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 Post subject: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:31 pm 
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I will archive all my recs here.

Red albums will be the most highly reccomended.

1/13/2011
The Red Elvises - Russian Bellydance
Genres: Surf rock/rockabilly
Download if you enjoy: Surf music, eastern European music
Russian Bellydance (1998) ~http://www.mediafire.com/?jk95a4mjdk41g4o

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This is one of my favorite novelty records. It's Russians playing surf and rockabilly music, and they do it beautifully. The band's discography is not very strong, this is all you need. It's their classic 1998 album I Wanna See You Bellydance re-released with the singing all in Russian. The music is shallow, but it's incredibly fun. There's nothing like hearing a Russian grunt in the most guttural of languages "I want to see you bellydance!" The singer actually has an incredible voice, it's evocative and expressive. The guitar playing is really top notch. There's nothing creative on here, it's all very unoriginal and you can probably note a classic melody in every song. The novelty lies in the color, which is very cheerful, bright, and fun--all the while being expressed in thick Russian.

~http://www.mediafire.com/?jk95a4mjdk41g4o

11/20/2010
Soap&Skin
Genres: goth/industrial/piano
Download if you enjoy: Regina Spektor, The Cure
Lovetune for Vacuum ~http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BFNZO95L

10/12/2010
Salem Al Fakir
Genres: Swedish pop/rock/glam
Download if you enjoy: Scissor Sisters, but want more rock and less disco
Astronaut ~http://www.4shared.com/file/et89Q--M/Salem_Al_Fakir-Astronaut-2009-.htm

Planes Mistaken For Stars
Genres: Post-hardcore/sludge metal
Download if you enjoy: Mastodon, Melvins
Fuck With Fire (2001) ~http://www.mediafire.com/?m4xzylkkzm2
Up In Them Guts (2004) ~http://www.mediafire.com/?tlyyl1g2zz2
Mercy (2006) ~http://www.mediafire.com/?mtmjkomwmmd

Piano Magic
Genres: Post-rock/ambient/dream-pop
Download if you enjoy: Talk Talk
Artists' Rifles ~http://rapidshare.com/files/219932463/_2000__Piano_Magic_-_Artists__rifles.rar
Discography: ~http://www.thesirenssound.com/2009/02/02/piano-magic/

The Veils
Genres: Post-punk revival/indie/folk
Download if you enjoy: The National, Nick Cave
Nux Vomica ~http://rapidshare.com/files/67301942/The_Veils_-_Nux_Vomica__2006_.rar
Sun Gangs ~http://www.mediafire.com/?ydtadmgjwty

Janis Ian
Genres: Singer-songwriter/folk-rock
Download if you enjoy: early Tim Buckly
Between the Lines ~http://www.mediafire.com/?ngi2zngyy2u

Neun Welten
Genres: European folk/dark ambient
Download if you enjoy: Ulver's Kveldssanger
Vergessene Pfade ~http://www.mediafire.com/?momjzm22mmi

Screamo Series
Lights For Nero
Genres: Screamo/jazz-punk/hardcore punk
Download if you enjoy: Naked City
Lights For Nero ~http://www.mediafire.com/?nyyiahnzlvh

La Dispute
Genres: Post-hardcore/screamo
Download if you enjoy: mewithoutYou, Sunny Day Real Estate
Somewhere at the Bottom of The River Between Vega & Altair ~http://www.mediafire.com/?4mjyztmjio2

Off Minor
Genres: Screamo/Post-hardcore/math rock
Download if you enjoy: Converge, Circle Takes the Square
The Heat Death of the Universe ~http://www.mediafire.com/?xbzn2ftpd22

I Would Set Myself On Fire For You
Genres: Screamo/jazz-punk/post-rock
Download if you enjoy: Midori
Believes In Patterns ~http://www.megaupload.com/?d=IZ3F2TP4


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 Post subject: Re: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
PostPosted: Tue Oct 12, 2010 3:12 pm 
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Download this if you like Scissors Sisters, but you wish they were less disco and more souul:

Dipsoid wrote:
I also wanted to share this album with you guys, it's pretty fantastic. It's Swedish pop by a singer named Salem Al Fakir. It's very "classic" sounding. Salem's voice is very unique and I like it a lot. There's power pop, soul, arena rock, and psychedelic influence here. Not everything is successful, but overall I think this is a very good album.

