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I just ordered these; can't wait for them to arrive:


CD - Einstürzende Neubauten - Palast der Republik (Never got around to buying this when it was released)


SACD - Reiner/CSO - Also Sprach Zarathustra (I keep being told this is THE ASZ recording+performance)


CD - Cocteau Twins - Treasure (For the car; LPs are SOOO inconvenient while driving...)


LP - Julie Byrne - Rooms With Walls And Windows (High hopes for this one!)


LP - Marissa Nadler - July (Lovely voice, fabulous low-key album)

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Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin [2014 remaster]


I've never been a fan of Led Zeppelin despite trying hard and owning nearly all of their output. I like Achilles Last Stand and Ten Years Gone, but that's about it. Of course there's Stairway to Heaven, but it isn't the holy grail of rock for me like it seems to be for a lot of people. I recall their debut having a certain charm to it so I decided to pick up the regular LP and deluxe CD edition of the new remasters to see if Led Zeppelin might eventually find its way into my life.


Opeth - Heritage


When this album came out I didn't came much for it initially. However over the couple of years that have passed it has slowly grown on me and now I think I would say it's made its way into my current top three Opeth albums. I think it might even have the potential to become my fave album of theirs if it still continues to gradually grow on me. The vinyl was a must for me at this point. Looking forward to the group's next effort with interest.


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Agalloch - The Serpent & the Sphere



I recently heard talk of Agalloch coming out with a new record but didn't know when exactly. While visiting my local records store yesterday I noticed the album among the recent releases and naturally grabbed it since Agalloch's previous effort Marrow of the Spirit is one of my favorite albums and the previous two discs did also get quite a bit of playtime once upon a time, although I've now grown sort of tired of them by this point.


Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin [2-disc 2014 deluxe edition]


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This totally improvised drone album is a pay-what-you-want release. Check it out!


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All five of these singles were released for Megurine Luka's 1st birthday. I love pretty much all of the music Hidetoshi Tanaka has released under his various aliases.


BUNGALANGIT - おさなごころの日々 (Days of Innocence)


BUNGALANGIT - How can'I find your song?


BUNGALANGIT - 君の見てる空 (Lonely Rendezvous)


BUNGALANGIT - 記憶の街 (Dream Labyrinth)


BUNGALANGIT - もう帰らない、夏のうた (The Song of Summer Memories)

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The Black Keys - Turn Blue (My first Black Keys.  I'm hooked.  See below)

The Black Keys - El Camino (listening now)

The Black Keys - Brothers (haven't even ripped it yet)

Imagine Dragons - Night Visions (meh so far, need to spin it more)

Frank Sinatra - Live at the Sands (haven't ripped it yet)


Been on a bit of a binge lately.  Some others:


Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (iTunes download, haven't listened yet)

Rascal Faltts - Rewind (used to be a big fan.  Decent but not as good as their older stuff.)

Chase Rice - Ready Set Roll EP (new country guy.  Pretty good)

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Greatest Hits (realized I didn't really have any RHCP!)

Skrillex - Recess, Bangerang and Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites

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King Crimson - Red


Herbie Hancock - Thrust


Weather Report - I Sing the Body Electric


All 3 used for a total of $17.

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I've been buying tons of stuff lately.


Black Keys: Turn Blue


Natalie Merchant: Self Titled


Passenger: Whispers


Tori Amos: Unrepentant Geraldines


Rodrigo and Gabriela: 9 Dead Alive


And lot's more...

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Tim Hecker - Ravedeath, 1972


Wayne Shorter - Adam's Apple [Music Matters 45rpm 2LP]


Burzum - Dauði Baldrs [2010 reissue]


This album was the last non-compilation album that I was missing from Burzum.





Kashiwa Daisuke - Program Music I


I've heard much praise for this record. I've been trying to track it down for quite a while and finally was able to acquire a copy. Very much looking forward to digesting it.


Keiichiro Shibuya - ATAK000+


Ever since hearing Shibuya's "THE END" opera and "for maria" solo piano album he's definitely been one of my favorite artists. This "+" release is a remaster of his first album release ATAK000. Without hearing more than a couple-second snippet this album seems far more experimental and demanding, but Mr. Shibuya earned my trust with "for maria" so I look forward to hearing this earlier work of his in its (hopefully) newfound sonic glory.



Various artists - 初音ミク -Project DIVA Ƒ- Complete Collection [2CD+DVD]


I love the game so much. Even to this day I get emotional whenever I play it. Pop music isn't normally my thing, but the music selection in this game is apart from a couple of songs incredibly solid. Several have most certainly become my new favorites.



Isao Tomita - Symphony Ihatov


I got the hybrid SACD release a bit earlier this year and really fell in love with this symphony after hearing it a couple of times. This recently released Blu-ray recording was a no-brainer for me.

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Eve Cassidy: Live at Blues Alley, CD


The Who: Tommy, DVD-A


The Who:  Quadrephenia, Blu-Ray Audio


R.E.M.: In Time, the Best Of, DVD-A digipack


Led Zeppelin III (Deluxe CD edition), 2014 remasters

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Hooked up two copies of Oasis " lord don't slow me down" on single sided 12" 45speed vinyl for $1 each. Supposedly there's only 300 made world wide
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It's glorious (the camera on my phone cannot handle the country drone)

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Jason Mraz- We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things

RHCP- Stadium Arcadium

RHCP- By the Way

Billy Joel- The Essential Billy Joel

George Harrison- Cloud Nine

Ringo Starr- Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr

Chuck Berry- Rock n' Roll Rarities

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Simon & Garfunkel - Sounds of Silence
Steely Dan - Aja
The Beach Boys - Sunflower/Surf's Up
The Beach Boys - Today!/Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!)
The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man
The Doobie Brothers - The Captain And Me
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