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    Web Ho - Design B!tch ~Michelle's Avatar
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    Just thought I would post a fun poll and see what you like to listen to when you are coding?

    Currently as I type, I am listening to some Skid Row (Youth Gone Wild - that brings back some memories! *LOL*)

    I have been coding all afternoon and have gone through the new Dixie Chicks, the new Matchbox 20, some Kid Rock, right now Skid Row and 3 Doors Down is next in my line up.

    So, what do you like to code to?

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    LOL Michelle...

    I am a consistent listener of music while I am at any of my systems. Blues and Jazz mostly. Today, I have been going through a compilation of Paul Smith's piano.

    Obstinatedon

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by ~Michelle:
    Just thought I would post a fun poll and see what you like to listen to when you are coding?
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Today, Stanley Jordan - Magic Touch and Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life

    But, the cable box they made me upgrade to, to keep up with their system, has these channels 800 thru 870 or so that have tons of different genres, so ya never know.

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    hmm, both my computer cd drives are taken up with the cds from Battlefield 1942.
    The stereo in the other room though, loves to pump AD-DC Live or anything U2

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    Today I got through some Ella Fitzgerald singing Gershwin, Ol' Blue Eyes, Satchmo, and Mozart piano concertos. Just treated myself to some second-hand KEF 103/3 loudspeakers and they're FANTASTIC. It's like having a whole new music collection to listen to...
    I feel a website coming on, about the superiority of vinyl over CD....

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    If any music during work, then
    VNV Nation, Depeche Mode, Project Pitchfork, Blutengel and some times old techno tapes from the beginning of the ninetees.

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    Mad Caddies - rock the plank
    This album has set up home in the cd player.



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    Snoop Dogg today

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    Screamin' wah wah kill-your-mother guitars in the daytime ~ Jimi Hendrix, Thin Lizzy, Eric Gales

    At night I kick back with some of the old masters ~ Rev. Gary Davis, Lightnin' Hopkins

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> the superiority of vinyl over CD.... <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Right on, brother!


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    Right now I've got the shuffle going with Kid Rock, Peter Gabriel, Simon & Garfunkle, Great Big Sea, Eminem, Avril Lavigne, Def Leppard, LA Style, Janis Joplin, New Order, Lemonheads, INXS, Godsmack, Depeche Mode, Violent Femmes, and tons ... TONS of the Tragically Hip.

    Tonight... I will be productive!!!

    Game on!!!!

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    "Busted Stuff" by Dave Matthews Band. I listen to about everything from Josh Groban to Eminem...

    I would have to say that Dave Matthews is the best though!

    Core

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    Lawrence Welk's greatest hits!

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    The Muppet show album. I keep cranking up the bass on 'Mahna Mahna'.

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    Pink Floyd or Metallica

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> the superiority of vinyl over CD <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Records have always been superior. I wish they were portable.

    lately, Andrew W.K. has been tickling my eardrums.

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    Darren Hayes 'Spin'
    JJ Cale 'Strummin' on the Porch a Beer in Hand'
    Loreena McKennitt 'the mask & the Mirror'
    Nigel Kennedy 'The Four Seasons'
    Soggy Bottom Boys 'O Brother Where Art Thou'


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    maccas I listen to mettelica too.. I listen to mostly local punk. punk bands from here Santa Cruz..

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    For working on my sites..right now it is Dave Mathews..for my workouts it is a compilation CD of Old AC/DC(Bon Scott),Tool, Shotgun Messiah and the Four Horseman. Last week when I was working on my sites I was listening to Tibetan Meditation bells and gregorian chants.
    How is that for contrast?

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    For when I'm working on websites:
    Starsailor, Badly Drawn Boy, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd
    For when I wake up in the morning:
    Mahna Mahna (also makes a great drunk sing-a-long)

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    Right now- Fleetwood Mac at work and Talking Heads at home

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    System of a down, Rancid, NOFX, Pennywise

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    Classic Country (late 60s-early 80s) from almost any artist, as long as it's not too sad. I like the ones with a beat--but not if they sound like rock! If I wanted rock I'd get a rock CD...

    Favorites including Waylon Jennings and early Hank Williams Jr (before he took that plug-awful name "Bocephus" and ruined his sound). The Charlie Daniels Band is good too, but most of my CDB music is on records.

    Record lovers, I hear ya! Vinyl beats CDs any day, sound-wise! But CDs are more convenient for just playing the tracks I want.

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    It’s hard to say what I like to listen to when I’m coding. Always depends on my mood. The John Boy and Billy show is on the radio in the morning, but after they go off it’s anybody’s guess. Some of the usual suspects are Alice Cooper, Ozzie, Zeplin, Floyd, REM, Earl Scruggs, Bella Fleck, Glengarry Bhoys, Bad Haggis, Seven Nations, and of course Robert Earl Keen. How’s that for an eclectic mix?

    Jason
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    Listen to a number of different Country & Western singers. I like moslty traditional sounding country. I get in moods, and will listen to the same songs for days.... then I'll switch to different ones. Anyway, that's what i listen to when I'm on the computer, and elsewhere.

    O NewcaslteB, Have you heard that REK song called "Swervin in my lane"? That's a good on too

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    hmmm interesting post! I can only work with my Rolling Stones! Right now, its Forty Licks....

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