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    Wink Hey it's Tuesday what you been listening to

    Here’s my listening fest stacked up by the player over the last week or so (actually it's a bit longer than a week) quite a few for me...

    Kings of Leon – Aha Shake Heartbreak
    Ash - Meltdown
    Ray Lamontagne – Trouble
    Tweaker – 2 am Wake Up Call
    On Air – Library
    American Music Club – Mercury
    Jim White – Drill A Hole…
    Court and Spark - Witch Season
    Pinback - Summer in Abaddon
    Razorlight - Up All Night
    The Ordinary Boys - Over The Counter Culture
    The Legends - Up Against The Legends
    Mylo – Destroy Rock and Roll
    Royksopp – Melody AM
    Lali Puna – Faking The Books
    Guster – Keep It Together and Goldfly
    Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism
    Ella Guru – Ella Guru
    The National – The National
    Josh Rouse - 1972
    Dzihan and Kamien – Freaks and Icons
    Suzuki - Tosca
    Scud Mountain Boys – Massachusetts
    Mark Lanegan – Bubblegum
    The Earlies – Theses Were The Earlies
    Micah P Hinson – The Gospel of Progress
    Aqualung – Still Life
    Reindeer Section – Son Of Evil Reindeer
    Kate Rusby – Underneath The Stars
    Snow Patrol – Final Straw
    The Libertines – The Libertines
    Be Good Tanyas - Chinatown

    Oh and a few comps as well

    Johnny Cash – Solitary Man
    The Smiths – Best Of
    Thin Lizzy – Best Of
    Dinosaur Rock - comp

    Cheers
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    Hmmm, Let me think..........

    The Beatles - Rubber Soul (UK Mono)
    The Beatles - Revolver (UK Mono)
    Big Sugar - Hit & Run (Disc 1)
    Big Sugar - Brothers and Sisters Are You Ready
    Enuff Z'Nuff - ?
    Stephen Pearcy - Fueler
    Harem Scarem - Higher
    Bret Michaels - Songs Of Life
    Adam Ant - Growing Older (Comp)
    David Bowie - Heathen
    Brian Setzer 68 Comeback Special - Ignition
    Brian Setzer - Nitro Burnin' Funny Daddy
    Tesla - into The Now
    Brides Of Destruction - Here Come The Brides

    I think that's it.....plus a few Beatlegs.

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    A Flock of Seagulls - Listen. New reissue on seedee, pretty good.

    Rick Derringer - If I wern't so romantic I'd shoot you - new reissue seedee, excellent.

    Bunny Wailer - Sings the Wailers - ya mon.

    Yes - Relayer (I hate that cha-cha-cha crap in the 1 song, other than that pretty good album)

    Deep Purple - Banannas - new title w/ Don Airey on keys, good.

    Uriah Heep - Look at Yourself - Hmmm. I used to adore this one but it sure is dated sounding, maybe I need the remaster...

    Steve Hackett- Defector - good.

    The Fixx - Happy landings and lost tracks - pretty good.

    Monty Python - Holy Grail thingy. Hilarious.

    Also watched some Rush in Rio deeveedee, the new Crim deeveedee, and some Deep Purple Live in Australia deeveedee.

    Dave

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    Doors - LA Woman DVD-A
    Police - Every breath you take Classics SACD Hybrid
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    Spent 5 hours Saturday at C.E.S.'s T.H.E.Show listening to a bunch of different music on some of the most amazing gear on the planet. On the way out, went into the cd/lp sales area- could have dropped a grand really quick, but behaved myself with only these purchases:

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    MoFi Ultradisk of Sonny Tery & Brownie McGhee's Sonny & Terry. Excellent.
    Grey DeLisle, The Graceful Ghost- might turn into a system demo disk for me. Gospel-tinged Gothic Americana stuff sung by an angel. She might be a perfect foil to tour with 16 Horsepower.

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    Japanese (Cisco) 180g pressings of Ian & Sylvia's Northern Journey and Four Strong Winds. Quite remarkable sound quality. Wonderful music as well. A little pricey for a skinflint like me, but worth every penny.
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    I've been going wild with my new iPod (it was a Xmas gift). Yes, I know...lossy, compressed music sounds like crap, blah blah blah. I don't care. The portability/convenience factor has been a revelation. I've been playing literally thousands of songs on my office stereo and car stereo, using an FM transmitter attachment. It's slick, easy to use, and puts out a decent signal for this type of toy.

