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    And for an upbeat change of pace:



    Cheesy sentimentality, perhaps, but I like it. Fucking earwigs.
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    Frobnitz Ichor Liquor purveyors don't need compasses to tell which way the moon sounds.

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    14tracks

    The latest 14tracks turned out to be a pretty good primer for some of the best producers and most interesting music going on in the UK at the moment.
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    Dunno what ya'll feel about Daryl Hall but this collab with Chromeo has given me numerous aurgasms:



    A tame tune, perhaps, but Gemayel's talkboxing is wondrous. Calls Frampton/Walsh to mind.
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    Been listening to the album for the last few days now while playing Shadowrun Returns and it fits perfectly with the mood of the game.
    7:03 AM - Alone + Easy Target: sscscccccacescsqaqdsqsqqsqqqeeeeeeeeeeeseesqecccee eeeedsssssssssqeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeq
    7:03 AM - The Player of Games: Play by email, FPS edition

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    Massive tune, should be on the radio as much as Get Lucky was.


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    "Oh, evolution. It wasn't meant for everyone."

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    Because brass, dammit.
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    This reminds me a bit of Floex and DVA:

    7:03 AM - Alone + Easy Target: sscscccccacescsqaqdsqsqqsqqqeeeeeeeeeeeseesqecccee eeeedsssssssssqeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeq
    7:03 AM - The Player of Games: Play by email, FPS edition

    Steam|Last.FM

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    Radiohead's Hail to the Thief might be the best album in existence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anthile View Post
    Radiohead's Hail to the Thief might be the best album in existence.
    Tough when it isn't the best Radiohead album! I do like it (think it's unfairly maligned in some quarters) but OK Computer and The Bends and In Rainbows are all definitely superior.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lambchops View Post
    The Bends and In Rainbows
    My sides! Surely thou jest.


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    The Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band might have something to say about that.

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    Friday seems a good time for a classic:

    "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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    I don't even know where I put my Amnesiac copy. Has to be somewhere. Apropos, I remembered I own Pure Reason Revolution's The Dark Third, the best album you have never listened to. It's amazing. The band also produced two other albums after that but they're both kinda terrible and they have disbanded since. The Dark Third, however, is a real masterpiece. The kind of album that never gets boring.


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    I have a soft spot for North American obscure rock bands as long as they have at least some synth in their sound.

    This one sounds painfully American even though the band is Canadian, I think( it's like every second has a HUGE brand saying AMERICAN on it) and admittedly generic, yes. But I still like it.

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    GRant Hart, 1/3 of Husker Du, released his first solo album in years and it's pretty good. It's a concept album based on Paradise Lost, which sounds awful, but it's actually pretty awesome. Plus, his voice has aged into sounding uncannily like David Bowie. It reminds me a bit of "Hadestown" from a few years back:


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    "Oh, evolution. It wasn't meant for everyone."

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    Quote Originally Posted by coldvvvave View Post
    This one sounds painfully American even though the band is Canadian, I think( it's like every second has a HUGE brand saying AMERICAN on it) and admittedly generic, yes. But I still like it.
    That video feels very 90s. I listened to it because I thought "Hey, that could be like Metric!" and then I listened and it wasn't really. You should try Metric, by the way, if you haven't already. They are also Canadian. Just go from here. But that song, my main problem with it was how the instruments just kind of...well, congealed, I guess. One mass that hardly seemed to deviate.

    Anyhow, I've been trying to widen my usually limited collection and braved putting on Spotify. Listened to the whole one album on there of Desert Sessions and thoroughly enjoyed it and gave Beck a try because I'm not entirely sure why, but enjoyed that too. I think I might have to go do some CD ordering for the back catalogue of Desert Sessions in particular though.
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    If we must have 90s nostaliga finally creeping into music, or any kind of retro, then I'm glad some people are looking to jungle for influence.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondDog View Post
    If we must have 90s nostaliga finally creeping into music, or any kind of retro, then I'm glad some people are looking to jungle for influence.
    On that note, this is the only thing I listen to in GTAIII.

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