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What is on your playlist right now?

Post by Ackula » Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:24 pm

My other thread gave me this idea...

This is a simple but cool concept, list what bands are currently on your playlist and getting the most attention out of you. You can list specific songs if you want, or just the bands. I'm strapped for time right now so I'm just going to do bands, and will probably add more to it later, including links.

My current playlist features the following bands...

Hank III
HorrorPops
Hagalaz' Runedance
357 String Band
Those Poor Bastards
Wayne Hancock
Hank Williams
AntiSeen
GG Allin
The Coffinshakers
Arson Anthem
Assjack
Melvins
Darkthrone
Mayhem
Ayumi Hamasaki
Utada Hikaru
Tommy Heavenly6
Carcass
Devil Doll
Misfits
Samhain
Lonesome Wyatt and the Holy Spooks
Sons of Perdition
Superjoint Ritual
Switchblade Symphony
Deicide
Cannibal Corpse
Acid Bath
Loreena Mckennitt
Nebelhexe
Mortiis
Johnny Cash
Brujeria
Eat My Fuk
Wednesday 13
Mussorgsky
Beethoven
Jerry Goldsmith
Wagner
Goblin
Georges Montalba
Anton LaVey
Emperor
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Rozz Williams
Impaled Nazarene
Proscriptor
Death In June
NON
Mr. Bungle
Fantomas
William Burroughs
Amon Amarth
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Post by StoneCold Skywarp » Sat Dec 20, 2008 11:52 pm

In no particular order -

Pearl Jam - Ten
Death - Sounds of Perseverance
Nile - Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka
Bentley Rhythm Ace - Bentley Rhythm Ace
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
Machine Head - The Blackening
Fun Lovin Criminals - 100% Columbian
Carcass - Heartwork

It's a mixed bag, but I change what I listen to depending on what my mood is and where I'm going.
I tend to listen to albums in one go & look for little gems that I've long since forgotten by compiling my own playlists rather than listen to playlists of songs I've listened to over and over again. It's how I learned to further appreciate 100% Columbian and Welcome to Poppy's.
It's little wonder that the guys at work are always intrigued and a little scared when my mp3 player gets on the amp :D:devil:
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A little bit of everything.

Post by secretcode » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:09 am

AC/DC
Aerosmith
All-American Rejects
Andrew WK
Animals
Anthrax
Atreyu
Avenged Sevenfold
Avril Lavigne (Shut it.)
Beatles
Bob Marley
Bon Jovi
Coldplay
Counting Crows
Deep Purple
Def Leppar
Dio
Disturbed
Doors
Dragonforce (Shut it.)
Dschinghis Khan
Earth, Wind, and Fire
Electrix Six (Props to Blaster for showing me them)
Evanescence (Shut it.)
Falco
Fall Out Boy
Franz Ferdinand
Game Soundtracks (Subcategory)
--Animal Crossing
--Castlevania
--Chrono Trigger
--Devil May Cry
--Donkey Kong
--Earthbound/Mother
--Final Fantasy
--Fire Emblem
--F-Zero
--Halo
--Kirby
--Megaman
--Metal Gear Solid
--Metroid
--Misc.
--Pikmin
--Pokemon
--SNK
--Sonic
--StarFox
--Street Fighter/Darkstalkers/Rival Schools/VS
--Super Mario
--Super Smash Brothers
--Zelda
Gary Jules
Goldfinger
Good Charlotte
Gorillaz
Grateful Dead
Green Day
Guns N Roses
Hawthorne Heights
Hoobastank
Jamiroquai (1 Song, Canned Heat. Used it for a spoof, don't feel like deleting)
Jason Mraz
Jet
Jethro Tull
Jimmyeatworld
Joan Jett
Johnny Cash
Jonathan Coulton
Joshua Radin
Journey
J-Pop (Subcategory)
--Ayumi Hamasaki
--BOA
--DDR Mixes
--Gackt
--Naruto
Kansas
Keane
Kiss
Korn
Lenny Kravitz
Linkin Park
Lynard Skynard
Marilyn Manson
Mastodon
Mayhem (...Thanks a lot, Ackula...)
Meat Loaf
Megadeth
Men at Work
Men in Hats
Metallica
Misfits
Motion City Soundtrack
Motorhead
My Chemical Romance
Nena Hagens
Nirvana
Offspring
Ozzy Osborne/Black Sabbath
PANIC! At the Disco (Not sure why I have that.)
Pantera
Pearl Jam
Pink Floyd
Plain White T's
Podcasts
Polyphonic Spree
Queen
Quiet Riot
Rage Against The Machine
REM
Rob Zombie
Rolling Stones
Scorpions
Seether
Sepultura
Sex Pistols
Slipknot
Smashing Pumpkins
Squeeze
Staind
Steely Dan
Stephen Lynch
Steriogram
Steve Ouimette
Styx
Sugarcult
Sum41
System of a Down
The Fray
The Pillows
The Replacements
The Used
The Who
Theme Songs/Soundtracks (Subcategory)
--Homestar Runner
--Memes
--Scrubs
--Team America World Police
--Transformers
Trews
Van Halen
Vitamin String Quartet
Wednesday13
Weird Al Yankovic

