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Discussion in 'The Musiquarium' started by wonderfly, Jan 18, 2013.
The Four Horsemen by Metallica.
The new Vintage Trouble album, 1 Hopeful Rd., came out this past Friday. After checking six or seven stores since then, I finally found a copy today. Listening to it now and liking it very much.
Courtney Barnett - Sometimes I Sit and Think, Sometimes I Just Sit
Serious contender for album of the year, probably my second after Sleater-Kinney's
Vocaloid - Sou Ai Sei Ri Ron album
Key- The Guess Who
The new Radiohead album, A Moon Shaped Pool.
Has anybody listened to this? Absolutely outstanding stuff, it's definetely gonna be remembered.
I have been listening to Shakira's Donde Estan los Landrones album, mainly because I enjoy listening to spanish music.
I enjoy that album, which is surprising, due to how terrible most of her music is for me (mostly when she turned blonde and started singing in english lol.
Yeah past that her music was way to repetitive for me to listen, so this is probably the only album of hers I would probably listen to.
Psychotron by Megadeth. It's actually the live version.
"The Hope Six Demolition Project", the new PJ Harvey album. The first track is fantastic, like really fantastic, but the album is sightly underwhelming for an artist like her. The singles are probably the best songs here. Still a good album.
Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain, one of the best indie rock albums ever, heck, one of the best albums ever.
CupcakKe - Shelters To Deltas
One of my AOTY's, literally better than The Beatles
New album from Roosevelt is on point!
Boxer by The National.
Now that's aband I completely regret overlooking for so long. It's incrsdible how every band that gets involved in anything Bob's Burgers related is great.
I See You by The xx is very very good, love the new sound. Few songs in the middle of the tracklist are pretty meh, but both the beginning and the closure of the LP are very strong, even the Drake-sampling bonus track.
As of 2016 year end lists:
Atrocity Exhibition by Danny Brown is so forward thinking and werid, it's kinda sad how it got overlooked by almost everyone. Sad he didn't released the most experimental tracks as singles, because they gave me chills. I pray this style will be influential in few years, kinda like 808s & Heartbreak was.
HOPELESSNESS by ANOHNI, E MO TION: Side B by Carly Rae Jepsen, 22, A Million by Bon Iver and Oh No by Jessy Lanza are other faves
My favorite from 2016 would be Mitski's Puberty 2, followed (in no order) by Bowie, Dark Blue, Camp Cope, Radiohead, Joanna Wang, The Rutabega, Heron Oblivion amongst others.
't Smidje from Laïs
Albumwise, I've been listening to The Beatles, due mostly in part to a local radio program called "Ticket to Ride," which features their music. I've even ripped a few tracks from some of their albums onto my computer. I also borrowed the three LOTR soundtrack CDs from my local public library after hearing an excerpt of music from one of the films on WRTI from Philadelphia.
Numerous times I tend to listen to the same select songs from various artists, but have been exploring unfamiliar-to-me territories (genres I don't usually associate with) such as Lindsey Webster and Saint Etienne. Of the former I repeat at different times the first two tracks off her "Back to Your Heart" album which are the song of the cover's name itself and "Where Do You Want To Go". Of the latter, the two main songs I tend to stick with are from their Home Counties album, the songs being are "After Hebden" and "Whyteleaf". Saint Etienne is an English band from a very very not-well known city called... London (heh). In terms of Lindsey I love her soothing voice and the melody of the music played especially in the two songs mentioned. To me she sounds like a friend of mine of the same name (except for an A instead of an E in 'Lindsay' - I feel they sound similar. I've yet to let this friend know but I get her face instead of Webster's) Melody as well for the Saint Etienne songs. I'm not much of a music critique and can't expand a big reason why I like the songs I do and answer tends to be the same. I decided to share those particular four because I enjoy them the most right now.