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    • CommentAuthorSolario
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2008
    Matt Fraction told me to listen to TV on the Radio's DEAR SCIENCE. So, like a good little mindless fan, I am.

    Enjoying it though.

    Oh and The Who. Because they were my mom's favorite band, when she was young and I thought that was kind of funny.
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2008
    I just bought Serena Maneesh: "S-M Backwards"... very good.
    New Tricky album is great.
    The Power Of Negative Thinking: B-Sides & Rarities (JAMC) this year's must fetish.
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2008
    @Old Moon Face - Now I have to find that score.
    • CommentAuthorales kot
    • CommentTimeOct 15th 2008
    @Old Moon Face:

    Thanks for giving me a new addition to ´the music I fell in love with immediately´ playlist.
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    And so, another radio show...

    Oct 12, 2008

    Evan Parker - At Sixes & Sevens

    Brad Dutz - I'm Thinkin' of Buying A Chainsaw
    Ingrid Karklins - She says
    Ensemble Raye - Cloche-Pied
    Alec K Redfearn & The Eyesores - The Night It Rained Glass on Oxford St
    Beat Circus - The Rough Riders
    Los Cenzontles w/David Hidalgo - My Unico Camino

    Robert Wyatt - Alliance
    Shearwater - The Hunters Star
    Nick Drake - Time Has Told Me
    Paulo Angeli - Ahead In The Sand
    Varttina - Tauti
    Natasha Atlas - Hayati Inta Reprise
    Denque Fever - Integatron

    Roberto Musci/Giovanni Venotsa - Water Music
    Jon Hassell - Malay
    Valgeir Sigurdsson - Focal Point
    Mogwai - Kings Meadow
    Can - Spray
    Michael Brook - Lakbossa

    Medeski Martin & Wood - Muchas Gracias
    Steuart Liebig & The Mentones - Rocking Chair
    John Zorn/MMW - Agmatia
    Will Bernard - 571
    Marc Ribot's Ceramic Dog - Party Intellectuals
    Don Caballero - Challenge Jets
    Curlew - Meet The Curlews
    e.s.t. - Jazz
    Antripodean Collective - Gensym

    Lars Hollmer - Arp Violin
    Ratatat - Montanita
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    Seem to be listening to the Go Go's "Beauty and the Beat" a lot in the past couple of days.
    • CommentTimeOct 17th 2008
    I've been listening to this subscription download service, from retailers Boomkat. I buy a lot of vinyl from them too. It's called 14 Tracks, it's a weekly mailing list thingy where you pay £6.99 for 14 new mp3s.

    The best one for a while was the one titled Feelin' The Dubstep Hybrids

    It's a selection of techno-influenced dubstep and dubstep-influenced techno. Great tracks from Joker, Dusk and Blackdown, Helixir, TRG, Shackleton, Ricardo Villalobos, Burial, 2562, Surgeon and others.
    • CommentAuthorelricj
    • CommentTimeOct 17th 2008
    Nadja - Bodycage
    Ministry And Co-Conspirators - Cover Up (pretty bad honestly, but the japanese version cover of I Want You (She's So Heavy) is good, oddly)
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    yeah i saw them play a lot of that album live and it wasnt very good either. plus as supposedly the last time we are going to get to see ministry tour, i sure as shit didnt want the show to end with 7 cover songs.
    • CommentAuthorelricj
    • CommentTimeOct 18th 2008
    @joe.distort: I decided to skip the CU Latour myself. I saw them a few times previously, and I wasn't thrilled with the concept of a Houses/Blood/Sucker/Cover-Up tour. Only 3 classic tracks (NWO, Just One Fix, Thieves?) BAH.

    Listening: Mother Love Bone - Apple (took me back to high school!)
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    Keijo Virtanen & Tiitus Petajaniemi-Katovalo Sammuu Kohdollaru. (I like that it came up in Rhythmbox with its genre defined as ¨unclassifiable¨)

    Popol Vuh - Hosianna Mantra

    Beethoven´s Ninth Symphony