Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by editor, Aug 5, 2010.
United Bible Studies - The Star Of The Sea Moves Today To Its Rising
Pere Ubu - The Modern Dance
Keith Christmas - Stimulus
Goat Girl - Goat Girl
Yo La Tengo - There's a Riot Going On
Massive Attack - Blues Lines
I remember buying this as a teenager and my contrarian self thinking Safe from Harm was the best track. I now realise that I was very wrong (and yes, the obvious one is my favourite now).
The Fall - Perverted by Language
I'm working my way through my Fall collection, chronologically. Whilst it's not complete, it does outnumber any other act in my racks. Garden makes this worth it almost on its own.
Was meant to be seeing them in Dublin tonight, but unfortunately won't be. Any good?
Wrekminster Harmonies - The alone rush. On first listen, pretty mighty.
I was meant to be seeing them in Sheffield tomorrow, but unfortunately won't be. It doesn't quite capture them at their live best, but it's a pretty good approximation, well worth paying actual cash money for.
Th' Faith Healers - Imaginary Friend
Mogwai - Rave Tapes
Abdoujaparov - Maria's Umbrella
Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material
Tangerine Dream - White Rose
cupcakKe - Ephorize
This is growing on me with each listen, spitting such filth at such pace.
Super Furry Animals - Mwng
I've only just realised that they re-released this with a second disc, featuring a load of their earlier Welsh stuff. I think I've got it all somewhere on 7" and 10".
Most of the extra stuff is unreleased as far as I recall.
(I own it, but hardly ever actually play it)
I liked Safe from Harm best too. What's your favourite, Unfinished Sympathy? My favourite is Blue Lines, also like Hymn of the Big Wheel and Daydreaming.
Julian Cope - Skellington 3
Great to listen to when slightly inebriated. His magnificent melodiousness shines through, and the slightly dubious lyrics can be skimmed over. Not the ‘I’ve been under-revoluting too long’
Yeah, Unfinished Sympathy is the best. I often don't choose the obvious one on cannonised albums, but in this case I believe the consensus is correct.
Somatic Responses - Pattern Finding
The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
Annie - Don't Stop
It's such a shame she's only done two studio albums, as twenty-first century pop doesn't get much better. Almost ten years since this was released.
Colin Stetson - Sorrow
Repetitor -Dobrodosli na ocean. Serbian post hardcore, not bad at all.
Idles - Brutalism.
Jason Sharp - Stand above the streams
This inspired be to re-listen to it. You're 100% correct, criminal that she's not more widely known.
A Hawk and a Hacksaw - Forest Bathing; excellent
The Breakfast Song is a cowpat in a field of flowers, although it almost makes the remainder of the album even better.
TLC - FanMail
I heard No Scrubs in a shop the other day and it reminded how good this album is. Even the ballads are pretty good, and arguably made better by T-Boz and Chilli not being perfect singers.
Saw this afternoon Liz Phair Exile in guyville is being rereleased so I've got in on right now. Still sounds good. I'm kind of surprised.
Rocket from the crypt - Scream Dracula scream
Grouper - Grid of points
Gnod - Chapel Perilous
what's the verdict? I've been enjoying the live shows of this set, but everyone's saying it's hard going...
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