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  1. #21
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    Here is a link to a playlist of a lot of the songs i've been listening to lately. A lot of them were found from wakeboard/mountain bike/ski videos that I like.

    http://open.spotify.com/user/1291655...aoe2ahPw04NVSr

    If you don't have Spotify, it is pretty great (and free) to stream from your computer.
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  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandm View Post
    I can't think of the last time we played singles on the boat. use a lot of brianbass stuff. used beezo until it shut down and now use:
    http://www.house-mixes.com/mixes/Lat...mmercial-house

    can't remember who on here turned me onto that, but already have 40hrs of music downloaded for the upcoming season. everything from top40/club to rap to some great old 80's mixes of both dance and rock..

    just have to go through now and sort out the 18+ mixes for those times when there are kids at the dock next door..
    don't want to have the parents next to us calling me "that guy"
    So which artist are you are you really liking?
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  3. #23
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    Van Halen -- hot for teacher, runaround, finish what you started, top of the world
    AC DC -- meltdown, long way to the top
    Queens of the stone age -- no one knows
    barefoot bluejean night
    dirt road anthem
    everclear -- all songs
    rammstein -- du hast
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  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by lsvboombox View Post
    Iration - time bomb, summer nights, Turn around
    Stephen marley - pale moonlight
    Rebelution- more than ever,lazy afternoon,
    Glad I'm not the only one here that listens to good music.

    Add some Pepper, The Expendables, Bfoundation, Part One Tribe, Echo Movement, Ashes of Babylon, Slightly Stoopid, Ballyhoo, The Movement, and Subrosa Union to that and you got my playlist.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by New Guy View Post
    So which artist are you are you really liking?
    doesn't really matter. what matters to me more is the content of the music. really, anyone can learn to mix music. just grab the source, match up the bpm's and with a little practice, viola-you're there

    went through the list and only have more than one mix from 2 artists-djgeo and djmatch.. one is hiphop/bass and one is oldschool/metal..
    '06 Supra Launch 20SSV-gone but never forgotten

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    The one band not listed that everyone should take time to listen to are The Black Keys. Dont start with their new album, listen to both of the 'Brothers' CDs. I bet everyone will add them in more this summer. Old sounding rock/blues. If you haven't heard of them listen to: I got mine; Tighten up; Strange Times, Thirteen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandm View Post
    doesn't really matter. what matters to me more is the content of the music. really, anyone can learn to mix music. just grab the source, match up the bpm's and with a little practice, viola-you're there
    I know I say this every time it comes up but I now feel it has become my duty.

    I have yet to hear any mixed music that compares to GIRL TALK. The latest album "All Day" is 70 minutes long and made up of nearly 400 samples of music from the past 50 years.

    There it is for free .... http://illegal-art.net/allday/
    2006 Supra 24SSV

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattyg06 View Post
    The one band not listed that everyone should take time to listen to are The Black Keys. Dont start with their new album, listen to both of the 'Brothers' CDs. I bet everyone will add them in more this summer. Old sounding rock/blues. If you haven't heard of them listen to: I got mine; Tighten up; Strange Times, Thirteen.
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    yeah, Black Keys - I got Mine
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  9. #29
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    Default Reccomended Listening Thread...

    Quote Originally Posted by KG's Supra24 View Post
    I have yet to hear any mixed music that compares to GIRL TALK.
    I can't wait for another Girl Talk album but in the meantime check out The White Panda and Basic Physics.


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  10. #30
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    +1 The Naked and the Famous

    also:

    The Killers
    The Airborne Toxic Event
    Chiddy Bang
    M83
    Ratatat
    Most Country

    pretty random, but I will listen to most music

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