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Five albums I am listening to on the Pod today, while I work:

new whit estripes album is fire. have you heard the buena vista social club cd Rhythms Del Mundo, where the "latinize" popular american songs. its pretty sweet.

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Ive been listening to Ti vs Tip, Sublime, The Roots, and John mayer lately

cant wait till late july Talib Kwelis got eardrum coming out and Commons got finding forever comin out

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right now I'm listening to alot of:

willie nelson
johnny cash
gym class heroes
the tragically hip

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Driving in to work this morning I had the iPod on shuffle, and got a really great mix of things: Dance Hall Crashers, Devo (2 in a row), Eels, David Bowie, ELO, Bryan Ferry, The Magnetic Fields, Ben Harper, and Miles Davis.

Albums I listen to recently include
Guided by Voices, Bee Thousand
Dandy Warhols, 13 Tales from Urban Bohemia
Shins, Wincing the Night Away

I also started listening to the GolfSmarter Podcast and the one from this website and really like them.


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In the CD changer in my truck:

Brad Paisley: 5th Gear
Big & Rich: Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace
Toby Keith: Big Dog Daddy
Jimmy Buffet: Take The Weather With You
Jack Johnson: In Between Dreams
Trace Atkins: Dangerous Man

At arms reach I also have Eminem, Jimmy Cliff, The Who, Young Jeezy, Obie Trice, Keith Urban and Poison.

On Sirius Radio in my truck it's usually:

Radio Margaritaville
Hair Nation (80's Hair Bands)
New Country

My Space:

My buddy's cover of Walking in Memphis. Check him out.

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