My mom got me Neil Young's Harvest on cassette today. It was still in the original packaging and everything. I felt bad about opening it and playing it. I even wrote a song about it (meant to be sung like a Neil Young song, of course).
God I love Neil Young, huge fan of his. I only have four of his albums, but I want to get more, even his Kraftwerk inspired album Trans which I love because its the best possible mix of early synth pop and hard rock.
I got a few albums yesterday. Comedown Machine by The Strokes, The Slip by Nine Inch Nails, and Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots by The Flaming Lips.
In celebration of actually doing something I said I'd do and not buy any CDs for a month, I bought CDs. :I
I got Seal's self-titled debut, which is really pretty neo-soul that I heard a lot when I was little, and Voivod's Target Earth, which is freaking awesome progressive metal. One of my favorite albums of 2013 so far.
I got six albums today: The Velvet Underground & Nico by The Velvet UndergroundFantasies & Delusions by Billy JoelDemon Days by GorillazMumps, Etc. by Why?Field Manual by Chris WallaThe Resistance by Muse
I've been ogling Mumps, Etc. from afar for the last three times we've been to the record store, finally got it today. Then Field Manual I just got cuz it was two bucks and I know the guy is in Death Cab For Cutie. :I
My dad also got some Skrillex, Run-DMC, and Blind Faith, but I don't really plan on checking those out much.
Yo, Run-DMC is tight.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt Yo, Run-DMC is tight. The whitest sentence of the year, right here.
Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt Yo, Run-DMC is tight. All I know of them is they completely desecrated Walk This Way. :I
Originally Posted by Laïka All I know of them is they completely desecrated Walk This Way. :I Okay, besides that. Originally Posted by Fab The whitest sentence of the year, right here. I simply speak the language of my people.
I found Philip Glass's Symphony No. 2 at a pawn shop for one buck, so I nabbed it. It contains the titular symphony along with the Interlude from Orphée Act II Scene V and Concerto for Saxophone Quartet and Orchestra.