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    Which Gilberto Gil self-titled? By my count he has three legit self-titled releases and three more that are live albums with titles like Gilberto Gil Au Vivo. And if that's vinyl you mind me asking how much?
    I got the 1971 album. Both are on vinyl, and they both cost $40. The owner's wife had spent 5 weeks in Rio collecting records for Wombleton. The majority of it is pretty heavily picked through, but still definitely worth checking out!

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    Jesus. That is an insanely low price for that record. SO jealous.
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    Over the past month and including xmas gifts -

    Arcade Fire - Funeral
    Arcade Fire - the Suburbs (x2)
    Arcade Fire - Neon Bible

    the Black Keys - El Camino
    the Black Keys - Brothers
    the Black Keys - Rubber Factory
    the Black Keys - Attack & Release

    Ray Charles - Ray Charles
    Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane - Thelonious Monk with John Coltrane
    The Psychedelic Furs - Forever Now
    David Bowie - Hunky Dory

    the Pharcyde - Bizarre Ride II the Pharcyde
    Sage Francis - Human the Death Dance
    Sage Francis - Slow Down Ghandi
    Atmosphere - Trying To Find A Balance
    Various - We Came From Beyond, Vol. 2
    Jurassic 5 - Jurassic 5 EP (which for some reason had two copies inside)

    Son Of Raw - A Black Man In Space
    Todd Terje - It's the Arps EP
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    Gave....10th anny Turn on your Bright lights --Interpol 2lp/DVD
    White Stripes--Hotel Yorba, Live at the hotel Yorba 7"

    Stoked for both!

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    I sold one CD on Discogs for $125 bucks, so I used some of that money to place an order tonight:

    Queens of the Stone Age - Rated X (Rated R deluxe reissue)
    The Byrds - Sweetheart of the Rodeo (180 repress)
    Pallbearer - Sorrow and Extinction
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    Damn! What CD was that?

    The Velvet Underground - VU LP

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    Colin Meloy - Colin Meloy Sings Morrissey. It was a handmade edition of 1000 that he sold on his first solo tour. I didn't need it, and someone else really wanted it.
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    Clearly.

    And that's some shitty business with the Dark Star 7", Bryan, but I was pretty much expecting that. How does the rest of the set sound?


    EDIT: Let me know how that Byrds repress sounds, I've nearly bought that many times.
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    Kevin Drumm - Relief

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    that record is great... but this is his crowning release this year... and it has been a very, very busy year for mr. drumm.

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    The guy is always churning out great stuff. I'll probably pick up Crowded at some point. It makes sense that you'd like it more, too, due to what I know about your taste i.e. you seem to be more into the musique concrete stuff.

    I really love Relief though, it's just such an affecting mixture of pretty ambient drones and harsh noise attacks. When I emailed him to order it, he remarked that it's pressed at 45 RPM and "I won't listen to it again, but I think I might have liked it even more at 33", haha.

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    that's great. i've listened to both Relief and Crowded at the wrong speeds. Dying Air was also a great one from this year... i should dig out those cassettes again.

    the main reason I dig Crowded is it capitalizes on many of his recent strengths. as far as the harsh wall of noise stuff goes, I doubt he'll ever be able to top self-titled and Sheer Hellish Miasma in my book... so I'm happy to see him take new directions as always.

    i assume you've listened to Imperial Distortion? if not, definitely check it out for some more faces of his music.

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    Oh yeah, I have. I've bought some of his self-released stuff this year too. In fact that reminds me that I have a 2x CS I bought from him I haven't listened to; I should get on that.

    I regret skipping his set at Hopscotch to see Jacaszek. Jacaszek was cool and all, and I went with him since he's from Poland and probably won't be around the US in the foreseeable future, but my love for Kevin Drumm has grown a lot between then and now.

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    Jacaszek never plays... i probably would have made the same choice. Drumm does destroy live though, and he's played a lot less frequently in recent years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greghead View Post
    Clearly.

    And that's some shitty business with the Dark Star 7", Bryan, but I was pretty much expecting that. How does the rest of the set sound?


    EDIT: Let me know how that Byrds repress sounds, I've nearly bought that many times.
    The rest of the set is specfuckintacular. The b-side, a different take on Born Cross-Eyed, is great. It was my first time hearing the first album and Anthems and they both rocked me. The best thing in the whole set is the original mix of Aoxomoxoa. I'd only ever heard Lesh's 71 remix and it absolutely pales in comparison to the psychedelic original version.
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    Ha, yes. So wacky and indicative of their headspace at the time. Listening to the og mixes of those the "Anthem" & "Aoxomoxa" reminds me a lot of "After Bathing at Baxter's," a record I absolutely love.

