Monday, April 30, 2007

Pink Martini - Hey Eugene

Pink Martini was the brainchild of classically-trained pianist Thomas M. Lauderdale and vocalist China Forbes; fusing a vast array of influences spanning Cuban jazz to music hall to film scores, the group honed an exotic sound which led to their 1997 debut LP Sympathique. Seven years later, their follow-up, Hang on Little Tomato, arrived.
Track List
2.Tempo Perdido
3.Mar Desconcido
4.Taya Tan
5.City Of Night
7.Bukra Wba'do
8.Cante E Dance
9.Hey Eugene
11.Dosvedanya, Mio Bombino
12.Tea For Two - (with Jimmy Scott)

Saturday, April 28, 2007

Kings Of Leon - Because Of The Times

As with their first two albums, ‘Youth And Young Manhood’ and ‘Aha Shake Heartbreak’, ‘Because Of The Times’ finds Nashville alternative rockers Kings of Leon recreating the majesty of 1970s southern rock for the emo generation. Sounding like they were raised as much on a steady diet of Neil Young, the Faces, and the best of Capricorn Records as they were on Pentecostal preaching–the father of the band’s three brothers is himself a noted preacher–the Kings of Leon create classic-sounding but demonstrably modern alternative rock that appeals to both the vintage 1970s AOR audience and its kids. Lyrically, songs such as “Knocked Up,” “Camaro,” and “My Party” sound like diary entries from an archetypal bad-boy teen, a persona that’s deepened by more thoughtful tunes such as the epic closer, “Arizona,” and the near-ballad “True Love Way.” A solid follow-up to their earlier albums, ‘Because Of The Times’ cements the Kings of Leon’s place as the Allman Brothers Band of the new millennium.

Track List

1. Knocked Up
2. Charmer
3. On Call
4. McFearless
5. Black Thumbnail
6. My Party
7. True Love Way
8. Ragoo
9. Fans
10. Runner, The
11. Trunk
12. Camaro
13. Arizona

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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Editors - The Back Room

Before issuing their debut, The Back Room, in August 2005, Editors was immediately compared to the dark, brooding sounds of Interpol as well as the post-punk brashness of Echo & the Bunnymen. Singles such as "Blood" and "Bullets" quickly put Editors in the elite crowd of those to watch that year. The band — Tom Smith (vocals/guitar), Chris Urbanowicz (guitar), Russell Leetch (bass), and Ed Lay (drums) — compose a tight rock sound that's both raw and defined, particularly on album opener "Lights." Editors is an anxious, frantic, and passionate group, and the album is done with taste from the start. Smith is vocally passionate without being too steely, unlike Interpol frontman Paul Banks, as he exclaims, "I've got a million things to say," while his bandmates add to the song's rushing intensity. From there, the blistering "Munich" and the more luxurious, danceable "Blood" are the standout moments of this 11-song set. "Munich" is one of The Back Room's especially stylish numbers, thanks to the matching guitar work of both Smith and Urbanowicz. The surging storm that is "Bullets" is further proof that from the first note, The Back Room lunges at you with a dynamic that's fierce, wiry, and slightly fashionable. Alternative rock hasn't seen anything like this since the release of Turn on the Bright Lights.

Track List
1. Lights
2. Munich
3. Blood
4. Fall
5. All Sparks
6. Camera
7. Fingers in the Factories
8. Bullets
9. Someone Says
10. Open Your Arms
11. Distance
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Belle & Sebastian - The Life Pursuit

Proving that the comeback of 2003's Dear Catastrophe Waitress was no fluke, Belle & Sebastian's sixth full-length album, The Life Pursuit, is a sleek, stylish affair that finds the group quietly pursuing new ground without forsaking its trademark witty, literary, tuneful pop. In retrospect, Dear Catastrophe Waitress wasn't so much a comeback as a restart, finding Stuart Murdoch reasserting himself as the group's undisputed leader in the wake of the departure of Stuart David and Isobel Campbell, but equally as important was the presence of superstar producer Trevor Horn, who didn't gloss up B&S as much as gave them focus and direction, along with a greater musical palette. The Life Pursuit is the logical next step forward, retaining Murdoch's signature wry vignettes but dressing them in new sonic colors. Although their collaboration with Horn started Belle & Sebastian on this path, he has been replaced with producer Tony Hoffer, best known for his work on Beck's Guero, Air's 10,000 Hz Legend, and Supergrass' Life on Other Planets. On each of those records, Hoffer was able to retain the artist's core identity while expanding their musical horizons, and that's the case with The Life Pursuit. Here, Belle & Sebastian dabble in glam rock, lazy lounge jazz, and ersatz blues, enhancing their swinging '60s pop fixation with horn charts, the occasional flute, and Motown rhythms, while even rocking harder than ever before (but that's on a relative scale, of course). This results in a fresh, lively listen, but a rich one too, since there's more to hear in the music as well as the words upon repeated listens. It's not a radical departure for Belle & Sebastian — there are several intimate, folky numbers that would comfortably fit on their previous records. But having these tunes surrounded by songs that successfully stretch the group's sound gives The Life Pursuit an unexpected, wholly welcome vitality that not only produces a satisfying album, but suggests that a decade removed from their masterwork, If You're Feeling Sinister, Belle & Sebastian have managed to find a way to grow without changing their identity.

