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Since: 30.8.02

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Enjoying some good new music here. Santa left:

The Microphones - The Glow Pt. II, one of the most complex and beautiful CDs in recent years, on par with the Flaming Lips, but much rawer.

Doug Martsch - the man who brought us Built To Spill, out with a solo CD of him basically singing blues songs on an acoustic guitar. Good stuff, but only if you've already listened your Built to SPill Cds into the ground.

The Best of Solomon Burke - For when the lights go out...

Anybody else hearing new tunes today?



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ManiacalSanta made some CDs for a couple ladies.

Too bad it was Korn and Manson, and I had to listen to all of it before making the CDs to make sure it was the right stuff.
One of them wanted Tool, though, so she's a winner. :)



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Santa didn't leave me the cd as I heard it a while ago, but I can say Santa must have really liked you if he left you Doug Martsch.





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    Originally posted by ManiacalClown
    ManiacalSanta made some CDs for a couple ladies.

    Too bad it was Korn and Manson, and I had to listen to all of it before making the CDs to make sure it was the right stuff.

    One of them wanted Tool, though, so she's a winner. :)



Hey...Korn used to be good...and Manson...well, he only kind of sucked...at least "Down in the Park" and "Wrapped in Plastic" were good.



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I'm partial to "Coma White" when it comes to Manson, myself.



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I got David Cross- Shut Up You Fucking Baby (as well as the ***AWESOME*** iRiver IMP-350 to play it on) from my girlfriend, who is also awesome.

Haven't listened to it yet, review will come soon after.



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Good ol' Santa left yours truly Old 97's "Early Tracks," which is an EP of good ol' fashioned honky-tonk stuff that they used to do before they went a bit more poppy. I like both their sounds, but this early stuff is a trip.

He also left me "Black and White Night," a tribute concert to Roy Orbison in which Roy himself is the star attraction and is backed by the Billion Dollar Band, which includes Jackson Browne, Elvis Costello, Springsteen, and other cool-ass people. So, I'd say I made out like a bandit.



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Santa left me a Walmart gift card, which I promptly used to buy Loudermilk and Bruce Springsteen's "The Rising."
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Santa left me Phrenology by the Roots. I've been enjoying it, though it is a bit of a letdown following Things Fall Apart.
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I got U2's Best Of 1990-2000.



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MANIACAL SANTA UPDATE:

CDs are signed, sealed, and delivered in provided case in order according to release date, complete with neatly typed and printed tracklists so they know what they're listening to.

Included CDs:
Tool - Opiate
Tool - Undertow
Tool - nima
Tool - Salival
Tool - Lateralus
Korn - Korn
Korn - Life is Peachy
Korn - Follow the Leader
Korn - Issues
Korn - Untouchables
Marilyn Manson - Portrait of an American Family
Marilyn Manson - Smells like Children
Marilyn Manson - Antichrist Superstar
Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals
Marilyn Manson - Holy Wood

Now, how long should I keep the Korn and Manson on my PC (In case there's a problem with any of the CDs) before sending it off into the depths and never listening to it again? I'm thinking it's a month. It's a lot of CDs to listen to.



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Santa left me the new Audioslave disc. I am forever in Santa's debt.



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Lucky bastards I was left with Salena.
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I got Camper Van Beethoven's "Cigarettes & Carrot Juice - The Santa Cruz Years" which is a boxed set of their out of print first few albums and some assorted other "rarities."

The Alarm - "Live - the King Biscuit Flower Hour."

I also got the Beastie Boy's Criterion Collection DVD.

Good stuff!!





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Santa left me $70 in HMV gift certificates, so I mozeyed on down and picked up Red Letter Days by the Wallflowers, The Best of Bond...James Bond and the Essential Bob Dylan. Awesome awesomeness.



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All in all, I wound up with the Nirvana greatest hits album, the Run DMC greatest hits album, the Flaming Lips' "Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots" and, coolest of cool, the "GTA: Vice City" box set. I don't think I'll ever put the Espontoso CD on, but...

That Beastie Boys DVD is awesome. Moby's remix of "Alive" is the only thing he's ever done that I've really enjoyed.



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Paul McCartney's double-disc live album
Weezer's blue album
Elton John's self-titled album from 1970



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Santa won't be officially visiting until Tuesday, but I'm pretty sure he's leaving me the 5-disc version of New Order's "Retro" along with some other stuff...I'll tell you next year. ;-)



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*** Questions nobody will reply to ***

Count Olaf- How is Phrenology as an entire CD? I like and downloaded Seed 2.0 with Cody Chesnutt after hearing it live on the MTV $2 Bill show that The Roots did, and that's kinda lost steam with me after repeated listenings.

Ol Fuzzy- similar question for thee, redirected towards the Flaming Lips cd. I like Fight Test.



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Uber- Phrenology is really quite good. There's a mix between real upbeat hip hop songs and snoozier jazzy ones. Not something to party to like their last, but great background/chillout/driving music like the first Roots disc. highly recomended.
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