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Another one that blows me away:

Cat Power does Bob.

Also, Los Lobos' Del Este de Los Angeles, which is their first, self-released album. Basically, the tape they'd pass around to get gigs at Chicano weddings and parties. I know jack about Hispano-American music, but this shiznit sounds awesome to me.

El Canelo on Sesame Street, cabron!
Flor de Huevo
Cielito Lindo


drunken_nomad wrote:

and one that could be in that other thread of great covers...Volbeat - I Only Want To Be With You.

Volbeat does Dusty.

Or who knows which version they got it from, but this is my fave.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Cat Power does Somebody(?)

I was under the impression that Jukebox was an all-covers album, but I have no idea who does +80% of these songs. As a hardcore rock nerd with a taste for the pedantic, I gotta say, I'm f$~@ing impressed.

Anyway, that obviously leads to: Aretha does Bacharach.

Please excuse me while I cry.

She has an album called "The Covers Record" that is all covers of more recognizable music. Jukebox is all covers except for two tracks, but it's all old country, gospel and divas (there's a Billie Holiday cover, for one). So, a bit more obscure if you're more into rock and relatively newer stuff.


I only recognized Sinatra, Hank Williams and Dylan. Of course, she reshapes them so much, I didn't even realize "I Believe in You" was Bob until about the eighth listen!


Mothman wrote:


The Black Keys – Lonely Boy

I'll have to ask my roommate if he has this album. I know he's got some, but I doubt he's got the new one. Cute video.

Who's Laura Marling? She from down your way?

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She's British, but she's out our way at the moment. I'm hoping to go to an acoustic gig she's doing on Wednesday in Sydney, but I probably won't get tickets.

Here’s another, less recent one of hers: Ghosts.


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band - "Born in the USA"

I was going to link "Born in East L.A.," but it appears that the official video has been removed from youtube. :(

It's not a Datsun, it's a Chevrolet!


Mothman wrote:

St Vincent – Cruel

Another one I can link because I own other albums by her. But, now that I've got it linked, I have heard this before. God, I hope I didn't already link this--my memory lapses can be pretty powerful sometimes!


Here's what I've been listening to constantly lately:

The Pearl by Medieaval Babes.


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

St. Vincent--Marry Me

If you wanted to hear more Kate Bush albums made by people who aren't Kate Bush, check out St. Vincent.

Which isn't entirely fair--this is a beautiful album.

Now, Now live

Jesus Saves

Landmines

St. Vincent--"Cruel" live

Mothman's post has led to me watching St. Vincent videos for at least two of the last 17 hours.


Lecturing the young Fawtlie Refugees about A Clockwork Orange made me have to bust out the Ode to Joy.

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Ani DiFranco - "Falling is Like This"
The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem - "The Rising of the Moon"
The Blarney Lads - "The Wild Rover" (traditional)
Bob Dylan - "Like A Rolling Stone"
Bob Dylan - "All Along the Watchtower"
Lee 'Scratch' Perry - "Chase The Devil"
Lemuria - "Wise People"
H20 - "Sick Boys" (cover)
Fu Manchu - "Six Pack" (cover)
Black Flag - "Out Of This World"
Social Distortion - "Sick Boys"
Social Distortion - "Ball and Chain"
Social Distortion - "Faithless"
Of Monsters and Men - "Little Talks"
Richard Thompson - "King of Bohemia"
Coheed and Cambria - "The Broken"
Coheed and Cambria - "Welcome Home"
Coheed and Cambria - "Here We Are Juggernaut"
Kyle Lang - "November Son"
Richard Shindell - "Your Guitar"
Richard Shindell - "Darkness Darkness" (cover)
Living Illusion - "Break Me" (cover)
Tom Lehrer - "Masochism Tango"
Jeremy Soule - "Nerevar Rising (Morrowind theme reprise)"
Dar Williams - "Calling the Moon"


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

The Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem - "The Rising of the Moon"

Tom Lehrer - "Masochism Tango"

