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    I'll write up OTC/CS. Together they've got 5 releases. I"m going to enjoy the experience of relistening to these. It's been awhile.
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    It's your sworn duty as Music Lounge BMOTY. It's not all pretty girls giving you kisses.
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    Wait, I've seen you post that twice. Lolque?
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    i'm so happy i get to see olivia tremor control again soonish
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    I went six year between shows. Color me jealous.
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    ooo ooo. Someone do Apples in Stereo and Ladybug Transistor, as well. I like what I have heard so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    Wait, I've seen you post that twice. Lolque?
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    HA.

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    Don't bump this thread and remind me that I still have 250 O'Rourke albums to listen to. I wish i didn't have a job like when I made thy commitment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    I can do fIREHOSE, the Black Keys and ATDI. I can also do Black Flag to cover Greg Ginn's early work.
    bmackkk i want that Black Flag write uppp haha please. i listened to a few Ginn + Royal We tracks on youtube it was alright. But i really know next to nothing about Black Flag

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    yeah btw bmack you excluded Sonic Youth's self-titled debut from your writeup. Funny this thread got bumped, I was just looking through it earlier tonight.
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    I've been looking through it a bit too; I'll definitely get some writeups done over summer. This thread is seriously a gold-mine of knowledge... So many bands I still have to listen to for the first time and so many old staples that I have to go back over.

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    Black Flag would be a lot of fun. I'll work on it during my reading period.
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    Because it hasnt' been updated in a while.

    Page 1
    #1 - Radiohead - swdshfsk - intro (also see Page 35, Post #1041)
    #3 - David Bowie - Courtney - intro
    #4 - Boredoms - bmack86 - full
    #5 - Can - bmack86 - intro (also see Page 21, Post #619)
    #6 - Spiritualized - bmack86 - intro (also see Page 14, Post #419)
    #9 - Elvis Costello - TomAz - intro (also see Page 29, Post #868)
    #10 - the Wedding Present - roberto73 - intro
    #12 - Tom waits - Slushmier - extended intro
    #13 - Mogwai - swdshfsk - extended intro
    #14 - Hanson - tessa|asset - extended intro
    #15 - Guided by Voices - mountmccabe - intro
    #23 - the Velvet Underground - PsyGuyRy - extended intro
    #24 - Luna - york707 - intro with discog listed
    #25 - Jonathan Richman - breakjaw - full

    Page 2
    #32 - The Dismemberment Plan - Tylerdurden31 - full
    #33 - Bob Dylan - TomAz - extended intro (also see Page 30, Post #871)
    #36 - Talking Heads - bballarl - full
    #37 - Pink Floyd - PsyGuyRy - very extended intro
    #45 - Pearl Jam - Slushmier - full
    #51, 53 & 56 - Fugazi - PotVsKtI - ranked list of albums

    Page 3
    #65 - the Beatles - TomAZ - full

    Page 4
    #101 - the Kinks (early period) - bmack86 - extended intro
    #109 - Beethoven's 7th Symphony - mountmccabe - full (selected, incomplete)
    #117 - the Cure - bmack86 - full
    #118 - the Dandy Warhols - Hannahrain - full

    Page 5
    #124 - the Jesus and Mary Chain - mountmccabe - full
    #131 - Yo La Tengo - Courtney - full
    #132 - the Roots - Slushmier - full
    #138 - Sonic Youth - bmack86 - full
    #141 - the Rolling Stones (US albums) - sydaud - full
    #146 - the White Stripes - bballarl - full

    Page 6
    #173 - Faith No More - thinnerair - full
    #175 - Failure - thinnerair - full
    #176 - Magazine - breakjaw - full

    Page 7
    #196 - Creed - bmack86 - full
    #200 - Metallica - bmack86 - full
    #202 - the Who - sydaud - full
    #217 - Massive Attack - Thinnerair - Full
    #219 - Elf Power - Bmack86 - Full
    #225 - Genesis - Thinnerair - Intro
    #232 - Bikini Kill - Mountmccabe - Full
    #238 - Muse - Thinnerair -

