What are you listening to? V1.2


#8886

20yrs ago I bought this, ffs. :frowning:


#8887

Sacri Monti - S/T

All Them Witches with added Riffage, Psych (and a bit of Prog - ssshhh !!).

I really like it.


#8888

LP


#8889

MI0001622507

CDR2F.


#8890

One of my favourite Albums at the moment. Brilliant recording too.

The Gaslamp Killer Experience - Live in Los Angeles


#8891

For the soulies


@crimsondonkey


#8892

LP


#8893

MI0001633340

CDR2F.


#8894

In fact, if there was one LP I would tout around my fellow 'toirists to surprise and delight them, it would be this.


#8895

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2xLP

Plays at 45rpm so not regularly played due to laziness


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#8899

Baxter Drury - Prince of Tears


#8900

Are their vinyl pressings good Olan - I’ve only got them on CD which are very good quality. Actually, strike that Olan I don’t want to know as I can do without the added expense :joy:


#8901

For what it’s worth, I have most of the Steroelab albums on vinyl, and they are generally very good pressings in my experience.


#8902

It’s ok to admit that they’re shite Gareth :grin:


#8903

Even the US repress of TRNBWA is good… Worst one is probably Peng!


#8904

I have all the LPs except Eaten Horizons Or The Electrocution Of Rock (which I see now fetches more than £300 if you can find one) and most of the compilations. I never really bothered with the singles when they were originally released (huge mistake). Time Gane is an audiophile and is very, very fussy about the quality of mastering and pressing of his music so all the Stereolab LPs are excellent. Having said this, I have a bunch of their CDs too, all of which sound great. The BBC sessions LP, ABC music is particularly good.


#8905

Olan, why am I not surprised?

:grinning: