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Big Big Train - The Underfall yard
The Mermen - The Amazing California Health and Happiness Road Show
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His excited eyes from within the dark interior glazed;
watered in appreciation of his thoughtful preparation.
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Dun - Eros
Taproban - Strigma
Delusion Squared - s/t
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The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown - s/t
Caravan - s/t
Genesis - Foxtrot
Nirvana - In Utero
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
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Haven't had a chance to listen to much today, but I did get the ELP song, Tarkus in there. Approve
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Originally posted by Sagichim

Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

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Yesterday and this morning:
Electric Orange - Vol 10 (Thrice! Surely a bonafide resurrection of the Krautrock of yore - and I'm talking the real deal, the genuine sense of exploration through sound. Perhaps even more so than last year's The Trip by Djam Karet, which I think is very good. Vol 10 tops it though...by quite a vast margin.)

Funny you mention this, Dave, as I'll have a rave review for it finished in the next day or two, and already your feelings about the `true' Krautrock sound have mirrored my own! Actually, in the back of my mind, I was constantly thinking `Man, I just know Dave will dig this one....'
I've just listened to half of it for the first time and it was really really good! some truly krautrock excursions, I'll be playing this baby today for sure. Actually I wasn't expecting anything since their previous album was quite boring for me.



Those were the exact same concerns I had coming into this album, Sagi. I don't own either Netto or XX but have heard some tracks over bandcamp and thought it sounded kinda 'samey' - you know that riff based almost post rock sound to it. Safe to say I was completely bowled over by their new...let's just say approach. Man, I'll tell you, if I didn't know any better, I'd say that they'd started experimenting with some hallucinogensLOL 
It actually reminds me of the kind of monstrousness I get from Swans' The Seer, only ten times more psychedelic and Indian-like. Some real Navajo spirit infused in this baby that's for damn sure! Those tribal rhythms belong out among the buffaloes and chanting medicine men. 

Oh and Kangaroo, as always you were feeling the secret ninja line between us. All things considered, listening to this album and knowing my tastes, you'd think they had a picture of me hanging in the studio.


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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

Yesterday and this morning:
Electric Orange - Vol 10 (Thrice! Surely a bonafide resurrection of the Krautrock of yore - and I'm talking the real deal, the genuine sense of exploration through sound. Perhaps even more so than last year's The Trip by Djam Karet, which I think is very good. Vol 10 tops it though...by quite a vast margin.)

Funny you mention this, Dave, as I'll have a rave review for it finished in the next day or two, and already your feelings about the `true' Krautrock sound have mirrored my own! Actually, in the back of my mind, I was constantly thinking `Man, I just know Dave will dig this one....'
I've just listened to half of it for the first time and it was really really good! some truly krautrock excursions, I'll be playing this baby today for sure. Actually I wasn't expecting anything since their previous album was quite boring for me.

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[QUOTE=Guldbamsen] Yesterday and this morning:
Electric Orange - Vol 10 (Thrice! Surely a bonafide resurrection of the Krautrock of yore - and I'm talking the real deal, the genuine sense of exploration through sound. Perhaps even more so than last year's The Trip by Djam Karet, which I think is very good. Vol 10 tops it though...by quite a vast margin.)/QUOTE]
Funny you mention this, Dave, as I'll have a rave review for it finished in the next day or two, and already your feelings about the `true' Krautrock sound have mirrored my own! Actually, in the back of my mind, I was constantly thinking `Man, I just know Dave will dig this one....'
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Yesterday and this morning:

Electric Orange - Vol 10 (Thrice! Surely a bonafide resurrection of the Krautrock of yore - and I'm talking the real deal, the genuine sense of exploration through sound. Perhaps even more so than last year's The Trip by Djam Karet, which I think is very good. Vol 10 tops it though...by quite a vast margin.)
Crack - Si Todo Hiciera Crack (Spaniards dishing out something very similar to RPI. Very nice symphonic gem)
Kebnekaise - ll (Krautfolk tangy sauce bearnaise served up Scandinavian style)
The Collectors - s/t 
Fläsket Brinner - Fläsket
Jean Cohen-Solal - Captain Tarthopom (Flute prog galore without a hint of Jethro Tull to it)
Nektar - Remember The Future (I'm on the fence about this one. Sometimes I really enjoy it, while there are others where I nearly forget to listen. Yesterday was a good experience though, and I remember thinking it strange that so many fans and internet reviewers hear it as a step away from psychedelia. Lots of psych in the album according to my ears...)
O Terco - Criaturas da Noite
Pan & Regaliz - s/t 
Necromonkey - A Glimpse Of Possible Endings
Ablution - s/t (Swedish jazz rock with fire up it's pooshute)
Ulver & Sun O))) - Terrestrials
The Temptations - All Directions
Rotary Connection - Songs
Com Truise - In Decay (Modern melting pot of every synth sound from the 80s imaginable. Think Top Gun, Ghostbusters and Beverly Hills Cop all scrambled up into something "modern" and, dare I say it, interesting. I really enjoy both Com Truise albums)
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Tannahill Weavers - The Old Woman's Dance
Ossian - Dove across the Water
Abel Ganz - s/t
Fish - 13th Star


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Glad you liked the Locus album, Sam, nice darker sound on that one! Sagi, if you like that Diagonal band, you should probably check out this one too!
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PFM - Per Un Amico
Locus Amoenus - Clessidra (Awesome album Michael! Thumbs Up)
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother

Man, I never got around to finishing that review for `Dun - Eros', Sagi!

Hmmm, I've still got the CD in the car, might give that one a spin on my drive into work shortly!

I don't know how to begin writing a review for this album, I'm afraid it would be too enthusiastic
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Man, I never got around to finishing that review for `Dun - Eros', Sagi!

Hmmm, I've still got the CD in the car, might give that one a spin on my drive into work shortly!
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Dun - Eros (twice)
Gam - Eiszeit (this is so good!!)
Brand X - Unorthodox Behavior
Antique Seeking Nuns - All three EPs
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Genesis - Trespass
Haken - The Mountain
Yes - s/t
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Pena, her little head clinking like a barrel of red velvet balls, full-past noise...
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Hunky Dory by David Bowie.
He looks at this world and wants it all... so he strikes, like Thunderball!
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