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    Quote Quoting Acapelli (view post)
    i prefer their remix mixtapes to any of their albums

    plus the remix of "we share our mother's health" they did is pretty killer
    They have some good tracks for sure, but I mean your preference makes sense. Do you like electronic instrumental music much? You seem more drawn to hip-hop although I could be wrong.
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    I dig sax solos, although this can be traced back to my extreme love of the sax solo in the amazing Pink Floyd track Us and Them.
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    Quote Quoting Qrazy (view post)
    They have some good tracks for sure, but I mean your preference makes sense. Do you like electronic instrumental music much? You seem more drawn to hip-hop although I could be wrong.
    i would say i do, but that wouldn't be entirely truthful. i much prefer my electronic music to utilize vocals, even if it's just sample-based, like the works of jacques greene and machinedrum

    i could provide examples of instrumental electronic music i like, but i could probably find way more examples that include vocals in some fashion

    Ace Hood - Go N Get It (Remix) feat. Beanie Sigel, Busta Rhymes, Pusha T & Styles P

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    busta outshines everyone on this track. as noz (music critic) says, he sounds like a vampire

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    Brett Dennen - "Sydney (I'll Come Running)"

    Infectious little song.

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    Some stuff I've been digging lately:

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    Wow, that Blue Orchids track is great, thanks for the introduction. Looking them up on wikipedia, and The Fall connection is no surprise at all.

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    I downloaded The Greatest Hit album on a whim a few weeks ago and was listening to it again today. It holds up great and it's just a blast to listen to, a good random find.

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    Jam (and album) of the year, probably.

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    Quote Quoting Boner M (view post)
    Jam (and album) of the year, probably.

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    Very cool. Will seek them out. In a legal way since I can't find them otherwise.
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    I think this might be my new favorite Bob Dylan track. Also at this point I feel that Bringing It All Back Home is his second best album, at least out of the over a dozen albums I've heard so far from the man.
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    I love that they left that opening. The story behind it is pretty funny. Dylan is a notoriously brisk and borderline gruff artist in the studio, which tends to keep his accompanying musicians a bit on edge, but he's also known to improvise and play around between takes, working things out with various songs or just kind of goofing a bit. In that particular instance, he'd been toying with lyrics and such between takes while recording that album, and when he broke into "115th Dream" everyone thought he was just playing around, and rather than jumping in with him for the recording, they just sat staring at him while he played. Hilarity ensued. Hearing them all break into laughter is such a great intro. It fits perfectly with the tone of the song.

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    Quote Quoting Kurosawa Fan (view post)
    I love that they left that opening. The story behind it is pretty funny. Dylan is a notoriously brisk and borderline gruff artist in the studio, which tends to keep his accompanying musicians a bit on edge, but he's also known to improvise and play around between takes, working things out with various songs or just kind of goofing a bit. In that particular instance, he'd been toying with lyrics and such between takes while recording that album, and when he broke into "115th Dream" everyone thought he was just playing around, and rather than jumping in with him for the recording, they just sat staring at him while he played. Hilarity ensued. Hearing them all break into laughter is such a great intro. It fits perfectly with the tone of the song.
    I always wondered the story here, just that I always forgot to look it up after listening to the album. Thanks! It is now at least ten times more entertaining.

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    [youtube]a7GuebHkJqI[/youtube]

    The whole album is great, but damn, this hit me hard.
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    New The Field album = pure deliciousness.

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    Quote Quoting ContinentalOp (view post)
    Very cool. Will seek them out. In a legal way since I can't find them otherwise.
    Three more tracks from the album here give a good idea of their diversity; Kraftwerk/Eno-ish dark synth numbers, HC punk (most of their members are from that background), and nervy Wire/The Feelies-ish post-punk. Also you can legally download it here.

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    Quote Quoting Kurosawa Fan (view post)
    I love that they left that opening. The story behind it is pretty funny. Dylan is a notoriously brisk and borderline gruff artist in the studio, which tends to keep his accompanying musicians a bit on edge, but he's also known to improvise and play around between takes, working things out with various songs or just kind of goofing a bit. In that particular instance, he'd been toying with lyrics and such between takes while recording that album, and when he broke into "115th Dream" everyone thought he was just playing around, and rather than jumping in with him for the recording, they just sat staring at him while he played. Hilarity ensued. Hearing them all break into laughter is such a great intro. It fits perfectly with the tone of the song.
    So was Dylan laughing with them? That's a really cool story. I figured something like that was behind the song, but I didn't know the full extent. Also the lyrics in 115th Dream are amazing. I finally just decided last week to ignore the guitar work and the vocals and just listen to the lyrics, only, and they blew my mind. The ending to that song is hilarious and perfect.
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    Considering I just watched Fast Times at Ridgemont High this week, its appropriate that when I pop back into this thread someone posts a link to that song. Gotta love The Cars.
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    Nice on Fugazi. Definitely one of the best bands I finally got around to this year, especially Repeater and The Argument.

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    love me some bass music

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