Track List
1. Act Of The Apostle Part 1
2. Another Sunny Day
3. White Collar Boy
4. The Blues Are Still Blue
5. Dress Up In You
6. Sukie In The Graveyard
7. We Are The Sleepyheads
8. Song For Sunshine
9. Funny Little Frog
10. To Be Myself Completely
11. Act Of The Apostle Part 2
12. For The Price Of A Cup Of A Tea
13. Mornington Crescent

Interpol -Turn On The Bright Lights

One might go into a review like this one wondering how many words will pass before Joy Division is brought up. In this case, the answer is 16. Many are too quick to classify Interpol as mimics and lose out on discovering that little more than an allusion is being made. The music made by both bands explores the vast space between black and white and produces something pained, deftly penetrating, and beautiful. Save for a couple vocal tics, that's where the obvious parallels end. The other fleeting comparisons one can one whip up when talking about Interpol are several — roughly the same amount that can be conjured when talking about any other guitar/drums/vocals band formed since the '90s. So, sure enough, one could play the similarity game with this record all day and bring up a pile of bands. It could be a detrimental thing to do, especially when this record is so spellbinding and doesn't deserve to be mottled with such bilge. However, this record is a special case; slaying the albatross this band has been unfairly strangled by is urgent and key. Let's: there's another Manchester band at the heart of "Say Hello to the Angels," but that heart is bookended by a beginning and end that approaches the agitated squall of Fugazi; the torchy, elegiac "Leif Erikson" plays out like a missing scene from the Afghan Whigs' Gentlemen; the upper-register refrain near the close of "Obstacle 1" channels Shudder to Think. This record is no fun at all, the tension is rarely resolved, and — oh no! — it isn't exactly revolutionary, though some new shades of gray have been discovered. But you shouldn't allow your perception to be fogged by such considerations when someone has just done it for you and, most importantly, when all this brilliance is waiting to overwhelm you.

Track List
2.Obstacle 1
5.Say Hello to the Angels
6.Hands Away
7.Obstacle 2
8.Stella Was a Diver and She Was Always Down
10.The New
11.Leif Erikson

Interpol - Antics

Had Interpol been honest with themselves before making their second album, they would've accepted the fact that improving on the debut would be out of the question. Their prime objective, then, would be to make a different record — not a better one. Suck it up, prepare for the inevitable "sophomore slump" darts, and get on with it. Having fielded comparison after comparison since the release of Turn on the Bright Lights, you'd think the band would've also thought to be more cautious the second time around. They weren't. Believe it or not, Antics opens with a song that resembles a defunct band more closely — in structure, sound, and sentiment — than anything on the debut. From the processional church organ to the sighing guitar, from the echo on the spare piano notes to the sound of the drums, from the stained-glass window to the wailing wall, "Next Exit" is a poor facsimile of Gentlemen-era Afghan Whigs (there we go again). Though the remainder of the album sounds like Interpol, and not your favorite unsung band, it's far from a favorable start — and as Antics plays out, the album begins to form the shape of a Singles Going Unsteady, with five possible A-sides and as many apparent B-sides arranged to stream like something you'd listen to from beginning to end. The sequence runs thusly: B-side, A-side, A-side, B-side, A-side, B-side, B-side, A-side, A-side, B-side. Some of the five A-sides cast Interpol in brighter light — a relatively upbeat one, not merely an up-tempo one. Though up-tempo songs weren't absent from Turn on the Bright Lights, they were delivered in pensive, steady waves of gloom. The up-tempo songs here aren't nearly as downcast — even "C'mere," in which Paul Banks sings, "The trouble is that you're in love with someone else," turns out to be more charming than self-pitying. Another development is the presence of some taut dance rhythms — touring has made them a better, more flexible band, especially within the interplay between bassist Carlos Dengler and drummer Sam Fogarino. To the band's credit, the weaker songs aren't necessarily eating space for no reason — their B-material here is more affecting than the average indie band's A-material. The problem is that, during those lesser moments, the band shows signs of attempting to cannibalize Turn on the Bright Lights' magnetic sulking, and their hearts don't seem to be as in it. The truth, as alluded to above, is that they will never make a record as special as the debut. However, following it with one that is merely very good is no crime.

