None up so I figure I'd start one.
All the links in the archive seemed dead so I thought I'd re-up this one.
Natural Snow Buildings - Waves of the Random Sea (2011) [v0]
>drone, favourite NSB release, effeminate vocals
Another one that seemed dead
Natural Snow Buildings - The Night Country (2014) [v0]
John Fahey - The Yellow Princess (1968) 
Current 93 - Tamlin (1994) 
Is anyone awake?
Wim Mertens & Glenn Branca - The Belly of an Architect (1987) 
>film score, modern classical
Jason Aldean - Old Boots, New Dirt
>post-country, /mu/core, you already know how great it is
zippyshare, zippy, mediafire, 320 CBR, download
Trust - TRST
>Synthpop, Darkwave, Coldwave
PREVIOUS THREAD >>61993866
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Futurista (1986) [vbr]
>technopop, synthpop, plunderphonics
>a redundant concept album: Futurism from the Italian movement's perception with a Japanese spin, as Sakamoto being Japan's leading edge pop artist of the time, a profile much overlooked than the piano/chamber composer he takes himself seriously to be today in the style of "1996"
s/o to the guy who requested this in last thread
Street Gnar - Kenwicked
>burger records, dreamy, kinda surfy
Tommy Makem & Liam Clancy - The Makem & Clancy Concert (1982) [v0]
>live, traditional irish folk, some scottish stuff too
The Termites - Do the Rocksteady (1967) [v2]
The Ex - Catch My Shoe (2013) 
>Post punk, noise rock
The Ex - At Bimhuis (1991 - 2015) (2015) [V0]
>Post punk, noise rock, free improvisation, Ethiopian jazz
Sample: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPrUzliaFDc (not from the album but a song from one of the concerts represented on the album)
Psychic TV - Allegory and Self (1988) 
>don't really know, rock/pop, Genesis P-Orridge of Throbbing Gristle
>entire /mu/core catalog in one place for easy bulk download. Everything in pic related
All I ask for in return is if anyone has a version of Lift your Skinny Fists with every seperate part as a seperate song file. Like how its in this tracklisting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lift_Your_Skinny_Fists_Like_Antennas_to_Heaven
Philip Glass - Mishima (1985) 
>film score, minimalism
Sure, hope it's what you're looking for.
Moondog - Moondog and His Friends (1953) 
>third stream, the blind viking, avant-folk
John Fahey - The Transfiguration of Blind Joe Death (1965) 
>american primitivism, essential
heres a pretty picture in return
Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash and His Hot and Blue Guitar (1957) 
>country, debut album
I'm sorry I can't really think of anything that satisfies that description. Joxan Goikoetxea's stuff is kind of weird the first few times, I guess. Traditional basque folk. I don't really think it's what you're looking for though.
Locust Toybox - Mangled Tape Memories
>Aphex Twin/BoC inspired electronic music
Coil - Astral Disaster (1999) [FLAC]
Coil - ...And the Ambulance Died in His Arms
>ambient/dark ambient, electronic, experimental
>live, one of their best performances
also fuck it, I'm feeling drunk and generous. Sharing...
Paul Williams - Phantom of the Paradise OST (1974)
>rock, musical, soundtrack from a god-tier movie about the music industry, watch this if you get the chance
Coil - Moon's Milk (In Four Phases)
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence (1983) 
>film score, electronic, David Bowie and Sakamoto acted in this
Beat Happening - You Turn Me On (1992)
>twee pop, lo-fi, indie rock
>tfw its 1am and you just ran out of wine
Young Marble Giants - Colossal Youth (1980)
>indie, lo-fi, minimalist, two guitars and a drum machine with soft female vocals, kurt cobain core
Elis Regina - Vento De Maio (May Wind) (1978)
>modern brazilian pop, vocals, baroque, some bossa nova influence
Crass - The Feeding of the 5000 (1978)
>anarcho-punk, origins of crust and political punk, UK punk, military drumming with lo-fi guitar and so many lyrics
Estelle - Shine (2008)
>UK pop, r&b, rap, lesbian space rock square mom core
Conflict - Increase the Pressure (1984)
>anarcho punk, fast, political, UK, crass records
Carly Rae Jepsen - Emotion (2015)
>pop, better than the single, well recieved, my aoty
currently debating whether to buy a ticket to her show in february :\
Blatz - Shit Split (1991)
>bay area punk, male/female vocals, think like the punk rock version of The B-52's, but more socially conscious
Air - Virgin Suicides (Deluxe Edition 320k) (2000/2015)
>downtempo, soundtrack, french romantic, makeout-core, deluxe edition with live and bonus tracks
Mr. Oizo - Analog Worms Attack (1998)
>french house, dj scratching, more hip-hop than his other stuff, all analog and very lo-fi and noisy
its on the archive, no?
