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Old 9th September 2008
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Chicago Transit Authority
Fiona Apple - When The Pawn - Rich Costey

thumbsup big one for fiona

also Wilco's Sky Blue Sky. Its got some amazing tones
Old 10th September 2008
  #92
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#2. Wallflowers..."Bringing Down The Horse".... Can anyone say they haven't tried to get the Tom Lord Alge "One Headlight" snare sound?

That song is one of the most pleasing (sonically speaking) songs I've ever heard. I love everything about it.
Old 15th September 2008
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5 of my Faves

Los Lobos... "Kiko"... Tchad Blake
The Beatles..."Abbey Road"...Geoff Emerick and Alan Parsons
Al Stewart..."Year of the Cat"...Alan Parsons
Jellyfish..."Bellybutton"...Alby Galuten and JJP
Emmylou Harris..."Wrecking Ball"...Daniel Lanois and Mark Howard
Old 15th September 2008
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The first 2 Dave Mathews Albums
Tool Aneima, Laterallus and 10,000 Days in particular
Massive Attack Mezzanine
Crystal Method everything, Kinda smashed but A LOT going on
ACDC BIB
Tori Amos Little Earthquakes
Just about anything Andy Wallace
Army of Anyone mixed by Ken Adrews
Marylin Manson Mechanical Animal
The second and third Filter Albums both mixed by Ben Grosse
King's X Dogman was definitely a holy shit moment
gonna stop now 'cause I can keep going.....
Old 16th September 2008
  #95
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Hello everbody !

From the side of a 25 years old french guy (me ) :

TOOL - Lateralus/Aenima/10000 days -
PLACEBO - Sleeping with ghosts -
QUEEN OF THE STONE AGE - Lullabies to paralyse -
THE BAD PLUS - Suspicious activity? -
16HORSEPOWER - Folklore -
ALAIN BASHUNG - L'imprudence - (If you don't know it you really have to listen this album !)
THE BLACK KEYS - Attack and release -
AMON TOBIN - Out from out where -

...

Ciao.
Old 19th September 2008
  #96
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Probably seems random;

Refused: The Shape of Punk To Come (Pelle Henricsson & Eskil Lövström)
Paul Simon: You're the One
Tom Petty: Damn the Torpedoes (Shelly Yakus?)
Aretha Franklin: Aretha Now (Tom Dowd)
Flaming Lips: Soft Bulletin Dave Fridmann

I feel so dated to the late nineties when I started recording...

Jon
Old 20th September 2008
  #97
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Lyle Lovett — Joshua Judges Ruth
Toto IV
Toy Matinee
Seal I
Jonatha Brooke — Steady Pull
Chick Corea — Akoustic Band
Old 21st September 2008
  #98
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and the nominees are...

for my top albums(at this point in time) that lit a fire under my @$$:
(in no particular disorder)

1. Globe Sessions/Sheryll Crow: Tchad Blake and Andy Wallace. two birds with one stone

2. OK Computer by Radiohead:. I like all their stuff but i'm really into this one at the moment.

3.Karen Carpenter by Karen Carpenter: i find some stuff dated but heaps more stuff timeless. Phil Ramone rules

4.Shake Your Money Maker by the Black Crowes. Nostalgia for my testosterone years or not this album rocks my socks. Brendan O'Brian co-rules

5.Raising Sand by Robert Plant and Allison Krauss. I don't know about yous but it screams punk to me.

6.Superunkown by Soundgarden: Love the colors. dark ones, mostly.

7.The Eraser by Thom Yorke: computer/noise ecstasy. Nigel Godrich's awesome soundscapes make my heart palpitate
Old 21st September 2008
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I would say that I was most influenced by stuff I heard when I was between 7 and 12 years old:

1. The Beach Boys - Good vibrations, I can hear music, etc. I was very impressed by the fullness and coherence of the sound - as well as the great arrangements.

2. Elvis - a song I don't remember and have been looking for for years, it has a clavinet bass riff at the beginning, I was floored by the sound when I heard it when I was about 7. Anyway, whatever you think about Elvis, there are some great arrangements and interesting sounds.

3. The Beatles - Revolver (the LP, there were no CDs back then, and I am not very fond of the mastering of the CDs). This album is so coherent, both musically and sound-wise.

4. The Band - The Band

5. Newer stuff includes Radiohead (too loud, but in a rather good way), Lizz Wright - Dreaming wide awake, The Roots, Buena Vista... well, it's time to stop.
Old 31st October 2008
  #100
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5 Records that changed my life- MIXWISE-ARRANGEMENTWISE-SONICWISE-SONGWISE

1. "BLACK SEA" by XTC (Producer- Steve Lillywhite, Engineer- Hugh Padgham)
some of the most KILLING drum and guitar sounds ever in my opinion

2. "SO" by Peter Gabriel (Lanois, Gabriel)
Peter's use of the CMI becomes an art form, cast of characters like Manu Katche, Nile Rogers, etc.etc.

3. "Low" by David Bowie (Bowie, and Tony Visconti)
BY FAR the most UNDERRATED bowie record (and my fave) Eno SHINES- and the songs are quirky and weird- but oh so charming.

4."The Unforgettable Fire" by U2 (ENO/LANOIS, with Engineering by Kevin Killen)
Needs no qualification- it's greatness is self-evident

5. "Elliott Smith" by Elliott Smith (Elliot Smith, Tony Lash)
When I first got this record, I listened to it every day for a year straight. The vibe is INFECTIOUS and the production is so HONEST, and MINIMAL that songs just shine.


There are many more that have shaped my outlook, but these five top the list.
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