    Page 9
    #241 - Big Black - Bmack86 - Full
    #249 - The Arab Strap - Hannahrain - Intro
    #253 - The Clash - TomAz - Full
    #267 - Nick Cave - roberto73 - Full

    Page 10
    #299 - Jeff Buckley - PassiveTheory - Full

    Page 12
    #334 - Jawbox - Tylerdurden31 - Full
    #338 - Hum - thinnerair - Full
    #344 - REM - sydaud - Full

    Page 13
    #375 - Depeche Mode - Amyzzz - Extended Intro

    Page 14
    #395 - The Replacements - TomAz - Full
    #402 - Spinal Tap - Breakjaw - Full
    #405 - Cheech and Chong - Anita Bonghit - Discography
    #416 - Pixies - Bmack86 - Full
    #419 - Spiritualized - Bmack86 - Full

    Page 15
    #425 - Rush - MonsoonSeason - intro
    #427 - The Orb - Desphrs - full
    #446 - Miles Davis - sydaud - full

    Page 16
    #455 - Boards of Canada - desphrs - full
    #463 - Blur - Slushmier - full
    #474 - Serge Gainsbourg - bmack86 - intro
    #477 - Beat Happening - bmack86 - full
    #479 - Circle Jerks - york707 - full

    Page 17
    #504 - Joe Jackson - MsTekno - extended intro
    #505 - Oasis - Stefinitely Maybe - full

    Page 18
    #518 - The Magnetic Fields - mountmccabe - full

    Page 19
    #562 - Wilco - mountmccabe, york707, and TomAz (compiled by Hannahrain) - full

    Page 20
    #573 - Spoon - sydaud - full
    #580 - Decemberists - Hannahrain - full
    #600 - Led Zeppelin - sydaud - full

    Page 21
    #616 - Minutemen - sydaud - full
    #619 - Can - bmack86 - full (selected, incomplete)
    #625 - PJ Harvey - bballarl - full

    Page 22
    #635 - Bjork - bmack86 - full
    #649 - Cake - PassiveTheory - full
    #650 - The Faint - hawkingvsreeve - full

    Page 23
    #672 - Death Cab For Cutie - hawkingvsreeve - full

    Page 24
    #720 - Leonard Cohen - mountmccabe - incomplete

    Page 25
    #735 - Bruce Springsteen - Yablonowitz - first installment
    #738 - Arto Lindsay - ragingdave - Solo work only

    Page 26
    #757-755 TomAz vs Yablonowitz RE: Springsteen review.
    #769 - XTC - Roberto73 - partial (to be continued)

    Page 27
    #798 - Cursive - Hawkingvsreeve - full
    #800 - XTC (II) - Roberto73 - Continuation
    #801 - Joy Division/New Order - sydaud - full
    #806 - Springsteen - Yablonowitz - quick overview

    Page 28
    #812 - Springsteen (different) - TomAz - full
    #820 - Elliott Smith - mountmccabe - full
    #837 - Ben Folds - Jenniehoo - full (with mix!)

    Page 29
    #842/847 XTC - roberto73 (w/mixes!)
    #865 Replacements mix - TomAz
    #868 Elvis Costello mix -TomAz

    Page 30
    #871 Bob Dylan mixes - TomAz
    #881 Animal Collective - BMack86 - complete
    #884 The Go-Betweens - Roberto73 - complete (w/mix!)
    #887 Tool - Passive Theory - complete

    Page 31
    #909 Johnny Cash - Sydaud - incomplete (1957-59)

    Page 32
    #945 John Lennon - breakjaw - full (w/mix)
    #959 Lucinda Williams - TomAz - full (w/mix)

    Page 33
    #976 Pavement - bmack - full
    #984 Pavement mix - breakjaw
    #988 Underworld - bballarl - intro

    Page 34
    #995 The Appleseed Cast - comiddle - full
    #996 (summary of rock canon) - C DUB YA

