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Wednesday, June 02, 2010

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 6/2/10

Hails, loyal readers...

Hope everyone's extended weekend (for those who apply) went well and everyone is stuffed on cookouts and all limbs intact. In my neighborhood, some late night clods were blowing things up to the tune of pipe bombs, which brought my proverbial cutlass out at the ready should my kid be woken up at 1:00 a.m. Otherwise, a very busy weekend with little rest.

I met a pair of children on Saturday who really touched me. The first is a one-year-old girl with spina bifida named Abby and the second is an older boy, Erik, who has dealt with a rare skin disease since birth where he is easily cut and his flesh comes off in large chunks. I'm impressed by the family who've adopted these two remarkable kids and the humane treatment they give. If these children are to enjoy a future happy life, they're in the best position to do so in this household. Erik especially warmed me with his courageousness under the painful circumstances he lives with. His life is consumed by constant bandaging, yet he has the most cheerful disposition I've seen in anyone outside of my own boy. I was very inspired by Erik's sweet candor and when he told us he was Superman, I had to agree with him. I doubt I'll be able to listen to death metal lyrics with the same disaffectation again.

Here at The Metal Minute, stick around for more Metal Louvre selections, a look at the new Canvas Solaris and the Lamb of God anthology Hourglass, and Part 2 of my 2003 interview with Dee Snider.

Cheers...



Lamb of God - Hourglass
It's Casual - Buicregl
It's Casual - Stop Listening to Bad Music
ZZ Top - Rio Grande Mud
Mastodon - Remission
Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Dio - Sacred Heart
Dio - Dream Evil
Fugazi - Margin Walker
Fugazi - Repeater
The Cure - Disintegration
Heavy Metal soundtrack
Windmills by the Ocean - s/t
Isis & Aereogramme - In the Fishtank 14
Red Sparowes - Every Red Heart Shines Towards the Red Sun
The Cars - s/t
The Cars - Candy O
The Cars - Greatest Hits
Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack
Slipknot - s/t
Slipknot - Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Slipknot - All Hope is Gone
Delain - Lucidity
Canvas Solaris - Irradiance

6 comments:

Metal Mark said...

Methusalem-Unite and conquer
Canvas Solaris-Irradiance
Bronz-Carried by the storm
Mehida-The eminent storm
Merciless Death-both
Atomic Rooster-In hearing of...
Hysterica-Metal War
Widow-Nightlife
Cream-Disraeli Gears
Budgie-Bandolier

The Klepto said...

Another short(er) list. I have just become kinda bored listening to full albums of late, instead going for playlists or random luck to decide what I listen to.

1. Cake - Fashion Nugget
2. Cake - Motorcade of Generosity
3. Cavalera Conspiracy - Inflikted
4. Cheap Trick - Sgt. Pepper
5. Emerson, Lake And Palmer - Works, Volume 1 (2 Discs)
6. Emerson, Lake And Palmer - Works, Volume 2
7. Stephen Lynch - The Craig Machine
8. Stephen Lynch - Superhero
9. South Park - South Park: Bigger, Longer And Uncut (Soundtrack)
10. Shrinebuilder - Shrinebuilder
11. Sleep - Sleep's Holy Mountain
12. Sleep - Volume 2 (EP)
13. Wolfmother - Wolfmother

Metal Mark said...

Klepto-Where did you get Sleep's Volume 2?

bob_vinyl said...

Everyone Everywhere - s/t
Stegosaur - Adventure
Rooftops - A Forest of Polarity
Def Leppard - On Through the Night
Van Halen I
For Love Not Lisa - Merge
The Essential Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys
Grateful Dead - Aoxomoxoa
Grateful Dead - Wake of the Flood
Janis Joplin - I Got Dem Old Kozmic Blues Again Mama
Janis Joplin - Pearl
Empire! Empire! (I Was a Lonely Estate)/Football, Etc - split 7"
Led Zeppelin III
Robert Plant and Allison Krauss - Raising Sand

cjk_44 said...

Karma to Burn – Appalachian Incantation
Daniel Lioneye – Vol. II
Mutiny Within – s/t
Spheric Universe Experience – Anima
Agalloch – Pale Folklore
Brutal Truth – Need to Control
Cannibal Corpse – Vile
Digital Ruin – Dwelling in the Out
Rolling Stones – Beggar’s Banquet

Reading: “Inventing Late Night: Steve Allen and the Original Tonight Show” by Ben Alba

Watching: Stanley Cup Finals

Ray, i love the new Metal Louvre feature!

The Klepto said...

Mark: At this point I really have no idea. I have so much music that anything that I've acquired in the past 5 years has fallen to the way-side of my memory.
If you want I can't send you a like for download (depending on your moral restrictions), but as for actual purchase I can not help you.

Most of the bands that I can't find anywhere in stored (do not like paying for digital downloads or cds offline) I usually acquisition from various sites.