Television Personalities - ...And Don't the Kids Just Love it (1980)
>post punk, pre-twee pop, bri-ish sad boy core
Cassius - Rawkers EP (2010)
>french house, what more can I say, its Ed Banger
Radiohead - 01 and 10
>what happens if you take OK Computer and In Rainbows and alternate the tracks with a 10 second crossfade in-between, it creates a double album that flows into itself. Confirmed by Yorke himself, it's a stroke of genius (in my opinion) and what got me into Radiohead
that's all for tonight folks
follow me on last.fm/user/fh-fh
My mistake, he hasn't confirmed it directly, but someone associated with Thom confirmed that there were clues that lead to it, and this is the standing theory.
Either way, I still think it's a great idea, and it's honestly the only way I can listen to those two albums.
chocolatre - Toi Toi Toi (2012)
>japanese jazz pop, that one comfy band you can't describe well through words instead of listening it
Taeko Onuki (大貫妙子) - Mignonne 
Edgar Meyer, Béla Fleck, Mike Marshall - Uncommon Ritual 
>banjo, double bass, guitar, bluegrass, country
Mrigya - World Harmony 
>fusion, folk, rock, violin, tabla, Hindustani classical, Carnatic classical
Mrigya are a fusion band that mix rock with Indian classical music and other forms of traditional Indian music, like Qawwali.
Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto - Insen 
>minimalism, drone, ambient
Ampere - Like Shadows 
>hardcore, emoviolence, skramz, screamo, essential
Deranged Youth - Come to a Fucking Show 
>tech grind, skate punk, a Rick Springfield cover
>only released in physical form at their shows, prior to this post.
Will try to up stuff that isn't in the archive, might post more later.
Supersilent - 4 (1998) [v0]
Supersilent - 8 (2007) [v0]
>EAI, experimental, avant-garde jazz, Scaruffi-core
also this >>62031694
Maximo Park did an interesting cover of 'Final Day'
Does anybody have the "21" boxset by Blur? Been trying to get my hands on the Japanese version for ages (nearly a whole album's-worth of tracks not on the standard version) but no dice.
Pavement - Shady Lane EP
>indie rock, collection of b-sides from the release of Brighten The Corners
zippy, 320 CBR, mediafire, download
Pavement - Major Leagues EP
>indie rock, final pavement release
zippy, 320 CBR, mediafire, download
Too Many Zooz - Brasshouse Vol 1: Survival of the Flyest
>"Acoustic electro", played with all saxes and trumpets and jaw harps and miscellaneous street performer stuff, idk
Annalogue: AAD (1996)
>early post rock, ambient, experimental, indie rock elements on some songs.
this group really got passed over. there were only a handful of groups doing this kind of music then. Tortoise had a few records, Mogwai was around the same time, these guys just got forgotten. nothing on youtube, even.
the album opens with Hoover Dam Theme, and the next 3 tracks are musical takes on different views of it (from under the water, from space, close up) really interesting ideas and instrumentation. I think there's a glockenspiel?
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request: still looking for
REM Chronic Town
(not the fan-compiled-demo thing from a few threads ago.)
also discovered that my copy of
Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai [Japanese Version]
is fucked up. not the US one with all rap songs, this is the Jap one with all the instrumental scoring from the movie and a few raps. anyone got a good copy?
kick ass! more like this?
i believe it was posted upthread
very interesting. thanks.
Screamin' Jay Hawkins sample detected. intriguing. will give it a try.
great shares, guy!
Mary Beats Jane - s/t
>neo-thrash, Pantera-like, Peter Dolving on vocals
This one is a two-parter:
Various Artists - YELLOW MAGIC Kayokyoku [FLAC]
>j-pop, kayopop/technopop, enka
>3 discs of superbly arranged pop music songs written/produced/recorded with individual members of YMO
>gives you another perspective of pop music for those who lull over seeing the genre "j-pop" or "synthpop" in comparison to contemporaries today
Best way to listen to this is in shuffle until you're sick and tired of it.
