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 What do you listen to apart from Soul Asylum? 
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Aside from the Seu Jorge album of acoustic Bowie covers that's been practically glued to my stereo for the last 6 months ('The Life Aquatic Studio Sessions'), I'm usually listening to The Delgados (and former singer Emma Pollock), Pixies, The Beatles, Placebo, Faith No More, old school R'n'B and soul (you know, the usual: Otis, Marvin, Wilson, Stevie...), Deftones, Underworld, Rival Schools, Orbital, Muse, and first couple of records from The White Stripes and those lovely emo boys My Chemical Romance, Taking Back Sunday and Brand New...

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Wed Jan 09, 2008 12:13 pm
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A swingin' variety...some of almost everything through the centuries and the decades, from classical pieces, Frank Sinatra, and A.R. Rahman to Michael Buble, Atif Aslam, and Placebo. My sister just got me into M.I.A. over the holidays.


Thu Jan 10, 2008 9:36 pm
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Wow so many I love:

Original Van Halen
The Rolling Stones
Queen
Kiss
David Bowie
Blur
Billy Idol
Arctic Monkeys
Oasis
Pixies
REM
Chicago
Iggy Pop
Generation X
Iggy and the Stooges
Aerosmith
Al Green
The Faces
Ron Wood
Keith Richards
NIN
The Small Faces
Mick Jagger
The Alarm
Foo Fighters
Alice in Chains
Ian MacLagan and the Bump Band
Nirvana
Badly Drawn Boy
Sex Pistols
Cream
The Band
Aretha Franklin
Sam Cooke
Otis Redding
Wilson Pickett
Barry White
Def Leppard
Iron Maiden
Beatles
Beastie Boys
Beck
Todd Rundgren
The Replacements
Bee Gees
Roxy Music
The Good the Bad the Queen
Mott the Hoople
O'Jays
Earth Wind and Fire
Billy Preston
Bob Marley
BoDeans
Hall & Oates
Janes Addiction
Cars
Bryan Ferry
Cheap Trick
Chuck Berry
Commodores
The Gorillaz
Cure
Simon and garfunkel
Pete Yorn
Darkness
Pink Floyd
Black Keys
The Police
Ramones
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rob Zombie
Anthrax
Rod Stewart
Metallica (older)
Megadeth
Elton John
Sam & Dave
Sly & The Family Stone
Simply Red
The Monkees
The Who
Jimi Hedrix
Eric Clapton
Smash Mouth
Temptations
Everclear
Smokey Robinson
Stevie Wonder
Sound garden
Steely Dan
STP
Sting
Annie Lennox
Eurythmics
T. Rex
Tears for Fears
Tin Machine
Jeff Beck
Pearl Jam

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I have a very diverse taste, actually I'll probably give any album a chance and I'm sure I will find at least one moment during it's tracks that I really like. Specifically it pretty much mirrors Philips. I love Paul Westerberg and the Replacements, I love Uncle Tupelo, I love Soul Asylum, and thus I love all derivatives of these bands. I am into other local stuff from Minnesota and the Midwest. I'm into a lot of older music as well, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, and stuff like that.

Names of various artists:

Counting Crows
NIN
Beck
Violent Femmes
Local H
Ramones
Foo Fighters
Green Day
Jewel
Jessy Greene
really too many to mention!


Sun Jan 13, 2008 8:58 am
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to really answer this i'd have to get out my cd's and actually look at them....but off the top of my head...green day, the hold steady, must, stir, bruce springsteen, social d, kermit ruffins, um.....really all kinds of stuff.
right now the two at the top of the list are planet p and morning 40.


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XM Radio has a feature where you can select an artist/group and any time they're playing on the XM network, you can listen to them. These are the ones I currently have on that list:
The Replacements (and Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson stuff - I just got the "Open Season" soundtrack used and it's actually pretty good)
Husker Du (and Sugar and Bob Mould stuff and Nova Mob and Grant Hart stuff, although I haven't been keeping up with them like I used to)
Uncle Tupelo
Wilco
Golden Smog
Jayhawks
Supersuckers (I didn't see these guys on anybody's list, and I love 'em. They're like Soul Asylum in that they've got great live shows, they rock and can play a tasty cover)
Neil Young
Tegan and Sara (not really a new band, but new to me and although I don't like every song per se, but the ones I do are just awesome)
Whiskeytown
Ryan Adams
Pixies
David Bowie
Rolling Stones
Dinosaur Jr
Kiss (with makeup, thank you)
Others (you're limited to how many groups you can have on your XM list) I've listened to, seen live or purchased something from in the past 12 months or so:
Ol' Yeller (local Mpls band)
My Morning Jacket (I didn't see these guys on anybody's list either, but they're really good, too)
Queens of the Stone Age (we were lucky that they came to Duluth)
Eagles of Death Metal
Run Westy Run (these guys used to be so great live, and I miss 'em)
Marah
Van Morrison
Silversun Pickups
Prince
The Hold Steady (great, great, great, great - great new album, great show at the State theatre)
Ramones
The Donnas
Gram Parsons
Blue Mountain
TV on the Radio
Flaming Lips (I saw them at Myth or the Myth or whatever it is in Maplewood. I wasn't really feeling the $7 or whatever for half a plastic cup's worth of Guiness, but the Lips I will see anytime anyplace anywhere.)


Mon Jan 21, 2008 10:52 pm
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I have hundreds of cd’s, but other then Soul Asylum bands I listen to regularly are:

ALICE COOPER
Shinedown
Megadeth
White Stripes
Faith No More
Guns N Roses
Pantera
Anthrax
Ugly Kid Joe
Infectious Grooves
Suicidal Tendencies
Dangerous Toys


Wed Jan 23, 2008 12:05 pm
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Soul Asylum is one of the most recent bands I listen to, the rest are mostly classic rock.

Pink Floyd (This band has changed my life)
The Beatles (A bit overrated but nonetheless one of the best)
Blink 182 (The one I'll get crap for)
The Ramones (Simple but fun)
Cheap Trick (When I heard Soul Asylum was opening for them in New York I was so mad that I couldn't go up there)
AC/DC (This is the music when I need to turn off my brain)


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Location: ITALY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Green Day (my favourite!!!)
Guns n' Roses (Well, Axl Rose is an idiot but i love their music!)
Motley Crue
ACDC
Nirvana
Twisted Sister
Velvet Revolver
Bon Jovi
Ramones
Sex Pistols
Towers of London
KIss (you want the best...)
And more... :mrgreen:

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Fri Apr 11, 2008 10:44 am
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big hello from austria!!
i am a longtime SA fan from austrian and i am totally glad that i found this board. i always checked on the official site ( which doesn't get updated that often ) but today i found this SA homepage which totally rocks.

at the moment i am totally stuck with Seven Mary Three's new cd day and nightdriving!!! their are some amazing songs on that cd!!!

wish u all a nice day
martin


Fri Apr 11, 2008 4:18 pm
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