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automatic bzooty 12.15.2009 01:12 PM

 

sonic sphere 12.15.2009 01:55 PM

 

The Earl Of Slander 12.15.2009 02:00 PM

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Originally Posted by SYRFox
 


Shogun Kunitoki - Tasankokaiku


I really like this. One of my favourite finnish underground records. Sounds like an avant take on British 60s TV music or something at times...

Me:

 


Goddamn 'Let Me Watch' is such a good track!

noisereductions 12.15.2009 03:14 PM

^ "Rae Dawn" is amazing as well. Well. The whole album is incredible, really. You know about "Change The Beat" (hidden track) riiiight??

Torn Curtain 12.15.2009 05:07 PM

Purcell - The Indian Queen

cagedbird 12.15.2009 05:12 PM

 

viewtiful_alan 12.15.2009 06:23 PM

 

4/5

Good album, though I still place very little value on gucci as a rapper

The Earl Of Slander 12.15.2009 06:37 PM

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Originally Posted by noisereductions
^ "Rae Dawn" is amazing as well. Well. The whole album is incredible, really. You know about "Change The Beat" (hidden track) riiiight??


Oh hell yeah! It's amazing. One of the best on the album. Vaudeville Villain is one of the best tracks too. That Rob Reiner line just slays me. Among Doom's best. My 'absolute top teir Doom' list (which means like BEST HIP-HOP EVER!!!11) is Op Doomsday, King Geedorah, KMD's Black Bastards, Madvillainy, and this, roughly in that order.

wellcharge 12.15.2009 06:53 PM

VVVV is the best doom album

breligion 12.15.2009 07:08 PM

Negativland - Over the Edge - All Art Radio - Nov. 20, 2009

 


I should probably be focusing a little more on studying, though.

automatic bzooty 12.15.2009 08:31 PM

 

The Earl Of Slander 12.15.2009 08:42 PM

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Originally Posted by wellcharge
VVVV is the best doom album


It is amazing, but the first two classics that have Doom on the boards as well as the mic (Op and King that is) will always have a special place in my heart because his beats are just so fucking special.

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The Red Pony/Wine And Roses might just be my favourite Fahey composition. This just kills me.

The Earl Of Slander 12.15.2009 08:43 PM

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Originally Posted by chrome noise tape
 


Is this good?

SuperCreep 12.15.2009 08:50 PM

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Originally Posted by The Earl Of Slander
This just kills me.

lord knows how many times i've watched that video and thought about quitting guitar altogether. :7(

The Earl Of Slander 12.15.2009 09:29 PM

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Originally Posted by SuperCreep
lord knows how many times i've watched that video and thought about quitting guitar altogether. :7(


When it comes to that style of guitar, I get your point. I mean, although it shouldn't be, it just is somehow disheartening to realise that no matter how good you are, and how many advancements you make in the style, while you may make good or great music (R.I.P. Jack Rose), someone else has simply done a similar thing infinitely better. It's like me with when I play impressionistic spacey jazz improvs on the piano while knowing that this exists. Sometimes I envy those people who make music in more of a vacuum...

Dr. Eugene Felikson 12.15.2009 10:16 PM

 

The Earl Of Slander 12.16.2009 12:01 AM

My friend BITCH about some guy he got off with once and has totally obsessed about when I'm supposed to be writing my fucking essay which is due in 10 hours!!!!

The Earl Of Slander 12.16.2009 03:21 AM

 


Listening to Daylight just as I realise that I've stayed up all night and the sun has come up behind the curtains, then opening them = A MOMENT

chrome noise tape 12.16.2009 05:39 AM

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Originally Posted by The Earl Of Slander
Is this good?



Life in Exile after Abdication by Maureen Tucker

Personnel
Maureen Tucker - guitar, percussion, piano, drums, vocals, production, mixing
Barry Stock – bass
Jad Fair – guitar, percussion, cymbals, background vocals
Kate Messer – acoustic guitar, 12 string guitar, electric guitar, percussion, conga, background vocals
Hank Beckmeyer – bass, guitar, percussion, background vocals, slide guitar
Lou Reed – guitar on tracks 1 and 7
Kim Gordon – bass, percussion, background vocals
Thurston Moore – guitar
Steve Shelley – drums
Lee Ranaldo – guitar
Don Fleming – background vocals
Daniel Johnston – piano, vocals
Scott Jarvis – drums, background vocals
Ann Marie Ear – piano
Rob Elk – background vocals
M. Kostek – percussion
Joe Martinelli – percussion, drums, background vocals

it is...!!

chrome noise tape 12.16.2009 05:42 AM

 


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