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Old 06-26-2014, 03:49 PM   #10691 (permalink)
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Old 06-26-2014, 04:20 PM   #10692 (permalink)
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Many thumbs up, that one and Loaded are my favorites.
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Old 06-26-2014, 06:35 PM   #10693 (permalink)
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Classic case of brilliance stored away in a sea of records on iTunes, never to be found again, but miraculously (and accidentally) put on while folding laundry. I was hooked instantly as soon as "Flashing Lights" started being sampled. Need more Gil Scott-Heron in my remaining existence.
Fecking awesome album. Have you heard the remix album by British producer Jamie XX We're New Here? Made with input from Heron, it's an interesting album.
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Old 06-26-2014, 06:43 PM   #10694 (permalink)
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We're New Here is great. Really like the reimaging of Rui Da Silva's 'Touch Me' on Ur Soul & Mine
And of course the track you've posted is another standout.
And 'Take Care' also, really interesting that that album was the source of what would go onto be a massive hit for Drake.
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Old 06-26-2014, 08:00 PM   #10695 (permalink)
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I've posted about both these albums before but so what, they're both amongst my favorite releases of last year:



12 minutes of slackerpvnx with epic guitar solos and a whole lotta fuzz. That Guided by Voices cover? Awesome. I've listened to this album at least twice a week since it came out back in like October.



Noisy poppy post-punk bittersweet funtimes. Seriously, anyone who likes 80s post punk should check this dude out.
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Old 06-27-2014, 07:04 AM   #10696 (permalink)
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Album of the god damn year
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Old 06-27-2014, 11:14 AM   #10697 (permalink)
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Album of the god damn year
I love seeing some A Sunny Day in Glasgow love...this album is by far their best in my opinion. I feel like they were finally able to perfectly balance the progressive side of their music and the poppy side. It makes for such an interesting album the whole damn way through.
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I love seeing some A Sunny Day in Glasgow love...this album is by far their best in my opinion. I feel like they were finally able to perfectly balance the progressive side of their music and the poppy side. It makes for such an interesting album the whole damn way through.
Absolutely agree, it's one of the best dream pop albums I've heard in years, and frankly it's one of the best I've ever heard. It's right up there with Souvlaki and Gracious Tide, Take Me Home (my two favorite dream pop albums)
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Many thumbs up, that one and Loaded are my favorites.
amazing , and these are some of my favourite songs by the Velvet Underground
Sunday Morning, Heroin, Sweet Jane, White Light, Venus in Furs, Perfect Day what a great band
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Fecking awesome album. Have you heard the remix album by British producer Jamie XX We're New Here? Made with input from Heron, it's an interesting album.
Not yet, still obsessing over I'm New Here. It's going to be heard though, within the week. After I stop obsessing over this one too:



I understand these are Junior Kimbrough covers, but damn this is some of the best Black Keys I've ever heard.
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