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Taking from: Please Don't Copy my Music

Taking from: Please Don't Copy my Music

It's hard to get a hold of good music here in Treviso and even harder to justify spending money on new music when there is a library of literally hundreds of thousands of songs within in our shared music community.

Music.

I'm going to try to do this once a week: pick and recommend somewhat obscure albums from a different person's library. I need some sort of blogging routine.

This week, I'm looking and stealing from Please Don't Copy my Music's music, primarily for the pure ironic hilarity of it.

Grisha's collection consists mainly of Linkin Park and German electronic kind of dance beat stuff, which is fine and all, but hard to work to. I did find this little gem though:

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Tristan Honsinger. The album is titled Travelogues. It's new to me, maybe not to you.

Honorable mentions: Spank Rocks' "YoYoYoYoYo"Nouvelle Vague's self titled album, and the Life Aquatic Soundtrack (I've been looking for those)

And while in Grisha's library be sure to check out Apoetnomadali, Wilson Philips, a bunch of fart sound effects, and the German translation of a Stepehen Hawking lecture (you can hear Hawking's awesome computer voice in the background.)

Originally from
ReBlogged by matt prins on Oct 11, 2006 at 02:06 PM Posted by matt prins on Oct 11, 2006 at 02:06 PM

Comments

At first i thought: why should we be interested in your music picks, that are just your personal tastes?
Then: comments on your picks are strongly recommended and even vital to give sense to this initiative... i mean... here more than in other parts of the blog

Posted by: fede at 11.10.2006 05:54 PM


Sure. Why not?

Really, I think it just boils down to me looking for something to post about, having it relate to Fabrica in some way, and wanting to write about whatever that is.

Well, this is it.

Besides, I've always wanted to be a music reviewer. This is kind of like that but obviously much more lame. Hopefully my tastes are varied enough to appeal to the majority. If not, then I guess the majority should start appreciating better music.

Posted by: Matt at 11.10.2006 06:46 PM


Sorry. On some sort of blogging power trip. I'll behave.

Posted by: matt at 11.10.2006 06:51 PM



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