Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Current playlist

Lately I have been listening to:

Rough Cutt-s/t and Wants you
Budgie-Squawk
Fireball Ministry- The second great awakening and Their rock is not our rock (soon to get a review from me)
Deep Purple-Who do we think we are?
Sleep-Sleep's Holy mountain
Electric Wizard-We Live
Wishbone Ash-Argus
Scorpions-Crazy World

What are you listening to?

6 Comments:

Blogger Ben Heller said...

Review stuff

Coldplay
The Corrs
Crowded House

3:47 PM  
Blogger :P fuzzbox said...

Kiss - Destroyer
Disturbed - Down with the Sickness
Hinder - Extreme Behavior
Kid Rock - Devil Without a Cause

Or that is what is on my playlist today anyway.

4:58 PM  
Blogger Dawner said...

Came across your site through Zombieslayeer. It is great. I am a metal head also. My playlist for this has been.

Easy Rider Soundtrack (just picked it up)
Korn
Marilyn Manson
The Doors
Helmet

9:57 PM  
Blogger Sgt Fluffy said...

Soulfly-Dark Ages

The Ghoulies-Reclaim the World

Verve-Storm in Heaven

Enuff Z Nuff-Animals with Human Intellegence

Bulletboys-Za-Za

Beck-Guero

6:41 AM  
Blogger David Amulet said...

Primarily ipod shuffle -- i just love the mizes that comes up with (lately the pairings of Iced Earth/Dave Brubeck and Lynch Mob/Crowded house have been just too damn funny.

CDs in car:

Dream Theater, Octavarium
Rainbow, Rising
Van Halen, Women and Children First
Cheap Trick, Greatest Hits
Queen, Queen
Steve Hackett, Defector

-- david

11:55 AM  
Blogger Metal Mark said...

Ben-I always look forward to your reviews even if I don't know the music.
Fuzzbox-Kiss have stunk for years, but those first six studio albums are still good.
Dawner- Welcome and I used to love Helmet back in the early to mid-90's.
Sgt. Fluffy- Most people don't know much past the first Bullet Boys album, but I liked Freakshow and Za-za.
David-Rainbow's Rising and any Roth era Van Halen are always great. I bought a used copy of Octavarium last week and might review it once I get a chance to get a second listen to it.

12:33 PM  

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