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    so, since we were talking about Fugazi earlier, and I just got back from getting my second Pfizer dose...


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    IT'S OUT!!! <3 Finally.

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    "i'd give anything to wake up from this motherfucking dream/ tell me who I got to blow/to get in this fucking show/yeah it's dark in there I know and/I got nowhere else to go"

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    sorry...

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    so. much. banks. she's fucking incredible.

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    what an odd video.

    also what's the effect where the person is clearly singing slower than the vocals but the lip-sync is still kind of on point? It always bugs me because it makes me think the sound is out of sync with the video.

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    Carrie Akre has such a lovely voice.

    now on to Kenna. I remember seeing that video for Hell Bent on MTV way back in 2001 and being awestruck by it. It didn't look like anything I had seen before (and before you ask no I had not seen the Tool video yet) and the music was so unique.



    With the release of his first single in 2001, "Hell Bent", Kenna gained moderate popularity and an underground following of fans who eagerly awaited the release of his debut album, New Sacred Cow. After many delays and swapping of record labels, the album was finally released under the Sony imprint Flawless in 2003.[2] A subsequent North American tour was launched in the Summer of 2003 with Depeche Mode front man Dave Gahan.

    The album, which was co-produced by Chad Hugo of The Neptunes, contained elements of electronica, synthpop, post-rock, and house music. Two singles, "Sunday After You" and "Freetime" followed the release of the album; the music video of the latter, along with "Hell Bent", appeared sporadically on MTV2. "Freetime" reached #19 on the U.S. Dance charts.[3]
    It makes a lot of sense that he toured with Dave Gahan since the music is Depeche Mode-ish at times.

    I remember burning the music to disc because his original label dropped him but the CD was out in the wild. 56k modem and a brand new CD-burner for my computer...which was on the floor because we were in the process of moving from AZ to WA so things were in disarray. I listened to that CDR on repeat pretty much the entire drive.

    I cannot find the video except on dailymotion and I don't think that embeds. I'm not going to find out. That said, the video that was chopped up to make the music video is available on youtube.

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    According to a 2014 study, this guy has the biggest vocabulary in hip hop, by a WIDE margin. He also used more unique words in the five or six albums that he'd released by then, than occur in Moby Dick and the works of Shakespeare. As intriguing as that is, I didn't dig the vibe of the songs I checked out back then.

    But, this NEW one is fucking great. And apparently it's from some sort of concept album about the supernatural. I can't wait to hear the rest of it.

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    Just got this. Absolutely awesome.


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    I dig it.

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    I mean it's good but it's also so similar to other works by the artist that I'm of two minds. I guess if you only listen to Cristobal every now and then you could pick any of the stuff (Utopia Season 1 is brilliant, as a suggestion) and you'd get it. But at the same time it's all really good so you can't go wrong.

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    Some light jams before this long weekend.


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    Too bad its (allegedly) Burton's last album with the band.

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    been listening to this a fair bit lately.
    but with all the tracks from the EPís and with Is Your Love Strong Enough? added, which makes 24 tracks, no remixes.
    but iíve been wondering if anyone has put together a revised running order?


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    ...been listening to the Watchmen 2009 Film soundtrack. didn't really like the original album cover artwork, so made a better one.
    if anyone else is interested, here it is! enjoy!!


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    'Box Steady', the new album from Ceephax, is an absolute acid smasher.


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    Been listening to a lot of Prefuse 73 recently...


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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    now on to Kenna. I remember seeing that video for Hell Bent on MTV way back in 2001 and being awestruck by it. It didn't look like anything I had seen before (and before you ask no I had not seen the Tool video yet) and the music was so unique.
    Ahh yeah i remember Kenna, i found out about them by way of Mike Shinoda's Fort Minor album in 2005 as he featured on a song from the special edition.



    I came across the Hell Bent video after that and the song and video were great!

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