Polyethylene
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Last Active 10-13-16 8:22 pm
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Check 'n' Rec

Step one: check out one of these underrated beauties. Step two: rec me a sweet album in return. Step three: we shoutbox each other what we each thought. Alright hakuna matata muad'Dib let's do this shit
1Faun Fables
Mother Twilight


Really beautiful hypnotic folk. Only three ratings on this site c'mon folks. 4.5/5
2Idiot Flesh
Fancy


Genre-hopping, gravity-defying madness. The 5est of 5s imo
3The Jesus Lizard
Blue


This album is rarely talked about, and when it is it is slandered to fuck. Personally I really like it... the noise rock of tJL captured in high def, with some weird 90s electronic shit woven in there. Underrated for sure. 4/5
4The All Seeing Hand
Mechatronics


Amazing throat-singing futuristic metal w/e from my neck of the woods. You ain't heard this sort of thing before. 4.5/5
5Doprah
Wasting


Another rec from New Zealand, really pretty trip-hop. If you like Bjork, Portishead, Massive Attack etc you'll rate this. Been trying to get this album some love on this site. 4.5/5
6 KMFDM
Naive


My favourite industrial album, which is funny considering this is so much more focused and poppy than industrial usually is. Replete with driving beats, [sic] riffs and 80s pop cheesiness. 5/5
7Lustmord
The Word As Power


An album pretty much entirely composed of the human voice, and pretty much entirely better than when Bjork tried it. Features great m8s such as Maynard, Jarboe and Soriah. 4.5/5
8Fantomas
Delirium Cordia


A single track, 75 minutes long, that plays like the most chilling horror soundtrack ever. There are long stretches of ambience, broken up by explosions of avant-metal and noise. Doesn't get more atmospheric than this. Mike Patton at his best imo. 5/5
9My Life with the Thrill Kill Kult
13 Above The Night


Industrial crossed with disco amidst wacky samples and a sense of sexual abandon. If you enjoy this album, check Sexplosion! next. 4/5
10Scorn
Zander


Hypnotic dark electronic / dub from two guys that were in Napalm Death. Almost an early dubstep vibe. Only seven votes on this site, absolutely criminal 4/5
11The Necks
Hanging Gardens


A very talented jazz trio from Aussie doing their thing. The fact they can sustain such an interesting groove for a solid hour is impressive in itself. Oh, and the music rules 4/5
12Ufomammut
Eve


A concept album about the Fall of Man, in five sweeping movements. I'm no expert on doom metal but this is some wonderful stuff 5/5
13Zahava Seewald and Michael Grebil
From My Mother's House


Spoken word, musique concrete. With no shortage of chilling moments and only 10 ratings on this site, this is the album for you 4/5
14Agnes Obel
Aventine


Crazy this only has 69 ratings, when it is one of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard. Classical folk stuff with an absolutely stunning voice. The instruments are all quite close-miced, so you can just about taste the resin on her cello... ;] intimate and emotional indeed. 5/5
15Diamanda Galas
The Divine Punishment


A concept album about the AIDS epidemic, and how victims of it were treated by institutions like the church. What this woman is capable of doing with her voice shouldn't be legal. Vocal jazz, avant-garde, progressive, harrowing, terrifying, adjective 5/5
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