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I've continually had a liking for the mystical, but it wasn't until I matured a little iota that I discovered John Maus!
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It came! It came! :victory:

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just got my copy today. it is beautiful! :truluv:


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Was listening to an mp3 mix CD in the car on the way home from work today, and both "Bodies" and "Holidays in the Sun" (both by the Sex Pistols) came up, and I had a flood of recall come back, the moment I was seduced by the punk rock thing.

1985, in high school, waiting after school to get picked up (why I don't know; I rode my bike to school until I was old enough to drive, then I drove). I was a sophomore and this super cool senior friend Mike (a drummer in the school band; I played sax) was playing Sex Pistols on his boom box. I knew of the band through another friend but this was the first "a-ha!" Moment for me. Those 2 songs filled me with a rush of adrenaline that I still feel today. Within months I was a punk/hardcore junkie.

Postscript: I found out many years later that Mike (the most hardcore Bowie fan I've ever known btw; he looked exactly like Bowie on the Aladdin Sane cover) became semi-famous as the drummer in the Goo Goo Dolls, a band I never liked. I looked at some CDs later in the shop and sure enough, there he was!


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Probably my favorite Julian Cope album. It's crazy. The deluxe version is the one to get.


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new alex cameron record is poppy AF
He is awesome live! Seeing him again in November.


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Oh and yeah, the Joey Agresta album is so good. A shame he hates planes as I'd love to catch him live somewhere in Europe.


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galcher lustwerk, sonic youth, john fahey, uku kuut, drab majesty, in time


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THEE OH SEES - "A Weird Exits"

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MICHAEL HOENIG - "Departure from the Northern Wasteland" (1978)

One of my favorite albums ever. Just good old 70s style German sequenced electronics, like Tangerine Dream but more melodic. I've been listening to this album pretty regularly for more than 30 years. It comforts me when I'm feelin' down. :'(


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