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System Of A Down – Chop Suey
The Streets – Don’t Mug Yourself
The John Butler Trio – Better Than
Garbage – Only Happy When It Rains
Miike Snow – Animal
Hilltop Hoods – Recapturing the Vibe Restrung
REM – Drive
Flight of the Conchords – Think About It
Violens – Acid Reign
Korn – It’s On!
Operator Please – Just A Song About Ping Pong
The Vines – Get Free
Joy Division – Love Will Tear Us Apart
Rocket Science – Being Followed
Nirvana – Where Did You Sleep Last Night
The Killers – When You Were Young
Foo Fighters – Friend Of A Friend
Regurgitator – My Friend Robot
Flight Of The Conchords – Robots
Tool – Lateralus
Death Cab For Cutie – I Will Possess Your Heart
The Cure – Close To Me
The Panics – Don’t Fight It
Lenny Kravitz – Are You Gonna Go My Way
Josh Pike – Lines On Palms

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

St. Vincent--Marry Me

If you wanted to hear more Kate Bush albums made by people who aren't Kate Bush, check out St. Vincent.

Which isn't entirely fair--this is a beautiful album.

Now, Now live

Jesus Saves

Landmines

St. Vincent--"Cruel" live

Mothman's post has led to me watching St. Vincent videos for at least two of the last 17 hours.

Heh. It may well have been your post that led me to St Vincent. Full circle.


Whoever is to blame, I am quickly becoming obsessed.

St. Vincent does the Fab Four

If you get bored with her blather (I didn't), you can skip ahead to 3:00 for the rocking.

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Pinn Panelle - "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites" (cover)
Cockney Rejects - "Oi! Oi! Oi!"
Menace - "G.L.C."
Robert Ridihalgh - "King Arthur and the Knights of Justice theme"
Pearl Jam - "Better Man"
Sublime - "Badfish"
Nirvana - "In Bloom"
Dave Matthews Band - "Grace is Gone"
Roy Orbison - "In Dreams"
FloJamz99 - "Doomzday (Death of Superman rap)"
Julius Fucik - "Entry of the Gladiators"
Slipknot - "Duality"
Edguy - "New Age Messiah"
Edguy - "Lavatory Love Machine"
Ozma - "Bad Dogs"
Ozma - "Eponine"
The Irresponsibles - "Break Me"
The Irresponsibles - "Pretty Boy"
Social Distortion - "Sick Boys"
Social Distortion - "Let It Be Me"
The Eagles - "Hotel California"
Gipsy Kings - "Hotel California (Spanish version)" (cover)
Motorhead - "Heroes"
Manowar - "Fighting the World"
Body Count - "Cop Killer"

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Portugal. The Man – So American
Oliver Tank (featuring Fawn Myers) – Embrace
Regurgitator – One Day
Foster The People – Waste
Ellesquire – Chasing The Pay
Busby Marou – Biding My Time
Spank Rock (featuring Santigold) – Car Song
Angus Stone – Broken Brights
Trentemoller (featuring Ane Trolle) – Moan
Kaiser Chiefs – Little Shocks
The Last Kinection – Are We There Yet?
The Getaway Plan – The Reckoning
The 2 Bears – Ghosts & Zombies
Grimes – Genesis
Emma Louise – Jungle
Tame Impala – It Is Not Meant To Be
Glass Towers – Jumanji
Mastodon – Curl Of The Burl
Supergrass – Pumping On Your Stereo
Feist – The Bad In Each Other
Feist – How Come You Never Go There (Beck remix)
Devin – You’re Mine
The Kooks – Is It Me (live)
Owl Eyes – Raiders


this!

Sovereign Court

LANA DEL REY !

Now, that's some woman with a voice !

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Stereofm wrote:

LANA DEL REY !

Now, that's some woman with a voice !

Ah, the queen of Hollywood Sadcore. She is cool.

