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20Gbs is more than you think...

Post by PeteTheHair » Wed Apr 09, 2003 9:51 am

Having just got a spiffy Creative Zen thing (20Gb iPod clone), I'm trying to fill it. Suggestions for truly great albums of your favourite genres? No shite pop please... I don't wish to offend it.

And no shite "NME 100 greatest albums of all time" style art wank either.
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Post by shrek » Thu Apr 10, 2003 5:51 pm

Hmm what about some Prodigy Pete. IMO one of the best band of the 90's.

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Post by Spey » Sun Apr 13, 2003 12:35 pm

while prodigy were good, after the loooong gap between fat of the land and there latest...well "attempt" i cant really see them getting back on form, after the departure of one of the band they seem to have lost the magic and tbh looks like they are finished.

however more in the same field of music, electric that is, i can wholeheartedly offer up Aphex Twin.

while some of his stuff is pretty obscure, its still no doubt all the master work of a twisted genius

on more "normal" forms of music id suggest any and all placebo natch, also heavily weighted proportions of the undertones (after hearing "jimmy jimmy" on the old grey whistle test the other night really got back into them) the lead singer of the undertones has a really original sounding voice.

also anything john peel would reccomend as he is the outright authority on taste imo
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Post by Seahorse » Mon May 05, 2003 12:25 pm

Simple, slap as much Neil Young on it as you can manage... :D
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Post by Sam » Wed May 19, 2004 11:59 pm

Anything By RxBandits True Class Underground Ska Band (Tho Becoming More Main Stream Witch Ruins Them On One Level And Adds A Great New Twist On Another)

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Post by Sam » Wed May 19, 2004 11:59 pm

Anything By RxBandits True Class Underground Ska Band (Tho Becoming More Main Stream Witch Ruins Them On One Level And Adds A Great New Twist On Another)

Go Get Some NOW!!!!

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Post by Squigg » Thu May 20, 2004 8:32 pm

dont really know your know your taste in music but....

A Fire Inside: Sing the sorrow.
Staind: Break the cycle.
Pink Floyd: Wish you were here.
Feeder: Comfort in sound.

oh and Southpark the movie soundtrack, cos its just gotta be done.

also you should pay for these albums since they are just that good.

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Post by LazyManc » Mon May 24, 2004 9:27 pm

Explosions In The Sky
Godspeed You Black Emperor

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