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"When I get a little money, I buy records. If any is left over I buy food and clothes." (Erasmus, sort of)
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posted a review of Malefice - Overboard E.P.. about 1 month ago
This is REAL thrash - before the bands started wearing spandex pants and got their hair permed.
posted a review of Pink Fairies* - Kings Of Oblivion. 3 months ago
This Japanese pressing uncovers the full sonic potential of this great album. I always thought the recording quality of this album was good, but nothing special. It IS special! Incredible! I was floored when I first spun it. A NM copy is worth every ... See full review
posted a comment on The Damned - Damned Damned Damned. 3 months ago
My fave vinyl pressing of this album used to be an original UK. But now I think it is the Japanese vinyl pressing on Stiff. The drums on the intro to “New Rose” pound! That’s not all, of course. Plus there is ZERO surface noise on the beautiful pressing ... See full review
posted a comment on Edgar Froese - Ages. 5 months ago
A Krautrock classic. Unlike his other solo albums there is a drummer, but not at all “ruined” by it, just different. There are so many fat analog synth sounds, this alone will make it appealing to many. But there is everything else that one would and ... See full review
posted a comment on Various - Hope & Anchor Front Row Festival. 5 months ago
Crazy good compilation in LP only no CD pressing in sight yet sorry. So many great LIVE cuts, standouts for ME include X-Ray Spex, 999, and the Stranglers. As I continue my search for more live X-Ray Spex this performance is A+!! I realize others might ... See full review
posted a comment on Adrenalin O.D. - The Wacky Hi-Jinks Of Adrenalin O.D.. 6 months ago
I have a copy of this that I bought back in the day. But it’s on RED VINYL. Not listed. I wonder if this is way rare or something possibly maybe. Anyone else have one?
posted a comment on Michael Bundt - Electri City. 6 months ago
Why? I guess when you wrote this 2 years ago the prices were different. I just purchased this NM Japanese pressing for about the same price as one of those VG+ originals. I haven’t heard them all, but these Nexux International records are made by King of ... See full review
posted a comment on Classic Records. 7 months ago
Agree. I have plenty of Analogue Production pressings but more Classic Records vinyl. Why? The quality is unmatched. CR built custom tube gear to press the reissues, and I’m pretty sure AP has done the same, and some of the same people are beind the ... See full review
posted a review of Cosmic Ground - Cosmic Ground. 7 months ago
Any complaints one may have with any of Cosmic Ground’s releases will stem from the fact that one is either not familiar with, or simply does not like, this type of music. However, if you are into the the Berlin-school of electronic music pioneered by ... See full review
posted a review of Humble Pie - Performance: Rockin' The Fillmore: The Complete Recordings. 7 months ago
This needs to be released on VINYL! I guess the major labels will release on vinyl only if other format (CD) sales are good enough. So clueless!
posted a comment on David Bowie - Welcome To The Blackout (Live London '78). 7 months ago
Thank you so much for your detailed review. Not only am I going to wait a bit before purchasing this, I no longer feel bad for not waking up at 5am and waiting in a line for four hours in order to purchase it. ;)
Thanks again,
posted a comment on Marginal Man - Identity. 8 months ago
My copy is a first pressing with red labels. On rear cover it says "$4 postpaid from Dischord". Nowadays $4 will just about cover the postage in the USA. But no record ;)
posted a comment on Various - Artificial Intelligence II. 9 months ago
The 2xLP version is a HOT (loud!) pressing! Worth searching for!
posted a review of Meatmen - Crippled Children Suck EP. 10 months ago
“ANDY + JERRY ARE THE PARTY BROTHERS” in ball point pen.
posted a comment on Лед Зеппелин* - Лед Зеппелин III. 10 months ago
[quote=gorazmey] Hi. Thank you for the positive feedback. Tell me, you bought the Zeppelin from the seller? How much it costs, if not a secret? I'm just going to put the 3 records of this group from the Studio Antrop, interested to know what is the real ... See full review
added Kraftwerk - La Maquina Humana to their wantlist. 11 months ago
posted a review that has since been deleted. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Cosmic Ground. about 1 year ago
Not only does Cosmic Ground (for the most part Dirk Muller, from the neo-Krautrock band Electric Orange) have the desire and talent to be highly influenced by The mid-1970s era Tangerine Dream sect of Berlin Scholl electronic minimalism, but most ... See full review
posted a comment on Stravinsky* / Ernest Ansermet Conducting L'Orchestre De La Suisse Romande - The Rite Of Spring "Le Sacre Du Printemps". about 1 year ago
Cool! Discogs labels a piece of music written 103 years ago as "modern" (1914). Awesome. I know. It's just a label. It means nothing. And it's crowdsourced.