    CDs:
    This morning, I was reassessing The Vines' Winning Days. Months ago, the first couple times I played it, this disc just didn't click with me. Can't really put my finger on why; sorta like they were reaching beyond their grasp(?). Anyway, it clicked for me today. I like an album that takes you from point A to point B in 40 minutes, and this one really does. Glad I gave it another chance.

    Other notable listens:

    The Booty Wallbangers (very tuneful alt-country rock from N. Carolina).
    WXRT "Live From the Archives" Vol. 7...for anyone near the Chicago area, I think this new one is the best in the series.
    Rolling Stones new live disc (forgot the title)...The only decent live recording they've put out since, well, maybe Get Yer Ya-Yas Out.
    Police - Outlandos d'Amor (remaster)...An excellent remastering, well worth getting IMHO.
    Genesis - Seconds Out (remaster)...Classic, but the guitar is still buried in the mix.
    U2 - How to Dismantle...Hook-laden hard pop. There are worse ways to sell out.
    REM - Reveal...Better than the new one.
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    The Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
    Black Flag: Damaged
    The Jam: This Is The Modern World/All Mod Cons
    Big Star: #1 Record/Radio City
    Killing Joke: debut
    King Crimson: Vroom Vroom, Red
    Devin Townsend: Ocean Machine
    The Van Allen Belt: Lactatertots ("Suburban Tiki" and "Two-Four" are SERIOUS earwigs)

    Pantera: Vulgar Display Of Power
    I've actually had this for a while, I bought it prior to Christmas since I didn't have any Pantera in my collection and figured, what the hell. Me likes, though it's not my fave metal album by any means. It's kind of inconsistent, with the first 6 songs and "Hollow" being the standouts and the rest merely so-so. Dimebag's (R.I.P.) guitar playing is excellent. Most thrash bands can't get away with having only one guitarist, but Pantera could.

    Godspeed You Black Emperor!: F#a infinity
    Great, moody post-rock/neo-prog, with some symphonic elements (dig the use of strings). A very different beast from Sigur Ros and Explosions In The Sky, who are my other two post-rock standpoints (not counting Slint and Talk Talk). The great big explosive buildups seem less frequent, and take longer to get there than the aforementioned bands; the real focus seems to be more on texture and atmosphere. "The Dead Flag Blues," with the opening narration, is just about the most depressing thing that's ever graced my ears. "East Hastings" has got the best moment on the entire album (after the drums kick in around 9:00, followed by violin, then building and building in speed to a huge blowout). This is the same track that was featured in the movie 28 Days Later, in the scene where the protagonist is wandering around a dead London (very effective backing).
    "...and then at the end of the letter I like to write <i>'P.S. - this is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.'</i> "


    <b>_R.I.P. Mitch Hedburg 1968-2005_</b>

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    Mastodon - Leviathan
    This probably should be in my top 20, but then I get to drawn out 13-minute, boring song and it gives me justification for not including it. Otherwise, it's a great album.

    Mclusky - The Difference Between Me and You Is that I'm Not On Fire

    Pinback - Summer In Abaddon
    Only one distracted listen so far.

    Manu Chao - Clandestino

    Joanna Newsom - Milk-Eyed Mender
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stone
    Mastodon - Leviathan
    This probably should be in my top 20, but then I get to drawn out 13-minute, boring song and it gives me justification for not including it. Otherwise, it's a great album.
    You're joking, right?

    I love "Hearts Alive." I think it's one of those rare cases where a metal band pulls off the atmospheric epic thing without sounding overdrawn or pretentious. IMO.

    Then again, I remember that you said Isis' Panopticon seemed a bit boring to you, so maybe that makes sense.
    "...and then at the end of the letter I like to write <i>'P.S. - this is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.'</i> "


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    Quote Originally Posted by mad rhetorik
    You're joking, right?

    I love "Hearts Alive." I think it's one of those rare cases where a metal band pulls off the atmospheric epic thing without sounding overdrawn or pretentious. IMO.

