"Kollection+OI" - ELECTROCUTICA
Every time I land on this album when in shuffle mode, I always end up listening to the whole record, such a great album. :-)
Electric Masada (John Zorn): At the Mountains of Madness
Do you love Bitches Brew? Have you been looking for a jazz album of comparable invention, intensity, weirdness, size, and majesty ever since Miles Davis blew your brain with Brew? Here you go.
Dir En Grey - 輪郭 (Rinkaku)
It's totally different from their old stuff. I love it! It is a single though, so I guess that doesn't classify as a record. So here's my record of the month:
Great album. So addicting.
Hammock - Kenotic (2005) / Post Rock
I've been listening to a lot of Hammock's Kenotic. It's an awesome album. I started on Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow and then started listening to some of their other albums. There are a couple I haven't heard yet but I'm excited to get my hands on them. It's fantastic music to relax with.
this is my february album.
I'm fascinated with Nick Cave since his album, Dig Lazaraus Dig!!! went out.
His voice is hunting, his lyrics magical.
His movies and books (a scripted and an author) are uniuqe.
His latest album, Push the sky away is more of the same.
Still without a PC, and therefore, without a music library too. How can I survive like this?
If you like stuff like The Police and The Cure, this is for you.
Highlights are: Si No Fuera Por, very catchy and fun song with that one hook; Cuando Pase el Temblor, this is the most popular track from the album, has a reggae like riff reminiscent of UB40 accompanying a peruvian rhythm, check out the lyrics too; Juego de Seducción, new wave at its best; and Estoy Azulado, other than that smooth bluesy intro that struggles to fit into the rest of the song, goosebumps all the way.
This is an 80's album, expect glitter, nail polish, bad haircuts, latex and uncomprehended teen heartache to come into your mind when listening to it.
Edit: Although from a different album, I shall add En la Ciudad de la Furia to the recommendations, this is bound to get you interested in the great Soda Stereo. Look it up.
Excellent observation and I can only agree. The Hummingbird album does indeed sound very much related to the Fleet Foxes.