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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    I'm making my list right now and 1984 is so hard to choose because of Let It Be, Zen Arcade, and Double Nickels On The Dime.
    Years like this are really hard. 1968 is the same way. I mean, come on: The White Album, Astral Weeks, and The Village Green Preservation Society were released in the same fucking month?
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    TANGENTIAL BUT RELATED

    so last year when I turned 50 I made a mix with one song from each year of my life. No repeat artists. I posted it somewhere on here before. (part 1, part 2, part 3)

    very little on this list will surprise anybody I think

    1962, Booker T & the MGs, Green Onions
    1963, James Brown, Think (live)
    1964, the Beatles, No Reply
    1965, Bob Dylan, Subterranean Homesick Blues
    1966, the Beach Boys, God Only Knows
    1967, Love, Alone Again Or
    1968, Van Morrison, Sweet Thing
    1969, Rolling Stones, Gimme Shelter
    1970, Velvet Underground, Rock and Roll
    1971, the Who, Won't Get Fooled Again
    1972, David Bowie, Starman
    1973, the Wailers, Concrete Jungle
    1974, Gram Parsons, Return of the Grievous Angel
    1975, Brian Eno, St. Elmo's Fire
    1976, the Ramones, Blitzkrieg Bop
    1977, the Sex Pistols, Holiday in the Sun
    1978, Elvis Costello and the Attractions, Lipstick Vogue
    1979, Nick Lowe, Cruel to be Kind
    1980, Talking Heads, Once in a Lifetime
    1981, the Blasters, Marie Marie
    1982, Laurie Anderson, O Superman
    1983, REM, Radio Free Europe
    1984, Bruce Springsteen, I'm On Fire
    1985, Tom Waits, Cemetery Polka
    1986, Husker Du, Sorry Somehow
    1987, the Replacements, Can't Hardly Wait
    1988, Sonic Youth, Teenage Riot
    1989, Neil Young, Rockin in the Free World (live acoustic)
    1990, the Chills, Heavenly Pop Song
    1991, Nirvana, In Bloom
    1992, Pavement, In the Mouth a Desert
    1993, Uncle Tupelo, Steal the Crumbs
    1994, Victoria Williams, Crazy Mary
    1995, Emmylou Harris, Where Will I Be?
    1996, Beck, Devil's Haircut
    1997, Sleater-Kinney, Dig Me Out
    1998, Lucinda Williams, Metal Firecracker
    1999, the Flaming Lips, Waitin' For a Superman
    2000, Radiohead, Idioteque
    2001, Gillian Welch, Time the Revelator
    2002, Wilco, Poor Places
    2003, the White Stripes, Seven Nation Army
    2004, Arcade Fire, Rebellion (Lies)
    2005, Sufjan Stevens, Chicago
    2006, the Hold Steady, First Night
    2007, LCD Soundsystem, All My Friends
    2008, Portishead, The Rip
    2009, Grizzly Bear, Two Weeks
    2010, the National, Conversation 16
    2011, Tuneyards, Bizness


