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Old 04-14-2022, 06:16 PM   #31 (permalink)
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That's the one album by him that really stuck with me. What are some of the others you would recommend?
Everything he’s done is at least a 9 to me but my second favourite is “An Imaginary Country.”
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Old 04-14-2022, 11:06 PM   #32 (permalink)
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Yeah I'm not terribly familiar with BoC. I heard the first one but I like Geogaddi better.
Have you heard Underworld's 'Second Toughest In The Infants' yet? One of my all time favorite electronica albums. Just about as good as BoC's first two.

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Yes! Underworld are brilliant
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Basically anything Boards of Canada has done.
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BT- Movement in still life
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Old 01-15-2023, 03:34 PM   #36 (permalink)
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Always excited to see some love for Underworld in the community.

Checking my latest stats, my Underworld collection now comprises 77 physical releases and artifacts, memorabilia, subway posters, books, prints, magazine articles, DVDs, VHS tapes, etc, as well as over 600 digital albums, EPs, mixes, concerts, and other materials - well over 8100 tracks including concert videos. With new material being released every week, they're showing no sign of slowing down.

Here's a shot of the physical portion of my UW inventory. For reference, the Everything Everything Live UK subway poster is over 5 feet tall.

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Looking at the evolution of electronic music over the past years, it’s incredible to see its broadening and cultural prominence.
Everything from hip-hop, ambient and pop, to dubstep, jungle and techno weaved into one another, launching new scenes and trends with albums of forward-thinking sounds.

What are your favorite electronic albums of the past fourty years ?
Jean Michel Jarre - Zoolook
Vangelis - Antarctica
Jean Michel Jarre - Rendez Vous
Vangelis - Chariots Of Fire
Kraftwerk - Electric Café
Moby - Play
U2 - Zooropa
Prodigy - The Fat Of The Land
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Daft Punk - Homework
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells II: Live At Edinburgh Castle

I like also this 1981 soundtrack, a sort of “compilation” that may represent a bridge from modern electronic/ambient to a past much more remote than “the past fourty years”: classical music


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Underworld is the best
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