WhiffleBallTony;2262021 said:HARCORE PUNKI really need more than the classics like Bad Brains, Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, and Minor Threat.
ZosoBaron;2262366 said:Besides Apostrophe, what would be a good Frank Zappa album to check out in particular?
afterstasis;2262378 said:"freak out!" is where it's at!
Hungryfreak;2277047 said:Being a person who jumped on the Harvey Milk bandwagon with their latest release, can anyone recommend me some of their earlier material? I know they've covered a few different territories, so you don't need to give me something that sounds like Life... The Best Game In Town, but just whichever albums are their best.
LegendofRock3021;2299606 said:Looking for all the Bloc Party and Silversun Pickups fans. Lazy Eye being on the main setlist and Melatonin and Well Thought Out Twinkles being Rock Band DLC has gotten me into SP a bit and I would like to know if it would be better to buy Carnavas or Swoon first. For Bloc Party, I've been interested since Helicopter was in GH3 and I've made put Banquet and Hunting For Witches as custom songs for GH2 on my PS2. I'd like some input from you guys on which of their 3 albums to buy first. Thanks for reading this.
Gowienczyk;2299623 said:Silversun Pickups: Pikul >>>> Swoon > Carnavas
kwami42;2299628 said:Carnavas is better imo, so I would go for that. For Bloc Party, I think Intimacy is their best, but I would start with Silent Alarm.Can I get some good noise and jazz (outside of Miles Davis and John Coltrane) recommendations?
kwami42;2299628 said:Edit: Oh yeah, and some indie pop reccs for a huge fan of Belle & Sebastian? I love this thread.
kwami42;2299628 said:Can I get some good noise and jazz (outside of Miles Davis and John Coltrane) recommendations?Edit: Oh yeah, and some indie pop reccs for a huge fan of Belle & Sebastian? I love this thread.
Gowienczyk;2299663 said:Eric Dolphy (Out There)Hank Jones (Great Standards, Vol. 2)Joe Pass (For Django)Mostly Other People Do The Killing (Shamokin)Norah Jones (Come Away With Me)Oscar Peterson Trio (Sits in with the Oscar Peterson Trio)Renee Olstead (Renee Olstead)Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra (World Famous, Wild Peace, Paradise Blue)Some jazzy records I like, half golden-era half modern-era.
afterstasis;2299885 said:i've been working on a "my favorite of each genre" post forever, so i'm gonna copy/paste some of this out of laziness. jazz albums: peter brotzmann - machine gun, miles davis - *****es brew, alice coltrane - universal consciousness, sun ra - space is the place, and don cherry - brown ricenoise/noise-rock albums: prurient - body language, lightning bolt - wonderful rainbow, orthrelm - ov, panicsville - sterile, and wolf eyes - dead hillsas for stuff similar to belle & sebastian i'd recommend camera obscura, the magnetic fields, and jens lekman.
timmay9;2300098 said:Pretty much what he said, but change Swoon and Carnavas. Pikul was a pretty good EP.
Gowienczyk;2300488 said:Everything they've ever recorded, Supernova.
Gowienczyk;2300550 said:This is why I support filesharing!
MdrnDayWarrior;2308640 said:What is a good starting point for The Melvins? I've heard GPT and Houdini, do the Melvins experts here agree?Also, where do I start with Joy Division? I know they don't have a large catalog, but I still want to know which one to start with.