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What does the multitool nut listen too?
on: July 29, 2007, 07:53:12 PM
I,ll go first, in order of obsession ;D >:D

1) Garbage, (the greatest band in all of creation :-*)

2) Hole/Courtney Love,

3) Auf der Maur (anyone know when her follow up albums out?)

4) Evanesence (come on she,s gorgeous ;))

5) Linkin Park

6) Ash

7) Charlotte Hatherley

8,) R, H, C, P

9) Nirvana

10) Oasis

11) Within Temptation

12) Lacuna Coil

13) Guns And Roses

14) Bonjovi (pre crossroads stuff before they went all pop >:()

15) Dido (girl next that everyone thinks they have a chance at ;D)

16) PRODIDGY!

17) Goldfrapp...

so what about you guys?

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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #1 on: July 29, 2007, 09:00:11 PM
I,ll go first, in order of obsession ;D >:D

1) Garbage, (the greatest band in all of creation :-*)

2) Hole/Courtney Love,

3) Auf der Maur (anyone know when her follow up albums out?)

4) Evanesence (come on she,s gorgeous ;))

5) Linkin Park

6) Ash

7) Charlotte Hatherley

8,) R, H, C, P

9) Nirvana

10) Oasis

11) Within Temptation

12) Lacuna Coil

13) Guns And Roses

14) Bonjovi (pre crossroads stuff before they went all pop >:()

15) Dido (girl next that everyone thinks they have a chance at ;D)

16) PRODIDGY!

17) Goldfrapp...

so what about you guys?



Somewhat else.  Although I have heard of maybe 4 of these groups, I couldn't identify anything by any of them. 

I like classical music af all kinds, opera, jazz, folk, "classic rock" from the '50s-60s-70s, very occasionally current pop music.

If, from this, you guess I am an older guy, you're right. 


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Reply #2 on: July 29, 2007, 09:04:19 PM
 ummm I could make a long list here but im too lazy....

 let's see : Maybe some the old U2  or other bands from the 80's.

 80's music from here US and Brazilian Rock Bands from the same
 Decade.

 But , right  at this moment ; this one here ( and some others )

 Rammstein  DU HAST

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLp63WBV-Ic

 
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Reply #3 on: July 29, 2007, 09:11:10 PM
DEATH METAL!
With the occasional Thrash, Black, Doom records..

Immolaiton
Incantation
Nile
Suffocation
Deicide
Mortician
Malignancy
Krisiun
Abhorrence
Rebaelliun
Mortem
Burzum
Reverend Bizarre (new 130 minmute double album coming out Aug 8th!)
Bolt Thrower
Carcass
Vital Remains
Gorguts
Death
Mercyful Fate
King Diamond
Cirith Ungol
Hate Eternal
Cannibal Corpse
Possessed
Order From Chaos
Angelcorpse
Dead Congregation
Usipian
Type O Negative
Jungle Rot

I can go on and on...my music collection is probably the most valuable thing I own, it has to be worth thousands!
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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #4 on: July 29, 2007, 09:57:21 PM
I have over 20 gigs of mp3's on my hard drive, and I listen to all kinds of things.  I have everything from Jack DeMello to Slayer, Kenny Rogers to Steve Vai, Elvis (Presley and Costello), Leonard Cohen, Metallica from the cool era as well as the more current metrosexual phase, and some Classical stuff.  One of the greatest tragedies of the modern age is that we'll never hear the brilliant music penned by Mozart, Back and Handel played by the men themselves.  It seems unfair really- I always wondered how their renditions of their own masterworks would sound.

I think anyone who has a fondness for Classical music should at least try listening to Evanescense. Amy Lee has a fantastic voice, and despite the modern sounds and stylings, the music follows some distinctly Classical tones.  Truly one of the best bands of the last ten years IMHO.

I'm also glad that Carlos Santana has A) become popular again and B) stopped attempting to write his own lyrics.  The man speaks with a six string, and should stay there.  He's absolutely brilliant, and nowadays when he teams up with other big name writers/performers, the music that results is mind boggling.  Look at "Smooth" and "Just Feel Better" as examples.

