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    What are you currently listening to....

    Paradise - Richard Ashcroft.

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    The Lumineers.
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    Amy Macdonald is a genius. Pretty much on loop in the car at the moment.

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    Silence, which means the child is sleeping. Ahhhh, bliss!

    Last song I listened to was Little Bitch by Ordinary Boys on an old compilation CD I found in the car.
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    Right now I've listened to an old gem,from '79 Radiators - Ghostown

    Philip Chevron (later a member of Pogues) was in this band.

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    Philip Chevron. Great name!
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    Got Kerrang on the telly

    Corey Taylor doing a delightful Christmas ditty as I type. X-M@$

    Ho Ho Ho fuckers!
    Don't wear no leather to fit in
    Don't wear no spikes to be cool
    Don't need no woman beside him
    Just make it fast loud and rude

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    There ain't nothing more depressing then a pine tree
    Gussied up candy canes and balls
    Those carolers have kept me up for hours
    It's Merry Christmas seeping through my walls
    Now I'm no wiccan commie or nothing
    But there's one holiday I can't stand
    It's ain't Halloween or Thanksgiving or even April Fools
    But it'll surely make a fool out of everyman

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    If I ain't drunk then it ain't Christmas
    You know where to stick those jingle bells
    If I ain't hammered it ain't hanukkah
    And all you motherfuckers go to hell
    If I ain't cock-eyed then it ain't quanza
    Joy to the world and jack and coke
    If I ain't drunk then it ain't Christmas
    and I ain't never anything but broke

    Now every year the malls are just a madhouse
    Full of empty pockets, thoughts and smiles
    Just the smell of Eggnog makes me vomit
    And those colored lights are fucking infantile

    I think we collectively as the people
    Should rise against this corporate jolly noise
    And tell the world Let's buy some piece and quiet for a change.
    Before we spend it all on fucking toys.

    HA

    So if I ain't drunk then it ain't Christmas
    You know where to stick those jingle bells
    If I ain't hammered it ain't hanukkah
    Fa la la la la go fuck yourself!
    If I ain't cock-eyed then it ain't quanza
    Joy to the world of getting stoned
    and if i ain't drunk then it ain't Christmas
    So leave this god damn scrooge the fuck alone.

    HA

    MERRY FUCKING CHRI$TM@S!

    I can sympathise with a fair amount of that!!!
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    Listened to Specials then More Specials before I finished work an hour ago
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    Listening to Undenied by Portishead.

    I always thought Spider Stacy was the best name in The Pogues

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    Right now, I'm listening to two laptop fans going ape shit because I can't be bothered getting off my bed to shift them.

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    One's arguing that Acers are the best, the other's in the Sony Vaio camp?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    One's arguing that Acers are the best, the other's in the Sony Vaio camp?
    One Acer, one HP, but close!

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    I know its late, but I had to return to the PC once again to listen to this, its been on in my house almost non stop since I discovered it on Sat night. A guy called Mark Stewart from Manchester makes this incredibly atmospheric music under the moniker Claro Intelecto, seems he has just gotten his big break this year, as this song was recently featured on a Coldcut compilation and now he's popping up everywhere. He played Dublin in Sept but I wasn't even aware of him. Disappointing as Im sure it would have been a cool gig

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    I honestly didn't think people were that stupid...

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    I've started listening to The Smiths albums again in the car. I have a 30min drive to and from work so stuck the recent remastered boxset in there. Today is Strangeways Here We Come.
    Oh my god! Whitney's dead? How's Michael Jackson taking it?

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    Varies between Ulco Bed (Candy Dulfer's lead guitar) and Tom Waits and Roger Waters and Bob Dylan and Sara McLachlan.
    Built the kitchen to Pink Floyd so there was 6 weeks of uninterrupted music right there.
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    Found a CD wallet full of CDs that I used to listen to so this morning it was Supergrass - I Should Coco. Great morning album.
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    This morning's commuting album of choice is one of the best albums I've heard this year:

    Frank Turner - England Keep My Bones
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    the Suburbs this morning by Arcade Fire

    Wonderful record
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    Quote Originally Posted by machin05 View Post
    Found a CD wallet full of CDs that I used to listen to so this morning it was Supergrass - I Should Coco. Great morning album.
    I love that album - is that the one with Time on it? That's my favourite Supergrass track.
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    Quote Originally Posted by North West Wanderer View Post
    the Suburbs this morning by Arcade Fire

    Wonderful record
    Oh hell yes.
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    Actually, what was playing whilst looking at TWF was this

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kEvE_04x-xI
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Got Kerrang on the telly

    One Direction & Little Mix currently tearing it up

    Ho Ho Ho fuckers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Langers View Post
    This morning's commuting album of choice is one of the best albums I've heard this year:

    Frank Turner - England Keep My Bones
    First FT album I have listened to. It is brilliant.

    Today, I will be mostly listening to the 2 Albums from The Blizzards

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    First FT album I have listened to. It is brilliant.
    I think it's his best album without a shadow of a doubt.
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