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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

 

Based on nothing but your favourite 10 albums and the album art, I'm pretty sure I need to hear this!

 

Kvelertak: Meir

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Lol. Just note that it's nothing like any of my top ten albums. I'd say it's blackened hardcore punk with a good old-school hard rock edge. Definitely worth checking out. 

 

By the way, the artist is John Baizley--he's also the front-man for the sludge metal/heavy psych band Baroness--well worth checking out if that's the sort of music that trips your trigger and you haven't encountered it already.

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Based on nothing but your favourite 10 albums and the album art, I'm pretty sure I need to hear this!

 

Kvelertak: Meir

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You can definitely tell when he has a hand in it. The amazing cover art always gives it away.

 

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Lol. Just note that it's nothing like any of my top ten albums. I'd say it's blackened hardcore punk with a good old-school hard rock edge. Definitely worth checking out. 

 

By the way, the artist is John Baizley--he's also the front-man for the sludge metal/heavy psych band Baroness--well worth checking out if that's the sort of music that trips your trigger and you haven't encountered it already.

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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

Lol. Just note that it's nothing like any of my top ten albums. I'd say it's blackened hardcore punk with a good old-school hard rock edge. Definitely worth checking out. 

 

By the way, the artist is John Baizley--he's also the front-man for the sludge metal/heavy psych band Baroness--well worth checking out if that's the sort of music that trips your trigger and you haven't encountered it already.

 

 

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You can definitely tell when he has a hand in it. The amazing cover art always gives it away.

 

 

I have Baroness' "Blue" album and enjoy it when I'm in the mood! I'm very old though and don't follow much modern metal...

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Have you tried Red or Yellow & Green? I was initially a little disappointed with Yellow & Green because it's not metal, but once I got past that I had fun with it. It's a good heavy rock record.

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I have Baroness' "Blue" album and enjoy it when I'm in the mood! I'm very old though and don't follow much modern metal...

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Not yet but I'll take that as a recomendation as I've often thought they'd make a better rock than metal band!
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Got some new from the used CD shop:

Soul Bossa Trio - In Native

Soul Bossa Trio - Dancing In The Street

...it is a pitty: both are compressed to death!

 

John Coltrane - Blue Train

...fine Jazz!

 

Ottmar Liebert - Up Close

 

...I am a fan of Flamenco anyway. But this binaural recording is real fun!

 

 

I got the Sonny Rollins - Vol.2 ...just to partner my old Joe Jackson -Body And Soul

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Got some new from the used CD shop:

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Soul Bossa Trio - In Native

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 Soul Bossa Trio - Dancing In The Street

...it is a pitty: both are compressed to death!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 John Coltrane - Blue Train

...fine Jazz!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 Ottmar Liebert - Up Close

 

...I am a fan of Flamenco anyway. But this binaural recording is real fun!

 

Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

 

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I got the Sonny Rollins - Vol.2 ...just to partner my old Joe Jackson -Body And Soul

 

 

Mmmmm...this got me re-listening, and then onto another few 1958 jazz albums (Cannonball, Art Blakey, Sonny Clark). Some great, cool, confident and perhaps somewhat naive jazz made that year, not knowing that 1959 was going to pretty much change everything.

 

(love that Joe Jackson LP too - introduced to it via "Cha Cha Loco" being used in an audiophile sampler disc - Linn perhaps?)

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1. Snarky Puppy - The World is Getting Smaller

2. Dixie Dregs - What If

3. Aesop Rock - None Shall Pass

4. Rilo Kiley - More Adventurous

5. Freddie Hubbard - Goin' Up

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Peter Gabriel - Red Rain (7" Single)

Peter Gabriel - Big Time (7" Single)

Powerman 5000 - Tonight the Stars Revolt (CD)

Sound City Soundtrack (LP + BluRay Combo)

Acadia Strain - Death is the Only Mortal (Clear Vinyl)

Elvis Costello - My Aim is True (Mofi)

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Peter Gabriel - Red Rain (7" Single)

Peter Gabriel - Big Time (7" Single)

Powerman 5000 - Tonight the Stars Revolt (CD)

Sound City Soundtrack (LP + BluRay Combo)

Acadia Strain - Death is the Only Mortal (Clear Vinyl)

Elvis Costello - My Aim is True (Mofi)

 

 

Love this album. Almost bought the MoFi release a few weeks ago, and every time I return to the record store it calls out to me.

That and Costello's Delivery Man are on my short list. Trying to save some money for tomorrow (RSD) :)

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I woulda bought more, but I'm also about to blow my wallet on RSD tomorrow. Already have my list ready to go. Know exactly which releases I want.

 

I now have My Aim is True on MoFi and an American pressing of Armed Forces. I'd really like to get the MoFi Armed Forces as well because it uses the UK art which is about a billion times better than the US art.

 

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Love this album. Almost bought the MoFi release a few weeks ago, and every time I return to the record store it calls out to me.

That and Costello's Delivery Man are on my short list. Trying to save some money for tomorrow (RSD) :)

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It is certainly tough shaving down a want-list down to the "essentials."

In the process of trying to lessen the potential financial blow i'll take tomorrow by whittling my list down before I get there.

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1. R.E.M. - Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982 - 2011 (CD)

2. The Darkness - The Platinum Collection (CD)

3. Nirvana - Nirvana (CD)

4. Led Zeppelin - Remasters (2 CD)

5. AC/DC - Black Ice (CD)

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I've honestly got it down as much as I can...At this point I'm going to have to grab everything, see official prices and make the really tough cuts. Here's my list.

 

* All That Remains - The Fall of Ideals
* Blind Melon - Blind Melon + Sipping Time EP
Flaming Lips - Zaireeka
Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
* Sly & The Family Stone - I Want to Take You Higher
* Dazed & Confused Soundtrack
* Dave Brubeck Trio - Distinctive Rhythm Instrumentals
* Notorious BIG - Ready to Die
* White Stripes - Elephant (10th Anniversary)
The Roots - Things Fall Apart
Lamb of God - New American Gospel

 

* = Must buy. There's a few 7" not listed.

 

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It is certainly tough shaving down a want-list down to the "essentials."

In the process of trying to lessen the potential financial blow i'll take tomorrow by whittling my list down before I get there.

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