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    Right Here, Right Now Britannia's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mantenna
    Demon Days by Gorillaz - Perhaps not the usual fare I listen to, but I'm in the crowd that thinks Damon Albarn is a genius. I'm really enjoying it. I'd give it 4 stars out of 5.

    Damon Albarn is brill.
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    coldplay, patsy cline and Jill Scott
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    Well, for my birthday today, I got "The Green Album" from Weezer and "Meddle" by Pink Floyd.
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    The Foo Fighters

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    Yesterday was my birthday party and my friend gave me "X and Y" by Coldplay.
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    Coldplay - X&Y - Been a fan since the early days and this one doesn't disappoint.

    System Of A Down - Mezmerize - Ditto this band as with Coldplay. Really like them, too, and if you like their previous work, this album is definitely worth purchasing. I expected them to maybe change a bit, but they are true to their style here.

    James Blunt - Back To Bedlam - New find. Amazing. I've been playing this one non-stop for the past week.

    I love this forum and have frequently purchased albums on the strength of the recommendations I have read here. I had completely forgotten that Gorillaz had released another album, so that's on my list now.

    These are my recent 5 out of 5 purchases. I won't list the others that didn't measure up.

    However, I do want to mention that Jason Mraz comes out on 7/26, so I thought I'd give him a plug. I think he doesn't get nearly enough recognition.

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    Well, I went on another CD splurge with my $25 gift certificate given to me by my friend for my birthday and I bought...

    -"Get Behind Me Satan" by The White Stripes (Mantenna, I can see what you mean by the backwoods/country influences)
    -"Fever to Tell" by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Awesome album...quite an underrated band if you ask me)
    If you really did love music, you wouldn't limit yourself to just one genre.

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    Alanis Morissette- Jagged Little Pill

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