Here Are the Albums I Listened To (8/03/18)
Cynic – Traced In Air (2008)
Having “did sonny rollins wear a porkpie hat” and “how to sweep pick” in your recent Google history.
Steely Dan – Two Against Nature (2000)
Doing whippits at your fifty year high school reunion and shooting perfect pool–against yourself–for the rest of the night.
Manuel Göttsching – Inventions for Electric Guitar (1975)
Mario Kart in real life on the Autobahn, backwards.
Chris Bell – I Am the Cosmos (1992 by way of the mid-70’s)
Trying to get the sand out of your heart after a long day at the beach.
Queens of the Stone Age – Rated R (2000)
On your five mile walk home in mid-January, you wonder if that was really coke you did with those models and also wonder if they were actually models.
Remember Sports – Slow Buzz (2018)
You’re 26 now, but you just found the hoodie you wore every chilly night the summer before you moved away for college.
Sudan Archives – Sink (2018)
Every time you start dancing, it becomes midnight everywhere in the world at once and the full moon is the only light that exists.
Tucky Buzzard – Warm Slash (1971)
Grand Funk except all the members have lingering effects of blunt force head trauma and the blues.
Tigers Jaw – Tigers Jaw (2008)
Updating your LiveJournal about how you never update your LiveJournal.
Secret Chiefs 3 – 1st Grand Constitution (2000)
The pit orchestra rehearsing for a musical about a young person’s spiritual journey being derailed when they turn into a camel.
Intronaut – Habitual Levitations (2013)
Killing a Titanoboa using nothing but the powers of jazz and Mesa/Boogies.
Morbid Angel – Laibach Remixes (1994)
The vaguely European buddy you met at a Magic: The Gathering tournament comes over to jam, thankfully not doing much with his limited understanding of how a Casio works.
Squalus – The Great Fish (2017)
Your uncle who is on house arrest telling you an interpretive version of the film Jaws, stopping every once in awhile to have a narcoleptic fever dream about that Unsane video with all the skateboarding crashes.
Melvins – The Bulls and the Bees (2012)
Classical music for people who hit things with trashcans.
Cherubs – Heroin Man (1994)
The phone won’t stop ringing but nobody’s there and you can’t answer it anyways because you’re dead.
Windy + Carl – Consciousness (2001)
Scientists are stunned and amazed to find out that avalanches happening at the bottom of the ocean are the prime cause of people falling in love.
Chris Squire – Fish Out Of Water (1975)
Eating a spoonful of peanut butter and realizing that, while satisfactory, the peanut butter is not only the best part of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, but it’s at its best when it’s part of a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Asphyx – Last One On Earth (1992)
A Dutch guy holding a sign that says LEGALIZE RUST by a Florida swamp and insisting that there’s nothing lost in translation, though he chooses not to explain exactly what it is he’s talking about.
Glenn Jones – Fleeting (2016)
That sound your hand makes when you give a big doggo a big ol’ pat on the side.