Alright let's start with my countdown from 100 and don't be shy to share some words.
#99) A Tribe Called Quest - Low End Theory
A Tribe Called Quest - Versus From The Abstract
Usually I'm not one for hip-hop but this shit
is just fly. Lyrics are good enough to not ruin the album, unlike most hip-hop- but their not the reason I love this album. What is it? It's the fat beats. Starts out a little jazzy, which is pretty sick, but there is some really funky beats near the middle of the album... which it pretty much builds to. By the middle of this thing all the way to the very end your just stuck. It's just dope, so get it.
#98) Bongzilla - Amerijuanican
Bongzilla - 666bl Bongsession
Another little number from stuff I've been checking out today. This is just great Stoner Metal, and yes it is all mostly like that song I posted... which kicks ass and you know it. Usually I'm not one for metal, but this has something that bands like Six Feet Under don't have enough of... that thing that makes you want to headbang. Well, Schizo, doesn't all brutawl metal have that? No, it's not the brewtulness of the album, it's the beat motherfuc
kers. Not only that, but there is some sick guitar work that you can actually appreciate, I'd say this is even on par with the likes of The Melvins. Great album though, sadly the song I posted isn't on that album, but it is their work and I fucking
Now onto just the Journal for the day.
Acid Mothers Temple & The Melting Paraiso U.F.O - Crystal Rainbow Pyramid Under The Stars (2007)
Sorry, couldn't find anything from the album that isn't live... here's a different song, I think it's a good example of their style. Acid Mothers Temple - Electric Love Machine
I had this album sent to me by a friend about a week ago, before which I had no idea they even existed. Shit
is pretty tight, basically it's a half-hour electric jam session with tons of distortion. If you're one to d/l discographies only then I would hold off on this album because The Acid Mothers Temple have a seemingly endless one... but I've heard from many that they produce quality albums every time. I'd say that alone is worth a check out. So if you dig Hendrix, The VU's second album, some Sonic Youth, or any type of distortion... I'd check this out and turn your speakers on treble. Have fun.