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    ScreamingTree
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    Pavement- Crooked Rain/ Slanted and Enchanted
    Pixies- Surfer Rosa
    These cd’s are very good.

    Sparta- Wiretap Scars
    …I can’t stress this enough: August 13th it comes out and you should buy it if you liked ATDI. It hasn’t left the cd player since July when I first mentioned it. They’re the next big thing.

    #71342

    buckingham rabbit
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    nick cave–the boatman’s call. i think i will have this album playing at my wedding (which will be nowhere in the near future).

    scott walker–scott 4.

    #71343

    Bucky Ramone
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    the Mountain Goats Bitter melon farm
    Compilation of a lot of their singles/cassette/obscure compilations stuff, as lo as fi can go, great songs! (and a killer cover of ‘The Sign’, oeiginally by Ace of Base <img> )

    The Angels of Light – We were alive
    Fine live album (sound quality isn’t always that great though) from Michael Gira and band

    #71344

    sarsaparilly
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    j. hendrix are you experienced, fafafoxy lady as i write, no explaination necessary. somethin pixie next, i got bossanova used (before that just had it on tape) cd recently so likely it will be that, surfer rosa and shit 1/2 my pixies is gone missing oh my housemate stoled’em for vacation driving music bastard!

    #71345

    sarsaparilly
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    ha. he got the case but i got the disc, come on pilgrim , heh bad habit forgettin to put ’em back in the case? or is it? so pixie mixin’, where is my mind just started. inthewaterr slowly swimmin.

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    SG
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    Horace Silver-Blowin The Blues Away-one of the best albums he did for Bluenote Records;he did a ton of albums for BN,so much he`s problably in the Guiness Book Of World Records for the most albums on one label.

    Sully-I Have Much To Report-the AMG called them post grunge/industrial metal <img> far from the truth,they actually sound like a more forceful Cocteau Twins,I think their singer stole Liz Fraser`s lyric book.

    St Johnny-High As A Kite-a comp of singles and unreleased stuff from this Hartford,Conn. band;Hammy-if you know any info on them,like where they are now,please fill me and Tony in.Mercury Rev guitarist Grasshopper guests on a few songs.

    #71346

    Carl.
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    right now, in the car is EBC

    Carl.

    #71347

    AGAP
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    Flaming Lips-Yoshima
    Hydromatics-Parts Unknown
    Sugar-FUEL

    Allison <img>

    #71348

    Bucky Ramone
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    Bobby Bare jr. – Young criminals starvation league
    Some fine ‘story-telling’ songs, a lot of Lambchop people as backing band and a fine cover of the Smiths’ ‘What difference does it make?’, fine album!

    #71349

    SG
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    Velvet Underground And Nico-classic album,what more can I say?maybe the first fusion of free jazz and rock.

    Wes Montgomery-Ultimate series-jazz`s greatest guitarist;a comp of songs chosen by George Benson,his version of Coltrane`s Impressions is incredible.

    Van Morrison-Astral Weeks-another classic,Van`s impassioned free form vocals impressive me the most,like Leadbelly or John Lee Hooker not paying attention to musical rules,just emotion.The band is great too;jazz bassist Richard Davis on bass,he used to play with the Dolphy/Little band and Sarah Vaughan;Connie Kay from the Modern Jazz Quartet is on drums.

    #71350

    SG
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    Sars-yeah,I was listening to VU/Nico last night despite that it was`nt Sunday morning.

    #71351

    ham steak
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    Gem – Sunglare Serenade
    Fuck – Goldbrick
    Grandaddy – Under the Western Freeway
    Trad Gras Och Stenar – Ajn Schvajn Draj
    the Hives – Barely Legal

    #71352

    sarsaparilly
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    cypress hill III temples of boom, stayin’ low am i.
    salzombie- listenin’ to v.u and nico what are you havin’ a sunday this morning sir?(it is part of my sunday morning regular rotation)

    #71353

    SG
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    John Lee Hooker-Best Of:1965-74-JLH recorded a ton of albums so this comp is only the tip of the iceberg in his discography;pretty good comp nonetheless by the legendary bluesman.

    Various Artists-Throw:Yo Yo Records compilation-featuring Kicking Giant,Bikini Kill,Heavens To Betsy,Unwound,Superchunk,Lois,Bratmobile,Mecca Normal,etc.and even a string quartet covering a Beat Happening song.Some songs were recorded in a chicken coop,how cool is that?

    Townes Van Zandt-A Far Cry From Dead-Townes should have been as well known as Willie Nelson,but he was weary of stardom and the music biz;as Steve Earle said-"Townes Van Zandt is a better songwriter then Bob Dylan,and I`d stand on Bob Dylan`s coffee table in my cowboy boots and tell him that".This album is fantastic with alot of his best songs,Snake Mountain Blues and Waitin Around To Die gives me the chills.

    Richard Buckner-Since-Buckner was influenced alot by Townes,but I also heard he`s a big Pavement fan.This album might be his best,each album he`s released he gets more left of center,folk/country is where he`s coming from but he is`nt afraid to be a little experimental,he has 2 new albums coming out this fall,that should be cool.

    #71354

    Bucky Ramone
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    Ryan Adams – New songs and cover versions
    Bootleg containing what the title says, covers range from Gram Parsons’ ‘Sin City’ via the Stones (‘Brown Sugar’) to the Strokes (‘Last Nite’) + 9 new songs + an acoustic version of ‘New York, New York’, cool stuff <img>

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