Bolt thrower: Realm Of Chaos
Bruce Haack: Bite, Electric Lucifer
Experimental Audio Research: Beyond The Pale
Final: Singles & Comp Tracks
James Plotkin & Mick Harris: Collapse
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Elektronische Musik 1952-1960
Lull: ASR 7", Collected
Merzbow: Too Many To Mention
Mort Garson: Ataraxia The Unexplained
Nik Raicevic: Head
Quoit: Comp Tracks
Scorn: Evanscence, Ellipsis
Slug: The 3 Man Themes
Tangerine Dream: Coefficient of Aural Expansion, Live - Reims [12-13-74], Live! Improvised!, Soundmill Navigator [Live At The Philharmonic] 
The Third Eye Foundation: Semtex, Semtex 12", Ghost
John Wiese - Black Magic Pond
TLASILA - Horoscopo: Sanatorio de Moliere
The Flying Luttenbachers - Gods of Chaos
Revenge of the Flying Luttenbachers
The White Mice - Assphixxeatateshun
Black Market - Sabres High
Pharaoh Overlord - II
Drifting Collision - External Paranormal System
MAZK - In Real Time
Joy Division - Closer
Iggy Pop - Lust For Life
Yob - The Unreal Never Lived
Miles Davis - Munich Concert
High Rise - Disallow
the past couple of days
Konflict - Renegade Hardware
Lily Allen - Alright Still
Mitch Hedberg - Mitch All Together
Fudge Tunnel - The Complicated Futility Of Ignorance
PJ Harvey - PJ Harvey On Tour, Please Leave Quietly
I've just recieved the new Macabre dvd 'True Tales of Slaughter and Slaying' today from play.com... so thats what I'll be watching later this evening..
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Made Out Of Babies - Coward
John Wiese + Merzbow - Multiplication
Ohm Resistance/Offshore recs split CD
Both Norduk CDs
Anthony Braxton + Wolf Eyes - Black Vomit
Guilty Connector stuff
Idiomes (a hardcore punk compilation)
Massive Attack: best of
Philip Glass: monsters of grace
Clint Mansell + Kronos Quartet: requiem for a dream
Ennio Morricone: gold edition
Venetian Snares: rossz csillag alatt szueletett
Painkiller: 50th bday celebration vol.12
Dj Shadow: the outsider
'In my life so far, I have discovered that there are really only two kinds of people: those who are for you, and those who are against you. Learn to recognize them, for they are often and easily mistaken for each other.'
Brutal Truth - Extreme conditions demand....
V.A. - Mind the gap Vol. 3
Coil - The Snow EP
Pitch Shifter - Desensitized
Skin Limit Show - Wound freeze
Carl Orff - Orfeo
Joe Farell - Upon this rock
Anaal Nathrakh - Peel Sessions
Asian Dub Foundation - Tank
Nick Cave - Kicking against the pricks
Magma - 1001° Centigrades
Whitehouse - Right to kill (7")
Judging by this evening:
'Pop A Paris - Volume 5' CD...
Crass - 'Stations of the Crass' 2X LP...
Gore - 'Wrede (A Cruel Peace') 2 x LP...
Deathprod - 'Deathprod: Compilations / Remixes' 10"...
Pharoaah Sanders - 'Black Unity' LP...
Kreepa / Black Galaxy - 'Subdued' + 'Incy'...
The Marx Brothers - 'Whatever It Is, I'm Against It'...
_________________ Pharoah Sanders 'Black Unity' will sort you out...
I burned that compilation for him if I recall well, so let me see:
Yeah, I have no data here in the office save for the names of authors, so here:
Bronislau Kaper, Adolph Deutsch, Victor Young, David Buttolph, Dimitri Tiomkin, Miklosz RozsaFrederick Hollander, Frank Skinner, George Bassman, Roy Webb, Franz Waxman, Danielle Amfitheartof, Alfred Newman, David Raskin. It spans the time from 1942 to 1948 and the films are mosly rather obscure to me (with obvious exceptions of The Killers or Postman Always Rings Twice) but I have no doubt you'd know most of them.
Sure, please do. I'd email you first as it's my turn but it'll hapen only if work allows (a bit thick these days in the office, since I returned from one business trip only to leave for another on Sunday).
And, not to OT this thread any further, here's some tunes frm the last couple of days
Badawi: A little bit of this and that but Soldier of Midan is simply stunning. Or it just hits all the right buttons in my head. Simply entrancing, I could listen to this without end. The Ladyman album is also good, a little more on the dub side of things.
Speaking of dub, I just listened to Dub Trio and while some of it is so-so, some of it blew me away. Americans, it seems can do anything if they try very hard.
Some vintage punk this morning too, on my way to work: Anti Cimex, Shitlickers and Discard, followed by modern day acolytes such as Disclose and Krigshot. It's a little scary how consistent Discose are, staying totally lo-fi and true to their Dis-clone formula so many years down the line.... That Kawakami guy is either a genius or an idiot.
On the jazzy side of things, been listening to stuff like Revolutionary Orchestra (Jerome Cooper still one of my favourite drummers ever) but more to modern stuff like Ambitronix (slick and easy going) and Root 70 (surprisingly old-school/ lo fi sounding even though it's actually smart and deep) and Fat Kid Wednesdays whose take on Don Cherry is rather grandiose but not without charm I'd say.
Also, I've been revisiting Rotten Sound a lot these days because the new EP forced me to listen to older stuff as well... The drummer left apparently so I wonder what the next releases will sound like...
Also some time was spent listening to Wolf Eyes (Helloween box, Human Animal and especially Muzak), as well as Ed Gein...
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