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Old 06-11-2010, 08:24 AM
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what'cha listening to?

Some stuff that's been playing whilst I write, surf, play chess, consult, or (on the rare occasion) drive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao (Skream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM (Flying Lotus)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WjU4...eature=related (Miles Davis)

They're all instrumentals, which is how I roll when doing most activities.

(Edit) Almost forgot the Dilla. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N921CluWBHQ

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Old 06-11-2010, 08:52 AM
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I would most likely kill myself if I got stuck in a 5 hour long car ride with you where I was forced to listen to your music.
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Some stuff that's been playing whilst I write, surf, play chess, consult, or (on the rare occasion) drive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao (Skream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM (Flying Lotus)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WjU4...eature=related (Miles Davis)

They're all instrumentals, which is how I roll when doing most activities.

(Edit) Almost forgot the Dilla. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N921CluWBHQ

Hell's yeah crazy *** flute bro! I may have to snag this trippy sh#t!
Not really down with the Flying Pyramid Dope Machine.
Miles Davis aint my thang but I do sure respect his talent, WERD!
I am way too ADHD for the last one. I respect the bit of funk it has but as I listen I can see Snoopy smoking a fat *** doob, rolling down the road in a convertible one hand draped over the wheel wearing sunglasses and chillin. Woodstock is passed out in the passenger seat lying flat with some drool dripping off his little beak. He had a tough evening.

I like speed metal techo even with woodwinds :P

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Old 06-11-2010, 09:31 AM
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wow yash, pretty weird mix you got there. slayer pantera and... ben folds.
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Old 06-11-2010, 09:39 AM
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random sampling... i listen to a lot of the same stuff, hard to find new stuff i like..

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wN92jeqjHmQ
saves the day - this is not an exit

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0-XGTkgdK00
saves the day - the last lie i told acoustic

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVrVayeXzpo
the get up kids - holiday

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFXisfvjJjc
incubus - calgone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUwxWOO5iNw
armor for sleep - the truth about heaven

too lazy to do anymore, lol
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Old 06-11-2010, 09:44 AM
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Hell's yeah crazy *** flute bro! I may have to snag this trippy sh#t!
Not really down with the Flying Pyramid Dope Machine.
Miles Davis aint my thang but I do sure respect his talent, WERD!
I am way too ADHD for the last one. I respect the bit of funk it has but as I listen I can see Snoopy smoking a fat *** doob, rolling down the road in a convertible one hand draped over the wheel wearing sunglasses and chillin. Woodstock is passed out in the passenger seat lying flat with some drool dripping off his little beak. He had a tough evening.

I like speed metal techo even with woodwinds :P
Evening? We're on our way to breakfast, man.

But seriously, joints are a waste of good weed. Now bongs... (mods in 3, 2, 1).

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Old 06-11-2010, 12:18 PM
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Killswitch Engage, Atreyu, Disturbed, Metallica, Hendrix, Linkin Park, Tool, Slipknot, Godsmack......
I can hang with most of those.
Plus some weird William Shatner reading "Common People" lol...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KXWEM4gZhg4
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Originally Posted by specialk View Post
Some stuff that's been playing whilst I write, surf, play chess, consult, or (on the rare occasion) drive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao (Skream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM (Flying Lotus)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WjU4...eature=related (Miles Davis)

They're all instrumentals, which is how I roll when doing most activities.

(Edit) Almost forgot the Dilla. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N921CluWBHQ
You might also want to listen to Crystal Candy, Tosca, Gotan Project for a few groups from the same genre.
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Haven't been listening to them yet (their debut CD just came out) they opened at a concert I went to earlier this year(or maybe it was late 09).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEQ2ia1bP0g

Clavinet with a whammy bar might seem gimicky buts its pretty cool.
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Originally Posted by specialk View Post
Some stuff that's been playing whilst I write, surf, play chess, consult, or (on the rare occasion) drive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao (Skream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM (Flying Lotus)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WjU4...eature=related (Miles Davis)

They're all instrumentals, which is how I roll when doing most activities.

