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RdTv 11.30.2008 09:06 AM


stu666 11.30.2008 11:23 AM

Sapat - Mortise and Tenon


gohleekwang 11.30.2008 11:23 AM

Philip Jeck - Sand

greedrex 11.30.2008 11:35 AM


Originally Posted by _slavo_
goddamn, norah jones, rage against the machine and john frusciante.


sonic sphere 11.30.2008 11:58 AM

neil young-harvest

stu666 11.30.2008 12:10 PM


al shabbray 11.30.2008 12:42 PM

that cover is great!!!
what is it, stu?

stu666 11.30.2008 12:45 PM


Originally Posted by al shabbray
that cover is great!!!
what is it, stu?

it's Hush Arbors latest release, you can hear the whole album here

al shabbray 11.30.2008 12:47 PM

thanks for that

Glice 11.30.2008 12:50 PM

I'm listening to some Zimbabwean Mbira. I'm not sure which is title and which is the artist, but the catalogue number is mbiraCD 12, if that's any help. It's very good.

greedrex 11.30.2008 12:53 PM

Volapuk - Where is Tamashi?

nice, intriguing

Everyneurotic 11.30.2008 01:54 PM




sonic sphere 11.30.2008 02:41 PM

public enemy-there's a poison goin' on

gmku 11.30.2008 02:46 PM

Talking Heads--The Name of this Band (first 2 sides)

greedrex 11.30.2008 03:59 PM

Bark Psychosis - Dustsucker + Hex
next on: BARDO POND - Dilate

Dead-Air 11.30.2008 04:18 PM

"Look Away" by Sepultura from Roots

sonic sphere 11.30.2008 04:19 PM

brian jonestown massacre-give it back!

greedrex 11.30.2008 04:25 PM


Originally Posted by Dead-Air
"Look Away" by Sepultura from Roots


gohleekwang 11.30.2008 05:33 PM


Originally Posted by sonic sphere
public enemy-he got game

Watched the movie the other day.

Everyneurotic 11.30.2008 08:54 PM


demonrail666 11.30.2008 09:00 PM


Everyneurotic 11.30.2008 09:21 PM


batreleaser 11.30.2008 11:42 PM

lots of underground resistance tracks, some amazing stuff, wierd ass drum n bass, grimy hip hop, lovely. im getting into detroit techno big time, some of it sounds like pretty much having direct influence on current michigan noise stuff like sick llama (who i think is great by the way, as is fag tapes) with just these extreme uses of wierd electronic configrations and such.

oh, and i listened to the cows' "orphans tragedy" for the first time, its good. for some reason, i always end up comparing the cows to the brainbombs, and even though they have nothing to do with one another and the cows came out first, they just sound like a band trying to do what brainbombs do effortlessly. the ultra-dirge guitars with cacophonous horns and all that good stuff, anyways, the cows are good, but the brainbombs are phenomenal maybe i hear too much noise rock.

Sonic Youth 37 12.01.2008 12:07 AM


Revisiting an old classic that I haven't listened to fully in 8 months.

Everyneurotic 12.01.2008 01:42 AM


douche-y album cover aside, this album is pretty awesome so far.

gohleekwang 12.01.2008 02:56 AM


Originally Posted by Sonic Youth 37

Revisiting an old classic that I haven't listened to fully in 8 months.

This make me revisit the Peel Slowly and See box set, disc 1

sonic sphere 12.01.2008 06:06 AM

public enemy-fear of a black planet

noisereductions 12.01.2008 08:23 AM


Derek 12.01.2008 09:04 AM

kayo dot live on wmbr
sun city girls cassettes
rhys chatham - a crimson grail (for 400 guitars)

Florya 12.01.2008 09:20 AM


sonic sphere 12.01.2008 09:43 AM

ramones-too tough to die

pokkeherrie 12.01.2008 09:47 AM

Currently I'm listening to (a downloaded) Smile:Live by Boris


It's has pretty good sound quality and some of the songs actually sound better in a live setting, but overall it's just another (after the two different studio album versions) unnecessary release with the same songs on it.

noisereductions 12.01.2008 10:09 AM

That's an official release? Weird. As a bootleg I'd think it was cool, but like you said, 2 albums of SMILE is kind of enough.

pokkeherrie 12.01.2008 10:16 AM

Yes, it's official.

...and for just $30 it's yours!

(It's a "Japan exclusive" release now, but just wait until next year...)

atsonicpark 12.01.2008 10:27 AM


sonic sphere 12.01.2008 11:19 AM

dr. dre-the chronic

uhler 12.01.2008 12:39 PM

slayer- captor of sin

sonic sphere 12.01.2008 02:10 PM

redman-muddy waters

noisereductions 12.01.2008 02:12 PM

MUDDY WATERS is his 2nd best, after DARE. A close 2nd at that.

NWRA 12.01.2008 02:53 PM


Originally Posted by Dead-Air
Based upon what you say above, you probably would really like Victorialand, which is one of my two favorites. The other favorite is Treasure, which does have a lot of the characteristics you mention above, but somehow pulls it together flawlessly in the strength of Elizabeth Fraser's vocals and the catchiness of the songs. Victorialand has way fewer beats and way more minimal spaciness. Great LSD album, or at least it was in 1986 when I discovered so...

"Sugar Hiccup" is my least favorite Cocteau Twins song, at least up until the major label stuff, and that completely embarrassing "Frosty the Snowman" cover.

You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Dead-Air again.


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