I do music composing for a hobby and record collecting on the side.
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posted a comment on Tomi Kain - Your Sister / Un-named Ninja. about 1 year ago
Early Dubstep record from the late 2000s. Pretty cool record.
posted a comment on Kid Creole And The Coconuts - If You Wanna Be Happy. about 1 year ago
who are you talking to? I think you posted in the wrong section bud.
posted a comment on Bob Dylan - Rainy Day Women #12 & 35 / Pledging My Time. about 1 year ago
a.k.a "Everybody Must Get Stoned!"

I assume it was named Rainy Day Women as so the radio stations wouldn't ban it. Really great song.
posted a comment on Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia. over 2 years ago
Agreed. $200 is a bit much. I'd say between $120-$150 is more reasonable for an original.
posted a comment on Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia. over 2 years ago
I can confirm this as well. I only bought the iTunes release, but I also bought the original 1976 copy for close to $200. The original sounds so much better. So much so I might plan to create my own "audiophile" remastered version to release on YouTube.
posted a comment on Shango (3) - Day After Day (It's Slippin' Away) / Mescalito. over 2 years ago
I was wondering what that was at the end. My copy also plays into the runout as well. I figured it was the inner groove loop, but that's weird.
posted a comment on 10cc - Life Is A Minestrone. over 2 years ago
Life is a minestrone while death is like a cold lasagna suspended in deep freeze.
I have to say this is one of the most underrated tracks from 10cc (especially in the US).
posted a comment on Unknown Artist - The Talking Cockatiel: The Training Recording For Your Pet Cockatiel. over 2 years ago
Such a weird record. I believe this was supposed to be FOR birds as the phrases keep repeating. I'd say this is a good record for those hip hop fans/turntablists looking for something to scratch with.
posted a comment on Roger Nichols Trio - Love Song, Love Song / Snow Queen. over 2 years ago
Peaked at #129 on the Hot 100 in 1967.

This version of "Snow Queen" is slightly different from the "Roger Nichols and His Small Circle of Friends" version in which the string orchestra on the track is absent. Brass can be heard a little bit, but no... See full review
posted a comment on Malcolm McLaren - D'ya Like Scratchin'. over 2 years ago
Not only was this one big, but Into Battle With The Art Of Noise was also a big hit with the hip hop crowd. Both two great EPs.
posted a review of Freya* - Meine Party. over 2 years ago
This is a rip off of the 1981 Dave Stewart & Barbara Gaskin cover of the Leslie Gore original. Listen to those other ones instead of this one.
posted a comment on No Artist - Flashbeagle. over 2 years ago
You know he's flash.. flash.. flash.. flash..

I loved that tv special growing up, and I think for the hardcore peanuts fan this is a must grab. It's got some catchy songs on it.
posted a review of Simon and Garfunkel* - Bridge Over Troubled Water. over 2 years ago
For me, this is Simon and Garfunkel's best album with Bookends being their second best. The songs are great from start to finish.
posted a comment on Z (5) - Theme From Sensuous Lovers . over 2 years ago
Interesting. I'm planning on getting this album to remaster it, but I might keep the 7" promo in mind.
posted a comment on "Z"* - Music For Sensuous Lovers. over 2 years ago
This is one of Mort Garson's weirdest albums aside from his cult album Plantasia. Very interesting experience.
posted a review of Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia. over 2 years ago
Recently listened to it for the first time, and I love it. It's good enough to make Wendy Carlos and Dick Hymen head for the hills.
posted a comment on Annette (7) - Treat Him Nicely / Promise Me Anything. over 2 years ago
peaked at #123 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1963.
posted a review of Four Gents - I've Been Trying / Soul Sister. over 2 years ago
Soul Sister charted at #133 on Hot 100.

such an underrated instrumental from 1966.
posted a comment on Skatt Bros. - Walk The Night. over 3 years ago
That noticed that too. I figured since LGBT topics were forbidden back in the 80s, they changed "ram right down your throat" to "make you wet" to appeal to airplay.
posted a comment on Hank Williams With His Drifting Cowboys - Lovesick Blues / Never Again (Will I Knock On Your Door). over 3 years ago
Same here. It's amazing what memes can do in revealing a once obscure country singer's discography.
posted a comment on Boney M. - El Lute / Gotta Go Home. over 3 years ago
"Gotta Go Home" was sampled in Duck Sauce's "Barbra Streisand"
The original is pretty hot too.
posted a review of The Time - The Bird. over 3 years ago
BAWK! Hallelujah.

Arguably the most underrated track by The Time. Good jam.
posted a review of Ween - The Mollusk. over 3 years ago
Only charted at #159 on Billboard 200 when the album came out in 1997. It is the first Ween album to make it on this chart.

This is easily one of the best albums. If songs like the title track, "Mutilated Lips", and their most popular track "Ocean... See full review
posted a comment on The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed. over 3 years ago
According to one source, it's rumored that it peaked at #127 on Cashbox on 11/2/68.
posted a comment on The Legendary Stardust Cowboy - Paralyzed. over 3 years ago
Really bizarre novelty record. I discovered it as it was listed as one of the worst songs ever recorded. I really like this single due to how odd it is. Outsider music at its finest.
posted a review of Leslie Carter (4) - Like, Wow!. over 3 years ago
Best known for being including in the first Shrek soundtrack. This song really is an underrated gem.

