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Poll Question: Recommend one ?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote rushfan4 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 06 2012 at 14:40
Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by rushfan4 rushfan4 wrote:

I feel like I drank too much and managed to stumble into the wrong house.  I look around and see nothing that I recognize.  And yet I still let myself in, wander into the kitchen, and make myself a sandwich.
I kno that feel bro


Sounds like a new year's eve party I experienced some years back, where I managed to leave the girl I had been banging to go get some more booze - and then completely out of my skull I get back to her building, I stumble into the wrong apartment, strip down, wander around looking at that lifeless puddle of human lying on the bed, not realising it's a dude until he steps into his living room, where this inebriated Dane is sitting wearing absolutely nothing - drinking warm Baileys straight out of the bottle.... Man, I don't think I've ever dressed so rapidly in my lifeLOL Fun times....
You win.  I don't know that feel. LOL


Hell, I'm not even sure that was what Scott was referring to, but I sincerely hope so nowLOL
Only as a metaphor for stopping by a thread in PA in which I know nothing from the poll, but I stumbled in anyways and made myself a virtual sandwich.  I suppose making my post could be an equivalent for getting into bed with a strange man in a strange house, but I certainly didn't want to go there.  LOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 06 2012 at 14:44
Originally posted by rushfan4 rushfan4 wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Originally posted by HolyMoly HolyMoly wrote:

Originally posted by rushfan4 rushfan4 wrote:

I feel like I drank too much and managed to stumble into the wrong house.  I look around and see nothing that I recognize.  And yet I still let myself in, wander into the kitchen, and make myself a sandwich.
I kno that feel bro


Sounds like a new year's eve party I experienced some years back, where I managed to leave the girl I had been banging to go get some more booze - and then completely out of my skull I get back to her building, I stumble into the wrong apartment, strip down, wander around looking at that lifeless puddle of human lying on the bed, not realising it's a dude until he steps into his living room, where this inebriated Dane is sitting wearing absolutely nothing - drinking warm Baileys straight out of the bottle.... Man, I don't think I've ever dressed so rapidly in my lifeLOL Fun times....
You win.  I don't know that feel. LOL


Hell, I'm not even sure that was what Scott was referring to, but I sincerely hope so nowLOL
Only as a metaphor for stopping by a thread in PA in which I know nothing from the poll, but I stumbled in anyways and made myself a virtual sandwich.  I suppose making my post could be an equivalent for getting into bed with a strange man in a strange house, but I certainly didn't want to go there.  LOL

LOL Man, I think a little wee actually came out there....
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Originally posted by presdoug presdoug wrote:


Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Wallenstein - Blitzkrieg....that's also called `Lunaticz', right? I'm pretty sure that's the one I listen to pretty often...ENDLESS guitar soloing and Mellotron, very repetitive, but damn addictive!

It gets my vote...unless that's NOT the album I'm thinking of?!
"Lunetic" is a song off the Wallenstein album Blitzkrieg. It's definitely got my vote, a really great album, pretty well the group's best. The guitar/keys work is brilliant, reallyTongue

Doug!

I took out my ratty old vinyl copy, and it's got a totally different cover - a purple and black space scene, with the band/titles as purple letters as `Wallenstein - Lunatics'. Other than that, seems to be the identical album!

Either way - I stand by my vote!
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BLITZKRIEG!! Hell yeah I like that sh*t!! sorry I couldn't help it.
Love pretty much everything about it wild guitars and excellent energies, recommended for harder edged symph prog lovers.

I really like that Think album as well. They couldn't come up with a better name for the band and for their only album. The band plays a pretty varied prog. Jazz, blues, rock and some classical too. Remind me of some Floyd sometimes and maybe Out Of Focus as well, definitely great stuff. I remember the musicians are from Germay, Hungary and from another country too, I can't recall.

BLITZ!!


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Doug, Michael and Sagi have made it clear that Wallenstein's Blitzrieg is one to get. Dollase and Groskopf the keyboardist and drummer both were part of The Cosmic Jokers.
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Polyglot is fantastic album and is one that I often would vote for, but I'm more in the mood for Rialzu, and will give U Riguru its first vote.
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Originally posted by Logan Logan wrote:

Polyglot is fantastic album and is one that I often would vote for, but I'm more in the mood for Rialzu, and will give U Riguru its first vote.

Welcome back Greg !
Thankyou for voting for that one, i gave it 5 stars. These guys are from the French island of Corsica and they sing in the Corsica language as well. An excellent Zeuhl record.
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My other top three was THINK's album that Sagi mentioned. And as he says this german band had 3 Germans, 2 Hungarians and a Czech. There is a Floyd flavour to this Krautrock band and the song "Drops" is incredible. 4.5 stars from me.
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Os Mundi's album is really good too. Guldbamsen and myself gave it 4 stars. It was their second album from 1972 and the first with Conny Plank helping out and a free jazz sax/flute player was added to the group for this one as well. My kind of music.
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U Riguru  is an excellent album and I've been back in a very Zeuhl mood of late.  I was a tad surprised to see it voteless.

Thanks for the welcome back, John, I appreciate it.  When I saw that Think album, I immediately thought  "Sounds familiar, I wonder if I have it?" and then I quickly realized that I was thinking of Zyma's Thoughts.

Of the ones I haven't heard (the Radio Massacre International, the Think album, the Os Mundi and the Popul Vuh), the Popul Vuh would probably be next on my list.


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Originally posted by Mellotron Storm Mellotron Storm wrote:

Os Mundi's album is really good too. Guldbamsen and myself gave it 4 stars. It was their second album from 1972 and the first with Conny Plank helping out and a free jazz sax/flute player was added to the group for this one as well. My kind of music.
Right on, John. The Os Mundi album is a very close second choice for me, my kind of music, tooThumbs Up
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^ Thanks Doug ! I'd love to see Think and Os Mundi with a vote but i get it when all we have is one vote each.Big smile
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I actually got that Popol Vuh album very recently, it's quite pretty but also fairly spooky for them.  Also has some sweet funky grooves.  Like it a lot, but Grindstone is still Grindstone.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Guldbamsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: December 13 2012 at 20:22
I need to get me some Shining. It's with Thorsten Lofthus on drums right? The guy from Elephant9.
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Yes.  Grindstone is IMO their craziest album, certainly the most eclectic.  Less "extreme" than Blackjazz, but more extreme in a way
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I may just go ahead and get both. You know about Supersilent then right? Lofthus also plays with them plus the keys man from Elephant9 as well. Freejazz electronic krautrocky and atmospheric. Pretty unique stuff.
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