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New Foals

- Yeah!!!

 

 

 

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I considered buying this album during the summer but ultimately decided against it. Today I found out that it is now being also distributed digitally on both the iTunes Store and Amazon MP3 so I decided to part with some money for the non-physical version. The two-disc compilation contains a track from both Nhato and Taishi and for that reason alone I feel this has a place in my music library.

 

I think I'll press play now.

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PJ Harvey - Let England Shake
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Afterlife | Simplicity Two Thousand

Afterlife became giants of the downtempo and Ibiza scenes as Steven Miller signed with Hed Kandi and released the album Simplicity at the tail end of 1999. Miller had already established a name for himself at Ibiza with his Café Del Mar exploits, but Afterlife raised the bar, largely due to the glorious singing voice of partner Rachel Lloyd and guest vocalist Hermione. In October of 2000, Hed Kandi issued this package: a deluxe box containing the original album, a whole slew of remixes, and a few new tunes to boot. For Ibiza this would be perfect for a trip for the beach, but it serves the listener(s) better in the late-night hours where the breeze is right, the wine is chilled, and the lights are low. Sweet sugar vocals and a deep, throbbing bass with pervasive jazzy overtones define the overall sound of the two discs put together. The effect is very smooth, sensual, and funky. For variety there is a bit of atmospheric drum'n'bass tossed in, but it's just a passing notion. The most notable tracks are the remix of "Dub in Ya Mind;" "Glide;" "Cry;" and "Deeper -- Into Places;" -- either version. Try to get a picture of Sade with 4Hero in your mind and you have this one down. Heart music, love music, intimate music; this is truly in the "for lovers only" category.

 

Emancipator Dusk to Dawn

Dusk to Dawn is a journey of spine tingling tracks, where Emancipator a.k.a. Doug Appling and Violinist Ilya Goldberg blur the lines of hip-hop, rock and trip-hop with rhythms that ignite the soul. Over the past years, the Portland, OR based electronic producer has gained a cult following across the globe with his euphoric melodies, crip layering and seductive drum patterns. Emancipator did not disappoint on his latest full-length.  Dusk to Dawn is another mix of airy ethereal trip-hop music that lets you smile your day away.

 

Tor Drum Therapy

Drum Therapy is the Trip-Hop debut album from Canadian producer Tor. It combines layers of downtempo melodic beats, organic instrumentation, and the unmistakable sounds of dusty samples. For the album, Tor mined everything from 60’s Italian film scores and long-lost Turkish psych records, to Celtic folk hymns, exotic eastern instruments and deep south gospel. He also played many of the non-sampled elements himself, and treated the sounds to give them the warmth & texture he had always wanted the album to have.

 

Reviews edited from: Lori Records and allmusic.com :)

 

 

Edited by Urbex Girl - 2/21/13 at 9:39pm
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"The Jazz Age" - The Bryan Ferry Orchestra

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Another new album for me...

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Beatles Love Album, Beets a collection of Jazz songs.
 

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On wink_face.gif what day?!

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and again...
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and again...
Sorry for double post.
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Mott The Hoople - All The Young Dudes
(1972, CBS)  Holland issue

 

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Just shy of a Prog masterpiece...  Often overlooked gem!!!

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Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

 

Afterlife | Simplicity Two Thousand

Afterlife became giants of the downtempo and Ibiza scenes as Steven Miller signed with Hed Kandi and released the album Simplicity at the tail end of 1999. Miller had already established a name for himself at Ibiza with his Café Del Mar exploits, but Afterlife raised the bar, largely due to the glorious singing voice of partner Rachel Lloyd and guest vocalist Hermione. In October of 2000, Hed Kandi issued this package: a deluxe box containing the original album, a whole slew of remixes, and a few new tunes to boot. For Ibiza this would be perfect for a trip for the beach, but it serves the listener(s) better in the late-night hours where the breeze is right, the wine is chilled, and the lights are low. Sweet sugar vocals and a deep, throbbing bass with pervasive jazzy overtones define the overall sound of the two discs put together. The effect is very smooth, sensual, and funky. For variety there is a bit of atmospheric drum'n'bass tossed in, but it's just a passing notion. The most notable tracks are the remix of "Dub in Ya Mind;" "Glide;" "Cry;" and "Deeper -- Into Places;" -- either version. Try to get a picture of Sade with 4Hero in your mind and you have this one down. Heart music, love music, intimate music; this is truly in the "for lovers only" category.

