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Old 10-08-01, 10:28 AM
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Today's CDs (10/8)

Breeders -- Pod
Breeders -- Baton Rouge 1994
Bright Eyes -- Every Day and Every Night
Bright Eyes -- Fevers and Mirrors
James Brown -- Live at the Apollo 1962
James Brown -- Star Time Vol. 1
James Brown -- Star Time Vol. 2
James Brown -- Star Time Vol. 3
James Brown -- Star Time Vol. 4
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Old 10-08-01, 10:48 AM
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Martyr A.D. - Human condition in 12 Fraction
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Old 10-08-01, 10:49 AM
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Migala - "Arde" (the car -- or my car -- doesn't do this one justice)
Beulah - "The Coast is Never Clear"


Whine of the day:

So my plan was to leave from the South Shore of Boston last night at 8, go to the Mates of State and Beulah show at the Middle East, and drive to Vermont after the concert. Yes, that would have meant getting home around 4 am.

Long story short: I got to the club at 9, but they were sold out. So I turned around and left and drove back to VT. Actually, I didn't drive straight back -- I made 2 wrong turns in Boston. Way below my average.

Now, I could have ordered a ticket ahead of time, but I wasn't sure until the last minute that I wanted to go. In my own defense, I checked the Middle East's web site Sunday afternoon, and it made no mention of the show being sold out. Another plan would have been to get on the guest list, since I had "talked" to the guy from Mates of State a few times. But I didn't.

As it turns out, I got home around 12:45, even though there was no traffic. Lots of construction zones cost me a bunch of time.

The only story I have that tops this one is the time I drove to Montreal to see Of Montreal, and the show was cancelled because they were detained at the border.
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Old 10-08-01, 11:03 AM
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Flower Kings - Flowerpower
L7 - Smell the Magic
Oyster Band - Deserters
Amenophis - Amenophis
Trip Shakespeare - Across the Universe
Richard Thompson - Mock Tudor
Coda - What a Symphony
Angel Witch - Angel Witch
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Old 10-08-01, 11:11 AM
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Saint Etienne - Smash the System
Techno Animal - Brotherhood of the Bomb
Paris - Sleeping with the Enemy
Gramm - Personal Rock
Aphex Twin - Drukqs [what a mess]

Jadzia and I were going to go see Idaho in Windsor this weekend, but we figured the border would suck.
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Old 10-08-01, 11:21 AM
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Originally posted by Pikul

Aphex Twin - Drukqs [what a mess]

Jadzia and I were going to go see Idaho in Windsor this weekend, but we figured the border would suck.
I have heard nothing good about the Aphex, except for Jamesheads. Too bad.

I thought you didn't go to shows anymore. You have something special for Idaho or just wanted to get out of the house?
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Old 10-08-01, 11:33 AM
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DJ Tiesto - Magik Seven Live In Los Angeles

Gatecrasher - Discotech Generations

and a few live DJ sets that I have on my computer.
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Old 10-08-01, 11:55 AM
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I have heard nothing good about the Aphex, except for Jamesheads. Too bad.
I prefer the Ambient Works records. Otherwise, he seems to be doing complex tracks for the sake of being complex. I'm not a big fan of Pussquisher or Pushsquarer or whatever his buddy's name is, either.

I thought you didn't go to shows anymore. You have something special for Idaho or just wanted to get out of the house?
The company Jadzia works for distributes Idaho. They're nice people, and we were thinking of checking out a restaurant near the venue that we've been wanting to try before the gig. The thought of being stuck in the Windsor-Detroit tunnel at 1AM wasn't too appealing.
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richard ashcroft - alone with everybody
toad the wet sprocket - pale
massive attack - mezzanine
machines of love and grace - butterfly wings
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Mucho Macho - Death on Wild Onion Drive

ordered: new Pulp single
Super Furry animals "Rings Around the World" single
Echobelly single
Elbow single "New Born
Roots Manuva single "Dreamy Days"
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Galactic - Late For The Future
Tim Reynolds - Stream
Charlie Hunter Quartet - Songs From The Analog Playground

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I saw Tool live last night, so I've listened to Opiate a few times today as well as

Garbage~ beautifulgarbage
Bjork~ Homogenic
Remy Zero~ The Golden Hum
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