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post #226 of 6418
Since 1998 (I know, I like a limited audience), anyway:
1=newest...

1=Pillar, Fireproof
2=Living Sacrifice, Conceived in Fire
3=Skillet, Alien Youth
4=Europe, The Final Countdown
5=The Transformer Movie Soundtrack
post #227 of 6418
Villa-Lobos - Complete Works for Guitar (Naxos)

Grofé - Orchestral Works (Naxos)

Strange Magic: Best of ELO

Ragpicker's Dream - Mark Knopfler

Copland - Appalachian Spring (Naxos)
post #228 of 6418
cursive - domestica
cursive - ugly organ
notwist - neon golden
grandaddy - sumday
pinback - pinback
post #229 of 6418
[Edit: Original post moved here.]
post #230 of 6418
A few new offerings on the stymie decks:

Panthlassa - Miles Davis/Bill Laswell
(The Ulitmate) Blue Train - John Coltrane
Soma - Steve Roach/Robert Rich
Early Man - Steve Roach
Suzuki in Dub - Tosca
Code: Quaratine (Alternative Mixes Project) - Ice
Horse Stories - The Dirty Three


post #231 of 6418
Autechre- Draft 7.30
Funki Porcini- Fast Asleep
Dirty Three- She Has No Strings Apollo
Beth Gibbons- Out of Season
DJ Shadow- Private Press
post #232 of 6418
Pink Floyd-Dark Side of the Moon SACD
Oasis-Whats the Story Morning Glory SACD
Eliot Fisk plays Bach and Scarlatti SACD
SRV-Texas Flood SACD
Dave Brubeck-Take Five SACD
Ben Folds-Rockin' The suburbs
post #233 of 6418
Clinic - Internal Wrangler
The Kills - Keep On Your Mean Side
Brendan Benson - One Mississippi
Beulah - When Your Heartstrings Break
The Troggs - Archeology (1966-1976)
post #234 of 6418
E.S. Posthumus - Unearthed
Philip Glass - The Hours OST
Steve Reich - Music for 18 Musicians
DJ Shadow - Entroducing...
Shin Contra OST
post #235 of 6418
More than 5:

Aphex Twin - 26 Mixes for Cash (sure, hardcore Aphex Twins fans who collect MP3's, but I don't know how many people have a legal copy of Curve, "Falling Free", as that was white label only)
Blue Man Group - The Complex
Mellowdrone - A Demonstration of Intellectual Property
Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
XTC - Drums and Wires
Khanate - (---)
Afel Bocoum, Damon Albarn, Toumani Diabate' and Friends - Mali Music
Tomahawk - Mit Gas
Justin Sullivan - Navigating by the Stars (anyone else here a fan of New Model Army? I do believe they're in my top 20 favourite bands of all time.)
:Wumpscut: - Preferential Tribe (Preferential Legacy + Music for a German Tribe + bonus tracks)
Front 242 - Pulse
Phaser - Sway
The Sicilians (featuring Angelo Venuto) - Un Amore
Katatonia - Viva Emptiness
Joe Jackson Band - Volume 4

EDIT: Pop quiz -- can anyone figure out what order I listed these in? It's not difficult, and it's not random.
post #236 of 6418
Quote:
Originally posted by Dusty Chalk
EDIT: Pop quiz -- can anyone figure out what order I listed these in? It's not difficult, and it's not random.
Uhhh...alphabetical by title?

Plankton-Plankton
Ry Cooder & Manuel Galban, Mambo Sinuendo
post #237 of 6418
Quote:
Originally posted by timoteus
Uhhh...alphabetical by title?
I told you it wasn't difficult.
post #238 of 6418
I found a stack of used Bowie cds at the record shop last week and picked a few up. In order of preference:

-Low
-Ziggy Stardust
-Hunky Dory

(I think I'm going back for Scary Monsters...)

I also picked up Pavement's Slanted and Enchanted, and Cocteau Twins' Victorialand.
post #239 of 6418
A bumperoonie for this thread, along with 4 albums I picked up today:

Everything But The Girl - Like the Deserts Miss the Rain
Picked this one up after reading a rec right here on these boards. So far I like it (and it included a bonus disc... not bad for a 7.95 used CD pickup). Laid-back, easy to listen to, some tracks have elements of electro-lounge w/ vocals. Fits well with this sunny, breezy day we're having here in Cali. Wish I could sit back with a mixed drink and soak it in (but alas, my final final of all times beckons).

nanoloop 1.0
I think someone here stumbled across this album as well. It is a compilation album by some electronic composers such as hrvatski and stock, hausen, and walkmen who have taken Game Boy music and sounds and rearranged them with a program called nanoloop (amongst other additions). Interesting pickup for me, as I'm interested in video game music.

Nobukazu Takemura - Hoshi no Koe
This album reminds me somewhat of Carpet Music's album. It is synth/organ laden and most tracks are lighthearted and ethereal. I need to give it a more in-depth listen when I get a chance.

The Cinematic Orchestra - Everyday
Follow up to their much-liked album (by me) Motion, Everyday adds some female vocals to the dark and moody jazz stylings that the Cinematic Orchestra offered in their previous album. Need to let it soak in a bit, though I liked the mood of Motion more than this one so far.
post #240 of 6418
Hold the presses! Rizumu got new music!

The Promise Ring - 30° Everywhere
The Promise Ring - Very Emergency
Judy and Mary - The Power Source
Aikawa Nanase - Red
Aikawa Nanase - Paradox
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