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Mar 19 2011, 6h44 por istuffzzFor personal reference.
In descending order.
1. The Beatles - Abbey Road
2. Radiohead - Kid A
3. Radiohead - OK Computer
4. The Velvet Underground - The Velvet Underground & Nico
5. The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
6. DJ Shadow - Endtroducing...
7. Nirvana - Nevermind
8. Girl Talk - Feed the Animals
9. Pixies - Doolittle
10. Nas - Illmatic
11. Michael Jackson - Thriller
12. Sufjan Stevens - Illinois
13. Nirvana - MTV Unplugged in New York
14. Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
15. The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
16. The Postal Service - Give Up
17. Sigur Rós - Ágætis byrjun
18. Daft Punk - Discovery
19. Danger Mouse - The Grey Album
20. Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
21. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
22. N.W.A. - Straight Outta Compton
23. Notorious B.I.G. - Ready to Die
24. Rage Against the Machine - Battle of Los Angeles
25. Lupe Fiasco - Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liqour
Jan 8 2011, 2h53 por westernmedicineDJ Shadow- Endtroducing...
THE trip-hop album. I don't have any word to say about this. It's amazing. This, The private press, Air's moon safari and Garbage's debut describes my childhood.
Goldfrapp - Felt Mountain
Amazing. Beautiful. Graceful. Will Gregory seem to understand every single breath from Alison Goldfrapp voice: In this album, everything seems to be in perfect combination with her voice. And it's not all about that: Alison seem to keep her soul as she were in a Mountain, as she felt the mountain. And breathes the morning with her soul.
Tricky - Maxinquaye
Air- Moon Safari
This describes my childhood. I remember my first depression was in the same time I started to love this album. And it was, for some time, the reason I was alive.
Dez 4 2010, 9h29 por thomas10http://www.tomamusica.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/400x400x739680.jpg.pagespeed.ic.qEgaF2Pmmo.jpg
1 Radiohead - OK Computer
Using the textured soundscapes of The Bends as a launching pad, Radiohead delivered another startlingly accomplished set of modern guitar rock with OK Computer. The anthemic guitar heroics present on Pablo Honey and even The Bends are nowhere to be heard here. Radiohead have stripped away many of the obvious elements of guitar rock, creating music that is subtle and textured yet still has the feeling of rock & roll. Even at its most adventurous -- such as the complex, multi-segmented "Paranoid Android" -- the band is tight, melodic, and muscular, and Thom Yorke's voice effortlessly shifts from a sweet falsetto to vicious snarls. It's a thoroughly astonishing demonstration of musical virtuosity and becomes even more impressive with repeated listens, which reveal subtleties like electronica rhythms, eerie keyboards, odd time signatures, and complex syncopations. …
Out 26 2010, 20h16 por amodelofcontrolThe use of sampling in music has been around for some time now, and at points the use of it has approached levels of extraordinary musicality and ingenuity. At other points, of course, it's been used in obvious, unsubtle ways - and as a result frequently becomes something of a monster hook. And why not? Not all songs require vocals, and sometimes a well-placed sample transforms a track. So, this week, I'm looking at some of my favourite uses of sampling - and I'm looking beyond the rather ubiquitous Full Metal Jacket for these ten!
There is a spotify accompaniment this time, too.
The Number Song
Source: multiple sources
Endtroducing made a good case for sampling as art form upon it's release, and even more staggering is that fifteen years later it's still peerless. It's entire construction is of samples of other artist's work, but what is most remarkable is that from the disparate sources - this track…
Jun 3 2010, 17h29 por Shasolaceupdated 10/19/10 FYI : I did not make this list.
1. Illmatic - Nas - 1994
2. The Chronic - Dr. Dre - 1992
3. Enter the Wu-Tang:36 Chambers - Wu-Tang - 1993
4. The Low End Theory - A Tribe Called Quest - 1991
5. Ready to Die - Notorious B.I.G. - 1994
6. The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill - Lauryn Hill - 1998
7. Me Against the World - 2Pac - 1995
8. Aquemini - OutKast - 1998
9. The Score - The Fugees - 1996
10. Only Built 4 Cuban Linx - Raekwon - 1995
11. The Slim Shady LP - Eminem - 1999
12. Endtroducing... - DJ Shadow - 1996
13. All Eyez on Me - 2Pac - 1996
14. Reasonable Doubt - Jay-Z - 1996
15. Daily Operation - Gangstarr - 1992
16. Liquid Swords - GZA - 1995
17. The Infamous... - Mobb Deep - 1995
18. Black On Both Sides - Mos Def - 1999
19. Life After Death - Notorious B.I.G. - 1997
20. Fear of a Black Planet - Public Enemy - 1990
21. Mos Def & Talib Kweli Are Black Star - Black Star - 1998
22. 2001 - Dr. Dre - 1999
Mar 14 2010, 18h38 por xylem1
Fev 20 2010, 23h20 por mrwhite5Previously on...
When we last left this journal, I was getting out of my 1st year in college. And now, here we are with the promised sequel. Same format, same location....and a lot more adventures.
August-September: Gotta Push It Away/Fresh Starts
Going back to college after a really rough summer somehow felt refreshing. Seeing friends from school was an experience equivalent to a revival service at southern churches, it just felt right. A sudden upswing of good luck had put me in better spirits than before, and I was finally living my life. I got a job at the bookstore, made some new friends, and restarted my music career (more on that later).
I got lucky enough to hear some of the new music coming out at that time period and experience some old gems that I skipped over due to youth/inexperience, so here's a bit of a summary of that time in history:
All Hope Is Gone
Follow The Leader
Steal This Album!
Jagged Little Pill