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A rather random list of good things
J. Seber "baraquel"
"Everyone seems to think that Starsailor is Tim buckley's shining light, but this gem is by far the greater album."
Confusion Is Sex
"Back in the day when they really were the Sonic Youth, this album is terrifying!"
"Reaching further than their first album Slint pretty much started post rock"
"Probably Low's best album, Two-Step is an amazingly beautiful song."
"A mix of modern-classical music and a bit of loungy jazz put together with a rock attitude? Surely not?!"
Mi Media Naranja
"Sometimes Labradford can come off as a little bit boreing, but I felt my heart strings being plucked with the first track of this one, beautiful."
"This album started my affair with the avantgarde/post-rock genre, I couldn't believe that anyone could make a song last for 16 minutes1"
Black Heart Procession
"With seven of it's eleven songs having the word heart in them, and their name being The Black Heart Procession, expect tales of twisted heartbreak."
F# A# Oo
"So sad and terrifying all in one, it's difficult not to put this in any list."
"Tortoise's first venture into the world of funky instrumentals, in my opinion much better than their later stuff."
He Has Left Us Alone But Shafts Of Light Sometimes Grace The Corner Of Our Rooms
"ASMZ's first album; a very melancholic album of what can only be described as chamber music."
L'clat Du Ciel Tait Insoutenable
"Go for their debut first, and then move on to the Constellation released Stem Stem in electro, one of the few records with a saw!"
Those Who Tell The Truth
"I bought The Earth is not a Cold Dead Place and was slightly disappointed by EITS, but you will not be wronged if you buy this, their second album, brilliant stuff!"
"A lesson in thinking above our station, you try and work it out!"
"I hadn't really heard anything from Fugazi before, so when I bought this on a whim I was pleased to find that it was blooming fantastic!"
"I had Odelay from Beck and when I saw him on TV doing an acoustic performance of the beautiful songs on this album, I had to get it."
Finally We Are No One
"Very different from their first album, mum manage to create a perfect blend of cute pop and melancholy."
"I love the dark-side/light-side thing with this album, the first four tracks are quite attractive little ditties, whereas the last four delve deeper into the darker side of Sigur Ros."
As The Crow Flies
"I call it gothic-folk as it takes on a far more primal side to your average acoustic driven stuff."
This Is Our Punk-Rock"" Thee Rusted Satellites Gather + Sing
"ASMZ make their third album different from the first two and its good for it, I would have paid full price for the first track alone!"
Stand With The Stillness Of This Day
"So depressing you can feel yourself sinking into the ground..."
THE EYE OF THE STORM
"Shockingly low down in amazon's order of Bestselling Neurosis albums, this is Neurosis' finest moment, a mature, intellegent album that is apparently overlooked!"
Horses In The Sky
"ASMZ have evolved into a choral driven group and my God, they use it to staggering effect!"
"I have a thing for the melancholic use of Cello throughout the various releases on the Constellation label, and it is all culminated here in Esmerine."
Music Has the Right to Children
"Flittering between darkness and amusement, this electronic affair from Boards of Canada has the most extraordinary sense of nostalgia about it. Really brilliant stuff!"
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