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    the new Smashing Pumpkins album is actually pretty great! This is a great surprise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jinsai View Post
    the new Smashing Pumpkins album is actually pretty great! This is a great surprise.
    alright, who hacked jinsai's account?

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    Sneaky Peaches lifting the snare sound from "Closer"!

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    So far today's home office shuffle of music from my library brought me (in that order):

    1. The Smashing Pumpkins - Rocket
    2. Four Tet - 10 Midi
    3. Modill - High Energy
    4. Phife Dawg - The Club Hoppa
    5. Big Black Delta - Jake Amo
    6. Yesterday's New Quintet - Julani
    7. C-Rayz Walz - Dead Buffalos
    8. Zion I - Warrior's Dance
    9. Matthew Dear - Crimewaves
    10. Nine Inch Nails - No, You Don't (Version)
    11. Homeliss Derilex - Outlaw
    12. The Flaming Lips - Worm Mountain
    13. Chelsea Wolfe - Simple Death
    14. Stereolab - Jaunty Monty and the Bubbles of Silence
    15. Pharoahe Monch - The Jungle
    16. Massive Attack - Lately
    17. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Easy Money
    18. The War On Drugs - Eyes To The Wind
    19. Aesop Rock - Homemade Mummy
    20. The Kleenrz - A Big Mess
    21. The Dismemberment Plan - Invisible
    22. 2Mex - Alive-A-Cation
    23. Vangelis - Unweiled Twinkling Space
    24. David Bowie - Young Americans
    25. M.F. Doom - Lemon Grass
    26. David Bowie - Panic in Detroit
    27. The Cure - Homesick
    28. PJ Harvey - The Garden
    29. My Bloody Valentine - Cupid Home
    30. Tobacco - Home Invasionaries
    31. Nine Inch Nails - 1,000,000 (Live from Lights in the Sky Tour)
    32. Pixies - Ring The Bell
    33. New Order - Age of Consent
    34. Nine Inch Nails - Ruiner (Version)
    35. Sunny Day Real Estate - Guitar and Video Games
    36. Koushik - Too Much Tenderness
    37. Cliff Martinez - Take Off Your Shoes
    38. Deerhunter - Leather Jacket II
    39. The Breeders - Huffer
    40. E-40 - 1 Luv
    ...

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    Still one of the funnest shows I've attended.

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    I don't recall the 'how' but I found a bunch of bootlegs on archive.org for a 90s band - the who isn't important - and I've been listening to them today. It's kind of amazing how badly they play their own songs live. Like, how do you do that? One of them was such a bad performance that if I were a member of that audience I'd for sure never listen to them again. Wow.

    The fascinating thing is that all of them seem to be pro-recorded because they sound great other than the poor playing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allegate View Post
    I don't recall the 'how' but I found a bunch of bootlegs on archive.org for a 90s band - the who isn't important - and I've been listening to them today. It's kind of amazing how badly they play their own songs live. Like, how do you do that? One of them was such a bad performance that if I were a member of that audience I'd for sure never listen to them again. Wow.

    The fascinating thing is that all of them seem to be pro-recorded because they sound great other than the poor playing.
    oh please tell us what band it is

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    My my, it's a (depending on your musical leanings) somewhat lame band and cumbersome for me to try to do anything like that.


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    Natali Kruger - 83% invisible

    Do you like dark, dark, DARK stuff? You need to hear this.

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    and once that's over and you're had your cry you can cheer up with this.


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    Plenty of bad things to say about Adema but, at their best, they could write solid hooks.

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    I don't think I've shared this here but if I have, it's worth sharing again. It's an amazing orchestral piece that's beautiful and peaceful and haunting and upsetting--sometimes all at once. Enter Shikari's "La Mer" for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archive_Reports View Post


    Plenty of bad things to say about Adema but, at their best, they could write solid hooks.
    what the FUCK i had this song stuck in my head today!!! how does that happen to us so often???

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    what the FUCK i had this song stuck in my head today!!! how does that happen to us so often???
    Song gets in my head once or twice a month, at least.

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    Tom Jones just got very Radiohead-esque!

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    this is really the only thing that's speaking to me right now


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    The two minutes to late night Splitsville with Cave In and Every Time I Die covering each other . It's on band camp but its not visible for some reason. Maybe you have to have been already following them? or logged in, more likely. My password isn't saved on this tablet so I don't know. Der.

    Brilliant stuff. Not super familiar with either band but both songs rock. Bought the two vinyl releases too, but I wish they were available digitally as well.

    http://twominutestolatenight.bandcamp.com

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    https://images.genius.com/0888810ac7...000x1000x1.jpg

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    oh, nice. I had let my Lenka lapse since I first heard of her so good to hear she's still making stuff. thanks!

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    I can't stop listening to Whirling Hall of Knives.


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    Sea Oleena - Shallow.

    Stunning; at times indescribably beautiful.

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