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Old 08-22-2013, 06:01 AM   #31 (permalink)
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that's the thing about having your own journal though, just write about how certain tracks make you feel or any memories related to certain songs. Express yourself the way that you feel comfortable. You don't need to be the most knowledgeable person in music to do that.
Maybe I'll give it a go eventually but I'm a shit writer so it'll be a piece of shit journal, no question about that.
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Old 08-22-2013, 02:00 PM   #32 (permalink)
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i found this band by accident in my friends ipod and at first i didn't like them much because i thought they were just trying to be avant garde and that's it..

i didn't quite get their vibe right away it took my awhile to get it but their guitars and song structures were so creative that i still liked listening to them even if i felt their music was way above my head at the time lol

Slowly but surely i started to get them and then that was it.. i became a total deerhoof suck up..

i remember the first song that really got me into them was this one


Deerhoof - Spirit Ditties of No Tone - YouTube

They really have broaden my horizons musically and they still do, they have influenced how i play guitar and how i want to play guitar and just how creativity is not dead in music yet.

Thank you Deerhoof for existing <3
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Old 08-22-2013, 03:14 PM   #33 (permalink)
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My favorite album to this day and nothing will beat it. I don't even really know why it mesmerized me so much, as I can't really identify with it on a personal level. I think I just love studying human emotions so much and this album oozes more emotion than most band's can ever hope to in an entire discography. It's truly a beautiful, hypnotic work of art, and the music itself is quite good too.
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Neon Bible - Arcade Fire

My personal favorite record. I've enjoyed everything Arcade Fire has put out, but Neon Bible has touched me on a very spiritual and emotional level that no other record has ever done. Something about each track (except Black Waves/Bad Vibrations) puts me into a whole different level of mindset that's very blissful, yet this is a very sad album.
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Old 08-23-2013, 02:13 PM   #35 (permalink)
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IMO the greatest live album ever made in the sense that it sounds for all the world like a STUDIO album, and AFAIK is the only rock/pop recording that was ever mixed BEFORE it was recorded directly to the two-track stero that's on the album without a single overdub. I just posted the full review here:

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Old 08-23-2013, 04:05 PM   #36 (permalink)
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IMO the greatest live album ever made in the sense that it sounds for all the world like a STUDIO album, and AFAIK is the only rock/pop recording that was ever mixed BEFORE it was recorded directly to the two-track stero that's on the album without a single overdub. I just posted the full review here:

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Good taste Paul. That is one hell of a great album. Joe Jackson is a songwriter on a different level.
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Just wanted to say that your review made me obsessed with this album again. Id heard it before but I was in the middle of a huge hip hop binge and decided to put this on after seeing it here. Havent really stopped listening to it since. Soo great! So thanks for sharing i guess haha
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Old 08-24-2013, 03:09 AM   #38 (permalink)
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Just wanted to say that your review made me obsessed with this album again. Id heard it before but I was in the middle of a huge hip hop binge and decided to put this on after seeing it here. Havent really stopped listening to it since. Soo great! So thanks for sharing i guess haha
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Catherine Wheel - Chrome (1993)

I am not a great writer, and can't go on for a while without getting bored and just deleting the whole thing so I will just say that this album is an emotional spectrum, with fantastic stand alone tracks and brilliant musicianship. It WILL invade your soul if you allow it to.
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Do you have a favourite track? Just whacked it on now.
Hmm tough call. Probably one of Sittin' Here, Fix up Look Sharp, Jezebel or Live O. Cant really say for sure tho
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