Fleet Foxes

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Last week, LG posted an entry on her blog with some great music she’s currently enjoying. I was really drawn in by the Fleet Foxes’ song White Winter Hymnal, so I sought out their self-titled album.

I’ve really been enjoying listening to their unique sound, and I’m looking forward to this Seattle-based band’s next album, due out later this year.

I recently ripped all of my CDs to iTunes for the first time. I have been listening to music I haven’t heard in years! Artists like Meat Loaf, Green Day, Manu Chao, Squirrel Nut Zippers, and tons more are coming across my radar again. I haven’t listened to some of this stuff since high school, and it’s nice to re-discover it all.

Has anyone else had a similar experience? What are you listening to now that you haven’t heard in a decade?

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4 Comments

  1. LG

    I’m so glad you like the FF. They have a unique sound for sure, but I just love how rich it is.

    I’ve been messing around with music a lot lately because of the purchase of my new iPod touch, and I’ve found SO much music. I’m on an 80s kick though – Depeche Mode, Boston, Nik Kershaw, Pet Shop Boys … the list goes on and on. I love it!

  2. Phil

    Good tip. I added Fleet Foxes to my Pandora stations and am getting all kinds of good music.

  3. Not that long ago Mike and I complied a 90’s play list. We each had to make our own since I’m all about exploring multiple music genres. I haven’t had a chance to really listen to it lately, but the last time I was sifting through it I found some EnVogue, SWV, and Jade. I really used to love early 90’s hip hop, and you know what I still do. I really need to get R Kelly’s Bump n’ Grind.

  4. My daughter likes this band also, along with Fort Minor plus a whole lot more. I admit that I find their music enjoyable. Have you tried Linkin Park?

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