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Old 24th May 2008
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i am a big fan of Arena. currently i am listening to The Visitor (1998).
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I use xmms for music.
Currently not listening to anything.

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I use Itunes on my Mac Book,

Currnetluy I am listening to Take it Easy By the Eagle.

I also like
Tina Turner

Bruce Spring Steen

The Rolling Stones

Weird Al
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What I listen with usually various as time goes by, at first I used XMMS then changed to Amarok then changed back to XMMS... Now I'm currently using an xterm with an MPlayer slave controlled through a FIFO via a perl script of mine that provides an interface to common actions.

Local tracks are a mixture of a tunes, a small collection... not worth mentioning.

Code:
Terry@vectra-$  ls /srv/nfs/Music/*.* | wc -l && du -ch /srv/nfs/Music
     262
6.8M    /srv/nfs/Music/Playlists/manager
6.9M    /srv/nfs/Music/Playlists
2.0G    /srv/nfs/Music
2.0G    total
Terry@vectra-$

Most of the time I'm listening to this radio station through my web browsers MPlayer plugin.
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I'm listening to iWoz
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Right now:
Pantera, Tech N9ne, Madball.
Mostly Hardcore, Heavy Metal, Hip-Hop but sometimes CDs like the ones from Maria Mena or Melody Gardot find their way to my player.
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As I type this: Billy Bragg - California Stars.
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Player - Audacious
Blackmore's Night - Mond Tanz
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Xmms with Sepultura/Soulfly
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Wax Tailor - Positively Inclined

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The Beatles: "P.S. I love you." Next came The Eagles "Take it to the Limit" Some Wierd Al, Goons, Seekers, Bing Crosby, BeeGees, Beach Boys, Monkees, Peter Dawson, London Symphony Orchestra, Val Doonican, Electric Light Orchestra etc could crop us next.
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Usually I have Last.fm loaded with artists that sound like Blind Guardian or Megadeth. I also have about 200gigs of various music that needs sorting, but that hard drive rarely gets hooked up anymore.
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some dnb radio as i am typing. i usually listen to dnb/rock/metal depends on the mood.

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Tool - The Grudge

Listen to alot of different music from Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Tool, Nick Cave, Talking Heads, Manowar, Dream Evil, Genesis, Traditional Irish Music, Blues, Ministry, King Crimson and LOADS others

Use XMMS for music and gtkPod to sync up my iPod
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Lots of tech podcasts. Since I started listening to podcasts, about three years now, haven't listened to as much music as I used too.
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In use musicpd with Sonata, on windows I use foobar2000 (Which is a GREAT audio player, wish it would run on FreeBSD...)

Right now I'm listening to Slayer...
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The last 5 artists on my iPod: Better than Ezra, Sebadoh, Liz Phair, The Buggles, and MC Frontalot.
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Listening to Siouxsie & The Banshees at the moment.
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i JUST finished Cover To Cover bY BIly RAY CYRUS

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Hello,

Switching between mpg321 and ogg123.

Various Gregorian and Byzantine Chants and some Slavic Folk Music (mostly based around a religious theme) and some Italian Folk Music.
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