posted a review of La Düsseldorf - Individuellos. about 1 year ago
I always thought the unofficial end of the Krautrock era was around the time when Damo Suzuki left Can, around 1974-5, and albums released by them after that, as well as those by other bands that I considered my Krautrock faves demonstrated. But not La ... See full review
posted a review of Genesis - Trespass. about 1 year ago
I own this pressing. I am what some call a Genesis "nut", but I do know some who are more into the personalities and minutia of the band. I'm into the music. Big time. Anyway, this pressing sounds like it was made from the remixed version that was issued ... See full review
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posted a comment on Ash Ra Tempel - Schwingungen. about 1 year ago
Even though every other Japanese LP of this era is issued with an obi - in the photo this one doesn't have one. Yet I ordered a copy of this LP anyway. This record is not only a bootleg (unofficial), it's not even a good one. The catalog number isn't ... See full review
posted a review of Robert Fripp - 16 December 1977. about 1 year ago
I was rather disappointed, after paying 12.95 GBP for this download from Fripp's website, that it is what we would call an "audience tape", even though in this case it wasn't recorded from the audience because it was not a live show, but a studio ... See full review
submitted Apology - Pass You By. about 1 year ago
posted a review of Tim Blake. about 1 year ago
His first two albums, Crystal Machibe and New Jerusalem are MUST HAVES for any fan of synth/space and for fans of what he did for Gong and does for Hawkwind. Most of CM is like what he did for Gong, but with the bsnd removed just leaving his very cool ... See full review
posted a comment on Лед Зеппелин* - Лед Зеппелин III. about 1 year ago
Thank you for that information! I don't think I'd like this pressing any less if it was indeed a "counterfeit" Russian, or rather, Soviet Led Zeppelin LP. I love the artwork! But as I purchase very few collectors items, it is nice to know this is the ... See full review
posted a comment on Pink Floyd - Obscured By Clouds. about 1 year ago
Does anyone know the significance of the 12" x 12" artwork included with the multi page insert? In the photos of what is included it is the piece in the lower right hand corner. It is dated 1972, but that's all I know. It is separate from the booklet ... See full review
posted a review of M. Frog - M. Frog. about 1 year ago
Diverse styles - but all displaying talent that Todd Rundgren obviously recognized when putting together his first line up of Utopia. If you are a fan of the first Utopia LP, electronic music, prog, Krautrock (even tho' he's from France!) or just great ... See full review
posted a comment on Guru Guru - Globetrotter. about 1 year ago
By this time Guru Guru can be classified as Krautrock in name only and because of their reputation as one of the genre's forerunners. This album sounds nothing like the old Guru Guru, instead more like reggae influenced adult contemporary music.
posted a comment on Tangerine Dream - Electronic Meditation. about 1 year ago
An Addiator (listed as an instrument played by Conrad Schnitzler) is a German mechanical adding/subtraction (calculating) device. How Mr. Schnitzler "played" it is most likely similar to the way a coffee machine is played on Alpha Centuri, the follow-up ... See full review
submitted The Abused (2) - Demo. over 2 years ago
posted a comment on Лед Зеппелин* - Лед Зеппелин III. over 2 years ago
It was suggested that this is actually not from Russia, but pressed elsewhere to LOOK as if it were pressed in Russia. They say that evidence of this is in the title of the LP, and other places and especially in the use of the Russian language, which is ... See full review
posted a comment on John Lennon - Imagine. over 2 years ago
"Imagine" is one of the best modern pop songs ever written. It's message is one that is needed more than ever before in humankind's history. Whether or not you "like" the music on this album cannot be argued, either you do or don't - as Duke Ellington ... See full review
submitted Girlschool - Don't Call It Love. over 2 years ago
posted a review of MP Lancaster, Kim Rapatti, Jimi Tenor, Ilpo Väisänen - Moor EP. over 2 years ago
Wrong. 33 rpm. I'm helping you since no word on speed. Word.
posted a review of MP Lancaster, Kim Rapatti, Jimi Tenor, Ilpo Väisänen - Moor EP. over 2 years ago
A curiosity that you can purchase this for less than a large cup of dirty chai. For fans of Pan Sonic, minimal techno, etc. this is right up there with the best. Kind of creepy too - which is a benefit 45rpm spin it
posted a review of Jimi Hendrix - Jimi Hendrix At His Best (Volume 1). over 2 years ago
The liner notes are wrong, and were made to throw lawyers off the trail. These are (very) late night jams between Jimi and Larry Lee (and often others) at the house that Jimi rented in upstate NY in preparation for his appearance at Woodstock. The ... See full review
posted a comment on Joy Division - Still. over 2 years ago
Let's talk about Joy Division's sub-genre listing. Post punk? Joy Division DEFINES post punk. New wave? No. That would be later with New Order, who practically define that genre later on. Their crappy lead vocals, and their first LP place New Order in ... See full review
submitted Beaver (5) - Beaver EP. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Starseed Transmission - Metamorphic Illumination. over 2 years ago
I totally agree with tmanassis. I bought this on a whim in the mid 90s and have been enjoying ever since. Before I checked credits as I assumed it was one of the bigger acts that would sometimes pair up with Pete Namlook. But nope. Great album.
added Kraftwerk - Kraftwerk to their wantlist. over 2 years ago
posted a review of Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady. over 2 years ago
The Four Men With Beards reissue might have a nice cover -- but the record is likely made from using a commercially released CD version for the master. Buying a used copy of just about any older UK or EU pressing or simply buying the CD will serve you ... See full review
posted a comment on The Muffins - Bandwidth. over 3 years ago
Thank you. Excellent and helpful review.
submitted King Crimson - In The Court Of The Crimson King (An Observation By King Crimson). over 3 years ago
submitted Straw Dogs - We Are Not Amused. over 3 years ago
added Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate to their wantlist. over 3 years ago
submitted Wall Of Voodoo - Ring Of Fire (Remix). over 3 years ago
added Celtic Frost - Monotheist to their wantlist. over 3 years ago
submitted The Gun Club - Breaking Hands. over 3 years ago