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Old 04-01-2011, 03:16 PM   #541 (permalink)
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Crukster and I did a little trade. I made him get Songs About Fucking and he made me get this:

I've always dissed prog as a genre because....well, a lot of it is complete shit. I liked Green Desert though. I thought it was pretty good. I was expecting it to bore me about halfway through but it didn't, it was just nice. Soothing. Sort of a mind massage.

Btown waned me to get this too:

I haven't touched it yet, I'll save it for tomorrow.
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Old 04-02-2011, 01:51 PM   #542 (permalink)
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Woven Hand - Consider the Birds (2004)



I hope you haven't heard it already. It is my favorite album by Woven Hand (or Wovenhand), a band of David Eugene Edwards, who previously fronted 16 Horsepower. I recommend them too, but I decided to send you his second band. Well, I'm not going to tell you anything else about it. Just listen to it. I hope you like it.
This, Mosaic, and his self-titled are quite good. I listened to The Threshingfloor the other day and kind of.... disliked it. Idk what's going on there.
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Old 04-02-2011, 01:54 PM   #543 (permalink)
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A while back CandyCorn sent me a f*ckton of trance. I've listened to everything at least once (nearly 8 hours of music) and I really enjoyed it. I particularly enjoyed the "hard/tech" mix, and among that mix, the track "Par" was probably my favorite of the whole compilation. A big thanks to him for edging me closer into the realm of electronic music (that isn't Aphex Twin or Daft Punk)
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Old 04-02-2011, 01:57 PM   #544 (permalink)
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Woopee, thanks brah. In return I sent Pedestrian Wovenhand's Self-Titled Debut. Been on a total binge lately.

Great album (I'm sure Pedestrian loved it). Speaking of which... whatever happened to him?
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Old 04-02-2011, 02:19 PM   #545 (permalink)
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Great album (I'm sure Pedestrian loved it). Speaking of which... whatever happened to him?
I think Pedestrian is a her, and I don't know... s/he disappeared. S/he's still scrobbling on LastFM though.
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Old 04-03-2011, 04:34 AM   #546 (permalink)
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I think Pedestrian is a her, and I don't know... s/he disappeared. S/he's still scrobbling on LastFM though.
she went on vacation to the UK and ummm I'm not sure when she's getting back or if she got back already but yeah.
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Old 04-04-2011, 02:24 AM   #547 (permalink)
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Weird that I happened to stumble in on this.

I'm in London.

I'll be home in two days.

Mystery resolved!
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Old 04-04-2011, 03:44 AM   #548 (permalink)
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Weird that I happened to stumble in on this.

I'm in London.

I'll be home in two days.

Mystery resolved!
oh okay. I hope you took loads of pictures. I'd like to see some of them.


Oh I listened to your friends band and they are pretty good.

"Give up on love" and "these are your days" are two of my favorite tracks.
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They're fantastic live, actually. Will's a real entertainer.
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Old 04-05-2011, 10:23 PM   #550 (permalink)
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Emissaries - Melechesh (2006)

Having only a very elementary knowledge of/experience with black metal, I was a little curious as to why this was selected for me. Even upon perusing CHCl3's last.fm, I saw no compatibility between us. Regardless, I'm always up for listening to something I haven't heard before. Oddly enough, the first day I listened to this album the band was playing in my city.

The wiki tells me they hail from Jerusalem and describe themselves as "Mesopotamian Metal".

So lets take a listen,

Right from the get-go, these gents dive right in at a blistering pace. What goods any build-up for anyway? This isn't post-rock. Heavy guitars, gritty vocals, a generous amount of kick drum, practically inaudible bass guitar...sounds like metal to me. The next track begins with a little more 'hard-rock' quality, then quickly escalates to some thunderous, steady double-kickery, which I always enjoy. The moments of clean, chant-like singing fit very well yet add a level of contrast to the music. I dig 'em. It was a little reminiscent of the computer game Age of Mythology (loads of fun) which I suppose just adds to the whole fertile crescent theme. I can't comment too much on the raspy troll vocals, they seem to be about the standard for the genre. About midway through the album, you begin to hear a little more middle eastern tinged melodies in the guitar work, something I am a fan of though for "Mesopotamian Metal" I would have expected more area inspired instrumentation sooner.

At this point, deep in musical focus, I drifted off to sleep. That's not to say it was a boring, albeit it was verging on repetitive, lack of sleep and sickness just got the best of me.

To be continued...
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