On the other side of the coin is another guy I consider a musical genius, despite his complete musical ignorance.  The infamous John Fogerty, heart and soul behind Creedence Clearwater Revival, the man who knew three chords, but couldn't tell you what they were, was perhaps one of the greatest musician of the modern age.  He couldn't tell you why something sounded right, but the man embodied the spirit of music, playing from instinct, and rocketed CCR to the top.  The three other guys, one of whom was his brother, were jealous and kicked him out, then later upset because he was continuing to outwrite and outsell the rest of them, tried to sue him for sounding too much like he did when he was with CCR.  The courts, in a rare display of intelligence, pointed out that since he wrote all of the CCR catalogue of songs, it was no wonder he continued to sound like CCR.  They also pointed out that there was nothing immoral or illegal about sounding like oneself...

And, if you like Death Metal, and have a good connection, check out www.totalrock.com which is a hardcore metal station in London.  One of my best friends built their site and still occasionally appears on the air alongside his wife, who is one of their top DJ's.

Mind you, above all else, the one song that gets me rocking (mostly because I can't dance!) is Magic Carpet Ride by Steppenwolf.  I think that song embodies a whole generation of what rock was about.  Sure it doesn't make much sense, but it sounded good, which I think was the whole point at the time.

The closest modern song to embodying that feeling (and remember, I am not exactly young myself, so "modern" may mean different things to me than you!) would be Seasons in the Abyss by Slayer, which I am very disappointed they didn't play live when I saw them last year.  Of course the concert was great, and it was cool to see Dimebag before he was killed.  I never cared for Pantera, but since I like all the other stuff he did, I guess that means I just wasn't a Pantera fan.  Stretching his wings with some solo projects before GodSmack really allowed him to show what he had, and i think that was pretty cool.

Plus, as a major KISS fan, I really had to agree with his taste in music!

Like I said, my tastes are pretty broad!  I even have an old, uncensored version of Cop Killer, an album that was banned from Canada.  Quite frankly I think Ice T is a hypocritical, money grubbing moron who exploits his fans, but then I guess many of the more "hardcore" rappers are the same way.  And I think his band, Body Count was an extension of him, and that they were no talent hacks who only managed to have any success by pretending they were something they could never hope to be.  Which is why we still listen to the Allman brothers, and yet half of you are asking who the heck Body Count was!  If you want to know more, ask Ernie C next time you go through Drive Thru...

Not that I have anything against rap.  I'll admit, I wasn't a fan for many years, but nowadays as I tend to explore the music more than the pathetic messages, some of it is pretty darned cool.  Coolie, who I always thought was an Ice T wannabe, has turned out some pretty good stuff, as have some other Old Schoolers like Maestro (formerly known as Maestro Fresh Wes), LL Cool J (anyone remember Mama said Knock You Out?) and perhaps one of my all time favorites of the genre, Big Daddy Kane.

Lately I have been into what I like to call Cross Genre Covers, which are becoming much more frequent.  Celine Dion covered ACDC's You Shook Me All Night Long, Ozzy covered Rocky Mountain Way and Stayin Alive, Hayseed Dixie has done Country and Western versions of many Rap and Heavy Metal songs, Primus has always played silly versions of other people's songs (you will die when you hear Gin & Juice from Snoop Dogg played on a banjo!), and even Pat Boone, the old crooner got in on the action, releasing an album of Heavy Metal meets Lounge Lizard covers from ACDC, Alice Cooper and Metallica.  I also have a bunch of covers of 60's acid rock songs, TV themes and popular music from various punk groups, many of which are from Jello Biafra's new band... although their name escapes me right now, you may remember him from the DayGlo Abortions...

Can you tell that music is one of my great passions in life?  No?  Go listen to Kenny Rogers and the First Editions song Just Dropped In to see a whole new side of the Gambler and you'll see what I mean!

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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #5 on: July 29, 2007, 09:58:48 PM


Somewhat else.  Although I have heard of maybe 4 of these groups, I couldn't identify anything by any of them. 

I like classical music af all kinds, opera, jazz, folk, "classic rock" from the '50s-60s-70s, very occasionally current pop music.

If, from this, you guess I am an older guy, you're right. 
[/quote]I dunno i like a bit of holst, and anything by john williams is usually epic :)
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Reply #6 on: July 29, 2007, 09:59:47 PM
ummm I could make a long list here but im too lazy....

 let's see : Maybe some the old U2  or other bands from the 80's.

 80's music from here US and Brazilian Rock Bands from the same
 Decade.

