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    Re: WHAT ARE YOU CURRENTLY EATING/CRAVING?

    I had to make some breakfast this morning to calm my frayed nerves after the fucking construction woke me up for the fourth day in a row, so I had some applewood smoked bacon, cheesy scrambled eggs...
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    Re: Schoolio's Movie Corner

    Joanna Newsom!
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    Re: The 2014 MLB Thread

    The As are trying like hell to lose it.
  4. Re: Lets collectively, drunkenly, come to a consensus about the 70s

    Skip the title track. Unless you're into experimental acapella recordings, it won't be for you. That said, there is some serious psych fuckery on the rest of that crazy, brilliant record.

    Cue...
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    Question one: Are you a fan of Krautrock (think Can, NEU!, Faust, early Kraftwerk)?

    Question two: Have you heard that album? If question 1 is answered in the affirmative, then I can absolutely,...
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    She has interesting stuff and would definitely be right up the alley of people who like Devendra Banhart, early Joanna Newsom, Vetiver, Espers, etc. I think of her, Karen Dalton and Vashti Bunyan as...
  7. Re: The Thread Where You Name an Artist and Someone Else Recommends an Album

    Tramp would be where I'd start.
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    I jumped on the 1971 playlist and added some of my favorites from that year, including Isaac Hayes, Can, Fela Kuti, Faces, Booker T. and the MGs and Flower Travellin' Band.

    No Yoko Ono - Fly,...
  9. Re: The Thread In Which We Post Our Facebook Friends' Annoying Status Updates

    http://numat.jsi.com/ProgramAreas/Images/TBgrainsackpg3_000.jpg
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    Wow. When I saw them recently they were fantastic. I can't picture Verlaine putting on a set that terrible that it'd make me have anything less than absolute adoration for that album.
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    Re: Tell Us About 2014 Releases

    That sounds more like what I remember.
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    I found that odd. I suppose, at a cursory glance, 0 and 8 look similar.
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    That Spotify tip is awesome, and let me to realize that C'est Chic by Chic was from 1970. Holy shit that was ahead of its time.

    Edit: or, Spotify is way off. 1978 makes so much more sense.
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    Re: Tell Us About 2014 Releases

    Really?

    My dad is really into the new Ty Segall.
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    Re: Thom Yorke - New Solo Album

    Being conservative, with Dylan I'd say Time Out of Mind and Love and Theft, although the ones after those were excellent as well. For Cash, American Records and Unchained are both killers, and I'm...
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    Damn, I haven't done my 1970 list yet. Here is:

    Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
    Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
    The Stooges - Fun House
    Neil Young - After the Gold Rush
    The Velvet Underground -...
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    Re: Thom Yorke - New Solo Album

    Son House. Mississippi John Hurt. Bob Dylan. Johnny Cash. Sonic Youth. Bob Pollard.

    I could probably go all day. Post-40 folks can rock.
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    Wait, that doesn't look like Marquee Moon.
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    Re: Tell Us About 2014 Releases

    That's why they're fuckin' you.
  20. Thread: Upcoming Shows

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    Re: Upcoming Shows

    Linkin Park?
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    Sticky: Re: Dynamic Top Albums of 2014

    Richard D. James and Steve Albini both disagree with that.

    For that matter, so does Ought, and probably White Lung and Pallbearer.
  22. Re: The Thread In Which We Post Our Facebook Friends' Annoying Status Updates

    Let's see them. I just got paid, I have a house to myself this weekend, and I love pot pie.
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    Re: The Official Metal Thread

    I really need to listen to that. I'll finally have time this weekend I think.

    New Windhand and Dawnbringer songs were released today. They are both fucking great.
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    Re: The 2014 MLB Thread

    Dodgers game last night was a blast. Got to watch Kershaw support his own cause to start a Dodgers rally, got to see the Dodgers clench the NL West AND got to see them beat the Giants silly to take...
  25. Thread: Board restored

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    Re: Board restored

    Don't worry guys, I slept through whatever happened. It's fine.
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    Re: The 2014 MLB Thread

    My brother bought us tickets to tonight's game, so we're headed south soon.
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    Lungfish is a band that really played up consistency and a constant focus on developing one style. So pretty much any of their albums is equally good as a way to enter their catalog. I quite like...
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    Re: Next time you try to look hot...

