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Old 06-01-2008, 10:06 PM   #331
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oh wait, that should probably upset me
Depends on how you look at it.
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i wonder if anyone in this thread will ever do a running diary of one of my bands
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Yeah, Frusciante can really do some cool acoustic stuff, but I hear what you're saying.

He actually has done some live shows fully acoustic too. I posted a link the other night of him playing Bowie's Modern Love acoustically, and it's not half bad.

There's also one funny part of a gig where he claims he ripped off Bowie's Andy Warhol with the intro to Under the Bridge.
That's cool.

I definitely like what I've heard so far, hopefully I'll enjoy the rest more. I love how it's a different tone than most of his Chili Peppers contributions.
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A running diary of Japan.
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Starting with either those two or In Rainbows is cool with me. I just think In Rainbows is a good mix of their Bends/OK-era sound with their Kid A/Hail mentality.
It is a good choice, certainly better than a blind "OMG KID A IS TRANSCENDENT LISTEN OR DIE LOL" suggestion.
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Shadows Collide With People is by far his most accessible: mixes his acoustic and electric stuff really well.

The one record of his I'm not a big fan of is To Record Only Water for Ten Days. He tried to make it more electronic, but its production kills it, especially his vocals. It just sounds shitty. It did produce a great instrumental, though: "Murderers."
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A running diary of Japan.
OMG YES

japan as well as david sylvian's solo stuff is just
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i wonder if anyone in this thread will ever do a running diary of one of my bands
With this crowd, that might not be such a great idea.

Although Roxy Music's Avalon might be an option. One of the best albums from the 80's.
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With this crowd, that might not be such a great idea.

Although Roxy Music's Avalon might be an option. One of the best albums from the 80's.
omg avalon that is such a gorgeous album
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It is a good choice, certainly better than a blind "OMG KID A IS TRANSCENDENT LISTEN OR DIE LOL" suggestion.


I personally only like about half of Kid A myself.
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It is a good choice, certainly better than a blind "OMG KID A IS TRANSCENDENT LISTEN OR DIE LOL" suggestion.
I would never suggest that to someone with a straight face. I adore Kid A, but it was a tough nut to crack.
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Lily, Rosemary, and the Jack of Hearts is like a folk version of a Springsteen song from TWTIATESS.
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Shadows Collide With People is by far his most accessible: mixes his acoustic and electric stuff really well.

The one record of his I'm not a big fan of is To Record Only Water for Ten Days. He tried to make it more electronic, but its production kills it, especially his vocals. It just sounds shitty. It did produce a great instrumental, though: "Murderers."
Carvel was an awesome track from Shadows.
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With this crowd, that might not be such a great idea.

Although Roxy Music's Avalon might be an option. One of the best albums from the 80's.
More Than This.
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