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Old 09-07-03, 04:32 PM
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Which artists/bands get the most "air time" in your cd player?

Who do you find yourself putting on more than any other artists/bands?

My most played artists:

The Beatles
Depeche Mode
...Trail of Dead
Beck
Linkin Park
White Stripes
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Old 09-07-03, 05:10 PM
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Old 09-07-03, 05:12 PM
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Alice in Chains
Pearl Jam
Tool
Nine Inch Nails
Smashing Pumpkins
Primus
Jerry Cantrell
Primus
Pink Floyd

And as of late STP.
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Old 09-07-03, 05:53 PM
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Jack Johnson
Mason Jennings
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Allman Bros. - Probably my most played CDs of all-time.

Coltrane

Leo Kottke

Moe. - My most played CDs in the car.

Miles Davis

Stevie Ray Vaughan
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Old 09-07-03, 06:49 PM
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Goatwhore have found their home in my CD player for the past month.
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Old 09-08-03, 12:03 AM
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Swans
Do they still have anything in print? I was fortunate enough to stumble upon Angels of Light and am interested in Gira's other work. I've heard GREAT things about Swans.
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Do they still have anything in print? I was fortunate enough to stumble upon Angels of Light and am interested in Gira's other work. I've heard GREAT things about Swans.
Hmm, not sure what's still in print at this point. A few years ago, Gira's label, Young God Records, reissued a number of Swans' releases.

http://www.younggodrecords.com/

Looks like some Swans work is still available. The great majority of it is OOP and fetches decent bucks on eBay.

The Great Annihilator is my favorite.
Swans Are Dead and Soundtracks for the Blind are great as well.

It's definitely worth seeking out their music.
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For about 3 months, I've flipped between "Brushfire Fairytales" and "On and On" by Jack Johnson. Kinda makes my spiffy new MP3 deck pointless when I just go back and forth between two folders.

I had Stone Temple Pilots "Core" in for months years ago. Lots of air time has gone to Pearl Jam, Nine Inch Nails, STP, and Dave Matthews Band over the years.

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Lately it has been:

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REM
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These days, probably The Kinks. Others in heavy rotation would include Wilco, Radiohead, Teenage Fanclub, The Small Faces, The Who, Lucinda Williams, Paul Weller, Big Star, and a host of others.
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I only listen to stuff in the car these days. Currently in the changer:
1. Flaming Lips: "Yoshimi..."
2. Mercury Rev: "Deserter's Songs"
3. Brian Eno: "Before and After Science"
4. "Spirited Away" soundtrack (both my two-year-old and I love this one)
5. A mix I made with lots of Cursive, Interpol and Dismemberment Plan (I love that D-Plan song "Ellen and Ben")
6. Flying Burrito Brothers "Guilded Palace of Sin
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Since Saturday, it's been The Rapture, Echoes and nothing else. Otherwise, I suppose my list only amounts to Nina Simone and The Pixies.
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in heavy rotation recently:

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john mayer
jason mraz
jack johnson
dave matthews
fountains of wayne
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Thanks to what I've read here at DVDTalk, I got hooked on Opeth and can't seem to get them out of my player.

Before that - Tool.
Before that - Pushmonkey.
Before that - The list goes on and on...

I tend to obsess on bands in spurts. It's not uncommon for me to go a month at a time where I'm listening to just one band, especially when I find a 'new' band that I like (ie, Opeth).

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Rage Against the Machine

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