Track List
1. Next Evil
2. Evil
3. Narc
4. Take You On A Cruise
5. Slow Hands
6. Not Even Jail
7. Public Pervert
8. C´Mere
9. Length Of Love
10. A Time To Be So Small

Saturday, April 21, 2007

Ladytron - Light & Magic

Liverpool'lu synth-pop/electroclash grubu Ladytron'un 2002 çıkışlı albümü Light&Magic TimeOutt! semalarında sizlerle...
Albüme nasıl bir yorum yazsam diye bakınıp duruyorum bir saattir ve sonunda "ben buna bir şey yazmicam, indirenler dinleyenler, okuyanlar yazsın!" şeklinde isyan ettim!.. Kısacası kendi kendime triplere girdim.. :) Eh yorum işinide beleşe getirip yırtma hevesindeyim.. Hadi hayırlısı...
01. True Mathematics
02. Seventeen
03. Flicking Your Switch
04. Fire
05. Turn It On
06. Blue Jeans
07. Cracked LCD
08. Black Plastic
09. Evil
10. Startup Chime
11. NuHorizons
12. Cease2xist
13. Re:agents
14. Light & Magic
15. The Reason Why

Ve işte en sevdiğimiz kısım :)
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Friday, April 20, 2007

Klaxons - Myths of the Near Future (2oo7)

Although many feel that the “New Rave” movement taking Britain by storm is just the latest fad, the “pioneering” Klaxons prove their much more than just hype. ‘Myths of the Near Future’ is a solid listen all the way through, yet one may not hear much “rave” sound, so to speak. Any “rave” attitude is filtered through a Radiohead-like embrace of huge guitar-electronic melodrama, making ‘Myths of the Near Future’ sound more like Broken Social Scene and Yeah Yeah Yeahs than Renegade Soundwave. Production wise, the record has that claustrophobic, echo-y Flaming Lips, Secret Machines, TV on the Radio vibe to it as well. Their best songs are quite infectious, and their debut single “Golden Skans” is approaching Gnarlesque status on the UK download charts, and with good reason. Indeed, Klaxons are definitely one of the better new British “rock” bands and definitely have the potential to break big; one thing for sure, they certainly don’t need a fly-by-night tag to distract them from their goal. Consider this recommended.

1. Two Receivers
2. Atlantis To Interzone
3. Golden Skans
4. Totem On The Timeline
5. As Above, So Below
6. Isle Of Her
7. Gravity’s Rainbow
8. Forgotten Works
9. Magick
10. It’s Not Over Yet
11. Four Horsemen Of 2012

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Apartment - The Dreamer Evasive (2oo7)

If Interpol was (somewhat unfairly) pegged as a slavish imitation of Joy Division, it's perhaps inevitable and only slightly less unfair to mark new Brit indie rockers Apartment as a slavish imitation of Interpol. There are some absolutely undeniable points of comparison: the way that Interpol purified the post-punk throb of the Factory Records sound into a cleaner, more propulsive melding of urgent drumming and prominent basslines is all over The Dreamer Evasive. David Caggiari's got a similarly son of Ian Curtis vocal style as Interpol's Paul Banks, as well, and while David De Santis' guitar is more in the post-the Edge school of plane-crash drone (listen to his epic, unfurling buzz on the utterly glorious "10,000 Times," the album's clear high point), that familiar early-'80s sound keeps Apartment's obvious influences in the same approximate vintage. The main difference between Apartment and Interpol is that despite Caggiari's stentorian tones, he has little apparent interest in the sort of po-faced early-twenties angst that the other group tends to traffic in: the singles "My Brother Chris" and "Everyone Says I'm Paranoid" toss a little sly humor into the mix. Along with the rhythm section's tendency to keep things moving a little quicker and looser than most similar bands — "Tokyo for Miko" is downright brisk — these elements give Apartment just enough of a sense of self to keep from being lost in the flood of neo-post-punk acts.

