afterstasis;3597202 said:i'm afraid this album is also out of print... i don't own a hard-copy of this own myself.
dman2309;3601622 said:What's the big deal about Animal Collective??
afterstasis;3601629 said:good (sometimes great) band, currently hyped super-hard...no ill will, just really just trying to convince people to dig into some lesser known artists that totally deserve it.
ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3601638 said:Got any obscure blues-rock in the works?
ROCKBANDFANATIC7526;3601651 said:A lot of people liked the pop-punk record, also being on lastfm helped.
dman2309;3601653 said:Exuma, the Obeah man was classy as hell. Great listening.
afterstasis;3601658 said:haha, the last time i attempted a variant on this thread i limited myself to full albums that are available on last.fm...i hate doing that, but i'll try to wedge more in if people are really having that much trouble finding listenable copies online.
afterstasis;3602904 said:Apostle Of Solitude - Sincerest MiseryGenre: Traditional Doom MetalYear: 2008Straightforward traditional doom with melodic vocals and a generally clean sound. Quite possibly one of the most relaxing metal albums I can think of off the top of my head.Recommended If You Like: The Gates Of Slumber, Reverend Bizarre, Candlemass, Saint Vitus, Witchfinder General, and Cathedral.Sample a few tracks on myspace.
afterstasis;3601611 said:if i make a tired and somewhat inaccurate comparison to animal collective's folkier moments will you pitchfork turds listen to exuma?
afterstasis;3605176 said:All Angels Gone - QuietlyGenre: Post-RockYear: 2005Some of the most accessible yet still highly enjoyable post-rock I've heard... A rare Radiohead imitation that doesn't make me groan.Recommended If You Like: Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Mono, The Evpatoria Report, Caspian, and The Ascent of Everest.Sample the album on last.fm.
clashcityrocker10;3605186 said:I'll definitely be trying this album out. Especially since it's a free download and all.
afterstasis;3607539 said:Dias De Blues - Self TitledGenre: Blues RockYear: 1972This is the only album released by these fellows from Uruguay, but it surpasses most other contenders in the genre by quite a stretch in my opinion.The slight psychedelic overtones keep things interesting, I suppose.Recommended If You Like: Cream, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Cactus, Blue Cheer, Steamhammer, and Sir Lord Baltimore.Sample a few tracks on myspace.