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Fountains Of Wayne - Welcome Intersate Managers
U2 - How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb
Lenny Kravitz - Baptism
Pink Floyd - Meddle
The Streets - A Grand Don't come for Free (british Hip Hop)


Wilco--Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Jonatha Brooke, Steady Pull
Gemma Hayes, Night on my Side
Pete Yorn, Musicfor the morning after
Ryan Adams, Rock n' Roll

Actually, any of Wilco's stuff is great. These may be the only stuff that isn't considered country or countryish that I have. BTW, there are some great artists like Steve Earle and the Jayhawks that might sound a bit country, but are in reality light years away from the Toby Keith's of this world.


Hmmm. I dunno. I love hip-hop, too, and you're right about it in a lot of ways. But I think it depends on who you're listening to. If you're talking about mainstream hip-hop, you're right on the money. But there's a lot of amazing stuff out there that's a little more off the beaten path that isn't violent or racist or misogynistic or homophobic.

As for recommendations, try:

Pedro the Lion - Control
Senryu - A Bath of Broken Glass
Sage Francis - A Healthy Distrust
TW Walsh - Blue Laws
Todd Steed and the Sons of Sphere - Knoxville Tells

Fat Calbert

In my CD Changer now
Bright Eyes
the Unicorns
The Sea and Cake

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