Question of the Week: Seven Months In…

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August 2, 2009 by A.C. Rhodes

And the times they a change back again.

And the times they a change back again

what have you listened to and seen that stands out most?

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4 thoughts on “Question of the Week: Seven Months In…

  1. 1. Morrissey–“Years Of Refusal”
    2. Caroline Weeks–“Songs For Edna”
    3. Kendra Shank–“Mosaic”
    4. Ripynt (aka MC Ripynt)–“RIP: Re-Inventing Poetics”
    5. Faunts–“Feel.Love.Thinking.Of”
    6. Laura Barrett–“Victory Garden”
    7. Booker T.–“Potato Hole”
    8. Various Artists–“Keep Your Soul: A Tribute To Doug Sahm”
    9. Tara Jane O’Neil–“A Ways Away”
    10. Pet Shop Boys–“Yes”

    Bubbling under: Kanye West, Marianne Faithfull, Busdriver, Cheap Trick, Paul Potts

    Looking forward to hearing: Smoosh, Tiny Vipers, Otis Taylor, Spencer Day, Moby, Human Skab, and heck, Kate Rusby’s Christmas album if it gets released here

    Anyone else?

    Andrew

  2. Todd Totale says:

    In order, of course:

    Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavilion
    Sonic Youth – The Eternal
    Mastodon – Crack The Skye
    Blue Roses – Blue Roses
    Japandroids – Post Nothing
    The Church – Untitled #23
    Fever Ray – Fever Ray
    Heaven & Hell – The Devil You Know
    Black Moth Super Rainbow – Eating Us
    William Elliott Whitmore – Animals In The Dark

    So far, of course.

  3. Reya Hart says:

    The Devil Makes Three- Do Wrong Right
    Animal Collective – Merriweather Post Pavilion
    Blackbird Raum-Swidden
    Dirty Projectors- Bitte Orca
    Iggy Pop- Preliminaires

  4. Levon says:

    Pavement “Wowee Zowee”

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