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drinking cans of beer, listening to appetite for destruction.... feel like I should be in a trailor.
Switched to motorhead
Love me Like a Reptile from Motorhead's Ace of Spades album.
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We had already heard various murmurings about his third pick of the week, Oneohtrix Point Never, a highly unusual and experimental NYC musician who was said to be operating at several removes from today's vaguely interconnected chillwave and witch house/drag scenes. There was also an article written by Guardian contributor Simon Reynolds for the Village Voice earlier this year that discussed Oneohtrix's Daniel Lopatin and his numerous projects. Via his YouTube alias, sunsetcorp, there was his version -- or "echo jam", as Lopatin labels it -- of Chris de Burgh's ghastly 80s hit Lady in Red, which used various synth and looping techniques to transform it into a work of such disarming, heart-rending beauty that it prompted comments ranging from "the single greatest experience I have ever had" to "the sole reason YouTube should exist".
Come on in and post your favorite albums, songs, artists, drawings, album covers, paintings, statues, monuments, poetry, various other crap, etc... of 2012. Celebrate the year's art.
One of my favorite 2012 tracks
"All Wash Out" from Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' fantastic sophomore release Here!
This played on the radio non-stop this year... cover of Paul Simon... but good person to cover the track.. kinda refreshed it.
A head nod to the stones
yada yada yada awesome record
A good example of someone who is not technically good, but melts face
Ty Segall and his band (Mikal, Emily, & Charlie) doing probably the heaviest version you will ever hear of a classic 60's song.
"Slaugherhouse" out June 26th on In The Red.
Picked up Cream's "Wheels of Fire" and "Disraeli Gears", King Crimson "In the Court of the Crimson King", Pink Floyd "Ummagumma", and Shakti "Natural Elements" on vinyl for about $40 tonight. All in good/great condition.
Thanks to JC I can finally post in here again.
Anybody else listen to Mumford & Sons? I really like them.
Cool. Where do you find cheap vinyl A^2? The flea market is my go to stop for good condition, cheap, old albums.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Go Blue! Wondered what happened to yo ass. You got some posting to make up for.
I think I am the only Ryan Adams fan in the music thread here, but here is a great performance from a couple of days ago
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I'm just glad I was able to get to JC before the end of the year. I liked the lists that some of us posted last year for albums of the year.
I am taking vacation time starting at the end of the week. Probably posting my end of year lists then.
Any Portugal. The Man fans in here? Rotary Downs? North Mississippi All Stars? Television?
Titus Andronicus? White Denim?
God needs a Safety on His team. RIP 21
Nope, sorry. I checked out Portugal. The Man and they seem like a band I could get into.
I have heard of Titus Andronicus in the past, but I couldn't get into them. For me, Japandroids>TA.
Love me some Television
This is a bonus track from the re-release of Marquee Moon on September 23, 2003. This is Television's first single (released 10/75) before "Marquee Moon" was released.
Marquee Moon is the debut album by American rock band Television, released in 1977. While often considered a seminal work to come out of the New York punk scene of the late 1970s, the album differs from conventional punk in its clean, textured guitar-based arrangements and extended improvisation. As a result, it is also often cited as important to the development of post-punk and New Wave genres. While critically acclaimed at the time of its release, the album failed to garner commercial success.
Marquee Moon has been ranked highly in many "best of" music lists.
I used to listen to portugal a little bit but havent heard anything new in a couple years
That girl's voice is also used in this song. She is good. Not too sure if you guys like rap though.....
Off ScHoolboy Q Habits & Contradictions OUT NOW!!!
Habits & Contradictions http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/habits-contradictions/id495258117
I like Schoolboy Q. I thought his Habits & Contradictions was a pretty good album.
Anyone listen to Macklemore?
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Cage the elephant - Back against the wall
Track 6 of Cage The Elephant's debut album - Back Against The Wall
Local used/new record stores, local bookstores, and local antique shops. I'll sometimes buy a new record of Amazon.
I need to get a good quality record cleaner. Most of my used records are in good condition but could use a good cleaning.
Like some of Portugal. Heard 1 song by White Denim I like. Fan of Titus.
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