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    Sisters of Mercy - First and Last and Always, used vinyl whilst in Tokyo
    A classic! Nice addition to the collection.

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    Chino Amobi - Paradiso. Some great tracks - works as a whole too.

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    Thanks for joining the thread Soul Pill. That album is now on my "to discover" list.

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    Deathprod - Imaginary Songs From Tristan Da Cunha (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Brume - Zona Ventille (CD, Discogs)
    Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - Tender Prey (CD, Discogs)
    Biosphere - The Petrified Forest (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Ellen Arkbro - For Organ and Brass (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    V/A - Mono No Aware (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Pinkcourtesyphone - Under Chandeliers (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Burial - Subtemple (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Amanda Palmer & Edward Ka-Spel - I Can Draw a Rainbow (FLAC, Bandcamp)

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    Ancient Methods - 1st Method
    Ancient Methods - 2nd Method
    Ancient Methods - 3rd Method
    Ancient Methods - 4th Method
    Ancient Methods - 5th Method
    Ancient Methods Vs Adam X - Cardiac Dysrhythmia EP

    all FLAC
    ...bombing the bass, blasting the beat

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    Television - Marquee Moon. Used vinyl at a flea market.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Television - Marquee Moon. Used vinyl at a flea market.
    What an amazing find.

    I am waiting to receive Massive Pissed Love by Richard Hell in the mail. His music is legendary, but I definitely recommend his writing as well.

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    All Flac, probably gonna record a new mix this upcoming week...
    Ostgut Ton – Fiedel: Track 432
    50 Weapons - Popular Religions - Margaret Dygas: Popular Religions
    2 B Real – Finn: Late at Night (Keypad Mix)
    Blueprint – Truncate: Process
    Dystopian 021 – Woo York: Alien Worlds (The Advent Jacking Remix)
    Index .001 – Breakage: Elmhurst Dub
    Failsafe Records – Juxta Position: Sutartines and Machines
    Non Standard Productions – Margaret Dygas: 37 Min to 7
    Klockworks KW04 – Klockworks: Pulse
    Livity Sound Recordings – Kowton: More Games (MM/KM More Names Mix)
    Clergy CRG001 – Cleric: Restore
    Delsin DSR-C4 – Artefakt: From Our Minds to Yours
    Mord 037 – Lockertmatik: Interlock 2
    Dynamic Tension DTR012 – Surgeon: Convenience Trap, Pt. 2
    I love beautiful melodies, telling me terrible things.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Television - Marquee Moon. Used vinyl at a flea market.
    amazing record. saw them live 8 years ago.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    What an amazing find.

    I am waiting to receive Massive Pissed Love by Richard Hell in the mail. His music is legendary, but I definitely recommend his writing as well.
    both the albums of richard hell and the voidoids are amazing too

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    try the testors of sonny vincent. they came also from new york.. or the crime from san francisco.

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    Agnes Obel - Citizen of Glass (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Pinkcourtesyphone + Kid Congo Powers - Move to Trash (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Pinkcourtesyphone - Talk the Pleasure Out of It (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Pan•American - Pan•American (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Pinkcourtesyphone - Foley Folly Folio (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Drekka - Exactioning (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Donato Dozzy - The Loud Silence (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Anjou - Epithymía (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Dread - In Dub (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Xordox - Neospection (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Rafael Toral - Harmonic Series 0 (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Free Aktion - Be Love Now (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    Midwife - Like Author, Like Daughter (FLAC, Bandcamp)
    T UM’ - Monochromes Vol. 1 (FLAC, Bandcamp)

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    Broken Social Scene - Hug of Thunder
    Roísín Murphy - Hairless Toys
    Roísín Murphy - Take Me Up to Monto
    Beat Pharmacy - Wikkid Times/Remixes/Dubs
    Sensate Focus - The X/Y Series
    yyu - moomoo vol. 1
    Feist - Pleasure
    who slips in to my body and whispers to my ghost?

