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I should try finding more Goldfinger songs sometime. I like the songs I've heard by them, but I've not got very many.

Goldfinger rules. Some standout tracks, most of them famous:

- Disorder

- Superman

- Here In Your Bedroom

- Is She Really Going Out With Him? (Joe Jackson cover)

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Witchcraft- The Alchemist: I said High On Fire's Death is This Communion was album of the year. Correction: The Alchemist is album of the year. Awesome swedish doom/stoner metal with a 70's vibe. There is even a bit of saxophone on one track. I tried to make out the lyrics to the third track. I swear I heard "Hunting Mescaline and bleeding" and found out the words are in swedish. It is a very sing along type song too. If you are into bands like Pentagram then this is a no brainer purchase.

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Live Pearl Jam concert from back in spring '94 -- my junior year in high school. Very flashbacky, in a good way.

Veterans Day is for Pearl Jam.

I listened to Avacado and Vs already and now I might segway into some live stuff.

Oh, Indian summer and I hate the heat

I got a backstreet lover on the passenger seat

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J Church - Nostalgic for Nothing. The title is a little ironic for me, as J Church was a big part of the soundtrack to my college years. Nearly everything I owned by them was on vinyl, so I didn't listen to them all that much since I started listening to music in digital formats nearly exclusively. But my Emusic subscription recently renewed, and I had recently been reading about J Church (the singer died a couple weeks ago, which is sad since he was only 40), so I got this singles collection. It's good stuff.

J Church also has the distinction of being the band whom I traveled the greatest distance to see. In the summer following my second year of college, my friend Kevin and I drove from my hometown (in the suburbs of Philly) to Chicago to catch J Church at the Crawlspace. It was worth it.

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Antonin Dvorak's 9th Symphony ("From the New World").

One of my neighbors was playing the theme from the second movement on the trumpet and I felt compelled to hear the whole thing in all its orchestral glory.

(Ok, in as much of its orchestral glory as a CD played through my shitty stereo can manage.)

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