 But , right  at this moment ; this one here ( and some others )

 Rammstein  DU HAST

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLp63WBV-Ic

 
cool music, but it loses something in the translation ;)
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Reply #7 on: July 29, 2007, 10:00:34 PM
DEATH METAL!
With the occasional Thrash, Black, Doom records..

Immolaiton
Incantation
Nile
Suffocation
Deicide
Mortician
Malignancy
Krisiun
Abhorrence
Rebaelliun
Mortem
Burzum
Reverend Bizarre (new 130 minmute double album coming out Aug 8th!)
Bolt Thrower
Carcass
Vital Remains
Gorguts
Death
Mercyful Fate
King Diamond
Cirith Ungol
Hate Eternal
Cannibal Corpse
Possessed
Order From Chaos
Angelcorpse
Dead Congregation
Usipian
Type O Negative
Jungle Rot

I can go on and on...my music collection is probably the most valuable thing I own, it has to be worth thousands!
some of that is deeply scary, and all the better for it! >:D
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Reply #8 on: July 29, 2007, 10:07:44 PM
totally agree with your comments about evanessence def, here,s my favorite...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6TnCIPYpOo   haunting is the word that suits it best.

in a similar vein...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvM0kn-Q_7M

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixxtnrWb17Y

i,ve just checked my music file, 38.8gig! :o although in fairness a lot of that is music video,s too :)
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Reply #9 on: July 29, 2007, 10:17:02 PM
Celine Dion covering ACDC:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FONt47Z0KZg

For those who like bubblegum pop (about the only music I am not fond of, because it's generated by soulless machines), here's Brittany Spears covering one of the Runaways, Joan Jett's I Love Rock & Roll:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAOu3ZbKKCU

Kinda pathetic, but I've seen worse covers.

Speaking of which, here's some of Pat Bonne's covers:

Enter Sandman, Metallica:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUTw8osIopc

Ronnie James Dio's (guy who replaced Ozzy in Black Sabbath) Holy Diver:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUTw8osIopc

Then there's the good stuff- Hayseed Dixie covering my favorite Queen song, Fat Bottomed Girls:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJKZUE33Mk4

Then there's just good old fashioned straightforward rock that really no one should object to, done to perfection by the guys who wrote it, recorded it, produced it, played it and made it what is it.  Often covered, but never duplicated, bands like Rush, Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, KISS and Lynrd Skynrd will always be seen as the real definitions of art in the modern age.  Many bands come up with groundbreaking music, but then disappear when that sound becomes mainstream because that's all they have.  Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, Mick Jagger, Paul Stanley, Geddy Lee all manage to survive in an industry that's all about something new and shocking.  And, they do more than survive... Every few years they come up with something else that puts the world on it's ear... like this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icD8mBBeIwU

or this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Peb_YEnA5MQ

Let's see Justin Tiberflake last half as long as these guys!

As for the video files, I have a separate hard drive dedicated to those!  :P  I used to keep them all together but then I'd accidentally select a video file and put it on my mp3 player and wonder where all the space went...

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Reply #10 on: July 29, 2007, 10:27:28 PM
Ugh... I don't know where to start...

My music tastes vary widely.  I seem to go in phases as to what type of music I listen too.  For a while it may be country, then rap, then heavy metal, then back to country, etc.

My three favorite bands of all time are Danzig, Staind, and GWAR.  I saw GWAR do an interview on a tv show about 20 years ago and thought they were funny as hell.  I've been a fan ever since...

I really dig female lead singers... expecially female metal singers :)

Here are some other bands/musicians I listen to, in no particular order.  (I'm sure I'm going to forget a few)

Soulfly, King Diamond, Mercyful Fate, Craig Morgan, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Kool Moe Dee, Fat Boys, LL Cool J, Commodores, Bootsy Collins, KC & the Sunshine Band, Sly and the Family Stone, Slayer, Gizmachi, Chimaira, Type O Negative, Otep, Silverchair, System of a Down, Killswitch Engage, My Chemical Romance, Demon Hunter, Korn, Carl Douglas, Big and Rich, Boston, Bush, Coheed and Cambria, The Crisis... ugh, you get the picture :)
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Reply #11 on: July 29, 2007, 10:29:26 PM
tha santander/aerosmith link is awesome i,ve never heard that before, thanks for the link mate :cheers:

has anyone else ever wondered how aerosmith had such gorgeous daughter?
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Reply #12 on: July 29, 2007, 10:34:46 PM
I was recently turned on to Lacuna Coil by a friend of mine.  All I have right now is one song called To Myself I Turned.  Pretty cool stuff.  I'm also wishing Billy Talent was around when I was in high school.  Songs like Nothing To Lose really embody my teen years, which is probably why I am in such bad shape these days!

