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  • Britch2tiger So I noticed you have an extensive jazz palette, so I was wondering if you can enlighten me regarding jazz quality:What are qualities that make up a "bad" jazz album?
    May 16 07:50 PM
  • aok yoyoyo how's the things?
    June 14 03:09 PM
  • BrianE Thanks for the praise on my review! Seems like there aren't many jazz fans around here, so it's nice to see someone else who is.
    June 16 12:59 PM
  • Anthracks That sucks their shows are so fun. :( Hopes to the future!
    May 10 09:08 PM
  • Anthracks I'm pretty geographically ignorant sometimes, but how far are you from Brazil? of Montreal is playing there in June.
    May 9 02:24 AM
  • Maniac!* damn phone
    May 2 03:49 PM
  • Maniac! its honestly more like 1000. last.gnite doesn't track everything
    May 2 03:48 PM
  • aok amon tobin (probly permutation) for something wild, bonobo (all are good) for something mellow, thievery corporation (the mirror conspiracy) for something smooth. most of ferociouslettuce's early lists are about trip hop so feel free to use those as guides
    April 6 03:21 PM
  • YouKnowMyName I mean Remain in Light by Talking Heads
    March 5 12:49 PM
  • YouKnowMyName Hmmm....My fav albums by The Beatles are Revolver, Rubber Soul and The White Album, myfav albums by Radiohead are In Rainbows, Ok Computer and Kid A and by Pink Floyd...The Piper At The Gates of Dawn and Dark Side of the Moon. I'll rec you Marquee Moon by the band Television and Remain In Lite by Talking Heads.
    March 5 12:48 PM
  • YouKnowMyName Radiohead, Pink Floyd, The Beatles are also my fav bands and I also like Blur and Nirvana.
    March 3 09:15 PM
  • Maniac! You're a terrible person, but I guess we can still be friends.
    February 22 01:43 PM
  • mcjewjew Thanks dude. If you didn't like the first record, I would go with either the self-titled (still a little weird, but much more mellow) or Loaded which is more pop-oriented.
    February 21 04:52 PM
  • TheNotrap Roger Waters - The Wall, Live in Berlin.
    February 11 07:05 AM
  • aok haha. fantastic. y bueno pues estoy un poco preocupado que soy el unico sputniker con quien hablas ..
    February 9 11:58 PM
  • PurpleBottle es que a veces pienso que soy el unico aqui que pueded hablar espanol. eso y he pasado unas semanas en santiago / valparaiso y fue bien comodo alli ;)
    December 13 12:10 AM
  • PurpleBottle did this happen near where you live? (puyehue volcano)
    December 8 12:55 PM
  • aok ey lucas - you on fb? i feel like stalkering another sputniker down (i'm the only andy okuneff in existence if you think i'm cool enough to be added)
    November 25 11:07 PM
  • aok check out my last list (under username: ferociouslettuce ) . i think you'd agree with me ;]
    November 5 10:23 PM
  • aok sweet yo =)
    October 11 07:33 PM
  • patrickfannon No problem, man. I'm sorry you did not enjoy the record, but you are not really missing much in the context of this year's musical output. I highly recommend The Dodos' "No Color", Explosions In The Sky's "Take Care, Take Care, Take Care," The Flashbulb's "Love As A Dark Hallway", Laura Stevenson and The Cans' "Sit Resist", The Middle East's "I Want That You Are Always Happy", Scale The Summit's "The Collective", and The Sea and Cake's "The Moonlight Butterfly." I think you'd probably dig them.
    June 30 07:29 AM
  • patrickfannon Hey pal, here's a spot where you can grab the WU LYF album: lyf?tab=summary. Hope that works for you. Enjoy the album, man, and let me know what you think. Take care.
    June 25 12:17 PM
  • sublimefan1991 yea man and i've been waiting like 3 years for this new album. if the past two songs are any indication of the new sound, it's looking like a waste of 3 years.
    June 10 03:21 PM
  • sublimefan1991 hey man, you seem to def know your coldplay. their new single's ****ing terrible though, amirite?
    June 5 12:55 AM
  • PinkElephants I'll definitely go check them out.
    May 5 09:56 AM
  • aok depends on you though. I'd recommend you Aphex Twin (electrobeaty but super chill and phenomenal easy to listen to) first, and then the other three are great if you want either a 'post punk' take on indie (arctic monkeys), the origins of indie (the shins) or prog/metal (tool). arctic monkeys are the lightest and easiest to get into, but there are rewards (albeit completely opposite ones) to be reaped with both the shins and tool
    March 19 11:21 AM
  • aok The Shins - Oh, Inverted World to start, Chutes Too Narrow is probly their best, but Wincing the Night Away is way underappreciated (also check out the Garden State soundtrack for tracks by similar minded bands the movie's great if it hits you right...)Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am comes first probly, but I actually like favourite worst nightmare more.Tool - Lateralus or Aenima to start. Then 10,000 days if you get there. I haven't actually gotten to Undertow yet.
    March 19 11:10 AM
  • aok i adore your logo -- but you could do with some aphex twin (ambient 85-92) in your life ;)
    March 10 03:03 PM

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