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    I guess I am going to continue to be my boring self by re-purchasing old iconic music on CDs :/

    Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
    Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
    Radiohead - OK Computer (OK NOT OK, 2017 remaster)
    Radiohead - The Bends
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    Both those bands have great b-sides. Is it redundant to love Adore on SZ? That is coincidentally the one that I come back to the most when I'm in an SP mood, it's the most interesting to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudleyGray View Post
    Both those bands have great b-sides. Is it redundant to love Adore on SZ? That is coincidentally the one that I come back to the most when I'm in an SP mood, it's the most interesting to me.
    I feel like a lot (perhaps most?) of the crowd in SZ is in their late 20's/30's, and thus most must be entirely alright with the Smashing Pumpkins. The redundancy is irrelevant, given that Adore is an awesome album.

    As much as I love the Smashing Pumpkins, I must say that I have stayed away from their music after Billy Corgan began to unravel and show his true colors. It is really sad to think that someone who's work I used to "Adore" is a conspiracy theorist, and right wing nut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    I feel like a lot (perhaps most?) of the crowd in SZ is in their late 20's/30's, and thus most must be entirely alright with the Smashing Pumpkins. The redundancy is irrelevant, given that Adore is an awesome album.

    As much as I love the Smashing Pumpkins, I must say that I have stayed away from their music after Billy Corgan began to unravel and show his true colors. It is really sad to think that someone who's work I used to "Adore" is a conspiracy theorist, and right wing nut.

    :/
    Oh my goodness I could not agree more with this.

    Seeing If All Goes Wrong really damaged my relationship with the music for a very long time, especially the moment in the hotel room where the interviewer asked him about why he won't ever play Soma and he had a little tantrum because "everyone [thought] James wrote Soma but [Billy] wrote Soma and never gets credit for it".


    Maybe it's my fault for romanticising a human being when we're all inherently flawed. We all invest so much of ourselves into the works of artists that resonates with us, and then subsequently the artist themselves. This is why I maintain the position that I never want to meet my heroes.

    Either way it's still a sad shock to the system when you realise just how puerile someone that you looked up to actually is.

    But you know if you can separate the artist from the art... sometimes I put on Mellon Collie or Siamese Dream and it just really fills me with me that deep resonant pleasure I remember getting the first time around.

    Sometimes I just play Pug on repeat.

    Sometimes I want to listen to Machina II but it's not on any streaming services and I want to listen to Dross so I have to play it on YouTube.

    And sometimes I remember the last time I saw them live and he peacocked around the stage so arrogantly and I felt my displeasure for him almost burning through my skin but then they played Landslide and it was such a surprising delight...

    Sorry. I have a lot of feelings about Smashing Pumpkins.
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    I guess I am going to continue to be my boring self by re-purchasing old iconic music on CDs :/
    Same for me, but with old school iconic rappers:

    MC Eiht - Which way iz wezt (new stuff, exec producer is DJ Premier)
    Richie Rich - Grabs, Snatches & Takes (old stuff: includes some incredible Bay Area gems)

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    As much as I love the Smashing Pumpkins, I must say that I have stayed away from their music after Billy Corgan began to unravel and show his true colors. It is really sad to think that someone who's work I used to "Adore" is a conspiracy theorist, and right wing nut.
    Quote Originally Posted by ahn View Post
    Oh my goodness I could not agree more with this.
    At least Billy is a relatively harmless crazy. He's not John Lennon or R. Kelly, nobody's been hurt or injured, you know? Maybe it's just a product of having grown up in a red state, but I think idiots and assholes can be OK, there are worse things. On second thought, I think it's my cynicism. I'm convinced everyone's some kind of asshole, either by intent or accident. And Billy's a crazy narcissist with shitty views, but I don't see how that's my problem. He has that ability, kind of like divining, that results in sounds that give a lot of people meaning, and this somehow transcends politics. Like I'm not a huge fan of the hoagie dude down the street, but I love his Italian hoagies. He probably posts mean things in comments sections of obscure blogs or some shit, who knows, people are weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DudleyGray View Post
    Both those bands have great b-sides. Is it redundant to love Adore on SZ? That is coincidentally the one that I come back to the most when I'm in an SP mood, it's the most interesting to me.
    Easily the most underrated SP album.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    Television - Marquee Moon. Used vinyl at a flea market.
    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    What an amazing find.

    I am waiting to receive Massive Pissed Love by Richard Hell in the mail. His music is legendary, but I definitely recommend his writing as well.
    Quote Originally Posted by rl82 View Post
    amazing record. saw them live 8 years ago.
    The more I listen to it, the more I am beginning to see that it's one of those rare perfect albums from start to finish.
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