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Since I took back over at the helm of DiS, I've been running this little list of records that didn't get the love and attention they deserved, am curious who you all think should be on this list, this year
it didn't originally as you replied before the thread had fully entered the database. it takes about 2mins for some reason that we can't figure out without totally re-writing the boards and you replied within seconds, hence, vanishing thread. just needs someone to reply once its in the database for it to appear in the feed.
nah, tis my fault for not finding the funds to fix the f'in website
really liking this, reminds me a tiny bit of Sennen. Or somewhere between Hope of the States and Redjetson but a little more pleasant like Wintersleep.
don't think i've seen any threads about it but I genuinely like it as much as their s/t. is wobbly girl lofi not 'in' anymore now we have witch house?
This really ought to have been far more widely picked up on than it was, and exists both within and as distinct from the whole dubstep thing that seems to have dominated this year. A lot of it's made up entirely of samples of other songs, touches on everything from Joy Division and the Human League to techno, house and grime, and it pre-empts the whole 'witch house' thing very nicely in that it essentially does everything witch house ever intended to without ever resorting to crude genre-isms.
In short, the best electronic album of the year. And likely to achieve far less recognition than the likes of Darkstar and Ikonika.
"What it might sound like if a computer could perform the act"
Although on the few ocassions when I've streamed a track or whatever, it didn't really seem to click for me. Gonna spend a decent amount of time with it I think.
If it's a bit impenetrable as a whole entity (it is pretty sprawling) maybe try the Machine & Voice EP that came out on Nonplus at the start of the year? I imagine it'd be a really good way to ease into Splazsh...
Can't even get it reviewed by DiS. The best thing the band have done so far.
I refuse to pay some dick PR agency just so zines will listen to a record and kids on work experience can pretend to like the record on music forums. I can do that myself.
er, firstly, we haven't had anyone doing work experience for about 2years, due to the fact we don't really have an office.
and i don't believe you've ever emailed me about your release and i haven't noticed your regularly posting on the boards about other music. although you need to send your records to our reviews editor Andrzej Lukowski, however sometimes EPs are covered by Wendy who does our weekly singles column. You don't need a PR, you just need to be personable, polite and make exceptional music.
other people having social skills helps the fact i don't have any ;-)
but there no bites for it. It actually had quite a nice bit of bumpf:
'The Sailplanes recall scrappy, glourious failures like Life Without Buildings, Electrelane and The Raincoats. Relocating back to London from Berlin, and bringing with them some of that city's coldness and desolate edge, The Sailplanes have also toned-down the abrasive sounds of their first album to produce an altogether more accessible proposition with the Mild Peril EP.'
which I think may have hooked some of the writers on another week, but I only offered it once and nobody writing that week went for it, it's a shame, I wish we could review everything but writers are unpaid, etc, and I guess it averages that 15-20 people want to do a review most weeks, and there's normally more stuff oyt than that.
Sean, I think he is referring to the PR work experience, not ours! But there is a benefit from haveing a PR, if only because they're good at nagging/turning the psychological thumbscrews. Do contact me the next time you have something out!
Yes, I was referring to unpaid interns and work experience types working for PR agencies, surreptitiously plugging records on forums. It happens, and I guess has to for any sort of consensus to be formed around new acts without spending tons of money on advertising. Unfortunately I'm the only person in The Sailplanes who deals with the promotional side of things and as such can't compete. I'm relatively personable and polite although the blank wall some zines throw up (Line of Best Fit, Fake DIY) can drive me to distraction. I do firmly believe our music is exceptional, and garners praise when I can actually get reviewers to listen to it.
So if any DiS writers want to have a listen to our music and review it please do. This stuff has no 'release date' as such.
Especially as 2 of those 3 bands listed are in my top 20 bands ever.
If DiS does it's article where we highlight records we missed out on, I'll happily tackle it...
to be fair, i haven't even listened to this but was impressed by his set on Jools (tho when you watch it on Friday night, you'll notice their poor guitarist has to play a solo a few meters away from Slash!!).
</thinly veiled I was at Jools Holland last night post>
I don't think this was reviewed on here.
Would probably go something like this:
You shouldn't like this record, or this guy, but you will anyway. Just don't listen to it around any of your friends, or talk about it with any "real" hip-hop fans.
