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Old 12-27-2012, 07:58 PM   #61
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Nice writeups, DB and Tourista.
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:02 PM   #63
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Just for the heck of it...

16. Wild Nothing - Nocturne
17. Flying Lotus - Until The Quiet Comes
18. Frank Ocean - Channel Orange
19. Peter Buck - Peter Buck
20. Bear In Heaven - I Love You, It's Cool
21. Divine Fits - A Thing Called Divine Fits
22. Animal Collective - Centipede Hz
23. Purity Ring - Shrines
24. Liars - Wixiw
25. Jessie Ware - Devotion
26. The Walkmen - Heaven
27. DIIV - Oshin
28. Django Django - Django Django
29. Menomena - Moms
30. Hot Chip - In Our Heads
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:04 PM   #64
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Also, that Wild Nothing EP is on Freegal, so I'll be downloading that come Sunday.

 
Scumbo, please note that Free-gal is le-gal. I can access it through my public library.
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How in the world is THAT OK?
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shearwater - animal joy (15)
flatfoot 56 - toil (15)
bruce springsteen - wrecking ball (15)
ducky boys - chasing the ghost (12)
cloud nothings - attack on memory (8)
metz - metz (8)
magnetic fields - love at the bottom of the sea (8)
wisdom in chains - the missing links (5)
brian jonestown massacre - aufheben (4)
converge - all we love we leave behind (3)
napalm death - utilitarian (2)
paul weller - sonik kicks (2)
hot water music - exister (1)
blaqk audio - bright black heaven (1)
ariel pink's haunted graffiti - mature themes (1)
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Old 12-27-2012, 09:09 PM   #67
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i liked it a hell of a lot more than bloom.

that and mature themes are only here for shits and giggles. cos they're funny. and i listened to them much more than lonerism.
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How in the world is THAT OK?
Freegal, you mean?

It's a contract between Sony Music Group and a network of public libraries. A bunch of indie labels have jumped on board too. You can legally download 3 tracks per week, so it will take me 2 weeks to acquire the Wild Nothing EP. I just finished downloading Passion Pit's Chunk of Change EP so I can't download anything else until Sunday.
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Besides, I don't even think LM, even though he says he's listened to everything, heard the flatfoot or Ducky Boys albums, so my list is pretty pointless. I'm essentially throwing some more points at shearwater, but other than maybe Bruce or the cloud nothings I don't imagine anything else is even going to rank. It's not like I can throw negative votes at Kendrick Lamar or japandroids.
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Ain't nothin' wrong with that Blaqk Audio album. Still reminds me of Erasure, though.
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Freegal, you mean?

It's a contract between Sony Music Group and a network of public libraries. A bunch of indie labels have jumped on board too. You can legally download 3 tracks per week, so it will take me 2 weeks to acquire the Wild Nothing EP. I just finished downloading Passion Pit's Chunk of Change EP so I can't download anything else until Sunday.
Oh! That makes more sense. I only looked at the splash page and nothing more. Never was sure why, in this day and age, libraries checked out CDs. I will admit to many, many copied discs in my early days.
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Ain't nothin' wrong with that Blaqk Audio album. Still reminds me of Erasure, though.
Aww hell no there's nothing wrong with that album. Love it. Suspect we may not get another from them, so I cherish the two we got.

I still don't hear that comparison though
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Thanks for reminding me to check out that BJM album, IWB.

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i liked it a hell of a lot more than bloom.
I looked at a few options when deciding the best way to reply to this post. Ultimately, though, there was only one way this could go down:

 
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That Fiscal Cliff is more real than I thought.
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