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    • CommentAuthorNil
    • CommentTimeJan 16th 2008
     (505.61)
    This week I have mostly been listening to industrial stuff. Here's what I can remember:

    Cabaret Voltaire - Red Mecca
    Cabaret Voltaire - 2x45
    Combichrist - What The Fuck Is Wrong With You People?
    Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral (Deluxe Edition)
    KMFDM - Nihil (one of my favourite albums of all time)
    Rammstein - Mutter

    I have also been listening to some of feima's archived shows, which have been an excellent source of new industrial / ebm stuff.
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeJan 16th 2008
     (505.62)
    Meet The Eels: Essential Eels 1996-2006, Vol. 1

    So, so good.
  1.  (505.63)
    the eels are pretty great. souljacker is one of my favorite records of the past ten years.
  2.  (505.64)
    So far this morning, I have enjoyed a portion of Massive Attack's Mezzanine, Basia Bulat's Oh, My Darling and a large serving of Good God! A Gospel Funk Hymnal. I'm not religious at all, but that shit is off the chain.
  3.  (505.65)
    Currently listening to the Magnolia Soundtrack - Deathly by Amiee Mann
  4.  (505.66)
    HIS HERO IS GONE-15 counts of arson + dead of night (downtuned crusty hardcore)
    STREET TRASH-s/t ep (snotty ass socal punk)
    BECK-the information cd (electronic weirdness)
    RUN WITH THE HUNTED-find your own way out ep (melodic east coast influenced HC)
    BOUNCING SOULS-maniacal laughter (melodic epitaph style punk)
    MCR-life on the murder scene (pop music for the whiny. catchy as all hell though)
    • CommentAuthorNil
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
     (505.67)
    The various punk discussions have put me right in the mood. Currently listening to:

    Choking Victim - Victim Comes Alive 7'', Crack Rock Steady 7'', Squatta's Paradise 7''
    Dub Rifles - Notown
    His Hero is Gone - 15 Counts of Arson
    Guitar Wolf - Rock 'n' Roll Etiquette
    The Dwarves - Blood, Guts & Pussy
    The Dillinger Escape Plan - Under the Running Board
    The Distillers - Sing Sing Death House
    The Offspring - Americana
    Melt-Banana / Big D and the Kids Table - Split 7''

    all mixed together with a bunch of stuff from 7inchpunk
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      CommentAuthorThorrific
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
     (505.68)
    Right now I'm listening to :
    Javanese Court Gamelan
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Java:_Court_Gamelan
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      CommentAuthorhowyadoin
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
     (505.69)
    Ryan Adams - "Gonna Make You Love Me"

    I swear he's trying to compete with Neil Young in terms of sheer numbers of albums released.
    • CommentAuthorMoriarty
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008
     (505.70)
    Right now...

    South Rakkas Crew - Remakes Come Again (Greetings to all the Raggamuffin)
    NEXT LEVEL dancehall. So forward thinking.

    Soon... I think I'm gonna dig out Skepta's album. Haven't given it a listen in a while.
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      CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeJan 17th 2008 edited
     (505.71)
    Today:
    Pennywise Land of the Free?

    and right now:
    Yoshida Brothers III and II
  5.  (505.72)
    I'm not exactly in love with the new Burial album, but it makes a perfect soundtrack for a wet and dreary January morning.
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      CommentAuthorvideocrime
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2008
     (505.73)
    @williac : The 2nd Sleeper album is just not the same. It's good, mind you, just not quite as awesome as Smart was.

    speaking of mid-90s alternative bands, I've been listening to a lot of Hum, My Bloody Valentine and old-school Smashing Pumpkins lately.

    A friend of mine sent me a giant Juliana Hatfield compilation, most of it truly wicked.

    I picked up the Matthew Sweet 'best of' Time Capsule and ... not everything on it is an instant classic and there's some tracks missing (hello? where is "Ugly Truth (ROCK)"? The acoustic version is too wussified... Where's "Super Baby"? I for one could've gone without "Divine Intervention" being the first track, ugh.).

    I caught up with my 90s Crush Object Du Jour, Lisa Loeb and found that I wasn't missing much. Though "Firecracker" and "Hello Lisa" stand out.

    Salt (not to be confused with Veruca Salt) has a record Auscultate which was quite good...

    Caught up with Letters to Cleo singer Kay Henley and found out she did the soundtrack for the stoopid live-action "Josie & The Pussycats" movie. It's a cheesy power-pop soundtrack, but I like it all the same. The movie, however, re-tar-ded.
  6.  (505.74)
    thats her?! i actually really like the josie and the pussycats soundtrack-its in my car right now. its cheesy as hell, but poppy and fun. wow. i really just admitted that. one of my old bands was going to cover "three small words" played at double time with screamed vocals.
    • CommentAuthoramp
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2008
     (505.75)
    just discovered dälek

    Ever Somber is the best hip-hop/shoegaze I've heard.
  7.  (505.76)
    i have one dalek 12" that is amazing, the other stuff ive heard is only sosos-reccomendations?

    also, slightly off topic, but another board i am on just had a new person sign up as AMP-are you on AZHC?
    • CommentAuthorzenbullet
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2008
     (505.77)
    Josie is one of my favorite crappy movies!

    I laugh so much, you are all insane, but yeah I like the music too.

    I have just discovered how awesome the Kottonmouth Kings are. I was at a friend's house and they popped in a dvd.

    First off, I was impressed by the quality of the videos, some of them are way! better than MTV, not too surprised, but it was pleasant.

    I don't know, I wish I had started listening when I was a teenager, but whatever. I'm a fan now....
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      CommentAuthorvideocrime
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2008
     (505.78)
    @joe.distort : i know you have a punk reputation to protect, but there's nothing wrong with liking pop music. enjoy it, don't be ashamed!
  8.  (505.79)
    hahahaha, i like a lot of different stuff, its just 75% punk related. i was being sarcastic about "admitting to that". if youve seen my "listening to" posts, theres always something random in there....
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      CommentAuthorAnoxia
    • CommentTimeJan 18th 2008 edited
     (505.80)
    Listening to Does It Offend You, Yeah?, which is dirty bass-filled electro-rock all the way from Reading. They've turned out a few decent remixes of existing tracks such as:

    Bloc Party - The Prayer
    Muse - Map of the Problematique

    Their work is pretty amazing in my opinion, they have a MySpace, of course... . Some of their best tracks in my opinion are Battle Royale, Se7en and Doomed Now.