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post Jul 31 2013, 01:29 PM
GFW and I have been thinking about this idea for a while, and Dr. O's book club thread reminded us to actually get off our asses and do it, so here we are!

The thread title should make things pretty obvious: someone nominates an album, everyone who wants to participate will listen to it, then we can all post our thoughts on it and go from there.

Here are some guidelines to make the process run smoother:

- There will be a queue of up to ten albums; participants will listen to one album per week. You can listen ahead of the current spot in the queue if you want, but don't post about a future album until everyone else gets to it. (The queue number may be subject to change.)
- There may be only one album nomination per forum member until the queue is full; if anyone wishes to nominate more, they'll have to wait for an empty spot on the queue. Participants cannot have more than one spot on the queue at a time.
- If you miss a particular album being discussed, you can still totally post about it if you want to, no matter how long ago it was nominated. Discussion is encouraged here, even if it isn't about the newest nomination.
- Both studio albums and live recordings are welcome, as long as the album has been officially released. If you want to make a case for some random bootleg recording that you happen to enjoy, you're free to do so, but it won't be a guaranteed inclusion.
- No compilation/greatest hits albums. Exceptions may be made if the potential nomination in question is a collection of previously unreleased material, or has one or more songs not found anywhere else.
- No anime/film/TV show/video game/audiobook/whatever else soundtracks; those are generally too long to listen to in a short amount of time, and aren't the focus of this thread.
- No uploading, embedding, or linking to full rips of any album. (Please see this post for a more detailed explanation.)
- If it is your turn in the album queue and you do not make a post about your nomination by noon Eastern Central Time on Wednesday of that week, then someone else may take their turn early. Anyone wishing to do this must first post in the thread stating their intention to do so, and queue-spot-switching may only be done by one member at a time.

I think that should cover all the bases. If you think we're missing something important, tell me or GFW and we'll hash it out. There are no restrictions on length, genre, release date, popularity, etc. This thread is about broadening people's musical horizons, so feel free to nominate what you want, really. Happy listening!

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post Jul 31 2013, 01:32 PM
Album List
Gypsy - In The Garden
Justice - Audio, Video, Disco
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
Judas Priest - Screaming For Vengeance
Tech N9ne - All 6's and 7's
Van Canto - Tribe of Force
Modest Mouse - We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank
Rush - 2112
Ólafur Arnalds - Eulogy for Evolution
Mr. Bungle - (self-titled)
Gotye - Like Drawing Blood
Neil Weaver - A Vessel For My Ineptitude
Lemon Jelly - Lost Horizons
k-os - Yes!
Caro Emerald - The Shocking Miss Emerald
Tom Waits - Blood Money
Dio - Dream Evil
Voltaire - To the Bottom of the Sea
De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
Shiny Toy Guns - III
Megadeth - Rust in Peace
Yes - Close to the Edge
Joanna Newsom - Ys
Mouse on the Keys - An Anxious Object
BT - A Song Across Wires
Fireaxe - Food For The Gods
Therion - Gothic Kabbalah
Alesana - The Emptiness
Rush - Clockwork Angels
Shad - TSOL
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
Pink Floyd - The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn
Moon Safari - Lover's End
Florence + the Machine - Lungs
Saltillo - Monocyte
The Sword - Warp Riders
Die Ärzte - Jazz ist anders
Björk - Debut
The Alan Parsons Project - The Turn of a Friendly Card
Kestrel - (self-titled)
They Might Be Giants - Apollo 18
Assemblage 23 - Bruise
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Thin Lizzy - Vagabonds Of The Western World
The Flaming Lips - Zaireeka
Lack of Afro - Press On
The Roots - How I Got Over
Orange Juice - You Can't Hide Your Love Forever
Frank Zappa - Sheik Yerbouti
Heather Dale - Fairytale
Pretty Lights - A Color Map of the Sun
Psyche Origami - Is Ellipsis
Devin Townsend - Ziltoid the Omniscient
Spirit - (self-titled)
Big Data - 1.0 EP
Caravan - For Girls Who Grow Plump in the Night
Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP
Devo - Freedom of Choice
Timothy Vajda - Bootstrap Physics
Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum
Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
Wishbone Ash - Argus
50 Cent - Get Rich or Die Tryin'
Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2
Flight of the Conchords - (self-titled)
Break of Reality - Ten
Justice - †
McCoy Tyner - Fly With the Wind
Sparks - (self-titled)
VNV Nation - Automatic
Man Man - Six Demon Bag
Hidden Orchestra - Night Walks
Lykke Li - I Never Learn
Emerson, Lake & Palmer - (self-titled)
Beltaine - Rockhills
Great Big Sea - Play
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album
Faith No More - The Real Thing
Zektbach - The Epic of Zektbach: Ristaccia
The Doors - Waiting For The Sun
The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out
Future Crew - Metropolis
David Bowie - The Man Who Sold The World
Alcatraz - Jailhouse Voices
Jaga Jazzist - One-Armed Bandit
Carpenter Brut - Trilogy
Gentle Giant - (self-titled)
Starscream - Future, Towards the Edge of Forever
Laszlo Vincze - Bleep and Destroy
Mr. Kitty - LIFE
Blue Stahli - (self-titled)
Black Sabbath - (self-titled)
Bonobo - Black Sands
Nick Drake - Bryter Layter


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post Jul 31 2013, 01:36 PM
Audio, Video, Disco by Justice.

