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David Thomas Broughton - It's In There Somewhere
John Fahey - The Dance Of Death & Other Plantation Favourites
Flipper - Generic Flipper
Tortuga - Kings Of Albany
Action Beat - The Noise Band From Bletchley
Os Mutantes - Live At The Barbican CD & DVD (£2!!!!)
Kyuss - Wretch
Lovvers - Think EP
all for £31... that's an average of £3.88 per CD of high quality musics. i love that shop.
i love Vinyl Exchange (Manchester) so so much, it's where i was shopping today. There's nothing better than flicking through greasy fingerprinted plastic sheaths and finding the smokey, water damaged gems within
if you were in the vicinity of the experimental section near the counter you may have seen the little puddle of blood i left on Friday, i done developed the Vigourous Browser's Finger... sharp plastic edges thrust into defenceless cuticles in the act of speed-shuffling.
somewhere around 20 sleeves per second. Not really feeling it at the moment, but i'm sure i'll be sorry in the morning
but I used to bleed at Vinyl Exchange too. I had little scratches on the outside of my hands the entire time I was in Manchester. I bet there's still huge chunks of my skin on those 50000 Soledad Brothers cds that nobody buys.
How much did Flipper cost you? I really want the re-issues, but everywhere is selling them for £18 or more. Which is fucking ridiculous, quite frankly.
That Action Beat album is also really incredible - I hadn't really realised until a week or two ago. I've been playing it really reguarly. Wretch is pretty weak for Kyuss unfortunately :(
and Wretch is a bit poor i know but it completes the collection so whadyagonnado. not had a proper listen to the Action Beat as of yet... i'm finding it difficult to stop spinning the John Fahey record. him' some special fingers.
you really are some sort of incredible person
Buraka Som Sistem - Black Diamond
Isaac Hayes - Shaft
E.S.T. - Live in Hamburg
Distance - Repercussions
Charlie Hunter - s/t
Enablers - Tundra
Heavy Hands - Smoke Signals
Cornelius - Point
Espers - s/t
Fennesz - Endless Summer
Boredoms - Super Ae
Rahsaan Roland Kirk - The Inflated Tear
Portico Quartet - Knee-Deep in the North Sea
13th Floor Elevators - The Psychedelic Sounds of / Elevators Live!
Shitmat - Full English Breakfest
Tower of Power - What is Hip?
The Dragons - BFI
DJ Scotch Egg - Scotch Hausen
Wayne Shorter - Juju
Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
Tangerine Dream - Force Majeure
Black Moth Super Rainbow - Eating Us
Amon Duul II - Wolf City
Pat Metheny Group - Still Life (Talking)
I also got this Apparat and wotsit record, the labelling aint very helpful. Anyway, not a single penny spent - this was all from trading in some old shit i'm never going to listen to again. You know, Animal Collective and stuff. Fair deal if you ask me
Did that man with the moustache look like he wanted to kill you when you brought the old pile in? That's what he used to do to me. Once he told me to get out of the shop
he took them all, not even turning away the ones he had no possible chance of selling. He even took Brick by Brick by Iggy Pop ferchrissakes! I try to palm it off on him every time i go in and every time i get violently rebuked.. but not yesterday
He did seem to have mood swings. People buy Iggy Pop albums though! I certainly did. Eventually you get to the point where you realise he can only do three good songs an album and stop doing it. IME (in my experience). I hear that one has Slash on it. How could it possibly fail?
it's got a cringe inducing 90s pop sheen
it's got a song called Butt Town
Agreed about Iggy though.. even his good solo albums aren't great
Did you see James Williamson is going to play with him and the Stooge that isn't dead again. Look at him now
ROCK AND ROLL
I would probably still go and see them but the guy seems to be a very rich businessman maybe he will do an awful job
it's going to be unequivocally brilliant. trust.
he really does look like a politician now. One of the bad ones though, with a coke habit and a mistress on the side
Maybe i'll plug in my record player and listen to Kill City..
You've got at least 5 great albums there.
which 5 eh?
Can't believe you didn't have the Clipse before tbh. A g like you shoulda been all over that shit.
had it on download before, now i got it for cheap
Nice! I only have "Rip..." but its awesome. He's released so many records. Do you have any others? Is The Inflated Tear a good one to go with next? I fear this is going to get buried, but I'm going to try anyway.
the only other one i've got is Blacknuss, which is mostly covers of soul and jazz hits tackled in his personal style (My Girl, Mercy Mercy Me etc). Brilliant album actually, some amazing playing and a cool vibe throughout. I'm really liking that style of jazz at the moment, funk and soul fusion with a 70s rock edge to it and a strong sense of purpose. Rahsaan plays with some serious passion and it's all totally groovy
after hearing him back on the radio again for the first time in ages its a cracker. It's kind of subtle mind and doesnt do anything to drastic but the production levels are well high, plus the bass weight is rediculess.
it's a handwritten promo CD though.. i like to think it was Distance himself who did the scrawling
more likley it was the planet mu promo guy who has already sent me like 5 mu albums this year already!
Latest being a retrospective of hardcore / jungle from 92-94 from Bizzy B.
i got a Hudson Mohawke EP through the post as well today... i didn't pay for it so i dunno what's going on with that. shit is tight though and other urban things.