1. Paid In Full
2. My Brother Chris
3. Fall Into Place
4. 10,000 Times
5. Pressures
6. June July
7. Everyone Says I’M Paranoid
8. Tokyo For Miko
9. Decisions Of Legomen
10. Ghost Of An Unforgivable Past
11. Beyond My Control

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Brett Anderson - Brett Anderson (2oo7)

When Suede released their self-titled debut album in 1993, vocalist Brett Anderson endeared himself to U.K. critics longing for another David Bowie or Morrissey. Born in Haywards Heath, England, on September 29, 1967, Anderson was named after the character Lord Brett Sinclair from the TV series The Persuaders. Anderson spent much of his childhood playing sports but fantasized about becoming a rock star. In his teens, Anderson played guitar for garage bands such as the Pigs and Geoff, the latter featuring future Suede bassist Mat Osman. Anderson then formed Suede with Osman and guitarists Bernard Butler and Justine Frischmann, Anderson's girlfriend. Drummer Simon Gilbert joined Suede in 1991, but Frischmann quit the group a year later to front the band Elastica. Even before Suede's first album appeared in stores, Anderson's vague confessions about his sexuality stirred controversy in the British press. In 1993, Suede hit number one on the U.K. charts. Combining Morrissey's homoerotic posturing with Bowie's glam theatrics, Anderson achieved instant fame in England. America, however, was still spellbound by the grunge revolution and Anderson's melancholy, over-the-top vocals clashed with the raw anger of Nirvana's Kurt Cobain and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder. Although the departure of songwriting partner Butler in 1994 led many to fear Suede's eventual demise, the band continued to release critically and commercially successful albums in the U.K.

1. Love Is Dead
2. One Lazy Morning
3. Dust And Rain
4. Intimacy
5. To The Winter
6. Scorpio Rising
7. The Infinite Kiss
8. Colour Of The Night
9. The More We Possess The Less We Own Of Ourselves
10. Ebony
11. Song For My Father

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Thursday, April 19, 2007

Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci - Barafundle

For those who have even heard of Gorky’s Zygotic Mynci, it’s likely about how bizarre their music is (they write some songs in Welsh and discuss wizards, gnomes, et. al when singing in English; they openly admit eating magic mushrooms before recording sessions, as well). And while they may indeed be weird, they have recorded some of the most inscrutable, iconoclastic pop of the ninties, as best experienced on ‘Barafundle’. In fact, ‘Barafundle’ has tunes on top of its tunes. It frequently eases into the most stunning melody, only to scrap it after a few bars and pick up on another. Euros Childs has a fine voice (as do Megan and John, his primary backing vocalists) but they’re often pushed to their limits by the vast melodic and harmonic ranges these songs explore. One gets the feeling that the complexity of the arrangements is also being dictated by the ambition of the tunes (as if they needed Spanish guitar, violin, jew’s harp and 12 kinds of organ just to reach all the notes). “Patio Song” and “Heywood Lane” are impossibly catchy and wonderfully crafted for staying power. “The Barafundle Bumbler” and “Sometimes the Father Is the Son” are spectacularly evocative hymns to childhood. “Diamond Dew” is the perfect overture to a psych-pop symphony, and if it doesn’t drive Brian Wilson and Paul McCartney into a desperate collaboration, then someone’s not paying attention.

1. Diamond Dew
2. Barafundle Bumbler
3. Starmoonsun
4. Patio Song
5. Better Rooms
6. Heywood Lane
7. Pen Gwag Glas
8. Bola Bola
9. Cursed Coined And Crucified
10. Sometimes The Father Is The Son
11. Meirion Wyllt
12. Wizard And The Lizard
13. Miniature Kingdoms
14. Dark Night
15. Hwyl Fawr I Pawb
16. Wordless Song

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Manic Street Preachers - Send Away The Tigers

Arkadaslar nihayet beklenen album Blogumuzda : ) Grup hakkinda hala bilgi sahibi olmayan varsa su adresten detayli bilgiyi alabilir ( ) .. Albumu henuz tam anlamiyla dinlemedim, fakat yorumumu en kisa zamanda ekleyecegimi belirtmek isterim : )

1.Send Away The Tigers
3.Your Love Alone Is Not Enough
4.Indian Summer
5.The Second Great Depression
8.I Am Just A Patsy
9.Imperial Bodybags

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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Kings Of Convenience - Riot On An Empty Street

Bir zamanlar "Simon & Garfunkel" dinlenirdi her kose basinda, her ask kafesinde ve tum romantik partilerde.. Artik gunumuze bu anlayis bambaska bir sekilde tasinmis olsa bile sound cok degismedi.. Grup uyeleri her ne kadar bu benzetilme karsisinda tepkili olsa bile maalesef bu dinleyicinin algiladigi soundu degistirmiyor.. Fakat grup uyelerinden "Erlend Oye" un, "DJ Kicks" ve benzer turu Dj Setler yaratiyor olmasi ve "Royksopp" la yapilan bir cok ortak proje bizlerin bu Norvec' li gruba bakis acisini sanirim biraz elektronize ediyor.. Bu album 2004 yilinda ulkemizde EMI Music etiketiyle yayinlandi.. Ve bize gore satis grafigi gayet basarili.. Ozellikle "Know How" i dinlediginizde kesinlikle kulaklariniza inanamayip, uzunca bir sure bu sarkidan ve albumden vazgecemeyeceksiniz.. Benden soylemesi : )

