I bought The Downward Spiral on CD and took it back the next day.
Thankfully, I realised the error of my ways and gave it another chance............ 10 years later.
Originally posted by gaekwad2
I mostly listen to complete albums without skipping.
Yesterday I listend to five Zeni Geva albums in a row (the thought alone should drive Cylob up the wall).
Steady, one can choke on one's vomit.
I've sussed out how to get 10 (or so) random tracks on a click, so I'm moving even further away from "THE ALBUM". Anyway, on with the list.....:
Bowery Electric - Lushlife (2002)
AMG: "By now, you pretty much know what to expect from Bowery Electric — great head music filled with dashes of Mo' Wax-informed beats, breathy vocals, and atmospheric flourishes. Those three characteristics are a dime a dozen by now, but somehow BE manages to pull it off without sounding like the umpteenth Portishead knock-off."
wish Portishead hadn't existed, every single spacey/trippy band of the late 90's has been accused of ripping them off. Bah!! Just because you invent a genre, it doesn't mean you own it (along with all the subgenres) for the next million years.