Oldschool /mu/ Sharethread pt.2: Don Shula's Ballsack
Post albums that you like. Any at all. Talk about them a little bit and give some samples. A lot of my shares are gonna be the same as last time, but people seemed to like them so I'll dump again.
Reigning Sound - Home for Orphans
> Rockers operating out of Memphis, TN with a really great throwback sound and some beautiful lyricism from frontman Greg Cartwright. Check the samples, you'll get the idea.
The Deadly Ones - It's Monster Surfing Time!
> Spooky surf rock. I think I drunkenly described this last time as a Scooby-Doo episode transferred to audio, which I still think is pretty accurate. This is one of my higher recommended shares.
Oblivians - Soul Food
> Garage rock. Noisy, chaotic, dirty garage rock to the point where it can border on noise while still being super catchy. A lot of fun.
Fatso Jetson - Stinky Little Gods
> Surf/Desert Rock. One of my favorite records, but it has a polarizing response around here. Very primitive and hypnotizing drums and bass with bright surf guitars, and Mario Lalli's bizarre singing voice. Never found anything else that sounds like this.
Chixdiggit! - Safeways Here We Come
> Pop Punk. Sugary sweet pop punk hailing from Canada, with super infectious riffs and choruses and lyrics about hockey, haircuts, dogs, and girls not wearing pants.
Coachwhips - Bangers Versus Fuckers
> Migraine Rock. Extremely loud, stripped down 3-piece garage rock outfit that plays some of the most blood pumping music I've ever heard. Not a song over 3 minutes, with must under 2.
James Chance - Flaming Demonics
>post-punk, no wave, jazz, experimental
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs - Vasos vacíos (1993)
>Stellar compilation of this argentinian band's early years before they start to dive into a more jazzier territory, toptier ska.
>Ska, Latin Alternative, Dub
Have a Nice Life - Deathconsciousness
>post-punk, shoegaze, drone, ambient, post-industrial doomgaze, absolutely essential, depression music
posting this just so that people looking through the archive get the correct tracklisting since it's been getting so much attention.
Currently taking a shit, more albums to come momentarily.
Sumo - Llegando los monos (1986)
>Sumo's second album, their best imo, band fronted by italian Luca Prodan, who lived and studied in England for years and was influenced by bands like The Clash and Joy Division before traveling to Argentina and forming this band. Vocals in spanish and english.
Need Steve Roach - Mystic Chords and Sacred Spaces. These are artists I have albums or EPs from in return
Best album of all time for me, no competition what so ever.
Armchair Martian - Monsters Always Scream
> Punk/Alt-Country. Marries the melody of pop-punk with the lyrics and instrumental influences of alt-country. If Weezer's blue album got shithoused on bottom-shelf whiskey, it would sound like this record.
>Nicole Conte - Jet Sounds
>The Kaminsky Exerience - Snapshot
>Martinho Da Villa - Martinho Da Villa
>Rene Aubry - Pliasirs d'amour
>Susheela Raman - Salt Rain
>De Lata - Songs From The Tin
>Mulatu Astatke - New York Addis
>Antonio Carlos Jobim -The Astrud Gilberto Album
>Ocote Soul Sounds - Taurus
I posted a recommendation thread
Can someone please give me recommendations
>if you have not listened to these albums, you should go for it
Slagsmålsklubben - Boss For Leader (2007)
>electronic, glitch, video game-ey, synthpop
>download link https://mega.co.nz/#!3lNSHDjD!XEQDpXsrMaA7obKOvFN9dku3tepdldegVkEMJP3X5gw
That album cover is fucking boss.
Drag the River - Closed
> Alt-Country. Drag the River is what happens when ex-punk rockers (Armchair Martian, All/Descendents) pick up acoustic guitars. Plenty of boozers and bruisers, but the whole album is pretty light and playful. Really great.
hey i'm likin this, thanks for the share tripfriend
The recording sessions for Dylans 'Oh Mercy' were amazing, but for whatever reason he left lots of the best stuff off the album, and put in some shit stuff instead.
This is a how it should have been.
I don't even know. For simplicities sake it's easier to just say "Punk", like you would with a band like Lagwagon. They're not quite pop punk, but not totally alt-country either.
Yeah, I know. I just posted them for the benefit of any peeps that might not have been in the last thread. I'm working on packaging and uploading some other faves, I'll be back with more.
Unheilig - Alles hat seine Zeit
>Darkwave / Industrial
The Country Teasers - Satan is Real Again or Feeling Good About Bad Thoughts
>garage punk, noise country?
I hope someone dares to try this.
Its one of the slower ones, however on their band camp you can find other albums they have made, so if you'd care enough you could pick one from there. Tumors is a good one as well.
this album fuses vaporwave and nightcore with j-pop and anime opening music, it was a concept album to produce an album entirely sampling 90s tv music american and japanese. i dont get too many comments on this release so ide be happy to hear some critiques or criticisms
Savath y Savalas - The Predicate (Dub Version)
>glitchy as fuck wall-of-sound ambient meets world music and folk, very highly recommended
? - When Plants Turn Into Stones (2014)
>One of the best post-rock records of this year. Very mellow, like GY!BE if they focused more on the gentle passages.
I actually saw this band play live opening for Earth, and they were almost as good as them.
(by the way, the band name is a circle, not the letter O)
Another anon shared the Mario Kart 64 soundtrack a few days ago, so I thought I'd follow that up with this!
Kenta Nagata & Shinobu Tanaka - Mario Kart: Double Dash!! - Original Soundtrack (2003) [320 kbps]
>It's Mario Kart music
i fucking well hope not. at this point, sharethreads are the only thing that keeps me visiting /mu/, and nearly the only thing that keeps me visiting 4chan.
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Push The Sky Away (2013)
>Art Rock, post-punk, you already know it's Nick Cave