EDIT: Changed it to a playlist from the official channel, complete with a couple music videos.

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post Jul 31 2013, 01:45 PM
WE DOIN' THIS HOMEY.

For my first suggestion:

EDIT: Changed my mind, put me down for The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead

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post Jul 31 2013, 04:25 PM
Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance


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post Jul 31 2013, 06:02 PM
Tribe of Force by Van Canto

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post Jul 31 2013, 06:59 PM
I'd like to recommend "We were dead before the ship even sank" by Modest Mouse.


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post Aug 1 2013, 03:01 AM
I'd like to suggest we listen to 2112 by Rush.
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post Aug 1 2013, 03:55 AM
Well, you folks seem to like this thread, so I went ahead and increased the queue by one. Thanks to your nominations, we're pretty well set for the foreseeable future! We'll get things underway on Monday; if you want to change your nomination before then, you're welcome to do so.

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post Aug 1 2013, 08:41 PM
I'm gonna suggest the instrumental albumentitled Eulogy for Evolution by Icelandic composer, Olafur Arnalds. There are some absolutely gorgeous tracks on there. This thread needs more instrumental love.

I mean, after we're done with everything else.

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post Aug 2 2013, 01:44 AM
I went ahead and made a slight revision to the rules by forbidding members from embedding or linking to full album uploads. Maybe it's a little silly, but I've always justified single songs and DJ mixes posted on YouTube and similar sites as a bit of a moral grey area (a belief I've come to question more and more recently); full album rips, however, are something I can't bring myself to rationalize as anything other than blatant piracy of a commercial product. The people who upload album rips are quite literally taking something sold on store shelves and pasting it onto the internet for free distribution.

I'm aware there's a trace of hypocrisy and a rather nonsensical double standard somewhere in my reasoning, and I do apologize if I've left anyone scratching their heads over this decision. Like most people, I'm still in the process of figuring out what is and isn't fair when it comes to copyright in the digital age. For a project like this, though, I would really like to at least pretend that there's a slim chance someone here will buy one of these albums or legally acquire at least some of the songs they contain. Since the intention of this thread revolves around coming together to share an appreciation of the music these artists create, I think we at least owe them the respect of not flaunting the fact that most of us are enjoying their work illegally.

Of course, I can't forbid anyone from using whatever methods they are inclined to use in order to participate in this activity. I'd like to encourage you folks to throw at least a buck or two in the direction of the artists featured here, but ultimately that's your decision to make. If you want to find an album rip on YT or download an MP3 torrent, that's your choice. All I ask is that you not publicly discuss such methods or provide shortcuts for others to take the same route.

Posting information about an album you've nominated and/or providing links to official media sources or legal samples is fine—greatly appreciated, even, since it'll save your fellow members a little search engine legwork.


With that out of the way, I say bring on the music! This sounds like a fun idea for a group activity and I'm very much looking forward to participating. smile.gif


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post Aug 5 2013, 05:43 AM
No problem, boss - I actually agree with you, so this new rule is a-okay by me.

Now then, it's time to get this thread underway! For our first album, we'll take a look at a band from the early 1970's that sadly didn't get as much recognition as they deserved. People of Project AFTER, I bring you...

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Gypsy - In The Garden

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Year of release: 1971
Genre: Progressive rock/classic rock
Number of tracks: 7
Personnel: Enrico Rosenbaum (guitar, vocals), James Walsh (keyboards, vocals), James Johnson (guitar, vocals), Bill Lordan (drums), Willie Weeks (bass), Joe Lala (percussion)
Standout songs: Around You, As Far As You Can See (As Much As You Can Feel), Blind Man, Time Will Make It Better
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Originally from Minnesota, Gypsy first found success as a band called The Underbeats in the 1960's, before changing their name and moving to California. They served an eight-month period as the house band of the Whiskey a Go Go, a nightclub in West Hollywood; soon after that stint was over, they began working on making records, with guitarist and vocalist Enrico Rosenbaum composing the majority of their work. Gypsy released one album per year from 1970-1973, but sadly, they never found much mainstream success; their best-known song is the single Gypsy Queen Part One and Two, from their self-titled debut album.

