Discussion in 'General' started by atanum141, 5 Feb 2006.
I Fully agree . thats all lol
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Broadcast 2000 - Building Blocks
Intimacy - Bloc Party
That sir is your album of the month.
Intimacy's a decent enough album, although the lyrics in Mercury ****ing annoy me.
Listening to it live will make you go insane then..
Thank goodness I saw them when they'd only made Silent Alarm in that case
agreed. the album is ok but not brilliant. i don't think i'd buy it :/
Recent releases I've been enjoying include:
Common Market - Tobacco Road
Jean Grae - Jeanius
Jean Grae (Produced by Blue Sky Black Death) - The Evil Jeanius
People Under the Stairs - Fun DMC
Some real and refreshing - and in the case of Jean Grae at times humorous - hiphop in this age of a genre overrun by crap. Been long awaiting the Jean Grae release and doesn't disappoint. In fact the albums solid all the way through, both of them as well. PUTS return with another solid album following up their last Stepfather.
Common Market I've only come across recently and this latest is a great album. Very intelligent lyrics with a refreshingly broad vocabulary. Must find their earlier self title offering as well.
Sigur Ros - Hvarf Heim
I didn't enjoy it as much as their previous stuff, but it's still a damn good album. Seen the film?
It's miles better than that watered down crap called Takk. And unfortunately I haven't seen the movie. A shame, I'm sure it's amazing.
Cut Copy- In Ghosts Colours
Amazing album, just started listening to bright like neon love aswell.
Maximo Park - A Certain Trigger(old but i dug it up again, love it stil)
The Killers - Sawdust
Aphex Twin - Drukqs (once again an older album but I love it all the same.)
I have spent an inordinate amount of time listening to Flyleaf's ep and the full album.
O...M... F... G...
Started listening to them because I wanted to know what video was on the screen in the hackers apartment in Die Hard 4, and I believe it was Liratheal who told me,
But yes. Flyleaf. Awesome stuff
P.O.S. - Never Better
By far, the best album he's made yet.
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