    She looks happy.
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    Re: New Aphex Twin Album: SYRO

    Okay, so after my 8th or 9th or whateverth listen, I am just floored. RDJ states a couple times in the Pitchfork interview that he sees this album as not having the more experimental drum beats or...
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    I'm going through now and adding a few things from 1970 that are worth listening to.
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    Apparently I do. Is Back Stabbers the record we listened to last time I visited?
  32. Thread: Upcoming Shows

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    Re: Upcoming Shows

    I saw Danzig Legacy, where he did the Samhain with most of the original members. It was great. Danzig really sold it.
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    Re: New Aphex Twin Album: SYRO

    For any big releases like this I wanna get five listens in before I have an opinion, but I've enjoyed my first two listens.
  34. Thread: FYF 2014

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    Sticky: Re: FYF 2014

    He's a really cool dude. That's awesome.
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    Re: Tell Us About 2014 Releases

    -You came in me!
    -He came in you?!
    -What'd you think I was gonna do?
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    Re: Official CD/LP purchases thread

    Thrifting and Orange County

    Frank Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim - Francis Albert Sinatra and Antonio Carlos Jobim
    Johnny Cash - The Walls of a Prison
    Johnny Cash - The World of Johnny Cash...
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    I had to go back and check to make sure I had Isaac and Curtis, and the Meters as well. I did forget the first Slave record. That's a beast.

    As far as the O'Jays, they released two or three...
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    You're probably right on Peter Gabriel. As far as Singles Going Steady, Hatful of Hollow, things like that, I'd include them on my lists because, for most people, that was how they first heard those...
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    Re: Official CD/LP purchases thread

    I hope this means the start of a full reissue series. I really want to get Holy Money, Children of God and The Great Annihilator
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    I like this whole not-thought-out, gut reaction list thing:

    Fela Kuti - Zombie
    Harry Nilsson - Nilsson Schmilsson
    Paul and Linda McCartney - Ram
    Wings - Band on the Run
    John Lennon - Plastic...
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    Re: THE Replacements.

    I thought that they played it at the first (or second) show and Westerberg couldn't remember the words.
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    The fuck? I would have never pegged you as a Fall fan, Tommy. The miracle of the 70s, bringing people together one cantankerous Mancunian (or is it Liverpudian?) at a time.
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    On The Corner should never be prefaced with maybe. That is the darkest funk shredder ever. So good.
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    I think I said this in the 60s thread, but my problem with the critical chaos that comes specifically with the 60s monoculture idol records is that the levels of hyperbole and gushing praise have...
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    Grover Washington Jr. - Mister Magic!
    Lonnie Liston Smith - Cosmic Funk!
    James "Blood" Ulmer - Tales of Captain Black!
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    I looked back and realized it's really only the Spirit, Santana and Mott the Hoople albums I'm not familiar with. I guess what is different for me is that the 70s canon is wider in its breadth and...
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    Re: The Default Thread: Music Edition.

    I put on Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan, and when the title track started, I thought, "This is the most 'blues' guitar solo that I've ever heard, it's almost cliche," and then I realized it was...
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    Poll: Re: Thoughts on Bruce Springsteen @ Coachella?

    I haven't heard Tunnel of Love, but otherwise this looks about right.
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    Re: Tell Us About 2014 Releases

    Guys, we need to talk. Everyone sit down for a second.

    So, Dude Incredible is coming out on Tuesday. Shellac has been one of my favorite bands for about a decade, but one thing I'd say is that...
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    Ditch trilogy Boiiiiii.

    But yeah, Rust Never Sleeps is probably my number 2 for the 70s, behind Marquee Moon by Television.
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