B.o.B. - Flatline
>memerap, rap SOTY, diss track
Dedicated Nudist Colony - Ian Valentine (wav / 320mp3)
>experimental electronic, glitch hop, sampling
Mkwaju Ensemble - Ki Motion (1981)
>Post-Minimalism, African percussions. With Midori Takada and Yoji Sadanari.
If you like Steve Reich, Richard Pinhas or Pascal Comelade (each tracks is very different) you'll love that!
Mkwaju Ensemble - Mkwaju (1981)
>Post-Minimalism, African percussions.
>"This group of Japanese percussionists, led by Midori Takada and Yoji Sadanari, only released two albums, both in 1981. They're joined on their first release by Joe Hisaishi (more from him coming soon), who's credited as keyboardist and producer, as well as Hideki Matsutake (of Logic System, though he's often referred to as the "fourth member" of YMO) as computer programmer. With such forward-thinking musicians, Mkwaju (the Swahili word for tamarind) takes you for quite a ride. African rhythms and instrumentation combine with synth sounds in a repetitive but ever-evolving flurry stopping just short of cacophony."
I love this genre enough that I'll help you friend
Lamp - 恋人へ (2004)
>Indie Pop, Jazzy, Japanese
高田みどり - Midori Takada - Through The Looking Glass (1981)
>Ambient, Post Minimalism
>"Only solo release of Midori Takada, member of the free-jazz trio Ton-Klami. Comprised of percussion (mostly marimba, from the sounds of it, as well as what sounds like traditional Japanese drums), wind instruments (probably shakuhachi), and field recordings (mostly birds). Dreamlike ("Mr. Henri Rousseau's Dream") and fiery ("Crossing"), but always precise and beautiful (and with an album cover that looks like a leaked painting from Rousseau's secret hallucinogen phase, no less)."
really digging this
getting this trying to get into psychic tv
got this because it's pretty alright but that artwork is godly
recoomending this, my personal favourite coil album
haven't heard this in years, thank you
lamp kicks fucking ass
Does anyone have the 2011 reissue of Not Available by The Residents that has the extended tracks? Can't find it anywhere.
tirestires - shadowdog
no prob yo. Here's another by them. This one and that EP are their only decent stuff though. They were a Minor Threat ripoff band for like 3 EPs and a full length before they suddenly became interesting.
Deranged Youth - Bruised 
>technical skatepunk, hints of black metal, 8 string guitars
Morbo y Mambo - s/t
>candombe (kind of a south american afrobeat), dub, stoner rock, psychedelic-ish
Not anymore, sorry. I had their first EP but it was basically unlistenable so I deleted it. The songs pretty much blew uniformly. Allegedly it was recorded on a ghettoblaster set in the middle of their crusty basement or whatever but sounded way worse than that.
re up'd in higher quality and better tagging
Jason Aldean - Old Boots, New Dirt
>post-country, musique concrete, /mu/core
The Dreams - Morbido (2011)
>French post-punk, tropicold", ie Tropical Cold Wave, kinda mix of Reggae/Cold Wave/Synth Pop
streaming here thedreams.bandcamp.com/album/morbido (if you prefer to give them some pesetas)
So I don't have anything to contribute unfotunately, but can I still request Moody Good - s/t if anyone has it? I can't find it in the archive.
La Antropofónica - (2010)
>great Brazilian afrobeat, fusion. 2 Fela Kuti covers. Underrated af (no mention of RYM, Discgogs?! WTF)
La Antropofónica - El Niño Olmeca (2012)
>great Brazilian afrobeat, fusion.
Their last album "A" is even better BTW: https://youtu.be/OBgedurne68
Jean Ritchie & Doc Watson - At Folk City (1963) 
The Cracow Klezmer Band - Balan: Book of Angels vol. 5 (2006) 
>klezmer, part of John Zorn's Book of Angels series
what the fuck did I just listen to, i know this is a meme but that's not what i heard
and no i don't mean that i hated it and that you meme kids should reply with copypastas, this is legit a wtf moment and not the album
The Corries - Live at the Royal Lyceum Theatre (1971) 
>traditional scottish folk, live
You should check out the rest of the series or some of John Zorn's other stuff.
