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A friend of mine gave me two LPs out of generosity. I feel bad that I still don't have a turntable to play them, but I really can't wait till I do. biggrin.gif

 

REO Speedwagon - "Hi Infidelity"

 

Billy Joel - "52nd Street"


Edited by Destroysall - 4/11/13 at 12:03am
post #5627 of 6449

Today's arrivals.

 

Atols - Culture

 

minato - magnet ~favorites plus~

 

Various artists - Vocalocluster

post #5628 of 6449
I just picked up the Yeah Yeah Yeah's discography. It's the first time I have given them a listen and explore their discography. They're pretty good.


Fever To Tell - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's



Show Your Bones - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's



It's Blitz! - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's



Mosquito - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's

post #5629 of 6449

Pretty good? These guys are effin' awesome, with Fever To Tell being my favourite! Finding that album on vinyl is one of my holly grails.

 

 

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I just picked up the Yeah Yeah Yeah's discography. It's the first time I have given them a listen and explore their discography. They're pretty good.


Fever To Tell - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 



Show Your Bones - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 



It's Blitz! - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 



Mosquito - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

post #5630 of 6449
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Originally Posted by Bee inthe Attic View Post

Pretty good? These guys are effin' awesome, with Fever To Tell being my favourite! Finding that album on vinyl is one of my holly grails.

Quote:
Originally Posted by JuanseAmador View Post

I just picked up the Yeah Yeah Yeah's discography. It's the first time I have given them a listen and explore their discography. They're pretty good.


Fever To Tell - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Show Your Bones - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




It's Blitz! - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)




Mosquito - The Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


I'm just starting to listen to these, so far it's really good for mainstream Alternative. Besides, I remember these guys being very popular but I never gave them a listen. I'm working on it wink_face.gif
post #5631 of 6449

Red - Taylor Swift
4 Shades of Me - Illnath
Vertikal - Cult of Luna
Steel - Battle Beast
The Fire is Mine - Seven Kingdoms
With Oden On Our Side - Amon Amarth
post #5632 of 6449

My With Oden on Our Side shipped yesterday. :)

post #5633 of 6449
Besides the Yeah Yeah Yeah's discography (4 albums), this is the 5th.


Comedown Machine - The Strokes



I'm a Strokes fan, I have their discography and I love their Raw Garage Band sound. This album is AMAZING. I love this sound, it's relaxing, fun, charming and good because they are experimenting. Overall I would give it an 8.5/10, and even a 9/10.
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I'm just starting to listen to these, so far it's really good for mainstream Alternative. Besides, I remember these guys being very popular but I never gave them a listen. I'm working on it wink_face.gif


I'd pick up the Yeah Yeah Yeah's EP "Is Is" too.  It's my favorite thing they've done.

post #5635 of 6449

Comptroller - "Lords of Death // Night Kids"

 

OVERWERK - "After Hours"

 

OVERWERK - "The Nth º"

 

SOSOSO - "REBOOT"

post #5636 of 6449
ELO-DISCOVER
DAVID BOWIE-HEATHEN
BOB DYLAN-THE TIMES ARE A CHANGIN'
AWAKE-JOSH GROBAN
EAGLES-GREATEST HITS(LP)
post #5637 of 6449
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Comptroller - "Lords of Death // Night Kids"



OVERWERK - "After Hours"



OVERWERK - "The Nth º"



SOSOSO - "REBOOT"

Overwerk FTW!
post #5638 of 6449
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Overwerk FTW!


I'm personally enjoying "After Hours" so much. It definitely has many incorporated elements in it that I feel makes it stand out from his previous work.

post #5639 of 6449
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Overwerk FTW!


I'm personally enjoying "After Hours" so much. It definitely has many incorporated elements in it that I feel makes it stand out from his previous work.

Daybreak is my favourite from AH.
post #5640 of 6449

                                         

Five fantastic 2013 albums:

 

Nails: Abandon All Life

Kvelertak: Meir

The Knife: Shaking the Habitual

James Blake: Overgrown

Kurt Vile: Wakin on a Pretty Daze

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