Erik Bates | September 23, 2004
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Scott Hardie | September 23, 2004
Good stuff:
The Donnas, Spend the Night
John Powell, The Bourne Supremacy soundtrack
Alicia Keys, The Diary of Alicia Keys
Joe Satriani, Is There Love in Space?
Pearl Jam, Lost Dogs
nine inch nails, The Downward Spiral (I'm probably the last person here to get into this album)

Bad stuff:
Natalie Imbruglia, Left of the Middle

The jury's still out:
Pearl Jam, Binaural
The Distillers, The Distillers

For links, ask me, or just keep clicking on my recents.

Kris Weberg | September 23, 2004
I mostly listen to classic stuff I find via iTunes these days, and those are single songs.

Latest buys --

the Clash, "Train in Vain" Will probably just end up buying a used Clash album

Bruce Springsteen, "Hungry Heart" -- I have this weird weak spot for that whole 80s take on 50s and 60s pop. The Boss does it pretty damn well here.

Billy Joel, "For the Longest Time" -- See above. Hey, doo-wop has its charms!

Weezer, "Buddy Holly" -- There's a big ol' scratch on my copy of Weezer's debut album, and guess where it is?

Blondie, 'Call Me" -- Back when Deborah Harry had talent.

Dexy's Midnight Runner, "Come on Eileen" -- Surprisingly strong example of Northern Soul that manages to be more than the sum of its genre influences

White Town, 'Your Woman" -- If you're drunk, don't buy music online where a single button-press will only make the morning more embarrassing.

Billy Joel, "Piano Man" -- And if you're already drunk, for the love of God stop drinking.

Melissa Erin | September 24, 2004
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Scott Hardie | September 24, 2004
Not a White Town fan, huh? That whole album was good, but "Your Woman" was the cherry on top. Denise, back me up.

Erik Bates | September 24, 2004
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Denise Sawicki | September 24, 2004
Erm, Scott, I thought we discussed that I *didn't* like that album much and didn't understand why anyone would prefer that particular wimpy singer to wimpy singers such as Bobby Wratten or Stuart Murdoch, whose music I find much more pleasing and enlightening :). I do think Your Woman is a fun song but I generally only find myself listening to albums where I like the whole album.

Scott Hardie | September 24, 2004
Oh. I thought you were saying that you did like it, but that Jyoti is nowhere near as good of a singer as Bobby or Stuart, and with that I agree. I honestly think he's tone deaf.

Jackie Mason | September 25, 2004
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Kris Weberg | September 25, 2004
And some STP, as Scott Weiland is its front man.

Erik Bates | September 25, 2004
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