Discussion in 'Music' started by SilverLady, Dec 8, 2004.
Black Roses & Wine ~ Anastasia
How 'bout you?
Espousing the Lore of Ancient Mythos-Cephalectomy
BTW: Cephalectomy is mystigrind. They are their own genre
The soundtrack to the four Myst games.
Total Recall soundtrack, by the late great Jerry Goldsmith.
Various Echo & The Bunnymen songs, including a neat cover of People Are Strange.
Bits of this and that lying aboy hard-drive (Reverend Glasseye, Dresden Dolls, Soltero). Rediscovering how brilliant a song Hunted by a Freak is.
Dresden Dolls still sound pretty good to me. Disturbing, but very cool.
Now listening to various songs by Modest Mouse. I think I'm starting to like them - I mean, it's non-heavy modern-rock stuff, which usually doesn't grab me, but it doesn't step over into dull, drab wimp-rock territory.
Everyone was harping-on about their album, but to be honest I couldn't see what all the fuss was about. Float On is great, but not gobsmacking. I disagree with a lot of things, though, so meh.
Omen. The Curse/Nightmares
Yes, certainly didn't find it gobsmacking, but it made a nice change from the sort of bands I've been hearing of most of the time, all those bands with numbers in their names who always seem to play this utterly characterless mush they laughably call music.
Now listening to: VAST
Elbow, and La Traviata.
Painless ~ Baby Animals followed by Coma ~ Guns'n'Roses
The album and song "Dilate" by Ani DiFranco.
Bungeons of Abraxus by Born Headless.
oh, switched into going into the city by pididdle
Schism by Tool. I think this is one of the best songs ever written. Finding beauty in the dissonance...
Um. Soundtrack to Labyrinth.
Alternated with the Phantom of the Opera, as thanks to the blasted trailers for the new film, it's been stuck in my head for a week.
Right now i'm listening to "beyond electric dreams" - Bad Religion because its been stuck in my head all day
Furious Angels by Rob Dugan.
I really liked Tool's last album. Speaking of Maynard projects, have you taken a listen to the new cover album by A Perfect Circle? It is a collection of anti-war songs covered by the band.
Just got Devin Dazzle and the Neon Fever as a present, and whilst at first it seems to have nothing going for it save a few inescapably catchy tracks, it has a charm that worms into you on a few listenings and impressed me roundly. I especially like Watching Cars Go By, and must say that the remix has done little in building upon the original (which should have gotten more airplay).
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