• brykitch disse...
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    • Dez 6 2006, 19h57

    recommend an album to the user above you!

    look at what the person above you listens to, and based on that, suggest an album that you think they might like.

    • zinigor disse...
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    • Dez 7 2006, 9h50
    Oh, OK! Let's see.. Based on your list, I recommend you listen (if you haven't had already) to Hot Fuss. It will be a fourth in a row artist starting with "The" in your top artists list :)

    "Oh, sorry, I was taking life seriously!"
    - Bill Hicks
  • You could like Harmful's Counterbalance.
    I like this album and it's a tangent to your musical sphere.

    It's Evolution, Baby!
  • you might like meathole by venetian snares

    !
  • i think you should listen to Without a Sound.

    • Ingyr disse...
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    • Dez 13 2006, 16h38
    Try the albums 'youre a woman, i'm a machine' and 'romance bloody romance '(remix album) by death from above 1979, great music...

    • my53lf disse...
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    • Dez 13 2006, 18h54
    i would recommend you Shrink

    '+pü#
  • You seem to like Noisepop like Sonic Youth, and you like cheesy funk like CSS, so you should definately get the



    The Go! Team album. "Thunder Lighting Strike".

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    • Dez 13 2006, 22h00
    For bigdirtym I would recommend Mint Royale's 'On The Ropes' because you're a Go! Team fan and On The Ropes is bouncy bright and awesome too.

    Not too sure of their other stuff, though.

    On The Ropes

    • Ryz disse...
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    • Dez 14 2006, 0h12
    Blockhead - Downtown Science

    great instrumental hip-hop to chill to

    You can lead a horse to the water, but you can't make it drink
    You can lead a kid to the bookshelf, but you can't make him think
    • smezzer disse...
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    • Dez 14 2006, 0h39

    to ryz

    you seem to have some love for funk/soul, so i recommend the self titled meters album. opens with *officially* the most badass song ever in 'cissy strut'

    • Ryz disse...
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    • Dez 14 2006, 3h27
    i actually have a copy on vinyl, but thanks anyway!

    i see you have some british punk in your charts so to you i recommend "The Mating Sound of South American Frogs" by Peter & The Test Tube Babies.

    You can lead a horse to the water, but you can't make it drink
    You can lead a kid to the bookshelf, but you can't make him think
    • Horoma disse...
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    • Dez 14 2006, 21h11
    You can choose between :
    Time (experimental cyber pseudo-jazz from Japan) Discogs link
    Strange Attractor - Rorschach (experimental and jazzy) Discogs link
    Head Hunters (but I suppose you already know this) Discogs link

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  • Kidsturk said:
    For bigdirtym I would recommend Mint Royale's 'On The Ropes' because you're a Go! Team fan and On The Ropes is bouncy bright and awesome too.

    Not too sure of their other stuff, though.

    On The Ropes



    Aye, it's awesome! I prefer See You In The Morning though.

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    • Dez 16 2006, 1h21
    • PDon11 disse...
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    • Dez 16 2006, 17h29
    I guess

    Copeland - Eat, Sleep, Repeat

  • Dance baby, dance like the world is ending.
    Dance baby, dance cause the world is ending.
    AWOLNATION
    A Virtual Necessity

  • Dance baby, dance like the world is ending.
    Dance baby, dance cause the world is ending.
    AWOLNATION
    A Virtual Necessity
  • Do you know Notwist - Neon Golden?

    And Wanderspoon: I have Rossz Csillag Alatt Született, and I'll try Meathole. Thanks!

    It's Evolution, Baby!
    • PDon11 disse...
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    • Dez 18 2006, 2h27
    Have you heard Millionaire - Outside the Simian Flock

    its like Nine Inch Nails meets Prince.

    • brykitch disse...
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    • Dez 18 2006, 2h59
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    • Dez 18 2006, 7h20
    I would just generally recommend Sam Roberts

    ..specifically We Were Born In A Flame

    All around awesomeness...enjoy!

  • I would have to say Marquee Moon.

  • I'm thinking This is Stina Nordenstam by Stina Nordenstam, which is her most accessible album. If not maybe Dynamite, also by stina nordenstam...which is a lot darker and bjork-esque.

  • Radiodread- this is Radiohead's OK Computer album covered in Dub/reggae style. Very fulfiling, some of the songs are actually better i think (Lucky) and its always interesting to hear interpretations of songs we all know like No Suprises, Paranoid Android and Karma Police,

    let me know what you think,

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