I have to go easy on it though if I'm nto in the right mood I find it a bit toy town / chipmunk infused... but on the whole its wicked.
the fella is prolific too, an album on the way, one already out which is a collaberation and another EP dropping soon with a lass on vocals.
Stars of the lid
field music - tones of town
fabriclive 33 - spank rock
plaid - not for threes
suede - suede/dog man star
teenage fanclub - grand prix/songs from northern britain
beastie boys - solid gold hits
beastie boys - to the 5 boroughs
death cab - transatlanticism
justice - a cross the universe cd/dvd with booklet
fuck buttons - street horrsing
all were 2 quid apart from death cab and justice at 5 quid and fuck buttons at 7 quid.
music and video exchange: gy!be - f#a#00 £4
revival records: annuals - big zeus and surrounded - the nautilus years £1 each
sounds of the universe - martyn - great lengths £7
then i went to see worriedaboutsatan at RoTa. All in all a good day.
all were 3 quid apart from death cab a
all were 3 quid* and get rid of the last line, dunno how that got there.
and got it for £3!
I think that was on Wednesday though...
Which fopp was it? The one just at Shaftesbury Av?
they had loads, but had obviously marked it up to a fiver. i'm not complaining like, it was 20 quid in hmv
and the first Suicide album (well, I ordered them off the internet).
Before then, the new Sunn O))) and Big Business records.
It comes with a second disc of live tracks and the infamous 23 Minutes Over Brussels performance.
I finally decided I needed to get it after hearing "Frankie Teardrop" all those times at ATP.
BB's new one is a bit sketchy though.
HELL FUCKING YES
Charity Shop vinyl.......
Stevie Wonder- Greatest Hits
Patsy Cline - Hits
Prince- Purple Rain
Kate Bush - The Whole Story
Human League - Dare
Art Garfunkel - Fate for Breakfast
James Taylor - Greatest Hits
Jarvis Cocker- Further Complications
The National - s/t
The Acorn- Tin Fist
Dirty Three - Whatever You Love, You Are
Mouse on Mars - Autoditacker
The Congos -Heart Of The Congos
Earth, Wind & FIre - I am
JEAN MICHEL JARRE -Equinoxe
Grails - Doomsdayer's Holiday
The Night Marchers - See You In Magic
Wolves in the Throne Room - Black Cascade
Bad Brains - Banned in DC Bad Brains Greatest Riffs
A Hawk and a Hacksaw - The Way The Wind Blows
But I did have a dream that i actually received my copy of Songs from the Films of David Lynch last night :/
MSP- Journal for Plague Lovers
Mars Volta- Octahedron
Sonic Youth- The Eternal
Future of Left- Travels With Myself and Another
That's it really.
wish i had some more money to spend at the moment.
Only thing I got this weekend was the Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds Rarities and b-sides set...
Jarvis Cocker - Further Complications - inevitably disappointing. one real shocker, a few alright songs. 6/10
Defiance, Ohio - The Great Depression - excellent folk-punk 9/10
Paul Baribeau - Grand Ledge - punky singer/songwriter a bit ramshackle sounding but plenty of heart 7-8/10
after i saw him in norwhich
Novellor - (guitarist women out of parts and labour)
Lee Ranaldo - countless centuries fled in to the distance like so many storms
Sunn O))) obv.
I picked up the new Phoenix and the new Cause Co-Motion EP on vinyl, the sleeves on the CCM record are hand painted and all different. And I also got the Clues CD.
Broadcast - The Future Crayon
Blue Roses - Blue Roses
Electrelane - Singles, B-Sides & Live
Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest
Fucked Up - Chemistry of Common Life
Jason Lytle - Yours Truly The Computer
Grizzy Bear - Veckatimest
Conor Oberst & The Mystic Valley Band - Outter South
A Hawk & A Hawksaw - Delivrance
but this afternoon my emusic refreshed, so I've got:
Amesoeurs - s/t
Anaal Nathrakh - The Codex Necro
The Axis Of Perdition - Deleted Scenes From The Transition Hospital
Blut Aus Nord - MoRT
Caina - Temporary Antennae
ColdWorld - Melancholie2
Fen - The Malediction Fields
Hey Colossus - Happy Birthday
Necronoclast - Haven
Prurient - And Still, Wanting
Pulsefear - Perichoresis
Servile Sect - Stratospheric Passenger
A (un)healthy dose of industrial Black Metal there, lots of it recommended by GoatMeatMF.
In the unlikely event of Amazon getting their shit together I could have Khanate's Clean Hands Go Foul tomorrow, but I'm not optimistic. The stuff above should keep me busy for a while anyway.
This band called There Will Be Fireworks, heard about them for a while and seen that Rich on TLOBF had the album and emailed them to ask to get it to review it, and it's F***ING AMAZING. Don't want to sound like a Jag but I'm really championing this band kinda like Explosions in the Sky meets any number of Scottish bands. Self releasing their album I believe. Top notch.
whats that Jason Lytle album like?
Tom Waits - Mule Variations
The Birthday Party - The Bad Seed E.P. (again... bastards keep stealing it)
The Sonics - Psycho-sonic
and I got a Doors DVD.
Cutting edge, yeah?