Discussion in 'Music Forums' started by daza152, Jan 30, 2010.
TMI Alert...my sphincter just puckered past my esophagus.
Hey Frank, just FYI, Daniel Ash is taking photos in your music room again...
I'll safely assume that you like what you're hearing. As for me I'm still listening to the EP. Think I'm up to 12 or 15 listens now. Gonna stop before I wear it's digital vinyl grooves off.
Back to the sludge...
Saint Vitus ~ Hallow's Victim
Nice shot Fuzz. Stunning detail on the Pioneer's analog dial...The Birth Of The Cool.
Fuzzy, That room looks so much like my music room. It's kinda scary.
In all truth, The Gallagher brothers put up a very fine perhaps epic catalog of music. We'll see how it plays out for the Kiszka brothers. I sincerely hope they make it work.
You would not be wrong...literally gave me goose bumps and chills listening...especially the singer...fine band!
Notify me when they have a Vinyl release please!!!!
I know right? The singer has no reservations. He just throws it all out there.
From what I read tonight, Greta Van Fleet plan on doing four EP's before compiling it into one LP. Hopefully that will see a vinyl release.
Welcome to the latest mix of new progressive sounds on this equally new Prog magazine cover disc. Brand new Amplifier and Cosmograf. Up and coming British prog from Koyo and Kylver, while the appearance of Tim Burness may evoke memories of the 80s for you. James Ivanyi and the brilliantly named Orsome Welles hoist the Aussie prog flag high, and Mumpbeak, Gaudi and Bubblemath offer something a little more left field.Tracklist:
01. Amplifier - Kosmos (Grooves Of Triumph)
02. Koyo - Jouska
03. Kylver - The Great Race
04. Cosmograf - Hay-Man
05. Tim Burness - These Are The Days
06. Orsome Welles - Father's Eyes
07. James Norbert Ivanyi - Pray Darkly
08. Gaudi - Modular Rondo
09. Mumpbeak - Stone
10. Bubblemath - The Sensual Con
Total time: 01:04:17
Your not wrong there...
Anders Enger Jensen - Legacy of the MT-32.
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