Albums I listened to from beginning to end (February 2012)

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Feb 29 2012, 18:36

Le Voyage dans la Lune
by Air



Goo
by Sonic Youth



It's Forever, Kids
by Futurecop!



Velveteen
by Transvision Vamp



Dead Air
by Mordant Music



Elemental Part Four: Iris
by Demdike Stare



The Lexicon Of Love
by ABC



Clayton's Hideout
by am-boy



The Last Flowers From The Darkness
by Mark Van Hoen



Bad Luck Streak in Dancing School
by Warren Zevon



Blood, Looms & Blooms
by Leila



Hand Cranked
by Bibio



Acid Washed
by Acid Washed



Newbuild
by 808 State



Quadrastate
by 808 State



When I Was A Boy
by Jane Siberry



The Pavilion Of Dreams
by Harold Budd



No One Can Ever Know
by The Twilight Sad



Scott 3
by Scott Walker



By The Throat
by Ben Frost



vol. 8
by Odd Nosdam



Top Gun
by Harold Faltermeyer & Various Artists



Ariettes Oubliées...
by Les Discrets



Hitori + Kaiso 1998-2001
by Casino Versus Japan



We Will Always Be
by Windy & Carl



Canto Arquipélago
by Dolphins Into the Future



Seance
by The Church



(Who's Afraid Of) The Art Of Noise?
by Art of Noise



Cupid & Psyche 85
by Scritti Politti



Astro Cat Disco
by Legowelt



Plan 9... Meat Your Hypnotis
by Odd Nosdam



Welcome To The Pleasuredome
by Frankie Goes to Hollywood



Sabresonic
by The Sabres of Paradise



Erm
by Balago



Serena-Maneesh
by Serena-Maneesh



The Search
by Dougie MacLean



Pleasure Victim
by Berlin



Of Dreams Forgotten and Fables Untold
by The Moon and the Nightspirit



Sounds Of The Satellites
by Laika



Acupuncture
by Doldrums



Blood Sugar Sex Magik
by Red Hot Chili Peppers



And Now the Rain Sounds Like Life Is Falling Down Through It
by Roy Montgomery



I Will Set You Free
by Barry Adamson



Shock of Daylight
by The Sound



Heads and Hearts
by The Sound



The Golden Years (Old Cheese and Asparagus)
by Unit Moebius



Plastic Orchestra
by Global Goon



Wings Of Joy
by Cranes



Opus At The End Of Everything
by The Flashbulb



Egyptian Wrinkle
by Boy Friend



Haunted Dancehall
by The Sabres of Paradise



Acid Bath
by Alien Sex Fiend



Sleep Paralysis
by Ekca Liena



Blade Runner: Esper Edition
by Vangelis



Who's Next
by The Who



Split EP
by casino versus japan | Freescha



Third Wave
by The Telescopes



The Slideshow Effect
by Memoryhouse



Since the Accident
by Severed Heads



Melt
by Young Magic



Lixiviation
by Suzanne Ciani



The Ballasted Orchestra
by Stars of the Lid



Hey Let Loose Your Love
by The Focus Group



Silver Apples of the Moon
by Laika



Heaven Is Waiting
by The Danse Society



One Second of Love
by Nite Jewel



Christmas Lights
by Freescha



Diminuendo
by Lowlife



Medea
by Sex Gang Children



Pretend Not To Love
by Tigercity



Cerebro Spin
by Melodium



Geidi Primes
by Grimes



Lifeforms
by The Future Sound of London



Maneuvering the Nocturnal Hum
by Stars of the Lid



The Sky Is Filled With Incredible Wishes
by Sean McCann



Ghostory
by School of Seven Bells



Ösforrás
by The Moon and the Nightspirit



Past Is Prologue
by Tycho



Darkbloom
by Grimes & D'Eon



Superman: The Movie
by John Williams



Damage
by David Sylvian & Robert Fripp



Life's Too Good
by The Sugarcubes



Graceland
by Paul Simon



Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space
by Spiritualized



Incunabula
by Autechre



Ashes
by Christian Death



Glam
by Mouse on Mars



A Web Of Sound
by The Seeds



Future
by The Seeds



Looking for Snags
by Disjecta



Stanze
by Ludovico Einaudi



Brainstorm
by Steve Moore



The Weed Tree
by Espers



Sleepwalkers
by David Sylvian



1965
by Afghan Whigs



This Is the Ice Age
by Martha And The Muffins



Central Reservation
by Beth Orton



La Tragédie d'Oreste et Électre
by Cranes



Toward The Low Sun
by Dirty Three



Only Life
by The Feelies



Blue Jam
by Chris Morris



I See a Darkness
by Bonnie 'Prince' Billy



Playing With Time
by Mark Van Hoen



154
by Wire



Orbital Express
by Cruise Family



Scenes From the South Island
by Roy Montgomery



Blank Generation
by Richard Hell and the Voidoids



The Willows
by Belbury Poly



The Belbury Tales
by Belbury Poly



A Box Painted Black
by Paper Dollhouse



Strange Cargo 4: Hinterland
by William Orbit



Palinopsia
by d'Eon



Paradise Disowned
by Lustmord



Parastrophics
by Mouse on Mars



Anagram Jam
by Tandy Love & Mad Smooth



Melodies From Mars
by Aphex Twin



The Séance At Hobs Lane
by Mount Vernon Arts Lab



Paul's Boutique
by Beastie Boys



Making Bones
by Red Snapper



Protection
by Massive Attack



All About Eve
by All About Eve



Scary Monsters
by David Bowie



Opera Sauvage
by Vangelis



Hex
by Bark Psychosis



16 Lovers Lane
by The Go-Betweens



The Door Into Summer
by Ex Reverie



Frequencies
by LFO



New Clouds
by White Rainbow



The Golden Age Of Wireless
by Thomas Dolby



Kairos
by White Hinterland



Vibrant New Age
by Psychic Reality



Minor White
by Emma Tricca



Tales of Ephidrina
by Amorphous Androgynous



I Love You, It’s Cool
by Bear in Heaven



Piano Solos
by Dustin O'Halloran



Laughing Stock
by Talk Talk



Songs from the Big Chair
by Tears for Fears



The Something Rain
by Tindersticks



Naked
by Sex Gang Children


Journey Through Astral Projection
by Expo '70

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