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Old 03-09-2011, 01:53 PM   #511 (permalink)
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I'll trade you. I'm game for some Bhangra since I know basically nothing about it.
I am not an expert on it as I just listen to whatever my friends and family send me but I really liked this album.



Raw as Folk - Tru Skool (2007)

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'Raw As Folk' is the first release of the much hyped-about, much talked about Bazaar Records and features music from the mighty Tru Skool with vocals being graced by Bazaar’s very own Kaka Bhaniawala, Kulwinder Johal, Gurbhej Brar and Dippa Dosanjh (Satrang). The album contains 9 mind blowing tracks to suit every mood featuring lyrics from the legendary 'Dev Thrikewala.'

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Old 03-09-2011, 02:04 PM   #512 (permalink)
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Anyone have some good sleep music?
The Sight Below perhaps?








Hammock's Maybe They Will Sing For Us Tomorrow is probably good as well



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Old 03-09-2011, 03:26 PM   #513 (permalink)
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Is this the "Ask someone for a recommendation" thread now?
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:13 PM   #514 (permalink)
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Is this the "Ask someone for a recommendation" thread now?
Just what I was thinking.


If anyone feels like picking something for me to listen to I'd feel oh so joyful.
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:43 PM   #515 (permalink)
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Thanks to Dj and Phantasio for the Alt-Country reccomendations.
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Old 03-09-2011, 06:01 PM   #516 (permalink)
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Emissaries - Melechesh (2006)

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Emissaries is Melechesh's fourth full length album and third through Osmose Productions. The album introduces their new drummer Xul (who has been performing with them since 2004). The Album contains an instrumental Bonus Track - Extemporized Ophtalmic Release - it is not titled on the track listing but is number 11 on the CD, the given name of this track basically refers to it being an unplanned improvised jam.
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Old 03-09-2011, 06:27 PM   #517 (permalink)
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If anyone feels like picking something for me to listen to I'd feel oh so joyful.
You have a pretty eclectic taste judging by your last.fm. But, you seem to like noise-rock a lot, post-hardcore, alt-rock etc. Well, that's my impression. So I'm sending you:



Live Skull - Cloud One (1986)

New York alternative, noisy rock band with some elements of post-punk and no wave. They were compared to Sonic Youth initially, because they were a part of the same New York post no wave scene. Underrated band and a bit forgotten, but quite good and certainly deserves to be heard. I hope you'll like them. The opening track is a killer.
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Old 03-09-2011, 07:36 PM   #518 (permalink)
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You have a pretty eclectic taste judging by your last.fm. But, you seem to like noise-rock a lot, post-hardcore, alt-rock etc. Well, that's my impression. So I'm sending you:



Live Skull - Cloud One (1986)

New York alternative, noisy rock band with some elements of post-punk and no wave. They were compared to Sonic Youth initially, because they were a part of the same New York post no wave scene. Underrated band and a bit forgotten, but quite good and certainly deserves to be heard. I hope you'll like them. The opening track is a killer.
Thank you both, I'll check them out post-haste.
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Live Skull - Cloud One (1986)

New York alternative, noisy rock band with some elements of post-punk and no wave. They were compared to Sonic Youth initially, because they were a part of the same New York post no wave scene. Underrated band and a bit forgotten, but quite good and certainly deserves to be heard. I hope you'll like them. The opening track is a killer.
Good shout!

And by the way Dankrsta, I apologize for the time it's taken to post regarding the 23 Skidoo album you recommended here. I've listened to it a good number of times, but never got round to posting conclusive thoughts. I shall do so soon, but for now I'll just say - I really enjoy it! Some awesome percussion sounds on the album, and a very unique record. I remember a few weeks ago my flatmate came into my room whilst I was listening to it, in the middle of a particularly abrasive section - I think he was somewhat baffled! Anyway, I'll post my complete thoughts over the next few days, once I've given it another listen and it's fresh in my mind
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^Hey, no worries. Take your time. I'm glad you liked it.
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