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Old Aug 7, 2007, 06:27 PM #1 of 201
Safri Duo - Episode II
Label: MCA
Released: June 26, 2001
Genre: Electronic dance music with REAL DRUMS



Tracklist:

1. Played-A-Live (The Bongo Song)
2. Snakefood
3. A-Gusta
4. Samb-Adagio
5. Everything
6. Everything Epilogue
7. Crazy Benny
8. Baya Baya
9. Adagio

Review:

Honestly, when I first heard the first track on the album, I wasn't as much of a fan of electronic and dance music as I am now. Something about the song floored me, and it's a rather nice and infectious piece. While the whole album doesn't stay at quite that quality level, it's generally a very good album; highlights are the two random classically influenced pieces in the middle and end and Crazy Benny and Everything.

Get it here

Jam it back in, in the dark.
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Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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Old Nov 12, 2007, 07:46 PM #2 of 201
Innocence & Despair: The Langley Schools Music Project
Label: Bar/None Records
Released: 2001
Genre: Outsider/Pop Covers by Elementary School Kids/Pop Genius



Tracks:
1. Venus and Mars/Rock Show
2. Good Vibrations
3. God Only Knows
4. Space Oddity
5. The Long and Winding Road (Soloist: Joy Jackson)
6. Band on the Run
7. I'm into Something Good
8. In My Room
9. Saturday Night
10. I Get Around
11. Mandy
12. Help Me, Rhonda
13. Desperado (Soloist: Shelia Behman)
14. You're So Good to Me
15. Sweet Caroline
16. To Know Him Is to Love Him
17. Rhiannon
18. Wildfire
19. Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem of World Contact Day) (Soloist: Tina van de Weteringe Buys)

Review:

This is what you get when it's the mid-seventies and your elementary school has a hippie for a music teacher. Almost every instrument and voice heard on this album is played (or sung) by a student from schools in Langley, B.C. This is stripped down, raw, and so utterly enjoyable, I can't imagine listening to this without a smile on one's face. Lo-Fi at its finest. Seriously. Words really can't do this thing justice.

We Are Your Friends


William Shatner - The Transformed Man
Label: Geffen Records (Reissue)
Date: 2004 (Reissue)
Genre: Shatner.



Tracks:
1. King Henry the Fifth / Elegy For the Brave
2. Theme From Cyrano / Mr. Tambourine Man
3. Hamlet / It Was a Very Good Year
4. Romeo and Juliet / How Insensitive (Insensatez)
5. Spleen / Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds
6. The Transformed Man

Review:
Here it is: one of the most famous things ever, if only for the covers of Tambourine Man and Lucy in the Sky. It's Shatner doing spoken word over ridiculously 60's orchestrations. Honestly, I don't think his word's that bad . . . well, it wouldn't be as bad on-stage as it is on this CD or on TV. Seriously. This thing is awesome, and required listening.
MR. TAMBOURINE MAN

There's nowhere I can't reach.
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.

Last edited by wvlfpvp; Nov 12, 2007 at 08:30 PM.
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Old Jun 1, 2008, 06:15 PM 1 #3 of 201
Moxy Früvous - Bargainville
Label: Warner Music Canada, Atlantic Records
Released: July 20, 1993
Genre: Folk-pop-rock/Fucking Awesome



Tracklist:
1. River Valley
2. Stuck in the 90's
3. B.J. Don't Cry
4. Video Bargainville
5. Fell in Love
6. The Lazy Boy
7. My Baby Loves a Bunch of Authors
8. The Drinking Song
9. Morphée
10. King of Spain
11. Darlington Darling
12. Bittersweet
13. Laika
14. Spiderman
15. Gulf War Song

Review:
OK, so here's something I promised a long time ago: the debut album by awesome Canadian band Moxy Früvous. Seriously, in terms of Canadian bands that I can think of, they're better than Rush and everything Barenaked Ladies did besides Gordon (that album's fucking fantastic and one of the best pop/rock albums I've ever heard). In terms of style, they're FUN AS HELL, having a really smart sense of humor, incredible usage of instrumentation, and . . . dammit, they're just fun. Most songs feature all four of the band members singing, with a few (King of Spain, Spiderman, Gulf War Song) being almost entirely a capella.

