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  • #1188020
    AvatarShit Robot
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    Live-Secret Samadhi

    #1188001
    Avatarmarcusblanc
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    Leftfield – Leftism

    Tom Petty – full moon fever

    hawkwind -Quark, Strangness and Charm

    Zero 7 – Simple Things

    Mike Oldfield -Tubular Bells

    I’ll try an think of some cooler ones later… :laugh_at:

    #1187994
    Avatarprocess
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    marcusblanc;251727 wrote:
    Leftfield – Leftism

    Tom Petty – full moon fever

    hawkwind -Quark, Strangness and Charm

    Zero 7 – Simple Things

    Mike Oldfield -Tubular Bells

    I’ll try an think of some cooler ones later… :laugh_at:

    leftism is a ace album.

    massive attacks..

    :love:

    #1187991
    Avatarnoname
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    Radical Dance Faction – Wasteland

    #1188023
    AvatarMisterDuck
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    djprocess;251741 wrote:
    leftism is a ace album.

    massive attacks..

    :love:

    good call! mezzanine as well is a good one

    portishead have a very good album too, forgotten the name but as far as trip-hop goes i refer massive attack

    the prodigy – experience and music for the jilted generation, wicked albums

    orbital, blue album (i think) and live @glasto

    bob dylan – blood on the tracks, hiway 61 revisted, times a changin etc.

    pendulum – haha only jokin, over my dead body! :laugh_at:

    #1188051
    AvatarDontBeliveTheHype
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    boothy;251773 wrote:
    portishead have a very good album too, forgotten the name

    dummy and portishead are the name of there two albums .. both pretty good imo .. dummy is probably the one you are thinknig of tho .. with glory box on it .. :wink::wink:

    #1188014
    Avatarlittle luke
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    Here’s some albums/EPs/sessions/mixes I’ve had on heavy rotation over the past few weeks:

    Ian Brown – The Greatest
    Project Mork – Project Mork (has been heavily played for about 6 years now!)
    Vanilla Pod – Surrounded By Idiots
    Jamie T – Panic Prevention
    …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – Daytrotter Session
    DJ Stimpy – All Remarc mix
    Venetian Snares – My Downfall OST
    Sunn O))) – Oracle
    Star Fucking Hipsters – Until We’re Dead
    Various Artists – The Best Fucking Ska In The World
    Melvins – Nude With Boots
    Portishead – ATP Nightmare Before Christmas 2007 (I was there!)
    Ghostface Killah – Supreme Clientelle
    JME – Shhh Hut Yur Muh
    Atari Teenage Riot – Sick To Death EP
    Man Or Astroman? – Maida Vale session
    An old Roast tape with Kenny Ken, 5-0, Moose and Stevie Hyper D

    I wouldn’t say they’re all classic albums, but the following, in my opinion, out of many many others, are:

    Stone Roses – Stone Roses
    Verve – Urban Hymns
    Descendents – Milo Goes To College
    Crass – Feeding Of The 5000
    Rudimentary Peni – Rudimentary Peni EP
    Roni Size Reprezents – New Forms
    Underworld – Second Toughest In The Infants
    Alice In Chains – Dirt
    Miles Davis – Bitches Brew
    Chemical Brothers – Exit Planet Dust
    Capdown – Civil Disobedients
    Presidents Of The United States Of America – Presidents Of The United States Of America
    PROJECT MORK – PROJECT MORK
    Postal Service – Give Up
    The Fall – Live At The Witch Trials
    Bloc Party – Silent Alarm
    Manic Street Preachers – Generation Terrorists
    Wu-Tang Clan – Enter The 36 Chambers
    N.W.A. – Straight Outta Compton
    Public Enemy – It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back
    Ultramagnetic MCs – Critical Beatdown
    Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures
    Mogwai – No Education = No Future (Fuck The Curfew) EP
    Goldie – Timeless
    Libertines – Up The Bracket
    The King Blues – Under The Fog (the original, not the re-release)
    Soundgarden – Super Unknown
    Minor Threat – Complete Discography
    Snuff -Snuff Said
    etc
    etc
    etc

    All absolute classics.

