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23 May 2012, 21:05 by RoryGGAlien Lanes - Guided by Voices
Neu! - Neu!
Os Mutantes - Os Mutantes
Exile on Main Street - The Rolling Stones
Live from a Shark Cage - Papa M
Yhä hämärää - Paavoharju
Slanted & Enchanted - Pavement
Music for 18 Musicians - Steve Reich
Replica - Oneohtrix Point Never
Loveless - My Bloody Valentine
American Water - Silver Jews
Sunflower - The Beach Boys
Palmless Prayer / Mass Murder Refrain - Mono & World's End Girlfriend
Glow, Pt. 2 - The Microphones
Tubular Bells - Mike Oldfield
Madvillainy - Madvillain
Future Days - Can
Faust - Faust
On the Beach - Neil Young
Electro-Shock Blues - Eels
Revolver - The Beatles
Dr. Octagonecologyst - Dr. Octagon
Either/Or - Elliott Smith
Screamadelica - Primal Scream
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot - Wilco
Not Available - The Residents
Remain in Light - Talking Heads
Since I Left You - The Avalanches
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
The Parable of Arable Land - The Red Krayola
Soundtracks For The Blind - Swans
4 Jan 2011, 21:11 by rattlebagNext month will see the second LP group listening session on Twitter. This month's theme is "Debut."
This will involve several people listening to the same album on Twitter at the same time and discussing it whilst doing so. Voting is currently ongoing in order to work out what we are going to discuss.
Everyone is welcome to both vote and participate!
February's listening session is 9pm Sunday Feb 6th 2011
Send four votes to @coleser from the list before 10pm Friday 7th Jan 2011.. The number only will do. Please send a Direct Message rather than a Mention.
The hastag from the group is #lpgroup
The only change from last month is you are unable to vote for an album you nominated.
Here is the long list.
3-Art Brut–Bang Bang Rock And Roll
5-Badly Drawn Boy–Hour of Bewilderbeast
6-The Band–Music From Big Pink
8-The Clash–The Clash
24 Sep 2010, 07:20 by MetalSabe
24 Sep 2010, 07:19 by MetalSabe
19 Sep 2010, 22:18 by HendrixFan42Sat 18 Sep – Pavement, Jenny and Johnny
The title might be a hyperbole, but seeing Pavement, the band that defined high school for me (along with the Replacements), but broke up before I even know who they were, was the day I've waited for all year. And it did not disappoint at all, with Pavement delivering an epic, high energy 28 song set that touched on the vast majority of their albums, except for their final Terror Twilight which was barely represented. Their trendsetting debut Slanted & Enchanted was most represented, but the shaky lo fi of that album was replaced with the sound of masters of live music, polished but far from slick, and truly exhilarating. The band had great stage presence, SM's voice was great, and seeing such songs as Stop Breathin', We Dance and Shoot the Singer live were simply unforgettable moments. By the time the band ended their second encore with Here, with the song's chorus of "Everything is ending here" finally turned into the power ballad it was always poised to be…
13 Jul 2010, 00:27 by Trent_Reed
13 Jul 2010, 00:24 by Trent_Reed
13 Feb 2010, 02:23 by ZeppledelinPerhaps not intentional, but Jimbobbins' late comment on my age-old list of debut albums made me realize how long it has been since my last journal post. Thanks for the much-needed inspiration. So, here’s another go at it, not only because I felt the old list needed an update, but also since I still have an affinity toward the unadulterated sincerity of debut albums. Let’s do a top 30 this time, shall we?
30. Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
The old school has a tendency to grow tedious; their innovations not so apparent anymore, but at least some of them retain their awesomeness. In this case it is possibly a matter of never being revolutionary, rather rock solid, wrapping together the best parts of their gangsta roots and adding a pleasant, if not entirely dead serious Eastern mysticism to the mix. And they did have humor, an incredible flow, personality and coolness, and the Wu-Tang definitely weren’t nothing to fuck with.