1 Aug 2011, 17:01 by Glukoz
20 Feb 2010, 07:32 by Khanatist? ..
What is THAT supposed to mean, again?
Hear, hear. Not only did that Khanatist guy not even bother to come up with a proper Top 50 year list, as he traditionally used to all the years before - well, how could you, if all you scrobble in one goddamn year is the latest fail in the wobbling excuse for a genre called dubstep - he also missed the deadline for decade lists by WEEKS and now tries to hand one in later with the obviousness of an obvious troll! Hell, the 10's are almost over, I gotta be kidding, right?
This wasn't easy for me. I've done this list thing before, more than once, and have my music sorted pretty well (pedantically, actually); no, I had to struggle with something else.
It's just so deeply emotionally affecting.
My active passion for music started in the year 2000, or at least my attempts to look beyond the things which get played on the radio and on TV. (There were milestones before; I could drop names such as Kate Bush…
14 Apr 2009, 19:30 by punxtr1.How did you get into 29? (Melvins)
2. What's the first song you ever heard by 22? (Tin Hat)
The Longest Night
3. What's your favorite lyric by 33? (The Stupid Stupid Henchmen)
4. How did you get into 49? (James Plotkin)
5. How many albums by 13 do you own? (Faun Fables)
6. What is your favorite song by 50? (Khlyst)
7. Is there a song by 39 that makes you sad? (Boredoms)
8. What is your favorite song by 15? (The Book Of Knots)
The Ballad of John Henry. Tension bass ftw!
9. What is your favorite song by 5? (Dysrhythmia)
10. Is there a song by 6 that makes you happy? (The Dillinger Escape Plan)
11. What is the worst song by 40? (Jarboe)
The House of Void (Visceral Mix)
12. What is your favorite song by 10? (Atomsmasher)
13. What is a good memory you have involving 30? (Metallica)
Bonding with my father.
14. What is your favorite song by 38? (B-Squad)
22 Jan 2007, 11:18 by bluebomber1313THIS LIST IS NO LONGER ACCURATE. It will remain in it's current state forever as a reminder of the time when I had this many CDs, but the fact of the matter is, most of these albums SUCK and I was either too young to realize it, or just simply in denial. So I sold them.
This is simply me masturbating to how many CDs I physically own and making an online list of them and updating it constantly as well as the number of CDs I own. Feel free to leave comments of awe or disgust. I don't really care. I own a lot of CDs and I'm dang proud.
500th CD: We Are Scientists - Crap Attack: June 19th, 2007 (Special thanks to Snack.)
1000th CD: The Get Up Kids - Something to Write Home About (Special thanks to Blunt.)
Total # of CDs PHYSICALLY owned (Not downloaded or burned, folks.): 1055
!!! - Louden Up Now
!!! - Myth Takes
1208 - Turn of the Screw
1905 - Voice
22-20s - 22-20s
30 Seconds to Mars - A Beautiful Lie
65daysofstatic - The Fall of Math
65daysofstatic - One Time for All Time
12 Aug 2006, 15:48 by ReallyBadReverbFixed Income - DJ Shadow
Free Radicals - The Flaming Lips
Zimbabwe - Phantomsmasher
Is There Anybody Here That Love My Jesus - Medeski, Martin and Wood
Chidori - Zumi-Kai Original Instrumental Group
The Bloat - The Melvins
Joy and Jubilee - Bonnie "Prince" Billy
Fresh Meat - Human is Filth
Spoony Bill - Calbert Walker
Meltdown - Clint Mansell featuring Kronos Quartet
Lonely Woman - Ornette Coleman
Lipstick - The Buzzcocks
Split Myself In Two - Meat Puppets
Pier Paolo - Blonde Redhead
Man's Temptation - Mike Bloomfield, Al Kooper and Steve Stills
Counselor Eleven - Fetish Chicken
God Bows to Math - The Minutemen
Body in a River - David Byrne
Sabotage - Papa M
June - Trans AM
Fairytale In the Supermarket - The Raincoats
Star Ring - Trance Cult Riot
Faraway - Sleater-Kinney
Captain - HARRIS
11 Jun 2006, 12:29 by andy_taylorHello, i'm doing a lot of typing today to try and forget that my hayfever is really really bad.
Phantomsmasher is mainly James Plotkin from Khanate, Old and a billion other bands. He plays guitar and bass and makes noises while also messing around with Dave Witte's mad drumming and DJ Speedranch's youcanjustabouttellthattheyare vocals. The results are amazing. Loads of styles from death metal to post rock are all somehow mashed together totally seamlessly and it has loads of soul. If you don't happen to be a fan of blast beats just keep listening to the mp3. It's just beautiful music. Fans of the noisier Mogwai stuff would also probably like this. Plus there is definitely an excerpt of the Teletubbies theme in the middle.
The Southern website describes it as "a bit like Aphex Twin decimating Don Caballero. In a grinder." As usual though comparisons and words don't do it justice. …
20 Jan 2006, 10:53 by monasGenrelessimo (19/01/06) - Too Many Apples. They say an apple-a-day keeps the doctor-a-way... 3 or more though in sucession is a bit weird, and may require the doctor's swift return. This teaches us all a valuable lesson about apples.
At the Drive-In - Enfilade
Front Line Assembly - Modus Operandi
PTP - Favorite Things
Quit Your Day Job - Freaks Are Out
Rico - Attack Me
Babybird - The F Word
The Beegees - Night Fever
Farmers Market - Tails Of The Unexpected
Super Furry Animals - (Drawing) Rings Around The World
Phantomsmasher - The Pelvic Thrust
Cheese Cake Truck - This Lonely Planet
Time: ~44 Hours
Unique Tracks: 566
Avg Track Length: 4:19