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      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Oda, your revenge is on the ARTISTS THREAD
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Sorry to hear that Oda; had something similar happen to me a long while back. Once you've listened to enough rage venting tunes, try Goody Goody. Old but classic.
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    SOCAL THRASH DEMOLITION comp 7" (featuring the only LOW THREAT PROFILE song released to date...about 20 seconds of some of the tightest violence to come out of LA)

    BARBARIC THRASH DEMOLITION comp 7" (featuring my favorite punk song ever, "lessons from LA rampart division:shoot them in the back of the head and bury them in tijuana" by ESPERANZA)

    DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN-irony is a dead scene 12" w/mike patton
    CONVERGE-jane doe 2x12"
    CHARLES BRONSON- youth attack 10"
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    My email is If you're interested, I'll hook you up with some personal favorites from my Broken Heart Music collection. I, uh... I make use of it a lot.

    And just as far as suggestions go, I'd recommend some old Elvis Costello, '24 Hour Revenge Therapy' or 'Dear You' by Jawbreaker, and absolutely anything by The Ergs.

    Also, I'm sincerely sorry. I raise my glass of cocoa to you, kid.
    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Pig Destroyer - Phantom Limb
    The Red Chord - Fed Through The Teeth Machine
    Opeth - Blackwater Park
    Neon Blonde - Chandeliers In the Savannah
    The Blood Brothers - Young Machetes
    Parliament - Mothership Connection
    Depeche Mode - Violator
    Zolof The Rock & Roll Destroyer - Popsicle EP
    Meshuggah - Chaosphere
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    i can't seem to listen to anything but the new Flaming Lips record, 'Embryonic'.
    it's so amazing. it's great to hear them doing something creative again.

    i've only got a burned copy. i'm holding out for the vinyl...

    oh, did put on Moby Grape's first record last night.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
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    my heart goes out to you, my dear.

    i am a fan of wallowing when i'm down in situations like yers, and finding music to suite...

    Bob Dylan - Standing In The Doorway
    George Harrison - Stuck Inside A Cloud
    George Harrison - I Live For You [not so sad, but the pedal steel solo pulls at my heart]
    Buffalo Springfield - Expecting To Fly
    The British Columbians - In The Leaves
    Tom Waits - Bird & Fish [you said you were getting into him, so perhaps you know this one] oh hell, all of 'Alice' is amazing.

    also to completely oppose such feelings, i find The Flaming Lips' 'Soft Bulletin' record to help with feeling like it's really all right even if it's a whole lot fucked.
    since it's all i'm listening to their record 'Embryonic' feels pretty good too.

    hang in there.
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    @Paul Sizer
    hahahaha... oh my. that's too good. i just love how it starts with Eazy.
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    I've been in a real loud and angry music kind of phase lately, starting a couple of weeks ago when I finished a rough edit on a film job and had this INSANE urge to put on my black overcoat, go out for a walk in the city, smoke a cigarette (that I didn't have) and listen to The Ramones on the highest volume. Then it went to Meat Loaf, Iced Earth, The Death Set, Mindless Self Indulgence...and now things have calmed down. Going in to Bill Doggett, Crooked Fingers, Van Morrison...somenice stuff.

    Here's the top artists according to

    The Death Set
    Crooked Fingers
    Iced Earth
    Beta Band
    Van Morrison
    Cotton Jones
    Henry Mancini
    Hot Water Music
    Camera Obscura
    Naked Ray Gun
    Eat Skull
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Autechre - Tri Repetae
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Classic! I still go to this one all the time for the most complete Autechre experience.
    • CommentTimeNov 12th 2009
    Mostly Steely Dan so far tonight.
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009
    This one's for Oda, with sympathies:

    (I hate the bastards for disabling embedding. Dumbness.)
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009
    @Paul Sizer

    What about LP5?
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009
    Make mine Amber.

    Past week's list:

    Matthew Dear (Asa Breed)
    Nine Inch Nails (Ghosts)
    Vladislav Delay (Tummaa)
    Mr. Velcro Fastener (Telemacho)
    Metric (Fantasies, finally kicked in for me)
    Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
    Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake
    Xploding Plastix
    Snow Patrol
    Throwing Muses
    Erik Truffaz
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009
    Been on a Cabaret kick it seems lately, preferring to listen to Jill Tracy's "Evil Night Together" on constant repeat as it's readily accessible for me. also lots and lots of Chicago Soundtrack.

    And One Republic's "All the Right Moves" because it had a pretty video, but the song has grown on me...
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009 edited
    @Nigredo and Taphead
    "Amber" is my go-to for their "ambient" period, and LP5 was good but just, I don't know, more of the same stuttery sound. "Tri-Repetae" is just my favorite cross section of what they do, and it still has the remnants of some tiny melodic essence that I appreciate amongst all the electronic "klangmusik".
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009
    I find LP5 a bit more varied that Tri Repetae, which I still love. But then again, Confield is a fave as well.
    • CommentAuthorMathias B
    • CommentTimeNov 13th 2009