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I had Taking the Farm going on in my head since I got up, so had to stick on Wagonwheel Blues.
lovely harsh techno for a Saturday morning.
moving on to Floating Points after
now just Terry Callier all day
a Slayer fan but I'll give the album a few listens before The ATP weekend.
...I'm not a Slayer fan YET...
Whilst having my morning poo.
been listening to the new Hot Chip single a few times. probably not gonna listen to a full album until the evening
it turned out to be 'The English Riviera'
Why did no-one tell me this album was great when it came out? Oh, they did? Well I couldn't stand it on first listen and now I think it's rather aces.
Then gave Loveless a spin. Now sitting in the library revising with the first Weezer album :D
But seeing No Age up there I'm tempted to change
Apparently Spencer Krug can do no wrong?
remember how great they are?
which the guys at Bimbo Tower (favourite parisian record shop) put on for me to listen to. It was dead good, but I'd already set my heart on getting a physical copy of the Cut Hands record. Maybe I'll go back next week to get it though.
But might have been Gangrene - Vodka & Ayahausca
Followed by a Tangerine dream LP the one they released in 1974 it was very deep
then Lotus Plazas new one-blows mr cox's last record out of the water.Then finally I listened to animal collectives record store day release that's a he'll of a strange record, does anyone know what speed its meant to be played at?
I reckon their sound will be a lot different now that Deakin is back. This record sounds like their earlier material, but the production obviously being better quality.
I really like the B side,the first couple of minutes are great and toward the end of the record it's really similar to noahs best stuff very interesting look forward to a proper LP soon hopefully
greatest hits. man is awesome.