    Then again, I remember that you said Isis' Panopticon seemed a bit boring to you, so maybe that makes sense.
    No, no joke. Those kind of songs just lose me after about 5 or 6 minutes, and after that I just think "When is this going to be over?" It's just not my thing, and that's why I don't care for a lot of post-rock stuff either.
    And the world will turn to flowing pink vapor stew.

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    Frameshift - Unweaving The Rainbow. It thought this was released in 2003? If it's a 2004 release then this is definitely in my top 10 for the year.

    Luca Turelli - Prophet Of The Last Eclipse. Rhapsody lead guitarist does the solo thing. Over the top symphonic prog metal. If you like Rhapsody or Symphony X or even some of Arjen Lucasson's Ayreon project material then this is for you.

    Drive-By Truckers - The Dirty South. Pretty darn good southern influenced rock a rolla.

    Uriah Heep - Salisbury. My favorite Heep album.

    AC/DC - '74 Jailbreak. Great album. Say what you will but the Bon Scott era albums from this band kick arse. This is the music I grew up on.

    Jethro Tull - Minstrel In The Gallery
    Jethro Tull - Benefit.
    Cressida - Asylum. Fantastic early seventies British proto-prog.
    King Crimson - Lizard. A very strange album but I'm coming around to it.

    Cat Stevens - Foreigner. Most folks consider Tea For The Tillerman and Teaser And The Firecat to be Cat's seminal albums but I really like Foreigner and prefer it over the previously mentioned albums.

    Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers - The Witch Doctor
    John Coltrane - Coltrane. His first solo album after leaving Miles. Prestige K2 Remaster
    Jaco Pastorius - s/t debut release
    Miles Davis - disc 5 of the Jack Johnson box set.
    Miles Davis - Agharta. Live from Japan 1975. The first set I believe.

    Also played a new classical CD of Rach's Piano Concerto's 3 and 4. I can't remember all the particulars but it was recommended in the Penquin's Guide to classical music. I really enjoy piano (and trumpet) concertos.

    That is all.

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    Budderball- Funny weird poppy punk crap from brother Finch.

    Air- The Virgin Suicides soundtrack- Spacy mostly instru 70's prog homage. Lots of mellotron.

    Helmet of Gnats- Any fan of Dixie Dregs or Brand X would like this big time.

    Echolyn- Cowboy Poems Free- Top-notch post-prog. Deserves to be heard.

    IQ- Darkmatter- I need to play it again, but it sounds like every other IQ album . . .

    Blackfield- S' ok. Some nice hooks. Too short at 36 minutes.

    Talking Heads- Fear of Music- Genius.

    Secret Machines Trancy prog-metal. Terrible recording.

    There was more . . . but I can't remember.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad rhetorik
    The Van Allen Belt: Lactatertots ("Suburban Tiki" and "Two-Four" are SERIOUS earwigs)
    Glad it worked! Most people seem to be earwormed by "Solver".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy
    Glad it worked! Most people seem to be earwormed by "Solver".
    That's a catchy one too. Maybe that'll get stuck in my head next. It's just that "Suburban Tiki" stands out with the repeated chant of the title line and the weird topic matter. I like the female vocals on "Styrofoam" as well.

    I retract my statements regarding any lack of dynamics. There's LOTS going on in all of these songs, which is evident with a serious listen.
    "...and then at the end of the letter I like to write <i>'P.S. - this is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.'</i> "


    <b>_R.I.P. Mitch Hedburg 1968-2005_</b>

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    The Unicorns - Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone
    Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane . . .
    Chuck Prophet - Age of Miracles
    The Arcade Fire - Funeral
    Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
    Ricky Fante - Rewind
    Pink Floyd - Is there Anybody Out There?
    Ricki Lee Jones - It's Like This
    Sufjan Stevens - Greetings from Michigan
    12Rods - Split Personality
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Lyre of Orpheus
    Talking Heads - The Name of This Band is the Talking Heads
    Circulatory System - s/t
    Grateful Dead - The Closing of Winterland

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    Hey this is excellent, new people posting here, c'mon, lets get more posts from these cats! We need exposure to more toonage!

    Shokhead - tell more about the Doors dvd-a disc, how is it?

