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submitted Medicine Boy - Take Me With You When Your Disappear. 3 months ago
posted a comment on Pearl Jam - Leeds, UK - July 8, 2014. 4 months ago
"The Real Me" (The Who cover) was also played after "Fatal", but was left out probably because it wouldn't fit 3 CDs.
submitted Mighty Oaks - All Things Go. 6 months ago
posted a comment on David Sylvian - When Loud Weather Buffeted Naoshima. 6 months ago
good point. Even if you “think” you know David’s body of work and style, it’s worth to give it a listen first before buying, especially considering the price. I myself like it a lot, but that’s just me
posted a comment on Boards Of Canada - In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country. 7 months ago
This is almost 20 years old... yet, I think it has stood the test of time perfectly and as of today it is my very favorite BOC record.
submitted Już Nie Żyjesz - Tragedia. 7 months ago
posted a review of Steve Roach ▴ Michael Stearns ▴ Ron Sunsinger - Kiva. 8 months ago
This album is a massively overlooked masterpiece from Roach & Company. It never gets a mention or a nod in any "My top Steve Roach albums of all time", whereas, in fact, it is one of the most distinctive and complex Roach albums ever. It is also a great ... See full review
posted a review of Various - The Warp Of Plastik. 9 months ago
This CD bought with a magazine in mid-90's had a profound influence on me as a music fan. Up to that point I thought electronic music was either house/techno/rave, Kraftwerk, or Vangelis/Jarre/Tangerine Dream. I didn't know there was a huge space in ... See full review
submitted Jakub Żytecki - Nothing Lasts, Nothing's Lost. 10 months ago
submitted Deftones - Bloody Cape. about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Pearl Jam. about 1 year ago
You see, that’s the trick. As a matter of fact they are.
posted a review of Weedpecker - III. about 1 year ago
While I absolutely respect the opinion below, I think this album is a revelation. I am from Warsaw, so I'm biased, but hey - it's brilliant piece of music:)
posted a review of Pearl Jam - Forum Copenhagen, Denmark, July 10, 2012. about 1 year ago
A perfect finale to a perfect tour. Summer 2012, Pearl Jam tour, nine shows - unforgettable and emotional, but exhausting in physical terms. The band wanted to close the deal with something special - and they did. You are never gonna find a worse version ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - 06 6 00 - Cardiff International Arena - Cardiff, Wales. about 1 year ago
Powerful show in a quiet way. Nothing about this show is ordinary: opening song, hits in strange spots, a city they visited only once ever. A friendly atmosphere, some stage chit-chat, you can hear them play with smiling faces. I hope they visit Wales ... See full review
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posted a review of Pearl Jam - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, NL. Show 2 June 27 2012. about 1 year ago
It’s not easy to objectively assess this bootleg, because I’ve been there that night. It belongs to that rare and precious kind of shows I will never forget. For some time it used to be my favorite Pearl Jam show ever (today’s it’s not, but it still gets ... See full review
posted a comment on Pearl Jam - Ziggo Dome Amsterdam, NL. Show 2 June 27 2012. about 1 year ago
It IS one of the best setlists they ever played in Europe. The setlists they bring to the old continent are somehow inferior to the American ones - but this one is definitely up to that level. If there is a list of most memorable gigs they ever did in ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - Las Vegas, Nevada - October 22, 2000. about 1 year ago
This bootleg is special on many levels. It is Pearl Jam's 10th anniversary; which, from today's perspective, feels like nothing - but back then in the nineties time flew slower. 10 years was a lot and you can actually hear it. The band takes things in a ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - 30 5 00 - Wembley Arena - London, England. about 1 year ago
Pearl Jam is a people's band - by the people, for the people. They are not programmed to be perfect and most certainly not to please everyone. They are indeed a jam-band - when they take the stage, anything can happen. Of course, "Alive" and "Even Flow" ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - Oct. 22, 2003 - Benaroya Hall. about 1 year ago
This is by far the best live album by Pearl Jam I’ve heard, and that says a lot considering how many of them they’ve released. This particular gig was a one-off charity event; hence, the special one-off performance of semi-acoustic, quiet, seated songs. ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - 16 6 00 - Spodek - Katowice, Poland. about 1 year ago
9 years ago I wrote my words of endless love for this bootleg. It is absolutely timeless, which I tested only recently. The magic is still there, the intimacy, the warmth, the spontaneity - all of that wrapped in an atmosphere of not even a half-full ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - Live At The Orpheum Theatre April 12, 1994. about 1 year ago
This official bootleg is a completely different beast to those released later on a conveyor belt scale. This was the tour when they only started thinking of the whole official bootleg idea (see Atlanta 1994), which wasn't until 2000 - the result of which ... See full review
posted a review of Pearl Jam - Live At The Gorge 05/06. about 1 year ago
Referencing CD1-3 Sept. 1st 2005:

This show is a text book example that a great concert doesn't necessarily translate into a great bootleg - and vice versa. First off, I wasn't there, so I cannot comment on the show itself; however, being a Pearl Jam ... See full review
posted a comment on Ament* - Heaven/Hell. over 2 years ago
Finally! A vomit coloured vinyl for all the manic collectors. Nice one Jeff!
