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Old 05-01-2013, 06:56 AM   #9451 (permalink)
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Esplendor Geométrico - Comisario de la luz / Blanco de fuerza (1985)

Pretty intense Industrial/Noise record. Heavy bass, looped noise/drums and quite a bit of variety between each track.

Heard a few other of his albums/compilations and for the most part they maintain my enjoyment, but this is probably my favourite actual album of his so far.
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Old 05-01-2013, 05:26 PM   #9452 (permalink)
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Combat Astronomy - Kundalini Apocalypse

Some really good progressive jazz metal in the likes of Zu. This is quite a bit like their last album Flak Planet, but Kundalini Apocalypse has far more layers. It's heavy, jazzy and catchy.

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Old 05-02-2013, 03:15 AM   #9453 (permalink)
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May be a compilation but Green Day's International Superhits! is doin' it for me at the mo.
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Old 05-02-2013, 11:50 AM   #9454 (permalink)
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The Besnard Lakes - Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO

God damn...so so good. These guys keep getting better with every album. It seems they figure out what they do best with each album they release, and instead of resulting in music that sounds the same, they explore those areas even more. This is way better than I could have expected, and I loved their last album The Besnard Lakes are the Roaring Night (also highly recommended). This time around, they beef up their atmospheric emotive side but keep their indie roots going strong, creating a pretty original sound. I'm on my second listen and I'll probably listen to it again before the day is up.
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Old 05-02-2013, 01:13 PM   #9455 (permalink)
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The Besnard Lakes - Until In Excess, Imperceptible UFO

God damn...so so good. These guys keep getting better with every album. It seems they figure out what they do best with each album they release, and instead of resulting in music that sounds the same, they explore those areas even more. This is way better than I could have expected, and I loved their last album The Besnard Lakes are the Roaring Night (also highly recommended). This time around, they beef up their atmospheric emotive side but keep their indie roots going strong, creating a pretty original sound. I'm on my second listen and I'll probably listen to it again before the day is up.
I don't put much stock in RYM ratings, but they've got the albums rated best to worst starting with the debut. So far I've only heard the first two, and much preferred the first one. I haven't gone back to the second album for a second listen yet. But because I was sitting here at work without playing any music, I just put this new one on.
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I don't put much stock in RYM ratings, but they've got the albums rated best to worst starting with the debut. So far I've only heard the first two, and much preferred the first one. I haven't gone back to the second album for a second listen yet. But because I was sitting here at work without playing any music, I just put this new one on.
That's interesting...I thought their second was better. Of course, I started with that one so maybe that had an impact on my opinion. Plus, I love atmosphere more than anything. The second album had more of it...and their new has even more. This is good for me.

I'm interested to know what you think once you've given it a listen.
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See I'm less into atmospheric stuff, that explains it. Wrapping up the last track now, and as a whole I think I liked this album better than ...Are the Dark Horse, but it's still too atmospheric for my tastes at the moment. I got bored with post-rock a few years ago because it was all the same mood from every band. I just found the first album a lot more interesting and rock-based which is what I like more. I thought the new album was fine enough just not what I'm looking for.
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:30 PM   #9458 (permalink)
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Various Artist - The Rza Presents Shaolin Soul Selection vol. 1

You know when you take Wu Tang mastermind The RZA and give him free reign of the vault at Stax Records the outcome is going to be some great Wu-Tang inspired soul music.
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Heh. I was just looking at the track listing. Is "Degausser" their answer to "Debaser"?

But seriously, I may have to check it out at some point based on your recommendation. Not to mention the song RVCA posted seemed to have a bit of a Church influence to it which I certainly appreciated.
So have you listened to it yet? We need more discussion.
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So have you listened to it yet? We need more discussion.
lol. I said "I may have to check it out at some point", I didn't mean to imply that "at some point" was happening within the next day or two.
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