Interesting that Veckatimest grabbed you right away, as that album was the definition of a grower for me.
Same. The first time I heard Veckatimest I thought it was too cloying to listen to again. That album was the ultimate grower, and those are always the good ones. I'm finding that about Centipede Hz as well.
Exactly. From cloying to Centipede Hz. When I heard Veckatimest for the first time I was legitimately pissed off. Ask Nadine. I wanted another 'Lullabye'. I still favor Yellow House, but Veckatimest definitely ain't no slouch.
Post by Frasier Burrito on Sept 1, 2012 15:50:08 GMT -8
Bold statement from a bold man, Mr. Gramma. I'm going to have to smoke me a bowl and take this into consideration. Somebody else said this already, but I have been left longing for more (songs) each time I listen to America.
Post by Horned Gramma on Sept 3, 2012 15:21:28 GMT -8
Julian Lynch - Orange You Glad Julian Lynch - Terra The Magnetic Fields - Holiday The Magnetic Fields - Realism The Good, The Bad and The Queen - S/T Volcano Choir - Unmap Brian Eno - Discreet Music Brian Eno - Ambien 1/Music for Airports Nightnoise - At the End of the Evening George Winston - Forest Zammuto - S/T Frank Zappa - Apostrophe (') Frank Zappa - Hot Rats Caribou - Andorra XTC - Skylarking U2 - Rattle & Hum Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest The Gothic Archies - The Tragic Treasury Grizzly Bear - Yellow House Hem - Rabbit Songs Icy Demons - Fight Back! The Magnetic Fields - I Midlake - The Trials of Van Occupanther Moxy Fruvous - b Nicolas Jaar - Space is Only Noise Pepper Rabbit - Red Velvet Snowball Phish - Live at the Gorge 8/5/11 They Might Be Giants - At Large: Live 2011
I should've known, I'm sure a lot of you saw my post about they still tour in a minivan and don't even have a crew and still do everything themselves. Any band at that level that thinks they're DIY these days don't even know what DIY is.