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Warren Zevon - Dirty Life and Times

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Wu-Tang Forever (Explicit)

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[-]by Gregory Heaney

Opeth frontman Mikael Åkerfeldt and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson bring their prog powers as a duo on the self-titled debut of their new project, Storm Corrosion. Longtime admirers and musical collaborators, with Wilson acting as producer on some of Opeth's groundbreaking albums and Åkerfeldtappearing on some Porcupine Tree tracks, it was only a matter of time before these two made the jump from guests to co-conspirators on a new musical venture. The end product is something altogether different from what fans of either band might expect, moving away from the rock and metal of the pair's main gigs in favor of a more flowing and expansive folk-touched sound. These spacious musical boundaries give the album a beautiful, dreamlike feeling as it drifts from track to track with a measured pace that shows off the highly refined songwriting ability being put to use on the record. Given the nature of their earlier collaborations, fans diving into Storm Corrosion expecting a sequel to Blackwater Park are going to be disappointed as they unexpectedly hit the shallow end of the pool, but even though the album doesn't sound much like the metal masterpiece, that doesn't make it unworthy of a listener's attention, and anyone open-minded enough to approach the project without any expectations will be quickly swept off into the spacious perennial twilight created by these two master craftsmen.

 

 

 

 

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Arguably one of the best prog albums I've heard. Quiet room music. And also, the bumps in the second song made me turn around thinking someone was behind me! XD

 

 

As for me.....

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Wu-Tang Forever (Explicit)

 

Must be Saturday night, you ain't playin' around! ksc75smile.gif

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Great band, now what I don't understand is why this band is not in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. If Joan Jett makes it in the RnR HOF (I Love Rock N Roll is a rock classic?????), but not these guys then that is a joke.

 

 

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The Chicago

Transit Authority

(1970)

 

/// This Chicago song is genius!! It hides the fact that the World was in chaos, in 1969!

The Vietnam war was still raging, race riots, Hippy conscription/draft war protests,

the threat of destruction from the Soviet Union, decent men being assasinated,

2 Kennedy's & Martin Luther King! This beautiful Jazz song says so much, in it's innocence ...

 

 

 

Documentary from 1970's NBC's 'First Tuesday' news magazine show.

 

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There's some really s-l-o-w entries that leave one scratching their head. Especially, when certain artists aren't even in.

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Tupac Shakur - ready 4 whatever

Gil Scott Heron - I'll take care of you / bottle

 

 

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Various Artists - Putumayo Presents: India (2009) 44.1 kHz

 

India

 

 

 

 

Oumou Sangare - Moussoulou (1999) 44.1 kHz

Moussoulou

 

 

 

Various Artists - Adventures in Afropea 3 (1995) 44.1 kHz

 

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Now playing..."Vinzinha Ka Bale" (My neighbor is no good) - Jacinta Sanches

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"Field Report" - Field Report


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Tupac Shakur - ready 4 whatever

Gil Scott Heron - I'll take care of you / bottle

 

 

 

You made me pull this one out.

 

 

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The Crystal Method - Legion of Boom (2003)

 

The Chemical Brothers - Push the Button (2005)

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