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Quote:Frands, I have five or six of their albums, all consistently good IMO.

I had five of their albums until I listened to the album '11 Shortstories Of Pain And Glory'. I had to buy the album because (As mp3 files over at Microsoft Groove) it's a really good album with good songs and sound. So now I have 6 albums with Dropkick Murphys. Wish I could find some similar bands in same music style and not to noisy. I like if there's some folk mixed up in the music Confusedmile:.

My albums:
Blackout
Do Or Die
Going Out In Style
The Meanest Of Time
Signed And Sealed In Blood
11 Short Stories About Pain And Glory
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TEMPLES "volcano" cd, 2017:

second album by this UK psychedelic rock band...
loved their debut "sun structures" from three years ago...
didn't think they could match the quality of that one but this one comes close...
these guys have more variation in their sound and the songs are more radio friendly
than better known psych-rock band Tame Impala...
still probably prefer the debut but this one is pretty good also...

[video=youtube;4bej-SyftWU]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bej-SyftWU[/video]
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CJ Ramone/album: Reconquista(2012/You're The Only One:

[video=youtube;g_MbCQLblVw]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g_MbCQLblVw[/video]

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from the cd room
the unopened stack

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from Cali
debut album
this only peaked at #84 here
yet it has reached platinum status
consistent airing of the Sail track has driven that
it is a good album

another track
with a stupid video

[video=youtube;jm9-yVdxbSs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jm9-yVdxbSs[/video]

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The Sisters of Mercy - Amphetamine Logic



Evil begins when you begin to treat people as things. ~Terry Pratchett, I Shall Wear Midnight
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The Booze Bombs/Out Of Time!/2014 (Rockabilly)

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Terje Rypdal & The Chasers – Blue
 
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The complete opposite of easy listening, which I wouldn’t go as far as calling uneasy listening (although some might, I suppose), just demanding of attention! Quite avant garde and experimental, but engaging for me because there are continual sonic surprises and Terje Rypdal really knows a thing or two about making a guitar sing – I love his playing. There are jazz, rock and even ambient elements and it won’t be to everyone’s taste – I just like this kind of thing now and then – it sort of punctuates the regular, more structured stuff/genres. It’s instrumental, released in 1985 and The Chasers are bassist Bjørn Kjellemyr and drummer Audun Kleive.
 
Couldn’t settle on just one track, so this is “Kompet Går”, which according to Google translate means ‘competence goes’ so that was no help at all … https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3bHRvd-wx2s
 
“I Disremember Quite Well” – I can relate to that, lol! …. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yUl2P3AI3LU
 
... and “Last Night” – 



"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson




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Kate Bush - Lionheart

A passionate album with a warm atmosphere. I'm enjoying it.
Evil begins when you begin to treat people as things. ~Terry Pratchett, I Shall Wear Midnight
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STURGILL SIMPSON  -  "a sailor's guide to earth"  cd,  2016:

Kentucky born Sturgill's third and latest album...
was the first one of his I heard, such was the quality i bought the other two upon hearing this....
a couple of country sounding tracks, lots of R+B (real r+b) not that modern crap...
orchestrations also, could possibly be something Jerome would get in to, as would Ruby IMO...
they call him country, the first two albums were country tinged for sure but this one....no way.
yet it won the Grammy for best country album in 2016...strange, well, almost as strange as Jethro
Tull winning "best metal album back in the day...
one ocver on the album, Nirvana's "in bloom"which is very good, better than Nirvana's original, but im not a fan
of Cobain and Co anyway.
anyway, Sturgill has a great voice for just about anything, soul, r+b, country, pop, rock, you name it...
superb album, just like the other two...

(10-08-2017, 04:10)CRAZY-HORSE Wrote: [Image: 220px-Sturgill_Simpson_A_Sailor%27s_Guide_To_Earth.jpg]

STURGILL SIMPSON  -  "a sailor's guide to earth"  cd,  2016:

Kentucky born Sturgill's third and latest album...
was the first one of his I heard, such was the quality i bought the other two upon hearing this....
a couple of country sounding tracks, lots of R+B (real r+b) not that modern crap...
orchestrations also, could possibly be something Jerome would get in to, as would Ruby IMO...
they call him country, the first two albums were country tinged for sure but this one....no way.
yet it won the Grammy for best country album in 2016...strange, well, almost as strange as Jethro
Tull winning "best metal album back in the day...
one ocver on the album, Nirvana's "in bloom"which is very good, better than Nirvana's original, but im not a fan
of Cobain and Co anyway.
anyway, Sturgill has a great voice for just about anything, soul, r+b, country, pop, rock, you name it...
superb album, just like the other two...

from the album, the lead off track...yes Jerome and Ruby, I think you'll love this one!:



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^^I'll have a listen to this CH - thanks.
"The surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that it has never tried to contact us." ~ Bill Watterson




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