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Music Preferences by Kid Loco on 1999-11-15 22:47:11

What are they? I know Tommie like E. Costello and I like the Regular Fries and I love Kid Loco (the one that isn't me) but who else is good? Anyone know The Slow Poisoners.

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Re: Music Preferences by Amelia on 1999-11-16 01:32:59  |  Reply to this
  I am hopelessly retro. My new favorite CD is Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison.

When I was a kid, back around the time that album was first released, we used to use the word "tough" (or perhaps "tuff") as a synonym for "cool." JC is definitely tough in both senses on this album. Sincere yet darkly humorous, bitter, and defiant. My favorite discovery on this album: "25 Minutes to Go," a song from the perspective of a man about to be hanged.
Re: Music Preferences by cristina on 1999-11-16 02:59:08  |  Reply to this
  well well well....Brendan Perry...and Kristen..I have been playing Perry's new album over and pver in the car. at 7am. on the way to work could be a bit longer and darker and sadder.....
Re: Music Preferences by Washington Foreskins on 1999-11-16 03:48:38  |  Reply to this
  I gotta like a bit of everything....this century, Kid! Like the kinda song you might play on a balcony at midnight in an exotic scene. Or perhaps some dance hits, or chart music, but please Emma Baby Bunting, give it a rest! And Tom Jones? Put the zimmer frame away, and let the cardigans keep German guys oma warm.
Re: Music Preferences by shlong on 1999-11-17 20:39:51  |  Reply to this
  Hard core dance is my favourite, some indie is acceptable but i have classic and anything pre-60's. And i love the beatles.
Re: Re: Music Preferences by shlong on 1999-11-17 20:40:47  |  Reply to this
  sorry, that should read 'hate anything classical and pre-60's'.
Re: Music Preferences by mrhappymahm on 2000-04-11 11:27:30  |  Reply to this
  korn is god!!!
Re: Music Preferences by TAT on 2000-04-13 16:38:57  |  Reply to this
  I like the name. But I'm afraid nothing can get between me and my current love affair with Jim O'Rourke. I suppose his music is best described as creepy crawlin' rock. Halfway to a Threeway EP is sad and crazy music for autoerotic depressives. Whatta guy.
Jim O'Rourke by Kid Loco on 2000-04-14 02:42:10  |  Reply to this
  Is he availabe in England, do you know? I have a couple of his tracks on compilations, ('Women Of The World Take Over' for one) and he seems to be a good addition to the record collection.
Re: Jim O'Rourke by TAT on 2000-04-14 21:22:26  |  Reply to this
  I'm in Australia, so yeah, you'll probably have to get imports. Bit expensive, but trust me, he's worth it. Dave Pajo is also good (aka Aerial M/Papa M) - kind of like underwater Jimi Hendrix. By the way, I'm new to this place. Stumbled across it 'cos of my web journal fixation. Pretty classy, huh.
Hi TAT by Amelia on 2000-04-15 09:39:46  |  Reply to this
  Hi TAT, weclome to Tater's World, and thanks for the intro.
I am Amelia, a high school chum of Tater's now living in New York City, but part of the same old cyber-media-tocracy. Along with the founder and Tommie, I round out the over-40 Geezer contingent here in Potatoe Land.
But tell us, are you really Tiffany-Amber Thiessen?
Re: Hi TAT by tat on 2000-04-16 20:28:20  |  Reply to this
  Hello to you too! And who on earth is Tiffany-Amber Thiessen. Oh wait. ARRRRRGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH. She is so gross. I can't remember her face - only that awful tsunami fringe... No, actually 'tat' refers to my full name, tatiana, which I hate because it sounds poncey. (Is is there an e in that, Kid Loco? Poncy doesn't look right. And for some reason the word 'ponce' always makes me think of Richard E. Grant. Dunno why, I quite liked him in Withnail and I. *Now* who's the ponce! ) So Amelia, you live in the Sitty? Very nice. How's Wall Street looking today?