Blur - On Your Own
Coldplay - Speed of Sound
Riddle me this brother can you handle it
Your style to my style you can't hold a candle to it
Equinox symmetry and the balance is right
Smokin' and drinkin' on a Tuesday night
It's not how you play the game it's how you win it
I cheat and steal and sin and I'm a cynic
Queens of The Stone Age-Lullabyes to paralyze.
Wicked! Wicked!!!! I saw Lenny live way back when he first started touring - 1990. It was in a small local bar and he just blew everyone away. Awesome!!!!!!Lenny Kravitz - Let Love Rule
BTW, I'm getting jealous again seeing all this good music but not having the luxury of listening to any of it. :sad: sob sob
Told you babe, tell me what you want and I'll do you an MP3!
You'll be sorry you asked. I'm going to visit some music websites and make up a categorized list for you. You'll have alot of work ahead of you, but you can call it a labour of luv. :smile:
No worries, I quite enjoy hunting them down.
I'll certainly put my into it 100%!
ah, a fellow with taste, how is is one? being honest, i didnt think much of the last but the first one is a real gem, in my top 10. you a kyuss fan also?Originally Posted by Crus
G love and Special Sauce, the album "Electric Mile".
Very good cross over guitar style.
like mi a go maas
Buddy Guy: Dj play my blues.
Soon as that one's finished thought I'd Pop in a Stevie Ray. Just hear how he took Buddy's style to the next level. Maybe plug in some Jimi in between...
just feel like listening to some good axemen today.
Well, I haven't heard the first one. It is on my shopping list though. To be honest I don't really like this one, I was thinking it would be a grower. I think I miss the short bald goateed man's musical input. It has yet to grow on me. I liked Songs for The Deaf but Rated R was a lot my enjoyable for my pair of ears.Originally Posted by Unwell
I've only heard Kyuss's And The Circus Leaves Town but I loved that. It was a mate's copy and I listened to it far more than he did.
Are you talking about their recent album, unwell?Originally Posted by Unwell
I know they put out a new release about 6 months ago, but I haven't heard it yet...
Was that their second or third album?
I'm not Unwell, however to answer your question, Frank Lee, it's their fourth but really it's not. It's a joshua homme solo project aka The Desert Sessions in disguise, I suspect. This time they have Shirley Manson from garbage though I can't hear her on backing vocals on one song and Billy Gibbons from ZZ Top playing guitar on one song and I can make out that it is him.
Albums I am listening to ATM are ......
Flaming Lips - Flight Test
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Global A Go-Go
Neil Young - Harvest Moon
Beck - Sea Change
The Velvet Underground
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just another love song?Originally Posted by Crus
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I really liked the first couple of releases by QOTSA, btw....
1. queens of the stone age (the best, the ramones go psychedelic and meet sabbath)
2. rated r
3. songs for the deaf
4. lullabys to paralyze
then in between all these there are various 'desert sessions'; the main guys solo work with guests. anyhoo, if you like queens, get back to the root and dig up some kyuss.
the fall - this nation's saving grace
"...ever wonder why they kill the weak ones, baby?"
Oh dear, the open air pork buffet below my windows, full microphones and speakers blaring, has just started its newest song on the playlist, meaning I'll be hearing it for many weeks around 9:30 every night: LA BAMBA
Call me racist, but I don't think Thais sing songs well in Spanish.