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mr_bigmouth_502
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15 Mar 2015, 6:46 am

What albums have you been addicted to lately? Not artists, not songs, ALBUMS. :P Post what you've been listening to below.



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15 Mar 2015, 7:52 am

I'll try and keep it brief. I finally took a listen to Tool's Aenema. That's quite a record. :-) I recommend it! I've checked out albums from Humble Beast artists like Odd Thomas and Foreknown. Humble Beast is a Christian Hip-Hop crew for those curious. Their records are all free!

Today, I am choosing between finishing an album by @Peace (a New Zealand hip-hop group that sounds a bit like Shabazz Palaces) and Panda Bear Versus the Grim Reaper.

As you can see, I am forever listening to new music and would love some recommendations.


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15 Mar 2015, 8:12 am

Radiohead's "Kid A"; "House Without a Door" from Le Boeuf Brothers; and "Take Me Elsewhere" from The Raah Project. The last one isn't as stylishly abstract as "Score", but those lyrics are still somethin' else.



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15 Mar 2015, 8:56 am

Blast Tyrant by Clutch



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16 Mar 2015, 8:38 am

"Trans Canada Highway" and "Twoism" by Boards of Canada
"Quaristice" by Autechre
"Periphery" by Periphery



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16 Mar 2015, 8:52 am

most recently ;
Blackboard Jungle Dub - The Upsetters Lee"Scratch" Perry (complete album)had that one, but not heard for ages,
Shawn Lee's Ping Pong Orchestra - World Of Funk (full album)
Woody Allen - Songs from Woody Allen's Films
Django Unchained Complete Soundtrack



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16 Mar 2015, 10:47 am

Einstürzende Neubauten "Halber Mensch"
David Bowie "Station to Station"
Gal Costa "Gal Costa"
Miles Davis "Kind of Blue"
Rowland S. Howard "Teenage Snuff Film"
Brian Eno "Taking Tiger Mountain"
Nick Cave "From Her to Eternity"
Stan Getz / João Gilberto "Getz / Gilberto"
Iceage "Plowing into the Field of Love"



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18 Mar 2015, 1:22 pm

Nobody listening to To Pimp A Butterfly?



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18 Mar 2015, 1:25 pm

Ive been listening to the new red album "Of Beauty and Rage" and been enjoying it. I also recently bought Becks new album "Morning Phase" which is pretty enjoyable.



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18 Mar 2015, 1:34 pm

The_Walrus wrote:
Nobody listening to To Pimp A Butterfly?


I've been curious about that album. I assume it's as great as everyone says? Truthfully, when someone says an album is a classic, I can be a bit averse. That's the reason I haven't been listening to D'Angelo's Black Messiah album.


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18 Mar 2015, 3:18 pm

Swedish Shining's 2007 masterpiece Halmstad.


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18 Mar 2015, 3:49 pm

Just getting into Soko's new album called "My Dreams Dictate My Reality" which was released 2 March. Below is a video for her song called "Ocean of Tears".



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18 Mar 2015, 11:15 pm


This is a great post-punk record, and had I known about it before the hipsters decided to adopt it as a symbol of hipsterdom, I would have considered it an underrated classic. In a way, it still is, since the album cover is more popular than the album itself, particularly as a T-shirt design. :P



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19 Mar 2015, 1:38 am

I've been listening to a few different albums lately. :roll:

90125 (Deluxe Version) ~ Yes

The Dark Side of the Moon [2011 - Remaster] ~ Pink Floyd

Walking On a Dream (Special Edition) ~ Empire of the Sun

Lost On the River ~ The New Basement Tapes

Caustic Love ~ Paulo Nutini

Night Visions (Deluxe Version) ~ Imagine Dragons


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19 Mar 2015, 5:57 am

mr_bigmouth_502 wrote:

This is a great post-punk record, and had I known about it before the hipsters decided to adopt it as a symbol of hipsterdom, I would have considered it an underrated classic. In a way, it still is, since the album cover is more popular than the album itself, particularly as a T-shirt design. :P


Definitely an underrated classic (hipsters and their t-shirts notwithstanding). Thanks for sharing.
CBGBs shared an image recently stating that The Ramones are not a T-Shirt. Strange how people care so
little about the past or the stuff they advertise on themselves.