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DEERHOOF [Jul. 19th, 2010|09:45 pm]
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i think deerhoof has become my favorite band for the time being. they're quirky, unique, poppy, cute, and everything else good in the world. i'm very happy to call them san francisco natives. seriously. fucking. awesome. i saw them like a few years ago and they blew my head. i bring to you, three albums worth of supreme awesomeness.

deerhoof - friend oppurtunity

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deerhoof - holdypaws
i can't find a stream of any full songs. this site has sections... my two favorite tracks being dead beast queen and crow.
http://www.ilike.com/artist/Deerhoof/album/Holdypaws?src=onebox
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deerhoof - milkman

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(no subject) [Jun. 23rd, 2010|02:05 pm]
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[Current Music |cults - go outside]

hey creepy1966, i've always been at least kind of curious about what the hell was going on your user icon, and i finally stumbled across it. im going to share it with the rest. this variety of the creepy and absurd is just too awesome not to share.

the photography of charlie white.
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(no subject) [Jun. 20th, 2010|09:35 pm]
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most of everything i've listened to over the years is genre defying. this band is by far no exception. i bring you my two favorite albums of theirs.

ween. the mollusk.

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ween. quebec.

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this has been stuck in my head for 3 days. [Jun. 8th, 2010|08:55 pm]
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(no subject) [Jun. 1st, 2010|01:06 am]
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mr. bungle is awesome. listen to what they were recording to 4-track in high school. hoorah!

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RAGING WRATH OF THE EASTER BUNNY
http://www.mediafire.com/?4wzkiwldwoc


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OU818
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GOD DAMMIT I LOVE AMERICA
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nick cave and warren ellis - the assasination of jesse james by the coward robert ford OST [May. 31st, 2010|09:45 pm]
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there are two albums that i've been incredibly in love with for the past month or more. a hanne hukkelberg album called "blood from a stone" and this one. (i posted blood from a stone. if you haven't downloaded it, go into this communities archive and do it.) this soundtrack is simply gorgeous, and worthy of the oscar that it won. i actually found this album before i saw this movie, and the movie didn't live up to this film score. it reminds me less of a film score, and more of the soundtrack to me writing history essays. it's gorgeous, and i'm happy to share it.



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Bag Raiders - Shooting Stars [May. 18th, 2010|11:28 pm]
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The Oblivians -- Bad Man [May. 14th, 2010|05:39 am]
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The Oblivians were a legendary garage rock outfit during the 90s. Imagine that punk had got so big that Elvis attempted a comeback with the Ramones. That is pretty much their sound: raw, stripped down rock and roll. Together with bands like the Gories, the Detroit Cobras and the Headcoats they were soundly ripped off by the Noughties "revival" boom, with Meg White's almost apologetic appearance in a Detroit Cobras video being the most these bands ever got in return.


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JB Lenoir -- The Whale Swallowed Jonah [May. 13th, 2010|04:16 am]
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In 1966, the Blues was dead in the water. The rising festival scene managed to dig up old bluesmen like Howlin' Wolf to play festivals, while the Rolling Stones covered old Robert Johnson songs and Bob Dylan was busy peddling Lightnin' Hopkins riffs on Blonde on Blonde. White, it seemed, was the new blues: Clapton gave old standards like "Dust My Broom" a new technical sheen, and the Beatles were trying out a style that would come to be called "neo-Blues" by Abbey Road.

Meanwhile, one man was recording a new type of blues. Shuffling African rhythms met jittery guitar movements, and with an expression like the Buddha JB Lenoir sang in a piercing falsetto voice. He was singing about the Vietnam War, and Civil Rights. On "Born Dead", he uses the startling lines, "Every black child born in Mississippi -- you know the poor child is born dead". Finally the Blues seemed relevant again. JB died at the age of 38, from complications following a car crash. He had been a kitchen worker much of his life. The new direction he forged collapsed with him, and he remains almost forgotten today.


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OV Wright -- You're Gonna Make Me Cry [May. 10th, 2010|01:46 am]
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the_98th_cent
Every post I do on here is going to be about a failure. I'm not here to promote the next big things, so much as to hold a candle to the legacies of those who came before them. I relate to the also-rans of this world, the Mcluskys scrabbling for gigs in South Wales and the dead bluesmen whose remaining records of their time on earth rot in the basement of some rich music collector.

This man's name is OV Wright. His song, "That's How Strong My Love Is" should have been a hit but it was snapped up by the young Otis Redding. His voice had a unique restraint to it that he could never apply to his life. He died of drug complications aged 41. He said that all soul is gospel: even his songs about sexual jealousy still have a spirituality to them. A party man like Mozart, he too put his private anguish into his art. I give you the soul of OV Wright.


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