New CDs = Love or maybe just like? 2006 Edition

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grounded5am
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Postby grounded5am » Wed May 03, 2006 11:26 am

n8 wrote:
you're insatiable. i haven't bought a new (not used...) CD in a LONG time. i do some music writing so I do get free CDs in the mail... whatever those are, I take 'em. And I buy some used CDs now and then. But new CDs, those are a real treat. Maybe this is just because I'm poor...



well, i end up pretty poor due to my cd habit. hell, i even get behind on things. but i do think this recent trend of buying loads of new music lately comes down to two things. i bought and listened to so much old stuff in the beginning of the year that it has burned me out on anything old. so now, i just buy new music to compensate. and then there ended up being a ton of music that came out in the last month that i wanted. it's all weird sort of.

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Postby grounded5am » Tue May 09, 2006 12:30 pm

i feel really bad when i post in here cause lately it seems like i'm the only one posting. but i have gone and spent more money on even more cd's. here's what i bought:

bruce springsteen - we shall overcome: the seger sessions
neil young - living with war
paul simon - surprise
grandaddy- just like the fambly cat
red hot chili peppers- stadium arcadium




hi, i'm grounded5am and i'm cd shopaholic.

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Postby grounded5am » Sat Jun 10, 2006 3:15 pm

hello it's me again marget. sorry. at least a month has passed. as if that makes it better. anyway, what i've bought:


gnarls barkley - st. elsewhere
snow patrol - eyes open
the raconteurs - broken boy soliders
angles and airwaves - we don't need to whisper (i know, i know. don't look at me that way.)
the ditty bops - moon over the freeway
less than jake - in with the out crowd (only $2)
the vines - vision valley
sufjan stevens - illinoise
sonic team - "movie mountain"
frank black - fast man raider man (i actually found this at a local record shop, which is so cool)

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Postby jaimoe0 » Sat Jun 10, 2006 7:05 pm

I haven't been keeping up over here:

Bad Manners - Special Brew
Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto - Getz/Gilberto
Jon Auer - Songs From the Year of Our Demise
Jon Auer - The Birthday Party

Other stuff, but I don't remember what.

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Postby worpswede » Sat Jun 10, 2006 8:15 pm

Judas Priest-"Sad Wings Of Destiny"
Iron Maiden-"Killers"
The Fall-"Grotesque (After The Gramme)"
Neko Case-"Fox Confessor Brings The Flood"
Heart-"Little Queen"
Mission Of Burma-"The Obliterati"

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Postby hebrew hammer » Sat Jun 10, 2006 10:33 pm

grounded5am wrote:gnarls barkley - st. elsewhere


Best CD to come out this year. No, I shouldn't write off Fishscale that quickly, but still, this CD is a-fucking-mazing. If it's number 2, it's awfully close.

Anyway:
Danielson-Ships
Built to Spill-You in Reverse
VA-Tropicalia: A Brazilian Revolution in Sound
Cee-Lo Green-...Is the Soul Machine
(St. Elswhere is so good I had to try this.)
Mission of Burma-The Obliterati

I also downloaded Dangerdoom's Occult Hymn EP, which I was dissapointed by. None of the remixes are as good as the originals (Space Hos is the only one that's even close to it's original) and Korn Dogz was rather sub-par. Still, worth what it cost.

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Postby grounded5am » Sun Jun 11, 2006 1:10 am

i don't think gnarls barkley is the best cd to come out this year. i haven't played it much. yet, i've been wearing out the new paul simon and the new angels and airwaves cd's. built to spill is also excellent. but alas i don't think that gnarls barkley will be on my top ten. considering frank black's new one has lodged itself to the already overcrowded top 5. we'll see though.

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Postby BeaArthur5-49 » Sun Jun 11, 2006 10:55 pm

hebrew hammer wrote:Mission of Burma-The Obliterati


How is this 'un? Should the slavish reviews be taken at face value? I love Burma, consider their reunion a miracle, and have been blown away 3 or 4 times by their live shows (since 2002...I was too young to have caught them the first time around) but I still remain dubious about their newly issued product.

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Postby Batchy » Mon Jun 12, 2006 12:27 pm

J Dilla's "Donuts" is pretty tasty this Summer.

Also:

Howe Gelb's "Sno Angel Like You" has been doin' it for me along with

Tapes 'n Tapes "The Loon"

Islands "Return to the Sea"

Black Keys "Chulahoma EP"

As well as plethora of others that escape me.

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Postby grounded5am » Fri Jun 16, 2006 10:38 am

the replacements - don't you know who i think i was: the best of the replacements (my first replacements cd)
sonic youth - rather ripped


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