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All this Life Without Buildings talk forced me to look into the pile and put it on
for the first time in years, it's such a classic record.
thanks to the feeder thread.... ahhh. still knew all the lyrics.
I'm cranking spiderland by slint and 'nation of millions' by public enemy.... great stuff!!!!!
Life Without Buildings are toooo good!!! I wish they would do something again.
possibly one of my favourite albums of all time..
It's fucking incredible.
background music. lyrics.lyrics.lyrics.
I love this album, i should listen to it daily rather that once ever couple of months.
Kind of forgotten about them since Puzzle so renewing the love has been fun.
and also dug out a couple of Cosmic Rough Riders recoords 'Too Close to See Far' and the one before that whatever its called.
That album is one of my favourites :-)
The old album I'm dusting up at the moment is Nico's 'The Marble Index' ... beautiful genius ... I feel bad enjoying her so much after hearing she was such a massive racist :-(
I was listening to this on my ipod on the way to work this morning, I never realised how LOUD this album is. Why did they have to break up?!
Only their Greatest Hits
Willy and the Poor Boys a lot at the moment. It's brill.
has been getting a pounding from me recently
has been played quite a lot in the last week or so. Moving house is good for unearthing stuff in your own lp collection that you'd sort of forgotten about for no real reason.
Temple of the dog - s/t
Classic grunge album.
the 1983 classic electro mix :) makes me smile loads. Wikki Wikki Wikki Wikki!
or Aphex Twin selected ambiant works 85-92.... on sundays I whip out Love Forever Changes... but I have been listning to a hell of alot of new stuff recently.
Sister by Sonic Youth after it was found after months of being lost earlier today.
In a suitcase.
I'm currently giving Salt and Pepa's "A Salt With a Deadly Pepa" a good rinsing, it's ace. That and Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' which has way more songs on it that I know than I expected.
it was fun
but I’ve been listening to a lot of Johnny Cash this past couple of days, and heard his version of “It Ain’t Me, Babe” for the first time this morning. <3
by Eric B. & Rakim is awesome in it's simplicity- a beat, a bassline and the greatest MC what ever lived.
The Sight Of You, on that Barging Into The Presence Of God EP.
i been listening to the 5 min version of 'Half Life Remembered' by Pale Saints.
And 'Clear Skin' by Insides.
Yoshimi battles the pink Robots, always reminds me of doing my A-levels