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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoTheranthrope
    Merc, I salute your good taste,
    Damm, that is one good CD. I liked the Mononoke OST better that the movie itself... and I really dug the movie (even if it was Miyazaki's weakest work). In fact I use that as my primary "audio test CD."
    You thought it was his "weakest" work?



    WOW, I always rated the movie as some of his best work. At least it hit me with a powerful force, and with Joe Hisaishi's score for this flim I was simply mesmerized. It was also one of the few times I didn't have a problem with an English Dubb of a film, though of course for the OST and poster and what not concerning Mononoke Hime I had to get the JPN stuff. I absolutely hated the Americanized covers with the guy on the front cover. The film was about Mononoke. As a big fan of Miyazaki's I'd have to say out of them all, this IS my favorite, though I love Nausicaa and Porco Rosso as well. *Still haven't seen "Spirited Away" though so maybe I'll change my mind. Currently I'm looking for his earlier Future Boy Conan series as I remember watching that when I was a bit younger on Community Access Channel 20 [ANIME REVIEW]. I probably like Mononoke the best because I'm a person who's very drawn to nature though, as my Native American blood yearns for the unfenced frontier.

    As of right now I'm listening to...



    I've always loved Dolores' voice, and this group is about as mellow as I get these days on such songs like Linger and Dreams, but it's still all about ZOMIBE! Probably put on some Basil Poledorius (Conan: The Barbarian OST) in a little bit though. CROM!
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    Eddie Grant - rock down to ELECTRIC AVENUE ( remix )
    from Fatal Fury LEGEND OF THE HUNGRY WOLF anime :

    Joe Higashi : Then this is where we part

    Andy Bogard : and go our seperate ways

    Terry Bogard : Till we meet again






    + Terry Bogard's day out. = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-sNjvY580ZE

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    Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome.
    I know it's not music but it's what I'm listening to.

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    opio from souls of mischief
    that song viva la mein vein is awsome

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    Squarepusher - Burning'n' Tree

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    Flying Burrito Brothers - Hot Burritos!
    Wilco - A Ghost is Born (going to see them tomorrow night!)
    Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Live Rust
    Stanley Clarke - self-titled
    Prince and the Revolution - Purple Rain
    Yes - Fragile
    Arrested Development - 3 Years 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life of...
    mama, here comes midnight with the dead moon in its jaws.

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    Well I'm currently listening to as of this typing...


    *The mood of the OST is great to tune out to. Almost all of
    Ennio's work is on this suka' except a few tunes used for the
    Franco Nero film Il Mercenario and The Good, The Bad &
    The Ugly
    which was on a different OST sadly.

    Before that I had been listening to the other following OSTs...




    *It's all about Y.Koshiro and his mad tunes. Track #14 Expander
    is the pinnacle of the OST.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beatifik
    i saw them last week. it was a good show.
    wow.
    saw them yesterday night.
    marathon session yesterday and today.
    had to get the car fixed.
    did school work, sped to austin. checked out the show,
    casting couch first, the shells second, and then aih.
    they played at 12:50 and were done at 2 in the morning.
    sped back home, slept for 3 hours and then took a 6 hour physics lab
    at 8 in the morning.
    it was so worth it though.

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    Arthur Russell's World of Echo. This is the best bedtime album ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hecker



    Arthur Russell's World of Echo. This is the best bedtime album ever.
    Whats it like?

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    Currently listening to...


    Track #5: "Mad Machine!" *Some of the songs are gay but
    some still kick ass in that late 80's early 90's rock style.

    Next up is...


    Remixed versions of the Arcade game. *Still awesome though.
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    Hard-Fi - Hard to beat and Avenged Sevenfold - City of evil.

    And the Mysterious Cities of Gold intro song
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    Album's in my sig. Shame I hadn't heard of this band sooner. It's like Iron Maiden with a modern twist.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mercenary X99
    Before that I had been listening to the other following OSTs...




    *It's all about Y.Koshiro and his mad tunes. Track #14 Expander
    is the pinnacle of the OST.

    MERCENARY X99
    I just watched snatch last night, one of my fav movies.

    Also where did you get the SOR2 OST?

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    Locus Factor - Between Saviors and Thieves


    What's even better was the album is free.

    http://www.krisnorris.com/locusfactor/locus.html

    Side project with the guitarist from Darkest Hour and Cory Smoot (aka Flattus Maximus of Gwar)

    Very Melodic with tons of solos and acoustic work. Solo work reminds me a little of In Flames but better in some ways.

    Doesn't sound like DH, can't even say I like any of DH's songs.
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    Peter Gabriel - Play (the music video collection)
    Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Welcome to the Pleasure Dome
    Yes - Starship Trooper: Life Seeker/Disillusion/Wurm (what I'm listening to as I type this)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike

    Also where did you get the SOR2 OST?
    A now defunct company called MARS COLONY Music released the soundtrack with Yuzo Koshiro's full consent in February of 2000. Their website has since gone down as well as the Mars Music stores to my understanding. The Ost like the original Japanese one originally released in 1992 is now an out of print CD but here's the ISBN Number > 82046 10062 Catalog Number > MCM-10106-2. It can still be found on Ebay and other specialty stores who never moved it, but you'd have to look around. They shouldn't be too hard to find, though they are not super common either.
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    Dj Shadow - Endtroducing
    Nice & Smooth - The Best of....
    Gorillaz - Demon Days
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    DJ Shadow: Pre-emptive Strike
    Kutmasta Kurt Presents: Masters of Illusion
    The Lootpack: Soundpieces the Antidote

    Afrika Bambahtaa: Looking for the Perfect Beat
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    Yo La Tengo: ??? but it's pretty mellow
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry330
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    Great album.

    I've been listening to

    Celph Titled - The Rubix Cuban
    Q-Bert - Demolition Pumpkin Squeeze Music
    MF Doom - MMM Leftovers

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    I just listened to the new Flaming Lips track from the Wedding Crashers soundtrack.

    It's not bad. The new album's definitely gonna be a change from the synth-anthems from Soft Bulletin/Yoshimi.
    There's nothing here. Look elsewhere.

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    Young Buck- Bang Bang {God i fucking HATE that new dance version of that sample}
    Sizzla- just one of those days- {One of the best songs EVAH!}
    AtD- Oh![what a glorious day] {Such a happy song, i b lovin it.}
    lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buro Destruct
    Whats it like?
    He plays an electric cello coupled with other electronics and dreamy vocals. The lyrics are strange and hard to make out. Highly recomended avant-garde music from the 80s.

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