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    Since we’re in the mood for a melody today, how about the last 5 albums/cds/tapes or 8 tracks you’ve got in you player/deck or turntable. IPODS and all that junk don’t count, I mean actually listened to the whole thing not one song. All the concert threads are nice but I would hope I’ve come along way since my long hair and long nights ! Here’s mine:

    Best of Jackson Browne
    Nina Sky
    Eagles - Hell freezes over
    Guess Who greatest hits
    Greenday (Ok this is my boys but it's in MY truck)
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    Let's see...

    Heavy Vegetable: The Undersea Adventures of Aqua Kitty and Friends
    Spanish Harlem Allstars: Una Gran Dia en el Barrio
    The Mars Volta: Deloused in the Comatorium
    The Pillows: Happy Bivouac
    and some Ventures album I don't know the name of

    Most of these are on my iPod but I do make a practice of listening to albums all the way through; I prefer music that I can listen to without having to bother to change the song every three minutes.
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    lately? mostly Sirius Satellite in the truck but in the cars cd player its been:

    Metallica: Reload
    Guns and Roses: Greatest Hits
    The Punisher Soundtrack


    i think thats it lately
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    The whole way through? Most recently "Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs" by Derek and the Dominos, followed by the Yardbirds' "Greatest Hits" which I guess whouldn't count. After that comes a bunch of Zeppelin albums, but mostly "Led Zeppelin" (I) .

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    My car doesn't have a CD player. It barely has a tape player. On of these days I'll dig up all of my old Jethro Tull and Genesis CDs and get those in there for when I'm tired of the radio.

    I have an MP3 player. It has about 64 mb of sapce on it. With a 32mb card inside.

    In my CD player in my room (which I got last christmas) it's generally the "Stormwatch" album by Jethro Tull, their "The Best Of", my Presidents of the United States of America CD, and my Seatbelts CD (love that one.)

    All I can say is, thank God I've got MP3s on my computer, otherwise I'd be pretty much musically devoid. As I'm sure you can tell, I'm hip to all of the latest and greatest in music fashion. NOT.

    My CD player (a hand-me-down which I got 2 years ago) takes 6 double A batteries, and lasts about a half hour on those batteries. It's slightly wider than your average CD player, but it's about 4 inches longer, mainly due to the fact that it has the ability to double as a CD rom, and because you need to put all the batteries somewhere.
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    Turntable? That would be:

    Mahler's 5th symphony
    Dvorak's 8th
    J.S. Bach mix
    Prokofiev Suite from Liutenant Kije

    Is all I can remember right now

    Peter
    the cellist

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    Queensryche: Operation Mindcrime (OM II out April '06)
    Queensryche: The Warning
    Dio: Greatest Hits
    Disturbed: 10,000 Fists
    Evanescence: Fallen

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    Dr John the Night Tripper is on the turntable, but I need a new cartridge

    I think the five in the CD player are the first from Arrested Development, REM's Automatic for the People, Bob Geldof's Happy Club, Radio Head's Pablo Honey, and Smashing Pumpkins' Siamese Dream.
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