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Post by Auntie Slag » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:26 am

Um,
  • Mansun's 'Little Kix' album
  • Manic Street Preachers 'Send Away the Tigers' album, and;
  • Muse 'Absolution'
I'm surprised how mellow Little Kix is. It reminds me of Suede's 'A New Morning', which I rather liked despite it apparently getting a lot of flak.
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Post by another tf fan » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:26 am

Mostly Music I made:
DRiP: Mainstream Media
DRiP: Seven Days In Tahlequah
J-ROO: Working Class

Then the rest:
Ministry
Nirvana
Brotha Lynch Hung
First Degree: The D.E.
Def Leppard
Dire Straights
Kanye West
Boston
Guns And Roses
Primus
Jesus Jones
Rob Zombie
Soundgarden

And more...
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Post by Heinrad » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:58 am

Well, if we go by what I listen to at work(nice thing about my new job).....

In no particular order:

Tommy Heavenly6
Skye Sweetnam
Nickleback
UnSun
Rammstein
KMFDM
The Used
Offspring
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy(the first two series)
Journey of the Sorcerer by the Eagles
Savatage/Trans-Siberian Orchestra

Unfortunately, most of the music I've been listening to is what I had on my PDA and my little MP3 player, as my computer desiced to have a windows-related meltdown a while ago. And, as I was getting bored with listening to the same songs over and over again(while I can listen to musc at work, work isn't the most mentally stimulating place, sadly. Stress free, and kinda boring), I've been listening to old radio shows.

Currently, I'm plowing my way through what's freely available of the CBS Radio Mystery Theater intermixed with episodes of The Goon Show.
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My playlist

Post by Skidmark » Sun Dec 21, 2008 1:48 am

As I lay Dying
Avenged Sevenfold
Dethklok
DragonForce
Finger eleven
Foo Fighters
Game soundtracks(subcatagory)
--F-Zero GX
--F-Zero X
--Super Smash Brothers
Guns N' Roses
Homestar Runner
Canon Rock
John Sykes
John Williams
Lynyrd Skynyrd
Newgrounds Audio Portal
the Police
Powerman 5000
the Priestess
Requiem for a Dream theme
Rolling Stones
Serj Tankian
Styx
Trigun theme song
Spectre General
Sublime
Voltaire(not the philosopher)
weird Al Yankovic
ZZ Top
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Post by Ackula » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:32 am

StoneCold Skywarp wrote: Death - Sounds of Perseverance
Nile - Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison
Carcass - Heartwork
Very nice choices, I have those albums too, I prefer Swansong over Heartwork though both are excellent. Nile is from my home state and I've met Mr. Sanders on many occasions as they used to open for almost every extreme metal band that played in NC/SC. I would really suggest his solo stuff, very cool mix of egyption styled music and new age/ambience. ;)
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Nice to see I'm not the only one! I love Tomoko's music with all her bands, the Brilliant Green is very cool as well. ;)
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Post by Halfshell » Sun Dec 21, 2008 11:15 am

Auntie Slag wrote:I'm surprised how mellow Little Kix is. It reminds me of Suede's 'A New Morning', which I rather liked despite it apparently getting a lot of flak.
I love Little Kix, even though I'm apparently in a minority on it. Even the band don't seem to proud of it, but it's lurvely to me. Think I only ever listened to A New Morning the once... didn't hate it, but it didn't draw me back in. I really should dig it back out again.

