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I'm really digging that Saving Abel song After All on the NCIS Offical TV Soundtrack so my shuffler is starting with that.

Nickelback- Cowboy Hat

Tantric- Down & Out

Incubus- Privlege

Limp Bizkit- Rollin

CCR- Fortunate Son

Bruce Springsteen- Born in the USA

Jet Black Stare- I Won't Let Go

Tantric- Hero (not the Spider-Man Hero)

Nickelback- See You At The Show

Live- The Distance

that's it for now gonna see what else the shuffler has in store and read the book I got the other day.

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I find Chuck Mosely’s deranged groaning far more awesome than I think I should.

While I know it is not a popular opinion, i personally find the Mosely stuff to be far superior to the Patton stuff. I love Mike Patton but I don't think he understood what made FNM work, he kind of turned them into a tamer version of Mr. Bungle.

Faith No More - We Care A Lot

One of only two songs I can play on the bass. A classic.

It's one of the only songs i can play slap style. gotta love those open notes!

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The only Mosely FNM song I even like.

that's dissapointing to hear. the "We Care A Lot" album is my favorite FNM album, they whole atmosphere of that album is just really eerie while still being something you could throw on at a party.

but just to show a little Patton love

np: Faith No More - Everything's Ruined

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I don't know. They just seem like a sloppy funk band to me. Introduce Yourself has the next best rhythm on the record by Mosely ruins that one for me.

Patton turned them into the best band of their time.

Simple Man by Deftones, by the way.

It kicks ass!

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I don't know. They just seem like a sloppy funk band to me. Introduce Yourself has the next best rhythm on the record by Mosely ruins that one for me.

Patton turned them into the best band of their time.

I can't argue with the fact that the Patton albums are obviously the more influential ones, and helped to soldify their place in rock history because prior to that they were just known as the band that James Hetfield liked but i still just happen to prefer the Mosley stuff. Dosen't mean "Angel Dust" isn't also one of my all time favorite albums though.

*The Des and Malpractice Faith No More podcast coming soon*

Simple Man by Deftones, by the way.

It kicks ass!

very glad to hear!

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OK I turned on the shuffler again in my Library Favs list and then went to the store I came back to:

Tim McGraw- Don't Take the Girl

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band- Mainstreet

Trust Company- Downfall

Disturbed- Land of Confusion

Savage Garden- Two Beds & A Coffee Machine (yeah I know I know.... but ya can't say I don't have very varied tastes)

Billy Joel- Don't Ask Me Why

Stone Temple Pilots- Plush

Eagle Eye Cherry- Save Tonight

Crazy Town- Butterfly

Collective Soul- Heavy

Saliva- Your Disease

Walking On Broken Glass- Annie Lennox

Theory Of A Deadman- Hating Hollywood

Brand New Sin- Crank It Up (The Big Show's Theme)

Mark Chesnutt- Bubba Shot The Jukebox

Shinedown- 45

Nickelback- Woke Up This Morning

ok I think that's it for now I'm going back to watching Animaniacs.... For a min there I thought NB wouldn't show up at all in the the shuffling LOL :D

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Default- Wasting My Time- been waiting for a new album from these guys... hopefully this year will be the year

Everything Falls Apart- Dogs Eye View

Iris- The Goo Goo Dolls

Dead Or Alive- You Spin Me Round

Jet Black Stare- Every Moment

Course Of Nature- The Window

Duran Duran- The Reflex

Saving Abel- Addicted

The Union Underground- Across The Nation (An Old Monday Night RAW Theme)

Big Yellow Taxi- Amy Grant (yes I know that's not who originally sang it)

Live- Beautiful Invisible- Exclusive Online Track from: Friends Of Live Offical Website

Draggin' The Line- Tommy James (it was featured in Don't Tell MOM the Babysitter's DEAD...... YES I liked that movie!)

Godsmack- Moon Baby

Crosby, Stills, & Nash- Daylight Again (it was featured in an episode of my favoite cop show NASH BRIDGES!)

UB40- Red Red Wine

Live- Simple Creed

Nickelback- Side Of A Bullet

I wouldn't even be out of bed if I wasn't awaiting WFP 47 to be available I am actually feeling worse it's like every time I sleep then wake up it gets even worse. Maybe Freddy's attacking me in my dreams MUH HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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"Battle With Seymour", Black Mages

Which, with iTunes on shuffle, segues into...

"Signs of Change", Hitoshi Sakimoto, FFXII OST

like I said before the iTunes shuffler is VERY weird when it comes to the choices :D

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