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Music around the album Binaural

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01. Josh Freese - [The Notorious One Man Orgy] Men & Women

02. Tony Iommi - [Iommi] Time Is Mine

03. Nancy Wilson - [Vanilla Sky] Elevator Beat

04. The Rockfords - [Waiting] So Young

05. Supersuckers - [Free The West Memphis 3] Poor Girl

06. Geddy Lee - [My Favourite Headache] My Favourite Headache

07. Jeff Ament - [Ten Club 2001] I Just Wanna Have Something To Do

08. The Rockfords - [The Rockfords] Riverwide

09. Unified Theory - [Unified Theory] California

10. Brad - [Welcome To Discovery Park] Drop It Down

11. Stillwater - [Stillwater] Fever Dog

12. Eddie Vedder - [America] Long Road (Tribute To Heroes)

13. Our Lady Peace - [Spiritual Machines] Right Behind You (Mafia)

14. Brad - [Welcome To Discovery Park] Sheepish

15. Wellwater Conspiracy - [The Scroll And Its Combinations] Felicity's Surprise

16. The Wallflowers - [Red Letter Days] When You're On Top

17. Wellwater Conspiracy - [The Scroll And Its Combinations] The Scroll

18. Julianna Gianni - [Vanilla Sky] I Fall Apart

19. Stone Gossard - [Bayleaf] Bore Me

20. Chris Cornell - [Euphoria Morning] Disappearing One

21. Stone Gossard - [Bayleaf] Unhand Me



While Foo Fighters debuts a new drummer:

I made a mix (CD length) with music around the album BInaural. From official recordings, no bootlegs.

Josh Freese is a great drummer, here is a song with Stone Gossard.

So Young by The Rockfords (2004 Waiting EP) reminds me Puzzles and Games (AKA Light Years)

Unified Theory was a band from members of Blind Melon and Dave Krusen.

From Late '99 to Late '01

all you need is love
I got some if you need it

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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,092

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    bigbiggzybigbiggzy Posts: 714
    Excellent idea!!
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    apirk72apirk72 Posts: 493
    I saw unified theory in a tiny club in Minneapolis.  They were a great band, lead singer tried to be a little too much like Shannon Hoon, but they were good.  They were great but you could tell they were disappointed by the turnout, which makes sense since there were like 20 people there, and a few years before they probably all had 20 people just on their road crew.
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    apirk72 said:
    I saw unified theory in a tiny club in Minneapolis.  They were a great band, lead singer tried to be a little too much like Shannon Hoon, but they were good.  They were great but you could tell they were disappointed by the turnout, which makes sense since there were like 20 people there, and a few years before they probably all had 20 people just on their road crew.
    Same here. I saw them in a small club in NJ, can’t remember the year, 2003-2005? Maybe 30-40 people there. Decent show but didn’t blow me away 
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    demetriosdemetrios Canada Posts: 88,092
    bigbiggzy said:
    Excellent idea!!

    Indeed.
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