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Philosophy of a Knife 31st August 2013 08:10 PM

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Recent charity shop picks...

Aim - Cold Water Music - absolute classic!
DJ Kentaro - Enter - DMC champ album promo. Loads of cool guests including New Flesh and Pharcyde
Goldfrapp - Supernature - despite loving them when I saw them live a few years back I never owned any of their albums
Mr Scruff - Keep it Unreal - another classic.
Julia Holter - Ekstasis - promo album. No idea, but the writeup was good.
Drum & Bass Arena - 3CD mix, lots of classics.
The Police - 2 CD greatest hits.
Demon Hunter - 45 Days - Love the band, chuffed to score this in a local charity shop. Live DVD, 45 Days documentary DVD and 45 Days CD! Now popping in there every other day incase they put out anymore DH.

Make Them Die Slowly 1st September 2013 03:39 PM

Scott Walker: Scott the Collection 1967-1970

Wes 1st September 2013 06:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Make Them Die Slowly (Post 362803)
Scott Walker: Scott the Collection 1967-1970

That's on my ever increasing list of stuff to get... It took me a long time to get the hang of Scott Walker... Tilt was great and so was The Drift, but the songs off the Scott albums were a lot trickier. I have a pretty good Scott Walker compilation album (Boychild) which covers these records and it's been getting a lot of plays lately...

Make Them Die Slowly 1st September 2013 07:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Wes (Post 362838)
That's on my ever increasing list of stuff to get... It took me a long time to get the hang of Scott Walker... Tilt was great and so was The Drift, but the songs off the Scott albums were a lot trickier. I have a pretty good Scott Walker compilation album (Boychild) which covers these records and it's been getting a lot of plays lately...

To be honest Wes, I know nothing about him, it was an impulse buy whilst I was in town today. Perhaps not my wisest move given that I just split from Mrs MTDS and feel rather lonely without seeing the kids every day, it's very emotive music. However, objectively it's fantastic stuff. It's making an interesting soundtrack to my reading of Ballard's "Concrete Island" which I also picked up today.

Wes 1st September 2013 07:20 PM

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Originally Posted by Make Them Die Slowly (Post 362844)
To be honest Wes, I know nothing about him, it was an impulse buy whilst I was in town today. Perhaps not my wisest move given that I just split from Mrs MTDS and feel rather lonely without seeing the kids every day, it's very emotive music. However, objectively it's fantastic stuff. It's making an interesting soundtrack to my reading of Ballard's "Concrete Island" which I also picked up today.

Yep, that was diving in at the deep end but if it works for you right now in your life, then it was a good choice... Yeah, I saw your call out about Concrete Island, excellent read I think. I recently picked up a new-ish book of collected Ballard interviews and his views, opinions and insights into ever facet of life are genuinely extraordinary...

Incidentally, while we're discussing reads, have you picked up any issues of the Abraxas, an occult periodical ?

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Make Them Die Slowly 1st September 2013 08:03 PM

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Originally Posted by Wes (Post 362848)
Yep, that was diving in at the deep end but if it works for you right now in your life, then it was a good choice... Yeah, I saw your call out about Concrete Island, excellent read I think. I recently picked up a new-ish book of collected Ballard interviews and his views, opinions and insights into ever facet of life are genuinely extraordinary...

Incidentally, while we're discussing reads, have you picked up any issues of the Abraxas, an occult periodical ?

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No I've not. 'I've looked at them many a time but the price has always put me off. That said, I do have a Kenneth and Steffi Grant book by the same publisher that is stunningly beautiful to behold as was the price.

I rarely buy occult books these days other than the on going reissues of Grant's books. I tend to work in 3 year cycles of interest, with one subject leading to another but increasing the whole. I'm presently exploring Angel magick but not in a fluffy bunny new age way. I should up date the list of books I rate on the "Wicked Witchery" thread.

SoldierBill 2nd September 2013 05:21 PM

Yap, I read the last two issues and it's now 15. Thought that was very good for what you get actually.

I hear they're coming out with a new one soon too...

Wes 2nd September 2013 07:46 PM

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Originally Posted by SoldierBill (Post 362999)
Yap, I read the last two issues and it's now 15. Thought that was very good for what you get actually.

I hear they're coming out with a new one soon too...

Many thanks Bill, thanks for writing. I think I will pick up one of these. I've been looking at these long enough...

SoldierBill 2nd September 2013 07:55 PM

You're welcome Wes. Awesome blog btw!

Wes 2nd September 2013 07:58 PM

Ah thanks, much appreciated... it's looking a bit fallow these days which is down to pure laziness I fear. But thanks again...


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