Track List
1. Homesick
2. Misread
3. Cayman Islands
4. Stay Out Of Trouble
5. Know How
6. Sorry Or Please
7. Love Is No Big Truth
I'd Rather Dance With You
9. Live Long
10. Surprise Ice
11. Gold In The Air Of Summer
12. The Build Up

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Kings Of Convenience - Quiet Is The New Loud (2oo1)

Track List

1. Winning A Battle, Losing A War
2. Toxic Girl
3. Singing Softly To Me
4. I Don't Know What I Can Save You From
5. Failure
6. Weight Of My Words, The
7. Girl From Back Then, The
8. Leaning Against The Wall
9. Little Kids
10.Summer On The Westhill
11.Passenger, The
12.Parallel Lines

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Mew - And The Glass Handed Kites

Evettt geldik "Mew" un son albumune.. Uzun ugraslardan sonra sizlerle bu albumu paylasiyor olmaktan gurur duyuyoruz.. Bir arkadasim "Onder" albume sahip oldugu icin bizi kirmayip upload etmistir.. Cok tesekkur ediyoruz kendisine.. "Mew" le alakali ayrintili bilgi sitemizde mevcut.. "Special", "The Zookeeper's Boy" ve "Chinaberry Tree" kesinlikle vazgecemeyecekleriniz arasinda ilk siralarda yer alacak.. Fazla soze gerek yok.. Iste karsinizda "Mew" : )

1. Circuitry Of The Wolf
2. Chinaberry Tree
3. Why Are You Looking Grave?
4. Fox Club
5. Apocalypso
6. Special
7. The Zookeeper's Boy
8. A Dark Design
9. Saviours Of Jazz Ballet (Fear Me, December)
10. An Envoy To The Open Fields
11. Small Ambulance
12. The Seeing Rain Weeps For You (Uda Pruda)
13. White Lipts Kissed
14. Louise Louisa

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Sunday, April 15, 2007

Lemongrass - Filmotheque

Bu aralar cok yogun oldugum icin blogla pek ilgilenemiyorum (yeni actik blogu gerci). Hatta genel olarak hic bir seyle ilgilenemez bir durumdayim. Muzik dinlerken bile secici davranamiyorum; alelacele ne denk gelirse basiveriyorum "play"e.. Gelgelelim bu album mutlaka bu blogta yer almali diye dusundum. Ya ben bu "gelisi guzel play'e basmalar" esnasinda cok eftere puften seyler dinlemisim ya da Lemongrass"in Filmotheque albumu gercekten cok hoş... Uzun uzun yazmak isterdim ama Roland Voss kalitesini anlatmak icin cokta uzun seyler yazmaya gerek yok...
Keyifli dinlemeler...

01. Elle Et Moi
02. Hot Day
03. Sakura
04. The Camera
05. Fritz The Cat
06. Aloha
07. Girl From Jupiter
08. Lonely Beach
09. Salon De Musique
10. Daydreamer
11. Spaceship
12. Streets Of Yokohama
13. Les Affaires
14. At Home
15. Hitchhikers
16. El Circolo Polar
17. Grass-hopper

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The Radio Dept. - Pet Grief

Gectigimiz haftalarda ulkemizde "Converse ve Bant Dergisi" sponsorlugunda duzenlenen "City Star Nights by Converse #2" kapsaminda "Babylon" da bir performans sergileyen Isvecli "The Radio Dept." in ilk albumu "Lesser Matters" bundan 3 sene once yayinlandi. "Lesser Matters", NME dergisinde "2004' un en iyi albumleri" siralamasina 9. siradan girerek toplulugun ununu Isvec sinirlari disina hizla tasirdi. Gectigimiz sene yayinlanan ikinci albumleri "Pet Grief" ise, topluluk icin daha olgun, daha kendinden emin bir kimyanin habercisiydi. "The Radio Dept" in -kendilerinin de dile getirdigi uzere- "My Bloody Valentine, Stereolab, New Order, Cocteau Twins ve Arap Strap" e duydugu saygi, onlarin pop muzige getirdigi dolambacli yaklasimda kendini rahatca ifade edebiliyor. Geçtigimiz sene "Sofia Coppola"nin "Marie Antoinette" filminin muziklerine de 3 parcasini bahsetmis..

Ve iste huzurlarinizda bu muhtesem grubun son albumu..