posted a comment on Popol Vuh - Aguirre. over 2 years ago
While I agree that this album is better suited to vinyl, it is still an amazing piece of music. This is where you start. Also, "Morgengruss II" must be one of the more blissful, relaxing pieces of rock music ever created, right there with "Albatross". In ... See full review
posted a review of Popol Vuh - For You And Me. over 2 years ago
Hugely underrated album in the Popol Vuh catalog, probably because it belongs to their new age era, with less (although not extinct) kraut traces. So harmonic and soothing, this album can play over and over to me and I am not getting tired of it. It's ... See full review
posted a comment on Carpenters - Now & Then. over 2 years ago
See instructions here in Notes how to tell them apart. I have the same matrix
https://www.discogs.com/Carpenters-Now-Then/release/10638735
posted a comment on The Beach Boys - Surf's Up. over 2 years ago
My copy has the label slightly rearranged. Brother and CBS logos are switched and the bottom text says: "Original sound recording made by Brother Records, Inc. CBS Records are the exclusive licensees for the UK Embassy is a trademark of CBS United ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Roach - Dreamtime Return. over 2 years ago
This is, by general acclaim, one the definite ambient albums of all time. It literally has everything this genre has to offer. A truly epic ride through mesmerizing music and perhaps an opus magnum of Steve’s life that even him wouldn’t match. I wish him ... See full review
posted a review of Biosphere - Substrata². over 2 years ago
"Substrata" is a life-changing experience. It is a seminal ambient music album, a must-listen-and-have for everyone even remotely interested in this genre. For those who don't like or never tried ambient, I'd say this is a perfect place to start, a ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Roach - Structures From Silence. over 2 years ago
This album is nothing less but sublime. It is not only a fundamental Steve Roach album, and my personal favorite (at least, so far; I haven't heard them all yet!) - it is also one of the best ambient albums of all time. It belongs to the timeless ... See full review
posted a review of Steve Roach, Robert Rich - Soma. over 3 years ago
I love "Soma" with all my heart. It's warm and soothing, but also works well with the dark and cold. It's quite an odd choice really, but to me, it is a go-to album by Steve Roach, at least in terms of his tribal style. It might not be the most popular ... See full review
posted a comment on Godspeed You Black Emperor! - F♯ A♯ ∞. over 3 years ago
My copy contains: road sign cover (print), black-on-green train print, squashed coin, yellow envelope, blueprint, credit sheet and concert flyer (Bomb). This version is the closest I can find on discogs. My copy was bought at their show in 2011 and I ... See full review
posted a review of Riverside - Love, Fear And The Time Machine. over 3 years ago
Disc 2 is pure ambient and is a worthy release on its own, not just a "bonus". I think I have actually listened to disc 2 more times than the main disc 1.
submitted Jimi Tenor - Intervision. over 3 years ago
submitted Red Snapper - Making Bones. over 3 years ago
submitted Blimp (3) - Superpolen. over 3 years ago
submitted Amarok (5) - Hunt. over 3 years ago
submitted Mighty Oaks - Dreamers. over 3 years ago
posted a review of Basement Jaxx - Remedy. over 3 years ago
This album was huge when it came out, but after 18 years... there's not much left of it. A lot of quality music has been made since.
posted a comment on Riverside - Eye Of The Soundscape. over 3 years ago
Yes it is. But "Time Travelers" were never part of this album. They were sold together with Eye by mystic (and apparently they still are - you can order them both through mystic.pl)
posted a comment on Neil Young - Peace Trail. over 4 years ago
Very nice review. Matches my emotions perfectly after listening to this record.
posted a review of New Order - Waiting For The Sirens' Call. over 4 years ago
It is true that this album did not impress back in the day, especially after such a brilliant predecessor as "Get Ready". However, almost ten years after (pun not intended), it simply sounds brilliant! It has the potential to attract new fans to the ... See full review
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posted a review of Geinoh Yamashirogumi - Akira - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. over 6 years ago
I found it in a record store in Bournemouth, UK. I think it was 1995. The CD cost 20 pounds and I couldn't afford it. A year later I came back for it - and it was still there, waiting for me. It is as EPIC as it gets. If you don't like anime, you should ... See full review
submitted Heart & Soul (7) - Heart & Soul Presents Songs Of Joy Division. over 7 years ago
posted a comment on Orbital - Snivilisation. over 7 years ago
Doncaster and Manchester Picadilly - I understand what you're saying. Only last year I was on that train, late afternoon somewhere in July, listening to one of my favorite records. I think I was alone on the train, as far as I could see. I thought I have ... See full review
posted a review of Orbital - The Altogether. over 7 years ago
I have approached this album with caution, knowing how many negative reviews it's gathered over the years. Of course I knew "Funny Break" years before, but only this morning I have finally listened to the album in its entirety. And it sounds great! It's ... See full review
posted a comment on BRMC* - Baby 81. over 9 years ago
I have received my copy today and I am giving it a try right now. So far I've not noticed anything extraordinary (in a negative sense). If your copy is unplayable, it should be valid for a replacement.
posted a review of Pearl Jam - 05-20-2010 New York, NY. over 9 years ago
I envy the Americans. On their home turf, Pearl Jam are getting this extra boost, which lifts their stunning live performance even higher than usual. The setlist here speaks for itself - a purely majestic mix of rock power and fragile sensitivity turned ... See full review