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  1. Remember the song "Take On Me"? Yeah, the one with the video clip of a guy going in and out of a draw?

    Well, I just got that album in vinyl ["Hunting High and Low"].


    1. tailsBOOM!


      Nice!  Hear any good new music since we last talked?

    2. Solister



      This quarantine has been very busy for my musics. I made a huge marathon of The Beatles with 7 of their 13 "official" albums + a few compilation tracks not onto those 7 albums, a little more than 8 hours. I've also beat 2 Kraftwerk albums, Trans-Europe Express and Electric Cafe, with the last one probably getting into my top 3 of the best albums of all time.

      Hard to say this but once my favorite band, Julien-K (Who made songs for Sonic too) released a metal/industrial themed album which didn't pleased me at all. Though some cool songs, it doesn't stand a chance to their best album who tops that Top 3 I just mentioned.

      Aside those, I guess just tracks I've heard via streaming but don't belong to an album specifically. Btw, here's a list of all albums I've listened and those I still want to listen this quarantine.


      • The Beatles - Please Please Me (1963)
      • The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (1964)
      • The Beatles - Rubber Soul (1965)
      • The Beatles - Revolver (1966)
      • The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (1967)
      • The Beatles - The Beatles (White Album) (1968)
      • The Beatles - Yellow Submarine (1969)
      • The Beatles - Love Songs (1982) [Selected songs not present on mentioned albums]
      • The Beatles - Past Masters vol. 1 & 2 (1988)
      • The Beatles - 1 (2000) [Selected songs not present on mentioned albums]
      • Kraftwerk - Trans-Europe Express (1977)
      • Kraftwerk - Electric Cafe (1986)
      • Julien-K - Harmonic Disruptor (2020)

      Wanting to Listen:

      • a-ha - Hunting High and Low (1985)
      • Fluke - The Techno Rose of Blighty (1991)
      • Fluke - Six Wheels on My Wagon (1993)
      • Gouryella - From the Heavens (2016)
      • FERR - As Above So Below
      • OceanLab - Sirens of the Sea (2008)
      • Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
      • Paul van Dyk - Guiding Light (2020) [Currently Unreleased]
        & Any other cool stuff I might have forgotten or I keep finding during Quarantine


      Sirens of the Sea (2008) is considered a masterpiece. Since I first knew about it, I promised myself I'd chose one track (Which accidentally seems to be the most popular one) and then I'd only listen the full album if I ever get it in physical media. Though I partially broke this promise, I'm kinda considering brake it in full because of quarantine.

      FERR and Gouryella are actually the same person, Ferry Corsten. Gouryella, despite seeming a very ugly name, have a beautiful message behind it. I add From the Heavens (2016) this week, I'm looking if I find all tracks on SoundCloud, but if not, I probably will do my own tracklist of the album (Gouryella doesn't have so many tracks).

      Sorry for the long post but I'll try to shortly answer your question. Yeah, I've made some good finds, Electric Cafe being the biggest surprise while Sgt. Peppers probably being the best of them all. I've considered, though I'm pretty uninspired to write texts, about making a full Beatles review.

      Last but not least, I think this is my list of albums everyone should try it once:

      1. Julien-K - California Noir - Chapter One: Analog Beaches & Digital Cities (2015)
      2. The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (1967)
      3. Kraftwerk - Electric Cafe (1986)

      I think I'll end my list on 3 because the next would be a constant battle between Julien-K and Beatles. I see many albums from my wanting to listen list will join this countdown. Others artists (Actually the vast majority) don't work with the albums system mostly dropping singles whenever they finish a new song, or I simply like songs from different albums. Not sure if compilation/hit collection counts.

      Again, sorry for the long post and hope you didn't gave up in the mid of the process of reading. Currently, I'm organizing a few more vinyl I receive, and you know what? They might be a good subject for a topic. This idea just popped up into my mind.

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