Edited by Sduibek - 7/31/12 at 7:57am
Ohhhh my dad told me about that piece but I'd never hea-- ... uh, experienced it before. Thanks, now I'm going through playlists of his stuff on YouTube :)
The weirdest album I've ever listened to is Medulla by Bjork. She created an entire album with the human voice. She hired a few beat boxers and throat singers for the job. It really is amazing what she did with it.
This is the weirdest song off of it:
I hate being "that guy" but is this okay to reproduce in its entirety? I mean, is this an entire album that can be purchased? I don't know if HeadFi is super strict about DMCA garbage but it's worth mentioned. I couldn't care less but I know some people get their knickers in a bunch over it.
Interestingly, YouTube will flag videos that post whole albums, but rarely actually takes them down. I'm intrigued to see where such rules about copyright and (cough BS, cough cough beuraucracy) intellectual property law regarding Internet postings leads in the next few years (or decades)