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[ACT] What have you been listening to lately?
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What are you listening to?
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Lately I've been mixing some songs from the show Nashville





with some darker stuff like The Long Haul by No





and Bloodlines by Barbarosa from the show Elementary.





Also I absolutely love this light stuff:





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Now that I finally fixed my stupid Mac and setup a second one in the basement, I pulled out some old Enigma. I forgot how passionate some of that was.

Heheheh, I also pulled some Janet Jackson into that abomination, itunes as well as the Ferngully Soundtrack. 

I was back into Porcupine Tree a week or so ago, but really listen to such eclectic music, it's hard to pin me down. 
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Right now I'm listening to this:
[video=youtube]http://youtu.be/8XrQs5zw3uU[/video]
So good!
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Passenger and the Duke album from Genesis
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Duke isn't a bad album, but I refuse to call them Genesis by this time. You have Genesis through The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway, Post-Genesis to take us to ...And Then There Were Three... (barely), and then That Other Band from Duke and on.
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They had albums after Duke?

Selling England By The Pound is probably my favourite.
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Definitely their peak, not that Lamb wasn't fantastic. Without a doubt, the weakest song on Selling England is "More Fool Me." What annoys me about the cd is that "The Cinema Show" and "Aisle of Plenty" are two separate tracks. On a poor player that inserts a pause between every track, the transition that should be seamless is now jarring.
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I'll have to check that. I guess I still hear the cassette in my head, even if the CD is playing.
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Actually I found my Duke disc and it does that but it might be the Mac inserting it.

One of the reasons I'm attached to Duke is that the old scratched up record was one of my first - and certainly near the first music even close to Rock I heard.

Even now, I can hear the skips and places the needle would get stuck in Guide Vocal and Duchess. That stuff never leaves me. Even on a CD, my brain hears the skip and I sing the same words over and over in my head.
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