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Old 02-18-2011, 03:25 PM   #481 (permalink)
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Jackhammer sent me this:



I thought it was pretty good all in all. Some songs were a tad similar to the last but the beginning couple of the album made it all worthwhile. Honestly Im not sure what to classify it as, its got some stoner influences (kyuss/sabbath) but then again what band in this type of music doesnt? The scond track as you said was definitely my favorite. Although Cosmic Biker RandR were at a close second.
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Old 02-18-2011, 11:13 PM   #482 (permalink)
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To all the regulars that post in this thread I'm calling out a challenge to you all. I would like you send me your weirdest most obscure music that you can think of. I'm in the mood for something that is completely outside of my already large box.
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Old 02-19-2011, 01:28 AM   #483 (permalink)
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To DJ master C


This is the self titled Colour Haze Album, and well it ****ING rules. Balls to your wall rocknkrautroll sytle. If you dont like this ill never talk to you again.

PS: BE SURE TO LISTEN TO PEACE BROTHERS AND SISTERS
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Old 02-19-2011, 06:48 AM   #484 (permalink)
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To all the regulars that post in this thread I'm calling out a challenge to you all. I would like you send me your weirdest most obscure music that you can think of. I'm in the mood for something that is completely outside of my already large box.
So is this a challenge for us or for you? Because, it really is no problem for me to think of some of the weirdest music to send you, but are you going to like it, or even listen to it all the way through, that's another challenge.

OK, I've decided to send you something that's maybe not so obscure, but it is certainly some of the weirdest music I've heard:



Diamanda Galás - The Litanies of Satan (1982)

No, this is not black metal. There's no way to classify this, maybe like screaming opera from hell. Diamanda Galás is known for her incredible four octave range voice, and you just cannot believe what she does with it. This is her first album. The title track is based on the poem by Charles Baudelaire and the second track is for 'solo scream'. I've heard a lot of crazy music, but nothing can compare with the effect that human voice can have. So, if you like hysterical, wild women with steak knives, maybe there's a chance you're gonna 'enjoy' this. There's no middle ground with this, you either love it or hate it. It certainly needs to be heard.

Umm...enjoy?
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Old 02-19-2011, 06:55 AM   #485 (permalink)
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To all the regulars that post in this thread I'm calling out a challenge to you all. I would like you send me your weirdest most obscure music that you can think of. I'm in the mood for something that is completely outside of my already large box.
Alvin Lucier-I Am Sitting In A Room
Alvin Lucier is an American Avant Garde composer. The man is also a genius. I Am Sitting In A Room is one recording of a few sentences explaining the album, it is played into the room until it becomes distorted and eventually is just a drone sound. The album was obviously pretty influential. Lucier recorded more albums which are also rather interesting but for me this is the best. Music On A Long Thin Wire experiments with what you can do with a single piece of 50 foot wire and a magnet, while Music For Solo Performer revolves around brain waves. I wasn't expecting much when I downloaded this, but I was shocked. This is what Avant Garde music should be like challenging, interesing and completely original.

At first it's just a normal recording, Mr. Lucier explains the purpose of the experiment and how it works. Gradually the recording gets more distorted as it's played and eventually just becomes an ethereal drone.

I rate this album 5 stars because it's so different, there's not any other albums like this one.
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Old 02-19-2011, 07:14 AM   #486 (permalink)
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So is this a challenge for us or for you? Because, it really is no problem for me to think of some of the weirdest music to send you, but are you going to like it, or even listen to it all the way through, that's another challenge.

OK, I've decided to send you something that's maybe not so obscure, but it is certainly some of the weirdest music I've heard:



Diamanda Galás - The Litanies of Satan (1982)

No, this is not black metal. There's no way to classify this, maybe like screaming opera from hell. Diamanda Galás is known for her incredible four octave range voice, and you just cannot believe what she does with it. This is her first album. The title track is based on the poem by Charles Baudelaire and the second track is for 'solo scream'. I've heard a lot of crazy music, but nothing can compare with the effect that human voice can have. So, if you like hysterical, wild women with steak knives, maybe there's a chance you're gonna 'enjoy' this. There's no middle ground with this, you either love it or hate it. It certainly needs to be heard.

Umm...enjoy?
it might be more of a challenge to me but I really want to test myself and see how open minded I am. To see if I could find something that I like even in the weirdest of music.

Thank you all that have sent me something so far. I'm going to be listening to them throughout the day.
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Old 02-25-2011, 10:24 AM   #487 (permalink)
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I haven't forgotten about you guys, I will be writing up my mini reviews either later tonight or tomorrow definitely.
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Old 02-26-2011, 09:15 PM   #488 (permalink)
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Can I recommend somebody a britpop album? Kinda Divine Comedy, kinda Blur, kinda Pulp, kinda Smiths?
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can i recommend somebody a britpop album? Kinda divine comedy, kinda blur, kinda pulp, kinda smiths?
**** yes id be delighted.
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Old 02-27-2011, 03:10 PM   #490 (permalink)
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I'm with RezZ. I'd love some.
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