Happens to be the one I'm listening to. It has it #1 on my charts recently after reading the book "Kiss and Sell".
KISS - Dressed to Kill Well, I was until I had to deal with some state government website crap. Can you believe they are making me work on a Friday?!?!? But I'm back to listening to it while I eat my yummy spaghetti (with hot italian sausage, peppers, yum!) Two Timer Love Her All I Can Ladies in Waiting Good stuff. Good stuff.
St. Cloud Minnesota
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For me, right now, I'd have to say it's Jack Johnson's Brushfire Fairy Tales. I've had it for a while and enjoyed it, but it's about all that has been in my CD player lately.
Still having a hard time not turning on Death Magnetic.
Though one failed attempt at listening to Chinese Democracy lead me back to Appetite for Destruction again.
King of All Simians — Not a Mere Diplomat
Wilmington Select State
I love you.
I love you.
At this very moment, I'll go with
The Queen is Dead, by the Smiths.
I've been listening to the latest Woven Hand quite a bit.
Gothic Americana at its finest. Edit: I assume you don't mean your very favorite album, just the one you're really, really digging right now.
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Bela's dead and Vampira won't talk
Going with "Hot" versus "Top" in BGGese?
Clare Fader, Seventh & Trade
Falcon 2018 September 28, 29, 30 in Stamford, CT
Radio Massacre International -
Rain Falls in Grey
"A Book should serve as the Ax for the frozen sea within us."-- KAFKA
Three-way tie for me: Massacre-- Killing Time. Nearly thirty years after its initial release it remains the most radical statement from a power trio EVAR. Miles Davis-- Aghartha. Miles' work of the early Seventies is pure visionary genius. Brian Eno-- Here Come the Warm Jets. The entire catalog is essential, really. "Blank Frank is the messenger, Of your doom and your destruction", baby.
Brigham City Utah
Portishead - Roseland NYC Live
(even though they replaced a couple of songs on the CD with different performances than are on the DVD - the DVD is better)
Is it just me or do my balls itch?
I've been diggin' the new
Yellow Fever EP Cats & Rats. ^ not from the EP, but you get the picture. Can't say "favorite" but I just picked it up and have been spinning it a lot lately. Edit: You can dl some cuts here: http://rcrdlbl.com/artists/YellowFever/track/Cats_and_Rats
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Look to the past and learn for the future.
Nothing pithy comes to mind.
Right now I have been jammin a lot of
Cherryholmes in the car, the album Black and White. That be some good bluegrass there.
All-time: Trompe le Monde by the Pixies.
Threatening to topple it: Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? by Of Montreal.
howl hollow howl
Favorite album at this very moment
Heck, why stop at this moment? 1982-1985: Iron Maiden, Number of the Beast (still top 100) 1985-1986: Marillion, Misplaced Childhood (500) 1986-1988: Genesis, Trick of the Tail (500) 1988-2006: Genesis, The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (10) 2006-2008: Jesu, Jesu
Amadan's album Pacifica
Yep...this looks like a good place to plant may Amadan Missoula Army flag...
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Knock knock open up the door it's Riel
Tilburg It's wurples all the way down.
Happy Oak Leaf!
Dextro - Consequence Music
http://www.myspace.com/dextrotransmission Down tempo electronica, with lots of surprising twists and layers.
The amazing & fabulous
The Dandy Worhols. All of it, but especially Come on Down.
Classic. Also Vampire Weekend. Great for work.
Gloomhaven is a great niche game
I'm revisiting Sasha's
airdrawndagger (thanks, Michael). Also still enjoying Stars of the Lid And Their Refinement of the Decline. It's great headphone music for work, for the bus, for thinking in general.
Right now for me it is Keb' Mo' Slow down, follwed by two mixed cd's of local music we picked up in Memphis on our last trip down south.
Linden New Jersey
Social Justice Wargamer
At this point, it's a tossup between Joanna Newsom's
The Milk Eyed Mender and The Mountain Goats' Tallahassee.
I've been enjoying:
G. Love and Special Sauce - Lemonade
Thomas Eastside, Esq.
Richmond Hts. Ohio
Mr. Bungle - Disco Volante. A hard listen, but so immensely enjoyable.
FORT COLLINS CO
When green is all there is to be, it could make you wonder why. But why wonder? I'm green, and it'll do fine: it's beautiful, and I think it's what I want to be.
From the Cirque du Soleil show. Re-mixed by Giles Martin, son of Beatle's producer George Martin. Every piece of sound on this album is Beatles, and yet because of the way it's arranged and re-mixed, it's like having a brand new Beatles album. And the Cirque show is the COOLEST THING EVERY CREATED BY HUMANS!! EVER!!
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No one takes the time to read anymore.
Right now, I'd say
The Baroness by Sarah Slean
Harvey Danger - Little by Little The whole album is available for download on their site.
30° 12′ 38″ N, 95° 45′ 2″ W
You can't rob Peter, Paul and Mary to pay yourself.
Sky Blue Sky - Wilco. Simply. Phenomenal.