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    What's in your CD player right now?

    and how long has it been in there? Mine is Fitty Cent "Get Rich or Die Tryin", I alternate between that and Red Hot Chili Peppers "By the Way" they make the 20 minute drive to work faster.
    Always curious as to what others are listening to....
    Who's gonna re-invent the wheel today?

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    Quote Originally posted by ssnyderjr
    and how long has it been in there? Mine is Fitty Cent "Get Rich or Die Tryin", I alternate between that and Red Hot Chili Peppers "By the Way" they make the 20 minute drive to work faster.
    Always curious as to what others are listening to....
    nada. I prefer the internet radio, it feels more "connected". I usually tune in to local NPR, or WNOZ (out of New Orleans), or WLRN (out of Miami) or WVUM out of (Coral Gables aka UM), although right now I am listening to WVFS (Tallahassee / FSU) on the actual radio, but am about to change it as soon as I post this because it has gottem really freaky tonight.

    EDIT: Okay, changed. NPR "Talk of the Nation" is now on the sound box
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    Let's see:

    I'm in a "Kraut rock" phase, so Amon Duul II: Phallus Dei

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    What else: Michael Jackson, "Thriller".
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    If I still owned a CD player I might be able to help you out. Gave my old system to my brother. My laptop plays CDs but I usually just rip them to mp3 rather than bother with putting a CD in when I want music.

    BUT, I'm listening to a lot of free music from epitonic.com right now.

    Amon Tobin
    Coco Rosie
    Elysian Fields
    Melodium
    Antibalas
    Low
    Cat Power
    Hesoshi
    St. Germain
    Rurals

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    Out in the garage CD player I have the following cued.....

    Nuggets - 4 CD Box Set of garage bands from the 1960's
    Greatest Hits of MC5

    In the truck my player is empty. I have been listening to some talk radio. The last CD (month or so ago) I had in was:

    Ultimate Bruce Springsteen Collection

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    I don't use mine much. But my son has been playing the soundtrack from "Shrek".

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    Paul Simon - Rythym of the Saints
    Peter Gabriel- Shaking the Tree
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    Sitting on my desk

    Here's my listening selections for this week.

    Frizzel Fry - Primus
    Blues Masters, The Essential Blues Collection - Volume 7
    Master of Puppets - Metallica
    Live Duet Recordings 1963-1980 - Bill Monroe & Doc Watson
    Angel Dust - Faith No More
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    Soundtrack to the movie "Lost Highway."

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    HMMMM

    We did a thread like this and IT was closed because it was considered post padding.

    Anyhow, I'm listening to a live 4-11-97 Greyboy Allstars disc.

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    the five items in the 5-cd changer

    The Magik Markers - "I Trust My Guitar, Etc."
    Spoon - "Gimme Fiction"
    Sleater-Kinney - "The Woods"
    Sonic Youth - "Sister"
    The Geraldine Fibbers - "Lost Somewhere between the Earth and my Home"

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    Quote Originally posted by PlannerByDay
    We did a thread like this and IT was closed because it was considered post padding.
    Only because certain users insisted on updating us constantly on what they were listening to...

    Right now, the playlist is pretty much:

    Rage Against the Machine - RAGE
    Tragically Hip - Day For Night, Trouble at the Henhouse (thanks Zman)
    Band of the Royal Regiment of Canda - Ode to Joy
    Radiohead - Kid A

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    I've been listening to Your Majesty by The Anniversary

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    uh, lets see...surprise, surprise...American Beauty - Grateful Dead
    but the boys always ask me to remove it and play some rock 'n roll and they are refering to Kid Rock...very cute to see my 3 year old screaming "I wanna be a cowboy, baayyy, baaayyy"...
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    Unfortunately I rarely get the chance to listen to CDs at home nowadays, so most of my listening is done in the car.

    Recently I've found some of my older CDs, so at present I've been listening to Sacha live from San Francisco on the way home (DJ mix cd) and a compilation of my own on the way to work which is comprised of fairly relaxed tunes (off the top of my head some of the tracks it includes are 808 State - Pacific State, Nova Nova - Tones, Way Out West - The Gift, X Press 2 - Lazy)

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    "Best of Black Oak Arkansas"
    "Allman Brother's Greatest Hits"

    I guess I am going through a Southern rock retrospective.

    And of course two Jimmy Buffett albums.
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    In the car I am listening to The Swingin' Utters - "Streets of San Fransisco" and "Swingin' Utters"

    At the office I have been listening to Rise Against, The Decemberists, and the Mountain Goats. Helps that my officemate has similar musical tastes so I can play what I want without annoying him

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    OK. This is not an update, merely a "completion" of my earlier post: In my car CD player, in addition to Phallus Dei, I am listening to Brian Ferry: Mamouna; Anathema: Pentecost III, and The Evens (loaned by a co-worker, not sure it's my type of music.)

    Mine is Yours to Drown In
    (Ours is the New Tribe)

    Be smothered in life
    Listen, listen, listen
    The written word will devour you
    And burn your mind
    I'm burning your mind
    I am entering your soul
    My promise to love and caress you
    Mirrors destiny and breathes the universe.

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    Family Guy Live in Las Vegas (mostly original music made for the CD, not a soundtrack from past shows, unfortunatly).

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    bkm, yeah, the evens album is sadly boring.

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    Let's see in the car I still have The Killers - Hot Fuss in the CD player from a mini road trip I took several weeks ago. It's just fun music and I dare anyone to listen to tracks like "All these things that I have done" or "Can I change your mind" and not find themselves singing along in a good mood.

    Here at the office I have just traded out Interpol - Antics for Gomez - In our Gun.

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    There is nothing in my CD player right now. Everything is on my nearly full 40gig iPod

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    I have Sinatra at the Sands in at work. And a mix CD of tunes I remember from College in the car (including, yes, Chick Rock )
    At home, I have been listening to a Show of Hands by (who else) Rush, but my girlfriend put in the soundtrack from the WB sitcom, One Tree Hill. It is actually pretty good , plus it has a photo of the blonde girl from the show. on the cover.
    You get all squeezed up inside/Like the days were carved in stone/You get all wired up inside/And it's bad to be alone

    You can go out, you can take a ride/And when you get out on your own/You get all smoothed out inside/And it's good to be alone
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