|Music For The Cold...|
These are some of the albums that help me through the time I spend freezing my ass off in the winter cold.
Really, there's no time that this album isn't good. It's a great, relaxing album to chill out (pun fully intended) to. Helps relieve some of the stress.
The cover tells all. This is an island/beach-themed album that rules all the way through. It also partially makes me forget of the frozen Hell I'm standing in.
|3||Maudlin of the Well|
Something about the first track (Blue Ghost/Shedding Qluiphoth) puts me in a daydream, and as the story goes on in my dream, it twists and turns with the album. Usually takes place somewhere far away from a place that makes my bones shatter from Absolute Zero.
Nick sings his sorrow with you on this album... except rather than enduring low temperatures, he is enduring a severe depression that led to his suicide.
How to reject the onslaught of frost? Why, numb your brain with giant walls of sound, of course!
...And The Battle Begun
This album puts the atmosphere into a summer-like mood, though when it ends, I am rather pissed off.
|7||Boards of Canada|
Music Has The Right To Children
From its first to last songs, I'm in a hibernation-like trance.
Sounding A Mosaic
Nothing to battle the elements like.... Canadian reggae? Looks like they're fighting the same thing, too.
|9|| ||Bob Marley|
Get up, stand up. Stand up for some light. I need blistering rays on the sunny beaches of Jamaica now.
This was pretty much the theme to my summer a couple of years ago.