    Page 35
    #1024 The Smiths (w/mix here) - Passive Theory
    #1029 The Black Keys (w/mix) - Hannahrain
    #1041 Radiohead (redux) - Radiohead727
    #1043 Midnight Oil (w/2mixes!) - Roberto73
    #1049 Eels (w/mix) - Roberto73

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    #1054 Eels (w/mix) -Roberto73
    #1060 Brian Eno -Breakjaw - Mix/w Descriptions
    #1061 Roxy Music -Breakjaw - Album Art
    #1073 Prodigy - Betao - Complete

    Page 37
    #1082 Modest Mouse - Mountmccabe - Complete
    #1107 Stephen Malkmus/Jicks - Bmack86 - Complete

    Page 38
    #1122 The Chemical Brothers - Bosco - Complete
    #1135 Elbow -Stefinitely Maybe - Complete

    Page 39
    #1146 Love and Rockets - Roberto73 - Complete
    #1158 Megadeth - Cheddar's Cousin - (Almost) Complete

    Page 40
    #1179 Super Furry Animals - Clecirclecir@Juno.com - Ranked List
    #1184 311 - Apachedine - Ranked List

    Page 41
    #1220 Smashing Pumpkins - Hawkingvsreeve - Complete

    Page 42
    #1242 Amon Tobin - Denies the Day - Overview
    #1248 Butthole Surfers - SoulDischarge - Complete

    Page 43
    #1271 Pixies - NicoDread - extended intro (also see Page 14, post #416)
    #1281 Boris - bmack86 - complete

    Page 44
    #1296 Kraftwerk - bmack86 - complete
    #1302 Coldplay - PassiveTheory - incomplete
    #1308 Cabaret Voltaire - SoulDischarge - selected, incomplete

    Page 45
    #1321 Violent Femmes - jigsaw - intro
    #1338 Calexico - hawkingvsreeve - complete
    #1340 The Cardigans -hawkingvsreeve

    Page 46
    #1361 Fadgadget - SoulDischarge
    #1367 Coil - SoulDischarge (incomplete?)
    #1376 Beck - Bmack86

    Page 47
    #1391 Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds - roberto73
    #1395 Scott Walker - wmgaretjax

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    #1419 The Birthday Party (Nick Cave supplement) - Souldischarge (complete)
    #1420 Stone Temple Pilots - Backwater (complete)

    Page 49
    #1446 Belle and Sebastian - Bmack86 (Complete)
    #1456 Jay-Z - Sushov (overview)

    Page 50
    #1472 The Mae Shi - Bmack86 (complete)
    #1489 Nightmares on Wax - Passivetheory (work in progress)

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    #1515 Madonna - Hawkingvsreeve (complete)

    Page 52
    #1543 Bright Eyes - TheStripe (complete)
    #1551 Ian MacKaye (Minor Threat/Fugazi/The Evens) - Bmack86 (complete)
    #1560 Merzbow 1979-1983 - wmgaretjax (complete)

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    #1566 Merzbow 1983-1990 - wmgaretjax (complete)
    #1589 Propellorheads - vicviper (complete, even though there's only one album)

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    #1595 Husker Du - bmack86 (complete)
    #1611 Monkees - stuporfly (selected, incomplete)
    #1612 Fucked Up - bmack86 (complete)

    Page 56
    #1652 Swans - souldischarge (incomplete, in progress)

    Page 58
    #1729 Xiu Xiu - involvelemons (complete)

    Page 60
    #1790 Dave Matthews Band - alchemy (complete)

    Page 61
    #1804 Air - alchemy (complete)
    #1827 Delgados - Mountmccabe (Complete)

    Page 63
    #1870 David Bowie - Bmack86 (Complete)
    #1890 Pere Ubu Still-ill (Complete)

    Page 65
    #1940 The Fall Roberto73 (complete)

    Page 66
    #1966 Ween zircona1 (complete)

