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    Genghis Tron - Board Up the House
    Baroness - Red Album
    Cave In - Beyond Hypothermia
    Zozobra - Harmonic Tremors
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    Well, have I got something for you.
    No its not a song, i just mean that i think you should listen to this;

    MIGHTY REARRANGER_______________Robert Plant and the strange sensation. (Led Zep)

    Got it on now..again
    And those castles made of sand,
    fall into the sea.....................
    eventually.

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    sorry to double post , but i gotta say it....I'm playing it again.
    This is just so cool...havent enjoyed an album like this for a long time.. click----put on repeat..again.
    And those castles made of sand,
    fall into the sea.....................
    eventually.

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    Tiesto - ISOS 3: Panama
    Faun - Renaissance
    Radiohead - The Bends (after I died and went to heaven with OK Computer)

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    HumanDrama - What A Tangled Web We Weave.

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    Greatest hits of Jimmy Cliff

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    Daft Punk- Discovery

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    Green Day - Dookie
    Let Go - Avril Lavigne
    Under My Skin - Avril Lavigne

    :)

    I don't have a lot of music albums. Those three, Taylor Swift and The Essential Billy Joel are the only ones I have.

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    C.W. McCall's Greatest HIts. (well worth it..love to hear the roots of rap..country folk talkin on their cb's..hey, they did it first, lolol!) Anyway, it has hits like Convoy and Roses for Mama on it, but I bought it for this one musical interlude where the voice is telling a tale, and the song is called "aurora borealis"..if I ever get skillz, I plan on puttin a video to that song..

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    Just grabbed Metallica's "Death Magnetic". It's slowly growing on me, a pretty huge improvement over St. Anger but in no way superior to the Black Album.

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    I just bought anoher reggae cd..I used to have it but lost it so I bought it again..Bob Marley Legend..am listening to "Redemption Song" right now. yah mon, it's Irie.

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    "Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace" By Big & Rich....VERY good album.

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    Buy? Music? *does not compute*
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyranothe2nd View Post
    Buy? Music? *does not compute*
    ... you... I used to work in the CD manufacturing business... you robbed me, you did...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TNAfan121 View Post
    "Between Raising Hell And Amazing Grace" By Big & Rich....VERY good album.

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    TNA, I'm not a country fan, but that's a cool song and vid. I think we're all somewhere in the middle, lol.
    "I was put on trial twice near Y2K for acting like Jesus and claiming to be the Messiah. Its not everyday that a man parks a Chariot of Fire in front of a tomb and stands against the US government with a bow and razor tipped arrows over his shoulder. I wore a suit of armor and was protected by an invisible bubble and my sharp tongue was more than the judicial system could handle."Jake
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyranothe2nd View Post
    Buy? Music? *does not compute*
    Wich is why i bought that album a year and a half ago mininove FTFW...

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    John Frusciante's The Empyrean. Highly recommended, if you like his previous work.

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    Songs For You, Truths For Me by James Morrison.
    Almost all the songs in these albums do make sense to me and inspires and teach.

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    That old band: The Replacements!
    Got all 8 of the new "remastered special" editions of their LPs... Over time
    I think Paul Westerberg is a songwriting genius! Any other fans? Maybe?

    Probably not.
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    Toby Mac - Portable Sounds

    This is song #1 on the CD, and its DAMN GOOD
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    Just got Gun's N' Roses "Chinese Democracy". IDK, it's not too bad, and not too good. It's definately not the old GnR. There are a few good songs on it though. Buckethead is a pretty g@ddamned good guitarist! IMHO.
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    insane clown posse - bang pow boom
    tech n9ne - K.O.D
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    necro - discog.
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    silver sun pickups. that chick has an awesome voice, and the band is pretty kick ass too.

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    Prowler in the Yard - Pig Destroyer
    Bureval - Iskra

    I don't usually buy albums. I'm one of them naughty pirate people P-)
    arrrrrrrrrr!

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