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Postby the pyromaniac on Sat Apr 01, 2006 1:56 pm

So what's everybody listening to lately? Here's my list of current favorites getting heavy rotation in my CD player, some well known and some not so much.

POD "The Warriors EP vol. 1&2", "The Fundamental Elements of Southtown"

Blindside "The Great Depression", "Silence", "Blindside 1997", "A Thought Crushed My Mind"

Alice Cooper "The Last Temptation"

Third Day "Wire"

Gretchen "Mouth Full of Nails", "In the Mean Time" (those of you who are in the same geographic area as me and Normus will likely recognize them as a local artist.)

Chasing Tomorrow "Vein Tears EP" (some old friends of ours from Roanoke, VA, and one of the hardest-core of all hardcore bands I've ever heard!)

TobyMac "Momentum"

Disciple "Rise Up" (also a local artist)
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Postby tigerguy786 on Sat Apr 01, 2006 3:19 pm

if i could listen to music all the time, im not allowed to listen to it in my dorm however...heh, oh well.

if i could:

Relient K "Mmhmm" "Anatomy of Tongue in Cheek"

Newsboys "Adoration" "Shine" "Thrive" "He Reigns: Worship Collection"

Skillet self titled album

Kutless self-titled and "Sea of Faces"

If i had it I'd listen to Thousand Foot Krutch 'Phenomenon" but I have since lost it, well my friend lost it...

that's all i can think of right now...
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Postby rttmongoosemike on Sat Apr 01, 2006 4:34 pm

I'm a hymn guy myself. Lately I've been switching back and forth between a CD of various hymns and Handel's Messiah.
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Postby the pyromaniac on Sat Apr 01, 2006 5:32 pm

I got no beef with hymns, and I totally feel that there's a place for them. They're just not my musical cup o' tea.
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Postby Skyfire on Sat Apr 01, 2006 5:38 pm

This is over the past two weeks:

Nelson - After The Rain

Soundtrack - Lost Universe, vol. 1

Sountrack - .Hack//Sign anime
a whole bunch of midi files.
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Postby ColtsFan76 on Sat Apr 01, 2006 6:13 pm

I am not much of a CD person because I am always on the go. Since I help finacially support this radio station, http://shine.fm/, I have them on in my truck almost constantly. Just about everyone on there I like: Barlow Girls, SuperChic, Third Day, 4th Avenue Jones, Pillar, Stellar Kart, Kutlass, KJV2
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Postby Normus on Sun Apr 02, 2006 3:29 am

I'd say i could pretty much cut and paste the selections of the Pyro, only i would adding the following to my heavy rotation list.

"The Berry Vest" by the Swirling Eddies
and "Panic" by Magnified Plaid (a.k.a. MXPX)
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Postby RevSears on Mon Apr 03, 2006 1:57 pm

Dc Talk, Toby mac, Kirk franklin, pillar and kutlass are my most listend to right now. I have a lot of mixs that have various people on it that my wife had when we got married, so there are several small time bands i listen to. I also have several cds from more local bands.
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Postby andrwfields on Mon Apr 03, 2006 4:47 pm

I found a site called Pandora

It's an awesome site. They ask you what song or artist you like, and they play that (if they have it, and they usually do) plus all the songs that the generator can come up with that are similar to it.

I plugged in Jeremy Camp, and now I have an awesome Christian music line-up![/url]
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Postby the pyromaniac on Mon Apr 03, 2006 7:31 pm

Normus wrote:"The Berry Vest" by the Swirling Eddies


I can't believe I forgot this one... It's a classic!
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Postby the pyromaniac on Sat Jun 03, 2006 11:48 am

I have another one to share with everybody.

Showbread "No Sir, Nihilism is Not Practical"
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Postby PoetFlint on Tue Jun 06, 2006 12:30 pm

I don't listen to alot of music, I have a hard time finding stuff I like.
Anyway the christian stuf that I've been listening to:
X-Sinner
Pillar-Fireproof
Petra-Praise
Lulu Roman

if anybody out there knows of any current christian bands that sound like AC/DC or even rock old school or good Metal (not the hardcore deep scream sound) let me know, It's hard to get into music taht you don't like the style of no matter how good thge messege.
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Postby Matthew on Tue Jun 06, 2006 1:34 pm

Shaun McDonald
Jeremy Camp- Live, Unplugged
Story Side B

that's a few that I've been listening to as of late
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Postby the pyromaniac on Tue Jun 06, 2006 3:57 pm

PoetFlint wrote:if anybody out there knows of any current christian bands that sound like AC/DC or even rock old school or good Metal (not the hardcore deep scream sound) let me know, It's hard to get into music taht you don't like the style of no matter how good thge messege.


Disciple has a Jackyl meets AC/DC kinda sound. You might also check out their good friends Nailed and Gretchen, all of whom are local bands to the area where I live (southwest Virginia, northeast Tennessee).

noRmus and I are probably the guys to ask about that style of music anyway... :)
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Postby PoetFlint on Thu Jun 08, 2006 4:59 pm

the pyromaniac wrote:
PoetFlint wrote:if anybody out there knows of any current christian bands that sound like AC/DC or even rock old school or good Metal (not the hardcore deep scream sound) let me know, It's hard to get into music taht you don't like the style of no matter how good thge messege.


Disciple has a Jackyl meets AC/DC kinda sound. You might also check out their good friends Nailed and Gretchen, all of whom are local bands to the area where I live (southwest Virginia, northeast Tennessee).

noRmus and I are probably the guys to ask about that style of music anyway... :)


Again we cross paths...lol thanks for the heads up, I'll check them out.
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