|Seriously Misspent The First Nineteen Years Of My Life|
A.k.a my favourite albums. Treat with caution because I change my mind on a daily basis. Recommend me things please and I will duly explore them. NAMASTE
Since I left You
Love listening to this in Winter and especially Spring. Outrageously good.
The Heat Death of the Universe
Because nothing makes me revert to an air-guitaring, exuberant six-year old more than this does.
The perfect midway point between the sparsity of 'Pink Moon' and lush orchestral touches of 'Five Leaves Left'. Gone too soon :(
For Emma, Forever Ago
|19||Sun Kil Moon|
Ghosts of the Great Highway
If Sherwood Anderson wrote an album this is almost definitely what it would sound like.
Yes I really am that pretentious.
It's brilliant during the day but at night it's just a whole other level
The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
Pure, unbridled emotion combined with Genius composition makes me a happy boy indeed.
From the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
Deal with it
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Took me a while I really, really, really fucking like this P.S OMG LYRICS
Close to the Edge
Remind me to start listening to this again
I think everyone has one Brit-band album that they whole-heartedly adore. This is mine.
Merriweather Post Pavilion
Choirs of the Eye
'Generic Comment detailing the decline of Toby Driver'
Need I say more
Enter the Wu-tang (36 chambers)
Why yes, I am white. How can you tell?
'AVANT-GARDE? MORE LIKE AVANT-GARBAGE'-1st listen
'This is the greatest thing ever to happen to me'-5th listen
My copy of this suspiciously disappeared when I left home :( GOOD THING I HAVE IT ON VINYL WHAT UP
|3||Everyone asked about you|
Well, they never actually released it but if they I can guarantee it would be on here. Their two EP's are outstanding.
|2|| ||DJ Shadow|
JUST YO FAVOURITE DJ SAVIOR
Never understood why this is tagged as 'Post-Rock' considering it is pretty much the antithesis of the dreary, obvious music I associate the genre with. YOU HEARD ME. But anyway, the from the bleak 'Myrrhman' to the gorgeous, ruminative 'Runeii', this album never fails to astound. Incomparable