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off topic.. hmm.. what about music? What do you have playing in your cd player right now? I got an album called "Electric Radio" by Shooter Jennings. Its pretty cool. Have you heard it? Its got a Country/Rock feel to it. www.shooterjennings.com.. sound familiar? My buddy at work (UMVD) told me that he's the son of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. The lyrics on the CD are interesting

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off topic.. hmm.. what about music? What do you have playing in your cd player right now? I got an album called "Electric Radio" by Shooter Jennings. Its pretty cool. Have you heard it? Its got a Country/Rock feel to it. www.shooterjennings.com.. sound familiar? My buddy at work (UMVD) told me that he's the son of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter. The lyrics on the CD are interesting

 

 

 

 

Yea....my girlfriend is a big 3 Doors Down fan and I'm taking her to see them. Shooter Jennings supposed to opening for 3 Doors who is opening for Skynard. I'm a big progressive rock guy, so its not really my style, but we'll see.

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Is Shooter Jennings the one who does "She don't lke to play my kinda music"? That's my favorite country song right now but I haven't caught the name of the band/artist.

 

 

My musical interest is wide... for the most part I'm mostly into Heavy Rock/Metal, a little Country, and a little rap.

 

My current favorite songs rght now:

 

 

Matisyahu- "King without a crown" (if you haven't heard it, I recommend it, It's got a cool twist to it)

Nonpoint- "Bullet with a name"

Blue October- "hate me"

Rob Zombie- "Foxy Foxy" (it has some of the stupidest lyrics I've ever heard, but it's a good jammin song so I like it anyway)

 

 

The forementioned "She don't like to play my kinda music"

Trace Atkins- Honkytonk Badonkadonk (I sing along everytime I hear it)

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General Lee, you are looking for Ray Scott. He is the singer of that song. He has a couple other good songs on his CD.

 

I also have Electric Rodeo in my player. I can't help crank a couple of the songs up, but I feel so immature when I do it. Reminds me of the 16 year old suburban white kid trying to act like he's from the ghetto. Anyways, I really like this CD ton's better than Shooter's last. I am a huge Waylon fan and Shooter is following right in the ranks.

 

The other CD I have in the player is Hank Willimas 3 "Straight to HELL" this cd is nothing I would play around small children or a very religious mother-in-law. It has many references to Alcohol, Drugs and Women. It is by far his best album yet and he really kicks a** in concert. :mad:

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Between my Home Stereo, Car CD player, Office Laptop, and my MP3s on this PC this is what I've listened to so far this week...

 

Gillian Welch - Live and Rare Cuts disc 2

Old Corw Medicine Show - OCMS

Led Zeppelin II

Metallica - Ride the Lightning

Mile Davis - Kind of Blue

Cream - Reunion 2005

Gov't Mule - Dose

Billy Goat Gruff - Wild and Overgrown

Johnny Cash - American IV

Green Day - American Idiot

Hackensaw Boys - Love What You Do

Slaid Cleaves - Broke Down

John Lee Hooker - Whiskey and Wimmen

The Beatles - White Album

Bob Dylan - John Wesley Harding

The Beatles - Abbey Road

Black Crowes - Three Snakes and a Charm

MD45 - The Craving

Nirvana - Nevermind

Etta Baker - with Taj Mahal

Allman Brothers - Eat A Peach

 

So far that's about it.

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For some good southern country/rock Hank Williams III is the best. Big fan of 70 and 80's

70's rock = Thin Lizzy, Rush, Kiss and Led Zeppelin :flag:

80's rock = Van Halen, The Police, Ratt, Ozzy... :cool:

Later

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Between my Home Stereo, Car CD player, Office Laptop, and my MP3s on this PC this is what I've listened to so far this week...

 

Gillian Welch - Live and Rare Cuts disc 2

Old Corw Medicine Show - OCMS

Led Zeppelin II

Metallica - Ride the Lightning

Mile Davis - Kind of Blue

Cream - Reunion 2005

Gov't Mule - Dose

Billy Goat Gruff - Wild and Overgrown

Johnny Cash - American IV

Green Day - American Idiot

Hackensaw Boys - Love What You Do

Slaid Cleaves - Broke Down

John Lee Hooker - Whiskey and Wimmen

The Beatles - White Album

Bob Dylan - John Wesley Harding

The Beatles - Abbey Road

Black Crowes - Three Snakes and a Charm

MD45 - The Craving

Nirvana - Nevermind

Etta Baker - with Taj Mahal

Allman Brothers - Eat A Peach

 

So far that's about it.

 

 

 

 

MD45 eh...I don;'t think I've ever met anyone who listened to that album. I can't say I've ever really heard anything from it. I'm a huge Dave Mustaine/Megadeth guy, but never really jammed it. Pretty good?

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MD45 eh...I don;'t think I've ever met anyone who listened to that album.  I can't say I've ever really heard anything from it.  I'm a huge Dave Mustaine/Megadeth guy, but never really jammed it.  Pretty good?

 

 

 

 

 

I love it. I think it's a great album. I'll burn you a copy and mail it to you if you want; just PM me with your address.

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I've been listening to Reckless Kelly as of late. I really like him. He's of the Texas country genre. You heard of him carneyman? I bet you'd like him.

 

I've also been listening to a lot of Pat Green and Radney Foster lately.

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