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Goodnight Tiger – Jump Down
Band Of Skulls – Bruises
The Shins – Simple Song
Fever Ray – Seven
Kasabian – Days Are Forgotten
Eddy Current Suppression Ring – Anxiety
Django Django – Default
The 2 Bears – Get Together
Jack Ladder And The Dreamlanders – Cold Feet
Lanie Lane – Oh Well, That’s What You Get Falling In Love With A Cowboy
The Cast Of Cheers – Family
Nantes – Fly
Parachute Youth – Can’t Get Better Than This
Rise Against – Give It All
Tinpan Orange – Barcelona
Outkast – Ms. Jackson
Robortom (featuring Au Revoir Simone) – Paganini Rocks
Chiddy Bang – Ray Charles
LCD Soundsystem – Home
Active Child – Sweet Dreams (cover, live)
SBTRKT featuring Little Dragon – Wildfire
Seth Sentry – My Scene
Andrew W.K. – Party Hard
Jack White – Love Interruption


Here's a video I've been posting all over the boards, so I might as well do it here, too.

M.I.A.--"Bad Girls"


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Blur – Coffee And TV
Also, you've been listening to "Video Games" a lot, which is understandable since it's a good song, but here's another Lana Del Rey track to break up the monotony.

Mothman, Drunken Nomad and I have been on the Lana Del Rey tip for a long time. 'Cuz we be hip, mo'fo'! Hold on, I'm going to go get my raybans...


Somewhat amusing article about that great band Dungeons & Dragons.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Somewhat amusing article about that great band Dungeons & Dragons.

Heh. Nice.

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I think I'm in love with Drive Like Jehu.

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Crystal Castles – Crimewave
Surkin – Ultra Light
Regurgitator – Black Bugs
Chiddy Bang – Opposite Of Adults
Grouplove – Love Will Save Your Soul
Floatingme – Spirals
Radiohead – Little By Little
The Rubens – Lay It Down
Dead Letter Circus – Big
Death Cab For Cutie – You Are A Tourist
Bear Hands – Crime Pays
The Vasco Era – Child Bearing Hips
Matt Corby – Brother
Mr Little Jeans – The Suburbs
Big Scary – Leaving Home
Beastie Boys – Nonstop Disco Powerpack
Tijuana Cartel – White Dove
Them Swoops – Work
Adalita – Hot Air
You Am I – Rumble
Belle & Sebastian – Step Into My Office, Baby
Peter Bjorn and John – It Don’t Move Me
Full Tote Odds – Southern Wind

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Ladytron – Seventeen
Jack White – Love Interruption
Step-Panther – Rock And Roll Alone
Rat Vs Possum – Fat Monk
Kimbra – Settle Down
San Cisco – Rocket Ship
The Decemberists – This Is Why We Fight
Canyons – When I See You Again
The Big Pink – Hit The Ground (Superman)
Felicity Groom – Siren Song
Ladyhawke – Black, White and Blue
Florence and the Machine – Drumming Song
SBTRKT featuring Sampha – Hold On
Sharon Van Etten – Serpents
SBTRKT featuring Little Dragon – Wildfire

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Boots Randolph and "Spider" Rich - "Yakety Sax"
The HammerHeads - "Everybody Gets Laid Tonight"
Beastie Boys - "Triple Trouble"
Pylon - "Stop It"
Pylon - "Volume"
Talk Talk - "It's My Life"
Talk Talk - "After the Flood"
The Ruts - "In A Rut"
The Ruts - "Babylon's Burning"
The Ruts - "Society"
The Ruts - "Staring at the Rude Boys"
The Kills - "Superpowerless"
Drive Like Jehu - "Caress"
Drive Like Jehu - "New Math"
Drive Like Jehu - "O Pencil Sharp"
Rollins Band - "Move Right In (live session outtake)" (cover/mashup)
Refused - "This Trust Will Kill Again"
Refused - "New Noise"
Refused - "Circle Pit"
Refused - "Pump the Brakes"
Agent Orange - "Bloodstains"
Agent Orange - "Everything Turns Grey"
Colin Hay - "How Long Will It Last"
Colin Hay - "Beautiful World"
Colin Hay - "Overkill"


I don't know if it's because he listens to newer music, or that he listens to Australian music, but Mothman is my weak spot, so I'm going to skip most of his lists and jump to:

Mothman wrote:
Ladyhawke – Black, White and Blue

which I've never heard, but I did enjoy her debut.

Which gives me more time to link The Eldritch Mr. Shiny!

