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    I need to start using "give it a bash" and "that would be spiffing" a whole lot more.
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    I wonder if Air will ever make a good album again.
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    Has Pitchfork revealed it's top 200 covers by Arcade Fire yet?

    Swans - 4/6 - Parish
    Sleep - 5/1 - ACL Live
    Levitation Festival - 5/8 - 5/10 - Carson Creek Ranch
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    My hopes are not high.
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    Has Pitchfork revealed it's top 200 covers by Arcade Fire yet?

    Swans - 4/6 - Parish
    Sleep - 5/1 - ACL Live
    Levitation Festival - 5/8 - 5/10 - Carson Creek Ranch
    The Avett Brothers - 6/27 - Whitewater Amphitheater

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    this is happening, for some reason


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    Anybody heard The Wicked Tinkers? There is a cop who comes by my work often and I said something to him about wanting the week to be over so the Mogwai shows would be here. He asked what kind of band, told him a little bit about them blah blah. Anyways, he brought them up, said I'd check them out. It is an American Celtic band. I'm most of the way through their s/t and it is pretty fucking awesome. Pleasantly surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    I needed somewhere to profess my undying love for the first Lynyrd Skynyrd album. They were SO. FUCKING. GOOD. when they put out Pronounced. It's just a boogie fest, and they've got so much swagger.
    Response to old post but: Yeah, seriously. I will go as far that my love for their material covers the 70s fully. I mean, sure, they had some dumb songs but hot damn if they didn't have some great ones.
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    Agreed. Pretty much everything they did with the "original" lineup was great
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drinkey McDrinkerstein View Post
    I am listening to Archers of Loaf for the first time, specifically White Trash Heroes, and holy shit these guys are great!
    Best Band With a Bad Band Name Ever

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    I'd say they're neck-and-neck with Yo la Tengo.

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    Arab Strap.

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    Are people embarrassed for listening to Hot Chip yet?

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    Yesterday I listened to Brainiac's Hissing Prigs in Static Couture for the first time, and I think I've found a new band (that I should've been listening to when they were active) to get excited about.
    We're here to play some Mississippi Delta Blues. We're in a horrible depression, and I gotta admit - we're starting to like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zircona1 View Post
    Yesterday I listened to Brainiac's Hissing Prigs in Static Couture for the first time, and I think I've found a new band (that I should've been listening to when they were active) to get excited about.
    Yes, indeed. So great, and it's such a shame what happened to them. Getting to see them a bunch in the early 90's was one of the few perks of growing up near Dayton, OH. Anyway, work backward from Hissing Prigs. Smack Bunny Baby and Bonsai Superstar are even better.

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    I ever so slightly disagree with Rob here. Brainiac was a GREAT band, but I think that their catalog goes thusly: Bonsai Superstar > Hissing Prigs > Electro-Shock for President > Smack Bunny Baby.

    And if you like them, check out John Schmersal's post-Brainiac band, Enon. High Society is a damn near perfect album that never got adequate recognition when it came out.
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    I am going to the dentist again today - actually a periodontist - and then back to my dentist again in a few weeks once I heal so I can get a crown... so I made a mix to distract me whilst stuck on a bus in traffic hoping I make it back to the city in time for my appointment. It is not quite what I would have picked specifically to listen to whilst the drilling and sawing is going on but I wouldn't say no.

    Sawing Off My Own Jaw

    1. David Rawlings Band - Sweet Tooth
    2. The Antlers - Every Night My Teeth Are Falling Out
    3. Clap Your Hands Say Yeah! - The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth
    4. Sparklehorse - Sea of Teeth
    5. The Wedding Present - Make Me Smile
    6. Electrelane - Take the Bit Between Your Teeth
    7. Ugly Casanova - Pacifico
    8. Metallica - (Anesthesia) Pulling Teeth
    9. The Olivia Tremor Control - Today I Lost a Tooth
    10. Chavez - Tight Around the Jaws
    11. Jawbox - Something Must Break
    12. The Fall - Jawbone and the Air-Rifle
    13. Big Black - Pavement Saw
    14. The Mountain Goats - Terror Song
    15. Dinosaur Jr. - Feel the Pain
    16. The Snake the Cross the Crown - Cotton Teeth
    17. ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead - Crowning of a Heart
    18. Sonic Youth - Cotton Crown
    19. Hope Sandoval and the Warm Intentions - Around My Smile
    20. The Boo Radleys - Smile Fades Fast
    21. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - And I'm Aching
    22. Morphine - Cure for Pain
    23. A Place to Bury Strangers - Smile When You Smile

    I was going to upload and post a link but did not have time last night!
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    I'm curious what people here think about that Dead Sara group ("Weatherman"). Shit, or refreshing hard rock?

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    I had been meaning to check out Insignificance by Jim O'Rourke for years. It is, in fact, as good as the reviews have indicated.

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    Yes, yes it is. I love that album so much.
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    Looks like I need to listen to Eureka and Halfway to a Threeway next.

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    Moreso Halfway to a Threeway for that same sound. Eureka is great, but it's more in the American Primitive vein. Really excellent acoustic music. Reminded me of Leo Kottke.
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    I am blasting a pretty awesome Grooverider mix so I don't have to listen to my roommate and his gf on her last night in town. Yay.

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    Any album recommendations for driving through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks? Atmospheric stuff that will complement the scenery?
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    Quote Originally Posted by westcoastpirate View Post
    Any album recommendations for driving through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks? Atmospheric stuff that will complement the scenery?
    Ask in here:

    http://www.coachella.com/forum/showt...-Other-s-Lives

    I got some absolutely stellar recommendations a few weeks ago for a long drive.
    4/01 - David Lynch - Ace
    4/05 - A Winged Victory for the Sullen - El Rey (?)
    4/08 - Drive Like Jehu - Glass House
    4/13 - Luna - Echo
    4/14 - Ride - Fox


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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    Ask in here:

    http://www.coachella.com/forum/showt...-Other-s-Lives

    I got some absolutely stellar recommendations a few weeks ago for a long drive.
    Thank you! That's the thread I was originally looking for.
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    I've posted two videos on youtube. They're both fairly popular, and I just watched them again for the first time since I recorded each. Check em:





    Edit: Both these have as many views as they do because they were posted on Pitchfork.

    So this whole post is basically boasting, besides the video. Oh well, modesty is for chicks.
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    Congrats B!
    4/01 - David Lynch - Ace
    4/05 - A Winged Victory for the Sullen - El Rey (?)
    4/08 - Drive Like Jehu - Glass House
    4/13 - Luna - Echo
    4/14 - Ride - Fox


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    Speaking of videos, have we discussed this somewhere?


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    This new Japandroids album is fucking amazing.

    Reminds me of high school for some reason.

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    If you enjoy the show Classic Albums or the more straight-forward 33 1/3 books, the recent P4K doc on The Lonesome Crowded West is fairly interesting. A lot of the old footage has been around for a while, but it was cool to hear the band members and producers/engineers talk about the recording process.
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