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Old 08-30-2021, 09:22 AM   #16031 (permalink)
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Peter Gabriel - So

Brilliant album , one of the greatest from the 80s..!

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Old 08-30-2021, 10:36 AM   #16033 (permalink)
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L'Iimperatrice - Tako Tsubo 2021


Tako Tsubo is a breakup album, and Matahari's romantic streak - predicated on the idea of an idealised heroine - has made way for a landscape more anchored in reality. L'Impératrice has certainly kept his taste for dance, groove on a virtuoso bass, vintage synths and glittery melodies. But gave himself the freedom to explore other lands, to step aside.
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Old 09-18-2021, 07:15 AM   #16034 (permalink)
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Bomba estereo - Deja (2021)

Nice and chill electronic music from Colombia.

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Old 09-18-2021, 04:41 PM   #16035 (permalink)
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Pretty chill afro-funk that has a cool cover of "Hey Jude" on it.
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Old 09-25-2021, 07:10 PM   #16036 (permalink)
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Maybe it's my limited exposure to hip hop like this over the last few years but I REALLY dig this. It's got a lot of hype right now and I think for the most part it's lived up to that. Great production on this.
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Old 09-28-2021, 04:44 PM   #16037 (permalink)
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London Calling - The Clash
Recently had my first trip to London, ****ing loved it, cool ass city. Came back, and saw a buddy with a "London Calling" poster, looked cool, and checked out the album. It was fire. Not gonna be a top ten for me, but definitely favorite right now. And me being stuck in a rural college in California this album is really pulling me to the Bri'ish
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Old 09-28-2021, 07:52 PM   #16038 (permalink)
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DJ Seinfeld - Mirrors

Solid solid house music
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Various maniacs - Brown Acid - The Twelfth Trip - Proving that there were a lot of bands during the Late 60's-Late 70's who tried to break on through only to just be able to jam with the amps at 11 (if working properly), play a few dives, have someone in the back of a van or some cheap rate hotel, and be able to blast out at least a side that melted every MOR slop in it's wake (even if it was only on sound alone and not chart positions) while winding up forgotten outside of a few collectors and local fans, this keeps up the mood set on the first collection. I thought that my first experiences with these albums a couple of years back would fade away, but they wound up being on my turntable on a regular basis - maybe it's relating to the experience of being in a band who aimed for the top only to ride into obscurity (me, it was Punk-related with only a few months and a few shows then nothing), but these collections are very good.
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