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    Well lets see, as I haven't recommended any tracks so far I am going to recommend two today

    The first is:

    Roots Manouver - Witness (Sample Here - http://www2.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/display...;-1&sku=624856)

    This is british hiphop/dub at its best, even the lyrics are typical british happenings quality track and now with the Mitchell Brothers - on the same label as The Streets - (not the phil and grant you will be thinking off) following close behind them in the same area its going to be a good year

    The second track has to be:

    Slayer - Threshold (Sample here - http://www2.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/display...;-1&sku=700953)

    Simply a great track, the timing and precision of the song is amazing, took me quite a few weeks to nail the timing and change of the bass line on this song but now I can't stop playing it and everytime its on, if I am near a bass guitar I will start playing it.

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    Think we'll go for some metalcore this week.

    Bleeding Through - Love lost in a hail of gunfire

    http://www.trustkill.com/multimedia/...eOfGunfire.mp3
    (Right click, save target as)

    They're an aight band, best of the genre imo. If you like them, they're doing a UK tour THIS WEEK and NEXT WEEK, supported by November Coming Fire (AWESOME hardcore band) and Cult of Luna (AWESOME doom/epicore band that I've already mentioned). Definitely worth checking out if you're looking for a good night out. Tourdates on www.trustkill.com

    -edit

    V. Hot keyboard lady too.
    Last edited by Theo; 08-02-2005 at 01:38 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rave

    Nonetheless I can't not recommend another track- it's Alone by Heart
    anyone who doesn't feel a thrill from the intro to the second chorus is just not a lover of the human voice. It sends shivers down my spine every single flipping time
    Totally agree with you here dude.The whole Bad Animals album was a class album.My wife looks a bit like Anne as well Can't sing as well as her tho.lol
    Farts are like children.....You always love you're Own.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey M@a

    Slayer - Threshold (Sample here - http://www2.hmv.co.uk/hmvweb/display...;-1&sku=700953)

    Simply a great track, the timing and precision of the song is amazing, took me quite a few weeks to nail the timing and change of the bass line on this song but now I can't stop playing it and everytime its on, if I am near a bass guitar I will start playing it.
    Think I'm gonna join you in recommending that

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    Not my usual pick in music, but....

    Mars Volta - Inetiatic ESP

    Album: De-Loused in the Comatorium

    It's just crazy. Rock genre, the video for it is great, only seen it once though

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    OK, all done now, enjoy. (it looks crap i know, but its the content that counts

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    Lemon Jelly - Nervous Tension (from the KY album... Which you will probably recognise a lot of tracks from TV but without the weird bits)...

    In fact... Really hard to recommend a single track to expand your mind - how about some artists / albums:

    The Orb (particularly orbus terrarum, and the aunty aubrey remix albums - especially the first cd of the first remix album - LOTS of quality stuff on that)
    Lemon Jelly
    Aphex Twin - esp the ambient stuff though I like lots of his other stuff too

    IMO good ambient music should chill you out - and amuse you - without resorting to "artificial aids" (though maybe it's an association thing?!? I don't think so though cuz I personally haven't done that kind of thing in years)

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    Kaiser Chiefs - Oh My God - http://www.kaiserchiefs.co.uk/media_video.php (you have to provide an email address to watch it [couldnt find just a sound clip])

    Cheers for the webpage S.ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honoop
    As a Snow Patrol fan I need to put forward a track from one of their side-projects which is a band called The Reindeer Section. The song is:

    You Are My Joy

    I only have a link to the video, not just the track - but it is one of the sweetest videos Ive seen and the song is lovely.......
    The album (Son of Evil Reindeer) is on my 'must have' list for this year.

    Hope you lot all like it too!

    Hon
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    Honoop, you are so right. In a matter of fact I think the reinder section poop all over Snow Patrol. Another contributor is a member of mogwai, so i recommend Mogwai: Kids will be skeletons. Nearly makes me cry. You can get it from itunes.
    Not around too often!

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    Freedom by Richie Havens

    real

    wmp

    tho it doesnt even really start going by the 30secs :'(

    tis still a great song tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raz316
    Cheers for the webpage S.ben
    no problem, lets just hope that rave keeps it up to date

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    Pixies - Where is my mind ?

    or

    Sparta - Air

    Just listen to them and hopefully you will see why i love these two tracks more then any others.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Apex
    Pixies - Where is my mind ?
    Good band and a good song.....remember seeing them live a few years ago, excellent gig, but then I did use to think Kim Deal was a babe at the time.

    Heres a track worth a listen, Conjure One - Centre of the sun, track 2 on there self titled cd, sorry can't seem to find a clip of this. just a nice track that I liked from the first time I heard it

    Curly

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    My song of the week this week is Gotta Give It Up feat Kenny Thomas - Stonebridge

    Totally infectious funky house with Kenny the god back to his old best injecting the funk into this song like a bullet through a goldfish bowl.

    Infact - the entire Stonebridge album is excellent and does not fail to dissapoint in any area what-so-ever, and I guarantee that you will be grinning from ear to ear after a few of these tracks as each one is totally different. You have funky house, groovy funk and even ABBA-esque all on the same album

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    Cake - comfort eagle
    Sample on the right

    trying to track down the cd somewhere near me, cant find it though
    Pirates = Win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrapshoT
    My wife looks a bit like Anne as well




    Edit: just in fun dude.

    Edit2: Thanks iMc. I'll risk the copyright infrigement and host it myself
    Last edited by Rave; 17-02-2005 at 01:11 AM.

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