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  • Jmanlikescake

    I've heard Ys, but I'll be sure to check out her other stuff. Thanks

    Ieri 18:21 Rispondi
  • Jmanlikescake

    Nice taste dude, care to give me a rec

    Ieri 19:49 Rispondi
  • jcivit1

    I like "51st state of america" alot

    23 Mag 1:35 Rispondi
  • jcivit1

    Leichenschrei is next on my list. I kinda like the drum machines, I like the really percussive martial side of industrial, stuff like test dept.

    22 Mag 22:43 Rispondi
  • jcivit1

    yeah, I've been dabbling in the genre off and on for the last few years but I listened to scatology recetly and decided that I should check it out more in depth

    22 Mag 22:31 Rispondi
  • jcivit1

    nice taste man, other than Einstürzende Neubauten what Industrial do you like?

    22 Mag 21:42 Rispondi
  • ladystarrdust

    no doubt it will. let me know how it is if you get to it before I do. I have it packed up somewhere, just gotta find my copy

    17 Mag 23:41 Rispondi
  • ladystarrdust

    Yooooo I wish I could tell you but I'm a failure as a fan and haven't gotten to that one yet. You should definitely read it though

    17 Mag 18:55 Rispondi
  • motih

    yes, it's nice

    17 Mag 17:49 Rispondi
  • motih

    neat van dyke parks

    14 Mag 23:09 Rispondi
  • Cruddybluds

    Yeah, the original Lumpy Gravy was all instrumental. There are rips of the Capitol test pressing which were in circulation long before the Lumpy Money release, although LM obviously has better sound quality. Overall it's a good set, but I think the documentarian aspect (i.e.: let's tell the "full story" of these records) is responsible for it being merely good rather than great, which it easily could have been. The '84 remixes were just bloat, imo.

    31 Mar 19:43 Rispondi
  • Cruddybluds

    The '84 remixes have overdubbed drums and bass courtesy of Chad Wackerman and Arthur Barrow respectively. I'm glad these aren't the ones we're stuck with because, as you quite rightly say, they suck. I mean, they're interesting as a curiosity, but like the original mix of You Are What You Is, it's a classic case of "what the fuck were you thinking, 1980s Zappa?!"

    28 Mar 22:57 Rispondi
  • NachoHombre

    >2013 >Listening to meme rock >Shiggy diggy doo

    30 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • KreativE535

    it was weird. more cohesive than their previous albums, like they actually tried to write songs, rather than just hit instruments with hammers. kinda reminds me of heccra if youve listened to that. pretty good though and a really tight neat package of pumped up noise rock.

    19 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • KreativE535

    the greatest art form is music in album format though

    19 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • KreativE535

    >not listening to whole albums - rofl

    19 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • tyranitart

    im starting to get soul

    8 Ott 2013 Rispondi
  • Cruddybluds

    Daphnis et Chloe is widely regarded as his masterpiece. There are several good recordings, Boulez, Munch and Abbado probably the most famous, but my favourite is Monteux. It's a pretty old recording, but there has been a more recent clean up and once your ears are used to the lingering crackle it's just too beautiful.

    12 Set 2013 Rispondi
  • Cruddybluds

    Well, feel free to ask me if you're looking for any late-romantic/modern stuff, I have a pretty sizeable collection of Mahler, Webern, Ravel, Scriabin and others.

    11 Set 2013 Rispondi
  • Cruddybluds

    You're welcome! You listen to some pretty cool stuff bro.

    10 Set 2013 Rispondi
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