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Old 4th August 2008
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What Was The Last Album You Listened To...?

...all the way through from beginning to end?

(I suppose a bonus if you actually just listened without doing anything else).
Old 4th August 2008
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I have three. Because I had enough time to listen to them in a row.

1) Coheed & Cambria's "Good Apollo I'm Buring Star IV:No World for Tomorrow"
2) Jeff Buckley's "Grace"
3) Motion City Soundtrack's "Commit This to Memory"

It was a Ryan Hewitt/Andy Wallace kinda day.
Old 4th August 2008
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which one of those CD's did Ryan Hewitt do? I know it's not grace.. I bought a pair of AT 4041s off him like a year ago... Also, are you actually listening to music based on who recorded it? I'm not saying you are, but I always get a little worried when people suggest that.


Anyway, Last album I listened to all the way through was "Innervisions" by Steve Wonder. I've never had a problem making it through that whole album. The one before that was probably "Night at the Opera" by Queen. I still listen to that all the time. There's not a lot of new stuff I can listen to all the way through.
Old 4th August 2008
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Webb Wilder: Acres of Suede.

Webb Rules.
Old 4th August 2008
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Death Cab For Cutie -- Narrow Stairs
Old 4th August 2008
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Alterbridge - Blackbird
John Mayer - Continium
Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell (lookout the sky is falling down)
Old 4th August 2008
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which one of those CD's did Ryan Hewitt do? I know it's not grace.. I bought a pair of AT 4041s off him like a year ago... Also, are you actually listening to music based on who recorded it? I'm not saying you are, but I always get a little worried when people suggest that.


Anyway, Last album I listened to all the way through was "Innervisions" by Steve Wonder. I've never had a problem making it through that whole album. The one before that was probably "Night at the Opera" by Queen. I still listen to that all the time. There's not a lot of new stuff I can listen to all the way through.
Ryan Hewitt co-produced and engineered the Motion City Soundtrack record.

And no no, I'm not basing what I listen to on who worked on it...haha..definitely not. I was just thought it was funny that two of the records are Andy Wallace joints, and I recently learned that Hewitt had worked on Commit This to Memory...even though I've been listening to it for about 2 or 3 years solid...haha.

mmm..4041's.
Old 4th August 2008
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Frightened Rabbit "The Midnight Organ Fight"

Amazing record.
Old 4th August 2008
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caves "get on with it"

such a good record, everyone should check them out.
Old 4th August 2008
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Jim Lauderdale and Ralph Stanley - Lost in the lonesome pines.

earlier today
Old 4th August 2008
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I Couldn't Hear Nobody Pray, the Fairfield Four
Old 4th August 2008
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Paul Revere and the Raiders' Greatest Hits.

-R
Old 4th August 2008
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iron & wine's 'woman king'.

zero 7's 'when it falls'.

catherine wheel's 'adam & eve'.

eagles 'long run'.


those records beg to be listened to all the way thru.


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Old 4th August 2008
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The Police - Ghost In The Machine

The Outfield - Big Innings (greatest hits) For you W Wittman!
Old 4th August 2008
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...

Portishead, Third.

Breathtaking.

Go buy it.
Old 4th August 2008
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Foxboro Hottubs
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N*E*R*D- Seeing Sounds
Nadirah X-Ink (not yet released)
Lupe Fiasco-The Cool
Kenna-Make Sure They See My Face
Alex Mercier-The Moment
Dixie Chicks-Taking The Long Way
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I have three. Because I had enough time to listen to them in a row.

1) Coheed & Cambria's "Good Apollo I'm Buring Star IV:No World for Tomorrow"
2) Jeff Buckley's "Grace"
3) Motion City Soundtrack's "Commit This to Memory"

It was a Ryan Hewitt/Andy Wallace kinda day.
love that album
Old 4th August 2008
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john mayer- room for squares
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Porcupine Tree "Deadwing" and Sepultura "Chaos A.D." were the last two.
Old 4th August 2008
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2 in a row last night, in bed on headphones...

Daniel Lanois - here is what is, followed by Alison Kruass and Robert Plant 'raising sand'.

B
Old 4th August 2008
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The Gaslight Anthem - The '59 Sound

So good. Amazing live too
Old 4th August 2008
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Supertramp - Anthology

Maybe it´s a bit too loud,but I like it, I just had old scratchy records of them before.
Old 4th August 2008
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Mudcrutch - some of the Heartbreakers got back together to make an album in 10 days. It's a breath of fresh air for me!
Old 4th August 2008
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Feist - The Reminder

a truly charming album.
Old 4th August 2008
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Adam Cohen - Self Titled (A great record in every respect and mixed by Mr. Clearmountain. One of my favorites in terms of production and songwriting)

Splender - To Whom It May Concern (another killer album and a fav by a band that never got the credit they deserved)
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amazing.......
I thought that american HipHop is dead
those guys sounds like European's ( no gangstapimphiphop), and they live in NJ
best hiphop music I've heard for a few years

recmonendation
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No Means No: All Roads lead to Ausfahrt
heh What a ****ing great title.

John Coltrane - Love Supreme
Evangelista - Hello, Voyager
Clutch - Beal Street to Oblivion
Diamanda Galas - Guilty, Guilty, Guilty
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Therapy?'s Troublegum and Steely dan's Gaucho driving home in he car last night. Both very different, but very cool.
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