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad rhetorik
    That's a catchy one too. Maybe that'll get stuck in my head next. It's just that "Suburban Tiki" stands out with the repeated chant of the title line and the weird topic matter. I like the female vocals on "Styrofoam" as well.

    I retract my statements regarding any lack of dynamics. There's LOTS going on in all of these songs, which is evident with a serious listen.
    Wifey will be happy to hear your compliment. Thanks Mad!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivertmc
    The Unicorns - Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone
    Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane . . .
    Chuck Prophet - Age of Miracles
    The Arcade Fire - Funeral
    Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
    Ricky Fante - Rewind
    Pink Floyd - Is there Anybody Out There?
    Ricki Lee Jones - It's Like This
    Sufjan Stevens - Greetings from Michigan
    12Rods - Split Personality
    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Lyre of Orpheus
    Talking Heads - The Name of This Band is the Talking Heads
    Circulatory System - s/t
    Grateful Dead - The Closing of Winterland
    Hey Oliver! Welcome to the board, although I see you've been posting a little bit in the hardware forum. Pretty nice selection of old and new tunes you got spinning lately. Big fan of most of them myself. Been looking forward to a new Circulatory System record. Wonder where it is?

    Me myself and I have mainly been spinning from a small and overlistened to group of CDs lately that includes ...

    Augie March - Strange Bird
    Lali Puna - Faking the Books
    Mark Lanegan Band - Bubblegum
    Stone's 2004 Comp
    David Kilgour - Frozen Orange
    The National - Cherry Tree
    Autolux, etc
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    Yeah Oliver, I dig that 12 Rods disc. Never seen them mentioned here before.

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    Thanks for the gracious welcome. I've been checking out these Tuesday threads for a while now, and figured I might as well join in. It is hard to find people with similar, and just as eclectic, musical taste! Davey, a new Circulatory System would be nice. I got into them by following the Elephant 6 "family tree" from Neutral Milk Hotel. And Troy, the 12Rods disc I picked up on ebay and cannot stop listening to it. Although from what I've read, their subsequent albums aren't as good. Have you heard any?

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    Yeah, I do have one later 12 Rods disc called "Separation Anxieties" that is also good. More pop and accessible. Press didn't like it as much, but I liked it more, actually.

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    Collective Soul - Dosage
    Collective Soul - S/T

    Saw Collective Soul on a New Year's Eve show from Niagara Falls, Ontario and was reminded of how much I used to like this band. Pulled out the old disks and discovered that I still like this band.

    The Trews - House of Ill Fame - I love this CD. They were on the same NYE show.
    Incubus - Make Yourself and Morning View - Thanks to Finch for introducing me to this band. HMV had a bunch of Incubus disks on sale so I picked up these two and also Science, but I haven't cracked that one open yet.
    XTC - Fossil Fuel, The XTC Singles - All the XTC I need on two disks.
    Mark Feldman - S/T - singer/songwriter who was playing in a local restaurant one night. This kid wrote the songs, produced the disk and played all the instruments. An impressive effort with good sound. Think Jack Johnson marries Bob Dylan.
    Finger Eleven - The Grayest of Blue Skies - Thanks go out to Finchy again. I'm not enjoying this as much as their 2004 self-titled release. I need to give it a few more spins.
    Keane - Hopes and Fears - I'm really enjoying this. Justin Hawkins (The Darkness) could learn a thing or two about Falsetto singing from this band. Tom Chaplin's voice is just gorgeous! I just picked up tickets to see them on Feb. 13.
    Boy - Every Page You Turn - Love this retro-pop sound! Great songs. Lots of hooks. This is a fantastic young band. I hope to see them find great success.
    Scissor Sisters - S/T - See my review.
    Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica - I've only given this one spin. I think that I'll end up liking it more than Good News...but I need more spins before making that decision. Over all, I'm not sure that I'll end up buying any more MM. I like the two disks well enough, but they just aren't growing on me the way that I thought they would.

