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Artist Song Album Label Comments New Request Comp
Cheer Accident The Day After I Never Met You Introducing Lemon Skingraft 2001
Asphalt Orchestra Zomby Wolf (arr. P. Hess) Asphalt Orchestra Cantaloupe 2011; Zappa covered by marching band
Giggle the Ozone Cyst and Decease Charge Laser Seizure Records 2010
Zuby Nehty Paní IV. Zuby Nehty Skoda Records Czech female punk band formed under the name Plyn in 1980.
Olive Mess 1572 (Part II) Gramercy Soleil Zeuhl 2002; Latvian prog band formed in 1998 by Denis Arsenin (bass), Edgars Kempišs (drums) and Alexey Syomin (guitar). Named as a play on the French composer Olivier Messiaen. Debut album.
Ponytail 7 Souls Ice Cream Spiritual We Are Free 2008; Baltimore
Cardiacs R.E.S. A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window Alphabet Business Concern / Torso 1988; 4th studio album; an English rock band formed in 1977, originally as Cardiac Arrest, led by Tim Smith. Noted for their complex, varied and intense compositional style and for their eccentric, theatrical stage shows.
49 Americans Should Be More Ideal Messthetics #107: London D.I.Y. And Indie Post-Punk Vol.3 Hyped2Death Hyped2Death is Chuck Warner's amazing Western Mass.-based label that realizes difficult to find post-punk, hiss & more. 1980 C
Ween The Mollusk The Mollusk Elektra 1997; 6th studio album; multigenre concept album with a dark nautical theme, with most songs incorporating psychedelic elements while also featuring a heavy progressive rock influence. According to Dean Ween, "I will say that the only record that I ever felt really confident about was The Mollusk. That's my favorite record we've ever done." New Hope's hometown boys
Seu Jorge & Almaz Saudosa Bahia Seu Jorge & Almaz Now Again Records 2010
The High Llamas Tilting Windmills Cold and Bouncy V2 1998; 5th studio album; London-based musical group, formed by the Irish guitarist and songwriter Sean O'Hagan, who has also played in Stereolab & Microdisney
Stereolab Space Moth Sound-Dust Elektra 2001; It is Stereolab's last studio album to feature singer/guitar player Mary Hansen, who died in a bike accident the following year. Produced by Jim O'Rourke and John McEntire.
Herbie Thompson Jungle Time Funky Funky Detroit Funky Delicacies rare 1965-1967 productions from labels owned by Motor City stalwart Johnnie Mae Matthews, as well as an unreleased tune by the legendary Dramatics, recorded during their brief tenure at Andrew Harris' Sport. C
Bettye Swann Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)? Don't You Ever Get Tired of Hurting Me Capitol 1969
Chromelodeon Polygon Sun The Final Recordings 2007; Chip-metal from Philadelphia
Zeehas; 12 Wait The Human Factory To the Maxxxxxxx
Il Tempio delle Clessidre Verso l'alba Il Tempio delle Clessidre Black Widow Records 2010; Italian prog
Gosta Berlings Saga Sorterargatan 1 Glue Works Cuneiform 2011; Swedish prog; Band's name is based on the debut novel of Swedish author Selma Lagerlöf, published in 1891. It was made into a 1924 silent film directed by Mauritz Stiller starring Greta Garbo, Lars Hanson and Gerda Lundequist. A 1925 opera I cavalieri di Ekebù by Riccardo Zandonai was also based on it.
Cheer-Accident According to the Spiral Fear Draws Misfortune Cuneiform 2009; Chicago
Il Balletto Di Bronzo Primo Incontro Ys 1972; Italian progressive rock band from Naples. The name means "The Bronze Ballet" in Italian. It is considered a seminal album in Italian prog. They disbanded after only after two albums, but reunited in 2016.