Well, I knew it wasn't Bowie but I had no idea who he was either. I checked out some of his other stuff though and wasn't really big on any of it.
I've got two other Cracow Klezmer albums, although I haven't listened to one of them, but that's about it.
Ithaqua & BOG - Ithaqua-BOG [Split, 2016]
>requesting sort sol & sods (Denmark based post punk) discography
Best sharethread in a while. Grabbed a lot from this, so thanks everyone.
I'm back to offer my services again. Taking any requests from my personal library, as long as it is not already in the archive.
The Polyphonic Spree - Together We're Heavy (2004)
Skalpel - Konfusion (2005)
Moses Sumney - Mid-City Island EP (2014)
Miles Davis - In a Silent Way (1969)
Todd Edwards - Prima Edizione (1999)
Oingo Boingo - Oingo Boingo EP (1980) & Only a Lad (1981)
King Creosote & Jon Hopkins - Diamond Mine (2011)
Mouse on Mars - Cache cœur naïf EP (1997) & Vulvaland (1994)
The Beatles - White Album (1968)
The Cracow Klezmer Band - Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass (2005) [320}
I'll up the other one in a few.
I'll up In a Silent Way if 320's good.
320 would be excellent!
Anything of mine you wanted? Got a selection of good things on sale, stranger.
No, that's all right. It's nice to see someone organizes their library properly though. My only gripe is that you don't use , The but that's just personal preference. Anyway, In a Silent Way will be up in a few.
Stan Getz & João Gilberto - Getz / Gilberto (1964)
>bossa nova, impossible to have a bad day if you listen to this
The Cracow Klezmer Band - De Profundis (2000) [FLAC]
Miles Davis - In a Silent Way (1969) 
Atoms For Peace - Amok (2013) [FLAC]
>alternative rock, experimental
No problem. Sorry I couldn't help you.
I appreciate the compliment. One of these days I'll get around to doing that. Thanks again!
I saw the link I think you are referring to but it's down. The Jubilee Edition, yeah?
When you try downloading anything from the Jubilee Edition, you'll see you get a copyright page. If you notice, none of the tracks have been downloaded. I did find the standard edition linked that worked, though! No idea how I skimmed over that before. Thanks, man.
Here it is:
The Residents - Not Available (1978, 2011 reissue) 
>experimental, progressive rock
entirely for you~
The Polyphonic Spree - Together We're Heavy (2004)
>20 piece band, psychadelic symphonic pop, super bright & happy earnest tunes
Stop pushing this meme on me.
Eventually I'm going to cave and listen to the full album even though it's likely generic modern country.
Oren Ambarchi - Quixotism
>Ambient, drone, microsound
I like this.
Grabbed these, thanks anons.
Whose other stuff did you check? Bowie or Sylvian? Sylvian was in the band Japan, and their album Gentlemen Take Polaroids is pretty good.
i'm not that guy but here you go
The White Stripes - The White Strips (1999) (192kbps)
Just sharing some of the more obscure stuff from David Bowie’s top 25 favourite albums (http://scallemang.ca/bowie25albums/)
If you’re looking for these:
>The Last Poets- The Last Poets
>Steve Reich- Music for 18 Musicians
>The Velvet Underground- The Velvet Underground & Nico
>Glenn Branca- The Ascension
>Syd Barrett- The Madcap Laughs
they’re really easily found. You could probably find them in the archive; if not, rutracker, what cd, torrent it or soulseek. If you own anything except these please do post them! Meanwhile here are:
The Fugs - The Fugs (Second Album) (1966)
Daevid Allen - Banana Moon
password for rar extraction: delicias-psicodelicas
*please bear in mind that the track “codein coda” is merged with the previous track “white neck booze”. it isn’t missing.
That’s all folks, if anyone manages to find THE RED FLOWER OF TACHAI BLOSSOMS EVERYWHERE: MUSIC PLAYED ON NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS by VARIOUS ARTISTS i’d be really grateful if you share it. its mandarin name is 大寨红花遍地开 and that’s all i’ve been able to find out.
Beck - Sea Change (2002)
>alternative rock, sadcore
Promised this to someone in the previous thread. If you are reading this, I didn't forget you. Well, I did, but not for very long!
Note that their first album is 'disowned' by the band since it sounds different from their other works. Personally I think it has a few good tracks on it but I'd only say to listen to it after hearing the other stuff.
