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Old 02-27-2018, 06:31 AM   #22211 (permalink)
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Old 02-27-2018, 08:59 AM   #22212 (permalink)
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Christmas Day for me! Just discovered that Eno's collaborator Harold Budd has been impressively active these past several decades. I'd previously only known only about a dozen of his LPs from the 70s and early 80s but some quick research revealed no fewer than 40 releases including a handsome limited edition Budd Box showcasing seven of his rarest highly-acclaimed works as recent as 2014.



I'm now deeply immersed in Budd's soft-pedal technique as I discover him anew through this newly-compiled chronology:

(1978) The Pavilion of Dreams (with Brian Eno)
(1980) Ambient 2: The Plateaux of Mirror (with Brian Eno)
(1981) The Serpent (in Quicksilver)
(1984) Abandoned Cities
(1984) The Pearl (with Brian Eno)
(1986) Lovely Thunder
(1988) The White Arcades
(1991) By the Dawn's Early Light
(1992) Music for Three Pianos
(1994) She Is A Phantom
(1994) Through the Hill
(1995) Agua
(1995) Glyph
(1996) Luxa
(1996) Walk Into My Voice (American Beat Poetry)
(1998) Fenceless Night Selected Works For Cinema 1980-1998
(2000) The Room
(2002) Jah Wobble's Solaris - Live in Concert
(2002) Three White Roses & a Budd
(2003) Drift Music
(2003) La Bella Vista
(2003) Translucence
(2004) Avalon Sutra * As Long As I Can Hold My Breath
(2005) Music for 'Fragments from the Inside'
(2005) Mysterious Skin
(2007) After the Night Falls
(2007) Before the Day Breaks
(2007) Perhaps
(2008) A Song For Lost Blossoms
(2009) Candylion
(2010) Little Windows
(2011) Bordeaux
(2011) In the Mist
(2011) Winter Garden
(2012) Bandits of Stature
(2013) Jane 1-11
(2013) Wind in Lonely Fences 1970-2011
(2013) 7-CD Buddbox anthology box set
(2014) Jane 12-21
(2014) White Bird in a Blizzard

Here's the classic Eno collaboration, The Pearl.

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Old 02-27-2018, 10:30 AM   #22214 (permalink)
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Back when I first started getting into hip hop I bought this album on a whim and it became my fav rap album for years. It's still ****ing "unassailable". They're known mostly for "Crossroads", but this album has a **** ton of downright horrorcore lyrics, and stands head and shoulders over just about any horrorcore album because of A.) that lowkey, eerie production, and B.) all that singing and harmony that just sound wrong and threatening on most songs that aren't "Crossroads" or about smoking weed. Honestly I'd rec this to Janzsoon since a few years ago he was asking about horrorcore that musically fit the lyrics rather than just sounding like generic rap.

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The problem with Tupac is that so many people want to paint him as something he wasn't, when he really was one of the best of all-time at what he did well. **** his conscious rap ****, **** his pop rap **** (mostly), and **** whatever else, but Jesus **** was he the absolute bombest as a hardcore rapper making tracks that made you feel like he was a crazy mother****er out to kill you.

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