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toryjames
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Favorite electronic albums?

Post by toryjames » Sat Mar 24, 2007 2:07 pm

1. Erasure - Chorus
2. OMD - Dazzle Ships
3. Pan Sonic - Kulma
4. Yaz - Upstairs at Eric's
5. Depeche Mode - Violator

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Post by eric coleridge » Sat Mar 24, 2007 3:08 pm

mid 70s Eno
Kraftwerk
late 70s Iggy Pop, David Bowie
first few DAF records (early 80s)
Throbbing Gristle
Suicide

Grand Master Flash and the Furious Five featuring Melle Mel
Funky Four plus 1
Treacherous 3

Morton Subotnik
Stockhausen
Milton Babbit
Cage
LaMonte Young
Terry Riley
Tony Conrad
Steve Reich
Etc

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Post by Sweep » Sat Mar 24, 2007 6:54 pm

Wendy Carlos:

Sonic Seasonings
Well-Tempered Synthesizer
Beauty in the Beast
Clockwork Orange Soundtrack


Tim Blake:

Crystal Machine
Caldea Music II


Steve Hillage/Miquette Giraudy:

Rainbow Dome Musick


Tangerine Dream/Edgar Froese

Rubycon
Ricochet
Epsilon in Malaysian Pale

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Post by analoghaze » Sat Mar 24, 2007 9:47 pm

Orb: Adventures Beyond the Ultraworld.
Music can Name the Unnamable and Communicate the Unknowable.

'I am... everything is... changed... they're calling... your face... interwoven... who is...' Patient mumbles inaudibly to a tune (sounds like 'Thanks for the memory).

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Post by chris allert » Mon Mar 26, 2007 10:30 pm

i think the electronic recording i've enjoyed the most are the Jean-Jacques Perry/Gershon Kingsley Vanguard recordings. these are available in the collection "the out sound from way in" (vanguard cd 184/86-2) and include the albums perry and kingsley collaborated on: "the in sound from way out" (1966), "spotlight on the moog" (1967), as well as the perry only albums "the amazing new electronic pop sound of jean-jacques perry" (1969), and "moog indigo" (1970).

it's incredible to hear how completely different the tracks on these albums are from eachother. it's also amazing that they did all this with tape splicing techniques (no samplers in the late 1960s).

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Post by elanmak » Tue Mar 27, 2007 9:30 am

Daft Punk,
Justice,
Kavinsky,
Mr. Oizo,
Busy P,
DJ Mehdi,
Uffie,
Feadz....


I love the French house/electronica scene


And the inevitable Kraftwerk


Man Parrish is awesome, TR-808 explosion

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Post by eric coleridge » Tue Mar 27, 2007 2:20 pm

elanmak wrote: Man Parrish is awesome, TR-808 explosion
Yep, and Mantronix.

forgot Clause Noami too...

lot of others

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Post by Lengai » Tue Mar 27, 2007 5:45 pm

Deluxe: Let the Magic Flow

Children of the Bong: Sirius Sounds

Orbital: Orbital, Orbital 2, etc.

Autechre: Incunabula

The H.I.A.: Colourform, Freefloater, etc.

Genaside II: AD Finite

FSOL: ISDN, etc.

Eat Static: Implant and Abduction

Aphex Twin: Selected Ambient Works, Analog Bubblebath, etc.

Intermix: Phaze Two

Blue: Mexican Church, etc.

Way Out West: WOW

Biochip C: Breakdown

Pepe Deluxe: Supersound

VA: Explicit Beats (City of Angels: B00000J7WT)

The Prodigy: Music for the Jilted Generation

The Freestylers: We Rock Hard

The Crystal Method: Vegas, Keep Hope Alive EP

Uberzone: Faith in the Future, etc.

Ambient Dub Volume 2: Earth Juice

Banco de Gaia: Maya, Last Train to Lhasa, etc.

B. Nice: Electronic Stimulus 2

VA: Organism 01

Adam Freeland: Tectonics

Brain Pilot: Mind Fuel

Groove Armada: Lovebox

Cirrus: Drop the Break

VA: Hard Hop & Trypno

VA: White Noise

Lunatic Calm: Metropol

DJ Jesse Brooks: L.A. Groove

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Post by electrical_engineer_gEEk » Wed Mar 28, 2007 2:52 pm

lol....

eager like a beaver.....I'm giving you salami fever

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Post by Lengai » Wed Mar 28, 2007 6:16 pm

electrical_engineer_gEEk wrote:lol....

eager like a beaver.....I'm giving you salami fever
Man, I really hope they put out a new album. They have a song or two here and there. "Rock City" on Straight out the Cat Litter 3 is really good. There's actually a video for "Salami Fever" that I've seen on Myspace. Very low budget.

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Post by electrical_engineer_gEEk » Thu Mar 29, 2007 11:40 am

yah, the video is effin hilarious.....

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