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Son Volt randomly after hearing them on the radio. Which led me down an alt-country road of Uncle Tupelo, Jayhawks etc

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My usual broard light sleeping mix of Crowed House, Tool, Def Leopard, Ugly kid Joe, Mental as anything, ZZ top, Faith no more and Icehouse. My missus and son are sleeping so can't/ shouldn't really put Megadeth, Iced Earth and Metallica on at the moment! :( :P

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Langhorne Slim & The Law - The Way We Move

 

Streaming the entire album, this streaming music gig is great stuff.

 

Cheers & Beers

Scottie

Valley Brew

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Listening to alot of tool (pppllleeeaaasseee new album this year)

A fair bit of alt-j

Also had the best of creedence on the other day! I think creedence and beer match quite welltongue

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Listening to alot of tool (pppllleeeaaasseee new album this year)

I wouldn't hold my breath. They don't seem to be in much of a hurry tongue

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For all you lucky people living in Adelaide, my most favourite music festival is on this weekend.

WOMADelaide.

 

I’ve been getting great reviews from friends.

 

Unfortunately could not make it this year as I’m at work.

 

Cheers

Captain

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Use me up by UGK. Not sure how many of y'all would be listening to that stuff but it is funky.

 

Norris

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I’m listening to Parkway Drive new single ‘Wishing Wells’

This song gets me absolutely pumped!!!

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If you're a fan of Led Zeppelin, you'll love these guys. A young group out of Detroit, USA. I think the oldest member is 20yrs old. Very impressive & very talented. For someone of my generation, it's quite incredible to hear a band of this day & age that can sing & play music that really has it's roots in the 70's.

 

Even Robert Plant (the lead singer of Led Zeppelin) likes them. cool

 

A few FWH30 Pale ales are going down nicely along with this.

 

Long live Rock'N'Roll!

 

Cheers,

 

Lusty.

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The last song of the second to best album

What a cool song!

 

I hadn't heard songs from the "Sticky Fingers" album as it was one of the albums that slipped through the cracks with my pier group around that time despite listening to music of this type back then. Despite having quite a few Stones songs' date=' their earlier stuff is different with Mick Taylor. It was a different time & their music then reflects that.

 

Thanks for the link. I downloaded the whole album after hearing it. [img']cool[/img]

 

Currently listening to

(Another one I missed)

 

Cheers,

 

Lusty.

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That Was I See Red by Split Enz, there wasn't a post Youtube button and I couldn't modify my post.

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Back catalogue of Tom awaits today. 

The guy is a lyrical genius.

anyone who can start a song with “put a dead cat on the railroad track” has two thumbs up Ruddy style from me.

cheers,

captain.

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On ‎5‎/‎5‎/‎2018 at 10:26 AM, The Captain1525230099 said:

Back catalogue of Tom awaits today. 

The guy is a lyrical genius.

anyone who can start a song with “put a dead cat on the railroad track” has two thumbs up Ruddy style from me.

cheers,

captain.

Swordfish trombone is a song that comes to mind

 

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On ‎5‎/‎4‎/‎2018 at 12:25 PM, King Ruddager said:

Still listening to tonnes of Gojira and it keeps being awesome.

I love Gojira. I was disappointed that I missed them when they came to Sydney recently.

I'm listening to the new Parkway Drive album. It is different for them and took a couple of listens to get into it but now I like it.

And Philbo Baggins has got me into Cattle Decapitation null

Edited by Hairy

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On 5/8/2018 at 8:28 PM, King Ruddager said:

That's rather an extensive back catalogue ...

Yes it is.

I like everything up to his eighties experimental years. Then it got better.

The real thing,

Swordfish Trombones is within this era that I don’t think is as good as his earlier stuff. 

Captain

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This week I have been listening to:

Amorphis - Queen of Time

Bad Wolves - Disobey

The Magic Gang - The Magic Gang (a bit of power pop for something different)

I have also been revisiting the back catalogue of Teenage Fanclub. Great band!

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