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Thread: The "What song are you listening to?" thread II

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    The Leers - Shame Shame Shame

    Catchy as ****.
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    Mars Volta - Cotopaxi

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    Bloc Party - Tulips

    Had some great B-sides early on.

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    Smashing Pumpkins - Thru the Eyes of Ruby

    Just saw a review of their (well, Billy Corgan + others) new album, and also saw a top 20 Pumpkins songs countdown (Readers' Poll: The Best Smashing Pumpkins Songs Pictures | Rolling Stone). They had some seriously good songs; pity Corgan's such a ****.


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    The Mars Volta - Wax Simulacra

    Chaotic perfection.

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    You Must Go On - Bernard Butler

    Off the ex-Suede man's second solo outing Friends & Lovers. Always been a massive fan of his huge production style; Suede were never the same band once he effed off.

    This has almost a southern bar boogie feel and a great guitar solo as one might expect from the player of his generation.
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    Forever And A Day - The Offspring (live)

    I love the Ignition 20th Anniversary tour so so much. Awesome closer to my second favourite album from them. There might be a DVD in the works as well since there were definitely pro shot cameras at at least the first show.

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    Sleater Kinney - Jumpers

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    Paul McCartney - Silly Love Songs

    Happy birthday to the great man.

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    Beatles, The - Birthday

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    Of Monsters and Men - Little Talks

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    Just read about them in the JJJ mag,

    Edit: And this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qb9jY8yAxgs

    I don't know if they're on drugs or just really happy and don't give a ****...but I like it.
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    Nice.

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    The Stranglers - Golden Brown

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    Tegan and Sara - The Con
    Tegan and Sara - Back In Your Head
    The Offspring - Secrets From The Underground


    So good.

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    Agony - Unbelievable Truth

    Radioheadologists amongst you out there might be interested to know their lead singer is Andy Yorke, younger brother of Thom.

    Sounds vaguely like big bro (less so than Matt Bellamy tho) with a small suggestion of Andy McCluskey from OMD (ask your parents).

    As for the music, it's minorly epic indie rock with a few subtle electronic flourishes. Think Athlete or early period Embrace.



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