Is an exceptional LP.
They're sorta like a Hare Krishna version of Add n to x. With better dynamics. The drummer is incredible, the synths seem to squeeze out of the beats like chunks of buzzy sponge.
Saw them last night. They were amazing.
i had a listen to that a few weeks back after reading about them in all the CMJ coverage and didn't quite 'get' it. I imagine Cronin would love it tho.
Superficially they just seem a bit like the sort of band that gets a bit of blog coverage is sort of cool for a bit then disappears, but seeing them live has totally wiped that impression. Whatever they're up to, they really mean to do it.
They're also the best rehearsed band I've seen in a long time, the album can seem a bit random in terms of the switches and dynamics but live they're all played exactly the same way.
gonna give it another spin. http://open.spotify.com/album/21jisCclNPCECkcV6JC1qN
Just listened to Raghupati. Fantastic stuff, I'm SURE I've heard that played somewhere before though...
The Magicians Private Library - rather bloody good.
more...its a treat to listen to and continues to deliver new elements every time I listen..
Not everything on there will be relevant to this thread but some will. I'd nominate Trash Talk and Beach Fossils for a listen...
but I think the Knife and friends' Tomorrow, In A Year has been a bit overlooked as, like, a soundtrack album diversion or something when it's an incredible record in its own right.
But obviously these things are pretty relative, it got a bunch of press and the tour of the opera sold out the Barbican, soooo...
I'm still trying to work out what I think of it.
It's a shame / great that much of the brilliant stuff is lurking towards the back end of Discs 1 and 2 as the first half of each almost put me off entirely.
i still haven't managed to listen to it all yet. need to set aside some time http://open.spotify.com/album/6whQURbYW2X6Yv1L8KxKQL
I can totally see why some people may never even get to disc 2, which is a shame as it's far more accessible.
But I did it all in one go and have to say that over the coming months have found myself going back to it from time to time.
There are some truly brilliant bits on it. As an entirety, I'm still trying to get my head around it personally.
will def give disc 2 a go. i still have the fear of sitting down and listening to the 3 disc Joanna Newsom. It sort of feels like neglecting all other music, especially when I haven't heard much "this is utterly amazing", which is weird, cus I went out and bought it and haven't even broken the seal on it.
Everyone on here whose taste I like always bang on about her.
Start with 'Ys' I guess?
it's just not been as hyped as Ys was.
you can get through it on a lazy sunday afternoon pretty easily. tbf i've only listened to it all the way through probably 3 or 4 times. then after that, i chose a disc, or just an individual tracks - it's got lots of 'tunes'.
is really the only thing that makes sense, Colouring of Pigeons and The Height of Summer are kind of standalone, but the rest isn't at all, really.
I do like how totally harsh and hard work it starts off and how bit by bit it blossoms into this wonderful record. Though there are days where I end up 'doing a Tim' and skipping to the end.
it was probably as big as it could have been given the unusual format.
Definitely my album of the year though
Miles Kurosky - The Desert of Shallow Effects
Think about what you're going to say before you say it in future, please.
so let's just stay out of each other's way and be happier people.
That's what Connan told me, anyway.
I don't know what that means though.
Jack Sparrow - Circadian
The Green Kingdom - Prismatic
Tectonic drops another killer lp around going into autumn time...
haven't seen it getting much love on the boards though i'd say it's better than anything he's done before and is probably up there with four tet and flying lotus as one of the best electronic albums of the year
Haven't been this impressed by an electronic album since Untrue. There I said it.
got this on now. thanks for the heads up. http://open.spotify.com/album/0LRVnAfL2DyYny1xijQYJY
As with Andrzej and the Knife album, I gave it a perfect score - it pretty much consumed me throughout April and May. The few reviews it got elsewhere were fairly laudatory, though it still feels slightly overlooked on the whole.