Oh, and if you haven't heard King of Spain, you haven't lived.

I have a college pal who / Says we can pay one price for two / Just ask for Roger / At VIDEO BARGAINVILLE

This thing is sticky, and I don't like it. I don't appreciate it.
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.

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Old Jul 8, 2008, 11:46 PM #4 of 201
Project 86 - Truthless Heroes
Label: Atlantic Records
Release Date: September 24, 2002
Genre: Spoken word/hardcore



Tracklist:
01. Little Green Men
02. Caught in the Middle
03. Know What It Means
04. Salem's Suburbs
05. ...A Word from Our Sponsors
06. S.M.C.
07. Team Black
08. Your Heroes Are Dead
09. ...To Brighten Your Day
10. Another Boredom Movement
11. Bottom Feeder
12. Shelter Me (Mercury)
13. ...And Help You Sleep
14. Last Meal
15. Soma
16. Hollow Again
17. ...With Regards, T.H.

Review

So yeah, more of the offshoot brand of hardcore that is Project 86. Even more musically compact/expansive than Drawing Black Lines, this album's conceptual; while the other album I posted WAY back railed against hypocrisy (among other things), this one's about losing oneself to excess (consumerism, gluttony, lust). It even stirred up some bullshit about how they "can't be a Christian band" because they don't talk about Jesus and stuff; because it's mostly anger, y'know, THAT'S NOT GODLY. Musically, it's more melodic, while just as hard as before. There's no wonderfully heavy noise thing at the end of the album, but there's some strange ambiance in the form of four filler tracks (one ends out the album). I swear the guest vocalist on track 14 is King Soloman from Stavesacre. Highlights are the opening track, track 10 (holy god, the ending) and the ending suite of tracks 15 and 16 (the album COULD have ended after "Soma," but then they go ahead and explode out to the end and it's fantastic).

In the end all you sold us was BOREDOM

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It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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Old Aug 4, 2008, 05:31 PM #5 of 201
Jesse Sykes & The Sweet Hereafter - Like, Love, Lust & the Open Halls of the Soul
Label: Barsuk/Southern Lord
Release Date: February 6, 2007
Genre: Dark Country/Rock/Stuff



Tracklist:
01. Eisenhower Moon
02. LLL
03. You Might Walk Away
04. The Air Is Thin
05. Spectral Beings
06. How Will We Know?
07. Hard Not To Believe
08. Aftermath
09. Station Grey
10. I Like The Sound
11. Morning, It Comes
12. The Open Halls Of The Soul

Review:

From Amazon because I haven't actually listened to the whole album yet, but I love her sound so much.

Quote:
Jesse Sykes is hard to pin down--and that's a good thing indeed. She overlaps with current trends, but is completely her own artist. There are elements of alt-country, psych-folk, and singer-songwriter-troubadour, but also others that add alluring breadth to her sound, most notably in the band's penchant for drawing upon the best aspects of Haight-Ashbury ballroom sonics. "How Will We Know" swirls and builds with guitar tones that evoke John Cippolina (Quicksilver Messenger Service) and Barry Melton (Country Joe & the Fish). Sykes has taken those sounds (which were often the best part of the era's rather feeble cowboy machismo) and added finesse, poetics, and a woman's vantage point. Her lyrics are rife with cold winds and loneliness, but never without hope, even if that element is handled by the warm glow of the music. The band is a sympathetically balanced entity with supple power and grace. They move between loud and soft without the now cliched extreme dramatics originally pioneered by the Pixies--another example of Sykes eschewing trends and forging her own path.
Holy christ, her voice.

Download here

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It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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Old Mar 26, 2009, 06:44 PM #6 of 201
The Wesley Willis Fiasco - spookydisharmoniousconflicthellride
Label: Urban Legends
Release date: 1992, rereleased September 10, 1996
Genre: Wesley Willis + punk. Fuck yes.



