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The five 2013 albums I've been enjoying the most recently are:

Nails: Abandon All Life
Kvelertak: Meir
The Knife: Shaking the Habitual
James Blake: Overgrown
Kurt Vile: Wakin on a Pretty Daze

Kvelertak is an amazing Viking Metal band! What I like the most is the Foo Fighters influence.
post #152 of 297

Viking metal? Because they're from Norway? Lol. ^^

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Kvelertak is an amazing Viking Metal band! What I like the most is the Foo Fighters influence.
post #153 of 297
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Originally Posted by metalsonata View Post

Viking metal? Because they're from Norway? Lol. ^^
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Kvelertak is an amazing Viking Metal band! What I like the most is the Foo Fighters influence.

lol. No but they are Black Metal with a Foo Fighters influence.
post #154 of 297

Don't really have a problem with it morally or anything stupid like that...I just think it looks awful.

 

If anyone complains about the art just direct them towards the cover of Nevermind. Seriously...get over it.

 

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People were more concerned about the artwork. Everybody hated it, I like it. I think it is disturbing, but since it is a Pixar-like cartoon it's a bit sweeter.
post #155 of 297
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Don't really have a problem with it morally or anything stupid like that...I just think it looks awful.

If anyone complains about the art just direct them towards the cover of Nevermind. Seriously...get over it.
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People were more concerned about the artwork. Everybody hated it, I like it. I think it is disturbing, but since it is a Pixar-like cartoon it's a bit sweeter.

LOL tongue.gif. I don't have a problem with it, I remember that Kurt said that if they were going to censor the penis, it must be a sticker that said "If you're offended by this, you must be a closet pedophile.". biggrin.gif
post #156 of 297
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Don't really have a problem with it morally or anything stupid like that...I just think it looks awful.

 

If anyone complains about the art just direct them towards the cover of Nevermind. Seriously...get over it.

 


Or the poster of Landscape XX included with Frankenchrist.

post #157 of 297
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The group's self-titled debut album, which was originally expected to be released in 2012,[3] will be released on June 25, 2013 through Ipecac Recordings[4]—a label that was co-founded by Mike Patton (Faith No MoreTomahawk) and released many of Isis' albums. Palms was self-recorded and self-produced by the band members at various locations. Harris recorded, produced and mixed most of the album.[3] Joe Barresi (Queens of the Stone AgeMelvins) recorded Harris' drum tracks at his own House of Compression studio and Moreno recorded his vocals at his home studio.[2]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palms_(band)

post #158 of 297

 

 

Grouper: The Man Who Died in His Boat

More gentle, pretty psychedelic folk from Liz Harris. The Man Who Died in His Boat is even quieter and sadder than her previously released work, as if she had listened to nothing but Low, Red House Painters, and Galaxie 500 for a solid month before recording these tracks. Fans of ambient and shy female vocals should be sure to check this out.

post #159 of 297

 

French Films - White Orchid

 

Similar to Jesus & Mary Chain, Joy Division, The Cure and The Smiths.  Just as good if not better than 1st album.
 

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Laura Stevenson -Wheel

 

One of the albums that I was looking to hear this spring.  All I can say is that so far I'm very impressed and it is one of the best Americana/folk albums that I have heard this year. Laura Stevenson is extremely multi-talented and this may actually be one of the flaws on this album, if I really have to find one. 

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Daniel Romano - Come Cry With Me (2013)

 

This is brand new country music, but it's old. What's so refreshing about it is that Daniel Romano doesn't sing with a fake Southern accent and he isn't backed by a pop rock band like today's faux-country Nashville stars. He sings in a clear voice with traditional instrumentation. This record is for people who like old school country. It sounds like it could have been made around 1970.

post #162 of 297

I wish that I had an outfit like that ^

post #163 of 297
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Daniel Romano - Come Cry With Me (2013)

 

This is brand new country music, but it's old. What's so refreshing about it is that Daniel Romano doesn't sing with a fake Southern accent and he isn't backed by a pop rock band like today's faux-country Nashville stars. He sings in a clear voice with traditional instrumentation. This record is for people who like old school country. It sounds like it could have been made around 197

 

 

 

I have listened to this album a couple of times and I'm extremely impressed by the the sound quality of this album and particular the vocal clarity.

 

Stunningly produced and this album in may ways does sound like it was released the same month as The Byrds album "Sweetheart Of The Rodeo" or Buffalo Springfields "Buffalo Springfields Again".  All favorites of mine near same genre, all released more than forty years ago!

 

So absolutely a huge thumb up from my best hand. Yes, the outfit and lyrics immediately can seems kind of corny corny.. But I do absolutely enjoy the retro and honesty, brilliant release in 2013..


Edited by Jupiterknight - 4/30/13 at 10:18pm
post #164 of 297

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Howe Gelb - Dust Bowl 

 

We all know who he is.. so no introduction and he is still right on target and this time with a very minimalistic interpretation of  the great Americana music. 

Cool, honest and I'm probably the only one who likes this album.

post #165 of 297
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Wayne Hancock - Ride (2013)

 

From Amazon:

 

"Produced by Wayne and his longtime producer/collaborator Lloyd Maines (Uncle Tupelo, Wilco, Dixie Chicks, Joe Ely), Ride further cements Wayne's life-long calling ["All I want to do is play the Joints 'til the day I die"] as a modern-day traditionalist through his signature mixture of roadhouse blues, hepcat boogie, rockabilly, and juke joint swing. As Hank III once said, "Wayne Hancock has more Hank Sr. in him than either I or Hank Williams Jr. He is the real deal." Ride is built on a vibe that is at once more direct and personal than those of his previous Bloodshot releases Viper of Melody (2009), Tulsa (2006), Swing Time (2003), and A-Town Blues (2001). "The album is an organic reaction to life's challenges ... these are not sad songs," the South TX native said of his 8th overall album and 5th for Bloodshot."

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