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|Monday, November 28th, 2005|
Since this community has been abandoned by one of its maintainers, I s'pose it's all mine now. I'd like to get it up and running again.
so... what's everyone listening to at the moment?
|Wednesday, October 19th, 2005|
I love Elliott Smith's album "Unreleased: From a Basement on the Hill II" which leaked a few days ago.
Anyone else get it?
I like it more than "From a Basement on the Hill" because it has Elliott's vibe. I know his friends and family tried hard to put "From a basement on the hill" together but the music on "II" that were left alone are the best.
It's also nearing the date of his death. Any plans?
|Tuesday, September 20th, 2005|
GET ON IT, YO!
POST SOME SHIT, BITCHES !!;-)
|Friday, July 29th, 2005|
I just downloaded
the Elliott Smith
Nico's "Chelsea Girl's". It's very
beautiful & he makes it so haunting.
If anyone her would like me to send
them the file, please leave your either
you e-mail or your aim sn & also
what your name, and I will be
more than happy to send it to you note
1999.10.14 @ Satyricon, Portland OR
|Thursday, July 28th, 2005|
Hi everyone!! I just joined & I promise I'm not a twat.
I just ordered this album after some extensive internet trolling & an unbelievably good price: Emitt Rhodes Self-titled In 1970, and with little fanfare, ABC/Dunhill Records released a self-titled album by a young man named Emitt Rhodes. With more than a slight nod to the Beatles (particularly Paul McCartney), its twelve tracks are among the finest examples of pop-song form in history. More amazingly, the entire album ó every song ó was written, sung, performed, engineered and produced by Emitt himself, a feat he accomplished nearly simultaneously with McCartney. The album and Emitt had what seemed to be a promising future ahead, breaking into the Top 40 (peaking at a respectable #29) and spawning a single that nearly cracked the Top 40 as well. But, through a number of marketing and contractual flubs, Emitt Rhodes ó the man and the album ó faded into the shadows of rock-and-roll obscurity, along with his subsequent releases.
Billboard magazine called him "one of the finest artists on the music scene today" (4/3/71) and later referred to his debut as one of the "best albums of the decade" (11/23/96.) Alternative Press described it as "essential listening...a true pop gem..." (2/96) It's a shame that to your average person-on-the-street today, the name Emitt Rhodes doesn't mean much. But to many who bought that first album, it occupies a special place in their record collection; a pure pop masterpiece that endures countless listens.
|Friday, July 15th, 2005|
Okay..so for some STRANGE reason we keep having these trolls signing up for this community, so now there is no longer open membership. If I find that you're for real and want to discuss music, you'll gladly be accepted. Otherwise, take your idiocy elsewhere, and get a life instead of bothering people on the Internet.
|Saturday, July 9th, 2005|
wow, this community died a bit.
so! what's (or are) the most recent albums you've bought?
i recently got suede
by, uh, suede, and blur
|Monday, April 25th, 2005|
i'm planning on expanding my pavement collection. god, i got into them so late. anyway, i only have crooked rain, crooked rain
and the cut your hair single (apparently it's out of print?). what do you suggest i buy next?
|Saturday, April 16th, 2005|
currently in love with:
|Tuesday, April 12th, 2005|
i just wanted to say that i hadnt been to a show in ages prior to seeing adam green last thursday and friday.
he was fantastic! very charasmatic! i loved every minute of it, and he was quite nice on top of all that.
if you guys get the chance, definitely see him!
here is a playlist for you
it is 'good recent music'
01 GORILLAZ - feel good inc (from Demon Days)
02 FISCHERSPOONER - all we are (from Odyssey)
03 DAFT PUNK - make love (from Human After All)
04 EELS - losing streak (from Blinking Lights and Other Revelations)
05 AFX - i'm self employed (from Analord 6)
06 MAXIMO PARK - postcard of a painting (from A Certain Trigger)
07 AUTECHRE - sublimit (from Untilted)
08 OUT HUD - how long (from Let Us Never Speak Of It Again)
09 AMBULANCE LTD - heavy lifting (from self-titled)
10 QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE - in my head (from Lullabyes To Paralyze)
11 ATHLETE - never running out (from the single Wires)
12 O9 - terminal silver (from Church Of The Ghetto P.C.)
13 BRENDAN BENSON - spit it out (from Alternative To Love)
14 NEW ORDER - waiting for the sirens' call (from Waiting For The Sirens' Call)
15 ANNIE - heartbeat (alan braxe remix) (from the single Heartbeat)
16 AKRON/FAMILY - running, returning (from self-titled)
17 JULIET - avalon (jacques lu cont remix) (from the single Avalon)
18 BECK - broken drum (boards of canada remix) (from Guero Deluxe Edition)
19 LCD SOUNDYSTEM - yr city's a sucker (full version) (from self-titled)
|Sunday, April 10th, 2005|
|Saturday, April 9th, 2005|
Why is pitchfork so hegemonic? I don't get it. It really bothers me (obviously).
I want to boycott them, who's with me?
Where should I go instead for my music news?
|Friday, April 1st, 2005|
this morning was listening to the rolling stones, and realised that they were really, really good (until a certain point, you know. i cant stand to listen to anything after 1980).
and i want to know, what is your favourite rolling stones song(s)?
i would say mine are 'ruby tuesday' and 'time is on my side.'
|Friday, March 18th, 2005|
everyone needs to own this album.
it's helping me out of a slump.
|Wednesday, March 9th, 2005|
|Saturday, March 5th, 2005|
i really dont understand why the arcade fire are
so popular. totally overhyped, the songs are lacking
and the singer's voice is annoying.
so, in response to modlass
, i want to
add that arcade fire suck as well.
|Friday, March 4th, 2005|
I can't help but like them though..
"Most of Tree City sounds lifted from Britt Daniel's songbook. By that, I don't mean it sounds somewhat like it. I mean, it sounds like they stole the tapes from Britt's house and scribbled their name over his. Does Daniel live on High Street? That would make sense. Otherwise, it's hard to believe that a band, even relative newcomers, would be so blatant about borrowing ideas. Aren't New Yorkers cagier than that? But they present a pretty striking facsimile, albeit with the expected loss of definition and detail.
Singer Ben Trokan Single White Female's it throughout, knocking the dust off Daniel's weary loverboy rasp and cribbing notes from scratched-out lyric sheets. Trokan and his mates do such a fine rendition that, at first, it's easy to pretend it is a new Spoon record
. Their Stella-soaked piano pop bounces and shakes where it should, with a few idiosyncratic touches that keep things interesting on certain numbers, like the horn section on "Spanish Teeth" or dancy-slappyhands on "Amanda Green". "Beneath the Trees" even threatens to carve out a unique path with its breathy ooh's and la's and Trokan's thrusts into falsetto. It's the clearest indication that ROHS have a chance if they're willing to trust their songwriting and ability a bit more the next time out."
That's what I'm sayin'.
I wish I didn't like them, but it IS easy to pretend that their album is the next spoon album.
|Thursday, March 3rd, 2005|
It had to be said.
|Sunday, February 27th, 2005|