um? I think I just pissed in my pants...
where/how do you go about getting these compilations??
Oh, it's this comp series of new wave/minimal synth I made for all the people I know since I always have difficulty making individual mixes. If you want a copy, lemme know. I'll try to put it on Soulseek as soon as I have enough HD space. My username: inmostcases
Wow! This reads almost exactly like compilations I make for folks.
Good good stuff dude. I guess it's easy to say that since I love all of these tracks as much as you. I haven't heard them all though, but I'm sure the ones I'm unfamiliar with are smokin.
I sent you my address a few days back, btw!
I got your address, dude . . . Yeah, our tastes are way too similar, haha!
this is very good ... did you hear about the los microwaves reunion?
Yeah, I heard about it but so far I heard that they were only playing one show in Vermont.
I was pleased to see that someone else had both the homosexuals and 2 live crew listed as interests, so I added you. Out of curiosity, when did you leave Miami?
Hey! It seems like you're into good stuff so I'll add ya back! 2 Live Crew is great. "Get It Girl" is their shining moment in my opinion.
I left Miami when I was 18 to go to college in Chicago. I had lived there since I was 4 and I often go back there still.
mmm. such good musiccccccc
2005-03-21 10:12 am (UTC)
rogerlodge/the naughtiest girl was a monitor
As I wrote,recorded and produced our single "Front" which was a sad comment of the day that Shakin' Stevens was number 1 at the time, do I win a coconut now that the same thing has happened 24 years later with Tony Christie??!!
PS: Thanks for flying the flag...I knew someone would like that track eventually.
2005-03-21 07:31 pm (UTC)
Re: rogerlodge/the naughtiest girl was a monitor
Thank you so much for taking the time to read my little blog. "Front" is an _amazing_ song. I'm glad you were able to bring forth that nugget of beauty into the world nearly a quarter century ago. I can only hope to do something even slightly similar!
I've never heard of Shakin' Stevens nor Tony Christie before but I just looked at their websites and they seem pretty lame!
Holy fucking shit.
I just started getting the Snowy Red Lp's, too. But dayyyum. I'm gonna look for you on soulseek in about 45 minutes.
This is.... dementedly awesome.
When I get my internet situation straightened out (which should happen soon), you and LJ_Sunhede will get the comps!
I'm stunned. However, I'm unable to browse your slsk dir, so would it be possible for you to YSI to me? My mail is sunhede AT gmail.com, would truly appreciate it!
You'll get the comps soon!
2005-07-25 03:36 am (UTC)
Re-compiling my tastes....
Reading over these track listings gives me a distinct deja vu. I downloaded the volumes to get the tracks I didn't contribute. Thanx for filling in the gaps! Do you collect the records or just the MP3s?
2005-07-26 03:05 am (UTC)
Re: Re-compiling my tastes....
Thank you so much for having such great taste and sharing it with others! You are indeed _the_ Zolophile. Given my financial situation these past few years, I've mostly been d/ling instead of collecting. Things are looking up now so this might change (although right now I'm thinking of collecting experimental poetry but that's a whole nother matter). I did these comps to share all this great music that I've come across but I've made it clear that it's stuff that I came across on SS. I've mentioned your username as a source for a lot of this and you're even thanked in the txt file of the comp folder . . . anyways, I hope you don't feel weird about stuff you ripped being on this comp series. I just figured that the more people who listen to this, the better. I hope you like the songs on the comps that you haven't heard yet!
2005-10-01 02:23 am (UTC)
Hey, I'm Pamela from Mechanical Servants. I'm really happy you're playing us but I have to know: Where on earth did you hear about us and/or get a copy? And here I thought they were only available in my mom's basement.Huh.
these are the most amazing compilations i've seen from this era/style of music. i came across vol. 2 and vol. 3 through a private file-sharing network. i listen to them constantly! thank you so much for taking the time to compile them and share them! i was so impressed, i created a livejournal account just to share my thoughts! if there's any way i can get my sticky little fingers on the other volulmes, please let me know.
Oh boy, I don't think I ever got a notification of this comment! Anyways, I will be reposting all the Anesthetic's Wearing Off volumes soon. I'll let ya know.
1. Kitchen & the Plastic Spoons - Blätta
wtf where did you find this track?
2006-08-27 03:45 pm (UTC)
WOW! It's amazing how you chose some of the best artists of the time. I downloaded cuz I recognized some bands from the comp "Berlin Super 80". I even added some music- Einstuerzende Neubauten + 3 others all from the berlin underground comp "Als Die Partisanen Kamen" because I didn't like the other songs. BUT, I loved all yours! You can find me under Vernopolis1 in soulseek. Thanks a lot!
cool, thanks for enjoying the music!
how did you possibly find the time for 13 compilations!!! anywayz, the tracklisting sounds fantastic as far as im able to judge, so i would really go mad with joy giving the songs unknown to me a try. so far however, we're neither friends yet (and regarding the livejournal-thing, im not quite an active one), nor do i get your files list on slsk. will there be a chance for meh?
*sits down and starts thinking hard for offer-in-exchange*
2007-08-21 07:26 am (UTC)
the tracklists read very well - I know a lot of the stuff, but I am pretty keen on listening to the complete mixes!
Where can I get them? Please!