It's Only You, Pt. II - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyBHSKigeKk&feature=fvw
This was featured on some sort of car commercial if I'm remembering correctly, excellent, catchy song regardless.

Bluest Eyes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4hBX0BkNAE

Salem Al Fakir - Astronaut
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~http://www.4shared.com/file/et89Q--M/Salem_Al_Fakir-Astronaut-2009-.htm


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 Post subject: Re: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
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Soap&Skin - Lovetune for Vacuum

Bringing the deep, sad, and monotone singing from goth to soft piano rock, Soap&Skin provides a really fresh take on goth music. Some songs are simple mournful piano ballads while others are ambient industrial landscapes--often building a sweet piano melody into a bleak desperate crescendo with repeating samples of obscure machinery sounds. For the most part, the music S&S writes is black and depressing. It's a kind of delicate pop that will crush your soul. There's even an instrumental electronic glitch track randomly thrown in near the end. It's a very impressive album to say the least.





~http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BFNZO95L


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 Post subject: Re: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
PostPosted: Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:08 pm 
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Dipsoid wrote:
Download this if you like Scissors Sisters, but you wish they were less disco and more souul:

Dipsoid wrote:
I also wanted to share this album with you guys, it's pretty fantastic. It's Swedish pop by a singer named Salem Al Fakir. It's very "classic" sounding. Salem's voice is very unique and I like it a lot. There's power pop, soul, arena rock, and psychedelic influence here. Not everything is successful, but overall I think this is a very good album.

It's Only You, Pt. II - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyBHSKigeKk&feature=fvw
This was featured on some sort of car commercial if I'm remembering correctly, excellent, catchy song regardless.

Bluest Eyes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w4hBX0BkNAE

Salem Al Fakir - Astronaut
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~http://www.4shared.com/file/et89Q--M/Salem_Al_Fakir-Astronaut-2009-.htm


Thanks for the recommend - great song writing and vocals. Listened to a few tracks!


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 Post subject: Re: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
PostPosted: Sat Dec 11, 2010 3:10 pm 
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Dipsoid wrote:
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Soap&Skin - Lovetune for Vacuum

Bringing the deep, sad, and monotone singing from goth to soft piano rock, Soap&Skin provides a really fresh take on goth music. Some songs are simple mournful piano ballads while others are ambient industrial landscapes--often building a sweet piano melody into a bleak desperate crescendo with repeating samples of obscure machinery sounds. For the most part, the music S&S writes is black and depressing. It's a kind of delicate pop that will crush your soul. There's even an instrumental electronic glitch track randomly thrown in near the end. It's a very impressive album to say the least.





~http://www.megaupload.com/?d=BFNZO95L


Haunting - and it drew me in like a hypnotic spell. Thanks for posting


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 Post subject: Re: Songs for and from the Dipsoidian Furnace
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The Red Elvises - Russian Bellydance

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This is one of my favorite novelty records. It's Russians playing surf and rockabilly music, and they do it beautifully. The band's discography is not very strong, this is all you need. It's their classic 1998 album I Wanna See You Bellydance re-released with the singing all in Russian. The music is shallow, but it's incredibly fun. There's nothing like hearing a Russian grunt in the most guttural of languages "I want to see you bellydance!" The singer actually has an incredible voice, it's evocative and expressive. The guitar playing is really top notch. There's nothing creative on here, it's all very unoriginal and you can probably note a classic melody in every song. The novelty lies in the color, which is very cheerful, bright, and fun--all the while being expressed in thick Russian.

~http://www.mediafire.com/?jk95a4mjdk41g4o


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