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Giraffe and Elephant Meet a Pirate!
12/9/06 1:50 AM
 
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Yay!  Giraffes & Elephants - Together Again! Yarr!
 
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We're talking about some major new stuff on this page... it will be fun to explore. Thii is quite the interactive atmosphere...Wow! What is the green 9.0 all about?
 
1/15/08 2:05 PM
 
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That's the rating I gave to the album "Tango: Zero Hour".
 
Giraffe and Elephant Meet a Pirate!
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This is a Photo Album book! I hope it works!
 
1/15/08 12:40 PM
 
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We gave our souls to this record." —Astor Piazzolla Known in Argentina as "The Great Astor," Piazzolia revitalized traditional tango music with his dynamic compositions and expressive bandoneón artistry. Tango: Zero Hour isn't just an...
 
1/15/08 1:00 PM
 
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"Delaware" by Seattle-based "Awesome" contains songs from their stage show by the same name.  The album's theatrical origins can be glimpsed by the eclectic mix of style and substance throughout the collection of songs.  The boys of Awesome...
 
1/15/08 1:14 PM
 
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I've always called "Mountain Goats" by the name "The Mountain Goats," the kind of thing which can stick in the craw of many a listener.  That out of the way, I love this album, which I bought for my wife because of the song "No Children." We both...
 
1/15/08 1:26 PM
 
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Mindless Self Indulgence takes the "Either You Love Them Or Hate Them" axiom to the extreme.  At its core, it consists of a guy named Little Jimmy Urine singing about all matters of perversion in full operatic style over a bizarre mix of metal,...
 
1/15/08 1:47 PM
 
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I bought this on a lark, back when I was a big fan of the anime program "Cowboy Bebop."  I'm still a fan, I suppose, but back then I was crazy about it.  Crazy enough to by a remix album of songs from the show. Surprisingly enough, the music...
 
1/15/08 2:33 PM
 
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You're probably going to hear this from me a lot.  I love compilations of bands that I used to listen to in high school.  Most of the time, my tapes were either taken from my sister or borrowed from friends, and the Pixies were no exception....
 
1/15/08 3:13 PM
 
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I became a fan of Subtle's Doseone (Adam Drucker) from his stellar work with Themselves.  He had one of the fastest mouths I had ever heard, and for some reason his lyrics didn't have to rhyme to flow. The music of Subtle is an ideal pavement for...
 
1/15/08 3:41 PM
 
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Joanna Newsom is simply amazing. Her voice is incredibly high, her harp playing is dizzyingly intricate, and her lyrics are disturbing, yet playful. It's like going into your backyard and finding a shoe box filled with old playing cards.  You...
 
1/15/08 4:42 PM
 
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Intense, ethereal, and hypnotic, I found myself unable to give ( ) by Sigur Rós anything less than a perfect 10.  I struggled with this, because the music is incredibly repetitive at times, and I'm a big fan of variety.  That's part...
 
 
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