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Bertrand 03.24.2007 04:47 AM

Two months ago a radio DJ aired Kicking a Pigeon, by The Mabuses.
Although I knew that song then (1991-92), it never really made me want to listen to the album.
Still, when I heard that song again, I downloaded it on eMule.
The guitar parts were so beautiful, and the lyrics so odd that I looked for the record, bought it, and it's been there with me for 4 weeks now.

Torn Curtain 03.24.2007 06:39 AM

Andrew Bird - Armchair aprocrypha

Iain 03.24.2007 07:23 AM

Parker/Bailey/Bennink - Topography of the Lungs

Pookie 03.24.2007 08:03 AM

 

Torn Curtain 03.24.2007 09:45 AM

Kitchens of Distinction - Love is hell

Bunbury 03.24.2007 10:56 AM

Ikue Mori- One Hundread Aspects of the Moon

GravitySlips 03.24.2007 12:17 PM

Bardo Pond - Ticket Crystals

sonicl 03.24.2007 03:07 PM

 


Another one that's great for dancing around the kitchen.

nicfit 03.24.2007 03:35 PM

aesop rock - music for earthworms

sun city girl 03.24.2007 03:52 PM

 

Jt 03.24.2007 04:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Torn Curtain
Kitchens of Distinction - Love is hell


Good call. Have you got the extended version with the EP included? I haven't but I'm going to track it down - Margaret's Injection is immense.

Torn Curtain 03.24.2007 05:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jt
Good call. Have you got the extended version with the EP included? I haven't but I'm going to track it down - Margaret's Injection is immense.



Thanks!

No, I havent got the extended version either. I just got into the Kitchens of Distinction thanks to the allmusicguide review of Lift To Experience's "The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads" (http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p...0:dc63trorkl1x ).

Jt 03.24.2007 06:10 PM

I'll read that now.

If you're on Last.FM, all of the Kitchens' songs are playable in full for previews @ 128kb/s. Just search the band name. I really want to check out their early EPs now!

nicfit 03.24.2007 06:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Torn Curtain
Thanks!

No, I havent got the extended version either. I just got into the Kitchens of Distinction thanks to the allmusicguide review of Lift To Experience's "The Texas-Jerusalem Crossroads"

I think I am the only guy in italy who bought that 2cd record. And I still love it.

Torn Curtain 03.24.2007 07:01 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nicfit
I think I am the only guy in italy who bought that 2cd record. And I still love it.


Yeah, great record. Have you seen there are several shows of Lift to Experience recently seeded on dime (cf. http://www.sonicyouth.com/gossip/sho...?t=6368&page=5 ) ?

Reliable Pharmacy 03.24.2007 07:19 PM

codeine- buffy sainte marie

 

drrrtyboots 03.24.2007 07:26 PM

 

youthoftomorrow 03.24.2007 09:27 PM

 


god damn, i love this album.

sonic sphere 03.25.2007 09:39 AM

the stooges-funhouse

Iain 03.25.2007 10:45 AM

Krzysztof Penderecki...various things that are on the Inland Empire soundtrack.

drrrtyboots 03.25.2007 11:35 AM

Deerhunter- Cryptograms

gmku 03.25.2007 12:59 PM

Updated:
My fog, my amphetamine, and my pearls: a rockandroll listener's diary

PAULYBEE2656 03.25.2007 01:58 PM

battles- mirrored


best album ive heard in years... FACT!

Katy 03.25.2007 03:33 PM

Wozard Of Iz

 

Shipper 03.25.2007 06:26 PM

Frank Zappa - Apostrophe

Cantankerous 03.25.2007 10:40 PM

 

Пятхъдесят Шест 03.25.2007 11:30 PM

The sound of cars driving on the nearby interstate.

Its not a very enticing sound.

Cantankerous 03.26.2007 12:13 AM

 

Norma J 03.26.2007 02:33 AM

^Spiderland is a nice album. Funny enough I'm listneing to the band which I heard about Slint from years ago. I'm listening to bits of the new Silverchair album that's being streamed on their myspace. The orchestral parts of this song, If You Keep Losing Sleep, sounds like something that would be in a Burton film.

www.myspace.com/silverchair

Cantankerous 03.26.2007 02:40 AM

i really like how they combine spoken word with the music.

Norma J 03.26.2007 02:42 AM

Slint? Yeah.

Tokolosh 03.26.2007 04:20 AM

 

jon boy 03.26.2007 05:36 AM

jim o'rourkes bad timing and trying to get through the day somehow.

A Thousand Threads 03.26.2007 05:38 AM

 

im really digging them lately

sonic sphere 03.26.2007 08:51 AM

brian jonestown massacre-their satanic majesties 2nd request

gmku 03.26.2007 09:00 AM

Sundazed 180gm mono reissues of:

Blonde on Blonde, Highway 61 Revisted, and Bringing it all Back Home

If you're into these albums at all, I cannot recommend strongly enough that you try to pick up these amazing reissues. Aside from the tiny bar code on the back cover, the album packaging is authentic down to the era-correct labels--and the sound is incredible, a lot gutsier sounding than any other version I've heard. Supposedly this (the mono mix) is how these albums were meant to be heard when they first came out--stereo was done as an afterthought to a growing trend. If you've never heard them in true mono, it's almost like hearing them for the first time.

Onani Nic 03.26.2007 09:32 AM

Jay Reatard- Blood Visions

I've listened to this album about 20 times in the last 36 hours. The best modern punk album I've heard in ages!! Think buzzcocks and early wire.
 

ithinkimissyou 03.26.2007 10:56 AM

vonvonvon

PAULYBEE2656 03.26.2007 02:36 PM

 

merzbox cd 39 at the moment....

Katy 03.26.2007 02:55 PM

Fursaxa's new record "Alone In The Dark Wood".


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