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Thread: Spinning Today - What Are You Listening To Right Now? (Part 3)

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    Tool - 10000 Days

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    A bit of this....


    And now some Nils

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    Be nice to people, you MAY get some of it back when you need it most....

    "Smile, it's free therapy"
    "This week I will mostly be listening to music"

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    From very different genres. Two 1980's bands who had been pretty mediocre but whose sheer ambition and vision led each to create an album which was bold, interesting and actually rather good:



    Celtic Frost "Into The Pandemonium"



    Age Of Chance "One Thousand Years Of Trouble"

    Pete
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    Now some Anna Calvi ... saw her live a few years ago..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ninanina View Post
    Now some Anna Calvi
    Hmm. Not keen.

    (and she looks like an anorexic frog )
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post

    (and she looks like an anorexic frog )
    I know what you mean Geoff....

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    Now some Neil Young - Harvest Moon... classic


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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete The Cat View Post
    From very different genres. Two 1980's bands who had been pretty mediocre but whose sheer ambition and vision led each to create an album which was bold, interesting and actually rather good:



    Celtic Frost "Into The Pandemonium"



    Age Of Chance "One Thousand Years Of Trouble"

    Pete
    Was listening to 'into the pandemonium' the other day. Had all the Celtic Frost stuff on vinyl and even saw them live circa 1989. Avant garde Swiss metal, way ahead of their time.
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    Lionel Ritchie - Back to Front (2LP, Motown 1992)

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