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post #46 of 75

This synth part on this Black Eyed Peas song from 2:45 is sounding so awesome in my world these days.

 

post #47 of 75

I discovered the Black Keys just recently, now I'm so hooked, and there are so many great albums none of them are bad IMO.

Completely rocks my 334's.

post #48 of 75

post #49 of 75

 

I bought the Gigantour DVD only for this song, I didn't care about most of the other bands that night. It was recorded in Montréal not too far from where I live, I should have been there.

 

Every time I happen to cross this version of "The Glass Prison" on Foobar I toggle the repeat and leave it for an hour or two. Which is exactly what I'm going to do now.


Edited by devouringone3 - 11/3/12 at 4:24am
post #50 of 75
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I bought the Gigantour DVD only for this song, I didn't care about most of the other bands that night. It was recorded in Montréal not too far from where I live, I should have been there.

 

Every time I happen to cross this version of "The Glass Prison" on Foobar I toggle the repeat and leave it for an hour or two. Which is exactly what I'm going to do now.

 

Yup, that's a great song!

Recently I had the same with "This dying soul". It just grabs You by the throat ant doesn't let go until it finishes.

 

Did You listen to the whole Twelve-step Suite? It's a great experience, like a Glass Prison extended into a full-sized album!

post #51 of 75

I can't stop listening to this entire EP:

 

On MOG:

 

"An Introduction To" by Black Books

 

On Spotify:

 

"An Introduction To" by Black Books

post #52 of 75
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Yup, that's a great song!

Recently I had the same with "This dying soul". It just grabs You by the throat ant doesn't let go until it finishes.

 

Did You listen to the whole Twelve-step Suite? It's a great experience, like a Glass Prison extended into a full-sized album!

 

Yep "This Dying Soul" is quite intense too; and they reproduce it very nicely on the Live at the Budokan album/DVD.

 

Never successively (i.e. ordered in a playlist). But it's something that I need to try!

 

And The Shattered Fortress is like TGP, TDS, TRoAE and Repentance put together into an epic arrangement.


Edited by devouringone3 - 11/4/12 at 4:40pm
post #53 of 75

Fever Ray - When I Grow Up

I just can't get enough! The song is strange and beautiful and insanely addictive!


post #54 of 75

Jimmy Eat World - Sweetness

I've had this song for forever, but heard it on the radio recently at work and now I can't stop listening to it. The vocals are absolutely amazing. Jim Adkins' voice is just awesome, and he's damn good at guitar too.

post #55 of 75

Jonny Corndawg -"Undercover Dad" Album version sounds a bit better but could only find live

 

David Bowie- "Life on mars"

post #56 of 75

"Between Love and Hate" - Dreamtale

 

"Red Sharks" - Crimson Glory

 

"A Truth for Me" - Dark Moor


Edited by arkilus - 11/13/12 at 7:59am
post #57 of 75

Asaf Avidan - One Day Reckoning Song

 

All versions are quite good :)

post #58 of 75

This song always gives me goose bumps.  The video shows Carla Bozulich and her irresistible charm.

 

 

This version has the unedited song in higher fidelity.

post #59 of 75
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Asaf Avidan - One Day Reckoning Song

All versions are quite good smily_headphones1.gif

The Wankelnut remix is good, but the original is perfect
post #60 of 75

Having got the album a couple of days ago I just can't stop listening to this:

 


Edited by MarkyB16 - 1/12/13 at 2:53pm
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