|My Record Collection|
Been collecting records for a few years now, probably time I started tracking what I have.
Akira-Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
Actually "Akira Symphonic Suite" record that came with the 30th anniversary Blu-Ray, but this is close enough.
|2||A Secret Death|
This came when I ordered a different album (I forget which one) from Monolith records. Lachlan Watt is a cool dude.
|3||The Allman Brothers Band|
Brothers and Sisters
For some reason, there are copies of this everywhere.
American Football (LP2)
Why is this the only AF I own?
We're Here Because We're Here
Bought this from Horace at a show. It was literally the last one he had.
I liked these guys immediately. Ordered both LP's from Germany. There was mix-up and they sent me two, I gave the other one to a mate.
This album sucks.
|10||Bear the Mammoth|
Years Under Glass
Melbourne's best post-rock band, probably.
Apparently this one is worth around $80 more than I paid for it.
Bought when American Football came touring Australia. Never bothered getting more into this project, but this album is neat.
One of my most-listened to albums.
Live at Sin-é (Legacy Edition)
Record store day release. Cost a fair bit, but it's a really cool release.
Greetings From L.A.
Imagine Jeff having to listen to his absent father's filthy sex jams.
|16||The Dave Brubeck Quartet|
|17|| ||The Dave Brubeck Quartet|
Album's not even in the system lol
|18|| ||Dave Brubeck|
Truth is Fallen
This one's weird. Some kind of commissioned musical thing with an orchestra and a rock band.
They'll probably never top this.
Songs of Leonard Cohen
I wish I liked this more, but it is fun to listen to now and then.
I need to buy more Phil Collins albums.
My most recent purchase.
The Best of Joe Cocker
I think one of my aunties got this for me as a birthday gift. Haven't listened in years, but some cool tracks on her.
|28||Al di Meola/John McLaughlin/Paco de Lucia|
Passion, Grace & Fire
|29||Return to Forever|
Return to Forever
Made in Japan
I remember liking this, but also I listened to it once and haven't touched it since.
Panorama, In Ten Pieces
I won this one in a Facebook contest. I also got a CD of it free when I ordered a tape of Errata by Convulsing (which I think one of the guitarists was in at one point). Basically, I have two copies of this album and I didn't pay for either of them.
Images and Words
This one sounds better on the CD, but at least the art is pretty.
Earth 2: Special Low Frequency Version
|34||Electric Light Orchestra|
I could very easily have more ELO albums. They're everywhere.
New Orleans Suite
My jazz phase really made an impression on my record collection.
|36||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
Brain Salad Surgery
|37||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
Pictures at an Exhibition
|38||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
|39||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
Welcome Back To The Show That Never Ends
|40||Emerson, Lake and Palmer|
Works Volume 1
... as did the death of Keith Emerson, after which I bought a bunch of ELP records.
Wind & Wuthering
A Trick of the Tail
The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Genesis were my favourite prog band when I was a teenager.
|49||Grand Funk Railroad|
We're An American Band
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
A buddy gave this to me as a birthday gift. One of the best I've ever received.
This is still really good post-black metal.
Cloak of Ash
This is less good, but still pretty solid post-black metal.
This has some great songs on it, but it's not really a great album
Aussie prog royalty
Larks' Tongues in Aspic
I felt like I'd hit the jackpot when I found this. KC albums are pretty rare in the wild, at least around my city.
Cringe vocals, but godly instrumentals.
Birds of Fire
The Inner Mounting Flame
70's prog everywhere
|61||Bob Marley and The Wailers|
Babylon By Bus
Excellent live album.
Another recent purchase. Cost a bit, but it's an album I know will get a lot of spins.
This band was one of my most recent mind-blowing discoveries. Up there with toe as peak post/math
Bones In The Soil, Rust In The Oil
Just need their second album now, but rare and expensive.
Is this in the registry? I can't tell. Local mathcore-ish band from before I was old enough for gigs.
Look and Behold
I saw these guys supporting... someone ages ago, and apparently I was super impressed. I rarely listen to these records, though.
... this 7" double EP, on the other hand, rules super hard.
The Last Dawn
Rays of Darkness
Every time I've seen Mono, I've either chosen the wrong LP or gotten to the merch desk too late to grab a cool one. These are still cool, but yeah. I need to Hymn to the Immortal Wind, or One Step Closer.
This one sounds reaaaaally good.
Sorrow And Extinction
I should listen to this one more. Impulse buy.
Phanerozoic I: Palaeozoic
I've literally never played this. I don't know why.
This one surprised me heaps at first listen. First because of the Kanye sample that was take from it, and then because I learned "Moonlight Shadow" was a Mike Oldfield song. It was like hearing an ABBA song when I, was expecting early Genesis.
Good reading music.
Night Train is so pretty. That piano line.
OG Australian pressing.
Got it cheap because apparently there's a scratch on the Echoes side. Doesn't seem to affect play much at all, though. Guess I got lucky.
Relatives in Descent
I don't think I'll ever get super into post-punk. Bought this at a show, there's a huge crease on the cover from when a drunk punter fell into me lol
I SEE A RAINBOW RISIIIIIIIIIING
Live at Carnegie Hall
A Song for All Seasons
This band is super underrated.
|91|| ||Sonny Rollins|
Green Dolphin Street
Excellent doom gaze from Perth
...and so we destroyed everything
Love of Cartography
They got less after this one.
Made Of Breath Only
I really wish this was better. They sent me two of these as well, I just randomly got an extra package months later.
|98||The Smashing Pumpkins|
|99||The Smashing Pumpkins|
Remastered versions, they actually sound great. Also, I want Gish and Mellon Collie so bad.
Probably the best screamo band that'll ever come out of Melbourne.