    If I had to add to this, I'd pick "Still Life With Hot Deuce On Silver Platter" for 2012, and no idea for 2013 yet.
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    1963: Charles Mingus – The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
    1964: The Beatles – Meet the Beatles (US)
    1965: Otis Redding – Otis Blue
    1966: The Monks – Black Monk Time
    1967: James Brown – Cold Sweat
    1968: Os Mutantes – Os Mutantes
    1969: The Flying Burrito Bros. – The Gilded Palace of Sin
    1970: The Stooges – Fun House
    1971: Serge Gainsbourg – Histoire de Melody Nelson
    1972: NEU! – NEU!
    1973: Roxy Music – For Your Pleasure
    1974: Hawkwind – Hall of the Mountain Grill
    1975: Fela Kuti – Expensive Shit
    1976: Ramones - Ramones
    1977: Television – Marquee Moon
    1978: Steve Reich – Music for 18 Musicians
    1979: Neil Young and Crazy Horse – Rust Never Sleeps
    1980: The Gun Club – Fire of Love
    1981: The Birthday Party – Prayers on Fire
    1982: Iron Maiden – The Number of the Beast
    1983: Minor Threat – Out of Step
    1984: The Minutemen – Double Nickels on the Dime
    1985: Tom Waits – Rain Dogs
    1986: Slayer – Reign in Blood
    1987: The Verlaines – Bird Dog
    1988: Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
    1989: Nirvana - Bleach
    1990: Fugazi - Repeater
    1991: Slint - Spiderland
    1992: Kyuss – Blues for the Red Sun
    1993: PJ Harvey – Rid of Me
    1994: Emperor – In the Nightside Eclipse
    1995: Pavement – Wowee Zowee
    1996: Aphex Twin – Richard D. James Album
    1997: Bjork - Homogenic
    1998: Boredoms – Super AE
    1999: The Olivia Tremor Control – Black Foliage: Animation Music Vol. 1
    2000: D’Angelo - Voodoo
    2001: The White Stripes – White Blood Cells
    2002: Queens of the Stone Age – Songs for the Deaf
    2003: Songs: Ohia – Magnolia Electric Co.
    2004: Madvillian - Madvilliany
    2005: Sleater-Kinney – The Woods
    2006: Joanna Newsom - Ys
    2007: No Age – Weirdo Rippers
    2008: Fucked Up – The Chemistry of Common Life
    2009: Grizzly Bear - Veckatimest
    2010: Deerhunter – Halcyon Digest
    2011: The War on Drugs – Slave Ambient
    2012: Royal Thunder - CVI
    2013: Deafheaven - Sunbather
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    Shit, this was hard and took me a long time. I skipped some of the 60's because frankly i don't know much about the releases.

    1965: Bob Dylan - Bringing It All Back Home
    1966: Bob Dylan - Blonde On Blonde
    1967: The Velvet Underground And Nico - The Velvet Underground and Nico
    1968: Van Morrison - Astral Weeks
    1969: The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground
    1970: The Stooges - Fun House
    1971: David Bowie - Hunky Dory
    1972: Nick Drake - Pink Moon
    1973: Lou Reed - Berlin
    1974: Roxy Music - Stranded
    1975: Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks
    1976: The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers
    1977: Television - Marquee Moon
    1978: Black Flag - Nervous Breakdown EP
    1979: Gang Of Four - Entertainment!
    1980: The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms
    1981: Gun Club - Fire Of Love
    1982: Mission Of Burma - Vs.
    1983: Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes
    1984: Minutemen - Double Nickels On The Dime
    1985: The Replacements - Tim
    1986: The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
    1987: Dinosaur Jr - You're Living All Over Me
    1988: Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
    1989: Pixies - Doolittle
    1990: Fugazi - Repeater
    1991: My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
    1992: Pavement - Slanted & Enchanted
    1993: Yo La Tengo - Painful
    1994: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Let Love In
    1995: Pulp - Different Class
    1996: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads
    1997: Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
    1998: Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
    1999: The Magnetic Fields - 69 Love Songs
    2000: Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antarctica
    2001: The Microphones - The Glow, Pt. 2
    2002: Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    2003: Radiohead - Hail To The Thief
    2004: Animal Collective - Sung Tongs
    2005: Animal Collective - Feels
    2006: Joanna Newsom - Ys
    2007: Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam
    2008: No Age - Nouns
    2009: The Antlers - Hospice
    2010: Titus Andronicus - The Monitor
    2011: Destroyer - Kaputt
    2012: The Men - Open Your Heart
    2013: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away

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    2003 was kinda weak. I don't even think Hail To The Thief is that great, but was the best i could come up with haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    1982: Iron Maiden – The Number of the Beast
    surprised at this. especially over Mission of Burma?

