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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 6/29/11

Howdy, friends. Another dash 'n go this week as I continue to pick up the pieces and fit them accordingly. In the end, all will be worth it.

Stayed tuned for reviews of the new Pagan's Mind, Phoenix Rising, a DVD documentary about the MK IV era of Deep Purple and other hullabaloo coming atcha.


The Donnas - Spend the Night
The Donnas - Turn 21
The Donnas - Bitchin'
Jimi Hendrix - South Saturn Delta
In Flames - Soundtrack to Your Escape
Deep Purple - Burn
Deep Purple - Stormbringer
Deep Purple - Come Taste the Band
The Jam - In the City
The Jam - Compact Snap
AC/DC - Highway to Hell
Pagan's Mind - Heavenly Ecstasy
WhoCares - "Out of My Mind"/"Holy Water"
Down By Law - Last of the Sharpshooters
Down By Law - Blue
Down By Law - Fly the Flag
Down By Law - Punkrockacademyfightsong
Kodo - Mondo Head
John Lennon - Legend
Stereolab - Dots and Loops
Stereolab - Space Age Bachelor Pad Music
Daft Punk - Tron: Legacy soundtrack
Tron: Legacy Reconfigured
The Return of the Living Dead soundtrack
Less Than Zero soundtrack
The Civil Wars - Barton Hollow


taotechuck said...

Seriously, I shouldn't even be commenting this week, since I've hardly listened to anything.

Ray, I picked up that Civil Wars CD from the library last week, but haven't listened yet. How'd it grab you?

Bach - Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin (Isabelle Faust)
Bach - St. Matthew's Passion (Kathleen Ferrier)
Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks Vol. 4
Grateful Dead - American Beauty

Metal Mark said...

Queeny Blast Pop-demos
Mox Nix-s/t and lost tracks
Slayer-Hell Awaits and Live 1985
Leaf Hound-Growers of mushrooms
Inzest-Another religion, another war
Wargasm-Satan stole my lunch money demo 1986
Fantom Warrior-demo
Mastodon-demo 2000
Black Virgin-1982 demo
Enablers-Blown realms and stalled explosions
Black Wytch-Tempting the blade demo 1986

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Glad you asked, Chuck. Spin it. It's wonderful. Those two have tremendous harmonizing and very rich songs ranging from country to folk to alt. Like Mumford & Sons, this duo fills every ounce of space they can in their downhome minimalist way.

Dang, Mark, I almost forgot Wargasm, though I often used them as means of comparison in my early years of metal coverage. Good pull.

DPTH International said...

Hey Ray, I am damned determined to see this alphabetical order listening through. Thanks for the kudos!

Demons & Wizards - S/T , Touched by the Crimson King
Derdian - New Era parts , 1 , 2 ands 3
Destroy the Runner - Saint , I Lucifer
Dethklok - The Dethalbum I & II
Detritus - Perpetual Defiance
Deuteronomium - Here to Stay
Devine - (demo)
Die Happy - S/T
Dio - Angry Machines, Holy Diver , Magica , Master of the Moon
Dirty Beloved - A World Made for You , Letters From A Broken Home
Discern - Revive & Rebuke, To Praise with Persecution
Disciple - By God
Discovery - New Horizions (1 half of the Held Under/Discovery anthology)
Disencumbrance - demo
Disinterment - S/T ep
Disturbed - All Studio albums
Divinefire - Hero , Farewell , Glory Thy Name , Into a new Dimension

Also squeezed in :

Brenden Perry - Ark
Amorphis - The Beginning Of Times
Overkill - Horrorscope
Sepultura - Schizophrenia
Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime

cjk_44 said...

Still listening to classic rock on the iPod set to random, but I managed to sneak in the following:

Amorphis - The Beginning of Times
Dream Theater - "On the Backs of Angels"
Porcupine Tree - Metanoia
The Gathering - Sleepy Buildings
Brothers of a Feather - Live at the Roxy
Cake - Pressure Chief

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Cool, cjk. I'm about to spin the new Cake finally, so hopefully it stands up to the others. Those guys make me smile within a few bars of each album.