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- Original 1970 release. Been searching for this album a long time. Bumped to it in Amsterdam (Amstel Antique). This is their only record. One of the finest folk-rock albums on Ember Records. #knockerjungle #folk #rock #folkrock
- 13th Floor Elevators - “Easter Everywhere” (1967). What better way to celebrate today than with one of the finest psychedelic albums ever released. If you don’t know this album, it is a must listen masterpiece.
The “Easter” in the album’s title is often misconstrued as implying the album is Christian, when the album actually blends Buddhist, Hindu and Gnostic scriptures into a single unifying spiritual concept evaluated from a Western, Christian perspective.
The album’s cover art, hand-drawn by the band’s informal manager, George Banks, prominently features an Eastern sun, intended to represent the open blazing third eye. Above it, the album name is the seventh chakra, the ultimate realm of Nirvana. The gold printed background color was chosen for its symbol of the divine. Below the sun is the band's name, colored red and formatted to look like the eyebrows of Buddha. This album’s front cover image was chosen by band member Tommy Hall, along with the rear cover image of a meditating yogi, which is from a photograph of an eighteenth-century painting hanging in the National Museum of Indian Art in New Delhi. ————————————————————————
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- Pink Floyd “The Wall” Promo with Track list. Still one of my favorite records!
- Limited Edition Translucent Green Vinyl
Year of the Snitch by Death Grips (2018)
'Year of the Snitch' is the sixth studio album, and tenth release by Sacramento, California's experimental hip-hop group "Death Grips." After the release of their mixtape 'Steroids (Crouching Tiger Hidden Gabber Megamix),' the group announced they were releasing a new album. After a lot of promotional releases on their social media accounts, and on YouTube, many singles were released before the album dropped. Tracks such as "Streaky," "Black Paint," "Flies," and "Hahaha," all became the album's singles. The songs have gone on to be described by many as transgressive, cyper-punk-noise-rap, but also are less aggressive than previous releases giving a more organized experimental punk-rock, punk-rap album we've ever heard by the band. With help from special guests such as DJ Swamp, whose scratching, and techniques can be heard throughout the record, even sampling and cutting up old Death Grips songs and throwing them back into new songs, they deliver a unique album than they've ever delivered before. Also adding on to the bands meme hype, they acquired 'Shrek 1 & 2' director Andrew Adamson, to do spoken word on one of their tracks. Also included in this line-up of guest appearances includes Tool bassist Justin Chancellor, and Australian experimental musician Lucas Abela. Delivering their expected, and unusually odd, and bizarre artistry, and musicianship; Death Grips delivers, and continues to experiment with their hard hitting industrial sound mixed with hardcore aspects. These aspects of the band solidify their importance in the 2010's, or of this century, as an extremely powerful band and record that is also a perfect reflection of their multidimensional discography. Their musical evolution should be recognized as one of the most important acts we have ever had in years. .
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- 1. COUNTERPARTS - The Difference Between Hell And Home
- special thanks to @geeldax for this beautiful picture 🙏❤️
- What a debut. What a great artwork.
Arcade Fire - Funeral (2014)