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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Ufomammut - Godlike Snake

I couldn't find a decent quality pic of the cover-art, but I'm trying hard.
So, Ufomammut's Godlike Snake. It's heavy. It's psychedelic. It's stoner-elevator music, as described by a reviewer on Yeah, he's right. You get trippy bass-lines, down-down-down-tuned riffs, a shitload of effects and synthetic sounds. Get it, it's tasty.

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Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Mark Lanegan - Bubblegum

Ahhh... I'd go gay for Mark Lanegan, seriously (according to the majority of my friends, I already did). His voice is so powerful... And that's not all! On Bubblegum he moved away a bit from the almost entirely country/noir-folk sonic world of his previous solo albums and brought in more dirty blues, more rock, more aged drum-machines (heard in "Metamphetamine Blues" and "Head" - mmmm). Oh, did I mention the collaborators?
PJ Harvey. Josh Homme. Nick Olliveri. Enough said.
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Melvins - (a) Senile Animal

Mmmm, a sweet-sweet personal favourite, the Melvins' latest effort, (a) Senile Animal. The Melvins core (Buzz Osborne and Dale Crover), spiced up with the two members of Big Business - sweet-sweet heaviness! To be honest, Big Business always sounded like a Melvins tribute band, so basically we get a doubled Melvins. Something I can live with.
This album rocks from the first track to the last. I get shivers every time I hear the opening double-drumming of "Civilized Worm" or the ass-kicking riff of "The Talking Horse". The Melvins may be ancient, but you know, weirdness is like wine... It only gets better with age.
(I don't like wine. Whatever. I like the Melvins. And (a) Senile Animal might just be their best work)
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Oxbow - Love That's Last

Or, as the full title goes: Love That's Last: A Wholly Hypnographic And Disturbing Work Regarding Oxbow. Nifty, huh? And amazingly good stuff. A huge (usually half-naked) bodybuilder with anger managment problems? Noised-up blues riffs? Disharmony, destruction, the end is here or very close? Oxbow's 2006 compilation record has it all...
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Tuesday, November 6, 2007


All uploaded albums are for demonstrational purposes. If you like them, buy them. If you don't like them, delete them after three days. If you want to have an album removed, contact me.

All albums are in 128 kbps mp3's, compressed into a single .rar archive (no password), uploaded to I decided to use sharebee to give you a chance to download from a preferred service: badongo, zshare, rapidshare or megaupload.

That's it. Have fun!