Tracklist:
  1. Get On The Bus
  2. I'm Doing It Well On The Side Of The REA
  3. Pop That Pussy
  4. Casper The Homosexual Friendly Ghost
  5. I Can't Drive
  6. He's Doing Time In Jail
  7. Bar Is Closed, The
  8. Jesus Is The Answer
  9. Blood, Guts & Fire Trucks
  10. She Loves Me Truly
  11. Drink That Whiskey
  12. Steve Albini
  13. Steve Albini (reprise)
  14. I'm Sorry That I Got Fat

Review:
Umm. Yeah. This is Wesley Willis. With his punk band. That should be all you need to know to download this album. If you don't know what I mean by that, then you need to download the album. You get my drift?

CASPER THE HOMOSEXUAL FRIENDLY GHOST

What kind of toxic man-thing is happening now?
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
wvlfpvp
I'm going to write the most erotic, graphic, freakiest friend fiction ever


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Old Jul 15, 2009, 05:36 PM 1 #7 of 201
Sunn O))) - Monoliths & Dimensions
Label: Ideologic Organ & Southern Lord
Release Date: May 18, 2009
Genre: Drone



Tracklist:
  1. Aghartha
  2. Big Church [megszentségteleníthetetlenségeskedéseitekért]
  3. Hunting & Gathering (Cydonia)
  4. Alice

Review:
OK, y'all. If you haven't been able to get into Sunn (and/or drone in general), this might be the album to do it. It's their drone/feedback sound, done up with orchestral (mostly wind instruments) arrangements. The result is something both heavier and darker than even the darkest moments on Black One, and even more melodic than "The Sinking Belle" off of Altar.

Most startling is the back and forth between the choir and metal in Big Church (which eventually turns into a chant; the feeling is simultaneously immensely sacrilegious and incredibly sacred), and the incredible feeling of hope brought in the minimalistic horn/trombone chords and runs at the end of Alice. Fantastic album.

Get it here

FELIPE NO
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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Old Jul 21, 2009, 10:32 PM 1 #8 of 201
Cream - The Very Best of
Label: Polydor
Release: May 9, 1995
Genre: Blues-rock



Tracklist:
  1. Wrapping Paper
  2. I Feel Free
  3. N.S.U.
  4. Sweet Wine
  5. I'm So Glad
  6. Spoonful
  7. Strange Brew
  8. Sunshine of Your Love
  9. Tales of Brave Ulysses
  10. SWALBR
  11. We're Going Wrong
  12. White Room
  13. Sitting on Top of the World
  14. Politician
  15. Those Were the Days
  16. Born Under a Bad Sign
  17. Deserted Cities of the Heart
  18. Crossroads
  19. Anyone for Tennis
  20. Badge

Review:
Umm. Yeah. Hopefully no review is needed, as IT'S CREAM. Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker. If you don't have these songs, go ahead and grab this album.

There will be a quiz.

Bum, bum, bum, b-bum bum (I Feel Free)



William Shatner - Has Been
Label: Shout! Factory
Release: October 5, 2004
Genre: Shatner + Ben Folds = WIN



Tracklist:
  1. Common People
  2. It Hasn't Happened Yet
  3. You'll Have Time
  4. That's Me Trying
  5. What Have You Done
  6. Together
  7. Familiar Love
  8. Ideal Woman
  9. Has Been
  10. I Can't Get Behind That
  11. Real

Review:
Well. It's William Shatner doing spoken word stuff, as is his wont. The difference between this and Transformed Man are A: no dramatic monologues from various plays, B: the only cover is of Pulp's "Common People" instead of odd arrangements of psychedelic tunes, and C: the majority of the music is written or arranged by Ben Folds (who is awesome). Shatner's voice is also much more level on this album; while Transformed Man is a great example of how something might sound good on-stage but awful when recorded and beamed straight into your ears (resulting in one of my favorite guilty-pleasure albums ever), his speech on Has Been has a fantastic flow to it. He uses it both naturally and self-parodically, depending on the general feel of the song, and occasionally one can find themselves simply relaxing into his speech. There are various guest artists on the album, including Brad Paisley (who also has writing credits for the final track), Aimee Mann, HENRY ROLLINS (fuck yes) and Lemon Jelly.

Some of the more striking tracks are the gospel-flavored "You'll Have Time," the unaccompanied poem on his wife's death "What Have You Done," and the blast of a rant shared with Rollins, "I Can't Get Behind That." All in all, it's a highly enjoyable listen.

