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I love Autechre. I already own Oversteps on vinyl. His early stuff is just noise, but he's gotten more musical as time has gone on. 

 

Hmmm...  It's more their kind of middle period that's generally considered more difficult.  If you haven't heard it, you might really like their first record Incunabula, it's not totally different from Oversteps.  I'd say it might be their most 'listenable'/friendly sounding stuff.  Was thinking that I may have seen Warp reissue that on vinyl recently, but a quick check tells me that I may have dreamed that or something.  Anyway, they didn't really go off the deep end musically until Confield.

 

Then again, their new one is over 2 hours of music, so if you like it that might be enough of them for a while.  It sounds kind of like a bit of everything from their entire career, all in one collection.  I like it a ton so far, only having heard it twice (it's very long).  This album coming out has gotten me listening to lots of their stuff again.    

post #5492 of 6435

Hoping to pick it up Sunday along with Anathema's Weather Systems (on hold at the record store for me).

 

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Hmmm...  It's more their kind of middle period that's generally considered more difficult.  If you haven't heard it, you might really like their first record Incunabula, it's not totally different from Oversteps.  I'd say it might be their most 'listenable'/friendly sounding stuff.  Was thinking that I may have seen Warp reissue that on vinyl recently, but a quick check tells me that I may have dreamed that or something.  Anyway, they didn't really go off the deep end musically until Confield.

 

Then again, their new one is over 2 hours of music, so if you like it that might be enough of them for a while.  It sounds kind of like a bit of everything from their entire career, all in one collection.  I like it a ton so far, only having heard it twice (it's very long).  This album coming out has gotten me listening to lots of their stuff again.    

post #5493 of 6435
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Originally Posted by TJ Elite View Post

 

      

What's that like? I haven't heard any of that album yet but I have high expectations!

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What's that like? I haven't heard any of that album yet but I have high expectations!

Unfortunately it only earns a mild recommendation from me. I personally feel that the album is inconsistent when it comes to the quality of the songs and I highly recommend streaming it for free on Bandcamp before deciding whether you want to purchase it or not. There are good songs on the album but since there are so many incredible releases on Bandcamp available for less money than they're asking for this, many even for free, I recommend verifying by listening that this album is indeed to your liking.

post #5495 of 6435

Artist    -    Album

 

Kiss Of The Gypsy - Kiss Of The Gypsy

Asphalt Ballet - Asphalt Ballet

Lone Justice - Lone Justice

Killer Dwarfs - Dirty Weapons

Drivin 'n Cryin - Fly Me Courageous

post #5496 of 6435

My latest records are:

 

1. The Thermals - More Parts Per Million

2. The Thermals - F---in' A

3. The Thermals  - The Body, The Blood, The Machine

4. Volcano, I'm Still Excited! - self-titled

5. Silver Mt Zion - He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts of Light Sometimes Grace the Corners of Our Rooms

 

I also got The Thermals' No Culture Icons 7" with the bundle preorder, and a Volcano, I'm Still Excited! 7". I don't really count those, though, since they're not full length releases. Another new 45 of mine is the Cavallo Sleep With Wires // Almost Colossus that I picked up from their Bandcamp page.

post #5497 of 6435

Amanda Marshall - Amanda Marshall

Opeth - Damnation

Bombay Bicycle Club - Flaws

Angus & Julia Stone - Down The Way

10000 Maniacs - MTV Unplugged

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Slipknot- Iowa

Memphis May Fire- Challenger

Coheed and Cambria: Ascension

 

Coheed and Cambria: Descension

Cradle of Filth- The Manticore and Other Horrors
post #5499 of 6435

Today's delivery.

 

AVTechNO! + Saiya - AS

 

daniwellP - Nyan Cat

 

Various artists - ALL VOCALOID ATTACK #1

post #5500 of 6435

STOP BUYING AWESOME CDs.

post #5501 of 6435
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STOP BUYING AWESOME CDs.

I can't help it!

post #5502 of 6435

Band Name - Album Title

 

 

Villa Nah - Origin

 

Joseph Trapanese - Tron Uprising

 

The Black Angels - Passover

 

The Heavy - The House That Dirt Built

 

The Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings and Food

post #5503 of 6435
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Originally Posted by TJ Elite View Post

Today's delivery.

 

AVTechNO! + Saiya - AS

 

daniwellP - Nyan Cat

 

Various artists - ALL VOCALOID ATTACK #1

Excellent choices! biggrin.gif

post #5504 of 6435

All Vinyl:

 

New:

Mumford & Sons - Babel

Paul McCartney - RAM: 200g pressing

Hugh Masekala - Hope: 45RPM 200g pressing

 

Used/Vintage:

Scheherazade - Friz Reiner/CSO RCA Living Stereo Shaded Dog

The Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full of Blues / Atlantic 

post #5505 of 6435

Babel sounds surprisingly good on vinyl. Much better than their first LP, IMO. Good choice.

 

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All Vinyl:

 

New:

Mumford & Sons - Babel

Paul McCartney - RAM: 200g pressing

Hugh Masekala - Hope: 45RPM 200g pressing

 

Used/Vintage:

Scheherazade - Friz Reiner/CSO RCA Living Stereo Shaded Dog

The Blues Brothers - Briefcase Full of Blues / Atlantic 

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