Discussion in 'Whatever' started by JHOTTROD, Jan 5, 2006.
Season of the Mist has this album for sale that comes with corpse paint and an Abbath face patch. It's pretty fantastic.
I’m listening to the album now and it rips for
sure. I already like it better then the self titled. It’s tight and seamless. Good groove to
it while still being heavy.
I've been digging the new All Hell lately:
And speaking of which, is anyone going to Psycho this year? Could be fun to do a meet up!
I’ve been listening to one of my favorite albums of all time today, Getz/Gilberto! (Stan Getz/Joao Gilberto) I don’t know if any of you have heard but Joao Gilberto passed away a day or two ago. He was basically one of the people invented Bossa Nova.. So sad..
Here’s the album on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/2W6Hvrtg2Zpc9dW4aBDbdP?si=ruRi2yd0SWqvwCYX9t8K_Q
Here’s a link to the album on YouTube:
Rest In Peace Joao..
João and Astrud are two of my longtime favorites. Even if their relationship didn't last that long, they certainly found a way to be immortal together early on. Sad news. Rest in peach, O Mito.
Dr. John, the Night Tripper, left us recently as well.
Here's how most met him, myself as well, although my friend that hipped me to him way back when skipped to this track for my hazy, green introduction:
He spent nearly 65 years of his 77 years on the stage. Remarkable.
A pi ta, Doc.
I prefer pre-Corpsegrinder Cannibal Corpse.
Listen to City Pop. Beautiful album from 1977.
I would love to see Marduk live someday. I've been digging Craft a bunch lately
That's a fun album! Thank you for sharing.
My girlfriend and I are getting engaged shortly and I am dying trying to figure out how to work this album by Panopticon into our reception somehow. The intro is just too beautiful, that and Panopticon is from my home state of Kentucky.
abbath turned out a new album. Its alright
2 AWESOME new finds:
BEST hip hop since the 90's
One of my favorite things from 21 years ago: Jad & David Fair's Monster Songs for Children:
^ The last great record of the 1980s. Still a headscratcher that it was considered a flop in its day.
RIP Nathanial Hörnblowér.
New Pigs Blood is SICK
Three distinct moods:
Steve Reich and Musicians - Drumming - Original 1971 Live Recording
Lee Ranaldo From Here to Infinity 1987
Stereolab / Nurse With Wound - Simple Headphone Mind 1997
Love this album: “Marchen” from Umbrella Brigade
Another something that might not be for you:
Works for me, though.
Click through for an interesting write-up.
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