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    I love lists, but even this is too reductive for me. I got as far as trying to decide between Forever Changes and The Velvet Underground & Nico for 1967 and gave up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    surprised at this. especially over Mission of Burma?
    It's not necessarily my favorite album from each year, but, going with the guy's theme, 50 albums everyone should hear. I love Vs. to high hell, but c'mon, RUN TO THE HILLS! RUN FOR YOUR LIIIIIIIFE!
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    Get better, Sharon Jones.


    Disclosure - October 12 - Reno, NV.
    Treasure Island Music Festival - October 19 - San Francisco, CA.
    Portugal, The Man - October 22 - Reno, NV.
    Cut Copy - October 31 - Reno, NV.
    Phoenix w/ Alt-J - December 5 - Reno, NV.

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    damn.

    my frist thought was that she was going into rehab (fucking hammered on pills at bonnaroo last year. she was funny) but cancer sux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroir Noir View Post
    I did notice something: after Radiohead and the internet, the whole idea of "consensus" albums stops making sense. Part of this may be that we don't have historical distance yet. I suspect most of it may simply be that tastes have fractured so much, and because the idea of the album itself increasingly means less and less on a wider cultural scale.
    Yes, this. Though I would say "...albums makes even less sense."

    The other thing, as Tom mentioned, is that the original list at Flavorwire wasn't "these are the best albums" but "these are albums you need to hear" which is very different. The former is for someone who is almost entirely clueless as to what music is (there are plenty of people like this, even ones that like music), the latter is for the sort of music fan that knows most of that classic rock stuff but may want to branch out, that is the sort of person that would be reading Flavorwire.

    Your list is good - full of great albums, even - but it's very clearly more the former than the latter. It has like 4 albums I haven't heard, two recent ones by bands I know and don't care for and two older ones where I know the artists well but not that particular albums... so I am not really going to do anything as a result of it.
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    Though to be fair I just looked at the Flavorwire list again and there are only 6 albums I haven't heard. And a few I don't know enough to have an opinion of.
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    DRUMGASM: Matt Cameron, Zach Hill, and Janet Weiss. Dumb name, intriguing though.
    5/01 - Sleater-Kinney - Palladium
    5/03 - Lightning Bolt/Liturgy - Echoplex
    5/05 - Thee Oh Sees - The Smell
    5/08 - The Acid - El Rey (?)
    5/14 - Melody's Echo Chamber - Roxy (?)


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    Freebass can open for them.
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    It's hard to argue with that.

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    Not sure if this has been posted yet, but this is a really cool story about the recoding of under pressure, along with their a-copella vocals track: http://www.openculture.com/2013/06/l...sure_1981.html
    Let's go on a livin' spree!

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    modest mouse is canceling their euro tour to finish their album. they are 'looking forward to sharing [the album] with us next year'
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart cooks brain View Post
    modest mouse is canceling their euro tour to finish their album. they are 'looking forward to sharing [the album] with us next year'
    Incidentally, I listened to This is a Long Drive... for the first time this morning. There were a couple of good songs on there.
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    This is pretty neat.
    Short doc of her last tour, MDNA, and the construction of the massive stage that she took all over the world.
    It's more so about the technical aspects of a live show than Madonna, as she's not really in this.
    Worth the watch even if you don't care for her.



    Tallguy said to post this shit here.

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    ACxDC 2015

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    I know it's a tall order but is there a Sun Ra expert on the board?

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    I found this was worth an hour of my day.

    Twice.

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    Kieran Hebden (Four Tet) is claiming to be Burial. Like for real.

    http://equalizermag.com/news/four-te...-he-is-burial/
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    No. That's a satirical site.

    4/24-26: Stagecoach
    5/1: Giegling Showcase @ Oakland
    5/2: Sleater-Kinney @ The Masonic
    5/3: Four Tet B2B Floating Points @ Public Works
    5/28: Refused, White Lung @ GAMH
    5/30: Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriet's
    6/2: Kiasmos ft. Olafur Arnalds, Rival Consoles @ The Independent

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    Is it? Ok. My brother just sent me that link. I guess I should have looked at the other articles.
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    Other "news" headliners from that site:

    "James Blake Launches Line of Button Down Shirts in Partnership with H&M"

    Shirts In Partnership With H&M
    June 12, 2013 at 12:50 AM

    Photo: Mixmag
    LONDON — British post-dubstep pin-up James Blake has announced today that he will be launching his own range of stylish-but-minimal button-down shirts to be sold in H&M stores across Europe and North America.

