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Originally Posted by MorbidToaster View Post

I passed over a recent copy of the Analogue Productions 200g LP of Not Too Late recently. Really hoping Todd still has some when I get money again.

 

As for Death Note...

The most riveting moment in television.

 

I was considering buying the Norah Jones SACD box set by Analogue Productions, but now that I have the original versions of both the first album and Not Too Late, I think I might just buy the albums I don't have individually and use the money I'd save on some other fine stuff from Analogue Productions.

 

I think I've only seen Death Note five or six times in three years, lol.

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That'd be a really good box set for some people. I own Come Away With Me on SACD, HD Tracks, regular CD, and the vinyl is on it's way (Blue Note. Can't find the AP disc anywhere).

 

I haven't been particularly thrilled with the rest of her catalog so I'm weary of buying 'box sets'. 

 

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I was considering buying the Norah Jones SACD box set by Analogue Productions, but now that I have the original versions of both the first album and Not Too Late, I think I might just buy the albums I don't have individually and use the money I'd save on some other fine stuff from Analogue Productions.

 

I think I've only seen Death Note five or six times in three years, lol.

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Ultimae Records is having a winter sale, so I just ordered these three to keep me warm.

 

 

             http://ultimae.bandcamp.com/album/hydroponic-garden                                   http://ultimae.bandcamp.com/album/human

 

                 http://ultimae.bandcamp.com/album/movements

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Originally Posted by TJ Elite View Post

 

I was considering buying the Norah Jones SACD box set by Analogue Productions, but now that I have the original versions of both the first album and Not Too Late, I think I might just buy the albums I don't have individually and use the money I'd save on some other fine stuff from Analogue Productions.

 

I think I've only seen Death Note five or six times in three years, lol.

 

I much prefer Norah Jones more recent work to her earlier work. The first few albums albums traded in coffee house pop and pseudo jazz and country. Beginning with 'Not Too Late,' she started writing her own songs and branching out. She obviously had a desire to move away from what was getting labeled as "Starbucks Music." On her latest album, 'Little Broken Hearts,' she worked with producer Danger Mouse. There seems to be quite a division among her fans. Many of her fans who liked the early albums that made her famous do not like the change in direction she has taken. Personally, I'm not in that camp at all. To me, her change to writing her own songs has been a big improvement. I think her latest two albums, 'The Fall,' and 'Little Broken Hearts' are much more adventurous and better than her earlier work. I also like her work on Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi's album 'Rome,' which is kind of a modern take on spaghetti western music and on which Jack White also appears. Although she's always had a beautiful voice, I found her early albums to be quite pedestrian. In my personal opinion, her two most recent albums are a big improvement over her earlier work, but many folks do not share my opinion. 

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No - I'm in agreement with you Strat.

 

LBH is growing on me slowly.  I personally think "The Fall" is the best album she has produced so far - both lyrically and musically (I own pretty much all or her albums apart from the very early ones where she was just a supporting vocalist).

 

If you want to try something totally different with Norah - check out the album "Rome" from Dangermouse and Daniele Lupi which features her on a few of the album tracks.  I only sampled a couple and am now waiting for the newly purchased album to get here.

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If you want to try something totally different with Norah - check out the album "Rome" from Dangermouse and Daniele Lupi which features her on a few of the album tracks.  I only sampled a couple and am now waiting for the newly purchased album to get here.

 

Yeah, I mentioned 'Rome' in my post above. Norah is on three tracks. The whole album is just great though from the instrumental tracks to the Jack White tracks to the Norah tracks. I like the whole album. Excellent choice! smile.gif

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Only one out of five. If anyone ears are pleased by the sound of a very clean, beautiful and  forward presented guitar, 80's sounding album, well, then this might be it!  Felt and this album is a completely overlooked combo. . Sounds in so many ways like a 2012 indie band stealing from the 80"s and even with a non brick walled recording, amazing, if you like this type of music.. I do :-) 

 

First track is how Tom Verlaine dared to wish like his guitar could sound like..

 

A pure masterpiece... just listen and weep..

 

 

Antisepticfeltalbum.jpg

 

Forgot to say.  The name of band and album is      Felt: ""Crumbling The Antiseptic Beauty.."


Edited by Jupiterknight - 1/13/13 at 12:09am
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Some iTunes Store purchases.

 

Destroysall


Edited by Destroysall - 1/14/13 at 2:33pm
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OH MY ******* GOD!!! I just got a Nirvana Bleach record from my uncle (LP). The Original Issue, from 1989. Sealed. I can't believe it! It is worth around $500 since there are only 2000 copies!

Too bad. You can never open it!

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Some pretty awesome finds at my local record store. I'm so happy that they had this Maximum the Hormone CD as its the one with the Death Note songs. I am enjoying it so much along with the other two. They didn't have any more Ellie Goulding CDs as they were out of stock. This was the only thing they had left from her so I bought it.

 

I must have spent nearly $150 or more on CDs this month. Life is good. :-)

 

Destroysall

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So many good albums there. beerchug.gif

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Richard Skelton: Verse of Birds and The Complete Landings

Botanist: The Suicide Tree, A Rose From the Dead, and Doom in Bloom

 

6 CDs all told, and three digital albums. (Plus digital downloads of all the CDs [except Verse of Birds], wewt!)

 


Edited by metalsonata - 1/14/13 at 10:22pm
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this looks a lot like the cover for that movie 13 ghosts, or was that the intention haha

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All my purchases from Comiket C83, Dec 30th.  All Touhou <3

 

 

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