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Kraftwerk-Computer World



I've been listening to these guys a lot lately.
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Postrokfan - have you been listening outside my door? Lol

These three last night after Agitation Free and this morn:

Ashra - Blackouts



Ashra - New Age Of Earth



Tangerine Dream - Phaedra

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Postrokfan - have you been listening outside my door? Lol

These three last night after Agitation Free and this morn:

Ashra - Blackouts



Ashra - New Age Of Earth



Tangerine Dream - Phaedra


I don't know, ESP maybe...smile.gif
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The Church-Heyday

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Lionel Hampton / Stan Getz - Hamp and Getz





Happy Birthday, Stan.
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Forgot about this one - fantastic ethereal layered rock guitar - highly recommended.

Steve Tibbetts - Yr

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Antony and the Johnsons - Swanlights

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The Black Angels - Directions to See a Ghost

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The Black Angels - Directions to See a Ghost


Nice spin. Cool retro psychedelic rock.
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Digable Planets-Blowout Comb

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Ahmad Jamal - Live At Oil Can Harry's

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My Bloody Valentine - m b v

first new album in 22 years. sounds like a combination between Loveless and Isn't Anything. Yes!!
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My Bloody Valentine - m b v

first new album in 22 years. sounds like a combination between Loveless and Isn't Anything. Yes!!

Awesome! I saw them live a few years back for the reunion tour. Gloriously loud. wink.gif
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Never was a big Loveless guy but Isn't Anything is more up my alley.

While I've never seen them, they're sure to be a lock to make the short list of, "loudest live act ever" nominees.
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Nice spin. Cool retro psychedelic rock.

Yes, I like it though I tend to find myself contemplating, "who do they most sound like" while I listen. Regardless, they blend it all together in a compelling enough way.
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Awesome! I saw them live a few years back for the reunion tour. Gloriously loud. wink.gif

Nice! I'm sure they're a presence live. Jealous!

and now....



Tomahawk - Oddfellows
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Stomu Yamash'ta - Go

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My Bloody Valentine - m b v

first new album in 22 years. sounds like a combination between Loveless and Isn't Anything. Yes!!

Uh, wouldn't it have to? Only 2 albums KS/MBV made wink.gif
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PJ Harvey - Good Fortune (Australian single)

Includes 3 b-sides that are as good or better than at least a few of the songs which made it onto the album, SFTC, SFTS. And I am far from alone in that sentiment.

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Lilacs & Champagne - S/T
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French Kicks-Swimming

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Hum-Downward is Heavenward

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Discordance Axis - The Inalienable Dreamless
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now...



Corrupted - Llenandose de Gusanos
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Steel Pulse -- True Democracy.

Bought this new on LP in 1983 after seeing these guys at a reggae festival in Paris. They're the real deal.
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Lonnie Smith Trio - Purple Haze

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Not Bob's best (but "Buffalo Soldier" is a great song), but great artwork on the cover. Steel Pulse never released any better studio album than True Democracy. It's a reggae classic.

Listening to this at the moment. Interesting.

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Dubber Side of the Moon. It rounds out my collection of 11 or so versions of DSOTM from Floyd and the Stardeath and Flaming Lips cover.
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one of my favorites...

Boris - Amplifier Worship
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John Coltrane-My Favorite Things

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