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garbage--why do you love me

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Posted by exmplr

28th Dec 2005, 19:55   comments (0)

some indie christmassy tunes

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In the meadow we can build a snowman
And pretend that he is Alan Parsons

I just heard "Alan Parsons In A Winter Wonderland" by Grandaddy on XFM, and thought I may as well rip the album and bring it with me for my trip home tomorrow.

Posted by teflon

23rd Dec 2005, 00:50   comments (0)

Death Cab for Cutie - Plans

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Another perfect album. I love them so.

Posted by daz

15th Dec 2005, 21:51   comments (2)

'Mmmnn' inspires sex. Need I say more?

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6th Dec 2005, 18:31   comments (1)

boz scaggs, love me tomorrow

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You say that you'll love me anyway
but I know it's not in your eyes.
You say you can't take it night and day
but I know It's an alibi.Deja where did we go wrong?
Y' said that you'd be mine 'till the end of time.
Love me tomorrow, love me tomorrow
I say it's a sad sort of play when you never let in my lines.
You say that I'm better off this way but I know it's all in your mind.Deja where did we go wrong?
Y' said that you'd be mine 'till the end of time.
Love me tomorrow, love me tomorrow
Forget all your sorrow, love me tomorrow

Posted by lizziepants

30th Nov 2005, 20:23   comments (0)

Rufus Wainwright - Want Two

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Posted by Stephane

25th Nov 2005, 19:58   comments (0)

Cinematic brilliance

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Furious Angels by Rob Dougan, possibly my favourite album ever. Left Me For Dead is a bloody fantastic track.

Posted by Groovicron

25th Nov 2005, 08:28   comments (3)

Josh Wink - Higher state of consciousness

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Sorry about the god awful picture.
An oldy but goody
This tune really strikes a chord with me, I first heard it while at uni,
I walked into my friends house, and he just said, "sit down, and listen
to this" (he had it on white label several months before it was
released) it blew me away.
I'd never heard anything quite like it at the time, still sounds just as
good today.

Posted by Joe

22nd Nov 2005, 23:33   comments (0)