It's really funny to look back on some of the older, "risque" stuff from our generation and before.  I can see how guys like Elvis and Jimmy Dean were considered "Bad Boys" and see how they would be considered almost pillars of the community by today's standards!  I also find it fascinating to go to concerts like George Thorogood & the Delaware Destroyers or Ted Nugent, guys who embodied the worst society had to offer, and see your local bank manager, insurance agent and financial planner there, grooving along!

I think Hendrix would be proud to see what has become of "Devil's Music" and how it's being seen and appreciated for what it is nowadays.  Of course what amazes me is that each generation had to grow up with the stigma of their music being "evil" and yet they don't seem all that tolerant of the next generation's music.  Seems to me there's something about learning history and repeating it that they missed?

Oh, and I forgot one of my other all time favorites...  just a little band from England you may have heard of... THE WHO!  I listened to nothing but My Generation for about a week straight once!  I spent months at a bar doing nothing but drinking every night and playing the TOMMY pinball machine until closing.  To this day I think it's a pretty close contest between how much I spent on beer, and how much I spent on the damn game.  Pinball wizard I ain't!   >:D

Female metal singers?  Like Lita Ford or Joan Jett?  I had my first sexual experience to "Hate Myself For Loving You."  Luckily there was no one around to experience my lust for a woman on an album cover! :P  I still think that Lita Ford's videos for Close My Eyes Forever with Ozzy, and Kiss me Deadly rank up there as some of the absolute hottest moments ever recorded on film, and given the amount of pornography available nowadays, that's really saying something!

Steven Tyler had a gorgeous daughter simply because he sleeps with supermodels... although there's a funny story about that too.  Apparently Liv's mother got around, and for the first few years of her life, Liv's last name was Jagger.  :oops:  Easy mistake to make I guess!

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Reply #13 on: July 29, 2007, 10:35:55 PM

I really dig female lead singers... expecially female metal singers :)

Here are some other bands/musicians I listen to, in no particular order.  (I'm sure I'm going to forget a few)

Soulfly, King Diamond, Mercyful Fate, Craig Morgan, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton, Kool Moe Dee, Fat Boys, LL Cool J, Commodores, Bootsy Collins, KC & the Sunshine Band, Sly and the Family Stone, Slayer, Gizmachi, Chimaira, Type O Negative, Otep, Silverchair, System of a Down, Killswitch Engage, My Chemical Romance, Demon Hunter, Korn, Carl Douglas, Big and Rich, Boston, Bush, Coheed and Cambria, The Crisis... ugh, you get the picture :)
pretty ecclectic mix there mate :)

your right there is something sexy and special about female metal singers, especially if there singing a vulnerable song and can really comunicate the emotion of the lyrics, thats why Shirley Manson is my all time favorite (although i do have a soft spot for sheena easton too on that front :-[)
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Reply #14 on: July 29, 2007, 10:41:37 PM
Know if were talking crushes/sexual experiences then my name and shame list was headed up by carol decker from t,pau, and a close second would be belinda carlisle, god i fancied them like made when i was a kid :-[ ;D

carol and the boys...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wrre2s9xwfo

and belinda...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQahvFdQVu8

god i love youtube ;D

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Reply #15 on: July 29, 2007, 10:52:25 PM
I agree about Lita Ford Def... that vid with Ozzy was GOOD... one of my current favorites is Otep Shamaya from Otep.  I also dig Amy Lee, and I used to have a thing for Karyn Crisis :)

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Reply #16 on: July 29, 2007, 10:53:21 PM
What about Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart?  The Bangles?  Hell, maybe I am dating myself, but Carol Decker always made me think of a poor man's Debbie Harry, better known as Blondie.  Sure Blondie was the name of the band, but looking at Debbie Harry, who knew there was anyone else there? :P



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Reply #17 on: July 29, 2007, 10:55:25 PM
Haha... now your going back to a time when I was more interested in Baseball than anything to do with girls :) 
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Reply #18 on: July 29, 2007, 10:59:05 PM
For anyone that needs it:

Lita Ford, Ozzy Osbourne- Close My Eyes Forever
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy3fJ8Nmzyw

Lita Ford- Kiss Me Deadly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sa-4A7RrP8

Careful, that last one could affect you more than the hottest hard core porn ever made.