Also The Golden Archipelago by Shearwater I adore - it feels like it adds a real warmth to their sound, which was already utterly gorgeous; 'Meridian' might be my favourite song of the year. Josephine Foster's Spanish-language tribute album with her husband and the Mynabirds too, and both Tallest Man on Earth releases. Maybe Josephine Foster is the only really 'overlooked' album out of all of these, mind.
hadestown never really clicked, gonna give it another spin http://open.spotify.com/album/7ulqEThVnXXJKPnbMDVr8b
shearwater do deserve a hella lot more recognition but got a feeling they might make the long list http://open.spotify.com/album/293H0rIctIooWmzZIipDgU
radar brothers - the illustrated garden
clogs - the creatures in the garden of lady walton
fops - yeth yeth yeth
maximum balloon (really like this album too!) http://open.spotify.com/album/7CaahxxDJvDGIPgLLA24CO
radar brothers http://open.spotify.com/album/2XlDtgkTnI4Dt9o1i8U6i0
clogs- was intrigued by the review of this but never investigated it
clogs is definitely worth investigating - the vocals really add to the whole thing and are a good progression from the instrumental lanterns album 'last song' is a really good slow national song, probably prefer it to most of the stuff on high violet. The thing as a whole reminds of a slowed down - broken social scene - you forgot it in people - but that might just be me
But yeah, that Clogs album is absolutely astonishing.
But the thing is, I don't know if people are liking it loads or not?
My review got the most comments any of my articles for the site ever has done and the critics are loving it, but since then their London date at a tiny venue still hasn't sold out and there's not been one thread about it, meaning that I'm guessing people aren't still quite cottoning onto it being this years' 'Two Dancers'?
There have been loads of good records that no one have mentioned much too, like Strong Arm Steady and Serena Maneesh's latest, but neither are up there as 9/10 records for me.
Sorry, must have missed that. Or it was a non-appearer.
But it is properly ace, isn't it? I might go listen to it now...
I keep forgetting about it myself, beginning of the year seems like its so long ago now :) And Madlib has put out like 10 more albums since, lost in the shuffle. Good lp though.
Such a fuckin brilliant record.
and hopefully the weekender they did for us stops it being too lost with dis readers but i know what you mean! http://open.spotify.com/album/7LCc3nXwC2bX2RGAWWqczN
Strong Arm Steady http://open.spotify.com/album/0HQjBgw3g1qbxK5fggJ5ht
Serena Maneesh http://open.spotify.com/album/6rDHk5lHpUM9C3u1HJ6HjD
Great album which seems to have fallen off the radar - no idea why?
Seconded for Holly Miranda
not obscure as such, just completely vanished after a month or so. Great record.
but these are kinda special apparently causing quiet a stir in their native Australia:
and track entitled 'Mace Spray' all imo impressive stuff
is worth checking out. it's great. the NME review is hilarious.
Crocodiles - Sleep Forever
Two brilliant guitar albums that have barely been mentioned.
harlem - hippies http://open.spotify.com/album/32kACISdDQ9wsLfrkk7HIn
one particularly kind of accessible one that i haven't seen anyone talk about at all is the S/T Roll the Dice album on Digitalis. Surprisingly for something on that label, it's still in stock 6 months later. http://boomkat.com/cds/295189-roll-the-dice-roll-the-dice - boomkat describe it better than i could.
Also, Demdike Stare are obviously pretty hyped in certain circles but I really think they're one of the best lots people making music at the moment, and that doesn't really seem to have translated to DiS in a big way.
also, Benoit Pioulard album Lasted is great too but idk, maybe i missed the hype on that one.
i probably should've mentioned it's made by two Fever Ray collaborators.
I really thought this record would find a lot more love on DiS. Maybe I should have blabbed more about them on here, rather than just on my Twitter and http://drownedinsoundcloud.com/ (just posted a video of them on the tube). They're pretty much Los Camp, if they were from Brooklyn and more into The Shins and Sufjan than Xiu Xiu and Les Savy Fav. http://open.spotify.com/album/69G3UW9xtqFxkM8P8ISarJ
Think I've started every mixtaepe I've made this year with Generator^First Floor.
Still gutted that they had to pull out of End Of The Road festival.
Great reviews (http://www.metacritic.com/music/forget), but I can't recall anybody on here talking about it.
I got it from emusic a couple of weeks ago.
it was Rough Trade's album of the week last month, but the official release date - ie what 4ad are saying - is next week. But confusing, but I imagine it's got a bit of UK coverage on the horizon still.
i don't mean that in a snotty way tho.
a lot of the rest of it passes me by.
