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Just picked up Masayoshi Yamazaki's ADDRESS while surfing a Kinokuniya bookstore today. I rarely purchase music without listening to at least one of the included songs beforehand, so hopefully this is good...     
 

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Part two of my epic (mostly) metal sweep. Working on replacing huge chunks of the stuff I listen to solely online or which I've acquired through various means that don't support the artists, lol. Some of these are classics that I just have never gotten around to buying for one reason or another, and some of them are fairly new releases that I really love. I do a big sweep like this a couple times a year generally, on top of the stuff I just buy here and there.

 

Ash Borer: S/T

Ash Borer: Cold of Ages

Deafheaven: Roads to Judah

Drudkh: Blood in Our Wells

Harvey Milk: Courtesy & Goodwill Toward Men

Kvelertak: S/T

Opeth: Damnation

Opeth: Ghost Reveries

Opeth: Still Life

Paysage D'Hiver: Kristall & Isa

Paysage D'Hiver: Winterkalte

Ulver: Bergtatt

Ulver: Blood Inside

Ulver: Nattens Madrigal

Ulver: Shadows of the Sun

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Curtis Mayfield - Back to the World, Curtom, 1973

 

Luc Ferrari - Cycle des souvenirs (1995-2000), Exploitation des concepts no.2, Blue Chopsticks, 2002

 

Sun Ra, Space is the Place, Impulse!, 1998, recorded 1972

 

Darin Gray & Loren MazzaCane Connors, The Lost Mariner, Family Vineyard, 1999

 

Fenn O'Berg, Live in Japan Part Two, Editions Mego, 2010

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Rubblebucket - Live in Chicago 10/14/11

 

The Lonely Wild - The Sun As It Comes

 

Eva Cassidy - The Best of Eva Cassidy

 

Mr. Mister - Welcome to the Real World

 

Surreal and The Sound Providers - True Indeed

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"Junip" - Junip

"Jake Bugg" - Jake Bugg

"The World From The Side Of The Moon" [Deluxe Edition] - Phillip Phillips

"monomania" - Deerhunter

"Perils From The Sea" - Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle

"Django Django" - Django Django

 

Mike Dias recommended I give a listen to Perils From The Sea--said it's one of his favorites of the year so far--and I'm loving it.

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"Junip" - Junip

"Jake Bugg" - Jake Bugg

"The World From The Side Of The Moon" [Deluxe Edition] - Phillip Phillips

"monomania" - Deerhunter

"Perils From The Sea" - Mark Kozelek & Jimmy Lavalle

"Django Django" - Django Django

Mike Dias recommended I give a listen to Perils From The Sea--said it's one of his favorites of the year so far--and I'm loving it.

 

Hi Jude,

     Yeah, it's a really good listen. I have been following Sun Kil Moon and Jimmy Lavelle's various projects for years. Cool that the music supervisor for Ultimate Ears has recommended it. I found out about this via Pitchfork. Good album...


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Cancer Bats- Bear, Mayors, Scraps And Bones
Gallows- Orchestra Of Wolves
Gallows- Grey Britain
Gallows-  Death Is Birth

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This came in the mail today.

 

Josh Garrels - Love & War & the Sea in Between

http://joshgarrels.bandcamp.com/album/love-war-the-sea-in-between

 

 

This in turn came last week.

 

Om Unit - Aeolian

http://omunit.bandcamp.com/album/aeolian-ep

 

 

And today I went to my local record store to buy Radiohead's In Rainbows on vinyl, but they didn't have it. Somehow I went a bit nuts and bought a ton (or at least a couple of kilograms) of vinyl.

 

Radiohead - The King of Limbs

 

Burzum - Hvis Lyset tar Oss [limited edition colored vinyl]

 

Burzum - Filosofem [limited edition colored vinyl]

 

Burzum - Fallen

 

Björk - Homogenic

 

John Frusciante - The Empyrean

 

I also have two more LPs on their way to me in the mail. Still no actual turntable but it's been ordered and it's coming. I have no idea how any of the LPs sound compared to their digital counterparts, but I guess I'll found out.

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Your local record store has Burzum on vinyl? I'm jealous. >.<

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This came in the mail today.

 

 

Josh Garrels - Love & War & the Sea in Between

http://joshgarrels.bandcamp.com/album/love-war-the-sea-in-between

 

 

This in turn came last week.

 

 

Om Unit - Aeolian

http://omunit.bandcamp.com/album/aeolian-ep

 

 

And today I went to my local record store to buy Radiohead's In Rainbows on vinyl, but they didn't have it. Somehow I went a bit nuts and bought a ton (or at least a couple of kilograms) of vinyl.

 

 

Radiohead - The King of Limbs

 

 

Burzum - Hvis Lyset tar Oss [limited edition colored vinyl]

 

 

Burzum - Filosofem [limited edition colored vinyl]

 

 

Burzum - Fallen

 

 

Björk - Homogenic

 

 

John Frusciante - The Empyrean

 

I also have two more LPs on their way to me in the mail. Still no actual turntable but it's been ordered and it's coming. I have no idea how any of the LPs sound compared to their digital counterparts, but I guess I'll found out.

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Your local record store has Burzum on vinyl? I'm jealous. >.<

Well they kind of specialize in metal. Still, I didn't think Burzum on vinyl would be an uncommon thing.

 


 

I went to check out if the other of the two record stores in my city has 'In Rainbows' on vinyl - they didn't. I ended up finally buying Janine Jansen's most recent album which they didn't have last time I visited the store. Also picked up 'Back in Black' on vinyl there. Afterwards I went to the other store and bought a few more of my favorites on vinyl. They have a stamp system where every 17€ you spend gives you a stamp and a card with ten stamps is worth 17€. This week they offer double the stamps and thanks to that I saved 17€ both yesterday and today.

 

Janine Jansen - Prokofiev

 

AC/DC - Back in Black

 

Boris - Attention Please

 

Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Yr. Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven!

 

Kate Bush - 50 Words for Snow

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I don't think any store within 50 miles of my location has a decent metal section. There's maybe one store that has an alright metal selection, or at least it's... serviceable. It covers all the old thrash and heavy classics, at least. Otherwise though it's just a really scatter-shot selection of new stuff, with no particular focus on anything. It almost totally lacks any black metal whatsoever.

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Well they kind of specialize in metal. Still, I didn't think Burzum on vinyl would be an uncommon thing.

 

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I don't think any store within 50 miles of my location has a decent metal section. There's maybe one store that has an alright metal selection, or at least it's... serviceable. It covers all the old thrash and heavy classics, at least. Otherwise though it's just a really scatter-shot selection of new stuff, with no particular focus on anything. It almost totally lacks any black metal whatsoever.

That's very unfortunate, I feel for you. Luckily one of the stores in my town has a decent classical section and the other a decent metal section. The store with metal also has a reasonably large vinyl section which I'm now able to appreciate.

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Most recently on vinyl. 

 

 

 

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I need more Pavement albums!

The new Daft Punk on the other hand; while I enjoy it, it doesn't do that much for me. You like it?

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