Stuff getting the most attention from me right now:
- Ladyhawke
- MGMT
- Bloc Party "Intimacy" (album)
- Black Kids "Partie Traumatic" (album)
- Crystal Castles vs HEALTH "Crimewave" (track)
- The Gaslight Anthem "The '59 Sound" (album)
- Kings of Leon (whatever the new album's called. I suck)
- Primal Scream (all of it... seeing them live a few weeks ago completely reinvigorated my love for everything they've done)

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Post by Cliffjumper » Sun Dec 21, 2008 12:38 pm

Dee D. Jackson - Cosmic Curves
Animetal - various Marathons
The Damned - Grave Disorder (so better than the 1970s stuff)
Bowie - various Philly Dogs/Outside Tour bootlegs
Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
Sophie Ellis Bextor - The Light Fantastic (well, the first side anyway)
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Wings of Honneamise OST

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Post by Slayer-Fan123 » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:07 pm

Slayer (DUH!)
Motorhead
Tom Petty and the Heart Breakers
Mudcrutch
Municipal Waste
Buckethead
Tool
Sex Pistols (only a couple of songs, not a real fan)
Pearl Jam
Goatwhore
Behemoth
Carcass
Cannibal Corpse
Napalm Death
Possessed
Hate Eternal
Archenemy
Vader
Dying Fetus
Nile
Boltthower
Death Angel
Jimi Hendrix
Dropkick Murphys
Cataract
Austrian Death Machine
Dragonforce
Radiohead
Primus
Queens of the Stone Age
Queen
Metallica
Iron Maiden
Anthrax
S.O.D.
Danzig
Willie Nelson
Beatles
The Rolling Stones
Black Label Society
Lynard Skynard
Led Zeplin
Wierd Al
The Police
ZZ Top
Boston
Eagles
Rob Zombie
The Jesus Lizard
Heart
Aerosmith
Mastodon
REM
GWAR (Slipknot is a kiddified, radio-friendly version of GWAR)
The Residents
Pat Benetar
Ozzy Ozbourne
Black Sabbath
Pantera
System of a Down
Prong
Cathedral
White Zombie
Van Halen
Children of Bodom
High on Fire
Smashing Pumpkins (only about 4 songs by them, not really a fan mostly)
Joan Jett

Bands I forgot:
The Red Chord
Sonic Youth
Helloween
Scorpions
Muse
Foo Fighters

None of these are in particular order...except for Slayer because they are, were, and will always be #1
I will add more later. Writing this list reminds me of how lame my sister's playlist is right now...

Bands I DESPISE include:
Tokio Hotel (WORST BAND IN THE WORLD!!!!!!!!!!)
Greenday
Offspring
Atreyu
Bullet for my Valentine
Jimmy Eat World
Hellacopters
Blink182
Modest Mouse
INXS
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Post by Auntie Slag » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:35 pm

Halfshell wrote:I love Little Kix, even though I'm apparently in a minority on it. Even the band don't seem to proud of it, but it's lurvely to me. Think I only ever listened to A New Morning the once... didn't hate it, but it didn't draw me back in. I really should dig it back out again.
I saw Primal Scream a year or two ago and wasn't hugely impressed. I was more into the light show that was going on around them. I think partly it was because it was at the Corn Exchange and you had to be seated to watch them, which seemed totally at odds with the music. A month or so earlier I saw James Dean Bradfield at The Junction and was feet away from him. He deafened us all and it was a bit like being one of the Riders of Rohan when the king bloke is giving his stirring speech and gets the crowds all riled up and ready for murder. It was like that.

By contrast Primal Scream was more like light tea with the Guardian at eleven on a sunday. Ok really not like that, but it didn't make me want to go out and riot, or require a pretty nurse to stop blood gushing from my ears.

