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Giuseppe Zangara
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I got my income tax return yesterday, so I went ahead and picked up Fun House. Fuck. Yes.
Flyboy
Nevermortal
Red Hot Thumbtack In The Eye

Nighthawk
Giuseppe Zangara
Red Hot Thumbtack In The Eye wins the thread.
Kinetic
I don't think anyone could actually withstand that much glam metal Pantera in one day. However, I think anyone could stare at those album covers for hours on end. That said, I can't deal with getting all those covers, so I'll just list the albums I've listened to today:

Talking Heads- Fear of Music
David Bowie- Aladdin Sane
Prince- Dirty Mind & 1999
John Cale- Fragments From a Rainy Season

That John Cale album isn't recommended, by the way.
Placebo Effect
Both Sugarcults because I saw them in concert doing a mostly acoustic set. It was free, and I had a good time hanging around jailbait, so why not?

Orgy - Candyass too.
Agent of Oblivion
I want the sword-wielding mancat tattooed on my person, I think.

I've listened to only the Dillinger side of a Dillinger/Nora split, because Nora fucking blows.

Also, Frank Zappa-Cheap Thrills to and from work.

IDRM, what's that Mike Patton cd I don't have, and have never seen? Because I'm going to buy it.
spiny norman



What an abnormal selection of albums.
Henry Spencer


Violent Femmes - s/t
Daft Punk - Discovery
The Beatles - Help!

This was yesterday.
ArkhamGlobe
Skywarp!
Weezer -- Weezer (1994) Deluxe Edition
Choken One



Murmuring Beast


Garth

Dynamite Kido
Zorin Industries

Nevermortal
The Winter Of My Discontent


New York Dolls, Coltrane, deathfromabove
Nighthawk
QUOTE(Agent of Oblivion @ Apr 16 2004, 05:44 AM)
IDRM, what's that Mike Patton cd I don't have, and have never seen? Because I'm going to buy it.

That's "Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By" by Lovage, who is better known as Dan the Automator. Yeah, you want that. It's real good.
SamoaRowe
I listened to Ill Nino and Incubus.

and 50 Cent.
Red Hot Thumbtack In The Eye
QUOTE
I don't think anyone could actually withstand that much glam metal Pantera in one day


I Am The Night and Power Metal are two excellent albums that are hard sometimes to classify as glam, because in 99% of cases glam is an insult and these albums seem to have a prevailing dark edge to them. You can tell Phil was starting to take the helm here since it really starts to fill out with more METAL energy. Kinda like Motley Crue from that era, except more speed metally.

They do occasionally slip into 80's decadence but when weighed against the rest of the material it really isn't that bad. With Phillip on vocals and Diamond Darrell plucking riffs that actually make some sense in this musical context it is just fun to listen to.

Metal Magic is one of the worst rock albums I've heard in a very long time though.

Yup.
Dynamite Kido
QUOTE(Nevermortal @ Apr 16 2004, 01:03 PM)

Good choice Nevermortal.......that would be a kick ass album right there.....too bad I personally don't know anyone else that listens to them......
DCMaximo
JebusNassedar
I listen to At The Drive In. That's how I got clued in to Sparta, and Mars Volta. Sparta has fallen off the face of the earth, though, so I guess that doesnt count. Anyways.


(You're better off not asking.)
(It's this CD if anyone doesnt recognize it.)
The Winter Of My Discontent
As a few of you know, I've been digging on the Stooges, and I finally found Raw Power. I bought it.



Man. Its fucking infectious. It makes me want to cook up. I'm in a glorious trance. But its still nowhere near Fun House. Not by a long shot. Penetration is fucking seductive.
Red Baron



Edwin MacPhisto
QUOTE(Mademoiselle Mabry @ Apr 16 2004, 08:04 PM)
As a few of you know, I've been digging on the Stooges, and I finally found Raw Power.  I bought it.



Man.  Its fucking infectious.  It makes me want to cook up.  I'm in a glorious trance.  But its still nowhere near Fun House.  Not by a long shot.  Penetration is fucking seductive.

Yeah. Raw Power is great, but it's a very different vibe than Fun House. Faster, a bit crisper, less I'm-stumbling-around-in-an-alley-with-a-stab-wound.

For me, today:




The new Modest Mouse album, Blonde on Blonde, and The Velvet Underground & Nico.
CanadianChick
QUOTE(redbaron51 @ Apr 16 2004, 04:32 PM)

Love that CD.

Anywho...

Nighthawk

Red Hot Thumbtack In The Eye
Placebo Effect

Zorin Industries


Thats some good shit right there, was listening to it before i went out last night
Giuseppe Zangara



Wire--Send
Bonnie "Prince" Billy--Sings Greatest Palace Music
Prince--Around the World in a Day
Wire--154
ian.






DrainYou42


MissMattitude
I have listened to 'Spiders' by Space, Moody Blue's Greatest Hits, Silverchair's Greatest Hits and 'Welcome To The Monkey House' by The Dandy Warhols
Giuseppe Zangara
(2x)



The Go-Betweens - Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express
The Magnetic Fields - i (currently the frontrunner for biggest disappointment of the year thus far)
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - Let Love In (really good album--one of Cave's best--but that cover is horrible)
Dirty Three - Whatever You Love, You Are
Glenn Branca - The Ascension
Red Hot Thumbtack In The Eye
DCMaximo
ArkhamGlobe


John Cale - Fear
The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
macheteofodin
Dying Fetus - Stop at Nothing

I'm pumping myself up to see them, Suffocation and Malamor on May 18th in Montreal.
Fire and Knives



K.
Derek Bailey


Wire - Pink Flag
Tindersticks - Waiting for the Moon
The Shins - Chutes Too Narrow
Jim O'Rourke - Bad Timing
Talk Talk - The Colour of Spring
Giuseppe Zangara
QUOTE(R2DFooster McSockman @ May 10 2004, 09:39 AM)

This is their fifth best album, meaning it's only really, really good.
OctoberBlood


PLAGIARISM!



Morrissey - Irish Blood, English heart
The Cramps - Off the Bone
Yellow Magic Orchestra - Technodelic
Killing Joke - Killing Joke
Also, Momus' compilation from his time with creation records, Forbidden Software Timemachine.
PLAGIARISM!
QUOTE(David Schwimmer @ May 10 2004, 04:40 PM)
QUOTE(R2DFooster McSockman @ May 10 2004, 09:39 AM)

This is their fifth best album, meaning it's only really, really good.


The best drunken karaoke band ever. Try it.
DCMaximo
Today:


HIM-Greatest Lovesongs Vol 666
Therapy?-Troublegum
OneLineDrawing-The Volunteers
InMe-Overgrown Eden
Liberty 37-God Machine
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