SF Music Club, Take Two - The Albums

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  1. milosz

    milosz Senior member

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    [​IMG] http://rapidshare.com/files/68180965...flame.rar.html
     


  3. Tokyo Slim

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    d/l now
     


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    I don't guarantee the sounds of rare animals being skinned, but I might have something in that vein too from Club Moral on vinyl.
     


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    this is take2 correct? i thought it was different from just this is it

    It was what was uploaded for this thread. I dunno what it is, it's what most if not all of us are listening to.
     


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    track 3 is grooovy, ill listen to the rest tomorrow, bed time now
     


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    I'm liking it as background music, but I have the sneaking suspicion that if i were to like actually sit down and "listen" to it, it might piss me off. I hate self indulgent, masturbatory, jazz noises. I think that might be the whole point of this album.

    I'll listen to it while I sleep tonight, and see if it gives me any interesting dreams. Probably not, but you never know.
     


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    Here's one of my favorites from them, released as a single:

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    this is take2 correct? i thought it was different from just this is it

    Take 2 was a reference to a failed torrenting attempt, I think
     


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    I'm surprised this album hasn't received more of a response. I am stuck in an airport because AA fucked up w/some delays and connecting flights, so I was feeling a bit ornery when I put this on. This album is excellent overall. It reminds me of early Half Japanese between the weirdness and the saxaphone, except with more consistency.

    I was surprised that they had the balls to keep the same tone/pace for mostly the first five songs, but it was enjoyable nonetheless. I felt like it started to drag toward the end, but I feel that way a lot about albums in general. Short listening attention span, I guess. This is up there with Soil and Pimp and James Carr for me as far as SF Music Club recommendations go.

    Also, I have to reneg yea on the Antlers. I enjoyed it at the time, but now it seems too 'easy' and formulaic, and I can't picture myself ever listening to it again.
     


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    I'm surprised this album hasn't received more of a response.

    My initial download failed and then I forgot about it. I'll try to listen to it before Friday though.
     


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    I still like it, but only as background noise. This is too far away from "music" for me to enjoy it as such.
     


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    I'm next right? Will post up in an hour or so, I have a shit load of work to do.
     


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    I still like it, but only as background noise. This is too far away from "music" for me to enjoy it as such.

    Heh, I can only listen to it in a certain mood myself, but it would not be as background music. I think it would just be slightly irritating as background music.
     


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