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noisereductions 04.30.2009 02:38 PM

haha. Sometimes he just uses weird pseudonyms for no reason anyway. Kiddy666, etc.

Sonic Youth 37 04.30.2009 02:50 PM

 

noisereductions 04.30.2009 02:53 PM

^I always plan on checking them out.

Sonic Youth 37 04.30.2009 02:55 PM

One of the most fun bands around, if you don't mind the language barrier...or can speak Japanese.

static-harmony 04.30.2009 02:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noisereductions
^I always plan on checking them out.




Quote:

Originally Posted by Sonic Youth 37
One of the most fun bands around, if you don't mind the language barrier...or can speak Japanese.

^^^ I agree with this statement.

noisereductions 04.30.2009 03:09 PM

language smanguage. Take a band like Deerhunter or MBV. I can't understand most of what they say. In the right context, words are just sounds that fit into the sonic puzzle.

SuperCreep 04.30.2009 03:21 PM

 

Sonic Youth 37 04.30.2009 03:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noisereductions
language smanguage. Take a band like Deerhunter or MBV. I can't understand most of what they say. In the right context, words are just sounds that fit into the sonic puzzle.


Definitely check out Now Is the Time, Polysics or DIE!!!!, or We Ate The Machine. All great.

static-harmony 04.30.2009 03:53 PM

Polysic or Die man, great album there.

Dr. Eugene Felikson 04.30.2009 04:49 PM

 

atsonicpark 04.30.2009 05:04 PM

no, the best album is a.d.s.r.m, by far. Or get hey bob my friend, which compiles most of a.d.s.r.m and 1st p.

Sonic Youth 37 04.30.2009 05:40 PM

 

Пятхъдесят Шест 04.30.2009 07:25 PM

 

gmku 04.30.2009 08:19 PM

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Originally Posted by marleypumpkin
Yeah, I went to Voltage Records, saw that sitting there, & felt the urge to buy it. Knoxville, has a couple record stores, the most visited is Disc Exchange, but there are the nice mom & pop type stores here as well. Lost & Found is where I usually go, but there's also Basement Records. It's basically just a guy who runs it all himself. Quite a huge selection, but not many new pressings.

While going through the stack of vinyl I had chosen to purchase, "Ckeck Your Head" was probably the most expensive. I just couldn't resist. It's adding to my excitement of seeing them @ Bonnaroo.


Damn you. When were you there? That means it's gone for me now. I was just in voltage Saturday.

Damn you.

marleypumpkin 04.30.2009 08:40 PM


 


Quote:

Originally Posted by gmku
Damn you. When were you there? That means it's gone for me now. I was just in voltage Saturday.

Damn you.



Sorry to do that to you. I was in town for the Mike Watt / Dino Jr. show on the 26th (Sunday), which means I bought ""Check Your Head" on Monday. Trust Me, I had to leave a lot of vinyl behind that I wanted badly, just didn't have enough funds to buy all that I saw. Who ever does, am I right?

gmku 04.30.2009 09:00 PM

True. I hope they restock that one. I might have to request it. Voltage had a lot of nice vinyl when I visited Saturday. I got a Patti Smith boot, a VU boot, and Count Five's Psychotic Reaction (last was a disappointment, though).

But I had to leave a lot I wanted behind, including that Beasties LP and the first two Roxy LPs. I bought Check Your Head on CD when it was first released and my daughter played the shit out of it. It's all scratched up and skips like crazy.

By the way, if you're ever back in town for a show, let me know if you want another body along. I haven't made any music-minded friends here yet.
B

SuperCreep 04.30.2009 09:07 PM

 

marleypumpkin 04.30.2009 09:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gmku
True. I hope they restock that one. I might have to request it. Voltage had a lot of nice vinyl when I visited Saturday. I got a Patti Smith boot, a VU boot, and Count Five's Psychotic Reaction (last was a disappointment, though).

But I had to leave a lot I wanted behind, including that Beasties LP and the first two Roxy LPs. I bought Check Your Head on CD when it was first released and my daughter played the shit out of it. It's all scratched up and skips like crazy.

By the way, if you're ever back in town for a show, let me know if you want another body along. I haven't made any music-minded friends here yet.
B


Hell Yeah, will do.

I'm pretty sure they'll restock that. As I was leaving, the clerk made it clear to me that, if I came back and anything I was looking for was gone, they would restock, aka,take an order for it. BTW, it sounds damn good. I can respect why you're hoping to replace a cruddy scratched CD w/ audiophile quality vinyl.

Now listening to:


 

Dead-Air 04.30.2009 09:33 PM

Sabbath - Master of Reality

Sonic Youth 37 05.01.2009 12:54 AM

 

Death & the Maiden 05.01.2009 01:38 AM

Sigh - Imaginary Sonicscape

stu666 05.01.2009 01:57 AM

 

Kegmama 05.01.2009 01:59 AM

 

!!! I will post in one of the many eternal threads regarding my thoughts soon. !!!
but i love it.

The Earl Of Slander 05.01.2009 03:44 AM

Masayuki Takayanagi, New Direction 1970 - Call in Question
 


Fuck yes! I'm currently finding it difficult to type because my face is actually melting!

sonic sphere 05.01.2009 05:43 AM

dinosaur jr.-live in santa monica '94

noisereductions 05.01.2009 07:12 AM

a stack of Jay-Z. Just got in the mood.

al shabbray 05.01.2009 07:14 AM

great kotton crown performance:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YwBkPGsxGg

Youth_Against_Facism 05.01.2009 07:18 AM

 

noisereductions 05.01.2009 07:32 AM

 


Really good... love The Heliocentrics. Not accustomed to the vocals (never heard Mulatu before). But The Helios are always a tight band and deliver.

sonic sphere 05.01.2009 07:47 AM

the doors-strange days

whereboysfeartotread 05.01.2009 07:51 AM

Everything is Everything - Lauryn Hill


bc i love her.

Youth_Against_Facism 05.01.2009 08:11 AM

 

al shabbray 05.01.2009 08:18 AM

 


never gets old

Inhuman 05.01.2009 08:24 AM

The Velvet Underground & Nico. The VU have become my best friends for sitting out on the balcony with sunglasses and a cigarette

SYRFox 05.01.2009 08:26 AM

 

Sonic Youth 37 05.01.2009 08:30 AM

 

Savage Clone 05.01.2009 08:49 AM

Is that the Martijn DeKleer album?
Totally underrated, great space rock LP.
The lyrics are kind of cheesy, but musically it's fantastic and I do like his singing voice.
He's also a super nice person; one of the very best "meeting a musician" memories I have. Left the greatest impression possible on me back in the summer of 1991.

Savage Clone 05.01.2009 09:03 AM

My wife and I hung out with him all day when the Dots came to town in 1991 and he had just joined a few months before. It was a 21+ show and we were both about three weeks shy of legal age. Anyway, we exchanged contact info and went on our way home. A little while later the phone rings and it's Martijn. He tells us that they told the club we were old friends and that they were staying with us, and that if we went to dinner with them and went into the club with them, we could see the show. They also gave us free shirts. They had never met us or talked to us before that day. SUPER nice guy. Excellent guitarist too.

sonic sphere 05.01.2009 09:05 AM

elvis presley-hitstory

Dr. Eugene Felikson 05.01.2009 12:27 PM

The Eternal


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