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Currently... Tom Waits - Mule Variations * The Twilight Sad - Fourteen Autumns And Fifteen Winters * Cap'n Jazz - Burritos, Inspiration Point..., etc * Billy Bragg - Back To Basics * Lifetime - Jersey's Best Dancers * Bear vs. Shark - Right Now, You're In The Best Of Hands. And If Something Isn't Quite Right, Your Doctor Will Know In A Hurry * Osker - Idle Will Kill * Alkaline Trio - Goddamnit * Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy * Braid - Frame And Canvas * American Football - American Football * Eels - Electro-Shock Blues * The Promise Ring - Nothing Feels Good * Elliott Smith - Either/Or * Explosions In The Sky - The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place * Q And Not U - No Kill No Beep Beep * Sigur Ros - Ágætis Byrjun * Latterman - ...We Are Still Alive * NOFX - So Long And Thanks For All The Shoes * None More Black - This Is Satire * Descendents - Milo Goes To College
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Andrew Jackson Jihad, Bomb The Music Industry!, Sigur Ros, Tom Waits, Eels, way too many more to mention.
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Milk, Eggs, Newer Jokes.
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Declan Patrick MacManus began having the time of his life on Wednesday, the 25th of August, 1954. He was the son and only child of trumpeter, vocalist and erstwhile bandleader Ronald (“Ross”) MacManus (born in Birkenhead, October 20, 1927) and record store manager Lillian MacManus. The MacManus family’s original association with music occurred quite literally by accident. Elvis' grandfather Patrick was an orphan – his father (Elvis' great-grandfather) John MacManus (who was an Irishman from County Tyrone who'd moved to England) was killed in an accident on the dockside in Birkenhead and Patrick's mother (Elizabeth Costello) didn't survive much longer herself. Patrick and his brothers got shipped off to an orphanage in Southall where they all learned to play musical instruments. Patrick later ended up in the British Army in Ireland and was shot in 1917 (I assume he didn't heed the warning he was given by his Irish mates – as retold by Elvis in his song "Any King's Shilling") but later recovered and played jazz on the luxury trans-Atlantic cruise ships "Georgic" and "Majestic" up until 1933. London to Liverpool Declan was born at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington in London, England. The family first lived in Olympia in Kensington (inner West London), and then moved to Twickenham, Middlesex, on the outskirts of West London, when Declan was seven. Declan later attended Hounslow Secondary Modern (high school) in the same area. Ross and Lillian then separated, and when Declan was sixteen, Lillian and Declan moved to Liverpool and he finished high school there, completing his “A Levels” (or University Entrance Exams) in English. Declan has four half-brothers courtesy of his father’s second marriage. At the time of Declan’s early childhood Ross was a featured vocalist with the Joe Loss Orchestra (Britain’s premier big band) and he used to bring home acetate recordings to practice the latest pop tunes. Declan loved to listen to these and other records, his favourite (
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09:20 PM on 08/02/07
HarlequinGal123
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my friend thinks you are sexy..
09:18 PM on 08/02/07
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you really have no respect for youngsters posting threads about what pops up into their mind. especially me. GEEZ!!
NO I WILL NOT SHUT THE FUCK UP!!
maybe you should go fuck yourself and then jump of a cliff.
08:42 AM on 07/12/07
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Oh yeah, definatley. Some of the songs I didnt care for so much at first have grown on me now. As of now, the only song on there I can say I dont like is "Murder." But some of my favorites are "Prodigal Son" (fucking great chorus, and some astounding oozin' ahs in there haha), Fields Of Mars, and Honest Goodbye (which I heard is actually based on the book "In Cold Blood".)

and thanks haha, glad you dig the new av. Greatest Story... has pretty much been my favorite CD in the world lately. In fact, a friend and I are starting up a new band and we both already agreed that itd be pretty sweet to cover a Larry Arms song live sometime. We're thinking either "Alert the Audience!" or "First Evection Notice."
07:13 AM on 07/11/07
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Yo Rob, whats up?
I rushed right out and got New Maps Of Hell yesterday. aside from "52 Seconds", "Murder" and "Scrutiny", Im loving it. those songs I listed are alright I guess, but just not really near as good as some of the other stuff on there (such as "Fields Of Mars", "New Dark Ages" and "Dearly Beloved" which are three of the best songs on there IMO)
10:16 PM on 05/08/07
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10:07 AM on 04/26/07
CellarGhosts
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Rob is awesomeness
04:57 PM on 03/25/07
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Rob's becoming one of my favourite people on ap:thumbsup:
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