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05-08-2010, 22:15   #1
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The stuff you listen to when you are not listening to unz, unz, unz thread

Time for something a little different, post a track outside the Electronic "genre" that you are currently listening to/enjoy/has inspired, whatever the case may be and feel like sharing.


I'll get the ball rolling...

I listen to a lot of Funk/Motown and here is a few of the ones I've been diggin' it to










Edit: Crap name for thread, suggestions welcome.
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05-08-2010, 22:52   #2
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How's about calling it the 'stuff I like to listen to when I want a break from unze unze unze', thread'?

Anyway, here's some of what I've been loving lately...

I liked the original but The Cinematics have made this epic - although I'm a bit biased, as I think The Cinematic Orchestra are like, just totally and utterly ridiculously awesome


Let's all hold hands, get the lighters out and sway in unison......




The Hundred In The Hands are by far and away my favourite band at the moment. This is from their, as yet unreleased, debut album.

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Great Idea for a thread! I like the name too.

I'm fairly big into Hip Hop, but kinda the bit more soulful stuff. I actually tried to start a night once, just didnt work out though.





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Esther Phillips - Disposable Society
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qLQMs7Qs5qY

Miles Davis - Black Satin
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iOG_ZSEMUs

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taking a break from Ambient? hell yea!

Meshuggah


Soilwork


Cancer Bats
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I'm on a massive Frank Zappa trip at the moment for some reason. So funky.
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thin lizzy - dancing in the moonlight, freckin love it. listen to it every few days

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unnh0T2Ftro
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thin lizzy - dancing in the moonlight, freckin love it. listen to it every few days

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Unnh0T2Ftro
What a bassline!!
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What a bassline!!
quality, and no other way to put it! was hassleing a band to play it at the weekend after every song, they didn't tho
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Dub Reggae
St. Germain - Dub Experience II




70's Glam Rock

T Rex - Get It On





Indie/Rock

The Verve - Noise Epic




more to come
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Underground 70's Disco

Crystal Disco Band - Nuclear Night





Vintage 80's
Don't You Forget About Me - Simple Minds




MADCHESTER

Happy Mondays - Hallelujah (club mix)




Hip Hop

Jay Z Hard knock life



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yes as you can see from my selections i love and listen to many different styles regulary not just dance music
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I have sh*t loads of other music passions.... would genuinely be fcked if I went deaf, cheesy I know but music is my life! (man).

The Cure - A Forest



Wilco - Spiders (Kidsmoke) [A nice take on Krautrock]



Nick Drake - Northern Sky (an all time favourite track for me, love it)



Jim O'Rourke - Women of the World



Cocteau Twins - Heaven or Las Vegas (a personal favourite after a spliff...)



Talk Talk - I Believe In You



Echo & The Bunnymen - The Killing Moon



To name a few... I'll defo be adding here frequently!
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Wouldnt know where to start with this but ive had a few glasses of wine so i will try. Im good with music from any genre as long as its actually decent. Loving Caribou at the moment.



Love instrumental post rock stuff like this too.

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