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Old 04-13-02, 09:51 PM
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Rediscovering your favorites

I was pretty bored this afternoon so I started rummaging through my cd collection and I came across Metallica-..And Justice For All a cd I haven't listened to in about 2-3 years. I pop it in and listen to To Live Is To Die and remembered how much I loved it when I first heard it.

Has anyone recently or ever start listening to a certain favorite cd or song that they haven't listened to in awhile?
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Old 04-13-02, 10:15 PM
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With the recent release of their horrible album "Attak," I've been listening to a lot of old, good KMFDM.
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I went an extremely long time without listening to "Retreat From The Sun" by that dog. and "My Way Or The Highway" by Tuscadero, but both (especially "Retreat...") have been in very heavy rotation in my CD player over the past few months. "Retreat From The Sun" is such an amazing album, and I'm tempted to place it very close to the top of my all-time favorite records.
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Jawbreaker is a band that I seem to redisover every few years...
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Don't laugh, but I was checking out Van Halen's 1984 for the first time in around 5 years, and have listened to it 3 times this week!
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I listened to Saga - World's Apart on the way to work this morning. Used to love them in the 80's.
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Old 05-03-02, 06:45 PM
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Funny you mention this. I have been going through an Aerosmith: Rocks revival. What a great album! Any fans of their older (and best) material should crank-up Nobody's Fault and see if your youth doesn't come screaming back.
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Old 05-03-02, 11:48 PM
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Re: Rediscovering your favorites

Originally posted by Goat3001
I was pretty bored this afternoon so I started rummaging through my cd collection and I came across Metallica-..And Justice For All a cd I haven't listened to in about 2-3 years. I pop it in and listen to To Live Is To Die and remembered how much I loved it when I first heard it.

Has anyone recently or ever start listening to a certain favorite cd or song that they haven't listened to in awhile?


You've inspired me to put it in. That is a CLASSIC song. [sigh] too bad we'll never see that Metallica again.

Lately I've been listening to a lot of my older primus stuff. I go on binges of certain bands for weeks at a time where I listen to just about only them hehe.
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I listened to Saga - World's Apart on the way to work this morning. Used to love them in the 80's.
"Wind Him Up" and "On the Loose" =

(nice choice)
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Originally posted by Aghama
With the recent release of their horrible album "Attak," I've been listening to a lot of old, good KMFDM.


i actually like the new album a lot


you check out Slick Idiot at all? its Geunter and En Esch's new band....pretty damn_good
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Old 05-04-02, 11:39 AM
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Originally posted by Aghama
With the recent release of their horrible album "Attak," I've been listening to a lot of old, good KMFDM.
To be honest, I think their best album by far is "Adios" - I quite like the addition of Skold to the band. That being said, "Attak" is among my fave's by them too.

I guess I just prefer their newer sound.

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