1.It's Personal
2.Pet Grief
3.A Window
4.I Wanted You To Feel The Same
5.South Side
6.The Worst Taste In Music (Extended)
7.Every Time
8.What Will Give
10.Sleeping In
12.Always A Relief

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The Wedding Present - George Best

Although the Wedding Present would go on to make more nuanced and refined albums later in its career, this 1987 debut full-length captures the band at its sweetly rambunctious best. Mixing a thunderous tidal wave of fuzzed-out guitars with classic pop melodies played at a furious clip, ‘George Best’ is the sound of a precocious bunch of young hipsters trying to recreate Phil Spector’s Wall of Sound with a limited musical arsenal–consisting of drums, bass, and guitars–and very little cash. Frontman David Gedge, who also writes the songs and plays guitar, sings about a variety of topics (most commonly love and its pitfalls) in what is one of the most unique and distinct voices in rock & roll: part aching wail, part brilliant lilt–a description not inappropriate to the Wedos themselves. Tracks like “Shatner,” “All This And More,” and “Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft” are gleefully rough around the edges, but posses an urgency and romanticism that is impossible to resist. While the band would refine and perfect the sound found here, ‘George Best’ remains a quintessential document of a truly brilliant band.

1. Everyone Thinks He Looks Daft
2. What Did Your Last Servant Die Of?
3. Don’t Be So Hard
4. Million Miles, A
5. All This And More
6. Getting Nowhere Fast
7. My Favourite Dress
8. Shatner
9. Something And Nothing
10. It’s What You Want That Matters
11. Give My Love To Kevin
12. Anyone Can Make A Mistake
13. You Can’t Moan Can You?
14. All About Eve
15. Nobody’s Twisting Your Arm
16. Nothing Comes Easy
17. Don’t Laugh
18. I’m Not Always So Stupid
19. Why Are You Being So Reasonable Now?
20. Not From Where I’m Standing
21. Give My Love To Kevin - (acoustic)
22. Getting Better
23. Pourquoi Es Tu Devenue Si Raisonnable?

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Ekibin En Iyi 20 si.. (2oo6)

Arkadaslar, yepyeni bir site ile sizlere "Merhaba" diyoruz.. Inaniyorumki kisa bir sure sonra hizla hepinizin sevgisini ve begenisini kazanicaz.. Amacimiz bu degil elbette, amacimiz artik bizlerin iyi bisiler dinlemesi ve tum bunlari tanidik-tanimadik, bildik-bilmedik herkese anlatmak, paylasmak.. Guzel bir gelecek umduyla : P

Iste bu ekibin cizgisine dair bir ipucu..

En Iyi 20 Album (2oo6) ..

1. TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain
2. Muse - Black Holes & Revelations
3. Beirut - Gulag Orkestar
4. Mono - You Are There
5. Ghostface Killah - Fishscale
6. Band Of Horses - Everything All The Time
7. Loose Fur - Born Again In The USA
8. Joanna Newsom - Ys
9. Scott Walker - Drift
10. I Love You But I’ve Chosen Darkness - …On Our Side
11. Lupe Fiasco - Food & Liquor
12. Grizzly Bear - Yellow House
13. Beck - The Information
14. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Show Your Bones
15. Two Gallants - What the Toll Tells
16. The Roots - Game Theory
17. Xiu Xiu - The Air Force
18. Wolf Eyes - Human Animal
19. Scissor Sisters - Ta Dah
20. The Fratellis - Costello Music

Hey gercek buu : )

Saturday, April 14, 2007

The Apples In Stereo - New Magnetic Wonder

When the Elephant 6 collective first began putting out records in the mid-1990s, teen angst and raw grunge pop dominated the airwaves, making the E6’s baroque psychedelia a whimsical reference to a bygone age. Since then, neo-psych has become the chief aesthetic of much of indie culture: from the orchestral ambitions of Sufjan Stevens to the brown acid bombast of Comets on Fire. In this milieu, the Apples in Stereo–perhaps the most definitive E6 band of the collective’s heyday–return with a whopper, the epic, 24-track ‘New Magnetic Wonder’, and a lesson for the droners in what a psych revival can be. Keyboardist Bill Doss, bassist Eric Allen, guitarist John Hill, and new drummer John Dufilho (ex-Deathray Davies) join Apples mastermind Robert Schneider in a blissed-out parade of kaleidoscopic pop with enough headphone candy to satisfy the stoners plus melodies for the soccer moms. ‘New Magnetic Wonder’ is full of positive anthems: “Can You Feel It?” kicks off the album like a rush of musical serotonin, while “Energy” reinvigorates lyrical platitudes (”the world is made of energy/and the world is the possibility”) with tent-revival enthusiasm. The backwards piano trickery and interlocking riffs of “Same Old Drag” refute the negativity of its title, while “Sun is Out” relocates Guided By Voices’ basement on McCartney’s “Penny Lane.” Learning from other definitive neo-psych moments such as XTC’s ‘Skylarking’ and the Stone Roses’ debut, ‘New Magnetic Wonder’ keeps its hooks in abundance and sounds referential without ever sounding dated. A swirling thrill.

