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Pixies - Doolittle
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
Megadeth - Dystopia


I must be one of the few who doesn't see the genius of Pet Sounds. It's okay, but that's about as much praise as I can give it. 
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Ramping up the prog listening in anticipation of Prog Day next weekend. This’ll be my 4th year in a row going, after having gone to 3 of the first 4 back in the 90s. This is the 25th year of this thing. Truly a great festival with a great legacy.

Joni Mitchell | Night Drive Home
Fred Frith | Cheap at Half the Price
Dennis Wilson | Bambu (The Caribou Sessions)
The Monks of Doom | The Insect God EP (10” picture disc)
Van der Graaf Generator | The Least We Can Do is Wave to Each Other
Egg | The Polite Force

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Last evening/night:

Steve Miller Band - Your Saving Grace
Canned Heat - Future Blues
Sun Araw - Beach Head
NOFX - Heavy Petting Zoo
Anna Von Hausswolff - Dead Magic
Invisible - Durazno Sangrando
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^ Hey, nice to see NOFX around here. I used to listen to them all the time in my high school days Big smile

Last two days:
Dizzy Mystics - Wanderlost
Uxu Kalhus - Enleio
Jorge Palma - Bairro do Amor
Tangerine Dream - Alpha Centauri
Jacob Collier - In My Room
Herbie Hancock - Head Hunters
Vangelis - The Dragon (Thanks for the reminder, David! I never got a copy of it (I have Hypothesis though) but it's fantastic.)
Neu! - Neu!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 8 hours 24 minutes ago at 02:39
Hah seems about right! I haven’t really listened to them since high school but had a short nostalgia moment yesterday, and it was either these guys or Millencollin.
You’re quite welcome Samuel. That Vangelis album should be a stable in the Krautrock connoisseur’s diet. It is fantastic.
Digging the other Kraut albums you listed as well...you know how I feel about those TD and NEU albums: masterpieces!

This morning on the beach in extremely hot weather:
Marillion - Script (2nd disc with Market Square Heroes and Grendel)
Monobody - Raytracer
Embryo - Rache

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ILL Concieved, brilliant:




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