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New Music/New CDs

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what's the best *new* music you're listening to? I know a lot of you have moved past CDs and into the iPod era.... But either way, what's *new* and is so good it's going to stay with you for the summer?

Someone bought me Teddy Geiger for my birthday and it's great.
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Morrissey has a new album. Sure it's very similar to all his work, but then again all his work is good!


edit: the new yeah yeah yeahs album is pretty good too.

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i've liked everything from Jack White lately. He co-wrote and produced some stuff with Loretta Lynn that is really good. The White Stripes suff and The Raconteurs stuff is also really good

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I have swayed back to old classic Chill Out Lounge style as of late

The Dining Rooms
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Weekend Players
Thievery Corporation
Nightmares on Wax

You know, the cornerstone of any music collection

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Eminem - Curtin Call.. that was the last CD i bought..

i get CD's from "other places" now

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I have swayed back to old classic Chill Out Lounge style as of late

The Dining Rooms
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Weekend Players
Thievery Corporation
Nightmares on Wax

You know, the cornerstone of any music collection
Right on bro! Some good stuff in there. Kinda takes me back a few years. Add in some Junkie XL.

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it actually came out last year but I've been hooked on Dope's American Apathy album
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Right on bro! Some good stuff in there. Kinda takes me back a few years. Add in some Junkie XL.

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Morrissey has a new album. Sure it's very similar to all his work, but then again all his work is good!
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i didn't know there was so much trip-hop/chill music love on the board.

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i didn't know there was so much trip-hop/chill music love on the board.

I still have a soft spot for Portishead if that qualifies

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I still have a soft spot for Portishead if that qualifies
haha, of course it does. I got a pile of tricky, portishead, lamb, morcheeba, massive attack, you name it!! Great stuff.

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Massive Attack was my Intro to Chill Out followed by Portishead & Mazzy Star

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Massive Attack was my Intro to Chill Out followed by Portishead & Mazzy Star
Mezzanine probably, that is a great album.

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I like Mazzy Star too.

new Tool cd comes out in a few weeks. I most definately will be rockin this disc

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I like Mazzy Star too.

new Tool cd comes out in a few weeks. I most definately will be rockin this disc
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Mezzanine probably, that is a great album.
Mezz of course stands on it's own - My intro to Mass Attack was "Protection"

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Um, last couple CDs I bought were country. I know NOTHING about this thread's music. Thanks to a tip, I found Cory Morrow singing about strippers and beer..

Oh, I bought Social Distortion's Live at the Roxy CD. it's great, but not new.

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+1 on the Nightmares on Wax

I just picked up some newer stuff from:
Aphex Twin
Junkie XL
Mars Volta
Future Sound of London
Goldfinger
Pedro the Lion (awesome)
Smoking Popes
Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer


I've also gotten into some new bands via a co-worker and from listening to Left-of-Center on Sirius, like:
Wolf Parade
A.C. Newman
Ladytron

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+1 on the Nightmares on Wax

I just picked up some newer stuff from:
Aphex Twin
Junkie XL
Mars Volta
Future Sound of London
Goldfinger
Pedro the Lion (awesome)
Smoking Popes
Zolof the Rock & Roll Destroyer


I've also gotten into some new bands via a co-worker and from listening to Left-of-Center on Sirius, like:
Wolf Parade
A.C. Newman
Ladytron
Goldfinger is really good too. Do they have a new CD out?

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....Future Sound of London...

i'm telling you I tried to get my mind around these guys but just couldnt get into it. Seemed like a messier less cohesive version of Aphex Twin.

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Omg. I know maybe 5 of the bands mentioned so far
I'm with grover on this one.

Oh, and grover-- I just got the newest (last year's) Robert Earl Keen. Pick that up, too. Or I can burn it and send you a copy.
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Buddy guy, stevie ray vaughn, albert king, jimmy vaughn etc good stuff with some feeling




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Omg. I know maybe 5 of the bands mentioned so far
I'm with grover on this one.

Oh, and grover-- I just got the newest (last year's) Robert Earl Keen. Pick that up, too. Or I can burn it and send you a copy.
Sorry to have jacked your thread with my mention of Chill Out (is there a better term I don't know of) music - Like Chris said, nice to see fellow CLSB down with the "mattress music"

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Wow, i've no clue on ANY of the bands named...

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Sorry to have jacked your thread with my mention of Chill Out (is there a better term I don't know of) music - Like Chris said, nice to see fellow CLSB down with the "mattress music"
you didn't jack it. I really was wondering what was *new* and what people were listening to these days. Sometimes it gets very sheltered here w/ nothing but country music. I like some country, but that's not all.

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Buddy guy, stevie ray vaughn, albert king, jimmy vaughn etc good stuff with some feeling
and tony, if you can find me some *new* stevie ray, that would be AWESOME!
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...Chill Out (is there a better term I don't know of) music....
you hit on a couple genres actually: trip-hop, ambient, and down-tempo.

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you hit on a couple genres actually: trip-hop, ambient, and down-tempo.
I need to go back to the "i'm old" thread, because now I know there are entire GENRES I have never heard of!
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I need to go back to the "i'm old" thread, because now I know there are entire GENRES I have never heard of!
+1

Never heard of any of these bands. I've been listening/collecting a lot of Jack Johnson and Ben Harper, I've also found myself dusting off old Grateful Dead stuff I've got too.
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