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This is a rather popular thread on another sports forum I frequent. Just thought I would start it up.
So 247 what are you listening to?
I will start off...
Quadrophenia by the Who. Probably my favorite Who album.
I have one upvote left, and I am not afraid to use it!!!
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Why should we have to go to class if we came here to play FOOTBALL, we ain't come to play SCHOOL, classes are POINTLESS
At Will West cd release party, Mississippi studios in Portland, OR
Love Johnny Cash. One of the GOAT.
I really like any type of music, nothing imparticular. I have 50s rock to modern day hip hop on my pandora.
Not a fan of country, but a ton of friends listen to it so I'm kind of forced to hear it. Raps not bad, but I'm picky on who. Love Joe Budden, Drake, Eminem, Tyga to name a few. Hate Lil' Wayne, and don't really like tupac or biggie much. If push came to shove, I could do without rap but I do have some that I love.
The Cave Singers, Herman Dune, Uncle Tupelo, and Charles Bradley have been dominating my stereo the last few days. Bradley was a recent discovery and a real treat.
“We’re doing things we couldn’t imagine,” says safety Stephen Obeng-Agyapong. “But we’re doing them together.”
Gold on the Ceiling by the Black Keys.
Lately I've been very into the Avett Brothers, Old Crow Medicine Show, and The Civil Wars.
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Arcade Fire - Neon Bible
Saw The Black Keys live a couple of months ago (to sneaky's dismay) and thoroughly enjoyed the show.
I just got done listening to 12:51 by The Strokes, which is my favorite album by them.
Just picked up the newer Aranda cd. Dude has the best voice in rock right now. Also listening to Rick Ross's new mixtape.
Boys and Girls by Alabama Shakes
I've heard good things, any track suggestions?
Lately a ton of My Morning Jacket, Band of Horses, Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, Michael Franti, Toots and the Maytals, and Peter Tosh.
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"One man didn't build this program and one man sure as hell cannot tear it down."
The Walkmen, The Rural Alberta Advantage
Stevie Wonder...Live in Germany (Musikladen) 1974. Possibly the greatest live performance ever recorded.
My car CD player has Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson's VH1 storytellers CD in it.
Other stuff I am listening to right now is Brantley Gilbert, Eric Church, Kip Moore and Zac Brown. I have been more into contemporary country lately. However, I also listen to a lot of old school and 90s hip hop, Americana, outlaw country, alternative country, classic rock, southern rock, 80s rock, older country, folk, jazz, blues and oldies rock.
Love The Strokes. Is This It is probably my favorite album. Used to rock that my HS career.
"Whoever’s trying to kill me isn’t getting the job done. But one day, I’m going to punch that f___r in the face."
The whole album is good man just start it at beginning! Also alabama shakes are playing a free show in central park summer stage the 24th of june. Ill be there!
I used Fitz & The Tantrums on Spotify to start a radio station and I'm in love with it - Avett Brothers, The National, Of Monsters & Men, etc.
Recently I've been into - Hot Chip, Of Monsters & Men (Little Talks is a killer track), Tallest Man On Earth, Tom Waits
hey cz love all those artists the avett bros killed it at bonnaroo this year. You should also check out dawes (they are awesome and playing a free show this saturday in central park nyc) dale earnhardt jr jr, alabama shakes, delta spirit and middle brother. let me know what ya think man!
I've just recently been getting into Spotify, my brother has a premium acct and gave me his info so I like it better now. I recently downloaded Of Monsters and Men I love the sounds both their voices produce. Some good tunes by them, I like Mountain Sound.
Solid. Garth's greatest hits in the car, Toby Keith in the office. My buddy from Chicago I got into country loves Eric Church so we get that going in the bars a lot.
Sounds good I just pulled it up on Spotify. If I like them I'll probably check them out, I saw the Black Keys last year at the summer stage in Central Park.
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Is This It is solid as well. Strokes live in concert at MSG was one of my favorite shows I've seen. I put their setlist into a playlist on my iPod and listen to it all the time, they just meshed all four albums together so well.
Ha. You have good taste. I was at Bonnaroo last year and the AB were one of the bands I was most disappointed about not being on the lineup. Saw some amazing shows though - My Morning Jacket, Arcade Fire, Black Joe Lewis, Mumford, Portugal. The Man, Deer Tick, Childish Gambino, The River City Extension, Buffalo Springfield, Black Keys, Decemberists. Outside of being covered in dust for four straight days that was a great experience.
Is the Dawes show a first come first serve ticket thing? Or do you need to get them ahead of time. I do like them and I'll be in the city already anyway.
I think all the tracks can stand up alone, but I'm partial to Be Mine and I Ain't The Same.
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