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    • CommentTimeJan 11th 2010
    Vreid - Milorg
    Absu - Absu
    Poison The Well - The Tropic Rot
    Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet (single version) - on repeat a lot.
    Cliff Martinez - Solaris OST
    Clint Mansell - Moon & The Fountain OSTs
    Spiritual Beggars - Ad Astra
    Kashiwa Daisuke - April.#02
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010
    @Nigredo - Dead Cities is a blast from the past for me - 'We have Explosive' is such a classic, and the Mantronix remix is always guaranteed to make me want to recreate my days as an floppy hat & Adidas shell-toe wearing b-boy...

    Oh happy days...('cept for the bruises caused by my sloppy technique)
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010

    It's one of my favourite records of electronic music ever. I've never thought of it as music to dance to though...
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010
    I love the way even the guitar samples on Dead Cities are second-hand. Was it "We Have Explosive" where they sampled Run DMC, who had in turn sampled it from someone else?
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010 edited
    The Mantronix Remix is a classic b-boy anthem, along with the likes of The Incredible Bongo Band's Apache..(which is omnipresent in Hip-Hop music, I could easily do an 8-tracks of tunes that use the drum break from Apache.).

    And according to the Wiki, the guitars and vocal shout were sampled from Run DMC. No idea where they originated however..

    ETA - I had a tape of one of the FSOL ISDN shows - playing 'live' over ISDN from their studio. It's funny now how we've come almost full circle - they were playing to a live audience from the comfort of home, the other evening I sat in the comfort of my home and listened/watched Älymystö play live in Tallinn..
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    I've been getting into a lot of deadMau5 lately, but it got repetitive really quick. I regressed to Wax Tailor and Dj Shadow. These are the sounds of my life.
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010 edited
    The Sea of Wires - Individually Screened

    Almost completely obscure British synth duo from the early 80s. Really cool ambient synth stuff, now out of print, that I came across here.
    • CommentAuthorTC-Cork
    • CommentTimeJan 12th 2010
    The Psychedelic Furs - Self-Titled, Talk Talk Talk
    Kylesa - Static Tensions
    The Jesus Lizard - Goat
    Melvins - A Senile Animal
    Dethklok - Dethalbum II
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    Bill Haley - [all and any]
    Edward Sharp & The Magnetic Zeros - Home [and most anything else I can my digits on that's as whistlin']
    Lawrence Arabia - his myspace
    Dimbleby & Capper - her myspace
    RxRy - RXRY 2010
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Nik Bärtsch's Mobile - Ritual Groove Music
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    FALL SILENT-life: beautiful but heartless 7" (90s desert grind w black guitar leads)
    REALICIDE/CAPITAL HEMORRHAGE-split (digital hardcore)
    THREATENER-...and the bending of the throats 7" (inhuman blown out fastcore explosion)
    DESPISE YOU/SUPPRESION split 7" (socal gangsta violence/noise monster split)

    i wasnt in a very good mood. by the time i got to the THREATENER record, pills had kicked in and my ears were brutalized. smiles.
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    Pelican - Australasia
    Inon Zur - Fallout 3 stuff
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Lately I've been digging Black Milk's 'Tronic', J-Dilla's 'Donuts' and Raekwon's 'Only Built for Cuban Links'

    Also, I was diggin' thru my crates the other night and stumbled across 'Industry Shakedown' by Bumpy Knuckles (aka Freddie Foxxx)..which I am now in the process of converting to MP3s...With production credits from the likes of Freddie Foxxx himself, DJ Premier & Pete Rock, the album rips into the hip-hop game, charts some of the struggles MC's go through when/if they get signed to a major label, and lays bare the fuckery that goes on in the hip-hop industry - this album brings home to me what hip-hop can be like when done correctly - no R 'n B (rap 'n bullshit) - just straight-up dope lyrics and tight production, with a real message at its core.
    • CommentAuthord-basser
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Meads of Asphodel - Welcome to Planet Genocide
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Real Life - Journey of the Carcharadon
    • CommentAuthord-basser
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Earth - Extra-Capsular Extraction
    • CommentAuthorAlexGBYMR
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010 edited
    I've been pretty much archive binging this website.
    Bunch of mp3's of old hardcore bands, including a show by Minor Threat with an unreleased song and some other cool shit.
    Also been playing Jay Reatard albums 'cause it turns out he died today.
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    The Flaming Lips - Embryonic [so much better sounding on vinyl! can't stop listening]
    Paul McCartney - McCartney
    Grateful Dead - Anthem of The Sun
    George Harrison - Wonderwall Music [like seven times in a row]
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Have you folks heard of The Numero Group? They have some lovely collections that I will be picking up some day...

    Anyways, the artists I've been listening to lately are (according to

    Waylon Jennings
    Jill Tracy
    The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company
    Mediæval Bæbes
    M. Ward
    Tom Waits
    • CommentTimeJan 13th 2010
    Nothington - All In
    Lucero - 1372 Overton Park (Usually I hate it when a band adds a horn section, and I still wish they hadn't done it, but this album grew on me)
    Drag The River - You Can't Live This Way