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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizards Sleeve View Post
    note the use of the word 'was'

    am sure Audrey Hepburn would not be so appealing now either.
    Everybody grows old. Photographs only remind you of when the sun was still drying your wings.
    If I was only born 40 years before I was, damn cosmos!

    Audrey Hepburn?

    aaahh give me Sophia Loren, Grace Kelly, Ava Gardener
    or Julie Christie, Peta Wilson does not compare!


    or does she?

    further investigation is, as always required.
    Ahh Julie Christie, Omar Shariff I would have done
    a better job than him in Dr Zhivargo!

    The women of the 60's make modern women look cheap.
    Grace is something learnt not bought.

    I consider the Princess of Denmark to be a noteable exception.

    Musicwise.....

    Im currently listening to Frank Sinatra- Live at live the sands.

    Robbie Williams recent Frank Sinatra impersonations are no comparison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ELSpeedo View Post
    Robbie Williams is no comparison.
    Yes I too much prefer Audrey Hepburn...

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    In relation to the singing talents of Frank Sinatra.
    Robbie Williams is a joke on coke.

    you sure love taking me out of context- lol

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    sorry - am just taking advantage of another opportunity to mention Audrey Hepburn again. you know we've never had a comparison thread with her and Jane Fonda c. Barbarella...



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    Comparison no worries!

    when Jane Fonda was in Barbarella that was verging on soft porn...

    as for Ursula Andress in Dr No
    If I was Sean Connery in that beach scene I probably could not control myself...

    Sophia Lorens cleavage - la dolce vita!

    Audrey Hepburn in- Love in the Afternoon(1957)... or anytime of the week...


    I agree Audrey Hepburn.

    and did I mention Brigitte Bardot?

    what a flirt she was!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sluthy View Post
    Heard that Paris Hilton song once...that was plenty. And she officially won't be touring her album as, recording label quote, "she is unable to perform the vocals live." When your label puts out a statement admitting you suck...you suck.

    And anything by the Crazy Frog author. We Are The $@#$ing Champions?!?
    I almost get homicidal when I hear that damn Crazy Frog. He sounds
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    Ministry- Corrosion

    From Psalm 69- possibly the finest industrial album ever created.
    Words summing up Psalm 69- relentless, frentic, fast and out of control.

    Well its in my top 5. Do not play on full blast from you car the speedo has a tendancy to wander right.
    There was no warning on the album and their should be! I need a German Autobahn to fully experience this album!

    Just one Fix and NWO are great on it as well. Such goodness to be had!
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    I like Psalm 69 also but it is nowhere near as good an industrial record as Tackhead tape time - you should try to check that out but make sure it's the Australian tour edition with "the Game" on it.

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    Currently im listening to The Killers' new album - Sam's Town, especially the song Whan You Were Young. I went out last night and heard a house remix to it...and it was awesome!

    Ive also got Wolfmother pumping out, i cant get enough of that album.

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    wolfmother - minds eye

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    What do you think of Sam's Town EXLR8? My opinion of that album changes depending on my mood.

    I'm currently back listening to my old favourite, The White Stripes, their self titled album. I love it, it's so, angry and raw. Can't get enough of them. If I get a littel tired of listening to any of their five albums I just find some live recordigns to listen to.

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    Havent listened to mush of Sam's town yet, just been listening to when you were young HEAPS!...computer has been down for the last 2 weeks..so ill have a better listen to it in the next couple of days...and plus the version i have doesnt have a very good bitrate...

    Oh yeah..and i cant get enough of the white stripes either!
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    Have just got the album "Peeping Tom" which is essentially Mike Patton, my favorite singer, most well known for his work in Faith No More, doing everything with a few guests.

    Is really good - it's not a rock album it's like a loungey/sexy sort of thing with all sorts of heavy bass and beats through it - really good, but not faith no more at all. His singing is of course a highlight on it.

    Similar to some of the NIN stuff (eg. 'where is everybody') or the Fin de Seicle album.

    Don't know what genre to give it - perhaps it creates one.. 'quality porno soundtrack music' might be applicable to it and FDS -that makes sense once you listen to it...

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    Presets- Beams at the moment. Also like NIN.

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    Rolling Stones- Paint It Black from the seminal Aftermath album. Jaggers version of sympathy for the devil is much better than the gunners version.:nerdy:

    & Concrete Blonde- Joey. rediscovering my old cds I found in the shed somewhere. Reminds you of your age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EXLR8 View Post
    Havent listened to mush of Sam's town yet, just been listening to when you were young HEAPS!...computer has been down for the last 2 weeks..so ill have a better listen to it in the next couple of days...and plus the version i have doesnt have a very good bitrate...

