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  1. nigel

    nigel Back on the bus

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    Current fave CDs...

    The Duke Spirit - Cuts Across The Land
    Your Black Star - Sound From The Ground (unfortunatley only available as an import right now, despite the fact that they are from Louisville)
    The New Pornographers - Twin Cinema
    Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights (I probably havent gone a week without listening to it since I bought it four years ago)
    Neko Case - Fox Confessor Brings The Flood

    And I'm sure I'll be adding The Church's new album (Uninvited Like The Clouds) to that list as soon as I get it.

    And here is a random musical me fact for you... Frank Sinatra is always the first thing I listen to in the morning. Every morning.
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  2. avvie

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    Wild...that was the point when I stopped liking them.
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  3. LazyManJackson

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    Nigel..............
    If you like Interpol, you'll love Editors

    Munich, Bullets, Blood and All Sparks are the best songs:))
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  4. nigel

    nigel Back on the bus

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    You'd think, but I check them out a couple weeks ago on a friends recomendation, and they didnt do anything for me. I think one of the problems were the lyrics... they all seemed to be just 3-4 phrases repeated for the entire song.
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  5. avvie

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    Last week I got Broken Record's CD in the mail. I dropped him a PM and he agreed to let me post a review of it here. Since then things have been very hectic to say the least, but soon I will be giving yet another listen and playing underpaid music critic. Stay tuned!

    (oh yeah, and my Mac is in the shop...I don't trust this PC with a CD :suspect:)
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  6. LazyManJackson

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    you don't need this disease, you don't nedd this disease, you don't need this disease.......etc

    I guess your correct with Bullets Nigel
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  7. avvie

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    Sometimes serendipity leads you to a song that holds a promise of hope, or can drag the darkest parts of your soul out into the light and force you into introspection. This is such a song.

    I wish that I could spurn such prose.
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  8. Broken Record

    Broken Record Biscuit Eater Staff

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    haha! Well I make my living at an accounting firm, so I understand hectic. Especially this time of year.

    As far as being underpaid, yes, you've definitely got a point there, but at least you're over appreciated. :ha: Just don't rag my lead guitar work too much for my love of the pentatonic scale. That CD was recorded nearly 10 years ago and I've learned at least one more scale since then.:ha:
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  9. avvie

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    Dude, nobody pays attention to lead guitar unless it's really flashy or really, really bad. :))
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