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currently on high repeated rotation

 

Dope Lemon - Smooth Big Cat

 

Rüfüs Du Sol* - Solace

 

Film School - Bright To Death

 

The Artist (Formerly Known As Prince) - Emancipation

 

 

old faves - too bloody many, but off the top of my head

 

Depeche Mode - Violator

 

New Order - Brotherhood

 

Dire Straits - Making Movies

 

INXS - Kick

 

Electric Light Orchestra - Discovery

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Interesting topic, I was thinking last time that I have over 1000 records but I always ending listening to the same albums:

 

Justin Bieber - Justin Bieber JUST kidding ;)

Santana Abraxas

Dire Straits Making Movies

Cat Stevens - Foreigner

Billy Joel - 52nd Street

Sade Promise

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Way to go guys.

 

Just home from dinner service and nice to see a few more posts.  Cool to see you are into it.

 

I agree that it's a difficult decision.  As mentioned in my first post 'there are no rules', I could list my top 3 records from different genres easily.

Feel free to add to, or amend your lists at any time.

 

There are many albums listed that I know, and many that I'm not familiar with.  One reason for this thread is to find some new, quality material.

Many years ago I bought unfamiliar records now and then, usually second handers, to explore new music before the internet.

You can find some gems and some duds with this approach, and I usually didn't fork out much for the gamble.

 

These days, after a few years membership here, I have a wealth of resources at my fingertips.  People who love music and usually share the love by recommending albums to hear.

What better way to narrow down the search for new music.  Much more economical that the lottery of buying something totally unknown.

I must admit that when I hunt for new music it's always the cover that gets me first, then the titles.  If they don't give me any tingles, anticipation or intrigue, I usually pass.

So I've definitely missed some great music by not 'clicking' with the cover first.

 

@Neurone  I bought The Lennon Claypool Delirium 'The Monolith of Phobos' on vinyl about two years ago, one of my early internet purchases and unfamiliar territory.

Both discs are extremely noisy with clicks, pops, and rasping, and no amount of cleaning helped.  Unfortunately I left it to late to respond to the seller and was stuck with the faulty records.  Bummer.  If I listen to it now it's an mp3.  When I get a new copy it will be Top 3 in one list or another.

 

@Janjuc  I'm expecting Oczy Mlody any day soon, after your recommendation.  Still haven't checked out the new one on youtube.

I think Heilung's 'Lifa' will be in my catalogue soon too.

 

@blybo   I give Big Pig's 'Bonk' a spin probably 2 or 3 times a year.  Great album.

 

@08Boss302   Hey man, sweet write ups.  Right now I'm spinning Roxy Music's 'Avalon', but like you I began with KISS and went heavier and heavier.  Actually, to be honest, ABBA were my first love.

I always return to Metal.  I can't explain it and I know why people don't get it, but for me it's an 'Order from Chaos' that resonates deeply within my primal self.  I can switch off and immerse myself in the rumble find the groove and detail.  In my now mature years it normally is quality sounding Metal.  If it doesn't sound good it begins to irritate and makes me feel uneasy.  Although there is no way I listen to Metal if under a psychedelic influence, which is a profoundly primal experience for me and goes hand in hand with music.

The 'erb is another story though, is goes very well with my Metal.

Maiden were my first live gig, maybe that has some bearing on my passion for heavy music.

I do get over it from time to time and have had quite long breaks away from metal, for a couple of years I avoided aggressive music almost completely.

But I always come back.  

 

@Smp  Hey mate, thanks for the post.  I know some names and have the Neil Young vinyl.  I picked up a second hand, autographed copy of Van Morrison's 'Wavelength' very cheap a while back, not excellent nic, but not too bad.

A beauty of this forum is it's diverse membership, it has definitely expanded my horizons.

 

Will post a few more replies later...

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Hope the posts keep coming.

All great contributions, but I fear this is another thread that's going to end up costing me more money! ;)

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5 hours ago, surprisetech said:

Hope the posts keep coming.

All great contributions, but I fear this is another thread that's going to end up costing me more money! ;)

Guess you are right if you will try to buy an autographed Ivan’s album :)

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Hey @08Boss302, I'm gonna have a look for Death's 'Human' on vinyl.  Before I even start I thought I should ask you which pressing, or pressings are worthy???

I don't even know how many pressings there might be; I wanted to ask you before looking at discogs, as I'm sure you know what's what.

 

Cheers.

Ant.

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Just now, BuzzzFuzzz said:

Hey @08Boss302, I'm gonna have a look for Death's 'Human' on vinyl.  Before I even start I thought I should ask you which pressing, or pressings are worthy???

I don't even know how many pressings there might be; I wanted to ask you before looking at discogs, as I'm sure you know what's what.

 

Cheers.

Ant.

Good work dude!!

If looking at vinyl the original is pricey these days but worth it if the copy has been looked after. 

If not then, the most recent relapse re issues are bloody great.

I've got the century media issues on CD as well but they are not so good, brick walled IMO.

 

If you can find FLAC versions online of the original or Relapse re issues of any of the Death releases check em out.  The CM versions are not terrible but they lost some of the dynamics and were definately brick walled compared to the originals and the later relapse releases.

 

I've got CD copies of all three record label versions and vinyl of original and relapse versions.  I happily listen to the relapse versions, you wont go wrong there on you hunt.

Human was the first of the more technical death albums as such, stepping away from the straight and narrow death metal of the first three.  From Human onward they really became more than a death metal band.  That said, the first 3 albums are also insanely good. 

