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  • What are the favorite CDs that you are listening to?

    It just would not be an entertainment forum without this thread!

    For me it has been:

    Kraftwerk (I have been trying to get a sound like theirs for my own band "Audiotronic" with my analog synths...it is really hard but fun)

    Oingo Boingo

    New Order / Joy Division / Electronic / Monaco / Revenge / The Other Two (all these bands are made from former members of Joy Division)

    The Killers

    And a bunch of others that I am to lazy to list right now...so what is everyone else listening too?
    Last edited by Boingonut; 09-07-2005, 01:19 AM.


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    Thank you for starting this thread. I have been so busy that I didn't realize my Jet playlist on iTunes had ended.

    The most popular playlists on my iTunes/iPod are:

    Avenue Q
    The Beastie Boys (a staple, really)
    Black Eyed Peas
    Chicago (movie soundtrack)
    Duran Duran
    Erasure
    Jet
    John Mayer
    The Killers
    Wicked! The Musical

    If the kids are in the car, I go between:

    Radio Disney (if it is a clear signal)
    HMH Holiday soundtrack
    Nightmare Before Christmas Soundtrack
    Wishes soundtrack
    Wicked!
    The Wizard of Oz
    Silly Mickey Mouse tunes

    While at home, we will put on Radio Disney thru our DirectTV.
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    • #3
      Been listening to quite a bit of Classic Punk lately. The Ramones, The Dead Kennedys, The Clash, and such.
      Beyond that, my music tends to be pretty varied, too varied to sum it up here.

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      • #4
        Alkaline Trio: Good Mourning
        AFI: Sing The Sorrow
        Franz Ferdinand
        The Hives
        Phantom of the Opera Original London Cast Soundtrack

        Good Stuff
        What an idiot....

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tui
          Alkaline Trio: Good Mourning
          AFI: Sing The Sorrow
          Franz Ferdinand
          The Hives
          Phantom of the Opera Original London Cast Soundtrack

          Good Stuff
          Funny, the lackluster movie soundtrack of Phantom has me listening to my old London cast recording too. It was such a great score, I don't know why they had to crap up the movie with such bad vocals.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Dustysage
            Funny, the lackluster movie soundtrack of Phantom has me listening to my old London cast recording too. It was such a great score, I don't know why they had to crap up the movie with such bad vocals.
            Yeah I'm not even going to bother buying the movie soundtrack, it was so dissapointing, seriously couldn't they have found a better phantom? It was depressing!
            What an idiot....

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            • #7
              Hey Tui you have to be listing to "Don't Fear the Reaper" because of you avatar, right . *Christopher Walken voice* "I have a fever and it demands more cowbell!".

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Boingonut
                Hey Tui you have to be listing to "Don't Fear the Reaper" because of you avatar, right . *Christopher Walken voice* "I have a fever and it demands more cowbell!".
                Ah man! How could I forget!

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                • #9
                  Currently in my car CD Player:


                  Miles Davis - For Lovers ( I added one track at the beginning called " So What" )
                  Paul Desmond - Cool Imagination
                  The Standard - Room Service
                  Julie London - About The Blues
                  Michael Giacchino - The Incredibles Soundtrack
                  Disneyland compilation I made ( includes instrumental songs from The PeopleMover )

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                  • #10
                    I could go on forever defending the Phantom movie, but that's not the pupose of this thread, so I'll spare you all.
                    I've been listening to a lot of Depeche Mode, Placebo, and Kill Hannah lately. Plus the Fantasticks soundtrack and a couple of Michael Crawford albums.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by CrazyDreamer
                      I could go on forever defending the Phantom movie, but that's not the pupose of this thread, so I'll spare you all.
                      Don't get me wrong, the movie was good and I did like it, I just think the vocals in the broadway version are way better.
                      What an idiot....

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                      • #12
                        currently, im listening to.......
                        the incredibles soundtrack
                        disneyland the official album
                        Fantasmic! as recorded in 1997
                        and music from visions fantastic (like the 50 yrs celebration compilations)
                        I find signatures are overrated. Except for this one.

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                        • #13
                          I spent the afternoon in complete silence filing nearly 100 CDs in the Rock, Lounge and International secions of our media shelves. The fun part about that is that I discovered some CDs I had forgotten about (and I also discovered I had 2 copies of the Joy Division compilation Permanent) I love our music collection, but sometimes it is work maintaining it all.

                          So, what I'm listening to at the moment is SILENCE, although, I'm thinking about putting in The Hives in a moment.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by CrazyDreamer
                            I could go on forever defending the Phantom movie, but that's not the pupose of this thread, so I'll spare you all.
                            I've been listening to a lot of Depeche Mode, Placebo, and Kill Hannah lately. Plus the Fantasticks soundtrack and a couple of Michael Crawford albums.
                            I loved the movie. It is just painful for me to listen to because I know the Broadway and London Cast Recordings so well. I've seen the movie twice and can't shake the thought that it isn't being sung correctly.

                            By the way, LOVE Depeche Mode.
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                            • #15
                              Right now, I am listening to Fleetwood Mac. "Silver Springs" live MTV Unplugged version. Go, Stevie!

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