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Hip Priest 07.05.2006 07:15 AM

The Sex Pistols - The Original Pistols Live LP (rec. 1976, Burton on Trent)

Anyone wanting one piece of Pistols vinyl/cd would be well advised to get this one, in my opinion. The sound quality isn't always great, but that makes it seem all the more raw.

porkmarras 07.05.2006 07:17 AM

I listened to Joy Division's 'Unknown Pleasures' when i got up this morning.I'm going through a mancuninian phase this week.

_slavo_ 07.05.2006 07:26 AM

I am listening to Gravenhurst and it's fucking weak

do you really want to delete files from your computer? hell YES

music piracy sucks ass

gmku 07.05.2006 08:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by toxic johnny
 

On glorious vinyl...


Lucky bastard. I only have it on commonplace CD.

gmku 07.05.2006 08:35 AM

Black Dice - Beaches and Canyons
My SY mixed tape
Liars - Drum's Not Dead
& Serena Maneesh (s/t)

& Rather Ripped, of course

(all on glorious vinyl, except for the mixed tape, which is on exotic Maxel High Bias)

Savage Clone 07.05.2006 11:45 AM

Black Mayonnaise - TTSSATTSR

LittlePuppetBoy 07.05.2006 12:34 PM

Murmur-REM

It's a really good album!

gmku 07.05.2006 12:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LittlePuppetBoy
Murmur-REM

It's a really good album!


Yeah. I haven't played it in years, though. Literally. Probably not since 1989.

finding nobody 07.05.2006 01:00 PM

 

Savage Clone 07.05.2006 01:16 PM

Angel'in Heavy Syrup IV

krastian 07.05.2006 02:47 PM

 

Great for a hangover.

whorefrost 07.05.2006 03:53 PM

drum's not dead - liars. haven't busted this out in a while
was underwhelmed by it when it came out but it's actually making more sense now... this is only about my fourth or fifth listen...

gmku 07.05.2006 03:56 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by whorefrost
drum's not dead - liars. haven't busted this out in a while
was underwhelmed by it when it came out but it's actually making more sense now... this is only about my fourth or fifth listen...


I bought it several months ago and am just now making my way through the DVD. The album's a grower. I didn't get it at first, but it sounds pretty cool to me now.

Pookie 07.05.2006 04:02 PM

 

trance feeeedback 07.05.2006 04:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Savage Clone
Angel'in Heavy Syrup IV


I am listening to slap happy humphrey, which you probably know features the Angel'in Heavy Syrup singer, it also features the awsome Jojo Hiroshige of Hijokaidan. Funny enough they kinda sound like Hijokaidan and Angel'in Heavy Syrup put together, good stuff!

Savage Clone 07.05.2006 04:55 PM

I have never heard of that project. Sounds like a strange mixture!

Hip Priest 07.05.2006 04:57 PM

The Betty Blue soundtrack, by Gabriel Yared. It was the first film whose soundtrack inspired me to buy it, I think.

 

trance feeeedback 07.05.2006 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Savage Clone
I have never heard of that project. Sounds like a strange mixture!


you have never heard it? I will upload it for you later. It's actually all cover songs of an old folk pop singer, its nice acoustic folk stuff with loud electric feedback.

drrrtyboots 07.05.2006 05:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gmku
I bought it several months ago and am just now making my way through the DVD. The album's a grower. I didn't get it at first, but it sounds pretty cool to me now.

You HAVE to see them live, they brought all the drum material to life so well live.

nomadicfollower 07.05.2006 07:17 PM

The Mekons Rock and Roll - The Mekons

Meh, it's alright. Nothing amazing.


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