Only peaked at #99 on the Hot 100 in 2001.
posted a review of The Monkees - Daydream Believer. over 3 years ago
While "Daydream Believer" is good, the song that should get the most attention is its B-side "Goin Down". That song is a classic.
posted a review that has since been deleted. over 3 years ago
posted a review of Pee Wee Hunt And His Orchestra - Twelfth Street Rag / The Charleston. over 3 years ago
This is the ultimate "shenanigans at bikini bottom" song. The track still holds up.
posted a review of Mr. Blobby - Mr. Blobby. over 3 years ago
This record will be the reason why Mr Blobby is one of the shit stains of british pop culture.
posted a comment on The Suspicions - The Laughing Policeman. over 3 years ago
This is one of the weirdest "Flying Lizards" record I've heard. More weird than the hit single "Money"
posted a review of The 45 King - The 900 Number. over 3 years ago
This song is literally just one loop for the whole time. It's still a classic instrumental hip hop track nonetheless.
posted a review of The Monkees - Alternate Title. over 3 years ago
a.k.a Randy Scouse Git. This song was a big hit in the UK peaking at #2 and for good reason. I think this is easily one of the greatest Monkees songs of all time and ahead of its time. The Monkees were doing it before bands like the Pixies.
posted a review of The Monkees - Barrel Full Of Monkees. over 3 years ago
This was Colgems last attempt to revive interest in the Monkees and also the last album ever released by the label before closing down for good. Being a big Monkees fan myself, I definitely recommend this compilation along with the "orange and black"... See full review
posted a review of The Monkees - Greatest Hits. over 3 years ago
The very first compilation album of the Monkees ever released. This only peaked at #89 on Billboard 200 in 1969 due to their waning popularity at the time. This is a great one and a rather sought after album too. If you're a Monkees fan and find a... See full review
posted a comment on Les McCann - Layers. over 3 years ago
Good stuff. "Sometimes I Cry" is well known for being sampled in the classic Massive Attack song "Teardrop"
posted a comment on Devo - Come Back Jonee (Edit). over 3 years ago
This was also on the "Rock n Roll High School" soundtrack. Good song.
posted a comment on Marva Whitney - Unwind Yourself. over 3 years ago
well known for being sampled in 45 Kings - 900 number
posted a comment on Kashif - I Just Gotta Have You (Lover Turn Me On). over 3 years ago
Great techno r&b song. Kinda reminds me of the band D-Train.

peaked at #103 on Hot 100 with R&B doing much better at #5.
posted a review of Xavier (2) - Work That Sucker To Death / Love Is On The One. over 3 years ago
Well known for being sampled in the game Sonic CD (the japanese version I believe), this song still has it going on today. It helps that the two main guys from Parliament (George Clinton and Bootsy Collins) play on this track.
posted a review of Lake (2) - Lake. over 3 years ago
Such an underrated album. I fell in love with these guy recently as soon as I heard "Time Bomb", their biggest hit in the US (#83 on Hot 100). If you like that "Supertramp" like vibe in rock, you'll like this album.
posted a comment on The Band Of The Black Watch - Scotch On The Rocks / Let's Go To Jersey. over 3 years ago
Such a great song. Should have charted much higher in the US where it stalled at #75 on Hot 100.
posted a comment on Donna Lynn - My Boyfriend Got A Beatle Haircut. over 3 years ago
An oddity that capitalized on the Beatles success and also hit the Hot 100 peaking at #83.
posted a review of Nobuo Uematsu - Final Fantasy VII: Original Soundtrack. over 4 years ago
One of the greatest video games soundtracks of all time hands down. I find myself coming back to this one a lot.
submitted Reader Rabbit - Reader Rabbit's Sing Along Favorites. over 4 years ago
posted a review of Various - Mickey Mouse Disco. over 4 years ago
I used to have this album when I had my older record collection. For a kids album, I think it's great. "Mousetrap" being my favorite track. Did well on Billboard back then at #35. Well deserved I think.
posted a review of Vanity 6 - Nasty Girl. over 4 years ago
Such a "nasty" little song :) Prince really knocked it out of the park when he put together the female group with Vanity as the front woman.

If you've seen Beverly Hills Cop, you'll instantly recognize this song.
posted a review of Kid Creole And The Coconuts - I'm A Wonderful Thing, Baby. over 4 years ago
This song is fantastic. Easily one of Kid Creole's best songs. As a collector of 45s, get either the album "Wise Guy" or the 12 inch single instead. I don't think the edited version on the US 45 does the song any justice. This is a song to jam out to... See full review
posted a review of Kid Creole And The Coconuts - Wise Guy. over 4 years ago
Coming from a 25 year old, this is such an underrated album from the 80s. August Darnell of Dr Buzzard fame as Kid Creole really knocks it out of the ball park with this album with hits like "I'm a Wonderful Thing Baby", "Stool Pigeon", and of course... See full review
posted a review of The Wombles - Wombling Summer Party / Wimbledon Sunset. over 4 years ago
Such a great and odd one hit wonder that peaked at #55 on the Hot 100 in 1974. It's like the Beach Boys reincarnated as the Wombles, a band based on the stop motion TV show that aired in the UK. One who is not as familiar with the show could say the... See full review