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noisereductions 10.08.2010 09:03 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
Haha, I've been down with DOOM since '07 when he dropped The Mouse & The Mask! Operation Doomsday is definitely his masterpiece though.


pfft I've been down with Doom since he dropped OpDoomsday... johnncumlately.

noisereductions 10.08.2010 09:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
I mentioned it in the top 10 hip-hop releases thread, he didn't care either. He's a strange man.


no... I've just been reading these threads not so closely lately.

noisereductions 10.08.2010 09:05 AM

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Originally Posted by viewtiful alan redux
 

3.5/5


keep meaning to grab this. I heard 2 tracks and was pleased. The Roots were my first concert when I was 16 during the DO YOU WANT MORE tour. :)

The Earl Of Slander 10.08.2010 01:06 PM

 


Not a bad candidate for the single saddest album I've heard. In a good way.

finding nobody 10.08.2010 01:26 PM

 

sounds as dope as ever

sonic sphere 10.08.2010 02:13 PM

 

chicka 10.08.2010 02:31 PM

I already repped you on the assessment of Redding and Mitchell but forgot to mention also the spot on comparison of the Doors as well. Manzarek held them together, Densmore was a great drummer with a unique style and Robbie Krieger was quite a phenom only 18 when they started who also wrote the song that put them on the map Light my Fire. It's too bad people didn't give them the time of day after Jim passed away.

Quote:

Originally Posted by viewtiful alan redux



THIS ALBUM IS AWESOME. Noel Redding and Mitch Mitchellson deserve much more credit than I seem to hear them get. Such a great rhythm section... the live legacy of Jimi Hendrix kind of impacted the degree to which people pay attention to the fact that the experience were not just Hendrix's means to an end, but were truly an excellent group a la The Doors being in the shadow of Morrison (Hendrix>Morrison though)


noisereductions 10.08.2010 02:38 PM

I've pretty much only listened to Thank Me Later for the entire week. Jeez.

chicka 10.08.2010 02:49 PM

Horace Silver - The Baghdad Blues (1959)

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.08.2010 03:27 PM

 

Pax Americana 10.08.2010 05:21 PM

 

The Earl Of Slander 10.08.2010 08:46 PM

Smog - All Your Women Things. So many times.

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.08.2010 11:45 PM

 

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.09.2010 02:58 AM

 

automatic bzooty 10.09.2010 04:46 AM

vivian girls

The Earl Of Slander 10.09.2010 05:01 AM

Before:

 


I sometimes have trouble believing just how good Ballad In Plain D is.

Now:

 

sonic sphere 10.09.2010 05:14 AM

 

viewtiful alan redux 10.09.2010 02:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Earl Of Slander
Before:





I sometimes have trouble believing just how good Ballad In Plain D is.


You mean how awful and unnecessary it is?

 

4/5

 

5/5
 

5/5

viewtiful alan redux 10.09.2010 02:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Earl Of Slander
Before:





I sometimes have trouble believing just how good Ballad In Plain D is.


You mean how awful and unnecessary it is?



 

4/5



 

5/5


 

5/5

Torn Curtain 10.09.2010 04:43 PM

Pink Floyd - Time (Bristol 1974)

Torn Curtain 10.09.2010 04:48 PM

Pink Floyd - Comfortably numb (The wall live DVD 1980)

Torn Curtain 10.09.2010 04:54 PM

Pink Floyd - Echoes (Gdańsk Shipyard 2006)

EDIT: that is David Gilmour, not Pink Floyd.

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.09.2010 05:00 PM

 


I can't wait to see 'em on The Old Shit tour.

washer 10.09.2010 06:31 PM

Soundtrack for tonight until now...

 


 


 


And coming up next...

 

Florya 10.10.2010 03:55 AM

'Jules' - a 3" cdr by Pollypraha

a-p a. niemi 10.10.2010 07:54 AM

 

TheFoxBen 10.10.2010 09:03 AM

 


Kinda intense.

noisereductions 10.10.2010 09:07 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dr. Eugene Felikson
 


I can't wait to see 'em on The Old Shit tour.


what the hell is this one?

sonic sphere 10.10.2010 12:24 PM

 

nicfit 10.10.2010 01:27 PM

 

finding nobody 10.10.2010 02:16 PM

 

damn good band

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.10.2010 03:11 PM

^ Yes! One of their best too.

 

stu666 10.10.2010 03:31 PM

 

Torn Curtain 10.10.2010 04:32 PM

Radiohead - Permanent daylight (Lupo's 1995)

Torn Curtain 10.10.2010 04:43 PM

Radiohead - Lift (JBTV Chicago 1996)

Torn Curtain 10.10.2010 04:47 PM

Radiohead - The Trickster (San Francisco '98)

The Earl Of Slander 10.10.2010 08:48 PM

By coincidence:

 


If I were to point to one album responsible for me listening to 'good' music...

Dr. Eugene Felikson 10.10.2010 11:43 PM

 


 

sonic sphere 10.11.2010 04:55 AM

 

viewtiful alan redux 10.11.2010 12:39 PM

 

5/5


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