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d2k73
6th Mar 2006, 22:48
This thread seems to be on every forum on the web so thought id stick it on here! Apologies if its been done before!

Gemma Hayes- 4:35am

Gingerbread Man
6th Mar 2006, 22:50
Jose Gonzalez.

What's it to ya?

Ginger ;)

G-CPTN
6th Mar 2006, 23:02
Radio Five Live (Zulu).

Solid Rust Twotter
7th Mar 2006, 05:53
The sweet sound of silence, disturbed only by the snores and gentle flatulence of six hounds....

acbus1
7th Mar 2006, 06:08
The hum of the cooling fan and the rattling of the keyboard.

.......oh! and the crunch of toast.

Bliss! :)

sinala1
7th Mar 2006, 06:21
The sound of myself sweating in this :mad: brisbane humidity! :{

Oh and Speed of Sound by Coldplay :D

BombayDuck
7th Mar 2006, 07:36
Air-conditioner and monster UPS' internal fan :*

also a colleague singing Hindi songs in a Telugu-American-English accent.

Help!

Le Pen
7th Mar 2006, 07:59
I'm Sorry I haven't a clue....

Good old Humph!!

LP

lasernigel
7th Mar 2006, 08:13
The cracking sound of a laser against metal.Rhythmic at 2.5 hz,when the two of them are going sounds like that alternate clapping they do in gospel churches.When the third one's completed I hope it syncs in.:ok:

MagnusP
7th Mar 2006, 08:35
Jon Lord with the Hoochie Coochie Men "Live at the Basement". :ok:

Gouabafla
7th Mar 2006, 09:12
My Windows Media Player four and five star favourites. Just had Clapton, now it's Joan Armourplating. Never know what will come up next.

phnuff
7th Mar 2006, 09:22
"I dont wanna go down to the basement" - The Ramones

Solid Rust Twotter
7th Mar 2006, 09:38
Bob Dylan's Bootleg Series of the Rolling Thunder Revue.

Go Smoke
7th Mar 2006, 09:48
Hey, somebody else calls her Joan Amourplating too!

Listening to Martha Wainwrights new album at the moment - nearly finished so plan on playing Whiskeytown's 'Strangers Almanac' within the next few minutes.

Jinkster
7th Mar 2006, 10:01
Knockin on heavens door - dunblaners :D

airborne_artist
7th Mar 2006, 10:18
'er indoors rattling around the kitchen making a Shepherd's Pie.

Is Joan Armour Plating in any way related to Olivia Neutron Bomb - I think we should be told...:ok:

goshdarnit
7th Mar 2006, 10:33
What was the question? Can't hear you over all this racket...

planepsycho
7th Mar 2006, 11:15
05:14 AM
garbage truck

Solid Rust Twotter
7th Mar 2006, 11:21
Silence again.

Bliss.......

CargoMatatu
7th Mar 2006, 11:25
NUFFIN' !!!:p

tall and tasty
7th Mar 2006, 11:29
on my head set Bon Jovi as loud as I can manage without blowing my ear drums.

Otherwise it would be the constant banging on the key board as I am all alone in a quiet place

TnT

Ace Rimmer
7th Mar 2006, 12:54
**** all now but listened to they Byrds and the Magic Numbers on the way in.

seacue
7th Mar 2006, 13:21
Artie Shaw playing "They Say" on XM Satellite Radio channel 4.

pigboat
7th Mar 2006, 13:45
Decoration Day, Drive-by Truckers. :ok:

pp, you up early or you ain't been to bed yet? :E

djk
7th Mar 2006, 13:51
Trip Shakespeare "Are you Shakespearienced?"

Gouabafla
7th Mar 2006, 13:55
Just read that Ali Farka Toure has died (story here (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/4782176.stm)). The sound track to the rest of my day will be Malian blues.

Merci, inice, al haradjen, Ali.

Huck
7th Mar 2006, 16:21
The sweet sound of MD-11's and A-300's going deep into reverse as they arrive for the midnight sort, here in lovely Subic Bay, PI....

surely not
7th Mar 2006, 16:28
Just finished listening and watching a BBC DVD of 'THe Old Grey Whistle Test' which had some great acts on it............ Freddie King, BrinsleySchwarz, Johnny Winter, Janis Ian, Half Man Half Biscuit, Simple Minds etc

Now following that by listening to Kaiser Chiefs.

d2k73
7th Mar 2006, 16:50
Sigur Růs- Takk

On of the best albums i've bought in a long time!:ok:

Mudfoot
7th Mar 2006, 17:28
Tinninitis, keyboards, mouse clicks and parts-carts - Ppruning at work (ssshhhhhh).

