Tool - Schism
Tool - Schism
My sketchbook, if you really want to see it...
"Picasso is a painter, so am I;... Picasso is Spanish, so am I; Picasso is a communist, neither am I." - Salvador Dali
also found a hip hop song where they cover "confusion is my epitaph" by king crimson from their in the cout of thecrimson king. which is... strange.
lots of great dark ambient noise too... still collecting all the notes form my sketchbooks on that stuff tho
Off With Their Heads -"Hospitals"
Everybody wants to go to heaven, but nobody wants to die
Hooray for variety! Pop, dance, rock, folk, and even disco within the last half hour:
The Teddybears - "Cobrastyle"
Kansas - "Black Fathom 4"
Jonathan Coulton - "Skymall"
Micheal Jackson - "Stranger In Moscow"
Les Claypool's Frog Brigade - "Whamola"
Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth"
Electric Six - "Dance Epidemic"
Here's a beer commercial featuring "Cobrastyle". I'm posting it mainly because David Elsewhere is beyond awesome.
streetlight manifesto - down to mephisto's cafe
Jake, Records are the shit. As a fellow record enthusiast, I salute you. Now all you need is some Rush and Genesis and you're set.
Inas Mona- Eluvietie
Atmosphere - Carry Me Home
OMG lateralus ! good choice jake !
tool - evil eye part 1 and 2
oh and Kamikazebob, your musical taste kicks ass too! Eluveitie is an awesome group too!
Trumpeter Greg Kelley in an improviser whose work, both in solo contexts and with his main group nmperign, usually features quiet explorations of the extended technique of his instrument. Often, his playing sounds so alien that it's hard to tell he's playing a trumpet at all.
syr 8 - sy, merzbow, and matts gustafson... 55+ minutes of total noise destruction. highly reccomended!
John Cale "Vintage Violence"
jake>>> i do like red, but larks tongues and aspic & In the wake of poseidon are my runners up after ITCOTCK. Heard fripp's solo stuff? Let the power fall is one of my all time favs. orchestral sounds composed out of tone bleeps. also, cool turntable!
I actually really badly wanted to get that one at the record store but they only had Beat and Discipline. Both are a bit meh... I got a Yes LP instead.
NP: Deathspell Omega - Kenose
On vinyl! This record is certainly the best CD -> Vinyl adaptation I've ever heard. This just sounds so amazingly better on vinyl than on CD. I certainly wasn't expecting that!
Yep, I love Selling England by the Pound. That's the only Genesis I own though.
Deathspell Omega - Fas - Ite, Maledicti, in Ignem Aeternum
I can't believe how good quality these LPs are... props to the anonymous band members for transferring their albums to vinyl the right way!
The Clash - Bankrobber
Hey Posh do you have any of Scott Walker's new albums? They're absolutely brilliant. Scary, scary stuff but genius. They're called The Drift and Tilt:
He's too old to be as original and avant-garde as he is... I don't understand it.
hey jake ! my mistake i meant third eye xP sorry
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