1. Can You Feel It?
2. Skyway
3. Mellotron 1
4. Energy
5. Same Old Drag
6. Joanie Don’t U Worry
7. Sunndal Song
8. Droplet
9. Play Tough
10. Sun Is Out
11. Non-Pythagorean Composition 1
12. Hello Lola
13. 7 Stars
14. Mellotron 2
15. Sunday Sounds
16. Open Eyes
17. Crimson
18. Pre-Crimson
19. Vocoder Ba Ba
20. Radiation
21. Beautiful Machine Parts 1-2
22. Beautiful Machine Parts 3-4
23. My Pretend
24. Non-Pythagorean Composition (Locked Groove)

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The Cinematics - A Strange Education

On their full-length debut, the Scots band the Cinematics recall the early-1980s bass heavy dance grooves of bands like New Order and Simple Minds, notably on the angst-ridden “Break” and the rolling, percussive “Asleep At the Wheel”. “Rise and Fall” cruises along on the crest of a contemporary sounding hypnotic wave of rhythm guitar, with singer Scott Rinning sounding like a cross between the Cure’s Robert Smith and Coldplay’s Chris Martin. And while some may write this outfit off as another countless act in the recent dance-punk movement, ‘A Strange Education’ shows that the Cinematics have a bit more maturity and a promising future.

1. Race To The City
2. Break
3. Strange Education, A
4. Human
5. Chase
6. Rise & Fall
7. Sunday Sun
8. Keep Forgetting
9. Ready Now
10. Maybe Someday
11. Alright
12. Asleep At the Wheel

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Peter Bjorn and John - Writer’s Block

The Stockholm trio of Peter Moren, Bjorn Yttling, and John Eriksson scored a European hit with their delightfully amateurish “Young Folks” single, included here complete with whistling and bongos. The rest of their second album, a fully realized fusion of intelligent songwriting and innovative production, is equally enchanting. Moren’s “Objects Of My Affection” combines the rhythm, soul, and self-analysis of a ‘Rubber Soul’-era John Lennon composition with the atmosphere and melodic distortion of My Bloody Valentine, and Eriksson’s “Up Against The Wall” evokes Blur’s early Syd Barrett-influenced songs.

1. Writer’s Block
2. Objects Of My Affection
3. Young Folks
4. Amsterdam
5. Start To Melt
6. Up Against The Wall
7. Paris 2004
8. Let’s Call It Off
9. Chills, The
10. Roll The Credits
11. Poor Cow

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The Memory Band - Apron Strings

British electronic artist Stephen Cracknell imagines what 19th Century British folk music might’ve sounded like with the aid of his laptop. ‘Apron Strings’ brings together some of England’s finest young traditional instrumentalists and singers in service of songs both new and ancient. Subtle electronic textures shade the tracks, but the music is carried by the musicians. The meld of vocal harmonies and scraping, swooning strings evokes the haunted soundscapes of Fairport Convention: centuries-old music transformed into thoroughly contemporary meditations on longing and loss. The centerpiece is the 8-minute traditional ballad, “I Wish I Wish,” in which the singer declares she’d prefer death or a life of loneliness to ordinariness. In the same way, there’s nothing mundane about this stirring new-folk manifesto.

1. Blackwaterside
2. Come Write Me Down
3. Brambles
4. Green Grows The Laurel
5. I Wish I Wish
6. Light, The
7. Want To Know You
8. Deltic Soul
9. Why
10. Reasons
11. Evil
12. Poacher, The

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Bright Eyes - Four Winds (EP)

The six-track EP ‘Four Winds’ serves both as a taster for Bright Eyes’ spring 2007 full-length, ‘Cassadega’ (title track “Four Winds” is the album’s first single), and as a showcase for several new songs not to be found on the album proper. The previous pair of Bright Eyes albums were hit-or-miss stylistic experiments–the electronic explorations of ‘Digital Ash In A Digital Urn’ and the almost entirely acoustic ‘I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning’. But “Four Winds” is a strong return to the classic Bright Eyes sound: a modern updating of 1970s singer-songwriter pop in the tradition of Jackson Browne or Neil Young. This comparison would likely make many of leader Conor Oberst’s hipster followers shriek in horror, but it’s the truth, down to the country-rock fiddle hook. The remaining five tracks are in the same stylistic ballpark, with the particular highlight being “Smoke Without Fire,” a collaboration with avant-folk singer-songwriter and Old Weird Americanist M. Ward. Ben Kweller and Rachael Yamagata also guest.

