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  1. hungrych

    Misheard Lyrics

    Wait it's not? Woah...
  2. I think you guys are missing the point of this list... just because a song is bad doesn't mean it can't be decade defining. Although it's a pretty dumb list
  3. The Best Thing Ever aka Preparing for Embryonic!
  4. Tool - Aenima Somehow I kind of missed the boat on Tool and never really heard them. I dig. Especially Maynard James Keenan's voice, which I think sounds pretty unique among metal voices.
  5. I dunno what you already have, so sorry if these are too obvious. Black Sabbath - Paranoid, S/T, (or any of their first 6 albums really) Heaven & Hell, The Mob Rules (these are both with Dio, which is different but equally awesome) Iron Maiden - Number Of The Beast, Powerslave Dio - Holy Diver I think Sabbath is even more important than most people realize... it's amazing how many of their songs have seemingly spawned entire subgenres of metal,
  6. Damn. "Panda" climbed into my favorite songs list in like 5 seconds... and that was just the opening track!
  7. I am strongly considering getting these as I need some better isolation (there are a billion fans going all the time in my dorm) than the HD600 can provide. How do they rate on the comfyness scale?
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    Perfect songs.

    The Flaming Lips - Do You Realize?? Pretty much sums up everything ever.
  9. I think this session was released under a bunch of different titles/leaders fwiw. Maybe one has better sound quality.
  10. The Roots Picnic - Totally fucking awesome. PE backed by The Roots and Antibalas was epic, The Black Keys tore shit up, Antibalas kicked ass, and The Roots closing set (with Gary Bartz!) showed that they can play fucking anything, even Sweet Child O Mine, and still sound great. Sadly TVOTR didn't have very good sound (maybe it was just cause I was far back), and everyone was really just waiting for The Roots at that point, but that's pretty much my only complaint. On friday was the NINJA tour. I wish NIN had played after, cause their shows are just exhausing. They just put so much into it, and kudos to their sound guy for keeping everything in the mix audible and distinguishable. Jane's Addiction was pretty good too, though everyone seemed a little too drained after the NIN set. I'd definitely put The Roots and Nine Inch Nails up there with The Flaming Lips as teh best non-Jazz live bands I've ever seen. If you get a chance to see any of them, don't pass it up!
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