The recently bought records topic

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Postby willie on Mon Sep 04, 2006 10:37 am

I'll tell you what I think IS. Good for you and I wish my kids didn't keep insisting on frivolities like food and shoes so I could go buy 6 new albums.
Enjoy 8)
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Postby psychhead on Tue Sep 05, 2006 6:25 am

8) The most recent I bought was: Wolfmother's debut album. A bit underrated by the critics, but at least it's anti-whimp music.

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Help needed: who has this CD? I'm trying to decide wether to buy it or not....any recommendations, comments, etc.?! :?

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Postby willie on Tue Sep 05, 2006 2:43 pm

I've been hinting to my wife and kids about wanting the Wolfmother LP for some time now, it's my birthday soon *cough, erhem!* so fingers crossed. :D
As for the Cox and Miles one. I've not heard it so can't comment. Both good/great musicians but as I think I've said before in my opinion 'the expirence they ain't'. My advice would be buy it make me a copy and pop it in the post. 8)
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Postby freakmeout on Tue Sep 05, 2006 4:34 pm

I was at my uncle's apartment the other day, and was tempted to steal some of his Zappa albums (I would have given them back!!), "Shiek Yerbouti", "Lumpy Gravy", "Mothers at the Roxy 1971", and "Broadway the Hard Way", but I decided to let him keep them.

However, just as a warning: my school has a halloween dance, and I'm totally making a Shiek Yerbouti costume.
They are extremely uncomfortable with the idea that I am a teenage girl in the body of a 60 year old career criminal who has already died 16 times...
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Postby pandalove on Tue Sep 05, 2006 5:49 pm

that, my friend, is going to be CLASSIC. take pictures!!! that would make great christmas cards....
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Postby Chasin'Destiny on Tue Sep 05, 2006 8:19 pm

freakmeout wrote:
However, just as a warning: my school has a halloween dance, and I'm totally making a Shiek Yerbouti costume.





:shock: We want more , we want more , we want more !

:shock: Zugabe , zugabe , zugabe , we want more !

:shock: Photographs of Sheik Yerbouti please !

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Postby freakmeout on Wed Sep 06, 2006 5:56 pm

Yesterday I bought:


"American Beauty" by the Grateful Dead


aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaannnndddd.......


"The B-52's" by none other than the B-52's.

And there they saw a rock!
But it wasn't a rock!
It was a ROCK LOBSTER!!!

The lady at the counter looked at me funny. Hippie...new wave...WHAT ARE YOU?!
The answer my friends, is batshit insane!
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Postby Indian Summer on Sat Sep 09, 2006 9:50 am

I only heard one Grateful Dead record; Anthem Of The Sun.
Even though it sounded nice, I'm not really into it yet.

Just bought some records...and one DVD.
I know I just bought 6 records on monday, but I can't help myself buying one record after another.
I'm in love with music!!!

- Jefferson Airplane - Takes Off (one of the few JA releases I didn't have)

- The Who - The Kids Are Alright DVD (famous documentary with music)

- Neil Young - Zuma

- Neil Young - American Stars And Gaybars (Like A Hurricane is included)

Nice ehhhh 8)
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Postby briank on Sat Sep 09, 2006 1:47 pm

Indian Summer wrote:I only heard one Grateful Dead record; Anthem Of The Sun.
Even though it sounded nice, I'm not really into it yet.


i have that album on vinyl... probably the most psychedelic cover i have... of course the music is restricted by the amount you can put on record, and the dead were of course huge on long jams where bunches of songs blended into each other
i always believe in checking out a band's first album
so i believe it would behoove you to check out their debut, which is almost "garage-rock"ish, really really good
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Postby freakmeout on Sat Sep 09, 2006 3:02 pm

The album that REALLY got me into the Dead was "Live/Dead", so pick that up if you can!
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Postby briank on Sat Sep 09, 2006 3:24 pm

freakmeout wrote:The album that REALLY got me into the Dead was "Live/Dead", so pick that up if you can!


i first listened to "workingman's dead" and "american beauty"
my natural curiosity swung me back to the glory days of the 60s
really, none of their albums (perhaps barring the whole "dick's picks" set which i haven't even bothered to look into) compare to their live, unedited shows... particularly anything before 1970
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Postby psychhead on Sun Sep 10, 2006 9:14 am

:D 8) Thanx Willie.....what you said about the band is what's making me hesitate actually! Anyway, if I DO decide to but it, I'll let you know for sure man!!!
Stay cool 8) :wink:

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willie wrote:I've been hinting to my wife and kids about wanting the Wolfmother LP for some time now, it's my birthday soon *cough, erhem!* so fingers crossed. :D
As for the Cox and Miles one. I've not heard it so can't comment. Both good/great musicians but as I think I've said before in my opinion 'the expirence they ain't'. My advice would be buy it make me a copy and pop it in the post. 8)
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Postby willie on Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:16 am

I just got the Wolfmother debut for my birthday. OOOPs I've gone and mentioned my birthday again. :oops:
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Postby pandalove on Thu Sep 28, 2006 3:58 pm

hey willie! my friend will's birthday is today too.
weird.
happy birthday tho!!!

i just ordered blows against the empire..... signed by paul kantner....
for 3 bucks.....
genius....
i already have it but whats 3 bucks? i thought it was kinda cool.
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Postby freakmeout on Thu Sep 28, 2006 6:12 pm

"Low" by David Bowie
"More Songs About Buildings And Food" by the Talking Heads

The Talking heads album was one of those DualSides, so there was a DVD on the flip-side. David Byrne kicks so much ass. :wink:
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