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Kegmama 03.30.2009 01:04 PM

My ipod @ work- Diamond Sea is playing right now.
One of the most beautiful songs ever I think. And it will be played at my funeral.

Rob Instigator 03.30.2009 01:13 PM

my funeral will consist solely of a communal primal scream and the entirety of 22 minutes diamond sea played at deafening voume.

noisereductions 03.30.2009 01:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rob Instigator
my funeral will consist solely of a communal primal scream and the entirety of 22 minutes diamond sea played at deafening voume.


you'd settle for just the 22min version?

Kegmama 03.30.2009 01:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rob Instigator
my funeral will consist solely of a communal primal scream and the entirety of 22 minutes diamond sea played at deafening voume.


We should be buried together then, becuz that was my plan first...
I even have my tombstone done.
 



Now I am listening to:

 

Sonic Youth 37 03.30.2009 01:31 PM

 

noisereductions 03.30.2009 01:40 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kegmama


 





You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to Kegmama again.

batreleaser 03.30.2009 01:40 PM

early SPK tracks. I love the early 80s bands who straddle the lines between experimental but melodic post punk and crushing industrial noise. Early SPK is perhaps the best example of this. Too bad they turned into the gayest dance band imaginable. Think of it, lots of these types of bands went bad later in thier careers; test department, zoviet france, etc.. Wonder why that is, all these bands making brilliant music and then just all of a sudden losing it.

sonic sphere 03.30.2009 02:14 PM

da lench mob-guerillas in tha mist

Rob Instigator 03.30.2009 02:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kegmama
We should be buried together then, becuz that was my plan first...
I even have my tombstone done.


 



Now I am listening to:



 


no way. I am older than you. i call dibs

Torn Curtain 03.30.2009 03:04 PM

Siouxsie & The Banshees - 1979-06-09 Baden, Aula der Kantonschule AUD (from dime)

gualbert 03.30.2009 03:47 PM

Mob 47, lately.

sonic sphere 03.30.2009 03:56 PM

daft punk-homework

[Sandbag] 03.30.2009 05:53 PM

thurston moore - sensitive/lethal

noisereductions 03.30.2009 07:30 PM

 

Sonic Youth 37 03.30.2009 07:40 PM

 

viewtiful_alan 03.30.2009 09:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by noisereductions
2Pac - Ready 2 Die

Do You mean biggie? Or is there a Tupac album with the same name?

Sonic Youth 37 03.30.2009 11:27 PM

Since last post:
Trompe le Monde - Pixies
Room on Fire - The Strokes
Goo - Sonic Youth
Blonde Redhead - Blonde Redhead

Sonic Youth 37 03.30.2009 11:57 PM

 

terminal pharmacy 03.31.2009 12:06 AM

 

deflinus 03.31.2009 12:18 AM

^ awesome album, dude


mark mcguire - off in the distance

atsonicpark 03.31.2009 12:27 AM

awful bullshit - stupid annoying nonsense

Sonic Youth 37 03.31.2009 01:01 AM

 

finding nobody 03.31.2009 01:21 AM

 

on cd

 

on vinyl
enjoying both very much.

EvdWee 03.31.2009 04:46 AM

 

Death & the Maiden 03.31.2009 04:57 AM

Boris - Smile

gohleekwang 03.31.2009 05:36 AM

Faust

noisereductions 03.31.2009 07:12 AM

^comments on above above stuff... SOULJACKER was good, but my favorite was DAISIES OF THE GALAXY. I dnt think they've ever topped it. Also, Common(Sense)'s RESSURECTION is amazing. I remember rocking that tape when I was 15 over and over for a whole Summer. Plus the single "I Used To Love H.E.R." is an incredibly important hip hop single. If I taught a class on Golden Age Hip Hop, this track would be a whole Chapter with a quiz. Think about all the MC's who have since referenced, or more importantly, tried to further the allagory.

Sonic Youth 37 03.31.2009 10:00 AM

 

noisereductions 03.31.2009 10:12 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan
Do You mean biggie? Or is there a Tupac album with the same name?


Biggie's album is READY TO DIE
2Pac's is READY 2 DIE

The 2Pac one is one of those "import" albums (basically, a legal bootleg) that you see often. It was released by Street Dance (super common "import" label) in 2005 -- Suge listed as Exec Producer, so you know... anyway, I collect all those 2Pac releases. This one is actually especially worth tracking down if yr into the weird outtakes, etc. The sound quality is especially good. And there's a few really great standouts ("Thug Nature"!) that seem to be OG's. Of course there's a few throwaways and crappy short Pac verse tacked onto the beginning of someone else's track, etc. But yeah. Long answer to a short question.

stu666 03.31.2009 11:42 AM

 

SYRFox 03.31.2009 12:09 PM

 

noisereductions 03.31.2009 12:54 PM

^so good

You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to SYRFox again.

stu666 03.31.2009 12:55 PM

 

sonic sphere 03.31.2009 01:24 PM

neil young & crazy horse-rust never sleeps

stu666 03.31.2009 04:27 PM

 

Sonic Youth 37 03.31.2009 04:35 PM

 

Dr. Eugene Felikson 03.31.2009 06:01 PM

 


 

viewtiful_alan 03.31.2009 06:11 PM

 

(An ep length version of the disc with the previously released tracks taken out that I bought from a guy).
4/5
The Sqad mixtapes, not 500 degreez or Tha Carter, are where you here lil wayne really start coming into his own.

jon boy 03.31.2009 06:19 PM

keith rowe - live solo recording.

noisereductions 03.31.2009 07:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful_alan

The Sqad mixtapes, not 500 degreez or Tha Carter, are where you here lil wayne really start coming into his own.


I love 500 DEGREEZ and THA CARTER.


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