Cheers, y'all.

colmac747
7th Mar 2006, 17:33
Anything i want to listen to http://www.radioblogclub.com/

You'll need to quickly register - takes seconds:ok:

Royskopp - Triumphant

beamer
7th Mar 2006, 17:44
Black Widow - 'Come to the Sabbath - Satan's there.......................'

aerobat 1971
7th Mar 2006, 18:12
Sierra Maestra's latest album, Son: Soul of a Nation. Helps to distract my from the pain of a bout of tonsilitus that's keeping me away from flying at the moment.

(Mellow Cuban Son for the un-initiated)

Cheers,

David

Ozzy
7th Mar 2006, 18:13
Johnnie Walker on R2 sur la Internet thingy

Ozzy

BALIX
7th Mar 2006, 19:05
My 16 year old son singing along to some God-awful crappy song that's playing on his PC.

I'm just going to go and shut his bedroom door...

Krystal n chips
7th Mar 2006, 19:19
The decidely well and truly broken -which is obvious to anybody in the vicinity ( with one notable exception--the :mad: driver ) of a Stagecoach bus:{

planepsycho
7th Mar 2006, 20:51
14:50
a rough sounding Cessna doing a run up....sounds sort of like that dang garbage truck earlier this morning! lol

(something like that pigboat;) )

ShyTorque
7th Mar 2006, 21:43
The usual:

"What? - are you on that damned website AGAIN!!!? :mad: "

d2k73
8th Mar 2006, 21:09
The Reindeer Section- You are my joy

Loki
8th Mar 2006, 21:58
Laura Veirs "Carbon Glacier"

When that`s over I`ll listen to some Lenny Cohen (It`s Ok I`m not here on my own), then some Madeleine Peyroux.

Onan the Clumsy
8th Mar 2006, 22:08
Knowing Me Knowing You on BBC Radio 7 :ok:

TURIN
8th Mar 2006, 22:26
'DESERT ISLAND WOMAN'
by CHILLI WILLI & THE RED HOT PEPPERS !

Many thanks to Steve Harley and BBC Radio 2 !!:\

Randomtox
10th Mar 2006, 10:27
Tangerine Dream....

Lon More
10th Mar 2006, 13:34
Eva Cassidy RIP

AIRWAY
11th Mar 2006, 17:24
Who wants to live forever - Queen

Airway

Captain Bug Smasher
11th Mar 2006, 19:36
Talk Talk, Living in Another World.

handysnaks
11th Mar 2006, 20:42
David Gilmour on Radio 2. Mmmmmmmmm.....nice

Maxbert
11th Mar 2006, 21:35
22:33 Local, 21:33 Zulu-

Pink Floyd, Dark side of the Moon (Right now the woman going "Aaaaah, aaaahhh, woooaaaahhhhh...." the track just before "Money")

Christ, that album was old when I was young... :(

haughtney1
11th Mar 2006, 21:45
Bon Jovi "bed of roses"

:} old soft metal head here:ok:

To be followed by Del Amitri "nothin really matters"

Maxbert
11th Mar 2006, 21:55
... and now, Joe Jackson, "The verdict"- One has resurrected the IR headphones, one is minded to listen to ALL (pre 1998) one's Joe Jackson CDs... :ok:

skyjunky
14th Mar 2006, 08:05
I'm listening to the Pussycat Dolls on my ipod but can still hear the dulcet tones of a load of pilots complaining.

LowNSlow
14th Mar 2006, 08:07
My bl00dy tinnitus.............

Binoculars
14th Mar 2006, 10:54
I haven't played a CD in months. I spend all my computer time listening to on-line radio through my ISP, none of it counting to download limits, 24 hours a day, no commercials, I love it! The track playing at the moment on the ambient station is Blank and Jones with Bobo, (whoever she is) Loneliness is the name of the track.

i love not knowing what you are going to hear next.

Queen Elizabeth II
14th Mar 2006, 11:06
"God Save One"

Rushton
14th Mar 2006, 11:11
Listening/watching re-run of David Gilmour concert on Radio 2 website. Damn clever all this interwebby stuff.

scruggs
14th Mar 2006, 13:52
A bootleg recording of the Cream (Clapton, Bruce, Baker) gig I went to see in New York last October 26th.

Synthetic
14th Mar 2006, 23:41
David Gilmour on Radio 2. Mmmmmmmmm.....nice

Also available on freeview ch 301. I knew there was a good reason for paying £100 for that box.