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  1. 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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    2. GooberMan


      Numbermind said:

      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.

    3. Little Faith

      Little Faith

      Numbermind said:

      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.

    4. Danarchy


      The Beatles. Everybody likes The Beatles