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    Capt Beefheart - Ice Cream For Crow
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    @Brent Wilcox

    fuck yeah. have you ever heard his song "bat chain puller"? ridiculously incredible.
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeApr 21st 2008
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    The new Ruby James disk, Desert Rose.
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    @DJ Dead Billy

    "Bat Chain Puller" changed my life.
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    Neon Neon's Stainless Style. Gruff Rhys' involvement with a project is usually a sign of quality for me, and this is no exception.


    I dunno. I was really excited for it since Trick For Treat emerged last summer, but it falls well short of my expectations. It's not bad, but it's not nearly as good as a Furries or a Boom Bip album. I reckon I'll get fair mileage out of it as the weather warms up, though.

    This morning has so far been about Radiohead In Rainbows and Panda Bear's Person Pitch.
    • CommentAuthorshades
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
     (1884.26)
    Lately:
    - Braindrill Apocolyptic Feasting
    - Cursed "one" & "iii"
    - the new Soilent Green "Inevitable Collapse in the Presence of Conviction"
    - the Secret "Disintoxication"
    - and i just rediscovered an Amenra record on my 'puter that is hella mean (III)

    In the disc spinner this minute:
    - Coalesce "There is Nothing New Under the Sun" (led-zep covers)
    - Rwake "Voices of Omens"
    - High on Fire "Death is this Communion"
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    RUN WITH THE HUNTED-find your own way out er
    SATANS MONK-new songs demo (uhhhh, its weird being in a band where one person writes everything. for example : Jeff: "hey we have a new song." Me: "cool. when can i hear it?"

    yeah. weird.
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      CommentAuthornigredo
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
     (1884.28)
    Four Tet - Ringer

    @collindeplancy
    Missa Mexicana is an awesome record. Harmonia Mundi is one of my favourite labels.
    • CommentAuthordot_xom
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
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    Starlit (thank you very much, Mr. Ellis) has been making repeated rounds on my MP3 player today. I've been pimping their cover of Modern Love to anyone who'll listen. Also, Year Zero Remixed, the only NIN remix album that I've enjoyed.
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    Robert Rich & Ian Boddy - React
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      CommentAuthorbabymole
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
     (1884.31)
    @joe.distort... don't worry about musical picikness, its all new to me. I stopped listening to brutal stuff after the second Machine Head album, and heavy stuff generally after fucking my ears up in my friends car to 'Shut Up and Drive (Far Away)' by the Deftones.

    My ears stopped ringing last year and I've been slowly been increasing the volume of my chooooons.

    And death at a grindcore gig doesn't sound to bad, maybe a quick ticket to VALHALLA?!?!?!
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    cool, i just didnt want you to think i was making fun of you or some shit. yay!
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      CommentAuthorbrittanica
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008 edited
     (1884.33)
    would be listening to momofuku- elvis costello and the imposters...

    but i have to go dig out a bloody turntable.

    is there really any reason for the wait?

    (edited because i can't spell.)
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      CommentAuthornoblelion
    • CommentTimeApr 22nd 2008
     (1884.34)
    Mary Prankster - Mercyfuck

    And, some of the tracks from The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou soundtrack, where Seu Jorge sings acoustic versions of David Bowie songs, in Portuguese.

    Oh, and Mason Jennings...
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    Fatherfucker - Peaches
    Forbidden Software Timemachine - Momus
    Because of the Times - Kings of Leon
    Live At The Witch Trials - The Fall

    joe.distort - I have to ask. Do you buy some of these records for the names alone?
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    haha, i guess "sort of" would be the answer. when you buy records from a distro box at a show or other strange places, you come across stuff that you arent familiar with. i hate to say it, but in most sub-sub-sub genres of music, if you know your shit well enough, you can pretty much tell what a band is going to sound like from the cover/name/ art style/ lyric sheet/thanks list. so in a rounddabout way: yes. of course, there are always some surprises, like a crusty looking record that turns out to be pop and vice versa, but it is still good to have some general knowledge.
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    Talking Heads - Once In a Lifetime (Import)
    Los Campesinos! - Hold on now youngster
    MGMT - Oracular Spectacular
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Dig! Lazarus Dig!
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    Morosely listening to Holy Fuck some more as I was supposed to see them last night but couldn't get out of work in time... cheered by hearing Fuck Buttons will be supporting Battles though. Hello Meow cheering me up to.
    Nothing new so far!
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    @ Nigredo

    Oh yes, Harmonia Mundi is something like Criterion Collection at the CD labels. And the CDs are very expensive, but the quality of the recording, sound, etc., well, are really awesome. I had some Harmonia Mundi CDs, compostions by Monteverdi and some polyphonic medieval pieces, and this "Missa Mexicana", that I found in a CD store with another customer's profile. So, the price wasn't so high.
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    Wire - Chairs Missing