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What are you listening to right now?

Discussion in 'Music' started by db, Aug 22, 2008.

  1. shoes

    shoes Well-Known Forumite

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    www.di.fm

    Anyone who's into drum and bass tune into that channel now, the set currenty playing is mind blowingly intense :D

    Edit: after this i'm gonna have a mix :slayer:
     
  2. db

    db #chaplife

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    The Cure - Close To Me :dance:


    edit: the remix, with the trumpets and shiz :D
     
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    Chase & Status - Pieces

    Their new album is quality :banana:

    Edit: Cheers Shoes, been meaning to ask you the name of that site for ages!
     
  4. db

    db #chaplife

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    aye, not bad at all.. "eastern jam" is absolutely amazing :slayer:
     
  5. MyCult

    MyCult SEO to the FACE

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    Not heard before at all so I listened to the youtube vid like and it's well good I’ve just been and <lie>bought</lie> the album going to give it a whirl
     
  6. Andreas Rex

    Andreas Rex Banned for smiling

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    Hehe....I've just done the same. I heard Eastern Jam a while back on late night Radio 1 and instantly liked it. Choon!

    You have heard it before MyCult...I played it at Benny G's party, at your house!
     
  7. MyCult

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    I may have been a tiny bit intoxicated that night. But yes mate Chase and Status is the shiz
     
  8. Furbal

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    Running is a damn good track too! Can anyone point me in the direction of similar dubstep type greatness?

    ps MyCult....that sig of yours is cheap, even for you!
     
  9. shoes

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    Yeah I played some Chase & Status that night too, and some Purple Unit - all good stuff. They have been playing lots of Brookes Brothers recently too on Radio 1, and Danny Byrd.
     
  10. shoes

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    Look up Rusko - Moaners
     
  11. MyCult

    MyCult SEO to the FACE

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    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=_yyaCwa3TOk

    Or

    http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4447699/Skream_-_Watch_The_Ride

    Or

    http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/4337918/FabricLive.37_-_Caspa__amp__Rusko


    and Furbal it's my sig and i'll do what i want to :P
     
  12. Furbal

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    MyCult you deserve a big shiny badge* for recommending the Skream album - it's all kinds of ace :up:

    *cider slush puppy
     
  13. MyCult

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    *Skream Stagga*

    a filthy CH00N sourced by DB = better copy found

    * also Dutch Flowers is wicked
     
  14. db

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    yeah, i don't know what's up with the retard who edited that video together.. he seems to have completely missed the point of This Is England and re-edited it into his own racist wet dream :roll:

    this is a better link for Skream - Stagger.. i didn't like it on first listen, but it's growing on me.. it's definitely "at home" music though, imo - i just don't see how people could enjoy this in clubs, unless they're all sitting down, lost in massive k-holes [​IMG]



    edit: this post now makes no sense lol.. just for reference, the original link mycult posted was of the same song, but the accompanying video was bits of the film This Is England edited together to form some kind of hateful racist diatribe inexplicably set to a dubstep soundtrack.. at the time, i believe this was the only version of Stagger on youtube, so it wasn't mycult's fault.. anyway, it's gone now, so let's all just move on..
     
  15. MyCult

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    10/10 Bob, skill point given for the proper copy. This is worth growing on you man... Get that sub up a notch or three and enjoy :P

    * changed the original link to the one DB found
     
  16. Mrs M

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    I went from hating this to absolutely loving it. Best at high volume.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=HJEySrDerj0
     
  17. shoes

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    I see the point of it but its not something I would chose to put on to be honest, although it may grow on me like it grew on you!

    Here's another song with a message, again rather powerful: http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=AuK2A1ZqoWs

    Actually, it's excellent!
     
  18. DaveDon'tRave

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    In no way do I mean to rude, each to their own. But I think...

    The Cranberries Suck.

    I liked the 1st album and bits of the 2nd when I was little doh eyed tw*t, and I still must admit some are good songs. But after that they wnt sh*t, the peak of which was probably 'Salvation'.

    Even though Sinead O'Connor became a priest, it could easily have been Delores or DeLorean, or whatever her name was...
     
  19. Mrs M

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    I can't agree or disagree with you because the only Cranberries songs I really know are 'Zombie' and 'Linger' http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=BPLXJAWUnwI&feature=channel another excellent song apart from those I can't think of any others that stick in my mind. Sinead O'Connor the same, Nothing compares to you was excellent ,better than Prince who I beleive wrote it, but I didn't rush out and buy her album. I don't get too deep, I just know when I like a good song. Imo. I don't know if anybody agrees with me but I think Diana on X factor sings very much like the Cranberries singer.
     
  20. Mrs M

    Mrs M Well-Known Forumite

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    I have to agree with you here, had to listen to it a couple of times.

    To add a bit of light heartedness though also a another message, still brings a tear to my eye.

    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=HmL3m2zcoOI
     

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