    Oh yeah..and i cant get enough of the white stripes either!
    Yeah, that song is epic, it's on almost every music channel as well. I like the album, it's really good but I probably would have been a little disappointed with it if I bought it

    Got a favourite WS song EXLR8?

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    A couple more recently got:
    Perfect Self by Stereomud - a couple of years old rock album - very strong but clear and intelligent - it's sort of going to have an appeal to Sevendust type followers but it's different (despite the brother of Sevendust original guiarist being the basist) Very good.

    Armageddon through your stereo by Bionic Jive. This is awesome - for me - My favorite muscial bands growing up are hc rap stuff like Public Enemy, 80's Run DMC, early 90's Ice Cube. And rock stuff like Sevendust, Korn etc... What this does is brings the two 2 styles together - not like a rock/rap hybrid like Linkin Park, Limp Bizkit etc but more like some rappers made some rhymes and some some rock band made some music and some producer stuck it together. WHich is perfect - it's hard and true right through - the hybrid stuff never got me - Hed PE is the only band I ever really carried off giving both styles the right treatment. This rocks - track called I killed I killed Lucifer in particular is a ripper.

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    Gorgoroth- Destoyer
    &
    Sacrimentum- The Manifestation
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    My Dying Bride-Heroin Chic
    &
    Emperor- The Wanderer

    Human Music is fascinating.
    O my keyboard brain is wondering.
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    and now for something completely different- ahh the duality of existence.

    Les Crane- Desiderata.

    More amusingly, National Lampoon recorded a devastating parody of "Desiderata," retitled "Deteriorata," on their 1972 album Radio Dinner.

    Parody is the ruse of the disenchanted romantic I thought. It can also make us laugh a bit about life as well.
    I like both actually.
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    Megadeth- Countdown To Extinction

    &

    Dixie Chicks- (don't shoot me- )- Godspeed(Sweet Dreams).

    I remember that playing out of loudspeaker in a Bushranger- once.

    Redgum- I was only 19. The live on is the best. Few bands sound better live but Redgum is one of the few execeptions.
    Cannot get that song out of my head at present.
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    Anyone like blues music? I apologise if any of the stuff you have mentioned is blues, as I'm not really familiar with much of it. And also a word of warning this could lead to me referring to the White Stripes a lot as they're quite bluesey, particularly their second album De Stijl. I'm sorry, but they are just so damn good! Well worth a listen I reckon. Im listening to that album right now. It's not usually one I play a lot but after not listening to it (as much as their others) for a while it's brilliant. Quite different to their first, which is very raw and angry (and also my favourite album), that's the best way to describe it.

    Also if you don't mind a hint of country, then chances are you might like them as well.
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    Blues Hmm White Stipes is ok but they take from much older school stuff.
    The best bluesey band in the charts at present but.

    T-Model Ford- Cut You Loose- deep sassy rocky blues. Louisiana style


    Chris Isaak- Worked It Out Wrong.
    Ben Folds Five- Underground.
    Carole King- Way Over Yonder
    Elvis Presley- I Was Born about 10,000 years ago.
    Nick Cave- Death is not the end

    I like roots-country bluegrass more
    The Highwaymen- The Devils Right Hand.
    Johnny Cash- Delias Gone (definetly not radio friendly. Johnny Cash had two sides after all.)
    Johnny Cash- Thirteen- that song makes me superstitious.

    :-Eminem eat your heart out.
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    I totally agree, they are not totally blues, and the few names that I recognise on your list are far more bluesy. But they do pull blues off quite well I think, particularly since it's not a genre that is much heard of nowdays. However I don't think it's fair to say they "take" (as in copy) from other, older musicians, more they are influenced heavily, namely Bob Dylan, whom Jack White is a big fan of, but their are others. I think Death Letter (originally by Son House) is a very good blues song of theirs (though it's a cover). And Ball & Biscuit is a great modern blues/rock song.

    I hate using the word modern, because most modern music nowdays is crap, though TWS came about in '98/'99 so they've been around a while.

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    Kenny Rogers- Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
    Catherine Britt- Drive In Movie
    George Jones- I've aged twenty years in five
    Troy Cassar Daly- When A Small Town Dies
    Patsy Cline- Back In Babys Arms
    Dixie Chicks- Travellin' Soldier

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    OK back up a bit you said blues right Don't get me wrong I like most of the music you mention and johnny cash is one of my all time hero's but for real blues go for
    Robert johnson a true legend
    The late great stevie Ray Vaughn Essential listening
    Eric Clapton Old slow hands
    The Jeff Healey band Blind guitarist from Road House
    The Blues Brother's The complete recordings
    Soundtrack from the movie "Crossroads"

    sorry possibly sound like a w**ker but I love this music and just think it is essential listening

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