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O - Myth of the Love Electrique (2006) 
I'll keep that in mind.
Chairlift - Something (2012)
>indie pop, synthpop
I thought I would share this for anyone who's a fan of new wave and punk rock. There's hundreds of releases from bands from Yugoslavia back in the 80s. Some of my favourites on there are Otroci Socializma, Idoli, Šarlo Akrobata, Grupa 92, Elektrićni Orgazam and Berlinski Zid. Be prepared for funky basslines.
Hirasawa Susumu - Water in Time and Space (1989)
>electronic, experimental, avant-garde
Requesting Shinsei Kamatte-chan - Tsumanne if anyone would be so kind.
that's called "minimal", not "minimalist"
it's ok sempai
nice share, but why did you request something so easily found?
Shinsei Kammattechan - Tsumanne
>soft jap rock, using the elements of jap to create a softer, toned-down sound.
>"hey, this is actually pretty good"-core
nah, don't worry about it dude.
just in case you've never used the archive, go to https://archive.rebeccablacktech.com/mu/
type in something like "tsumanne .nz|zippyshare|mediafire"
the "|" means that anything with "tsumanne" AND (.nz OR zippyshare OR mediafire) will show up.
also, with japanese stuff, try searching the kanji/katakana as well.
SHARE (stolen from the archive)
Kenichi Fumoto - 美化 [Bika]
>Contemporary Folk, Lo-Fi Indie
>pretty sad, some good electronic elements
this is one of my favorites, most people here are familiar but if you aren't then check out that sample even if you don't usually dig indie folk
Swimm - Beverly Hills EP (2015)
>buddy bought the CD at a show and I ripped it-core
REQUESTING: in 320 / V0 / Flac / m4a
Tim Buckley - Peel Sessions
Unsane - Total Destruction
Minutemen - What Makes a Man Start Fires?
Dicks/Big Boys - Live at Raul's Club
Oh wow, I forgot this album existed. Thanks man.
No problem. Check out Wave by Antonio Carlos Jobim (1967). Another feelgood, bossa nova classic.
Possibly my favorite indie pop LP ever.
I respectfully disagree. Those singles were absolutely dreadful, especially "Ch-Ching" and "Romeo". If you ask me, it's very obvious that they sold out on this one. I would have never expected it to be as good as 'Something' but, man, was I disappointed.
>American Primitive Guitar is a music genre which was first originated by John Fahey in the late 1950s/early 1960s. Although increasingly confused in recent years, American Primitive Guitar is distinct and different from American Primitivism, which refers to certain painting and sculptural art forms which arose in the 1890s.
Al Green - Call Me (1973)
>soul, great entry point for the genre
Exuma - Reincarnation (1972) 
>world music, caribbean, freak-folk, hard as fuck to find
I agree that Romeo and Ch-Ching are trash, but I honestly mostly enjoyed the rest of the album, save for the cringeworthy "he's just that kind of man, mama" bit on Moth to the Flame and some other stuff I'm probably forgetting too. Definitely agree that it doesn't match up to Something at all, but it's a pretty catchy distraction.
Exuma - Do Wah Nanny (1971) 
>world music, caribbean, freak-folk, hard as fuck to find
Dominic Behan - The Irish Rover (1961) 
>Irish folk, fella who wrote The Patriot Game and possibly Come Out Ye Black and Tans, playwright too
Thanks for these.
the third one on here, Radio Pyongyang
Wangjaesan Light Music Band - Gymnastics Music 1 (???) [V2] North Korean propaganda pop Apparently this is Gymnastics Music 1 but because I am having such a hard time finding out reliable information about this band, I'm not sure what album this is, but it is a release by the supreme musical wonders of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea the Wangjaesan Light Music Band, the music sounds sort of like what I would imagine would be the soundtrack to the North Korean Power Rangers or what ever superheroes they might have (besides the government) https://mega.co.nz/#!g8oHwS7I!dDlWf0Q5baUpPEoJOvYreWZg8utmoF8-WfxWvRsKNC4
Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble - Korean Folk Songs Vol.1 http://www.mediafire.com/?5y1waow7igsgscm
Korean People's Army - Beautiful Music of North Korea revolutionary communist propaganda music http://www.mediafire.com/?bw87nwmakpf6585\
Radio Pyongyang: Commie Funk and Agit Pop from the Hermit Kingdom Schmaltzy synthpop, Revolutionary rock, Cheeky child rap, and a healthy dose of hagiography for Dear Leader Kim Jong-il http://www.mediafire.com/download/eb2ht2y3de52dcg/Varios+Artistas+-+Radio+Pyongyang.zip
Pochonbo Electronic Ensemble - Volume 1 & 2
North Korean new age orchestral propaganda tool World famous for their folk songs of revolution and glorification of Democratic People's Republic of Korea! The group takes its name from the Battle of Poch'ŏnbo on July 4, 1937, when a guerrilla unit under the leadership of Kim Il-sung attacked compounds of the Japanese occupation force in Poch'ŏnbo
does anyone have this album?