 

Emancipator Dusk to Dawn

Dusk to Dawn is a journey of spine tingling tracks, where Emancipator a.k.a. Doug Appling and Violinist Ilya Goldberg blur the lines of hip-hop, rock and trip-hop with rhythms that ignite the soul. Over the past years, the Portland, OR based electronic producer has gained a cult following across the globe with his euphoric melodies, crip layering and seductive drum patterns. Emancipator did not disappoint on his latest full-length.  Dusk to Dawn is another mix of airy ethereal trip-hop music that lets you smile your day away.

 

Tor Drum Therapy

Drum Therapy is the Trip-Hop debut album from Canadian producer Tor. It combines layers of downtempo melodic beats, organic instrumentation, and the unmistakable sounds of dusty samples. For the album, Tor mined everything from 60’s Italian film scores and long-lost Turkish psych records, to Celtic folk hymns, exotic eastern instruments and deep south gospel. He also played many of the non-sampled elements himself, and treated the sounds to give them the warmth & texture he had always wanted the album to have.

 

 

 

Beautiful albums!

"Tor - Drum Therapy" was new to me so I had a listen and I love it.

Thanks for sharing!

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Just shy of a Prog masterpiece...  Often overlooked gem!!!

Great choice!

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Yes indeed, see what happens here, I'll have to pull out both

Supertramp and Mott The Hoople after this plays away ;')

 

 

 

 

U2 - Achtung Baby (1991)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Until The End Of The World

 

Haven't seen you in quite a while 
I was down the hold just passing time 
Last time we met was a low-lit room 
We were as close together as a bride and groom 
We ate the food, we drank the wine 
Everybody having a good time 
Except you 
You were talking about the end of the world 

I took the money 
I spiked your drink 
You miss too much these days if you stop to think 
You lead me on with those innocent eyes 
You know I love the element of surprise 
In the garden I was playing the tart 
I kissed your lips and broke your heart 
You 
You were acting like it was the end of the world 

Love...love...love...love...love...love... 
Love...love...love...love...love...love... 
Love...love...love...love... 

In my dream I was drowning my sorrows 
But my sorrows, they learned to swim 
Surrounding me, going down on me 
Spilling over the brim 
Waves of regret and waves of joy 
I reached out for the one I tried to destroy 
You, you said you'd wait 


'Til the end of the world

 

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01. Zoo Station 0:00:00
02. Even Better Than The Real Thing 0:04:35
03. Salomé* 0:08:17
04. Where Did It All Go Wrong?* 0:12:49
05. One 0:16:45
06. Lady With The Spinning Head* 0:21:22
07. Satellite Of Love* 0:25:16
08. Night And Day* 0:29:17
09. Until The End Of The World 0:34:35
10. Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses 0:39:17
11. Paint It Black* 0:44:33
12. Fortunate Son* 0:47:54
13. Can't Help Falling In Love* 0:50:35
14. So Cruel 0:55:11
15. The Fly 1:01:00
16. Alex Decends Into Hell For A Bottle Of Milk/Korova 1* 1:05:30
17. Mysterious Ways 1:09:08
18. Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World 1:13:12
19. Ultra Violet (Light My Way) 1:17:05
20. Acrobat 1:22:36
21. Love Is Blindness 1:27:07
22. Blow Your House Down 1:31:29
23. Heaven And Hell 1:35:01
24. Oh Berlin 1:40:02
25. Near The Island (Instrumental) 1:44:35
26. Down All The Days 1:47:20
27. Everybody Loves A Winner 1:53:18

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Edited by Hi-Finthen - 2/21/13 at 7:22am
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