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Postby Snarfyguy » 26 Mar 2018, 16:35

joels344 wrote:
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That's probably my favorite Pere Ubu album. Excellent listening choice.

I, too, prefer it to the debut.

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This joins I Care Because You Do... as the latest Warp artist album that I previously liked a lot more than most people but not as much as their more acclaimed earlier albums until now. It's not exactly a snappy title but it's true. It may even have the edge on Amber now.

A repost of the thing I accidentally put into The Residents thread.

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Postby Minnie Mincepie » 28 Mar 2018, 14:15

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This joins I Care Because You Do... as the latest Warp artist album that I previously liked a lot more than most people but not as much as their more acclaimed earlier albums until now. It's not exactly a snappy title but it's true. It may even have the edge on Amber now.

A repost of the thing I accidentally put into The Residents thread.

I do have Confield, but I must admit it's not something I can recall anything about. I might check it out again later. I hardly ever listen to Autechre though, if I do it's normally one of Untilted, Amber, or Exai. I'd say their back catalogue is almost as patchy as The Residents.
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I'm going to have a Gong Wednesday at work today, co-workers be damned.

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Any arguments that "Stigmata" has the greatest example of a vocoded scream in popular music?
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Yeah, thought I would dig it out again. First track is ace, like Bucephalus Bouncing Ball with a case of depression.
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For when Autechre aren't annoying enough.
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Postby driftin » 30 Mar 2018, 08:21

Darkness_Fish wrote:
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This joins I Care Because You Do... as the latest Warp artist album that I previously liked a lot more than most people but not as much as their more acclaimed earlier albums until now. It's not exactly a snappy title but it's true. It may even have the edge on Amber now.

A repost of the thing I accidentally put into The Residents thread.

I do have Confield, but I must admit it's not something I can recall anything about. I might check it out again later. I hardly ever listen to Autechre though, if I do it's normally one of Untilted, Amber, or Exai. I'd say their back catalogue is almost as patchy as The Residents.

I've always been a full on fanboy of them, and I reckon that's only increased with time as I've learned to love their more experimental stuff more than I ever could've when I first got into them. With the exception of Quaristice, Peel Session 2, some of their collabs, and the Gescom project I genuinely like everything they've ever released. At worst they are interesting and at best they are boundary smashing geniuses and since Coil aren't around anymore they are easily my favourite living musicians.

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Postby driftin » 30 Mar 2018, 08:25

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Yeah, thought I would dig it out again. First track is ace, like Bucephalus Bouncing Ball with a case of depression.

That's a very good description. I reckon my favourite is “Eidetic Casein” though. It's like a hip-hop backing track made with drum machines and synths that are falling apart and losing power and I mean that as a compliment.