I thought I must've missed it.
i saw this quite high up in the list (http://www.metacritic.com/browse/albums/score/metascore/year?sort=desc&year_selected=2010&tag=supplementary-nav;item;4) and give it a listen the other day. think i, like most people, confused them with Twin Sister, who i also can't remember if i ever formed an opinion of
Like it more with every listen
Utterly beautiful. Somewhere between post-rock and drone.
will check it out.
Although it got some recognition, I don't think it got the amount that it truly deserved. Stunning album.
Best Brainfeeder release this year I reckon, not really heard anyone talking about it though, which is weird considering how big FlyLo is with just about anyone who says they like music these days.
When they were doing bulwarking blues-inflected riffola they were perfectly fine and on their last album Domino tried to give them a big push but never had it reciprocated, so ABO seem to have gone 'to hell with it' and refitted that into this fuzzed up freakout of motorik psych-groove. It's a great thing, and I'd love to have had the opportunity to see them somewhere other than in Latitude Sunrise with its noise limits as I'm sure they'd be a blistering experience.
Also, Rose Elinor Dougall's Without Why got some good reviews but people have been cagey around it perhaps because of her past and that she went straight off to be one of Ronson's harem, but it's a really strong album bringing together a lot of interesting influences - Cocteaus, Broadcast, Sundays, shoegaze, 60s English folk - in a way that very much belongs within pop but has its own ideas.
and they were apparently immense.
I saw them a few years ago on the dedang dedang tour, and it was pretty damn raw. An experience akin to being grated, but in a good way.
It seemed to get a reception of 'not as good as the last three' when it came out but coming back to it recently I'm really enjoying it.
It's a massive grower. Definitely their 'weirdest' and least accessible and I'm pretty sure it'll be forgotten when the end of year lists are written up, but I love it.
I'd written it off but revisited and turns out its brilliant.
It was all I listened to when I spent a week in New York so it sort've became associated with a specific time in my life. Still, I keep finding myself returning to it.
Can't wait for the Leeds show next week!
is a pretty special debut from the ex pipettes vocalist, there's quite a bit of wistful pop but it's much more sombre than the pipettes, in a good way.
they've put out 3 fantastic albums this year
Otouto - pip (3 piece female singer, nice quirky lo-fi guitar band)
Seagull - Council tree (post-rock with vocal)
Hello Satellites - S/T (female singer little bit of electronic little bit of folk)
really worth checking out, the back catalogue is exceptionally good too and a label to watch in 2011 for sure
Not seen too much talk about this
It's a really great fun record - straight up indie rock with more catchy hooks than any other album released this year.
harlem "hippies" (already mentioned)
sandwitches "how to make ambient sadcake"
sludgey/groovy rock that hits me in all the right places. Great riffs, a ton of drumming from their two drummers and male/female vocal interplay. Awesome
At least German music magazine Visions just made it their "Record of the month".
"Don't look back" is an awesome track though. If they keep this direction (becoming catchier and less crusty) like that, then the next record will be a huge success (and then there will be cake).
has only just come out hasn't it, so it's not had much time to be appreciated, under or otherwise.
Pitchfork have given it 8.4
85 on Metacritic
totally agree though, it's an awesome album!
Thought it had been out for a while! However, I think as a band they do get overlooked in favor of more immediate (and still awesome) bands like Baroness.
Will try and pick it up after work tonight. Great band.
Riffs, melody, lurching grooves, basically everything I want from rock.
This album is absolutely awesome and I don't understand why it hasn't got more attention, but I blame that they are currently only on a Spanish label, so next year we might hear more from them hopefully.
Sounds like: Isis, Pelican, Oceansize
Not even on Spotify, so only a good ol' myspace link: http://www.myspace.com/carontte
Beach Fossils S/T
Two great records that seemed to have slipped under the radar, although Wild Nothing's current UK tour has hopefully reminded people how awesome 'Gemini' really is.
Soundtracked my summer more than anything else. Perfect driving album, too.
Pretty sure it was reviewed on here (positively) but I can't get DIS to work in order to find it, sorry sean.
Great live and a nice bloke too.
best pop record of the year, innit. tunes. MASSIVE TUNES.
