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Thanks guys for the ideas here for new music. I have been playing the same vinyl record over and over for the last few years now. I even joined Miley's fan club and got a free t-shirt. I hope her new music will play in my Bonneville on my 8-track

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Thanks guys for the ideas here for new music. I have been playing the same vinyl record over and over for the last few years now. I even joined Miley's fan club and got a free t-shirt. I hope her new music will play in my Bonneville on my 8-track

I'm gonna go out on a limb, and say that Miley's new stuff probably won't play on your 8-track, but you could give it a try just to make sure. I'm thinkin' you're gonna have to look into getting some kind of conversion kit installed in your Bonneville to allow you to play her newer tunes. Otherwise, you're pretty much stuck with The Village People, ABBA, and Boney M.

Mind you, those three groups I'd pay a million bucks any day to get floor tickets and do some break dancin'.

Old Ditch loves his slam dancin' and mosh pits. I'm also the best Moonwalker in my office.

DITCH

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TheoJ

Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (feels like rollercoaster exhilarating feels like rollercoaster)

Marilyn Manson - Dope show (obvious but very tchno + rock)

Brian Jonestown Massacre - Face Down on the Moon (very speritual)

Kesha - Your love is my drug and Blow and We are who we ARe (very danceable)

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Lady Gaga - Bad Romance (feels like rollercoaster exhilarating feels like rollercoaster)

Marilyn Manson - Dope show (obvious but very tchno + rock)

Brian Jonestown Massacre - Face Down on the Moon (very speritual)

Kesha - Your love is my drug and Blow and We are who we ARe (very danceable)

Yep. Dope Show is my pick, increadably well produced. I've seen an interview with MM, very smart guy.

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Been listening to some Justin Bieber lately.

Man, he's a trip. Kinda a cross between Led Zepplin and The Doors.

I snatched a pair of Skull Candy headphones out of WalMart and hid them in my kids diaper. I wear them everyday now under my hoodie rockin' to Bieber, Puff Daddy, and the the theme song from Ghostbusters.

DITCH

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Thought I'd check on how this thread's progressing. Very impressed with a lot of posts. Miley Cyrus? WTF? I KNOW she was a very precocioius, even ADULT writer at the tender age of 12 but to appear in lists of druggie songs? I just don't know but I am a very open person and will lizten to her early stuff. Ke$ha, yeah, great vid based on Beatles' 'Yellow Sub', but great? I mean songs and music?

'Dead Flowers'. Can not fault that choice. Is that a different version than the original?

Ditch, there's a fine line between genius and insanity, and I can't make my mind up about you. Perhaps your tongue is in your cheek and you have a long harboured desire to go into standup comedy? Whatever, you are entertaining me!

But Justin Bieber, a cross between Zep & the Doors? That HAS to be comedy. Please say you're not serious!

I can't, despite lots of thinking, find the words that would describe my feelings on this topic towards Miley Cyrus or Ke$ha. Well, I can, but don't want an infraction for 'pornography'!!! No, they are indeed both, as a man with healthy testosterone levels, errrm, desirable, which is the most innocent word I could come up with.

And finally, though not a 'drug song' but one which is eminently listenable whilst stoned, remember yet another 1966/7 song, the Monkees' 'Daydream Believer' which has never been out of my top 5 pop singles ever, and give a moment's silence in memory of Davy Jones, taken too soon. As so many in the music business. At least he survived well beyond the far too big '27 Club'. Yhink of all who passed at 27. Janis, Jimi, James Morrison, Al thingy from Canned Heat, mote recently the remarkable Amy Winehouse... Tjat list goes on. What age was Cass Elliot?

Anyway I'm impressed, and if there are still some of you who don't know the La's 'There She Goes' or Spiritualized, the whole album, 'Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space' (1995 or so) then LISTEN TO THEM!!!

Enjoy your sounds, friends! Your everlasting hippie correspondent,

Absorbaloff

By the way, Weedpete in particular, and all who remember good acid and a smoke of fine weed, never forget the multinational band who lived communally for 40 years, GONG. Pure genius with Bloomdido Bad de Grasse (Didier Malherbe) playing wind instruments like nobody else, all led by the Aussie Hippie Spectaculaire, Daevid Allen. Yes, the spellig's right. Get on Google and Wuzam and find their stuff like 'Camembert Electrique' and 'Flying Teapot'. You will not be disappointed!

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FrankieGirl

I have to toss a vote in here:

My favorite singer/songwriter of ALL time is Jackson Browne. What a talented man. He went a little sideways on me with his Lawyers In Love album, but I've forgiven him for that! ;-)

I saw him the first of many times in '78 I think it was....he played Cocaine (you take sally, I'll take sue, there ain't no difference between the two, cocaine, running all round my brain...) and when he was done, he leaned over and did a line off the top of his incredibly beautiful black baby grand!

Gawd I miss those days!!

Then there is his song Your Bright Baby Blues (it's so hard to come by that feeling of peace, this friend of mine said, close your eyes and try a few of these, I thought I was flying like a bird, so far above my sorrow but when I looked down I was standing on my knees...)

Powerful words there, huh?

Frankiegirl

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My Fav ^_^

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ChjLMbXVrU

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HYPNOTIC.

I have to toss a vote in here:

My favorite singer/songwriter of ALL time is Jackson Browne. What a talented man. He went a little sideways on me with his Lawyers In Love album, but I've forgiven him for that! ;-)

I saw him the first of many times in '78 I think it was....he played Cocaine (you take sally, I'll take sue, there ain't no difference between the two, cocaine, running all round my brain...) and when he was done, he leaned over and did a line off the top of his incredibly beautiful black baby grand!

Gawd I miss those days!!

Then there is his song Your Bright Baby Blues (it's so hard to come by that feeling of peace, this friend of mine said, close your eyes and try a few of these, I thought I was flying like a bird, so far above my sorrow but when I looked down I was standing on my knees...)

Powerful words there, huh?

Frankiegirl

Great choice and song FrankieGirl

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tadawdb

Needle and the damage done - Neil Young

Shine a Light - Stones

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TioMalo

Needle and the damage done - Neil Young

And, Sister Morphine - Stones

Oldfashion ? Definitely...

Cheers - TioMalo

PS. And, of course, Golden Brown - Stranglers (not THAT old, but old anyhow...)

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My Fav ^_^

Sorry EndGame, but in my humble opinion that music and video you chose really sucked.

On the flip side, I'm sure you're not a big fan of The Pointer Sister and New Kids on the Block, like I am.

So, to each his own.

Mind you, this song really gets me pumped up before a big night out. Maybe you too. Totally awesome and gnarly.

DITCH

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Good one DITCH I love Rick James :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Eric Clapton - Cocaine

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-CN4DeAo7s

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