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anoldsoulsong -
84
Second only to The Velvet Underground, the early releases from Black Sabbath have been able to wield an amount of relevance unlike most bands of their era with 'Paranoid' being their most accessible and quintessential work. Not that it's a bad thing being easy to play. Far from it actually. The vividness of Paranoid's lyrics are quite astonishing. I like to think that's in part to how each song on Paranoid feels like its own piece; with Side A being the best example. With songs like the title ... read more
anoldsoulsong -
66
My little sister said she'd steal my femur if I didn't listen to this. So, yeah. Here I am. (Hopping on one leg nevertheless.)

Some pretty fun arrangements await on this one. It's nice and spiffy. Snazzy even. Some pretty straightforward rock with some blushes of J-Pop and Jazz with some great performances from the vocal and rhythm department just for good measure. I just wish it went a harder on the mixing. It sounds a little too polished and some songs wear out their welcome quite easily. A ... read more
anoldsoulsong -
83
One day, I'll actually be old in age (you will too, mind you) and these will be the sounds that I'll associate myself with as the hours go by faster and my life slowly begins to lose relevance to the new 'modern' each and every day.
anoldsoulsong -
90
Coltrane's tenor saxophone was always an extension of himself. To hear these agonizing wails and the madness that ensues in this tight ensemble (that includes Alice Coltrane, Rashied Ali, and Pharoah Sanders no less) not only clashes with the uniformity that Coltrane is commonly known for, but is largely indicative of something...morbid. Deterioration is the word I'm looking for, yes. It's honestly painful to listen to sometimes. Especially if you grew up with Coltrane like me. I had a moment ... read more
anoldsoulsong -
84
Long Season, much like the later works of the Fishmans, is a deconstruction of urban modernity. However, here we see an abstraction of this idea. A longing for contentment even. Over the course of one, thirty-five minute song (broken into five distinct parts) we see the creative pendulum swing between said urbanism (and the sorrows circulating within) to a second and third act that are both structured on wind chimes, minimalistic synths, and tribal drumming. Which, is obviously a nod to nature. ... read more
Aug 17, 2020
Beautiful songs?
Jun 19, 2020
Hiya! I'm new to the site and wanted to know, what's your favorite album to cook to? Not for a list, just for my own curiosity! :3
Jun 1, 2020
Glad you were able to make that call if that's how you were feeling. I've been pretty good. I've got my first exam coming up tomorrow, so I've been largely focusing on that. Getting pretty tired of this lockdown as well, but I'm sure everyone is haha
May 28, 2020
I'd love to catch up with you if possible. Let me know! :)
May 28, 2020
Gav! Is that you? (I do in fact realise I almost sound like that recurring character from Red Dead Redemption 2)
May 18, 2020
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This is just a means of tracking what I've listened to. Not a perfect representation of my tastes though. Maybe I'll do a little expression from time to time. Howdy do?
Rating Distribution
90-99
 
12

80-89
 
27

70-79
 
30

60-69
 
19

50-59
 
9

40-49
 
3

30-39
 
3

20-29
 
3

10-19
 
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0-9
 
3

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