    Also, followings tunes/songs have been stuck in my head lately:

    Barry Louis Polisar – All I Want Is You
    The Foamers – Erase All Of The Mistakes That You Made
    The Verve – History
    Project Mork – Gremlins
    The Specials – Ghost Town
    Kimya Dawson & Antsy Pants – Tree Hugger
    Chris Murray – One Everything
    Big D & The Kids Table – L.A.X.
    The Primitives – Crash
    Nailbomb – Wasting Away
    Crowbar – Existence Is Punishment
    Daniel Johnston – Grieviences
    Kunt & The Gang – I’m Gonna Lick You Out

    AND, in my humble opinion, which is of course right, the greatest song of all time is I Wanna Be Adored by Stone Roses.

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    #1188015
    Avatarlittle luke
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    DontBeliveTheHype!;251774 wrote:
    dummy and portishead are the name of there two albums .. both pretty good imo .. dummy is probably the one you are thinknig of tho .. with glory box on it .. :wink::wink:

    They’ve commercially released four albums.

    #1188016
    Avatarlittle luke
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    Sublime’s eponymous album is another absolute classic that gets over looked time and time again.

    #1188036
    Avatarp0ly
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    little luke;252438 wrote:
    Sublime’s eponymous album is another absolute classic that gets over looked time and time again.

    i cant stand that sublime band. the worst song ive heard of theirs is a track off of Dave mirra pro bmx from the ps1, it goes – Loving is what i got, say remember that. terrible

    #1187995
    Avatarprocess
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    how could i forget Dreadzone’s album -SOUND.

    Proper party heads as well!
    when loads of other djs sacked glade off cause they couldnt get on site have a look at what dreadzone went through to get there!

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    Might be seeing YT (mcSpee) at new year in sheff..

    wicked album and this tune is soo good..

    [YT]DwDN15iTo_Y&feature[/YT]

    #1188017
    Avatarlittle luke
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    Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – Troutmaskreplica
    Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – Dropout Boogie/Safe As Milk
    Dead Kennedys – Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
    Misfits – Static Age
    Stiff Little Fingers – Inflammable Material
    Dizzee Rascal – Boy In Da Corner
    NOFX – The Decline
    Los-Ass Draggers – Abbey Roadkill
    Black Flag – Damaged
    Frank Zappa – Hot Rats
    Minor Threat – Complete Discography
    Venetian Snares – Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
    Venetian Snares – Huge Chroome Cylinder Box Unfolding
    Nightmares On Wax – Smokers Delight
    The Futureheads – The Futureheads
    L7 – Hungry For Stink
    Pearl Jam – Ten
    Nirvana – Bleach
    Supergrass – I Should Coco
    Earth – Earth 2

    #1188047
    AvatarGrassChopper
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    I thought this album was bloody amazing stuff raaa

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    #1188052
    AvatarDontBeliveTheHype
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    p0lygon-Window;251719 wrote:
    ….

    Björk – Homogenic … now that is a great album … many a time i have finished a hevey weekender listening to that album … most of what i know from that list are good albums too :bounce_fl

    #1188011
    AvatarTank Girl
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    anything by Fugazi
    :love::love:

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    or the Evens

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    #1187996
    Avatar2old4this
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    marcusblanc;251727 wrote:
    Leftfield – Leftism

    I’ll try an think of some cooler ones later… :laugh_at:

    They don’t come much cooler than this album . . . . oooh yarrr! :bounce_fl:bounce_fl:bounce_fl

    #1187997
    Avatar2old4this
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    boothy;251773 wrote:
    good call! mezzanine as well is a good one

    portishead have a very good album too, forgotten the name but as far as trip-hop goes i refer massive attack

    the prodigy – experience and music for the jilted generation, wicked albums

    orbital, blue album (i think) and live @glasto

    bob dylan – blood on the tracks, hiway 61 revisted, times a changin etc.

    pendulum – haha only jokin, over my dead body! :laugh_at:

    Good selection there –
    The Prodigy Experience – none of their other stuff came close. Think it’s a personal thing, it comes from a particular point in time, everything that happened after i was introduced to that album is their fault lol 😉 – and i still love them for that :love:

    #1188053
    AvatarDontBeliveTheHype
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    little luke;252416 wrote:
    They’ve commercially released four albums.

    ah i only know about 2 and recently saw somthing about a third in the making .. mby i am just behind the times and saw some old web site …

    #1188037
    Avatarp0ly
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    2old4this!;267035 wrote:
    Good selection there –
    The Prodigy Experience – none of their other stuff came close. Think it’s a personal thing, it comes from a particular point in time, everything that happened after i was introduced to that album is their fault lol 😉 – and i still love them for that :love:

    i was gonna put experience but decided not to put mixed albums down

    best song from it = Everybody in the place (155 rising remix)