The Ruts--"Babylon's Burning"

Agent Orange--"Bloodstains"

EDIT: WTF, they cut off the last half second?!? Lame!


Yeah. Between Mothman and my friend Jarek, I get all kinds of new music ideas. Jarek's been getting into the Tubes (old school) and

Intergalactic Lovers

Buck Satan and the 666 Shooters

Black Veil Brides (which I really liked the first time around when they were called Motley Crue!!) But Beezlebub bless em for keeping up the cockrock thing going! Ive got this one in the car right now.

and the one Ive been listening to a LOT this week Teenage Bad Girl

and the Drive soundtrack. Have you seen this movie yet? Dam it is cool!


drunken_nomad wrote:

Intergalactic Lovers

I like this. Haven't listened to the others yet.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

I don't know if it's because he listens to newer music, or that he listens to Australian music, but Mothman is my weak spot,

Ha! Probably a bit of both. I’ll try to link some of the better ones if I have a chance.

Speaking of new music, I can’t believe that I seem not to have been listening to any of Cloud Nothings’ new stuff while I’ve been browsing the message boards. Gark the Goblin is on to them though I think. It’s pretty awesome, and very different to their last record.

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As promised.

Reguritator – Black Bugs – These guys are an Australian alt rock / hip hop / electronic band who had their heyday in the late 90s.
FLOATINGME – Spirals – Australian prog rock band, formed a couple of years back made up of members of other Aussie hard rock and metal bands.
Tijuana Cartel – White Dove – Australian dance / electronic act.
Ladytron – Seventeen – British electronic band, this is one of the earlier songs (early 2000s).
Jack White – Love Interruption – The new Jack White song.
Kimbra – Settle Down – She’s an Australian based Kiwi alt/pop/soul singer.
SBTRKT – Wildfire (featuring Little Dragon) – British DJ / producer. This song features Sweden’s Little Dragon (or at least the lead singer, Yukimi Nagano).

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Muse – Thoughts Of A Dying Atheist
DZ Deathrays – No Sleep
Peter Bjorn and John – Breaker Breaker
Emma Louise – Jungle
Seth Sentry – My Scene
Simian Mobile Disco – Audacity of Huge
The Getaway Plan – The Reckoning
Cloud Nothings – Wasted Days
Parachute Youth – Can’t Get Better Than This
The Grates – Like You Could Have It All
Grizzly Bear – Two Weeks
Chase & Status – Blind Faith
Grimes – Genesis
Cults – Oh My God
Cornershop – Brimful Of Asha (Norman Cook remix)
Last Dinosaurs – Zoom
Sia – Buttons (CSS remix)
Band Of Skulls – Bruises

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Dave Matthews - "Dodo"
Dave Matthews - "Some Devil"
Dave Matthews - "Oh"
Dave Matthews - "Stay Or Leave"
Dave Matthews - "An' Another Thing"
Bad Religion - "American Jesus"
Bad Religion - "I Love My Computer"
Mike Oldfield - "Amarok" (all movements)
Carlos Valera - "Una Palabra"
The Black Keys - "Gold on the Ceiling"
Refused - "The Shape of Punk to Come (live)"
James Sutter - "Do Your F~~&ing Dishes"
James Sutter - "The Senator: Evil League of Evil Application"
Intergalactic Lovers - "Fade Away"
Intergalactic Lovers - "Queen of the Sighs"
Gear Daddies - "I Wanna Drive the Zamboni"
Chris Trapper - "Every Time I See You"
Madball - "All or Nothing"
Brandon Nohr - "Trashy Women" (cover)
Jerry Jeff Walker - "I Feel Like Hank Williams Tonight" (cover)
Jerry Jeff Walker - "Long Long Time" (cover)
Quiet Riot - "Cu m On Feel The Noize" (cover)
Quiet Riot - "Bang Your Head (Metal Health)"
Buzzcocks - "Ever Fallen In Love"
Buzzcocks - "What Do I Get"


To wake up on this cold gray Friday...

Zambonis - Hockey Monkey


drunken_nomad wrote:

and the one Ive been listening to a LOT this week Teenage Bad Girl

Hee hee!

