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    Ministry's 'Bad Blood' is a long time fave


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    Really been digging on Tabla Beat Science and Broken Social Scene lately for chill out music (and walking music). For getting amped up, I've been into Blink-182. (Ahh, High school...)

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    Ooooo...Tabla Beat Science is wicked!

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    His equipment is high tech, but Jack Conte seems to be a primal type of guy in touch with his feelings. (And he looks sort of like a cave-man, too!) He's my new favorite musician this year:


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DGFEd...A97B0&index=10


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    Nice recommendation @dragonmamma. I'm diggin his videos. I need to brush up on my Massive Attack, too, it sounds like.


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    THIS album is amazing to do high-intensity workouts to. It makes me feel like I'm in the jungle about to go out on a hunt with a spear...


    Dennis Kia: Drum Beats of the Pacific


    http://www.amazon.com/Drum-Beats-Pac.../dp/B001JYO5CU


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    This is good sprinting music. Look at that little guy go!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MGQjyGT1-mc


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    I love Thrice's Alchemist Index, they all feel very organic to me, and a good mix of several genre's. Look 'em up!


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    i dunno how you all will receive this, but if you got an open minded 21 minutes+ 29 seconds to spare listen to track 9 "Time Ed"


    http://www.archive.org/details/moe2003-11-08.mg210.shnf


    not recommended for those who don't have the patience for jamband guitar solos. however those who do will be rewarded.


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