I think Suede are cool. I missed the opportunity to see Brett Anderson when he was touring his solo album. Gutted at that.

I bought the Little Kix album just for 'I Can Only Dissapoint U'. Even though I had the single, the album track version has another 10 seconds at the start, which, despite only repeating that lovely riff, was a total deal-maker for me.

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Post by Cliffjumper » Sun Dec 21, 2008 5:49 pm

Semi-related, but I finally actually listened to some Katy Perry today. She's bloody good, isn't she?

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Post by Sades » Sun Dec 21, 2008 7:46 pm

A lot of old stuff... Disturbed, T.A.T.U, The Tea Party, Korn, Evanescence, Staind, Foo Fighters, Starsailor, Atreyu, Fear Factory, Trapt, Rasmus, Trews, with some of the newer stuff by Linkin Park, Serj Tankian, finger eleven, Puddle of Mudd, Airbourne and Wolfmother... some random game music and Jonathan Coulton thrown in and also downloaded a bunch of Christmas tunes last week.

It's strange the things music makes you remember sometimes, isn't it? Hm.
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Post by StoneCold Skywarp » Sun Dec 21, 2008 8:17 pm

*Lists another 30-40 bands*

Bloody hell people, have some thought for folk's screen resolution will ya!
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Post by Halfshell » Sun Dec 21, 2008 9:57 pm

Auntie Slag wrote:I saw Primal Scream a year or two ago and wasn't hugely impressed. I was more into the light show that was going on around them. I think partly it was because it was at the Corn Exchange and you had to be seated to watch them, which seemed totally at odds with the music.
I saw the Scream at the Cornex beginning of the month - was right down near the front, so was actually able to hear what was going on. The acoustics in that place truly are godawful, aren't they? Supposedly further back you couldn't hear a thing.

They played a proper rock n roll set, though. Lots of stuff from XTRMNTR. They were proper up for it, probably due to the major league hissy fit they threw about ten minutes in when somebody chucked a beer at Bobby. Stropped off with a "feck alla yews" before returning a few minutes later so Mani could call us all c**ts and challenge whichever prick threw it to come up on stage so they could kick his head in.

Being two people from the front railings did result in being able to hear everything, but also resulted in being right in front of the speaker stack for when they finished with Accelerator. Coupled with the most brutal strobelights I've ever seen. The phrase "my eyelids! they do nothing!" would have been heard coming from my mouth if I'd actually been able to talk. Or move. I'm sure I felt my liver vibrate out of my back.

Took three days for my hearing to return, too.

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Cliffjumper wrote:Semi-related, but I finally actually listened to some Katy Perry today. She's bloody good, isn't she?
I love her. I have this overwhelming feeling I shouldn't, but I do and I have no guilt over it. Some of it may be partially related to the interview of hers I heard on Scott Mills a few weeks back. She's mad as a sack of epileptic badgers. How can you not adore that?

I think you'll love Ladyhawke too, Cliffster.

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Post by Sades » Sun Dec 21, 2008 10:28 pm

I Kissed a Girl gets so much play over here... I swear to multiple gods and deities that every stupid little 20-year-old moron has that song as their ringtone. It drives me insane. And yet, I still catch myself humming along once in awhile when I hear it. And the rest of the album it's from is surprisingly listenable.
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Post by Cliffjumper » Sun Dec 21, 2008 10:29 pm

Sades wrote: I swear... every stupid little 20-year-old moron... ringtone.
Not turning into a grumpy old mare, by any chance? ;)

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Post by Sades » Sun Dec 21, 2008 10:41 pm

Hahaha. I am. I really, really am.

I think I'm just bitter that I'm not a 20 year old moron anymore.

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Post by Cliffjumper » Mon Dec 22, 2008 3:57 pm

Halfshell wrote:I think you'll love Ladyhawke too, Cliffster.
Oooh, I may just delegate this sort of thing to you full-time in the future. Good call! S'what the New Young Pony Club LP should have sounded like, that is.
Sades wrote:Hahaha. I am. I really, really am.
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