Mark Scheppe bailed us out of a real bad spot. Charlene Kaye was and is forever our Den Mother. Lauren and Luis at Twenty Sided Store gave us our first community. I can't sleep I can't breathe I don't dream Heathen sinners walking past Give me change and love my dog City streets vile and depraved Why does no one listen?
I'm here for a higher purpose Screaming into deafened ears All the voices that I hear I can speak to God I'm waiting for his touch Quiver in your apathy You swine You'll see. Trespass Watch where you walk my friend Each blade of grass Is sculpted inch-perfect Inside an urban garden patch Perimeter patrolled by dogs and toy police Watch where you walk The concrete looks so clean Our streets could tell a story Brick by brick they tore them away Our streets could tell a story A chromium edifice Front plexi-glass Million dollar architects Gleaming towers of septic mess Manufactured futures Destroying history A towering edifice Corporate and serene Our streets could tell a story Brick by brick they tore them away Our streets could tell a story Monochrome cubist cemetery Billboards flashing L.
Monochrome sunset suffocation Branding hoards asphyxiation What happened to all the dead leaves on the ground? What happened to all the bricks Crumbling and brown? What happened to all the dead leaves on the ground? What happened to teenage hearts Old bark Carved and proud? Life is? We consume and breed and die. Tags alternative punk goth post-punk Bradford. Alhambra Theatre. Club B Gleis Liam Easley. Levi Chick.
Kalen Baker. Matthew Altieri. Andy Lutz. Jo-Lynn Heusser. Reuben Consumer. Hugo L Casanova. Just enthusiasm! There are approximately 50 records within this category. The third class is still larger in size, with more than records.
Their overall quality is not quite equal to the those discussed above, but they are still superb. They are still being acknowledged because all of them have some outstanding sonic attributes which should be recognized. In short, readers shouldn't overlook these very special LP's.
This category, by its nature, will be the most inclusive and the largest in number of the four. All the records, with the exception of The Honorable Mentions, will receive descriptions of their sonics and sometimes the music. I may even include some comparisons when relevant. I no longer mention the LP's approximate selling price, since this will change much too frequently for me to be even "ballpark" accurate.
The entire list, not including The Honorable Mentions, will eventually total somewhere around records. Box sets albums will only count as one LP , no matter how many records are in it. I strongly feel that it is always useful, and informative, to have "References" and "Standards".
It is an ideal and target for all the others to aim for, and it also provides the readers with the important knowledge and understanding of where the reviewer actually stands, and what his or her ultimate values really are. Accordingly, I have revealed my choices for those records that I believe are "the very best of their kind" Orchestral, chamber, jazz etc. This has been done in the form of an "Award", which is just a very minor recognition and appreciation of achievements that, I feel, are uniquely special.
The awards can be found within the respective files with the detailed descriptions. The links are at the very bottom of this page. This is the entire list of The Supreme Recordings, but without the descriptions. The records have been placed in their respective "Classes". These can never be "final", so these classifications may be changed sometime in the future. The order of the records listed below is irrelevant. It is based strictly on titles, musical genres and record labels. These LPs either "just miss" making the List of Supreme LP Recordings or, at the very least, they are very impressive in certain sonic parameters.
In fact, it is still very possible that a few of these records will end up in The Basic List. They are here because their special sonic attribute s should be recognized. They are still excellent sounding records, but they each have one or more sonic deficiencies that are "too noticeable" to qualify.
This Class includes more records than the others because the standards for entry are not quite as difficult to achieve. The Italian pressing is a touch better than the A merican. Interesting music. The Huffington Post. AOL Music. Archived from the original on August 9, Retrieved February 2, Alternative Press. Archived from the original on October 9, Retrieved October 9, Rolling Stone. Retrieved May 16, Consequence of Sound.
Retrieved June 22, Retrieved February 9, Retrieved August 7, Archived from the original on July 1, Retrieved July 8, Archived from the original on June 26, February 4, We Are Chaos liner notes. Retrieved April 30, Retrieved February 14, Generosity is the aegis against greed, empathy is the armor to deflect apathy, love is the club to abate hate The fog is lifting and humans are opening their eyes.
And so Castle Face offers this field recording, the Osees Protean Threat, from the pits as a quick booster between protein pills and recycled sweat beverage anthems to assist the listener to not worship at the altar of violence and greed, to not offer oneself up for free, to stand up and be vigilant! Truth will not be found in the speeches and photo ops of the overlords- stand strong and together under the gaze of the oppressors.
Stand vigilant, united with those who don't have the same privileges. Demand respect and a peaceful life for all. This recording is at the apogee of scuzz-punk anthem amulets for the ears and heart, a battery for one's core.
Be strong. Be human. Be love. When creating this new music, patience was a virtue for Semisonic frontman and Grammy-winning songwriter and producer Dan Wilson. Throughout the years, Wilson would try to write new Semisonic songs that stayed true to their classic sound. Cults were deep into the process of recording their fourth full-length LP when singer Madeline Follin let a secret slip.
At the time, it seemed inconsequential, just a passing comment amongst friends, but in the end, it would prove to be a monumental revelation, one that would change the acclaimed New York duo forever.Record/Vinyl + Digital Album Includes an immediate download of the album. Features a full color Dungeon Delving jacket designed by band favorite Aaron Nestor, from Death to All False Metal. Includes unlimited streaming of Deities via the free Bandcamp app, .