Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Aug 5, 2010.
Following on from the 18,000 post blockbuster here....
i love horses
odyssey - native new yorker
jay z (feat alicia key) - empire state of mind
jay z - encore
Reverend Horton Heat - Liquor in the Front
Anyone else remember these? Superb little compilations that also came with a nice glossy book too!
The Louvin Brothers - Tragic Songs Of Life
Cypress Hill - Black Sunday
yeah, they were great. the same people who compiled the trance europe/trance atlantic express albums, which were also brilliant...
The Libertines - Legs 11
Submarine - s/t
laura branigan - self control
in the day nothing matt-tters
George - Polyserena
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (thanks to the other thread and NPR's stream)
The fall - early fall
Towa Tei's Big Fun
Is that a U75 record? If not, what is?
Venetian Snares - "Hospitality"
Cocteau Twins - "Heaven Or Las Vegas"
Zongamin - "Zongamin"
Riow Arai - "Mind Edit"
Was only listening to Anarchy earlier for the first time in absolutely ages!
And right now Jilted Generation - been playing this a lot again lately after the recent thread.
nicolette - let no-one live rent free in your head
Just how fucking underrated is Nicolette!!
Still play 'Now Is Early' regularly... her voice is just amazing
i only know this and the early SUAD singles tbh steph... is it worth looking at her other albums? does the music stay this harsh?
Well I've only got the Talkin' Loud one you mention, and Now Is Early is basically her SUAD stuff... there's something really haunting and beautiful about her vocals with some pretty crunching sounds at times... There's a more recent album Life Loves Us which I've heard is very good too.
got life loves us on spotify now - it's pretty good. still fairly out there, but with a tendency to jazzy breaks in some tracks which don't completely convince me...
have you seen the tracklist to her dj kicks? thats some heavy shit...
i think i love her.
v/a - Outcaste Too Untouchable
Code Industry - Young Men Coming To Power
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