Harry B. Price

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08.28.08 Penis07.25.08 More Jewish Headwear
06.13.08 You Can't Spell Dick Without Dick04.15.08 Zgid Tnecer Pt.2
02.07.08 Zgid Tnecer Pt.101.16.08 Random Rant List
01.02.08 2007 Revised

Random Rant List
1The Locust
Safety Second, Body Last

This album need so many listens to be understood. Nothing like anything The Locust has ever done, but has everything we have come to expect from the quartet
2Chuck Mangione
Feels So Good

In my top 5 favorite jazz albums. The album has such a laid back tone that makes it almost like background music, but it's so engaging that you can't put it down. I have been digging this for almost 2 months now. Amazing, Amazing album.
I Know A GIrl Who Develops Crime Scene Photos

No holds bar dirty grind. Heavy as hell, fast as hell, hot as hell. Short and sweet, but none the less memerable
4Electric Wizard

This and Sleep's Dopesmoker are my favorite stoner metal albums. Though this doesn't have the single trace like song, it does have the individual songs to couple Dopesmoker. Put it on repeat and let the time slide by.

I could listen to this album for days. Over and over and over. It's just so fresh. Nothing can beat it in the genre. Its only competiton is from Dopethrone, to which is carries the same weight.
6Buried Inside

This album is like glue. It sticks to everything, itself included. Very, very coherant, very catchy. Some of the best metal/hardcore ever.
7John Coltrane
Blue Train

Though not garning as much success as A Love Supreme, I believe that Blue Train stands up to it. Again, it doesn't have as many of the deep, long tracks, but it more than makes up for them in the memerable short cuts.

The best Jesu to date. Has no filler tracks to speak of, and is some of the best music to come out of 2007.
The Fire In Our Throats Will Beckon...

An utter masterpiece in music. A beautiful yet crushing suite of intensity and melody without the confinement of vocals. A free album. You can almost feel it's lack of boundries.
10Genghis Tron
Dead Mountain Mouth

Maybe not as good as alot of what I have on this list, Dead Mountian Mouth is really an interesting piece of work. Though spazzy and chaotic, it has subtle melody underneath the layers of searing noise, albeit not immidiatly recognizable. Certianly worth the effort of listening to it.
11God Is An Astronaut
All Is Violent, All Is Bright

A stunning piece of Post Rock. Its beauty reaches far beyond many artists capabilities.
12Jaco Pastorius
Jaco Pastorius

The fretless bass is one of the most quirky instruments ever. This is a perfect portrayal of how it should be played, among other things. Another well crafted, flashy jazz album.
We Are The Romans

Powerfully emotional. Exasperation and strength are both equally present for Botch's Magnum Opus. A true gem for the genre and for the progression of metal as a whole.
The Mantle

All I can imagine while listening to this album is being snowed in a log cabin in the middle of the winter, somewhere up in the mountians, while more and more snow piles up all around my abode. Stunningly crafted and executed, listen to this while it's snowing.
15Charles Mingus
The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady

My favorite jazz album ever, Charles Mingus managed to reinvent what it meant to be a perfectionist, and through that, made an album worthy of god like status.
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