(Edit) Almost forgot the Dilla. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N921CluWBHQ
If you're into this, try Tosca, Gotan Project, Cocteau Twins, Blank & Jones, Boards of Canada, Lemongrass...lots of good music out there (and a lot of Chili Peppers/Green Day rip off sh*t, too).
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CIu8lVcwwFM
brand new - you stole

i like eerrythang they do..
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Old 06-11-2010, 06:49 PM
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This is not an exit used to be my favorite song. Then my ***** dropped. Haha jk good song.

Yes I know I have some serious issues. I think this might be why my driveshaft is falling out?
Haha I can see why the first statement was made. That one dude is a little falsetto Almost squeaky ...


Hell yeah BOEEY!!!

Tenacious D!

Kickapoo with Meatloaf and Dio. The kid playing Jack Black is great.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvvjiE4AdUI

The Metal!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBtjSHm3ZH0

A nice number of Metal heads in here...PRAISE BE TO "The Metal!"

ETC pretty f-in good man.

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Old 06-11-2010, 06:59 PM
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Evening? We're on our way to breakfast, man.

But seriously, joints are a waste of good weed. Now bongs... (mods in 3, 2, 1).
You ever try to drive with a bong between you legs? Bawls no likey...
Plus the cops laugh at you. Then they lean way over and take a hit. Good thing it was a lady cop
The long lips of DA LAW!
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Some of my favorites I've listened to in the past week, in no particular order...
Stones
Beatles
Guns N Roses
Randy Rhoads-era Ozzy (possibly the best guitarist to ever walk this Earth)
Zeppelin
Floyd
SRV
Metallica
Molly Hatchet
Springsteen
Elton John
Billy Joel
Classic Blues & Jazz
AC/DC
Dire Straits
Clapton
Van Halen (not Van Hagar)

I'll pretty much take any Classic Rock you can bowl to.
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Old 06-11-2010, 07:15 PM
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You ever try to drive with a bong between you legs? Bawls no likey...
Plus the cops laugh at you. Then they lean way over and take a hit. Good thing it was a lady cop
The long lips of DA LAW!
That's why you eat, kid. Within thirty you're doing doughnuts in the parking lot of your mind, man.

Alan Watts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE5M8743a1s
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my parking lot holds a helluva lotta cars...........man.
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YO ISU, Murder in Serbia...whoa.

Makes me think of my old school 80's Death Metal days in the small clubs slamming around like a psycho in the mosh pit.
That is pure. No media just fans, psycho on psycho aural hatred. Forcing your way through the crowd all elbows, punches and adrenaline.
Fans overseas are way, way more intense.
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Would have been whatever Pandora was playing.
Then I realized, my new puppy ate through my speaker wire. Yay....Fail.
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That's why you eat, kid. Within thirty you're doing doughnuts in the parking lot of your mind, man.

Alan Watts. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE5M8743a1s
Man my parking lot is pay only, I was broke so my other personalities threw me out
I got stuck outside the lot with my conscience and he complained incessantly about how we should be nicer to people...argh.
We drove around my mind for hours looking for something to do. So we headed down to my childhood and knocked over all the mailboxes containing my elementary school bed wetting memories. F$ck Freud my minds got a bat! The down side to that activity was that every box we hit smelled like p!ss. It was like hitting a warm 10lb diaper with a Louisville slugger causing it to explode all over your face. My Conscience looked like some urine fixated Jihadist had fired an RPG filled with used diaper gel at him and it detonated two inches from his face. He was not a happy camper. I looked at him, laughed and said, shake it off slugger. Here's a handy wipe just rub it around your face for a bit.
Then we came upon a Sizzler...hmmm what the hell happend here? I park. We get out. We stroll slowly up to the door and I lean forward to look through the dusty glass. I place my hands beside my head and look inside. The lights are off and it is dark. My conscience says nervously sounding a bit like Shaggy from Scooby Doo, Hey man we shouldn't go in there. I look back at him with a scowl and reply, stfu man it's our mind dumbass! I push the door open, the little bell goes off as I walk inside. I can smell rotten food and stale air, I look around the outside light is streaming in through the widows in small beams illuminating the dust in the air as it does. I walk past the buffet tables and move along the booths. I am drawn to the bathroom. I can see the light shining under the bathroom door and I wonder who is in there. I push the door open and I hear someone vomiting. I creep over to the stall and lean around. I can see a small boy hugging the toilet head down heaving violently into it.

