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    The new Dean Blunt album is quite the thing. One to be absorbed.


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    The theme song for the movie 'Escape from new york' 1981 with Kurt Russel, the bad assery is high.


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    Oh man. Boris is freaking ridiculous live!

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    Some Tiamat since I just bought a ticket for their live show.

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    You are an enemy of gaming.

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    I may have posted this before, and Jim put it in the Sunday Papers a few months back... But I love it. The tiny piano variations are hypnotic.

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    I have a sneaking suspicion the Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon soundtrack will soon feature heavily in my 'Game Soundtrack' smart-playlist.

    "He has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim release to
    the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free". ~
    Luke 4:18

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    70's style soul, Big Daddy Kane, what's not to love!


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    New! The Fall of Infinite Games 2014 - A handy release schedule for the dark season.
    Not so new anymore! Thrust Issues: A Marvelous Guide to Fencing in Dark Souls 2

    to wound the autumnal city.

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    Listening to the new Daft Punk album atm. So far I am not very familiar with them apart from the stuff that ran in the charts years ago but I find myself falling in love with that record already.

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    Now that I'm past the initial disappointment of the Daft Punk album not being either Homework or Discovery 2.0 I realise I snapped to an initially harsh judgement on it. Listening again with some decent headphones there's a lot more too a lot of the tracks than I initially realised. That said Touch is still a big splodge of naffness slap bang in the middle of the album and I still don't think (despite their clear efforts to make it so) that it hangs together that well as an album. Some great moments and apart from Touch nothing particularly bad, it'll definitely be a record I enjoy listening to but I doubt it will be one I ever love.

    Currently listening to the Vampire Weekend album, which Ya Hey aside, I'm enjoying significantly more than I expected to after being relatively disappointed with their second album. This is the best album they've done yet (though a couple of their best songs are still on the debut).

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    A fascinating thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchops View Post
    Now that I'm past the initial disappointment of the Daft Punk album not being either Homework or Discovery 2.0 I realise I snapped to an initially harsh judgement on it. Listening again with some decent headphones there's a lot more too a lot of the tracks than I initially realised. That said Touch is still a big splodge of naffness slap bang in the middle of the album and I still don't think (despite their clear efforts to make it so) that it hangs together that well as an album. Some great moments and apart from Touch nothing particularly bad, it'll definitely be a record I enjoy listening to but I doubt it will be one I ever love.
    To quote my own post from another forum:

    Had it playing on the car stereo today on the way back home... I think my girlfriend summed it up pretty well when she said "It's sad, especially when you know they can do so much better."

    If I had to describe it, I'd say that it sounds like a watered down softcore porn movie soundtrack for the elderly.


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    I may have posted this before, and Jim put it in the Sunday Papers a few months back... But I love it. The tiny piano variations are hypnotic.
    I remember that TV series from my youth (in fact, everybody my age around here does).
    - If the sound of Samuel Barber's "Adagio For Strings" makes you think of Kharak burning instead of the Vietnamese jungle, most of your youth happened during the 90s. -

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    This year really is an embarrassment of musical riches. Sparrow & The Workshop are a (at the moment) vastly under appreciated Glasgow band fronted by American Jill O'Sullivan. There first two releases were great but on the third album they've gone a bit more menacing (with a few moments of slow burning beauty too). The tracks build wonderfully and Jill's vocals are immense. Hopefully this album will draw in the plaudits, they thoroughly deserve them.

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    The Last Ninja from C64:


    Mind.in.a.Box update on The Last Ninja:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htI1WJoKjZU
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bi1975dSO7k

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    Ehh... it seems as if I have to do some catching up when it comes to a certain band's previous albums.

    I still like the new album.

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    Oh and new Laura Marling as well, which is as lovely as I've come to expect from her. She's on a good run of albums. Have to say I kind of bounced off the third one a bit (nothing wrong with it but haven't returned to it as often as the debut album) but she's at her best again here.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/musi...s-eagle-stream

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    Reading this interview with Alexander Nut in RA he mentions a brilliant Afro-rock/Afro-beat compilation that I'd forgotten all about. Having a lot of fun rediscovering and listening to it. Highly recommended. Lots of other stuff in the article, too.


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    I just want to say, that fucking song about crashing your car into a bridge and not caring has got to be the worst god damn thing I've ever heard in my life. It's on every other fucking commercial, too. Seriously, fuck that song. I've heard it come on a hundred times, but don't know anything else about it as I've never been able to stand more than 5 straight seconds of it.
    "What were we talking about? Pegasuses, pegasii, that's horses with wings. This motherf*cker got a sword that talks to him. Motherf*cker live in places that don't exist, it comes with a map. My God."

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    @ DiamondDog

    Loving that, throwing the interview into my bookmarks so I actually remember to go back to it!



    @ db1331

    You mean this song . . . :P



    (genuinely hadn't heard it until I googled it!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by db1331 View Post
    I just want to say, that fucking song about crashing your car into a bridge and not caring has got to be the worst god damn thing I've ever heard in my life. It's on every other fucking commercial, too. Seriously, fuck that song. I've heard it come on a hundred times, but don't know anything else about it as I've never been able to stand more than 5 straight seconds of it.
    You should hear the black hole of banality that is American pop music.

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