Great record. That bit where it mixes between tracks 1 + 2 is the pinnacle of 2010.
not that Latin is bad, I just really dig the ridiculous energy on most of LP.
was pretty great
plus label mates Versus made an incredible album of dark guitar pop, think they're the best band at making despair sound cool/beautiful
also the new mystery jets seemed to pass me by when it came out, but its really rather good
The Redneck Manifesto - Friendship
Jogging - Minutes
Skullflower - strange keys to untune gods firmament
People Like Us vs Wobbly - music for the fire
The Ex - catch my shoe
Gareth Liddiard - strange tourist
All amazing albums and will be making my top 10 of 2010 (if I get round to making one)
These Monsters - Call Me Dragon
2 of my favorite records of the year and neither of them seem to get any sort of recognition
because i did the reviews for all three...erm.
but i'm completely perplexed as to why there hasn't been more praise or chatter or whatever...yada,yada...for white hinterland, lower dens and dissapears.
all corkers. my general feeling for all three seems to be, they're not reinventing the wheel...but...er..i dunno...they're making a really good car, or something. with some wheels. bloody good versions of wheels.
you've gotta hit them with a link like so:
I'm surprised there wasn't more love for Former Ghosts' new one. People seemed to eat Fleurs up and I thought the addition of Yasmin to the lineup would only attract more fanz. It hardly pushed the boat out from the last record, but I think its really great and still noone sounds quite like them.
Read more in my review - http://drownedinsound.com/releases/15789/reviews/4141467
(plus I'd quite like to read them; I don't recall any of them and I usually try and keep an eye out for when you write something)
just downed my e-music account in one foul swoop - particularly like that strong arm steady album
this^ is always one of my favourite threads of the year
Cronin's right about this one. Probably alongside The Fall for my album of the year. Final track is especially wondrous. Beautiful art-rock mayhem.
Electric Soft Parade songwriting prodigy with awesome second album - completely unfashionable hi-fi prog-pop odyssey and recommended with every sinew of my soul. Received hilariously bad DiS review from a dude whose given email address contained the word 'journalist'.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Beat The Devil's Tattoo. Easily their best record in years, yet massively played down and undervalued by many.
The Domino State - Uneasy Lies The Crown. Probably my favourite guitar based record by a UK band this year.
any idea whereabouts i can hear this? (isn't very googleable)
THANK YOU BIGMAN!
This is certainly one of the better albums I've latched onto this year. Saw them live here in Denver- great stuff :)
I thought was a lovely album, with some really good pop bits drifting out of its more hazy fug. Cranberry's one of my favourite songs of this year.
I'm sure this will actually feature on some end of year lists but I've not seen a huge amount of press surrounding the release earlier in the year but it's great! If this was released on a major it'd be fucking everywhere because it essentially is MOR inoffensive soft rock, but in the best possible way. The production is great; fragile, atmospheric and warm and the songs themselves are beautiful. It's a sexy record. sexysexysexy.
I'm not a music journalist so yeah, just listen to this;
the album cover is mixed symbol of a marijuana leaf, a peace sign and a vuh-jay-jay. Automatic winner.
Also second the thoughts of earlier in the thread that Shearwater are being seriously underrated in the sites I've seen.
but generally stuff on Not Not Fun. They've slipped out a load of really cool/wierd/freaky stuff this year without out anyone really noticing. Also absolutely love their design ethos. Their website is a real treasure trove... http://www.notnotfun.com/now.html
Kinda surprised the LA Vampires / Zola Jesus EP didn't get much coverage, considering all the hype around the latter and the fact that it was AWESOME.
Kudos to FACT for remembering them in their top 10 labels of the year thing the other week.
Though it's been the Magic Lantern LP for me. Platoon has dominated my listening this year
This was released towards the beginning of this year so may have slipped people's minds. It had mine until I rediscovered it over the weekend. Anyway yet again I'm sure it was given an 8 or 9 on this site. Awesome album from an awesome band. Holy Fuck may have chanced upon this band at some point over the years methinks!
Just listening to it for the first time in months, it's ok but it's not as good as the Holy Fuck album imo regardless of influence.
very pretty Loveless-esque guitar drones
I can safely say it's slipped under nearly everyone's radar; reviews are hard to come by. Ordinarily I'd be more wary of jagging the crap out of us, but I'm getting old and past the point of caring. I do wish it would be listened to, though. It took ages.
