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    The problem's plain to see...

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    ...too much technology,
    Machines to save our lives,
    Machine dehumanize...

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    Feel free to sing along - I've had this song stuck in my head all day!

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    ...for helping me escape just when I needed to - thank you!

    hehehe
    Alan Lastufka | www.BelaDMedia.com
    Producer/Artistic Design | Content Producer

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    I have better songs in my head (actually, I don't recognize yours but I'm sure it rocks):

    High up above
    Aliens hover
    Makin' home movies
    For the folks back home.

    Of all these weird creatures
    Who lock up their spirits
    Drill holes in themselves
    And live for their secrets.
    Michael Peter

    If music be the food of love...
    play on

    William Shakespeare

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    Quote Originally Posted by His Frogness
    I have better songs in my head (actually, I don't recognize yours but I'm sure it rocks):

    High up above
    Aliens hover
    Makin' home movies
    For the folks back home.

    Of all these weird creatures
    Who lock up their spirits
    Drill holes in themselves
    And live for their secrets.
    Man you made my day. I freakin love Radiohead.

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    Your Frogness,

    The track is "Mr. Roboto" from Styx - my commute everyday is long, so I take a new album with me each day to rock out with on my drive to work... yesterday was Kilroy Was Here.

    Thanks for putting the radiohead in my head... much more fun to head-bang to.
    Alan Lastufka | www.BelaDMedia.com
    Producer/Artistic Design | Content Producer

    20 Things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Burrell
    Man you made my day. I freakin love Radiohead.
    Sweet Dude! I was hoping somebody would notice May I compliment you on your excellent taste in music

    I love Radiohead too. Some of OK Computer is poetically masterful. I really dig some of the lyrics on Hail to The Thief too.


    Alan,
    I'm ashamed. I should've known it was Mr. Roboto.
    Michael Peter

    If music be the food of love...
    play on

    William Shakespeare

    homepage

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    OK computer will always be a favorite of mine. I was something truely masterful. I never grow tired of it. I feel it truely was a masterpiece of modern alternative music. There will never be another album like it. It stands alone in my mind. Karma Police? Awesome.

    Hail to the Thief is excellent. I don't think it got the praise that it certainly warrented, but I think its because they're constantly trying to reinvent themselves and thus isolate a good part of their audience with every release (see Kid A and Amnesiac for starters.) But hey, I love it all and I'd rather see them reinvent than become stagnant or sell out.

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    Re: The problem's plain to see...

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Burrell
    OK computer will always be a favorite of mine. I was something truely masterful. I never grow tired of it. I feel it truely was a masterpiece of modern alternative music. There will never be another album like it. It stands alone in my mind. Karma Police? Awesome.
    I couldn't have said it better. I'm still waiting for an achievement that amounts to it, but I think we may be waiting a while. What albums throughout history have achieved such excellence in composition, arrangement, production, lyrics and social commentary?

    What comes to mind is Dark Side or The Wall, Achtung Baby perhaps. But even these don't have that extraordinary mix of raw emotion, excellent composition and experimentation.

    It's nice to know someone sees the pure genius of it other than me So what else do you listen to?
    Michael Peter

    If music be the food of love...
    play on

    William Shakespeare

    homepage

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    The Pumpkins, NIN, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds (another absolute marvel, pick up As I Sat Sadly By Her Side), Leonard Cohen, Tom Waits, anything dark, anything with emotion, anything that heightens modern music.

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    Mr. Burrell,

    After reading thru your list (you know how much we both love NIN) I wanted to tell you about the band "Taking Back Sunday"

    Pick up their two albums "Tell All Your Friends" and "Where You Want To Be"

    OMG - you will love them - make sure to read the inserts - they are brilliant.
    Alan Lastufka | www.BelaDMedia.com
    Producer/Artistic Design | Content Producer

    20 Things

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