    Blake’s brand, Measurements, is due to be launched at the end of the month and will begin with a select range of men’s collared shirts in various shades of grey.

    The shirts will be 100% organic-made fair trade Egyptian cotton and styled with an embroidered “JB” on the pocket; inspired by Blake’s own designs.

    The product line will launch with three styles: ‘God, I Miss Her’ – a charcoal grey with an Albany collar; ‘She Never Knew I Loved Her’ – a off-metallic blue-grey with short sleeves; and ‘It Always Rains When You’re Gone’ – a light grey long sleeve with two buttons on each lapel.

    “So many shirts are too fussy,” says Blake in a press release.

    “They have so much detail and the wide range of colours is enough to give you a headache.”

    “We approached James because we liked his style and grey is set to be this year’s new black,” added Sylvia Morrison, the UK spokesperson for H&M.

    So, when’s the drop?

    The shirts will be launched later this month at Oxford Street’s flagship H&M store in central London, with a North American launch planned for later in July.
    "Berlin Laundromat Owner Disappointed That Her Son Doesn't Want to Produce Techno"
    Shazri has been proudly operating Das Soap Maschine for years, but Berlin’s changing economy leads her to believe techno might be more profitable
    BERLIN – Shabiza Shazri, owner of the popular laundromat Das Soap Maschine located in central Berlin, says she is disappointed that her son shows no interest in pursuing a career in techno; the lifeblood of the German city.

    Despite her constant prodding, Samir, the youngest of her two sons, seems reticent to follow his older brother Omar in a career as a DJ.

    Shazri says she advises her son that he should have a career producing minimal techno, but he wants to run the family laundromat instead.

    “There’s no future in laundromats,” says Shazri.

    “Techno is our industry and we need to be proud.”

    The hard-working mother of two even went so far as to find Samir a vintage Roland 909 on eBay like the one played by Robert Hood when he was in seminal Detroit trio Underground Resistance.

    “It is still sitting on his desk in his bedroom untouched,” Shazri mourns.

    While Samir’s friends spend their nights at warehouse parties dancing, taking drugs, and staying up until sunrise, Samir spends his time at home making spreadsheets to improve the efficiency of the family business.

    “He has always been the black sheep of the family,” she adds, raising her voice.

    “He hasn’t once been to Berghain and he can’t even point to Detroit on a map.”

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    5/2: Sleater-Kinney @ The Masonic
    5/3: Four Tet B2B Floating Points @ Public Works
    5/28: Refused, White Lung @ GAMH
    5/30: Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriet's
    6/2: Kiasmos ft. Olafur Arnalds, Rival Consoles @ The Independent

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    I find the "Is Four Tet, Burial?" thing is pretty funny especially how Hebden plays off of it. He must think everyone is crazy.

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    Translation


    Swans @ Terminal West 03/28/15
    Drive like Jehu @ The Glass House 04/08/15
    Electric Wizard @ Slims 04/17/15
    Acid Mother Temple @ BOTM 04/18/15
    Faith No More @ the Warfield 04/20/15
    John Zorn @ UCLA 05/02/15
    Will Bulter @ Slims 05/26/15
    Neutral Milk Hotel @ Pappy & Harriets 05/30/15
    Mariah Carey @ Caesars palace 06/11/14


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    That second article is so lulzy.

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    Listening to Free Kitten right now, Sentimental Education should be more popular.

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    Fact Mag is counting down their top 100 albums of the 80s this week. Unsurprisingly, there's a lot of unorthodox choices so far, but I find lists like this more interesting because they give me something new to delve into instead of just reaffirming my own tastes. http://www.factmag.com/2013/06/24/th...-1980s-100-81/
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