Archive for the What I’m Listening To Today Category

Alan Watt – Cutting Through The Matrix

Posted in What I'm Listening To Today on May 17, 2009 by newsreelneil

I’ve been listening to Alan quite alot recently. This guy is a genius. I thouroughly recommend everyone to give him a try at www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com

Neil

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Mike Rivero – What Really Happened

Posted in What I'm Listening To Today on May 7, 2009 by newsreelneil

Just been listening to Mike Rivero’s program from Hawaii. He was discussing how banks are now demolishing nearly complete and new houses due to there being too many empty properties thus driving down the price of houses further. They are simply trying to reinflate the bubble and create artificial scarcity to drive up prices and make more money from inflated loans for overpriced housing. When will these parasitic bankers be stopped from sucking the life out of ordinary human beings? They are a criminal gang in league with the government gang who both of whom should be arrested and locked up in the big house with bars on the windows!

The Ramones – Acid Eaters

Posted in What I'm Listening To Today on May 6, 2009 by newsreelneil

This collection of covers versions carry on the tradition of the Ramones in including covers on most of their albums. Made in 1993 it covers such classics as ‘Sustitute’, ‘Surf city’ and ‘Somebody to Love’ and ‘Out of Time’. Not my favourite Ramones album but a good introduction to anyone who’s never heard any of their own stuff.

Alan Watt – Cutting Through The Matrix

Posted in What I'm Listening To Today on May 6, 2009 by newsreelneil

Alan Watt holds a daily radio show from Canada exposing the real world we live in. It’s extremely interesting and eye opening on issues of the day. Programs can be downloaded the day after transmission from http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/

Give it a go, you will look at the world in a new light.

Cheers,

Neil

Morrissey – Years of Refusal

Posted in What I'm Listening To Today on May 4, 2009 by newsreelneil

The latest offering from ex Smiths frontman. Not too bad although I think alot of it sounds a bit samey. Not one of his better albums.