Come back to this record several times and although it's lush drones, there's something glorious about it that I never thought I'd appreciate in music. File alongside Nick & Warren's soundtrack to The Road as one of the instrumental albums of the year.
Fang Island - Fang Island
A proper return to form, an excellent record.
Harvest the Beast- Bad Cop: http://wp.me/pm8zG-8H
Mini Mansions - Mini Mansions: http://wp.me/pm8zG-bG
Get Up Get On Down EP - Turbo Fruits: http://wp.me/pm8zG-aT
Couldn't spot a review on here, hardly a mention in the 'community' either (but more than happy to be proved wong if my search was a half arsed affair). Fantastic album and rather good live at Camp last night.....bit more echo and delay on his ocals would've made it awesome.
http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/music/4255583 and here: http://drownedinsound.com/community/boards/music/4256644
but agreed doesn't seem to have taken off in the way Emeralds or someone like that has. guess it's a bit too jammy for some.
Utterly perfect hangover record. It sounds just like the cover looks, all fuzzed out fazers and obscured minimal techno. Sits nicely between The Field and Emeralds in the disco-you-can't-dance-at-in-my-head... http://open.spotify.com/album/63K4wMXKn5w0hPvIkU2gOC
mike diver: http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/b4b6
will be greatly overlooked as usual. And The Divine Comedy album was a gem.
oftentimes - a genuine freakshow
...I have subsequently not seen the Excepter album mentioned anywhere. Which is a shame as it's one of my favourites of the year.
...that I've not heard mentioned anywhere this year outside of the artist's own MySpace - Canned Laughter by Whitey. What has happened to his career outside of hair product ads :(
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dysG12QCdTA Cosmo Jarvis is pretty under appreciated.
and havent seen reviews for on here
her name is calla - the quiet lamb (utterly incedible 80 minutes)
film school - fission (film schools poppiest album yet, really good)
a sunny day in glasgow - autumn again (best asdig album IMO by a mile)
Kind of a halfway house between a record by Fuck Buttons and worriedaboutsatan. And rather nifty.
will check that when i get home from work
And would say it's a solid 7/10 with potential to rise, if you follow?
NME - 9/10 - http://www.nme.com/reviews/walls/11253
Ra - 3.5/5 - http://www.residentadvisor.net/review-view.aspx?id=7408
Some guy who works at the Beeb - http://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/g24z
Guardian - 4/5 - http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2010/may/06/walls-cd-review
None of them mention Fuck Buttons though, so maybe that was just something i picked up wrongly...
possibly my favourite release this year, which is surprising as i was loving High Violet for ages
'ambient shoegazing masterpiece' - Acidted
for those who like there music cinematic, guitar driven and effect laden
Listen to it here: http://electricassembly.bandcamp.com/album/slow-exit-ep
9 volumes and counting. Though it ought to be at about 11 by now. Just jeez, what a body of work for one year. Very surprised it hasn't seen more coverage.
Not really under appreciated, but totally expected this album to get on albums of the year list. Maybe it's because it came out super early in the year.
sounds similar to Bon Iver/Iron and Wine remixed with warming fuzz and glitch, achingly pretty.
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my album of 2010. Flawless stuff.
few more to come over the weekend http://drownedinsound.com/lists/lost10of10
Hunx and his Punx
Naked on the vague
Pantha du prince
Based mainly on recommendations on this thread, I've downloaded the following from emusic this month:
Actress - Splazsh
Best Coast - Crazy for You
Caribou - Swim
Crippled Black Phoenix - I, Vigilante
Eleven Tigers - Clouds are Mountains
Former Ghosts - Fleurs
Kylesa - Spiral Shadow
Teeth of the Sea - Your Mercury
65dos - Guitar Cascades
and a couple of tracks from Clogs
Will report back (I'm very stoked especially for Kylesa)
yeah it is a psych rock throwback but lovely nonetheless
just search for it on spotify!
Was well good.
Great album - not much love.
Very atmospheric, suberb.
Fast melodic punk rock.
then I looked to the right of the page.
from Finland, produced a rather good album, Heart Fake.
HAS NO ONE ELSE HEARD THIS SHIT?
bought the record when it came out straight away. Great LP. Much overlooked.