What's in Your CD Player etc....175

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Jonners

Quantum Pig-Songs of Industry and Sunshine

One for the modern Proggers
The new songs are an abomination

Thenop

1914 - The blind leading the blind
Expect to be right up your alley Jonners! Brilliant.
https://archaic-sound.bandcamp.com/album/the-blind-leading-the-blind
Arrogance Is Bliss

pdw1

King's X - Ear Candy

Havn't listened to this in ages. The first half especially stands up with anything they have written.
Better drowned than duffers if not duffers wont drown

captainkurtz

Quote from: pdw1 on February 07, 2019, 20:34:33 pm
King's X - Ear Candy

Havn't listened to this in ages. The first half especially stands up with anything they have written.

They did a lot of great stuff after the first 2 - but IMO, nothing comes close to the magic they created with OOTSP and GGTN - the songs, mystery and aura they had around at that time was really something special.  The late 80's really heralded the start of some of the greatest rock music ever produced, I think.
Anger is a gift.

Jonners

Quote from: Thenop on February 07, 2019, 18:11:35 pm
1914 - The blind leading the blind
Expect to be right up your alley Jonners! Brilliant.
https://archaic-sound.bandcamp.com/album/the-blind-leading-the-blind



Have had it for a couple of months thanks to Angrymetalguy.com
https://www.angrymetalguy.com/1914-the-blind-leading-the-blind-review/

1st world war obsessed band. It is a very heavy album, interspersed with small spoken and atmospheric passaged. The intro track of a crackly recording of a woman singing a war song is really eerie

I love this album

The new songs are an abomination

Nïckslïkk2112

Metallica - Kill 'em All
Budgie - Never Turn Your Back on a Friend
Elder - Reflections of a Floating World (Green Vinyl)
Legend in my own Mind


Ali

Quote from: captainkurtz on February 08, 2019, 08:14:47 am
They did a lot of great stuff after the first 2 - but IMO, nothing comes close to the magic they created with OOTSP and GGTN - the songs, mystery and aura they had around at that time was really something special.  The late 80's really heralded the start of some of the greatest rock music ever produced, I think.



I would have to include FHL as well there Kurtzy - managed to pick up mint vinyl copies of
OOTSP and GGTN at a record fair last weekend for 7 quid each, happy days! 😀
Rome-Wembley-Paris-Rome-Istanbul-Madrid

pdw1

Dave Lee Roth - Eat em and Smile
& Crazy From The Heat

Sometime life needs to be fun  ;D
Better drowned than duffers if not duffers wont drown

Ali

Rome-Wembley-Paris-Rome-Istanbul-Madrid

captainkurtz

Quote from: Ali on February 09, 2019, 21:24:03 pm

I would have to include FHL as well there Kurtzy - managed to pick up mint vinyl copies of
OOTSP and GGTN at a record fair last weekend for 7 quid each, happy days! 😀

FHL is slightly less brilliant than those first 2, I'd say.  I got rid of my GGN vinyl in the great record purge of 1994  :-\   I kept OOTSP though - not sure why I kept one and not the other - I got rid of a tonne of vinyl that I had on CD...*facepalm*
Anger is a gift.

rufus the dawg

Quote from: Ali on February 10, 2019, 23:41:41 pm
Yes - Talk, 25 years young

Great album


I'm waiting for the ARW yes album, could be very interesting.

rufus the dawg


pdw1

Trouble - Psalm9
Trouble - Dallas Texas Alive! 1990.12.3
Better drowned than duffers if not duffers wont drown

Ali

Rome-Wembley-Paris-Rome-Istanbul-Madrid

DavidL

Bit of a vinyl session today:
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies
Rush - Permanent Waves
Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
Budgie - Bandolier
Wishbone Ash - Live Dates II