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    Twangophile Stuff

    Mostly Twangophile stuff:

    Jimmie Dale Gilmore - Braver Newer World

    Best of Joe Ely

    The Flatlanders - Wheels Of Fortune

    Guy Clark - Cold Dog Soup

    Townes Van Zandt - A Far Cry From Dead & Last Rites

    JJ Cale - Guitar Man

    John Hiatt - Bring The Family

    Willard Grant Conspiracy (from Mike)

    Brian Wilson - Smile

    Tears for Fears - Everybody Loves a Happy Ending (surprisingly good)


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    Trail of Tears, Profoundemonium -- classic 'beauty and the beast' metal. Excellent.

    Naglfar, Sheol
    Lamb of God, Ashes of the Wake & As The Palaces Burn
    God Forbid, Determination, Gone Forever
    -- heavy blastering metal. Medigs. Fills a need, but does not make the year-end list.

    Chris Connelly, Night of Your Life -- Bowie-esque alterna-crooner tunes. He gets a little silly with the production, but that makes it no less the enjoyable. In the same way that black humour does not make a horror movie into a comedy.

    Stone's Year End Comp tHingy -- only two distracted listens so far -- hey, which one is PopTodd -- is that Destroyer?

    Ulrich Schnauss, A Strangely Isolated Place -- surprisingly good, very poppy for an experimental shoegazery sort of thing going on. Not going to oust Dykehouse, but I did think about adding it to my year end list for a minute.

    Bunnyhug, Like Kissing An Ashtray -- fun electroclash. You gotta love a vocoder line that says something about killing oneself in an upbeat manner.

    Ambeon, Fate of a Dreamer -- meh, not bad, but considering his other projects, I expect better.

    Friends of Dean Martinez, Random Harvest -- this is definitely going on my ever-growing top 20 list, which I think is over 20 at this point. But dang if it ain't perfect.

    ISAN, Meet Next Life -- nice, but a little too...erm...not aggressive enough for me. Don't get me wrong, I like subdued, but I think this is too subtle for me. I could probably safely recommend it to anyone who likes Four Tet.

    Telefon Tel Aviv, Map of What is Effortless -- dang, this is right on the brink of going on my top 20 list. It starts off with a track that puts me in mind of Notwists' Neon Golden, but track two vears off in a completely different (harder, more dancey beats) direction. Serious contender.

    Oneiroid Psychosis, Stillbirth and Dreams (with pollutions when virile) -- no relation to Dreamstillbirth. Some serious experimental industrial from yesteryear (1990's), quite good.

    Lhasa, The Living Road -- really nice world music, needs more listens.

    Voodoo Child (aka Moby), Baby Monkey -- serious background music. Very 'dance'.

    God Lives Underwater, Upoffthefloor -- which is what they got themselves. A comeback. A return to form.

    Seabound, Beyond Flatline -- actually, I think I like No Sleep Demon better. The 'difficult sophomore album', this.

    Blade: Trinity soundtrack -- too hip-hoppity, but again, fills a need.

    Neuropa, Born -- a little too powerballady.

    Client, City some fun indie electroclashy stuff, but no year-end list material.

    Placebo, Taste in Men single -- I <3 Placebo.

    The Wire Tapper 12 -- scratches an itch -- of the experimental variety. Yet does not resonate like I need it to.

    Junior Boys, Last Exit -- louder definitely helps, that funkrevolutionbomb sounds like it's going to go off, especially on the first couple of tracks. But as an album, there's a couple of duds on there that no amount of volume helps, hence it's exclusion off any year-end list written by me.

    Kylie Minogue, Body Language and Fever -- OMG, I forgot how good this years Kylie is, it's definitely going on my year-end list, I don't care how crowded that list is. Every track is a single. Out-Madonnas Madonna. L, after listening to Fever, it out-Kylies Kylie.

    LOTW? Hmm...I don't know, tie between C.C., Telefon Tel Aviv, Ulrich Schnauss and Lhasa. I think ultimately the plaque goes to T.T.A., just because I caught myself playing it a couple times.
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    Smile Short'n'sweet....

    Shadows Fall -- The War Within

    Killswitck Engage - The End of Heartache

    Joni Mitchell -- Hits

    Jim White -- Drill A Hole....

    I'm glad I revisited Joni Mitchell this week -- it's been years since I spun any of her music.
    Note to self: Play more of Joni in the new year.

    That's all foks!!
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