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My partner and I are having a bit of a disagreement over what kind of music should be played while we're working. As of now, our spending is limited-- so I'm going to buy one CD this weekend to change the mood a bit. He's getting tired of my twiddly-diddly prog music and other crap that puts him to sleep. I'm getting tired of his junky nu-metal collection and whatever it is that involves layering 8 detuned guitars playing the bottom string over and over.
We can sort of agree on playing classic rock, Mudvayne, and Peter Gabriel. So, what should I be buying this weekend? Keep in mind that this is for a programming environment, so it can't be either too challenging or too repetitive.
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And PJ Harvey? What's that? That isn't that "Flagpole Sitta" group, is it?
Best. Comment. EVAR.
PJ Harvey = champion female solo artist.
Amused to Death gets a bit tired after a while. Will do for a weekend job though.
I regularly listen to Front Line Assembly, Haujobb, Wumpscut, Devin Townsend (solo and Strapping Young Lad), and Opeth whilst programming at work.
Yeah, industrial isn't really the way to go. And PJ Harvey? What's that? That isn't that "Flagpole Sitta" group, is it?
I may end up taking a look at Roger Waters' "Amused to Death" Or something late-70's by King Crimson.
I still stand by my points. You should try Killing Joke and The Mad Capsule Markets. Good stuff.