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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 2/3/10

Greetings from Snowville Perpetua...

Hope everyone's staying warm as winter rages on. If you see someone on the street who appears downtrodden, yeah, they might be a scam artist trolling for money and those dirty souls will find themselves in purgatory answering for their slimy convictions. Instead, take that person a cup of coffee or hand over a hot burger or something. You never know who's really in need of something on their stomachs.

It's been off to the races on my second novel and as of last night, the final plot threads tied themselves up in my mind, so I am down to the finish line at 11 chapters to go. Any literary agents out there reading this, drop me a line, would ya? Love to send you a proposal and sample chapters!

Over at House of Hair Online you can find my new chat with Jeremy Goldberg of Age of Evil. It's rather more expansive than his Take 5 session here, so check it out. There's a new gunslinger in the cyber dustbowl, Kik Axe Music.com. Over yonder you can find my interviews with Full Metal Jackie and Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull of Leaves' Eyes. Both ladies were in-depth, talkative and very entertaining. Get some!

Here at the Metal Minute I'm pleased to see the same hit numbers as usual and your continued faithfulness will be rewarded with upcoming reviews of Hypno5e, Dommin, Krakow and others, and perhaps a DVD looksee or two as time permits. I ask your patience as I dedicate myself to finishing the first draft of the novel.

As always, ya'll are beautiful...music is our bond...



Karnivool - Sound Awake
Hyno5e - Des Deux L'Une Est L'Autre
Nile - Those Whom the Gods Detest
ZZ Top - Tres Hombres
Stiff Little Fingers - Nobody's Heroes
Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
Bob Dylan - Modern Times
Gorillaz - Demon Days
Tori Amos - Abnormally Attracted to Sin
Genesis - Wind and Wuthering
Air - Love 2
Rob Zombie - Hellbilly Deluxe 2
Return of the Living Dead 3 soundtrack

14 comments:

Metal Mark said...

Mad Max-first four album re-issues
Slough Feg-Ape Uprising
Journey-Captured
Acid King-Busse Woods
Pentagram-Relentless
Mercyful Fate-Don't break the oath

cjk_44 said...

Dark Tranquillity – We Are the Void
Katatonia – Night is the New Day
The Devil Wears Prada – With Roots Above and Branches Below
Gamma Ray – Land of the Free II
Arch Enemy – Black Earth
Green Carnation – Light of Day, Day of Darkness
Rush – Hold Your Fire
Vintersorg – Cosmic Genesis
Fates Warning – Parallels
My Dying Bride – Turn Loose the Swans
Roxy Music – Avalon
The Who – bootleg (live in San Francisco 1971)
The Derek Trucks Band – Songlines
Bonnie Raitt – Longing in Their Hearts
Stereolab – Switched On

Reading: “The Fountainhead” by Ayn Rand

bob_vinyl said...

I agree on the homeless. Also, a look in the eye and a kind word goes a long way, I think.

Nice pick on the SLF. That's a really good record.

SSQ - Synthacide
Cocksparrer - Runnin' Riot
Fire Theft - s/t
Thrice - Illusion of Safety
Yes - Close to the Edge
Yes - Relayer
Yes - Drama
Yes - Going for the One
Yes - Tormato
Yes - The Yes Album
Yes - Fragile
Yes - 90125
King Crimson - Larks Tongue in Aspic
Mott the Hoople - Flash and Crash
The Quarrymen - Dawn of Modern Rock
v/a - Classic African American Gospel from Smithsonian-Folkways
Bangles - Live in New York 1986
Brian Wilson - Smile
Minus-One - The Kids Don't Skate Here
The Beatles - Acoustic Masterpieces-The Esher Demos
The Beat - Amsterdam 1980
Elvis Costello and the Attractions - Washington DC 1978
The Beatles - And in the End
Bangles - Valencia, CA May 27, 1983
Joe Jackson - Night and Day II

Anonymous said...

My friend and I were recently discussing about technology, and how integrated it has become to our daily lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.


I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as the price of memory decreases, the possibility of uploading our brains onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's a fantasy that I dream about all the time.


(Posted on Nintendo DS running [url=http://kwstar88.zoomshare.com/2.shtml]R4i SDHC[/url] DS NetSurf)

Jeff said...

Omar Rodriguez-Lopez - Xenophanes
At the Drive In - This Station is Non Operational
The Who - Odd and Sods
Norma Jean - Bless the Martyr Kiss the Child
Regina Spektor - Soviet Kitch

I've been all over the place with what I've been listening to lately.

bob_vinyl said...

Hey Jeff,do you have the Norma Jean vinyl box set that Suburban Home put out a year or so back? Nice color vinyl and a picture disc. It was on sale a few months back and I got it for $15.

Jeff said...

Bob, I just checked it out and it looks sick. Where did you find it for $15? I can only find it for around $40?

bob_vinyl said...

Suburban Home/Vinyl Collective had a warehouse sale and stuff was ridiculously cheap. I think it was back in November. It was crazy. For $25 you got five records (that box only counted as three even though there's four records in the set). On top of that, they just threw in 10 CDs of their choice! It was probably the best sale I've ever seen online.

Jeff said...

Damn that is a good deal. Keep me in the loop if you ever find anymore deals like that on vinyl.

bob_vinyl said...

I certainly would have told you about it. I just didn't realize bands like that were up your alley.

Jeff said...

Typically it's not my kind of music, but lately metalcore has slowly been growing on me.

DPTH International said...

G'N'R - Chinese Democracy, Use Your Illusion I & II
Hammerfall - Glory To The Brave
Sacred Steel- Bloodlust
Trans-Siberian Orchestra-Night Castle
Creed - My own Prison,Human Clay & Weathered
Corrosion Of Conformity-Blind
Shock Troopers- S/T
Shadow Gallery- S/T
Between The Buried & Me-The great Misdirect
The Storyteller-discography

Ezra said...

The Mighty Boosh- complete bbc radio series
I drink for a reason-David Cross
(audiobook kick)

The Klepto said...

Sorry I've been away for a while. I'm gonna try to be visiting back here more often in the future. Keep up the good work

Ahab - The Divinity Of Oceans
Asteroid - Asteroid
Asteroid - Asteroid II
Barbarella - Neon City (EP)
Beehoover - Heavy Zooo
Beehoover - The Sun Behind The Dustbin
Bigelf - Cheat The Gallows
Bigelf - Closer To Doom
Bigelf - Hex
Bigelf - Money Machine
Black Pyramid - Black Pyramid
Dream Evil - In The Night
Dream Theater - Scenes From A Memory
Eight Hands For Kali - Mount Meru
Electric Wizard - Chrono.Naut (EP)
Gamma Ray - To The Metal
Goblin Cock - Bagged And Boarded
Johnny Cash - American III: Solitary Man
Karma To Burn - Almost Heathen
Karma To Burn - Wild Wonderful Purgatory
Keelhaul - Keelhaul
Mammoth Mammoth - Mammoth Mammoth (EP)
She Loves Pablo - Mother of All
Shinedown - Leave A Whisper
Shinedown - The Sound of Madness
Shinedown - Us And Them
Spirits of The Dead - Spirits of The Dead
T.H.U.M.B. - Lunar Flight (EP)
T.H.U.M.B. - Overloaded Rock 'N' Roll (EP)
Trippy Wicked & The Cosmic Children Of The Knight - Movin On
Tyr - By The Light Of The Northern Star
Tyr - Eric The Red
Tyr - Land