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Monday, March 23, 2009

Come Find Yourself

Bottom/ Livin' in the City (Sanctuary) is an album by the Fun Lovin' Criminals, released in 2005. This was very much a love letter to New York with many songs, just like in their debut album, extolling the virtues of the Big Apple. The title track itself has the repeated lyric "I love livin' in the city, give it up for New York City!". The Fun Lovin' Criminals are an American alternative rap / alternative rock group from New York City. Their musical style is eclectic, covering such styles as hip hop, rock, blues and jazz. Their songs are often gritty or existentialist in nature but are just as often humorous or satirical. Come Find Yourself, the band's first album, was released in 1995 by Capitol Records and included Scooby Snacks, the band's biggest hit single to date. It features samples from films by Quentin Tarantino, interspersed with rap verses and a sung, anthemic, chorus. The album is very New York-centric, including tracks about the L-train (Bombin' The L), Coney Island (Coney Island Girl) and Mafia crimelord John Gotti (King Of New York), with many smaller references in other songs. Top/ On her third album Impeach My Bush (Beggars XL, 2006), Peaches invites Joan Jett and one-time roommate Leslie Feist. Merrill Beth Nisker (born 1966 in Toronto, Ontario), better known as Peaches, is an electronica musician whose songs are concerned mainly with sex. Her songs have been featured in movies such as Mean Girls, Waiting..., Jackass Number Two, and Lost in Translation. Her music has also been featured on television shows such as Showtime's The L Word and Ugly Betty, and has been used for the promotion of Dirt. Peaches performed guest vocals on Pink's album Try This, and on the Chicks on Speed album 99 Cents, on the song "We Don't Play Guitars".

Friday, March 20, 2009

Tape Hiss Orchid

Bottom/ Sound Affects (Polydor) is a 1980 album by British group The Jam. This release, their fifth album, is frequently considered the closing point of The Jam's artistic peak begun on their third LP, All Mod Cons and carried through on its follow-up, Setting Sons. The most salient influence on this album is '60s British psychedelic pop, such as The Beatles' Revolver, The Who's The Who Sell Out, and The Kinks' The Village Green Preservation Society. The psychedelic overtones run throughout the album. Other obvious influences are post-punk groups such as Wire, Gang Of Four, and Joy Division and, particularly evident in Rick Buckler's drumming, Michael Jackson's Off the Wall album. Indeed, singer/guitarist/songwriter Paul Weller said at the time that he considered the album a cross between Off the Wall and Revolver. The group would later explore the "Britfunk" sound in earnest on their next and final album, The Gift. Middle/ Nouvelle Vague is a French musical collective led by musicians Marc Collin and Olivier Libaux. Their name is a play on words referring simultaneously to their "Frenchness" and "artiness" (the '60s new wave of cult French cinema), the source of their songs (all covers of punk rock, post-punk, and New Wave songs), and their use of '60s Bossa nova-style arrangements. On their first album, Nouvelle Vague, the group resurrected classics from the New Wave music era, and reinterpreted them in a bossa nova style. The songs were stripped back to acoustic arrangements with lithe shaker rhythms achieved by gathering a parade of chanteuses from all over the world to cover bands including XTC, Modern English, The Clash, Joy Division and The Undertones. Their second album, Bande à Part (Peacefrog, 2006), includes versions of tracks by Buzzcocks, New Order, Echo and the Bunnymen and Blondie. Top/ Deerhunter is a five-piece self-described "ambient punk" band from Atlanta, Georgia, consisting of lead singer Bradford Cox, Moses Archuleta, Josh Fauver, Whitney Petty, and Lockett Pundt. Cryptograms is the second album from Deerhunter, released through Kranky on January 29, 2007. The album received critical praise and was followed by an EP titled Fluorescent Grey. Cryptograms is a more "subdued and introverted" record than its predecessor. The album contains themes of death and isolation,
and has five instrumentals, all of which are
ambient in sound.

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Over The Hills And Far Away

The cover of Siren (Virgin Records, 1975), fifth album by British art rock group Roxy Music, featured Bryan Ferry's girlfriend at the time, model Jerry Hall. Top/ The cover art for Houses of the Holy (Atlantic, 1973), the fifth album by English rock band Led Zeppelin, was inspired by the ending of Arthur C. Clarke's novel Childhood's End. It is a collage of several photographs taken at the Giant's Causeway, Northern Ireland, by Aubrey Powell of Hipgnosis

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Wonders Never Cease

"Aftermath" taken from The Orb's Bicycles & Tricycles (Cooking Vinyl, 2004) Middle/ Brooklyn goth cellists Rasputina quit the forest with The Lost & Found (2nd Edition) (Instinct Records, 2003). It consists of covers of songs by Creedence Clearwater Revival, Pink Floyd, Marilyn Manson, Pat Benatar, The Velvet Underground, and Led Zeppelin, as well as a rendition of Mother Goose's nursery rhyme "This Little Piggy." Top/ Whimsy and eclectic, the Penguin Cafe Orchestra's self-titled second album (E.G. Records, 1981) is widely considered as their critical best. The cover painting was by Emily Young. The PCO was a loose assembly of musicians headed by classically-trained guitarist, composer and arranger Simon Jeffes (Sussex, England, 1949-1997). Its sound does not fit easy categorization, but has elements of exuberant folk music and a minimalist aesthetic occasionally reminiscent of Philip Glass