>Esther Russel Sings The Open Gate (folk / gospel)
i own the vinyl but I can't record it and as far as I can tell its nowhere online
Culprate - Deliverance (2014)
Requesting similar albums.
Coil - The Snow EP
KFC Murder Chicks - DARIAJAMS
>Electronic/dance and breaks, more rare than their EP
Sterac - The Secret Life of Machines (Remastered and Remixed) (2012)
(It's a friend's FTP, He gave it to me and its easier than re-uploading it)
Then you want Polar Inertia - Kinematic Optics EP. I don't have the mega anymore, but someone shared it a few weeks back and it was pretty dope
And btw, that sample you gave is just instrumental, not IDM (Intelligent Dance Music)
sorry bro, must be mislabled. But there is a lot of stuff like what you're looking for. Audio Machine and Two Steps From Hell do some crazy stuff, most of it more intense than that and a lot of it used as movie scores, but they do have some songs like what you're looking for.
Avey Tare/David Grubbs - Split Series #16
>Ambient, Electronic, Noise
First upload, lemme know whatchu guys think
Ryuichi Sakamoto - Esperanto (1985) [FLAC]
>leftfield, plunderphonics, ambient
>music commissioned by Molissa Fenley & Dancers NYC dance company for performance of the same name (http://articles.latimes.com/1986-11-16/entertainment/ca-7456_1_molissa-fenley)
Hiroshi Sato - Orient, 1979
>Japanese funky progressive synthpop, mixed with some ambient and disco bits.
Between Talking Heads & late Can? Sometimes.
Shamelessly stolen from this awesome blog: listentothis.info
Futuro Antico - Dai Primitivi All'Elettronica (1980)
>Tribal Ambient, World Music by some Italian group with Indian & African members.
S= tribal atmosphere https://youtu.be/xgrPebpJeLA
S= jazzy track https://youtu.be/NrSQ7MS_vOE
Joe Hisaishi - Curved Music (1984)
>comfy synthpop, Ryūichi Sakamoto-core.
via listentothis.info again…
Eitetsu Hayashi - Messenger Of The Wind (1983)
>Minimalism, Ambient, Japanese folk Traditional World Music.
Taiko player. Similar to the Mkwaju Ensemble >>62040354
(it's from 1986 BTW)
Haruomi Hosono - Paradise View OST (1985)
>Ambient synthpop, gamelan-core, ex-YMO.
I usually dgaf about YMO, but i like this album; I'll check his solo discography.
Zazou Bikaye - Mr. Manager (1985) Mini-album
>African synthpop, Crammed release.
>"Congolese singer Bony Bikaye + Algerian-born French composer Hector Zazou + mad scientists CY1. Compared by the press to Byrne & Eno’s ‘Bush Of Ghosts’, or to an imaginary meeting between Fela Kuti and Kraftwerk."
Steven Halpern – Rings of Saturn (1981)
>Ambient. Similar toe the 'Ambient' serie of Brian Eno
David Naegele – Temple in the Forest (1985)
>Ambient sleepcore. Good if you're insomniac I guess.
Michael Stearns - Planetary Unfolding (1981)
>cosmic ambient, old synthesizer-porn. Tangerine Dream-core, Klaus Schulze ripoff.
Michael Mantra – Bell Born (1987)
>Tibetan bells & Burmese gongs. Ambient. New-Age shit. proto-vaporware
Virginia Astley - Hope In A Darkened Heart (1986)
>Ambient Art pop, Dream Pop produced by Sakamato. Imagine a pop version of the Cocteaux Twins. She worked with David Sylvian.