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Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 22 Mar 2017, 21:04
by Consigliere_11
Forever Low Man wrote:that new gbv album that none of you care about, August By Cake

i wish you knew how good this album is
I listened to it - it's pretty nice and simple rock album. I've never heard GbV before, so the first impression is good

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 25 Mar 2017, 12:12
by TripleJay97
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works (Vinyl)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 25 Mar 2017, 13:02
by Rhys
The expanded edition of Either/Or by Elliott Smith. The album's such a wonderful gem. I love how it has the lo-fi, stripped back to the fundamentals sound of his earlier records, but mixed brilliantly with more production that foreshadows his later stuff, and instrumental details that perfectly serve the songs.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 26 Mar 2017, 17:57
by Lt Pinkerton
A weird promo of Damon's 'The Marvelous Dream', one of the few existing copies of Car Seat Headrest's 'Monomania', the special edition of New Order's 'Technique', some Japanese 'Song 2' EP which I didn't even know it existed and a couple of CD singles by Graham. Good times.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 28 Mar 2017, 05:12
by Mallard No. 22
Consigliere_11 wrote:The Beatles - The Beatles (Mono LP)

Holy cow, even Revolution 9 sounds great on this one!

(Not really.)
I haven't heard it in mono. People have said it is superb.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 03 Nov 2019, 09:56
by AdvertBreak
In the last week on CD:

Roy Wood - Mustard (2019 remaster)
Alan Price - Between Today and Yesterday (2019 remaster) (yet to arrive)
Peter Skellern - The Complete Decca Records 1972-1975 (yet to arrive)

A few weeks back on LP:

John Martyn - One World
Steve Hillage - Motivation Radio

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 05 Nov 2019, 09:47
by Mallard No. 22
Yes, I can particularly recommend the Alan Price one which is a forgotten gem, though it was a big hit for him in 1974. The Roy Wood one was good too. I have never got beyond the (few) hit singles of Peter Skellern, though like Roy and Alan he was a kind of 'quintessential English' type of artist.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 05 Nov 2019, 17:01
by AdvertBreak
I'm excited to hear the Alan Price and Skellern ones, which like Roy's Mustard were released a long time ago on out-of-print CDs and have been pretty unavailable until now.

Also bought some classics on CD the other day:
Kevin Ayers - Joy of a Toy
Harmonia - Musik von Harmonia
The Slits - Cut

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 13 Nov 2019, 07:51
by dparrott
The Growlers - Natural Affair. Really good.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 14 Nov 2019, 08:42
by Mallard No. 22
Kevin Ayers is perhaps another artist who can be grouped in with Alan Price, Roy Wood and Peter Skellern.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 07 Jan 2020, 15:29
by Mark72
One Step Beyond - Madness

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 12 Mar 2020, 11:37
by AdvertBreak

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 14 Mar 2020, 06:38
by Mallard No. 22
'Psychomodo' by Steve Harley :)

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 19 Apr 2020, 01:09
by dparrott
Ringo Deathstarr self-titled. More shoegaze goodness.

Re: Albums you've bought

Posted: 20 Apr 2020, 05:37
by elasticaman
virus lockdown vinyl purchases:

Dune Rats - The Kids Will Know It's Bullshit
Bass Drum Of Death - Just Business
Sontalk - Stay Wild
Dead Gaze - Easy Travel
Cardigans - Emmerdale
Undertones - All Wrapped Up
Queens Of The Stone Age - Rated R
Lovely Eggs - I Am Moron
Bombay Bicycle - Everything Else Has Gone Wrong
Deer Park Ranger - Adaptation
Art Brut - Bang Bang Rock N Roll
Sleeper - Smart (Deluxe Reissue)
Tancred - Out Of The Garden
Pulp - This Is Hardcore
Suede - Head Music
Ocean Colour Scene - Moseley Shoals
Ocean C0lour Scene - Marchin' Already
The Strokes - The New Abnormal
We Are Scientists - With Love & Squalor
Spice Girls - Spiceworld
Skegss - My Own Mess
Ash - Teenage Wildlife

and then a whole host of 7" singles