 

I solomnly stand by my comment that you can reach for any of their albums and not find a weak link at any point of their career.

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All 70s Prog 

I just love the musical output of that era 

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On ‎12‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 1:47 AM, zippi said:

Not spinning many (any) records at the moment at all ('a bit of a lull' would be an understatement), so I'll just go with the all-time most frequent (for now):

 

1. Pink Floyd - WYWH (Aussie 1st press)

This album is just the definition of the joy of vinyl for me - from the first bars of SOYCD, through Welcome to the machine, the title track, etc.... Perhaps DSOTM, The Wall, Animals are better albums overall - I just feel there is some magic that keeps me coming back to WYWH

 

2. Daft Punk - RAM (a cheap bog standard issue)

Love the music, love the mastering, love the gatefold, robots, helmets, grooves, synths, vocoders - I just cannot fault this.

 

3.  Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms (early Jap press)

My fave release by them, although I practically grew up with the tape of Money For Nothing (dIRE sTRAITS compilation), still nothing can compare to Brothers in Arms album. Their first album "Dire Straits" is a close second by a smidgen.

 

Hey Zippi.  Nice one mate.

 

Of course Pink Floyd will feature prominently.  I'm spinning Pink Floyd's 'DSOTM' 2016 Sony Remaster right now.  I have an early Aus. press in fair condition only, it's still playable and enjoyable and sounds better, but I always think of my stylus when playing crackly records.

 

I have Daft Punk's first album on CD, not sure which version, I bought it in Sydney soon after release (I think).  My Cd's are still packed away from moving a few months back.

I've only heard 'RAM' once, not too long ago either.  Will have to give it some more attention, thanks.

 

Tragically, I have a bad association with Dire Straits and my first girlfriend and can't listen to them much these days.  Tragic because 'Brothers in Arms' was the first CD I ever heard and it blew me away.  We listened to them a lot and now I think of her every time, which in itself ain't so bad, but she turned out to be a little... um, what's the word? Psycho!

 

Cheers man. 

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@08Boss302  I knew you would be a wealth of info - Cheers Bro.

 

I have digital (mp3) copies of 'Human' and the 'The Sound of Perseverance', but I'm not sure of their sources and quality.  They sound good though.

I'm not that familiar with them yet, but enough to pick up Human on vinyl and get to know them a whole lot better.  I started listening to them after researching a few 'essential' lists.  But as you know, there is so much out there it's easy to miss great bands , albums and music.

 

Thanks for the tips, will get on the hunt.

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6 minutes ago, BuzzzFuzzz said:

@08Boss302  I knew you would be a wealth of info - Cheers Bro.

 

I have digital (mp3) copies of 'Human' and the 'The Sound of Perseverance', but I'm not sure of their sources and quality.  They sound good though.

I'm not that familiar with them yet, but enough to pick up Human on vinyl and get to know them a whole lot better.  I started listening to them after researching a few 'essential' lists.  But as you know, there is so much out there it's easy to miss great bands , albums and music.

 

Thanks for the tips, will get on the hunt.

Sound of perservernce is the last album Death did prior to Chuck passing away.  Awesome album progressive but brutal too - lots of riffs.  Note the cover of Painkiller as last track! you'll never hear it played like that elsewhere!!

Its almost worth starting at Scream Bloody Gore and just cycling through their career mate, you'll get a good perspective of their growth and having seen your posts in metal currently spinning i am confident you'll be a solid fan of all their work.

 

 

 

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On ‎12‎/‎11‎/‎2019 at 11:59 AM, surprisetech said:

1.  Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Pack up the Plantation Live.

Hey mate.  Now there's someone I enjoy listening to, but have no vinyl.  Cheers.

Except for Jackson Browne & Steely Dan, I haven't heard any of the others in your list.  I know some names but not music.

 

Thanks for your list, expanding the horizons is the goal here.

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10 hours ago, BuzzzFuzzz said:

Hey mate.  Now there's someone I enjoy listening to, but have no vinyl.  Cheers.

Except for Jackson Browne & Steely Dan, I haven't heard any of the others in your list.  I know some names but not music.

 

Thanks for your list, expanding the horizons is the goal here.

Thanks, Yeah, showing my age!

I don't buy much new vinyl now, but I was buying those records new on first release.  I've got Hard Promises on vinyl as well.

You've probably heard of The Jam.  Style Council is Paul Weller's next band after he decided that The Jam had run its course.

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On 12/11/2019 at 2:24 PM, 08Boss302 said:

Gotta love how diverse musical tastes are!! it is great how people can be drawn to a hobby but have so much difference in how and why they get to it.

I do listen to a range of stuff, from Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, Steely Dan, SRV, Fleetwood Mac etc too, but as the question was more about listening now and all time metal is and will always be the major listening preference, the other stuff is just once in a while.

Off to see KISS again next week for the upteenth time on their "farewell" tour.   

Sorry to hear today that the  KISS tour has been cancelled..............someone's ill. 

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3 minutes ago, Smp said:

Sorry to hear today that the  KISS tour has been cancelled..............someone's ill. 

yeah the singer Paul Stanley has influenza, they'd cancelled Perth and NZ but were hoping he'd be ok for rest of tour, not to be. I had influenza earlier this year and it took me 3 weeks to get to work and about 2 more to feel on my game again.  They're also saying he has a bad throat infection.  At his age resting is more important than touring - and KISS dont need the money hahah

 

Hoping there is a reschedule soon tho!!

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