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Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by Cannabudz, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. Frickr

    Frickr Well-Known Member

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    Ganja Babe - Michael Franti http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Inf9oysBb24
    sunny hours - long beach dub all stars http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdTxTfKHlRA
    rolled up - long beach dub all stars http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n95k2MeW8nc
    Freaker by the speaker - keller williams http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PAI3QgssxKA
    standing outside a broken phonebooth - primitive radio gods http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LKVZ4NTfUc
    trigger hippie - morcheeba http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVXu_xXuaA8
    hands of time - groove amanda http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kOqn6DgJcF8
    garden grove - sublime http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJvUfglkZAc
    hunger strike - temple of the dog http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjNjJR9jUGo
    destiny - Zero 7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INn1C6ImJKg
    my currant playlist. much longer but these are the top songs haha. vape on!:D
  2. greenmonster2420

    greenmonster2420 Well-Known Member

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    Hell yeah, how was the show? I saw the Horseflies in July at a festival in NY on a head full of lucy. Absolutely fucking awesome.
  3. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze Kevin Retailer

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  4. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    Amazing, fantastic, intimate.. we were a row back from the stage by choice. The director of the convocations told us if we arrived 30 min before the show we'd have our pick of seats, he was right. It was right up there with the Tom Waits show as the all time best. Got to do a meet & greet with the band afterwards. Enjoyed the Iolite that weekend quite a bit, and our own in-room bar since it's dry town. The Flies had a bunch of the college kids doing the hippie dance next to the stage. Good times!
  5. greenmonster2420

    greenmonster2420 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, their music is mind blowing. Such funky, psychedelic bluegrass. I fucking love it. Rich (I believe is his name, the younger looking banjo player) is like Hendrix on a good damn banjo. So talented, I do hope they are back at that festival when I return next year, they were my favorite band there.
  6. sour

    sour Well-Known Member

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  7. Keyser Soze

    Keyser Soze Kevin Retailer

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    Never heard that Geiom cut before..nice one.

    I've been enjoying the way's in which Dubstep, have been progressing and evolving into various sub-genre's/styles. I LOVE a lot of the stuff from Pangea, and the cats that are fusing Italo/Nu Disco with Dub step all into new, lush soundscape's. :cool:

    Currently i've got this playing : Molecule "I wont let you fall"...chilllllllllllled.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=haXGt9-YPJs
  8. Samsquanch

    Samsquanch Vapor Astronaut

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    i like trip type music while enjoying vape heres a bit of a list

    Boards of Canada
    Stereolab
    Hum
    Tangerine Dream

    but then again i also like to rock it a bit with

    Joe Satriani
    Steve Vai
    Stu Hamm

    as you can tell by my list i like instrumental and ambient music but that is by far a very limited list of what artist s and genre s I listen to
    brez431 likes this.
  9. VapoFish

    VapoFish Well-Known Member

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    Last night I saw a documentary on a GREAT jazz "song stylist" as she called herself. I've enjoyed her music for years, but never really listened with passion.

    Anita O'day.

    What a voice, or I should say "instrument"!

    Her music, combined with what she struggled with (and overcame) make her my new hero and musical muse.
  10. sour

    sour Well-Known Member

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    Hey man great! Boards of Canada - Probably in my top 3 of overall great music to get stoned. So much great music out there. Ever listen to any Luke Vibert while stoned? How about Orbital? Pretty cool too. Sometimes I like a bit of DJ Shadow (entroducing....., private press)

    "Spiral out, keep going..."
  11. Pseudonymous

    Pseudonymous Nameless

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  12. DevoTheStrange

    DevoTheStrange Ia! Ia! Vapor Fthagn!

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    Been digging on El Michel's Affair, Enter the 37th Chamber. It is a Funk Instrumental tribute too Enter The Wu-Tang
  13. hopandstop

    hopandstop Well-Known Member

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    Xiu Xiu - anything
    This Song Is A Mess But So Am I - anything

    Former Ghosts - Fleurs (combo of the two above); incredible.
  14. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    Xiu Xiu is great....
    High Llamas - "Gideon Gaye" (if you haven't heard this you are in for a treat vape head wise...)
  15. SpiralArchitect

    SpiralArchitect ? & beyond

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  16. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    Very cool.

    Ones I've recently supported by actually buying a cd :p: The Low Anthem (saw live, gave me chills), The Rain Band, Nordic Nomadic..
    All great, give 'em a listen if you can.
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    Beezleb Well-Known Member

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  18. disco

    disco Well-Known Member

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    MF Doom, Incubus, Eels, and Coldcut are some of my favorites.
  19. VapoFish

    VapoFish Well-Known Member

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    Spiral - Ravi rocks. Have been listening to him for - well - forever it seems.

    Indigal, listening to The Rain Band now - nice. Thanks for the tip!
  20. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    No problem :).Too bad they were a one-album band. I have to say though, every song on the disc is good.

    We have a insane amount of really good music on our compy jukebox. According to Winamp: 27327 items, 27 days plus 20:19:48 hours of continuous music. Our house is rarely completely silent.. Then there's Pandora..
  21. VapoFish

    VapoFish Well-Known Member

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    OMG Pandora ... yep, use it daily. And I'm like you with a massive mp3 library. It's great to have choice.

    :peace:
  22. disco

    disco Well-Known Member

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    Damn that's a lot of goods. I thought my list was big (7500 titles), haha. There really is literally an endless amount of good music to listen to though, it's just a matter of time before you come across the bands and whatnot.
  23. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    It helps when you do hard-drive swaps with friends that are similarly inclined. 500 gig portable hard drives are a great investment for storage and swapping..
  24. indigal

    indigal Amongst the corn

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    http://that1guy.com/

    Trust me on this. Go to his site and noodle around on the multimedia section, esp the vids. If you have time- c/o the 30-Minute Music Hour show & interview (very worth it.) If you don't like it, at least you can't call it unoriginal.

    I missed him when he was in town a few months ago. I am going to plan a weekend trip to see him this time.
  25. PsychoActive

    PsychoActive Well-Known Member

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