Old 11th February 2004, 13:02   #41
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Glove, The - Blue Sunshine


Released in 1983
Genre : Psychedelic Rock/New-Wave

The only album by this side project band created by Robert Smith from The Cure and Steve Severin from Siouxsie and the Banshees. Very odd but mesmerizing.
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Old 11th February 2004, 16:30   #42
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The Hellacopters - By the Grace of God

Year - 2002
Genre: Garage Punk, Punk Revival, Indie Rock, Sweden, Hardcore Punk
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Incredible String Band - 5000 Spirits, or the Layers of the Onion

Year : 1967
Genre : Old Hippy shit
Rating : 10/10 a couple of the songs on this album are still being recorded today.

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Old 11th February 2004, 21:19   #44
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The Jesus & Mary Chain - Honey's Dead

Year - 1992
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock, Post-Punk, Noise Pop, College Rock, C86
10/10

Any album produced by Flood, mixed by Alan Moulder (Toni Halliday's hubbie) with percussion by Monti (Curve drummer) can only be a masterpiece. If this is the last album I ever hear I'll die happy.

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Old 11th February 2004, 22:28   #45
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KoRn - Untouchables
Year: 2002
Genre: Nu-Metal
Rating: 4/5

"I just want to lie in my own crusty filth, eating rancid egg sandwiches, until some unfortunate paramedic has to blow down my door to find my bloated and pasty corpse wedged between the nightstand and mattress stained with Bengay and Robitussin DM." - Greg Gutfeld on sex and seniors
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Lambchop - How I Quit Smoking

Year: 1996
Genre: Indie Rock, Alternative Country-Rock, Chamber Pop
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Old 12th February 2004, 09:28   #47
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Muse - Absolution



Year : 2003
Genre : Powerful lyrical rock
Rating : 8/10

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Old 12th February 2004, 09:39   #48
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Trent Reznor is a god. 'Nuff said

Nine Inch Nails
Pretty Hate Machine
Industrial Rock
Rating: 9/10


<edit> Forgot the pic. Oops.

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Old 12th February 2004, 11:29   #49
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Orgue Electronique


Genre - Electroclash
These guys are on Bunker Records, hot-bed of top-notch electro.

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Old 13th February 2004, 06:54   #51
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Quarks - I Walk

Year: 2003
Genre - Neo-Electro
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Old 13th February 2004, 07:50   #53
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Saint Etienne - Finisterre

Year - 2002
Genre: Alternative Dance, Indie Pop, Indie Electronic
9/10

Everyone jumps up 'Saint Etienne are back!'. Well no, they never went away - they've released excellent music year-on-year. Those fickle masses make me mad!!!! If I was PM, I'd make it illegal to be fickle. Punishment - said person can own only one album per year.

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Venus - Welcome to the Modern Dancehall

Year: 1999
Genre: Indie Rock, Acoustic Rock
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The Wonder Stuff - Hup

Year - 1989
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock
10/10

This album never fails to cheer me up. I like whacky geezers.

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Artist - You're Pretty
Genre - Rock

A very cool but fairly short lived band.

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ZUCO 103 - Outro Lado
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Year - 2000
Genre: Samba, Bossa Nova, Brazilian Pop, Acid Jazz, Club/Dance




Bossa Nova isn't usually my cup of tea, but good music's good music.

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*flicks it back to the top*

49ers - 49ers
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Year - 1990
Genre: House



A great album from the golden era of house.

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Add N to (X) - Avant Hard

Year: 1999
Genre: Post-Rock/Experimental, Electronica
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An interesting note about Add N to (X)....

Notice how AMG give them very general labels (Post-Rock/Experimental, Electronica) and can't pin them to something more specific.

I have the same problem, I can't tie Add N to (X) down with any other band. They sit in their own folder, genre-less.

They are, truly unique. A pain in the ass, but worth it.

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Well, I'm not very good for giving the genre of a band so i pick it up at AMG...
But that's true, genre-less might be more suitable.
Anyway, I like them!
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Me too.

Add N to (X)- Loud Like Nature
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Year - 2002
Genre: Electronica




Again, just the 'electronica' label. Loud like Nature has everything.

From one extreme to the other:

Broadcast - Work and Non Work
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Year - 1997
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock, Club/Dance, Post-Rock/Experimental, Dream Pop, Ambient Pop, Indie Electronic




How can one album capture such a spectrum of genres? Quite simply, it's a masterpiece.

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Calexico - Feast of Wire

Year: 2003
Genre: Americana, Indie Rock, Post-Rock/Experimental, Alternative Pop/Rock
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DMX Krew - We Are DMX
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Year - 1999
Genre: Electro-Techno, Neo-Electro, IDM, Electroclash



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E = Electric Light Orchestra
one of their best albums


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Old 18th February 2004, 19:57   #69
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Fairground Attraction, a personal fave.


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Gustavo Santaolalla.

I first heard him on the Amores Perros movie soundtrack(good movie and great soundtrack). Then he did the music for 21 grams, and it was amazing.

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The Human League - Crash
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Year - 1986
Genre: Dance-Pop, Synth Pop, New Wave




An underated album if anything.

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Damn. Missed Hawkwind again...
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I was thinking of posting Hawkwind, but I've only got one of their albums.

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Only about 99 more to go then...
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Tell a lie, I have 2.

I always preferred Motorhead.

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He chaps wanna talk shop than take it into general music chit-chat

The IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII



still can't find this album anywhere online - great song "hold on" on it

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The Jesus & Mary Chain - Psychocandy
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Year - 1985
Genre: Alternative Pop/Rock, Noise Pop, College Rock



10/10

I highlight 'Noise Pop' because this is the album that introduced it. What can I say. Sheer genius.

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Kraftwerk - Tour de France



Of course everyone knows their old hit "Das Model" but their new stuff is pretty good as well in my opinion - and I don't usually listen to that style of electronic music! (year: 2003
genre: ??? Earlier albums were 80s electronic, New German Wave - special music genre from Germany back then, but now...could someone help out? I always got problems with identifying genres...)

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Kraftwerk:
Experimental Rock, Proto-Punk, Kraut Rock, Club/Dance, Germany, Electronic

I was talking about the genre headache earlier. Kraftwerk are all of the above, they also had a New Wave phase (as you pointed out Mia).

Personally, I associate them with Kraut Rock (a bunch of german bands who pioneered various sounds in the early 1970's).

But anyway,

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great choise Mia

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