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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by Rammstein, Jun 12, 2007.
For the last few days I've been on a Rage Against The Machine kick.
Absalom, Absalom, by William Faulkner. Before that, I listened to Terrorist, by John Updike.
Why does that not surprise me???
I've been listening to alot of Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk lately. I'm downloading some Rammstein from Limewire right now.
Freakin loud old hotel-type A/C unit.
I meant music, Farva.
Thanks for clarifying, I was about to say that I was listening to the hail hitting my windows.
"Inka Inka, bottle of ink... Paintings of rebelion, drawn up by the thoughts I think"
But right now, listening to some CDB.
CMT radio now.
You made no such qualifications. I listen mostly to audiobooks and talk radio.
Music - Sirius Satellite channel 22, First Wave, when my kid is not in the car (he likes Bluegrass or kids channels), and the older rock channels.
Sirius 22 playing right now The Squeeze, Annie Get Your Gun
Chiodos -- All's Well that Ends Well
Good post-hardcore stuff.
I've also been loving the Coheed and Cambria for about the past six months or so.
and you read my mind, after the Lego Rammstein thread I was gonna start a "What are you listening to?" thread
Iron Maiden: A Matter of Life and Death
Ensiferum: Victory Songs (Heavy metal band from Finland)
Yes, I am an old-school heavy metal headbanging thrasher...
This morning..... AC/DC
I haven't listened to them since they supported the cop killer in Philly.
in the truck changer today.
Country-Varios cd mix
Thirty Seconds to Mars
Various Jazz artists
Linkin Park-New CD
Pretty wide ranged depending on mood.
Glancing at my Ipod........ Red Hot Chili Peppers
Album 88 . Their regular rotation can be hit or miss but I love most of their specialty shows (Cowtipper's Delight, Psychobilly Freakout, We're not going to take it, and whatever their punk show is). [/code]
I've had Iron Maiden on the brain for the last few days. Live After Death has been my flavor of the week with a small dose of Primus and Metallica on the side.