    Page 67
    #1999 The Coup zircona1 (complete)
    #2004 Erykah Badu ods (complete)

    Page 68
    #2023 Neil Young bmack86 (incomplete, but awesome nonetheless)
    #2035 Van Morrison TomAz (incomplete, just a list of albums)
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    I need to finish the Neil Young work. I've been really absorbing his 90s stuff, and I'm shocked by how great some of it is. Sleeping With Angels kills.
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    I have started writing a real Van Morrison overview, but I think I'm too big of a fan to be coherent with some of his stuff.
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    This might be the best thread I've come across on this board haha. It might take me couple weeks to read through everything though! Keep on coming!

    Some artists missing from this list that I'd like to see: Aphex Twin, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Nas, Public Enemy, Neu!, Sigur Ros, Bardo Pond, Sunn O))), Bad Brains, Melvins...

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    I have a half-finished write-up for DOOM (including all of his monikers and collaborations). Maybe I'll post it one day. I started doing Pinback too.
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    Neither NEU! nor Godspeed have enough releases on their own to warrant a writeup. It could be fun to do all the Michael Rother and Klaus Dinger releases.
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    I've been working on Black Flag. If I'm insane, I'll go thru all the Jerry Only work and do the Misfits. I've been listening to the Danzig work recently and feel like giving some A+s. He earned them, egocentric bastard.
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    Please do not disrespect the material I love by including the post-Danzig records in your post. Lets be honest, no one cares or should. A Danzig career write up would be awesome to a lot of people I'd think.

    Black Flag lose me around My War so I would like to read that.
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    Danzig career write up is a better call and easier for me to do. I know his first 5 solo albums by heart and have all three Samhain releases. That leaves four for me to familiarize myself with, and I was at two of those tours. Lets do this, Glenn.
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    I'm not sure if it's been proposed before (a quick search tells me "no"), but is anyone brave enough to do a write-up for Lee Perry?
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    Tom, do a Gram Parsons write-up please.
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    Lee Perry would be impossible, I would think. I certainly couldn't even, um, "scratch" the surface.

    A word or two about Perry's discography: it's massive, unwieldy, and although there are plenty of great records, there's almost as much crap. The lack of quality control has little to do with Perry, but rather with sleazebags trying to rip off his legacy. After King Tubby's murder in 1989, his studio was looted, and many of Perry's tapes were stolen. Some of these recordings have shown up on poorly mastered, and expensive, anthologies. Releases on Trojan, Rounder's reggae subsidiary label Heartbeat, and Island (and its subsidiary label Mango) are generally excellent and are the best place to start building your Perry collection. Smaller labels like Seven Leaves and the French Lagoon Records (which seems like a semi-legit bootleg label) are hit-and-miss propositions, and those inclined to check out recordings on these labels are encouraged to proceed with caution. And avoid releases on the Rohit label, if only for their lousy production and tacky, grade-Z packaging. Also, as with King Tubby recordings, purchasing a Perry release means you might be buying a record he produced, but not necessarily performed on. That said, happy hunting and listening.

    Gram Parsons is much easier though I admit I have not listened to that one International Submarine Band album in a very long time. I guess this would give me an excuse.
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    Nice pun, Tom; I took a quick look at his discography on AllMusic's website and kind of figured he'd be a hard one to do a write-up for, but I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask.
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    There are 4 Gram Parsons-related albums (two solo, two with two different bands) that I would consider posting on the Perfect Albums thread, so, I really don't know why I didn't think to write him up before.
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    Sweetheart of the Rodeo and Gilded Palace? I would completely agree with the second one, if so. And both solo albums.
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    love this thread. just used it as a reference point for which Nick Cave albums to download.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sbessiso View Post
    love this thread. just used it as a reference point for which Nick Cave albums to download.
    Man, I wrote that a long time ago. I need to update it to include Dig!!! Lazarus Dig!!!, Grinderman, and some of his soundtrack stuff. Still, glad you found it useful.
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