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post #31 of 41
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After checking out that album, my headphones have a migraine, and my amp isn't speaking to me anymore. Thanks for that.
But that part is funny. biggrin.gif


LOOL!!! :D

 

   Its a whole challenge isnt it? :)

post #32 of 41

layout by Lahtinen, painting by Pablo Amaringo

 

 

L'amourder (aka Sielun Veljet) ‎– Softwood Music - Under Slow Pillars

 

Album from a Finish band that I someway got in my possession in the early 90's.

 

It's really bizarre but I kind of like itnormal_smile%20.gif

post #33 of 41

Probably been mentioned, but... 

 

Igorrr's album Nostril is kind of.. er.. well... completely indescribable. Just listen. 

 

post #34 of 41

Any Venetian Snares album except Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett.  Any and all Nero's Day at Disneyland albums.  Probably most Throbbing Gristle albums.  Most people would consider Skinny Puppy on a thread like this too.  All of Coil's albums.  Necro Facility...I think we can just stick all old (and in rare cases, new), true industrial music in here. :P (not the repetitive electro industrial crap we get today.  You know, the kind with the chugging, static 4-on-the-floor beats, chirpy synths that have no depth, and 1 dimensional hyper distorted whispery vocals.  Yeah.  Not that.  [/ENDRANT])

post #35 of 41

Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica

 

A difficult album to listen to, never really wanted to give much of a second listen but truly bizarre.

post #36 of 41
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Captain Beefheart & his Magic Band - Trout Mask Replica

 

A difficult album to listen to, never really wanted to give much of a second listen but truly bizarre.

This is the kind of thing I'm always hesitant to tell other people I like...but I really really do.  It reminds me of how I felt when listening to the weirder more noise influenced Skinny Puppy songs, it just sort of makes sense to me, even though to most people, it's disgusting, and "not music".  It's not as powerful and majestic and sweeping as something like Scrapyard or Knowhere?, but it's still quite good.

post #37 of 41
Suspended Animation by Fantomas is kinda weird.

Avant Hard by Add N to X as well.
post #38 of 41

I know that someone else mentioned Throbbing Gristle already, but I'll mention this little masterpiece:

 

 

Should I add that there are no Jazz Funk Greats on the album, LOL!

post #39 of 41

One, more:


PIL - Metal Box. came in a metal tin when released in the UK, four 12" singles, later released in lp format called Second Edition.

The music is wild reggae/dub influenced art-music with Lydon's vocals singing what appears to be free verse in a very monotone but obnoxious voice.

Complete punk freak out. Had the pleasure of seeing the band play this live, back in the day. Quite the treat.

post #40 of 41

Nero's Day at Disneyland: From Rotting Fantasylands. A masterpiece of chaos and noise. Some of the best music I've ever heard.

 

post #41 of 41

"Emcredible!" Look it up on iTunes lol.

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