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The Kills- MIdnight Boom PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 July 2010 04:31

thekillsmidnight I love a band that's just a girl and a guy. The White Stripes were the first band like this that got me excited. The Kills are quite different. They have a really unique, sexy smoldering kind of sound, very minimal, simple, smart, funny, cheeky lyrics, and a drum machine.  Singer Alison Mosshart  and British guitarist Jamie Hince have put out three records together. This is the 3rd.  and the best I think. It moves along with a kick-ass confidence and there isn't a better record out there for blasting off on a Saturday night  with. It's guaranteed to put you in a great mood, no matter what kind of a day you've had.  If you don't own this record now, go out and get it quick because you can't let another weekend pass without it. Thank me later.

Dark Side Of The Moon- Pink Floyd PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 27 May 2010 22:55


First of all, I must apologize for my absence. I was preoccupied with a lot of non-musical things and I've been one poor correspondent. I missed talking about all the cool LP's I scored at Record Store day including a blue vinyl- Band of Horses, a special (from the vaults) double Radiohead 10" and 45's from Charlotte Gainsbourg, Flogging Molly, and Elvis Presley! But I digress, I'm here to talk about Dark Side Of The Moon. I was uncertain about how this record was received in the world and I just checked. It sold 45 million copies worlwide, yikes, I suspect some stoners might have forgot they owned it and bought it twice so factor that in.

There's been so much talk about "The Wall" lately because Roger Waters is touring it and that's really cool but my favorite Pink Floyd always has and always will DSOTM. Because this album was made after Syd Barret's departure from the band suffering from poor mental health, the members decided to do a record of songs about things that make you mad (as in "Crazy) i.e. Money, Time, Us and Them (but I do think that "Us and Them" has a beautiful dreamy quality that is just so appealing and doesn't make me crazy at all). Great Gig in The Sky is also very appealing to me, the wailing vocal sampling has such a wonderful sexy  quality to it. I often go back and listen to it again and again.The cool thing about all Pink Floyd music is that it's rather open to interpretation, like good art. It can make you insane or it can make you fall in love. Cool facts about this record: Recorded at Abbey Road Studios and engineered by Alan Parsons of yes, The Alan Parsons Project.


Record Store Day is SATURDAY, April 17th PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 16 April 2010 04:56

REcordstoreday The VP wants to remind everyone to stop by your local record store on Saturday and throw some love their way. Because if you don't, they won't know how much you appreciate them. Plus, every single record store in America (and the UK) is doing something special that day to let YOU know that they love you too. So, I'll meet you by that thing where we were that time and we'll celebrate RECORD STORE DAY together. All of us. Music is Love.

Death Cab For Cutie- The Open Door EP, 2009 PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 19:17

Deathcab I was a  latecomer to Death Cab for Cutie (not sure why, they're everything I love, thoughtful, super-indie, smart-ass, and hailing from a rainy Pacific Northwest city) though I've dabbled in them a bit, I am certainly no expert. I bought this EP on a whim and I tore it open and read the lyrics of the first song before I even played it. The first cut, "Little Bribes" starts out like this: "The Eiffel Tower built to smaller scale in the freshest oxygen I'd ever inhaled. I tapped a bottle against a safety rail, killing time"

And then I put it on my turntable and I really really loved it. This is now my favorite Death cab song. The other cool thing on this EP is an unreleased Demo on the B side of "Talking Bird" Just Gibbard singing and a ukulele, I think, but please don't yell at me if it's a mandolin. Anyway, it's gorgeous. "...on infinite repeat like your brain can't keep up with your beak"

I'm not a big EP acquirer, generally a re-mix, dance mix or re-interpretation of a song I already like is pointless to me. But a band like Death Cab, you have to know, is going to put something pretty great on an EP if they bother at all, right? So, if you don't have it, you should get it.

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