Waffles96

23, Maschio, CanadaUltimo accesso: Luglio 2014

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  • secretjunior

    All your comment said was: "track 818-829?" on the album page for 'Frank Black & The Catholics' Cant think what it means... (See your comment below mine): http://www.last.fm/music/Frank+Black+and+the+Catholics/Frank+Black+and+The+Catholics

    18 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • secretjunior

    What did you mean by tracks 818-829 re: Frank Black & the Catholics?!!

    11 Ago 2011 Rispondi
  • hedgecore87

    damaged was certainly a good record, but i think the best starting point for Black Flag would be "The First Four Years" which is basically everything they recorded with their first three singers. It's "Nervous Breakdown" , "Jealous Again" and some compilation tracks they did.

    20 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • indirt

    i started with damaged for black flag

    20 Lug 2009 Rispondi
  • poppyrocky

    Hi Waffles. Are you still interested in surf rock? I stumbled across Davie Allen in my library and I'd sorta forgotten about him. Might be something you'd like. Might be listed under Davie Allen and the Arrows. It is 60's motorcycle movie music.

    1 Ott 2008 Rispondi
  • poppyrocky

    Noisy pop, that isn't shoegaze, huh? Well, here's some rec's, but I don't know how JAMC they are... If you've already tried these, especially if you tried them and you hate them, forgive me... The Raveonettes, Liars, The Twilight Sad, Shocking Pinks, Autolux (borders on shoegaze) and the noisier Yo La Tengo (like Cherry Chapstick). All of the above make noise, but have up front vocals. And if you can withstand the hype machine and want something pretty damn pop, try Glasvegas. **winces in expectation of being bonked on the head** :) You might also like Wooden Sjhips, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, A Place to Bury Strangers and/or Altlas Sound.

    26 Ago 2008 Rispondi
  • poppyrocky

    Oh yeah, I nearly forgot. I was also going to suggest Man or Astro-Man? for more modern, punked up surf rock. :)

    6 Lug 2008 Rispondi
  • poppyrocky

    Howdy. Don't know if you were turned off the old surf stuff cuz of the production quality or if it is just not quite the thing. If it is the former, check out some of Dick Dale's more recent stuff. He shreds it up and he is classic surf, but the recordings are soooooo much better. Try Tribal Thunder from the 90's. Very Pulp Fiction. :) - The Tea Lady @ MAC

    6 Lug 2008 Rispondi
  • Jharod

    Hello! I believe you should try Spiritualized(which is even fronted by an ex-Spacemen 3 member), The Morning After Girls and maybe Deerhunter ~ MAC

    5 Lug 2008 Rispondi
  • LAST.HQ

    Welcome aboard, Waffles96! Happy listening.

    22 Lug 2007 Rispondi

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