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Wednesday, November 03, 2010

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 11/3/10

Hightailing it on the run, folks. Status quo for me, wouldn't you agree?

Hope everyone enjoyed their Halloween. Couldn't have asked for better on my end, though I'm a little sad I was late in the month getting ready for Halloween. Oh well, we all made it count at game time and in the name of Karloff and Carpenter, it was a faboo ghoul night.

At The Metal Minute be expecting a look at Rob Halford's latest solo album Made of Metal plus other albums on tap for examination. Your two word teaser for Halford IV: It rocks.

Salud...




Sweeney Todd Broadway revival soundtrack
Halloween II (Carpenter) soundtrack
Halloween III: Season of the Witch soundtrack
Nightmare Revisited
Oingo Boingo - Nothing to Fear
Oingo Boingo - Best o' Boingo
Devo - Something for Everybody
The Memorials - s/t
Gunslinger - Early Volumes 1
Halford - Halford IV: Made o Metal

13 comments:

Metal Mark said...

Halford-Made of metal
Judas Priest-British Steel, Hell bent for leather
Recker-Tragedy and triumph
Omotai-Peace through fear
On her majesty's secret service soundtrack
Suicidal Tendencies-No mercy fool/The suicidal family
DRI-Dealing with it

DPTH International said...

MOD - Gross Misconduct, USA for MOD, Surfin' MOD, Rhythm of Fear
Loreena Mckennit-The Book of Secrets, The Mask & The Mirror, An Ancient Muse,
Ayreon - 110110101
Star One - Victims of the Modern Age
Stream Of Passion-Embrace the Storm
Sword - Metalized, Sweet Dreams
Damien - Every Dog has its Day, Stop this War
Crimson Shadows-Death,Power,Glory EP
Sylvus - demo
Hazy Hamlet - Forging Metal
Mordred-Fool's Game, In This Life,The Next Room
Paramaecium - Echoes from The Ground

Halloween was a success this year. Met our neighbours with a nice little Haunt and scared some kids. Weather was clear, but bitterly cold. All in all, a good night

Jeff said...

King Crimson - Starless and Bible Black
Rush - Permenant Waves
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust
Stiff Little Finger - Inflammable Material
Peter Case - Wig
Black Keys - Brothers
Arcade Fire - The Suburbs
Tegan and Sara - Sainthood
Deftones - Diamond Eyes
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
Jethro Tull - Thick as a Brick
Simon and Garfunkel - Bookends

bob_vinyl said...

Hey Jeff, nice pick with the SLF. I love that album! A lot of people hate the Marley cover on there, but I thought it was cool. "Break Out" still resonates with me! It's such a great punk album.

bob_vinyl said...

Crooked Still - Some Strange Country
Great Big Sea - Safe Upon the Shore
Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More
Never Shout Never - What Is Love?

tarleisio said...

Grinderman - Grinderman 2
There's a partially confirmed rumor that most men have two heads. With this album Grinderman and Nick Cave have proved that to be a gross exaggeration. These guys have only one. Spoiler alert: It's not on their shoulders. I'm fine with that. This album makes my (one, shoulder-anchored, containing a cerebral cortex) head explode. Coming from a woman, that's the highest possible praise. That it also makes me laugh elevates it further. With the kind of lyrics most bold-face names in rock’n’roll and metal can’t even dream of writing.

Type O Negative - Dead Again
It was Halloween in Heaven the other day, and Saint Peter was there, playing bass for Hendrix with Bonham on drums...

Glenn Danzig -Black Aria
Providing the soundtrack for my novel protagonist's first trip to Hell, and somehow managing to creep the unholy f*** out of me at the same time. I’ll look up at 3 AM, and both my cats have metamorphosed into Horde creatures so sick, they couldn’t even draw them in Japan.

Garbage - Garbage
Estrogen antidote. Trust me. After Grinderman, Saint Peter and Mephistopheles, I need all the help I can get. Shirley Manson’s brand of queer makes me normal,
because that’s the kind of pervert I am.

King Diamond - Give Me Your Soul...Please
Arguably the finest Copenhagen export commodity since certain brands of bacon. (And yours truly!)

Sort Sol - Flow My Firetear
This Danish band had its origins in the punk scene of Copenhagen in the late Seventies. Moody, post-punk, and more than slightly twisted, it’s just what I want to hear in November. As is...

Claude Debussy - Clair de Lune
The Monty Python moment of something Completely Different. The perfect soundtrack for a rainy November afternoon, when melancholy slides down the windowpanes like raindrops, and it’s all good all the same.

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I apologize for the multiple deleted posts, but Blogger was having several blonde minutes!

cjk_44 said...

Kylesa - Spiral Shadows
The Absence - Enemy Unbound
James Labrie - Static Impulse
Peter Wolf - Midnight Souveniers
Buddy Guy - Living Proof

bob_vinyl said...

cjk, I didn't know Peter Wolf had a new one out. I listened to some of it last night and it's a pretty good album.

cjk_44 said...

bob, wolf's newest has an old-school charm sorely lacking in most efforts. highly recommended for anyone interested a thoroughly well-produced blend of rock and r&b that is equally inspired by other genres.