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"Babe I'm Gonna Leave You" = Led Zepplin
the entire "Everything All The Time" album by Band of Horses
As time goes by-Rod Stewart
Band: Mushroom Gods
Favorite Track: Battlestar
At this moment: Lynyrd Skynyrd's Sweet Home Alabama.
Just ended... now ontto The Kinks' Lola.
Quicksand - Backward - Manic_Compression
Gorky's Zygotic Mynci - Introducing
Last Night I Dreamt That Somebody Loved Me (The Smiths - Singles)
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Welcome to 2007!! Let's hope it's a better year than 2006 was, for everyone...
Special Cases (Massive Attack - 100th Window)
Thanks dpip, I'll second that!
"Come Another Rain Down" - Brightblack Morning Light
i have for the last few months listened almost only to A State of Trance hosted by Armi van Buuren (bloody good) but today on a whim, I popped on Metallica Black Album and am listening to Enter Sandman. I am by no means a metal head, but after reading a review by MaZa who is auditioning his new dt880's I have placed metal between my ears. Having never bothered with it in a long time and long before the Heed, surprise, what is wrong with Beyers and Rock? Laid back a bit, but the instrument separation is beautiful.
Whoever is the lead vocalist whispers "off to never never land" and that whisper is completely in another part of the recording, not touching any of the instruments at all... beautiful... but had enough...
Paul Okenfold's Essential Mix (full moon Goa Party).
cheers, happy trance listening!
John Barleycorn - John Barleycorn Must Die - Traffic
Sticky Teenage Twin (Snow Patrol - Songs For Polar Bears)
Dark Moor - "A New World"
Pink Floyd - The Final Cut
"Gin and Juice" by Snoop Doggy Dogg
Using a Panasonic mini-stereo system as a headphone amp with DT770's = . I've NEVER heard this much bass out of headphones. Thankfully, the stereo's EQ also reduces bass.