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    humble joe

    Some more favourites of mine:

    Sonic Youth- Sister
    My Bloody Valentine- Isn’t Anything
    Neil Young- Harvest
    Pulp- This is Hardcore
    The Jam- All Mod Cons
    The Rolling Stones- Beggars Banquet
    Ben Folds Five- Whatever and Ever Amen
    Beach Boys- Very Best Of
    Supergrass- In It For The Money

    What do you think to those lot?



    I like them all except Pulp,Ben Folds,Supergrass;I don`t listen to the beach boys much but Brian Wilson came up with melodies you can hear MBV even used.


    humble joe

    What don’t you like about them lot then? What do you think to Ben Folds? Nothing short of genius in my opinion! And I guess Supergrass and Pulp are sort of very British. Interested in your opinion…

    What are your fave Neil Young records?


    Bucky Ramone

    Pulp and Supergrass are/were okayish single-bands, it always cheers me up when ‘Disco 2000’, ‘Common people’, ‘Allright’ or ‘Caught by the fuzz’ are on the radio, never cared much for their albums…..

    Never ever listened to anything by Ben Folds Five, you can’t listen to everything….

    Favourite Neil Young albums:

    1. Tonight’s the night
    2. Rust never sleeps

    Saw Neil Young live with Crazy Horse twice this year, they were fantastic, these guys know how to rock!!!!!



    Some bands I don`t pay much attention to,too many out there to listen to.
    My fav Neil Young albums are Rust Never Sleeps,Tonight`s The Night,Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere,After The Gold Rush,Ragged Glory.
    Decade is a great compilation,lots of great stuff on that.


    John Dyson

    Hey everybody,

    Glad to see we are still on this topic, I’ve been away for a few weeks and the debate still rages…

    Still is the one arguement i have with my friends the most!!

    Supergrass rock – saw them recently at the Leeds Festival here in the UK – many many top tunes.

    Pulp are fantastic, should be seeing them live later in the year, small gig in Birmingham, can’t wait…

    Anyway to add to my lists somewhere up the top of this debate try these fro size:

    Guided by Voices – Isolatio Drills – finally got hold of a copy and it’s great.

    Slint – Spiderland – just bought this sorry 10years behind

    Nirvana – Outcesticicde 3 bootleg thing with lots of stuff I hadn’t heard.

    Anyway that’s what I’ve been listening to this week



    GBV`s Isolation Drills I`m not into,I like some of the tunes though,but overall it`s not impressive.
    Slint`s Spiderland is a landmark in early 90`s indie rock,I just bought it last year so I was 9 years late!I recently downloaded their version of Neil Young`s Cortez The Killer from audiogalaxy.com
    very cool!
    nice to hear from you again John,it`s been a while.



    Here’s my favorites:

    16 Volt – SuperCoolNothing
    Cure – Disintegration
    Fear Factory – Obsolete
    Hum – Downward Is Heavenward
    Snake River Conspiracy – Sonic Jihad
    Rob Zombie – Hellbilly Deluxe
    Radiohead – OK Computer



    Hum-Downward Is Heavenward
    great album,really overlooked,they got some attention with You`d prefer an astronaut but I think downward is better,better production,better songs.



    Thought I`d pull up this thread again,one of my favs,always like to hear what other freaksceners like besides J.

    A few more from me:

    Varnaline-Sweet Life
    Mogwai-Young Team
    Dirty 3-Ocean Songs
    Lucinda Williams-Lucinda Williams



    here are some more of mine:

    Aphex Twin – Drukqs ;album of the year, totally amazing, individual and mind-boggling – buy it and see!

    Boards of Canada – Music has the Right to Children
    Leila – Courtesy of Choice
    dEUS – worst case scenario
    Howie B – Turn the Dark off
    Alec Empire – Generation Star Wars
    Mouse on Mars – Ideology
    Beastie Boys – The in Sound from Way Out!
    Autechre – Black
    Chris Cornell – Euphoria Morning
    Sunna – One Minute Science



    limiting my response to only one Dino album, I would have to say, in no particular order.

    Dinosaur Jr – Where You Been
    Janes Addiction – Nothings Shocking
    Nirvana – Nevermind
    the Pixies – Doolittle
    Radiohead – OK Computer
    Fugazi – Thirteen Songs
    Them – Them
    Aceyalone – A Book of Human Language
    Sonic Youth – Goo
    Lungfish – Pass and Stow
    Beck – Mellow Gold
    Talking Heads – Stop Making Sense
    Built to Spill- Keep it Like a Secret

    I never realized I had so many favorite albums, and I even could have kept going. Oh well.


    Bucky Ramone

    Some more from me:

    Emmylou Harris – Wrecking Ball
    X – Los Angeles
    Grant Lee Buffalo – Fuzzy
    Whiskeytown – Stranger’s Almanac
    Dream Syndicate – Days of wine and roses

    Salamiguy, Varnaline is a great band, I have got their ‘Songs in a northern key’ album, been trying to get their ‘Sweet life’ album, but haven’t found it yet……



    Looking to all these lists, I feel like a mainstream bore: In random / alfab. order:

    The Band: The Band
    The Beatles: the White Album
    Jeff Buckly: Grace
    Eels : Beautifull Freak
    Steve Earle: El Corazon
    Nirvana: Nevermind
    Lou Reed: Berlin
    Smashing Pumpkins: Mellon Collie
    Tom Waits: Swordfishtrombone
    Neil Young: Tonights the night



    Some more fav jazz albums:
    Bill Evans-Sunday At The Village Vanguard
    Thelonious Monk-Monk`s Dream
    Eric Dolphy-At The Five Spot-vol 1
    Cannonball Adderley-In San Fransisco
    Chet Baker-Chet
    Wayne Shorter-Juju
    Albert Ayler-In Greenwich Village
    Jack DeJohnette-Special Edition
    Stan Getz-Sweet Rain
    Keith Jarrett-Koln Concert
    Sonny Sharrock-Ask The Ages
    Dexter Gordon-Ballads
    Sonny Rollins-The Bridge
    Jimmy Smith-Prayer Meetin
    Wes Montgomery-Incredible Jazz Guitar

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