This week we'll take a look at In The Garden, their second album. I picked this one mainly because it's shorter than their debut (which has eleven tracks, as opposed to seven), and there are fewer long-form songs, which hopefully will make it more accessible to new listeners. There's a lot to recommend here if you've never listened to them before; the vocal harmonies of Rosenbaum, Walsh and Johnson are delightful to listen to, and Walsh is an excellent keyboardist, milking the Hammond organ he plays for all it's worth. Lordan is a great drummer, as well, and, combined with Weeks and the rest of the band, he lays down some sexy grooves.

I'd talk more about my thoughts on the album, but I want to see what the rest of you think of it first. I sincerely hope you'll enjoy Gypsy, and I very much appreciate you all participating in this thread. You have until Monday, August 12th to listen to and discuss this album; once that date rolls around, it'll be P Dot's turn. Happy listening!

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post Aug 5 2013, 07:52 AM
So, judging from the first time listening to it, it sounds nicely 'mixed', so to speak. Some of it reminded me of really early Yes (as in "Time and a Word" early, though kind of leaning towards "Fragile" at the same time) with a bit of Pink Floyd thrown in, but judging from the time period these albums have been released in, I'm guessing this was more of a general thing concerning Prog Rock.

Gonna give it another listen and look out for more insightful... insights.


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post Aug 6 2013, 08:28 AM
Going off of my first listen, wow - this is REALLY good.

I'll try and come up with a legit review after further listens.


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post Aug 10 2013, 02:50 PM
Just a quick heads-up to remind everyone that P Dot's turn is coming up soon, so if anyone wants to say anything about In The Garden, now would be the time. You don't have to have a spot in the queue to participate; everyone is welcome to share their thoughts on whatever album is being discussed that week.

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post Aug 11 2013, 02:42 AM
Let me say that In The Garden is an excellent fucking album.

I came into this not knowing what to expect and I was very pleasently surprised.

It's got a Jefferson Airplane vibe with smooth acoustic and electric guitar music and sweeping musical numbers and it's just altogether a wonderful thing to listen to.

Like P Dot said, you can definitely feel a strong similarity to Yes but it has an identity of its own at the same time.

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post Aug 11 2013, 03:18 PM
I won't have time to post tomorrow, so I'll go ahead and give P Dot the floor, so to speak. If there's anyone who came to the thread late or didn't have time to post about In The Garden, you're welcome to post about it during next week (or at any point in the future, provided you haven't already discussed it); this goes for any other albums you didn't post about, as well. I'll update the rules and queue when I can; until then, thanks for listening, and I hope this thread sees continued use in the future.


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post Aug 11 2013, 11:24 PM
Right from the 70's, we jump 40 years into the future to bring you...

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Justice - Audio, Video, Disco

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Year of release: 2011
Genre: Among others, Electronic Rock
Number of tracks: 10 (technically 11)
Personnel: Gaspard Michel Andre Augé, Xavier de Rosnay
Standout songs: Civilisation, On'n'On, New Lands and the titular Audio, Video, Disco
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In 2007, Electronica duo Justice released their debut album , also known as simply Cross for those who don't like to constantly copypaste, and was so lauded by the electronic scene that some people speculated that the name "Justice" was just another moniker for Daft Punk. Their unrefined sounding, but all more hypnotizing and catchier feeling beats became beloved by its fans, something they followed up with with the live album A Cross The Universe, released a year later.

Along comes 2011, and rather than sticking to what they had done with their last studio album, the duo instead decided to branch out to a more rocky sound while still staying true to their electronic roots. This obviously disappointed a lot of fans because of just how different Audio, Video, Disco proved to be, and while still encouraging them stepping out of their comfort zone, still declared this album the inferior one out of the two.

Now, given I discovered Justice way after that and having listened to both (as well as the live albums), I find that you listen to both albums for different reasons. Cross has a way harder tone than AVD, which, as said by Justice themselves, was "a progressive rock record, played by guys that don't know how to play", and it kind of shows. Whenever lyrics come into play, they feel more like they as intended as another part of the instrumentation than another layer altogether (i.e. what Jon Anderson of Yes fame considered his lyrics to be) or are just a couple of words being repeated over and over (see Ohio and Audio, Video, Disco), which still goes with some of the more hypnotic, some might say repetitive, bits of the disk. It's a big experiment, basically, but it's still one that's worth participating in (that, and I want to see what people who haven't listened to Cross think of it).

And while the focus is more on the rock aspect, there's still a fair bit of electronica to be found, like in the extra-large (as in, 17 minutes long) bonus track Planisphere, which, sadly, is not in the playlist, but I encourage you to find that one anyways.

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post Aug 14 2013, 03:28 PM
This is my first time listening to Justice, and I gotta say, I like it! I'll try to give a more detailed post about this album later, but for now I'll say that I really like the synth these guys use.


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post Aug 15 2013, 04:47 AM
I just listen to P Dot's album.

Holy shit this is some good synth.

It reminds me of equal parts Daft Punk, Kraftwerk, and Hotline Miami's soundtrack. The beats are so fresh they're technically from the future.

All in all, it is a good album.


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