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      CommentAuthorDerleth
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2007 edited
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    Track listing for my newest mix CD, titled Obscene Gesture


    Hollywood Undead - My Black Dahlia
    Tricky - Broken Homes
    The Used - Just A Little
    Optical - To Shape the Future RMX
    The Deftones - Be Quiet and Drive
    Fishbone - It's a Wonderful Life
    AFI - Kiss My Eyes
    Chemical Brothers - Loops of Fury
    The Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs - Maps
    Coheed & Cambria - A Favor House Atlantic
    Ed Rush & Optical - Wormhole
    Mindless Self Indulgence - Kill the Rock
    Static-X - The Trance is the Motion
    Sonic Youth - 100%
    Tom Waits - I Don't Wanna Grow Up
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    Autechre. Lots and lots of Autechre.
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    PJ Harvey - White Chalk

    Good god this is brilliant. Perfect rainy day, scraped up face from a bike accident album.

    Various Live Amanda Palmer Videos. Astronaut* is all science porn for us.

    *Sample of Astronaut lyrics b/c they're ace: but you are my love the astronaut / flying in the face of science /i will gladly stay an afterthought /just bring back some nice reminders .. just my luck they sent your upper half / it’s a very nice reminder / it’s a very nice reminder
    • CommentAuthorrobb
    • CommentTimeDec 9th 2007
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    joe.distort: "with breakcore/ spazz electronics i just don't know enough to find a lot of the good stuff."

    cock rock disco is very good, with lots of free stuff to sample. drumcorps is an ex new england metalcore guy (alias for aaron spectre who spins a lot of ragacore and less evil stuff) who moved to berlin and chopped up slayer and snapcase with digital hacksaws. and it's the home of duran duran duran.

    daly city records is another. a little more twee, but great. start with Mochipet. he also did some great remixes of spank rock. lots more free samples.
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    I am currently listening to the quiet hum of my computer case speakers and the far-off, yet incessant barking of the yippy dogs next door. Oh, music, I got nothin'.
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    On Breakcore:

    Here's live recordings of everyone from the HUGE breakcore fest in Detroit 2 weekends ago
    http://grindthieves.com/schizo/



    Yes it was loud. Yes it was awesome. Yes I felt like I'd been worked over by a 300lb thug w/ a lead pipe the next day.
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      CommentAuthorUnsub
    • CommentTimeDec 9th 2007
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    I'm having a time out until I can learn some manners.
    Walk like a zombie by the Horror pops is the first song in a long time to really make me like music again.
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      CommentAuthorroque
    • CommentTimeDec 9th 2007
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    Black Francis, Curve, Godhead. my usual picks.

    today, added to this are some tracks I downloaded from Remix.NIN.com, a link I found elsewhere on Whitechapel (thanks guys!) the instrumental version of "Dead Souls" is quite nice.
    • CommentAuthorNecros
    • CommentTimeDec 9th 2007
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    I have a few thousand Heavy Matal tracks on a rotating playlist.

    Right now I would say: Slayer, Hypocrisy, Behemoth, Amon Amarth, Rotting Christ, Judas Priest, Rudra, and Dark Tranquillity

    Oh and just to add a bit of variety: Tom Waits, a bit of B21, some Anime soundtrack stuff and Irish Traditional.
    • CommentAuthorrobb
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007
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    tacopunch: thanks. listening to the doormouse set now, or maybe it's adjust because the tags got switched? whichever bit opens with him screaming at the audience to shut up.

    pinch's new "underwater dancehall" is in the wings.
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      CommentAuthorFauxhammer
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007
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    I just snagged a couple of songs off Abney Park's site--"Stigmata Martyr" and "The Wrong Side" and they're pretty good. They're a band I like more for their aesthetic than for their actual musical chops, but they're defintely growing on me.
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    didnt doormouse used to produce and play hardcore/gabber? i used to actually know what was going on in that scene like 95-98. especially if it pertained to TRON, SPEED FREAK or any other speedcore, deathcore, high bpm brutality.
    • CommentAuthorDragone
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007
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    Just dropping this down without wadding through the 200 plus posts between this one and my last one.

    Still listening to Minor Threat. Its helping me trudge to work and back home in the blistering cold. Its only a 10 minute walk, but in -30 weather with the windchill, its fucking hell. Minor Threat gets me through that.

    Otherwise at home I'm listening to Black Kids. They're giving away there ep away for free through their website. Its really good, I understand all the hype that Rolling Stone and Spin has given them.
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      CommentAuthorTacoHugsPHD
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007 edited
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    Robb,

    The mp3 tags on those files are incorrect. The first file is adjust+in broken key, the 2nd is cutups then everything is right until the doormouse file. Doormouse's set is only the first 30 min or so and after that fishhead starts djing and halfway into the file labeled as fishhead xanopticon starts his set.

    Joe.distort,

    Yeah doormouse is gabba-kick stuff and has transitioned into more of a cut up woo party style as of late.

    P.S. Xanopticon is pretty much the hardest breakcore there is IMHO. Nano-samurai beats cutting carbon chains for sure.
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    tacopunch-i will definitely check it out as much of this as possible-thx.

    recent: fight club vol 1 12" (knifehandchop vs mechaknifehandchop!)
    dalek "megaton" 12" single
    charles bronson/ ice nine split 7" ( score! so happy i found this record! one of the best things of the mid 90s)
    dear landlord/off with their heads split 7" (dear landlord is becoming my favorite pop punk/beardo band. too bad they only have 4 songs released)
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      CommentAuthorGreg SBB!
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007
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    The Name Of This Band Is Talking Heads (Disc 1)

    and the swoonsome Emmy The Great's - My Bad EP
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    Right now, Voxtrot. Specifically, Brother In Conflict, which is nice. In fact, the entire album is pretty nice and I was very impressed with it when it came out.

    Later, VivaL'AmericanDeathRayMusic. I have trouble with this lot's name, actually, because it's written in a myriad different ways all over the place. I messaged them on MySpace about it a while ago (yes, I was that concerned) and they say it's like that.

    Anyway, anyone ever pick up a CD or record or whatever in a shop just because they like the look of it? VivaL'AmericanDeathRayMusic were one of those, and I am not regretting it. In fact, I hardly ever do. Here, linkage: Last.fm Yeah, the majority of people on last.fm wanna put spaces in there. Never mind. Also, myspace: La.
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    I am listening to the fantastic audio recording of Philip Pullman's the Subtle Knife it a full cast unabriged adaptation easily the most 3 dimentional audio I have ever listen to its the sequel to the Golden Compass I loved book the but thought the movie sucked it was was over sanitised and rushed seen that deserved twenty minutes were chopped down to only 5 and left the end of the book . I'm glad it's did not doing what was expected if it flops it will be because it treated the souce materiel with disrespect not because it is thought to be anti Christian
    good day
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    • CommentAuthorTim Murr
    • CommentTimeDec 10th 2007
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    Just this week I was turned on to Okkervil River's "Black Sheep Boy" which is really pretty great.
    Also heavy on the pod;
    Drive By Truckers "Dirty South"
    Captain Beefheart "Troutmask Replica"
    Best of Uncle Tupelo
    Gun Club "Fire of Love"
    Louvin Brothers "Satan is Real"