1. Four Winds
2. Reinvent The Wheel
3. Smoke Without Fire
4. Stray Dog Freedom
5. Cartoon Blues
6. Tourist Trap

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The Photo Atlas - No, Not Me, Never

On its restless 2007 debut, ‘No, Not Me, Never’, the Photo Atlas unveils its bristling brand of dance-punk. The Denver-based quartet wears its influences proudly, with an intense sound that owes a great debt to Fugazi, particularly on the uber-angular “Handshake Heart Attack” and “The Walls Have Eyes,” which both find frontman Alan Andrews channeling Guy Picciotto via urgent, raspy yelps and sharp, stabbing guitar riffs. While the group is clearly in a lineage of ensembles such as the Rapture and Radio 4, the Photo Atlas’s tight interplay and sheer punk energy point to a slightly different path than the one followed by those more established acts.

1. Electric Shock
2. Merit
3. Light And Noise
4. Walls Have Eyes, The
5. She Was A Matador
6. Red Orange Yellow
7. Broadcasting Feedback
8. Little Tiny Explosions
9. Cutback
10. Handshake Heart Attack

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Mew - Frengers

1. Am I Why? No
2. 156
3. Snow Brigade
4. Symmetry
5. Behind The Drapes
6. Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years
7. Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed
8. She Came Home For Christmas
9. She Spider
10. Comforting Sounds

Bugun sizlere sunacagim bu album hayatim boyunca dinledigim en iyi 5 albumden biri ve kesinlikle tadina bakmanizi oneririm..
Bir suru aci ve lezzetsiz muziklerin bolca pompalandigi ulkemizin kendinden bihaber yasayan insanlarina bir 10 dakikanizi ayirinda iyi birseyler dinleyin diye haykirislarima iyi bir cevap olucak bu bana gore basyapit, olaganustu album..
Danimarka, Hellerup kokenli "The Mew", vokalde "Jonas Bjerre", gitarda Bo Madsen", bass gitarda "Johan Wohlert" ve davulda "Silas Graae" den olusuyor. Grubun tarzi "Dream Pop/Space Rock/Indie Rock" seklinde adlandirilabilir..

Morrissey - You Are The Quarry

Track List
1. America Is Not The World
2. Irish Blood, English Heart
3. I Have Forgiven Jesus
4. Come Back To Camden
5. I'm Not Sorry
6. The World Is Full Of Crashing Bores
7. How Could Anybody Possibly Know ...
8. First Of The Gang To Die
9. Let Me Kiss You
10. All The Lazy Dykes
11. I Like You
12. You Know I Couldn't Last

Tarihin asla affetmeyecegi turden acgozluluk dahisi sahsiyet "Morrissey", en sevidigim gruplardan biri olan"The Smiths" i dagitmis ve artik bu yolda solo suruslerle varim demis kisi..

Bu Ingiliz sahsiyet sonralari bana kendini fazlasiyla affettirmis ve bircok hatun planlarimda bana sarkilariyla eslik etmis, ilham vermis adamim : )

Ozellikle bu albumde "Let Me Kiss You" ve "I'm Not Sorry" ile "grubu dagittin 3 kurus para icin" gibilerinden bugune kadar icimde yasattigim tum isyanlarimin sendikasiz olmasi nedeniyle icimden cikarmama sebep olmustur..

Son olarak sunu soylemek isterim : Bu sahsiyetin uzerine Ingilizce ile bu denli kendini acindirarak ask sarkilari yazabilicek biri yoktur : )

"Ee haydi oyleyse dinleyelim bakalim.." dediginizi henuz duymamis olsamda duyacagimdan gayet emin size bu albumu hediye ediyorum.. : )

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Just Jack - Overtones

Track List
1. Writer's Block
2. Glory Days
3. Disco Friends
4. Starz In Their Eyes
5. Lost
6. I Talk Too Much
7. Hold On
8. Symphony Of Sirens
9. Life Stories
10. No Time
11. Mourning Morning
12. Spectacular Failures

Just Jack a.k.a. Jack Allsopp

"Will And Grace" ten "Jack Allsopp" un sarkici olmaya karar verdigi anda, sahnede ve reklaminda kullandigi o inanilmaz slogan, artik hayal olmaktan cikiyor ve ne oldugunu anlayamadigimiz, bir turlu tanimlamakta zorluk cektigimiz bir hal aliyor. Bize uzun soluklu ve arsivimizde ileride cocuklarimiza "aman ha bu cd ye iyi bak" diyecegimiz bir album dunyamiza giriyor..

"Overtones" icin "Brit-Hop" demek geciyor icimden ama ben yinede karari size birakiyor ve arsivinize bu albumu mutlaka katmaniz gerektigini israrla soyluyorum..

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