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...what would you spend it on?

 

Or in other words, what do you think I should spend it on?

 

At the moment I'm mainly listening to:

 

Yeasayer

Sufjan Stevens

Radiohead

MGMT

 

 

But, I'm up for most things.

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Are you limited to music, or are you considering games and/or videos.

 

A question I've always had about itunes vouchers is: do you need to sign up with credit card details to use them?

 

Can't really be arsed with games, but possibly videos if they're good, but basically music is what I'm after.

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Should just spend it on Daft Punk imo. :smug:

 

Have they done anything new recently? If not I reckon I've probably got pretty much everything.

 

Alive 2007 is the newest, which is stuff such as:

 

Robot Rock

Oh Yeah

Touch It

Technologic

Television Rules the Nation

Crescendolls

Steam Machine

Around the World

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Too Long

Face to Face

Short Circuit

Aerodynamic

Forget About the World

The Prime Time of Your Life

The Brainwasher

Rollin' & Scratchin

Alive

Da Funk

Superheroes

Human After All

 

 

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Should just spend it on Daft Punk imo. :smug:

 

Have they done anything new recently? If not I reckon I've probably got pretty much everything.

 

Alive 2007 is the newest, which is stuff such as:

 

Robot Rock

Oh Yeah

Touch It

Technologic

Television Rules the Nation

Crescendolls

Steam Machine

Around the World

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Too Long

Face to Face

Short Circuit

Aerodynamic

Forget About the World

The Prime Time of Your Life

The Brainwasher

Rollin' & Scratchin

Alive

Da Funk

Superheroes

Human After All

 

 

 

So it's basically another repackaging of their old stuff, how many's that now?  :rolleyes:

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I'm not pretending that it's the first time, but some of the remixes are pretty good. Most of them have been put together as well, sort of in the style of Jesus of Suburbia (probably a bad example).

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From what little I know of your tastes, indi, I'd recommend the following:

 

Kate Havnevik - Melankton

Imogen Heap - Speak for Yourself

Sia - Some People Have Real Problems

 

Three of the better albums I've listed to recently. :nods:

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From what little I know of your tastes, indi, I'd recommend the following:

 

Kate Havnevik - Melankton

Imogen Heap - Speak for Yourself

Sia - Some People Have Real Problems

 

Three of the better albums I've listed to recently. :nods:

 

Cheers GM, I'll have a listen.

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I like the sound of the Fleet Foxes.

 

Yeah, me too, but I've already got it.

 

Have you got Bon Iver's album? If you have, maybe Dodos 'Visiter' which is some more indie-folk in the way of Fleet Foxes, but with a tendency to go a little bit shouty, which is quite nice. It's that style of music, but with more of an edge. Whereas Animal Collective's new album is a psychedelic trip heavily influenced by retro synthy sounds, yet incorporated in such a way that isn't a retro-copy but a whole new sound for the 21st century. If you've heard any of AC's other stuff, you'd know that they transcend conventional genders, but a psychedelic upbeat house album with some nice synths and the general wackiness of AC is how I'd describe this album. I honestly have doubts as to whether another album throughout the rest of this year can actually top 'Merriweather Post Pavilion'. Have a listen to 'Brother Sport' first and foremost. It's unbelievable.

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