Chance Samba Do Morro Nao Wave Man Recordings 2004; rare Brazilian no-wave of the early and mid 80s. Portuguese for "no wave" songs from various bands and artists that formed the SĂŁo Paulo underground post-punk scene of the early 1980s (with the exception of Black Future and Vzyadoq Moe, who hail from Rio de Janeiro and Sorocaba, respectively). C
Radiohead Ful Stop A Moon-Shaped Pool XL 2016 * R C
Bjork Undo Vulnicura Live One Little Indian 2016 *
Jherek Bischoff Automatism Cistern Leaf 2016 *
Su Na featuring Ravyn Lenae Tell Me Surface 2016 *
Debile Menthol Tante Agathe Emile a la Campagne
Spizzoil Fibre Messthetics #103: D.I.Y. 77-81 Midlands Hyped2Death C
Death Valley Girls Glow In the Dark Glow In the Dark Burger Records 2016 *
Sleater-Kinney God Is A Number The Hot Rock Kill Rock Stars 1999; 4th studio album R
The Julie Ruin Let Me Go Hit Reset Hardly Art 2016 *
Male Gaze Bad Omens King Leer Castle Face 2016 *
Sleeping Beauties Bobby and Susie Sleeping Beauties In the Red 2016 *
Adam Green What Makes Him Act So Bad? Minor Love
The Buzzcocks Love Is Lies Love Bites United Artists 1978; 2nd studio album
Univers Zero Malaise Univers Zero 1977; Belgian Rock In Opposition; 1st album; (album is also known as "1313")
Bang On A Can Hoketus: D/E Industry 1995
Cheer-Accident Mescalito Fear Draws Misfortune
Sylvie Courvoisier with Michel Godard and Pierre Charial Ocre Y2K Enja 2000; Swiss (from Lausanne) composer, pianist and improviser.
Ruins Glaschzenck Ruins Alone Skin Graft 2011; Japan; drummer/vocalist Tatsuya Yoshida's prog/noise wonderful insanity. God, I love this album.
The Frogs Hades High School The Frogs Mokai Records 1988; debut album. In September
Battles Hi/Lo EP-C Monitor 2004
Joan Armatrading I'm Lucky Walk Under Ladders A&M 1981; 7th studio album
Welle:Erdball Wo kommen all die geister her Tanzpalast 2000 German electro-punk performed on Commodore 64s
The Hidden Cameras In The NA Origin:Orphan Arts & Crafts 2009; Canada
The Nice Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack Thoughts Of Emerlist Davjack Immediate 1968; Debut
Sparks Underground A Woofer In Tweeter's Clothing Bearsville 1973
Minutemen Nature Without Man Double Nickels On The Dime SST Records 1984
The Monks Drunken Maria Black Monk Time 1966
The Alarm Clocks Yeah Back From The Grave
The Kinks Love Me Till The Sun Shines BBC Sessions: 1964-1977 Sanctuary
The Soft Machine Why Are We Sleeping? Soft Machine The Soft Machine ABC Probe 1968; Debut album;
The Soft Machine Box 25 / 4 Lid The Soft Machine ABC Probe
Michael Nyman Water Dances: I) Stroking The Kiss And Other Movements Editions EG 1985; The title track is an "operatic duet" between Dagmar Krause and Omar Ebrahim, based on a painting of the same title by Paul Richards, which is depicted on the cover, and used in a video art project by Richards of the same name. The album includes music from Peter Greenaway's Making a Splash and 26 Bathrooms (originally part of the concert work, Memorial), an excerpt of Nyman's unfinished opera, Tristram Shandy, and a concert piece, "Tango Between the Lines". This is the inaugural album for longtime band member David Roach.
Paul Simon The Obvious Child The Rhythm Of The Saints Warner 1990
The Beatles Why Don't We Do It In The Road? The Beatles Apple 1968; written & sung by Paul McCartney
Kate Bush Sat In Your Lap The Dreaming EMI 1982; 4th studio album
Final Fantasy The Arctic Circle He Poos Clouds Tomlab
Seu Jorge O Astronauta De Marmore (Starman) Life Aquatic Studio Sessions Hollywood Records 2005; Bowie cover in Brazilian Portuguese
David McAlmont & Michael Nyman In Rai Don Giovanni The Glare
Make a Rising Transmutation Infinite Ellipse and Head with Open Fontanel High Two 2008; Philly/L.A.
Piano Circus Red Minatures Cherry Red