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Ear Candy Distributor
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Bought a Thompson 20GB mp3 player on Saturday and went on a download frenzy. Had about 950 files on my pc but created another 650 on the weekend!!! I'm now listening to:

  • Nuno Bettencourts Schizophonic album
  • Tony Iommi and Glen Hughes solo album
  • Paul Gilbert's new album
  • Pink Cream 69 (I'm working with the singer and was being nosey!)
  • Racer X - Second Heat
  • Beatles Anthology 1,2 and 3
  • The Who Ultimate Collection
  • U2 - How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb
  • Audioslave - Out Of Exile
  • Bad Moon Rising :bowdown:
  • Basement Jaxx
  • Danny Bowes And Luke Morley - Moving Swiftly Along
  • Chris Cornell - Euphoria Morning
  • David Bowie - Changes One Bowie
  • Elvis Presley - Various
  • Foo Fighters - In Your Honor
  • Hardline 2
  • Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bold As Love
  • Joe Stump - Armed and Ready
  • Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation
  • MSG - Armed And Ready
  • Mr Big - Get Over It
  • Robbie Williams Greatest Hit
I may never take these headphones off with 2300 songs on the player!!! :icon_thum

excess to requirements
7,103 Posts
I love this. Predominately HR but some real surprises. Basement Jaxx - Now I love them, simply effortless hooks and always feelgood. the Hendrix choice is brilliant. it is his best lp imo. Robbie williams? dear god!!! but hey, the chicks love him and I can't help but be impressed with "the fat dancer from take that." Pressley? didn't see that one coming - but then the sun sessions are fucking great! and U2 .. :thumb:

PS I love some of the other stuff but the stuff mentioned above shocked me just a tiny bit. Glad to see Chris Cornell in there a few times. Rightfully so.

Ear Candy Distributor
10,253 Posts
Discussion Starter · #3 · is music to me...there's only two types...good and bad. Some of the early Elvis stuff is amazing cos he's inventing popular music as he goes along cos it didn't really exist the way it does today. Chris Cornell is a genius full-stop! Also Eric Martin's solo album from a few years ago demands listening...especially the track 'Kisses Stain'...awesome smouldering track. Want more Organic Freak Kitchen tho before I'm sated!!!


Da Blooze Guy
5,842 Posts
I just stick to my basic stuff I've always listened to, especially while working

Pink Floyd - Pulse
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Every Album
Joe Bonamassa - Blues Deluxe
Johnny Winter - Johnny Winter
Johnny Winter - Second Winter
ZZ Top - 6 Pack Collection (their first 6 albums)
Queen - First Album, Sheer Heart Attack, Day at the Races, Night at the Opera
Leo Kottke - 6 and 12 String Guitar
Blind Blake - Anthology
Blilnd Boy Fuller - Anthology
Mississippi John Hurt - Anthology
Robert Johnson - Complete Works
Aerosmith - Anything (I've got em all)
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