Laugh if you must...
"Rose Parade" by Elliott Smith from Either/Or Probably going to do both of the Kill Rock Stars albums.
nightclubbing by iggy & the stooges
The Verlaines - You're Just Too Obscure For Me
CocoRosie The Adventures Of Ghosthorse And Stillborn
the new Stereolab
sounds weird to me
will report back later when i've listened to the whole thing. I read it was supposed to be the first part of a dyptic.
that sounds so silly used in a musical context. I guess I'm far too visual arts nerdy.
I cant spell either though.
the wife is gone for a while
i'm listening to part chimp
fuck it's so HEAVY
this bastard is relentless
oops the wife is back already
*presses the SToP button*
*puts some Bonnie prince Billy on"
The Dead Texan - The Struggle
Nurse With Wound - Thunder Perfect Mind
I've never listened to anything by them before. This is definitely interesting. What album by them would you guys suggest I download?
Sleater-Kinney - Call the Doctor
the silver daggers-new high and ord
cock esp-greatest dicks
cock esp-we mean it this time
pink reason-cleaning the mirror
naked on the vague-the blood pressure sessions
kan mikami-various tracks
the dead milkmen-eat your paisley
magik markers-trust your guitar, etc.
led zeppelin 2
Yet more Bogshed:
mark stewart and maffia-as the veneer of democracy begins to fade
Underrated classic. Mark Stewart is a musical genius, and he has made far more great music than just that he did with the Pop Group. This is an exemplary example, as mark stewart was now starting to incorporate Fela Kuti-inspired Afro-Beat rhythms into his already strange mix of Dub and Post Punk. This album would prove influential on his later career, as much of his solo albums fall into the eclectic World-inspired sound used on this record. His new album, "Edit", is the epitome of this style, and is one of my favorite records of this year.
"Musicians and poets of Rajasthan"
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