    #1188038
    Avatarp0ly
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    little luke;252457 wrote:
    Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – Troutmaskreplica
    Captain Beefheart And His Magic Band – Dropout Boogie/Safe As Milk
    Dead Kennedys – Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
    Misfits – Static Age
    Stiff Little Fingers – Inflammable Material
    Dizzee Rascal – Boy In Da Corner
    NOFX – The Decline
    Los-Ass Draggers – Abbey Roadkill
    Black Flag – Damaged
    Frank Zappa – Hot Rats
    Minor Threat – Complete Discography
    Venetian Snares – Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
    Venetian Snares – Huge Chroome Cylinder Box Unfolding
    Nightmares On Wax – Smokers Delight
    The Futureheads – The Futureheads
    L7 – Hungry For Stink
    Pearl Jam – Ten
    Nirvana – Bleach
    Supergrass – I Should Coco
    Earth – Earth 2

    id like to hear these albums

    Venetian Snares – Rossz Csillag Allat Szuletett
    Venetian Snares – Huge Chroome Cylinder Box Unfolding
    Nightmares On Wax – Smokers Delight

    ‘i should coco’ is amazing

    #1187998
    Avatar2old4this
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    p0lygon-Window;267076 wrote:
    i was gonna put experience but decided not to put mixed albums down

    best song from it = Everybody in the place (155 rising remix)

    Not for me – ‘Your Love’ is one of my top choons of EVER! Also, seems to have been either overlooked somewhat, or just underated, a tune like that deserves loads of attention – often. But i hardly ever hear it mentioned in conversations about ‘The Prodigy’ – or online, or radio etc. . . . or maybe i just think it should get loads of mentions every day, even all these years later :love:

    #1188039
    Avatarp0ly
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    2old4this!;267133 wrote:
    Not for me – ‘Your Love’ is one of my top choons of EVER! Also, seems to have been either overlooked somewhat, or just underated, a tune like that deserves loads of attention – often. But i hardly ever hear it mentioned in conversations about ‘The Prodigy’ – or online, or radio etc. . . . or maybe i just think it should get loads of mentions every day, even all these years later :love:

    lol i forgot about that tune, the synth noise is sort of the same. just downloaded it again! niceeeee

    these are the tunes i used 2 listen to when i didnt know any dance music at all. PROOOOOOODIGYYYYYYYY

    #1188029
    Avatard.r.e.a.m
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    I’m just goin for nirvana unplugd on the muddy banks of whiska oh yea an incesticide!!raaa

    #1188018
    Avatarlittle luke
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    DontBeliveTheHype!;267038 wrote:
    ah i only know about 2 and recently saw somthing about a third in the making .. mby i am just behind the times and saw some old web site …

    There was Dummy and Portishead, and then a live album recorded with a full orchestra at the NYC Roseland Ballroom (I think), the title being something similar, which is amazing, and then last year they released the third studio album after a ten year year break, aptly titled Third.

    I saw Portishead in December 2007 at the ATP Nightmare Before Chrstmas festival. It was the first time they’d played a gig in 10 years – they’d played on the Friday and Saturday nights, I saw them on the Saturday (got there too late on the Friday). It was spine-tingling hearing them play so many classic songs that I’d let slip to the back of my mind. My friend saw them both nights and said the Saturday was better. I’ve a recording of the Saturday somewhere, I’ll upload it.

    #1188054
    AvatarDontBeliveTheHype
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    little luke;267147 wrote:
    There was Dummy and Portishead, and then a live album recorded with a full orchestra at the NYC Roseland Ballroom (I think), the title being something similar, which is amazing, and then last year they released the third studio album after a ten year year break, aptly titled Third.

    I saw Portishead in December 2007 at the ATP Nightmare Before Chrstmas festival. It was the first time they’d played a gig in 10 years – they’d played on the Friday and Saturday nights, I saw them on the Saturday (got there too late on the Friday). It was spine-tingling hearing them play so many classic songs that I’d let slip to the back of my mind. My friend saw them both nights and said the Saturday was better. I’ve a recording of the Saturday somewhere, I’ll upload it.

    sweet .. the album i was talking about was third .. didn’t realise it had allready been releaced .. will have to get that .. didn’t know there was a live album raaa

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