    EDIT: "Anthem" was the second Dead release I ever listened to and was like, "what the fuck is going on here?" I'm glad you dig, hardly anyone thinks of them as a legitimate psych band, but their early shit is pretty out there.
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    Christmas + record shopping:

    CD:
    Smashing Pumpkins - Pisces Iscariot (remastered box)

    LP:
    William Basinski - The Disintegration Loops
    Deep Wound - Deep Wound
    Dinosaur L - 24 -> 24 Music
    Godspeed! You Black Emperor - Hallelujah! Don't Bend, Ascend
    Shoes - One in Versailles
    Shoes - Bazooka
    Smashing Pumpkins - Pisces Iscariot
    The Velvet Underground - Scepter Studio Sessions

    A handful of thoughts on this stuff:
    -The Basinski and Dinosaur L sets are fucking beautiful.
    -Pisces is another well-done Pumpkins remaster. This shit sounds so much better.
    -The Shoes reissues are really beautifully done as well. Need to listen to determine how they sound but they look great.

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    I went buckwild today throughout LA and got a bunch of stuff I've been interested in for some time:

    Nails - Obscene Humanity 7"
    Descendents - Everything Sucks
    Hawkwind - Warrior On the Edge of Time (Red bootleg vinyl)
    Royal Thunder - CVI
    Municipal Waste - The Fatal Feast (Waste in Space) (green vinyl)
    Pig Destroyer - Book Burner
    Daughn Gibson - All Hell
    The Germs - (GI) (180 Gram repress)
    Faust - So Far (Four Men With Bears repress)
    Ramones - Ramones (180 Gram repress)
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    From listening tonight:

    Nails - Hot damn this is one hell of a 7". They pound out some next-level grind/death/hardcore stuff over the course of three songs, initially from their inaugural 12" and redone here in better quality and better performance. Ugly music played hideously.

    Pig Destroyer - Definitely top 10 of the year. Probably top 5 to be honest. They just murder every riff, and somehow make a few catchy grindcore songs.

    Ramones - Definitely top 10 of all time. Probably top 5 to be honest. One listen was enough to make me question why it took me so long to buy this album on vinyl. Not their best (Rocket To Russia) but definitely their most immediate and bracing.

    Municipal Waste - I'd never heard them before, and they have a ton of fun on this. Drunken thrash metal with some hilarious lyrics. Beer and solos abound, and I couldn't be happier with the results.

    Faust - Goddamn I forgot how great this album is. I've owned the first one and IV for years, but this is the one where they hit their peak. Daddy, take the banana, tomorrow is Sunday.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wmgaretjax View Post
    that record is great... but this is his crowning release this year... and it has been a very, very busy year for mr. drumm.
    On your recommendation, just bought:

    Kevin Drumm - Crowded

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    Finally found an affordable new copy of Bjork's Post on vinyl from CDUniverse - $23 and it was their last copy. They say it was issued in 2007, so I don't know if it's the 180g reissue, or the limited 200g DMM, or neither, but I don't much care being that I've been looking for this album on vinyl for a while now.
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    William Basinski - Shortwavemusic 1/4" tape reel on auris apothecary

    hard to pass up as silly as it is on first glance.

    oh and:

    La Monte Young + Theatre Of Eternal Music - Raag Bhairava lp
    La Monte Young - Untitled lp

    i assume both are bootlegs... but whatever, never thought I'd own any proper la monte young records.
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    Auris Apothecary cracks me up.

    LP:
    Cat Power - The Covers Record
    Cold Cave - Cherish the Light Years
    Earth - Earth 2
    Murder City Devils - Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts
    Television - The Blow-Up

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballarl View Post
    Auris Apothecary cracks me up.
    yeah. they have some insane releases. when they really try though, the editions are absolutely stunning (both of the black mountain transmitter releases come to mind).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bballarl View Post
    Auris Apothecary cracks me up.

    LP:
    Cat Power - The Covers Record
    Cold Cave - Cherish the Light Years
    Earth - Earth 2
    Murder City Devils - Empty Bottles, Broken Hearts
    Television - The Blow-Up
    That Television bootleg sounds so good. They did a great pressing of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Ramones - Definitely top 10 of all time. Probably top 5 to be honest. One listen was enough to make me question why it took me so long to buy this album on vinyl. Not their best (Rocket To Russia) but definitely their most immediate and bracing.
    I've been on a Ramones kick recently and listened to this album for the first time in years and fell in love with it again. I'll keep my eyes out for the rp. I found an original Rocket to Russia at Coachella this past year. "Cherish" would be an understatement.
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    I got the first four Ramones records when we did the draft to divvy up TomAz's collection in 2006. Those were the days.

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    Was in SLO over the weekend and stopped by a few stores:

    Soft Cell - Non-Stop Ecstatic Dancing
    Augustus Pablo - King Tubbys Meets Rockers Uptown
    Depeche Mode - Get The Balance Right! Combination Mix 12"
    V/A: Those Shocking Shaking Days. Indonesian Hard, Psychedelic, Progressive Rock And Funk: 1970 - 1978
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    Dropped by Burger's 50% off sale and picked up some solo Beatles LPs I would have usually brushed off:
    Walls and Bridges
    Sometime in New York City
    Electronic Sound


    They were originally priced higher than they should have been, but they're also in great condition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bballarl View Post
    I got the first four Ramones records when we did the draft to divvy up TomAz's collection in 2006. Those were the days.
    That was right as I started to post regularly and I didn't feel right jumping in. I still regret not having done so.

    I only need to get Road to Ruin and I'll have the first five. But I really want It's Alive.
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