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    Mocean Worker - Intothinair

    (pronounced "motion worker")

    EDIT:
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    Just started listening to this song. One of the best songs I've heard in a long time.
    Last edited by forkbomb; 9th August 2008 at 08:48 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tjvanwyk
    Mocean Worker - Intothinair

    (pronounced "motion worker")

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    Just started listening to this song. One of the best songs I've heard in a long time.
    This video is not available in your country.
    Can you believe it! Oh well, there are other ways and means....
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    Quote Originally Posted by adrianx
    This video is not available in your country.
    Can you believe it! Oh well, there are other ways and means....
    Aww. Too bad.

    The video is hilarious.
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    Originally posted by RupertPupkin:
    Right now I'm kickin' it old-skool, with some Stereo MC's: On 33, Human Being, and - of course - Connected (one of the coolest songs ever made...I wish youtube had the full version). Too bad no one makes that kind of cool blend of trip-hop/jungle/trance anymore.
    very true.. but massive attack is still doin' stuff, maybe tricky. DJ Krush has a couple tunes( zen and skin against skin) morcheeba has a more jazzy style but still cool. Everything But The Girl - Protection is a great song. Portishead recently released a new album but its not exactly trip-hop.

    Could you rattle off a few more of this genre to jog my memory, might have to talk to the songbird or see what's on the wire later

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    Currently listening to B52's Deadbeat Club, it just changed to Love Shack.

    I kept hearing this nice beat on my radio, I'm deaf, so I asked my niece what it was, so now I got this "the B-52's Time Capsule" Their greatest hits album.

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    pirate radio http://69.80.238.11:9018

    oops no it was

    1.FM - High Voltage http://66.220.3.52:8035

    yea, I know it's not a FOSS feed. What can I say, no one oss feeds you like are hard to find

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatMcLJr
    pirate radio http://69.80.238.11:9018

    oops no it was

    1.FM - High Voltage http://66.220.3.52:8035

    yea, I know it's not a FOSS feed. What can I say, no one oss feeds you like are hard to find

    Pat Jr.
    And here I thought you were referring to this Pirate Radio:
    http://www.amazon.com/Grand-Theft-Au.../dp/B00006SM8U

    (Yes, I own that album.)
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    According to this news article, there's a link between what you listen to, and personality.

    Hmmm. Well, knowing my musical tastes, that makes me a: hard-working, long-haired, uncreative, work-shy, sober, lacking self-esteem, introverted, outgoing, creative, at ease, not outgoing, high self-esteem, lacking self-belief, positive kind of person.

    Another breakthrough in modern psychology .....
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    I'm currently listening to Sting - Dream of the Blue Turtles.
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    Hmmmm.

    "The Thing" by Phil Harris
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    Recently been too lazy to muck about with playlists so I've just been listening to Virgin Radio Classic Rock station...

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    Well, good evening fellow music lovers.

    Tonight's play list includes some Stevie Wonder, a little Nina Simone and, for variety, some Joe Satriani - boy, that guy can play!

    Edit: If you're interested in listening to a bit of Joe, check these out (plus, he's touring the US & Canada in Oct/Nov 2008):
    Back to Shalla Bal
    One Big Rush
    Surfing with the Alien
    The Phone Call
    Last edited by Evil_Bert; 19th September 2008 at 04:15 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evil_Bert
    Nina Simone


    Been listening to "Sinnerman" quite a bit lately. Great song.
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