So over the weekend, I was transferring files to an external hard drive and accidentally deleted half my library. So instead of trying to figure out every single song I lost, I want UG to recommend me albums to download. Torrents ftw. I listen to acoustic folk rock, old and new rap, jazz, some pop rock, alternative, indie (whatever that means ), and old school punk, but I'm open to anything else.
sonic youth - daydream nation
miles davis - bitches brew
radiohead - in rainbows, kid a
devendra banhart - rejoicing in the hands
pavement - crooked rain, crooked rain
silver jews - american water
wilco - yankee hotel foxtrot
pixies - surfer rosa
smog - red apple falls
cat power - moon pix
the clash - london calling
It looks like we have fairly similar taste in music. I like Rilo Kiley, Ozma, Radiohead, Incubus, Death Cab for Cutie, Vince Guaraldi (especially his stuff for the Peanuts [Charlie Brown] movies), Gomez, John Mayer, some Phantom Planet. The list goes on. Hopefully you'll enjoy some of those bands/musicians as much as I do.
Ask RIAA, they can recomend some stuff for download
I started a new wave in music - it's called n00bism...
Oh wait, Curt did it before me
Kramer pacer
Screamin' deamon (neck)
Live-wire metal (bridge, 18v)
Finaly knobs that go to 11
XO by Elliott Smith
Either/Or by Elliott Smith
Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot by Wilco
Summer Teeth by Wilco
A Ghost is Born by Wilco
Finding Forever by Common
Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers) by Wu Tang Clan
Pink Moon by Nick Drake
Damned Damned Damned by The Damned
Blank Generation by Richard Hell and the Voidoids
Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth
Raw Power by iggy and the stooges
Lonesome Crowded West by Modest Mouse

that's all i've got for now
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For old school punk (Like 80s) try Dead Kennedys. They're pretty anti-corporate so no worry from the RIAA. Radiohead doesn't care either if you like them. But seriously, downloading = no. If you like a band you should buy their CDs. If you want to find out if you like a band or not there's a number of sites that allow you to legally listen to songs. Last.fm, rhapsody, and Pandora come to mind. Public libraries usually have CDs too.
"Triump" Wutang
"What's Happenin" Method Man ft. Busta Rhymes
"Send the Pain Below" Chevelle

And everything by fall of troy. That's all I can think of off the top of my head
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Opeth- Blackwater Park, Ghost Reveries
John Butler Trio- Grand National
Protest the Hero- Kezia
Radiohead- In Rainbows
Rage Against The Machine- Rage Against The Machine
Tool- Lateralus
The Human Abstract- Nocturne
Mastodon- Blood Mountain
Dream Theater- Scenes From a Memory
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I second the guy who said Pink Moon by Nick Drake; fantastic album.

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