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Desert Island Disks 

by Ryan Longmeier
Let's see, just like Tom Hanks in his movie, Castaway, I certainly would need at least five CDs to cyclically listen to until I was rescued. But these are the best.

Miles Davis, In a Silent Way: I honestly laughed when first hearing this CD. Jazz can be funny, and this particular cut is groovy as well. It's two long, righteous songs.

Phish, Billy Breathes: I compare this album to Beethoven's Fifth Symphony for its comparable greatness.

Rush, Exit Stage Left: Are you in the mood for uprising? Get past the society we live in with another live gem from this Canadian rock group.

Primus, Frizzle Fry: Primus rocks as hard as Beavis and Butthead. If you like it, try Frizzle Fry.

Led Zeppelin, II: Jeepers creepers -- the last song is called "Bring It On Home," and when I listen (from the start) that's what I feel like I'm doing!
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