|UserSoundoffs 4Album Ratings 218Objectivity 52%Last Active 02-13-13 3:09 pmJoined 06-23-11Forum Posts 0Review Comments 1,737
|Vinyls And Cozy Feelings|
Today, I (Aside from writing possibly the most homosexual list title
of all time) went down to my parents old basement in hope of
finding some quality worn-down vinyls. As a matter of fact i
returned with no less than 6 fully-packed 30x30x30 boxes filled
with dusty ole' fuckers ranging from ABBA to Tangerine Dream.
Anyway, as i looked through the LPs(which consisted of about
80% titles that ive never even fucking heard of) I got a cozy
feeling though my body, saying "Theres still so much music left to
hear, and im only 21".
These are some random picks from the ole' bunch.
A beauty to behold(and hold, for that matter..) One of the best albums in
progressive rock history instantly caught my eye.
Still haven't listened to this one though, will do soon enough. I have
absolutely no idea what to expect.
|4||Electric Light Orchestra|
A New World Record
|5||Electric Light Orchestra|
Epic Cover, Epic LP.
Im swedish so im basically bred to enjoy this since i was born. Can't help it,
this is pretty neat.
It sure does include some of Jethro Tull's best work, although it would've
been kinda cool to find 'Thick' or 'Minstrel' in there. Really solid album
Houses of the Holy
IMO Zeppelins best work.
Blessed Are the Sick
One of the very few Metal records i could find in the collection, allthough i
think its worth about 100 other Metal albums in quality. My father
apparently made a weak connection to the metal genre, but this one time
he truly did connect i guess.
|12||Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young|
Crosby, Stills & Nash
She makes me hard as hell. Perfect woman, splendid Folk album.
I honestly almost jizzed all over this when my eye found the cover of this
worn-down original Lateralus 2 LP-cover. When i questioned my father later
on he had apparently been a Tool-fan since the Undertow days, without my
knowledge(i was about 11 when Lateralus was released, so i guess theres
a reason). Anyway, finding this in there was definitely a magic moment,
since its one of my all-time favourite records.
Oh my god, Yes.
|What's up dudes|
|I'm assuming lateralus is a picture disc|
|Yes, it sure is|
|I can imagine how you felt when you saw lateralus. I'm jealous.|
|that's killer. I've got a copy myself. |
|That's pretty kick ass. All the vinyls I find in my house are primarily ABBA. Your dad seems pretty cool. Morbid Angel, Tool, ELO. |
|For 15 alone your parents are awesome.|
|14 & 15 are awesome|
|Yeh, The Man-Machine was definetely a cool find, ill be sure to spin it once i get the time|
|@Dominion; Cool man! Its beautiful|
|your dad jams morbid angel? that's awesome.|
|fucking lucky |
|Apparently he jammed it pretty hard when he was a bit younger, especially 'Blessed'. Allthough nowadays he enjoys sitting back, spinning The white album, or some Zeppelin|