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My Bloody Valentine - Loveless

New Order - Movement

LCD Soundsystem - American Dream

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It’s ascended to my favourite Death Grips album as of late. As always I love Rides vocal performance on all songs, and Flatlander do great with the production side of things. I love the Björk samples on disc one, they fit the music really well and give it an extra layer. There’s actually a tonne more live instrument usage on disc two which is also a nice addition. On GP is a great way to end the album and Death Grips 2.0 provides a great postscript/coda.

Great album, I highly recommend it.

Not enough people read the EU.

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As a big Tool fan I was pretty hyped about this album, and thankfully it turned out to be worth the wait. Obviously since I was five when the last album came out I haven’t eagerly awaited the album for thirteen years, but it’s release still felt like a big event to me.

I enjoyed that all of the songs were ten minutes +, with the exceptions of the interludes, which don’t add a whole lot but are nice to have. It’s almost tradition at this point for Tool albums to have extraneous instrumental interludes. Sadly they aren’t as memorable as pieces like Intermission or Eon Blue Apocalypse from previous albums, but they’re nice to have anyway.

The songs themselves are insanely good, my favourites being Pneuma and 7empest (corny title aside), which seem to be the popular choices across the internet, but really all the songs are incredible.

So far I wouldn’t say that it’s on par with 10 000 Days, my favourite Tool album, but it I still in the same ballpark.

Well worth the wait, I’ve listened to it something like ten times so far.

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critics and even Reed himself went pretty hard against this album, but it’s very solid for me with great bite.

“The ability to destroy a planet is insignificant next to the power of the Force.” - DV

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About The Young Idea: The Very Best Of The Jam

Paul Weller has such great lyrics.

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For those who haven’t heard it yet, The Who’s new album (WHO) is really stunning and their first full length release of new material since Endless Wire back in 2006. Unlike that album which only fanboys like myself defend, the new album has gotten great reviews across the board and track for track is amazingly solid.

Of course like everything today it’s mastered too loud but is still surprisingly listenable. But it does get my highest recommendation. For longtime fans there are feelings and vibes on here reminiscent of WHO ARE YOU, FACE DANCES and some nice referential bits that range from the early days to even a tinge or two of QUADROPHENIA.

I really am enjoying the deluxe edition and think some if not all the three bonus tracks should be on the standard 11 track album.

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(For the -3 people in off topic and -487 people here who care about this sort of music)
I’ve been on a massive underground Glam kick lately. I found the self titled Crimson Glory tape and it absolutely kills. Tons of memorable tracks. Queen of the Masquerade, Valhalla, Azrael and Dream Dancer are some definite standouts. There’s a coupe of filler tracks but this record is fantastic. The production is fantastic but a bit too Caucasian for this kind of music. In other words it sounds a little thin without as much bottom end as it should have. These guys are dead nuts tight musicians and the songs are extremely well written. HIGHLY recommended.

Luke astro-projects himself to Salt Lake Planet, gets shot at by gorilla walkers, has a non-lightsaber duel with Darth Millennial, then dies of a broken heart, inspiring broom boys throughout the galaxy to get creative with their sweeping. - DuracellEnergizer

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I just listened to an album with an incredibly weird take on old Russian folk songs. Not sure if this is the right thread but could anyone kindly shed some light on it? Because it’s really intriguing, bizarre, and ever mysterious; there’s barely any information on the album.

I’ll reveal the album when someone agrees to help me.

Sincerely sorry if I sound stupid.

I’m fed up. I’m tired of seeing nearly jackshit in the feed.

POST SOMETHING ON OFF-TOPIC FOR CHRIST’S SAKE!

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