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Reply #19 on: July 29, 2007, 11:00:09 PM
Here's a couple of hot singers that you may have missed, not being in Canada...

Alannah Myles:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut09zkRoG0g

Lee Aaron:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVIFVUX6nSM

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Reply #20 on: July 29, 2007, 11:00:40 PM
What about Ann and Nancy Wilson of Heart?  The Bangles?  Hell, maybe I am dating myself, but Carol Decker always made me think of a poor man's Debbie Harry, better known as Blondie.  Sure Blondie was the name of the band, but looking at Debbie Harry, who knew there was anyone else there? :P

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Reply #21 on: July 29, 2007, 11:02:25 PM
For anyone that needs it:

Lita Ford, Ozzy Osbourne- Close My Eyes Forever
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zy3fJ8Nmzyw

Lita Ford- Kiss Me Deadly
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sa-4A7RrP8

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Reply #22 on: July 29, 2007, 11:06:02 PM
Here's a couple of hot singers that you may have missed, not being in Canada...

Alannah Myles:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ut09zkRoG0g

Lee Aaron:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVIFVUX6nSM

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Reply #23 on: July 29, 2007, 11:06:42 PM
Haha... now your going back to a time when I was more interested in Baseball than anything to do with girls :) 
never had baseball in the UK, thats my excuse ;) ;D
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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #24 on: July 29, 2007, 11:08:31 PM
Speaking of Canadian acts, here's one I saw live a few years ago when they played a bar I worked at called the Attic.  The group is called the Mudmen and they are a typical rock band... except for the addition of two kilted, body building, bike booted bagpipe players...

Home for a Rest:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F2uyIBIGO0&mode=related&search=

Drink & Fight:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2d5a9qVgEgU&mode=related&search=

These are live, so there may be some naughty words in there...

What's "base-ball?" :P

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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #25 on: July 29, 2007, 11:12:16 PM
Speaking of Canadian acts, here's one I saw live a few years ago when they played a bar I worked at called the Attic.  The group is called the Mudmen and they are a typical rock band... except for the addition of two kilted, body building, bike booted bagpipe players...

Home for a Rest:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3hUC6coYfg

Drink & Fight:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2d5a9qVgEgU&mode=related&search=

These are live, so there may be some naughty words in there...

What's "base-ball?" :P

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they remind me of the pogues!

seeing as your a canadian, has there been any news of melissa auf der maur, second album at all?

And is she big in canada, coz hardly anyone over here has heard off her >:(
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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #26 on: July 29, 2007, 11:14:47 PM
For those who may find the other stuff I've been posting a little excessive, here's a local blues band that's going pretty far- the Carson Downy Band.  Pretty darned good if you ask me.  They also played in my bar...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKF1cS0eh-o

No idea what's going on with her- I haven't heard anything in a dog's age.  The Canadian Music Industry is odd though.  Look at Alanis Morrissette... she's been living off the success of Jagged Little Pill for what, 15 years now?
 
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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #27 on: July 29, 2007, 11:17:29 PM
According to her website, there is no news.

http://www.aufdermaur.com/

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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #28 on: July 29, 2007, 11:19:52 PM
For those who may find the other stuff I've been posting a little excessive, here's a local blues band that's going pretty far- the Carson Downy Band.  Pretty darned good if you ask me.  They also played in my bar...

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you own a bar  :o

save me a seat and i,ll buy you a beer ;)

yep i like alanis too,and yeah she did trade of jagged little pill for ages, I did,nt know it was endemic of the canadian music scene to do an album then disapear for ages though  ???
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Re: What does the multitool nut listen too?
Reply #29 on: July 29, 2007, 11:21:56 PM
According to her website, there is no news.

http://www.aufdermaur.com/

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i,ve already signed up to the website when i bought her first album, just wondered if there was something in your local press (by local i mean canada ::))
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