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my parking lot holds a helluva lotta cars...........man.
Than you need a double, dude.
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Ol' stuff.
Good ol' stuff.
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Man my parking lot is pay only, I was broke so my other personalities threw me out
I got stuck outside the lot with my conscience and he complained incessantly about how we should be nicer to people...argh.
We drove around my mind for hours looking for something to do. So we headed down to my childhood and knocked over all the mailboxes containing my elementary school bed wetting memories. F$ck Freud my minds got a bat!
Yash, you are insane. I doubt I even understood half of what you said, but I sat here laughing while I read it. And thanks... because I needed a good laugh right now.
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Man my parking lot is pay only, I was broke so my other personalities threw me out
I got stuck outside the lot with my conscience and he complained incessantly about how we should be nicer to people...argh.
We drove around my mind for hours looking for something to do. So we headed down to my childhood and knocked over all the mailboxes containing my elementary school bed wetting memories. F$ck Freud my minds got a bat!
Then we came upon a Sizzler...hmmm what the hell happend here? I park. We get out. We stroll slowly up to the door and I lean foward to look through the dusty glass door. I place man hands beside my head and look inside. The lights are off and it is dark. My conscience says nervously sounding a bit like Shaggy from Scooby Doo, Hey man we shouldn't go in there. I look back at him and with a scowl reply, stfu man it's our mind dumbass! I push the door open, the little bell goes off as I walk inside. I can smell rotten food and stale air, I look around and the outside light is streaming in through the widows illuminating the dust in the air as it makes it way through. I walk past the buffet tables and move along the booths. I am drawn to the bathroom. I can see the light shining under the bathroom door and I wonder who is in there. I push the door open and I hear someone vomiting. I creep over to the stall and lean around. I can see a small boy hugging the toilet head down heaving violently into it.
For you, Yash. Charles Bukowski is my favorite author, period (okay, Miller gets me going too). His writing changed my life.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gifEn61dZBc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVR4C...ext=1&index=35
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For you, Yash. Charles Bukowski is my favorite author, period (okay, Miller gets me going too). His writing changed my life.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gifEn61dZBc
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVR4C...ext=1&index=35
Don't know who they are. I just write stories all the time mostly because the voices in my mind (there are 5 of them) never shut up. They talk all the time so when I listen it is relatively easy to pull something out of thin air.
I guess I will look those dudes up. I have hundreds of books most of them on crazy topics like Quantum Mechanics and Pyramidology, ancient warfare and any number of other strange things.

Dude, that first video...that's why the ICBM's were called "The Peace Keepers" It could kill every one earth a hundred times over and yet it was "The Peace Keeper."
Sweet stuff bro, sweet stuff...

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Don't know who they are. I just write stories all the time mostly because the voices in my mind (there are 5 of them) never shut up. They talk all the time so when I listen it is relatively easy to pull something out of thin air.
I guess I will look those dudes up. I have hundreds of books most of them on crazy topics like Quantum Mechanics and Pyramidology, ancient warfare and any number of other strange things.

Dude, that first video...that's why the ICBM's were called "The Peace Keepers" It could kill every one earth a hundred times over and yet it was "The Peace Keeper."
Sweet stuff bro, sweet stuff...
I knew you'd get it.

Here's an intro to Henry Miller. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swzQP...eature=related
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Yash... no fair editing and adding like half a freaking novel to the post after you put it up there!
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Originally Posted by specialk View Post
Some stuff that's been playing whilst I write, surf, play chess, consult, or (on the rare occasion) drive.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEmM6vVFrao (Skream)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6oUx6wGCekM (Flying Lotus)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4WjU4...eature=related (Miles Davis)

They're all instrumentals, which is how I roll when doing most activities.