I CAN'T GET BEHIND A FAT ASS



Fear of Pop: Volume 1
Label: 550
Release: November 17, 1998
Genre: Studio Production FUN/Pop/Experimental/Varied



Tracklist:
  1. Fear of Pop
  2. Kops
  3. Slow Jam '98
  4. In Love (feat. William Shatner)
  5. Interlude
  6. Avery M. Powers Memorial Beltway
  7. I Paid My Money
  8. Rubber Sled
  9. Root to This
  10. Still in Love (feat. William Shatner)

Review:
More Ben Folds & Shatner for you! In this case, we have some WTF musical shit going on, and, at times, it seems that Folds, John Mark Painter (of Fleming and John (and Fleming's on the album too) and Caleb Southern are playing the studio like it's a new toy. The result is fantastically fun, and extremely enjoyable... unless you go into listening to the album expecting some normal piano-pop-punk, like a lot of folks who knew Folds was involved. ANECDOTE: one of my friends, who was as much a Ben Folds Five freak as I was, absolutely hated this album when it came out, going so far as to say "fuck Fear of Pop." I disagreed.

I PAID MY MONEY, AND I'M GONNA SEE ALL THE MOVIE

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Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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Old May 26, 2010, 10:13 PM #9 of 201
Joanna Newsom - Have One On Me
Label: Drag City
Release: February 23, 2010
Genre: Folk/Blues/Joanna Newsom



Tracklist:

Disc 1
  1. Easy
  2. Have One on Me
  3. '81
  4. Good Intentions Paving Company
  5. No Provenance
  6. Baby Birch

Disc 2:
  1. On a Good Day
  2. You and Me, Bess
  3. In California
  4. Jackrabbits
  5. Go Long
  6. Occident

Disc 3:
  1. Soft As Chalk
  2. Esme
  3. Autumn
  4. Ribbon Bows
  5. Kingfisher
  6. Does Not Suffice

Review:

I don't quite know how to describe this album. It's bluesy, it's folky, it's got some really nice jazz stuff going on, and then... she plays the harp. Not on every track; she also accompanies herself on piano at times. Her voice is softer, less harsh than on Ys that came before. Her stories still don't always make a lot of sense (I don't know if I'm quite literary enough to get all of the allusions), but I don't care.

The first disc is probably the best out of the three (but it's all still good) with the "fun" story of "Have One on Me," the catchy piano riffing and chorus of "Good Intentions Paving Company" and the gorgeous ode to an aborted fetus "Baby Birch." At least I think that's what the song's about. YMMV. Still, the rest of the album is rather enjoyable, so go on, give it a listen.

But when you come see me / In California / You cross the borders of my heart

Jam it back in, in the dark.
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
wvlfpvp
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Old Jul 27, 2011, 05:29 PM #10 of 201
I apologize for not following my standard format.

First: an album for the smallest number of you:


Giant Claw - Eraser's Fantasy

This is a massive prog-ish chip thing that was released on || last year that I've only recently been able to appreciate its complete fabulousness. It's loud, it's cohesive, and it's ... well, it's just absolutely great. Really. I can't recommend this harder. At the same time, I know most folks won't like it, so here's a caveat: it's clipped to hell. I can't tell if it's intentional or not, either. Still, this fact doesn't put me off of trying to get folks to listen to it.

Go download it for free from ||

Second: an album for everyone, but you might not go for it just because:


The Bran Flakes - I Have Hands

This is sample based music at its most insane, crazyhappy finest. The album is simply fun. I can't really explain what it is about these guys, but they make me happy. If you don't believe me, here's a video: CLICK. The album is available on Illegal Art's "Pay What You Want" shop, so it is also available for free (just put 0) in the payment slot when you choose the download:

You have to scroll to the album picture in the little thingy at the bottom, and when you click it, it should automatically be added to your shopping cart.

And finally, for everyone, no holds barred:


Sesame Road

It's Sesame Street music. Specifically, songs that sound like/are parodies of popular songs. You need it.

You get it here

There's nowhere I can't reach.
It was lunchtime at Wagstaff.
Touching butts had been banned by the evil Headmaster Frond.
Suddenly, Tina Belcher appeared in the doorway.
She knew what she had to do.
She touched Jimmy Jr's butt and changed the world.
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