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    And on that note:


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    I have been jamming The Faint nonstop lately. Specifically the last 2 albums fasciination and doom abuse as well as the bsides from those eras. I didn't really like them at first other than a few songs. Really grown on me. Strange how that works.

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    https://www.facebook.com/carlcox247/...3827696691937/

    Carl Cox's final set from Space Ibiza before it closed down for good. Excellent house, tech-house & techno. Plenty of classics in there too of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick999 View Post
    I have been jamming The Faint nonstop lately. Specifically the last 2 albums fasciination and doom abuse as well as the bsides from those eras. I didn't really like them at first other than a few songs. Really grown on me. Strange how that works.
    was SUPER into them in high school. saw them three or four times (once with TV on the Radio...that was incredible). never got into the two albums you mentioned, but i love blank wave arcade, danse macabre, and wet from birth.

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    Currently on track 5, so far so good.

    Edit: Finished listening, I expected more tracks like Automaton (song) from this album, but sadly I can report that it's not. It could be a grower, though.
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    b/c I'm finally seeing these dudes headline on Friday...



    b/c I'm then seeing these dudes on Saturday...


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    Honestly really enjoying this album. Probably the best since I, though I like Distortion and Realism.

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    been listening to these this morning, i'm really liking then



    https://www.youtube.com/user/NewRetroWave/videos

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    was SUPER into them in high school. saw them three or four times (once with TV on the Radio...that was incredible). never got into the two albums you mentioned, but i love blank wave arcade, danse macabre, and wet from birth.
    Oh shit, go back for another listen. Yes the albums you mentioned are fucking classics in my opinion. But give the last 2 another few spins. So much better than i remember. Fasciination is like their year zero soundwise. My son knows every word to the geeks were right at this point. He's 3.

    My favorite is wet from birth. Never saw them live unfortunately. Hope they are working on something new. Got into them from a live review I read around the time danse macabre came out saying they sounded like 'a young nine inch nails'. Bought the cd on that whim at the old record store (sam goody?) on jackson in chicago on my way to school and have loved them since.

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    The new Body Count album!

    Just what i needed right now.

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    this was my #1 album of 2016. i can't even tell you how many times i've listened to it, but it's been a while and i'm having a rough day, so i'm listening to it again now. still absolutely incredible.

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    A true legend:


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    Farting on ETS

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    Today marks the 21st birthday for this wonderful album!
    All Gatherers would truly appreciate this amazing and unique album.

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    I had to get Dragonforce out of my head so I got stuck in 1979 with two of my favorite albums


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    Fucking great.

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    MOGWAI
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    i love, love, LOVED beth's ep. and i have loved her in gossip, probably the best band to come out of this region since nirvana.

    her new album, as much as i hoped it would be dance floor bliss like "open heart surgery" is amazing so far:
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=kDJWhVwNrH4

    reminds me of music for men.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobbie solo View Post
    b/c I'm finally seeing these dudes headline on Friday...


    Saw this and made me wonder when and if they were doing any shows in Montreal. Well fuck me it's tonight and it's sold out.

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    I would strongly urge you to buy a ticket on the secondary market. They don't do headline tours here very much and they were excellent the other night. Don't blow it.

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    This is my all time favorite song in existence.
    I highly suggest listening to the previous track "Mental Tan" which leads into Gaia for the full effect.
    The sound compression from youtube destroys the dynamic range so I suggest actually listening to the record.

    I wish that Devin plays it live this current tour since there is no great sounding live recording, yet.
    Also check out that amazingly tight drumming from Ryan Van Poederooyen:

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