Burial - Untrue
one of my all time FAVORITE songs:
ain't nothing change but the address...
yeah, they are good. their remix of "blue skies" caught my attention, but i think their remix of "i'm not gonna teach your boyfriend how to dance with you" is my new favourite song.
a couple of their other remixes that i like:
"metropolis" (the twelves remix) - cicada
"drop the tough" (the twelves b-live remix) - groove armada
the remixes that i've posted are my favourite ones of theirs and has been played constantly on my phone's playlist.
i haven't made up my mind about Fever Ray yet. i haven't checked out their album but i've heard a couple of tracks on the radio and haven't exactly been impressed by it, even though i love The Knife.
love this track.
^ dope badu track
Last edited by Mumm Ra; 11-23-2009 at 05:38 PM.
Been pulling out the analogue for the vintage (read: antique) car stereo.
My dad has a crate of cassettes, most of which must be at least 25 years old.
Playing this gem a lot.
Listened to a bootleg dub of the 'Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya Ya's Out' on the way home tonight.
I'll try and post some photo's of the stand out material some time.
Last edited by rat fakerman; 11-24-2009 at 12:04 PM.
My car stereo has a cassette player.
No need to rip anything, i go straight to the source.
Old cassettes can sound pretty warped at times though.
(i'll change the wording of that)
8 ball - underworld
Bank heist in Kathmandu, it was a slaughter
The day Buddha was born it rained tea instead of water
Re Neil Young - Is that not the song Kurt Cobain wrote in his suicide note? Great song.
On a related note I just got a copy of Johnny Cash - Unearthed - the out-takes from his American series. Has great version of Neil Young's Pocohontas and Heart of Gold. Spooky
This track is just awesome :
los yo yais - quien te iso mujer
tienes q entender QUE COMO YO NADIEEEEE