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    Default What's rocking your world right now?

    Hey forumers,

    Just a thread asking to list what you've been wearing out in your CD player (or iPod or other mp3 player) as of late. List as many or as few songs or albums as you want.

    I'll go first; in no particular order:

    Prince: Baby I'm A Star
    Prince: Little Red Corvette
    Linus Loves: Stand Back (a cover of the 1983 version by Stevie Nicks)
    OutKast: Hey Ya! (natch)
    OutKast: The Way You Move
    Norah Jones: New York City (from the EP of the same name)
    Alicia Keys: Karma
    David Gray: Babylon 2
    Led Zeppelin: Trampled Underfoot
    Led Zeppelin: Whole Lotta Love
    Ayumi Hamasaki: Surreal (Japanese pop star; huge here on campus)
    Ayumi Hamasaki: Evolution (It seems that Jpop has more staying power than its American counterpart)
    Do As Infinity: Fukai Mori (more Jpop)
    Fleetwood Mac: Thrown Down
    Stevie Nicks: Planets of the Universe - Tracy Young Club Mix (over 10 minutes of electronica nirvana; I especially like it because Tracy Young debuted this at the now-defunct Sound Factory in Manhattan)
    Tori Amos: A Sorta Fairytale
    Sirhan Sirhan: Suns of Ann(e) (A local group here at NYU that played at CBGB's recently as part of the Gallatone release party. Gallatone is an independent compilation of various musical groups who attend NYU's Gallatin School of Individualized Study)

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    I like Prince and OutKast as well. Lately, I've been listening to the following CDs:

    Peter Gabriel - Security
    Pink Floyd - Pulse
    Radiohead - OK Computer
    Seal - Seal IV
    Tears For Fears - Raoul and the Kings of Spain
    Thomas Newman - Angels in America Soundtrack

    I'm hoping Pink Floyd will record at least one more studio album, and I'm very much looking forward to Tears for Fears' upcoming reunion album.

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    Nothing. But last time things were playing, it was John Mayer with things like Georgia, Neon, Back to You, 1983, St. Patrick's Day, and City Love.

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    Lately, I've been very into Lucky Boys Confusion-It's like Rock, Punk, Ska, and some Reggae.

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    I love Kanye West-"All Falls Down"
    Twista-"Celebrity Overnight"

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    I was listening to Van Halen's 5150 earlier (before you ask, I prefer the Roth years).

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    In my Cd-player is the blues !
    Like Mighty Sam Mc Lain or B.B.King.

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    I would have to say its Third Eye Blind, their self titled CD. I have cut back a little on others due to the download scare, maybe i should start to pay again. :? Yeah, I have been into outkast but lately i've been over them. I like J-pop too, but i am not as dedicated as some and don't know any names.

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    Listening to the Funky Meters, preparing for Jazzfest in New Orleans next week.

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    Last few weeks been listening to:

    Stereolab
    Luna
    Luscious Jackson

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    Brahm's 4th symphony
    Elgar's Enigma Variations
    Mahler's 3rd (last movement)
    Joseph Kraus Symphony in C minor
    Debussy Images Book 2
    Piano Music of Federico Mompou

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