That video is delightfully f!&@ed up!


Mothman wrote:

As promised.

Ladytron – Seventeen – British electronic band, this is one of the earlier songs (early 2000s).

I like them.


drunken_nomad wrote:

To wake up on this cold gray Friday...

Zambonis - Hockey Monkey

Hee hee! That song is inspired Zen moronicsm good fun, but that video was brilliance!


Please indulge me as I post a bunch of links here for easier access.

The Fugs

KRS-One

The Staples Singers

St. Vincent

Rufus Thomas


The Nipple Erectors--"So Pissed Off"

I am a huge Shane MacGowan fan, and although I haven't listened to my Pogues records in a while, I have been grooving to his first band.


Through the power of modern technology, I can be listening to college radio stations one minute, and then watching the video the next!

Tuneyards (or however they do it)--"Gangsta"

When I was listening to it, I assumed it was a female African chorus over some funky beats. Imagine my surprise!


The Persuaders--"It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate"

I was gonna post this on the Male Privilege thread, but even I can't troll all the time.


BBC Radio 4 programme on Quantum physics

Quantum Theory and why God does play dice

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00kwcqm

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Einstein's Annus Mirabilis, Dr Brian COX evaluates the effect his work has on scientists today, who are studying the confusing world of quantum mechanics.

Particle Physicists trying to discover how the very first atoms formed at the beginning of the universe, through to quantum theorists and those working on a unified theory of everything all cite Einstein as a major influence. And his theories remain unchallenged to this day.

Brian also visits the University of Vienna where scientists are "teleporting" bits of information, following thought experiments first proposed by Einstein in the 1930s.

Brian Edward Cox, OBE (born 3 March 1968), is an English particle physicist, a Royal Society University Research Fellow and a professor at the University of Manchester.[1] He is a member of the High Energy Physics group at the University of Manchester, and works on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)[2][3] at CERN, near Geneva, Switzerland. He is working on the R&D project of the FP420 experiment in an international collaboration to upgrade the ATLAS and the CMS experiment by installing additional, smaller detectors at a distance of 420 metres from the interaction points of the main experiments.[4]
He is best known to the public as the presenter of a number of science programmes for the BBC. He also had some fame in the 1990s as the keyboard player for the pop band D:Ream.

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Through the power of modern technology, I can be listening to college radio stations one minute, and then watching the video the next!

Tuneyards (or however they do it)--"Gangsta"

When I was listening to it, I assumed it was a female African chorus over some funky beats. Imagine my surprise!

I think this may be the most obnoxious song of the year so far...

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

The Persuaders--"It's a Thin Line Between Love and Hate"

I was gonna post this on the Male Privilege thread, but even I can't troll all the time.

OK, now we're back to awesome music. You had me worried there for a minute.

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Rollins Band - "Ghostrider"
Danzig - "UnderBelly of the Beast"
Twisted Sister - "We're Not Gonna Take It"
Lucero - "My Best Girl"
Lucero - "Drink Till We're Gone"
Iron and Wine - "Red Dust"
Slade - "C um On Feel The Noize"
Foreigner - "Hot Blooded"
Bob Dylan - "The Times They Are A-Changin'"
DeVotchKa - "The Clockwise Witness"
Gin Blossoms - "Lost Horizons"
Gin Blossoms - "Cajun Song:
Guster - "Barrel of a Gun"
The Rumour Said Fire - "The Balcony"
DarkMateria - "The Picard Song" (Star Trek remix)
Alyssa Rodriguez and Alaina Bevilacqua - "Trouble" (cover)
Bullet For My Valentine - "Forever and Always"
Bullet For My Valentine - "Hit the Floor"
Bullet For My Valentine - "Hearts Burst Into Fire (acoustic)"
Seether - "Never Leave"
Seether - "Fade Away"
Against Me! - "Wagon Wheel"
Evens - "Vowel Movements"
Evens - "Cut From the Cloth"
Evens - "Shelter Two"


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Aaargh! I've been trolled...and by Mr. Shiny!

[Makes note to pull out his skronky free-jazz and African funk records]

EDIT: Next time I'll link the ones where she's playing a ukelele!

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