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Last album you listened to?

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    Post the last album you listened to. If you want, you may include songs off the album in your post.

    This is the last thing I listened to (and what I'm actually still listening to ATM):

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    Long Distance Runaround

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/7hgo/06_-_Long_Distance_Runaround.mp3[/mp3]

    Roundabout

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/7gyC/01_-_Roundabout.mp3[/mp3]

    This thread may help us discover new music.
     
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    Some 50 cent album.
     
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    I haven't listened to an entire album in years, so the last album would've been Joan of Arc- Eventually All At Once. I tend to listen to select songs now.
     
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    Nanci Griffith's Last of The True Believers.
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    Kinda Country-Folk fusion. Includes the prettiest song I've ever heard about prostitution "Looking For The Time (Working Girl)".
     
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    Perhaps my favorite EP:

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    My Bloody Valentine - Thorn

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/6r2B/03_-_Thorn.mp3[/mp3]

    Walk all over me
    Even though you can't decide
    Look out, (jump back)
    You'll be on your own

    Hillside, slip and slide
    Feel the pain, it's no surprise
    Look out, look out
    Thorn will be your love

    I felt your hair across my skin
    I didn't know where to begin
    A shallow promise in my ear
    No thoughts, no dreams, no wishes, and no fear

    The rose is dead, your face serene
    No memories of things that once did seem
    To be to me important too
    You give me flowers when it's thorns I give to you
     
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    i just listened to an album of prc folk songs
     
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    Nirvana - Come As You Are (live)

    [MP3]http://cl.ly/9Sbn/07_Come_As_You_Are.mp3[/MP3]

    I'm surprised that I never knew about this album especially considering that it was released two years ago already. I just listened to it for the first time tonight. Great live album.
     
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    I hadn't listened to albums for a long time, since I last posted my last post on this topic.

    But I think this should be the next album I ought to listen to:

    Minnesota rap sensation 50 Tyson's 'Rhythm of Autism'

    So what he's a 'bad rapper'? He's 50 Tyson

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    Tell me WHY I had to be a Powerslave!
     
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    Gary Numan - Metal

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/9YOA/02_-_Gary_Numan_-_Metal.mp3[/mp3]
     
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    I just listened to the self-titled album by a band called Motograter. I think the singer has an awesome voice... at least for metal standards. Before listening to that, I listened to 2 albums of his other bands (Ghost machine & Five finger death punch)

    Anyway, here's a sample from that album

     
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    Coldplay - In My Place

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/A6en/02_In_My_Place.mp3[/mp3]
     
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    I love all of Radiohead's albums (except Pablo Honey), but I admit I found this one (King of Limbs) to be a bit disappointing.
    Maybe I'll give it another go later.

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    I've listened to Arrows & Anchors by Fair to Midland. Which is one of the better albums I've heard in a while

     
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    Why Would You Wanna Live

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/AA0Q/07-Wilco-Why_Would_You_Wanna_Live.mp3[/mp3]
     
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    Pink Moon

    [mp3]http://cl.ly/AS3G/3_01_Pink_Moon.mp3[/mp3]
     
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    LD 50 by Mudvayne.. not technically their first, but their first on a big label though.

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    A band that looked like this, had a groovy album infused with a lot of drug references (including part of recordings by Terrence McKenna) and executed it pretty decent can't do much wrong in my book. Their look did help a bit to get me at least have a listen to their stuff back then... 10 years ago or so. It's one of those albums I like to blast every once in a while.

    I didn't like their more recent work... the follow up wasn't that interesting I thought and the albums after that not at all.. though sales and all might disagree with me, lol

    Here's a couple of music videos and tracks from that album



     
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