(Edit) Almost forgot the Dilla. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N921CluWBHQ
I like the Miles cut. You might like this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkvCD...eature=related
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I like the Miles cut. You might like this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wkvCD...eature=related
Now someone's speaking my language! I could listen to Dizz, Bird, and Davis until my ears bleed!

I'm still in my 30s, so this is from my time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIvCJ...eature=related
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Yash... no fair editing and adding like half a freaking novel to the post after you put it up there!
Hey, I was bored and driving through my mind in a 1978 Le Cabriolet Cadillac convertible. It was gold with a white top and a gleaming white leather interior the kind of leather you would find on a mobsters shoes back in the sixties.
Caddy only made 100 of them that year and my Grandad had one. His came with a modified 502 cubic inch Cadillac engine. We drove all over in that thing mostly when he was drunk and yes we went to a Sizzler.
You ever held your Granddad's booze while he drove? He would say to me, hold it tight boy but not too tight I don't want it to get too warm too quickly. Then he would let out a crazy laugh and gun the car. He was an amazingly good driver for a drunk. He would swerve just a bit here and there but most of the time it was rock steady and smooth like riding on a giant magic carpet made out of solid gold.
We had the top down most of the time and there was the odd time or two it was down in the rain. He would curse a lot and tell me about his battles as a gunner on a WWII destroyer. I remember him coming to get me in the summer of 1978 the worried look on my mother's face as he said with an "I'm so full of sh$t" smile, don't worry Linda-Lou he'll be fine.
I think I could smell just a hint of whiskey on his breath and I looked up and asked, Grandpa are you buzzing? He was standing right behind me with his hands on my shoulders and he squeezed down hard whispering through his tight lipped smile, shut up boy you'll ruin our escape.
After a couple of minutes of hemming and hawing we made it over to the car I tossed my little bag in the back seat, he fired up that 502 c.i. Caddy motor, dropped the top and we hit the road.
Needless to say, I wasn't the least bit bored. I was a second grader riding around with my drunk Grandfather in a hoped up, drop top, lead sled listening to him rant and tell me stories about killing people and shooting down Japanese war planes. It was fu#%ing great!
There wasn't any web back then but my Grandad was full of information the kind of information your mother would never want you to hear.
He was the most awesome and irresponsible caretaker a boy could ever have. If you wanted pancakes and ice cream for dinner you got them. If you wanted to shoot a machine gun in a field full of someone else's cows you got it. I only wish we could have gotten the pin out of the one hand grenade we had. I was really bummed when we couldn't.
The crazy thing is every Sunday we would stumble into some random church and attend the service no matter how drunk, hopped up on sugar or how tired. Seeing all the different denominations was a real trip.
I guess he wanted to save me just in case we died along the way.

ANTHRAX BOEEEY!

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Madhouse...take your meds B#TCH!

Crazy...half the audience get's on the stage back in 86
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Now someone's speaking my language! I could listen to Dizz, Bird, and Davis until my ears bleed!

I'm still in my 30s, so this is from my time. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pIvCJ...eature=related
Big time Muppets fan. One of the hippest shows on TV. Every once in a while creativity sneaks on to the tube. Not much these days other than Family Guy.

If you like Diz and Bird you'll probably like Theloneus Monk. I spent over 25 years in the record Business. My tastes are pretty eclectic.
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I saw Monk open for Dizzy at a midnight show at Carnegie Hall in 1976. I was a spry 49 year old then. I stepped out quite a bit.
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I saw Monk open for Dizzy at a midnight show at Carnegie Hall in 1976. I was a spry 49 year old then. I stepped out quite a bit.
Mark, that would make you older than me. Older than I? Never could get that straight.

To use an old chestnut...how do you get to Carnegie Hall?

Practice man, practice!
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Ditto. Although I do have "Ready to Die" by Notorious B.I.G. in the CD player right now...
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