Kage
Kyle Banick
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Last Active 03-22-09 10:35 pm
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Kag'es Monthly Obsessions

July's obsessions.
1King Crimson
The ConstruKction of Light


The dual guitar work between Robert Fripp and Adrian Belew is unbeatable anywhere on earth.
2Miles Davis
Bitches Brew


Maybe THE free jazz/fusion album ever. Amazingly this stuff is improvized and never misses a beat in its free-form mania. Amazing.
3 Mouth of the Architect
Mouth of the Architect/Kenoma Split


Some of the most balls-to-the-wall emotional Post Metal there is.
4 Kenoma
Mouth of the Architect/Kenoma Split


Kenoma is a new band, and this is the fisrt time I'd heard them. Damn, they blew me away, even showing up MotA.
5 Billy Joel
The Nylon Curtain


Best Billy Joel album--inspired a screenplay I am currently writing.
6 Angelo Badalamenti
Lost HIghway score


Some of the coolest combinations of jazz and classical, and extremely dark. Perfect for driving at night. On a highway.
7Porcupine Tree
Signify


Tou didn't think I went the whole month without being obsessed with them at least once, did you?
8David Bowie
Heathen


What can I say?
9 Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison


"In Dreams" might be the best song ever.
10 Ani DiFranco
Dilate


Incredibly charged, energetic, poignant folk/alt rock music that is just amazing.
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