doubleplusgood

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Monkey. Robot.

Artist Song Album Label Comments
The Soft Machine Why Are We Sleeping? The Soft Machine ABC Probe 1968; Debut. First Canterbury Scene psych-prog record I ever owned. Purchased at the old Book Trader on South Street around 1989
King Crimson Starless Red Island 1974; 7th studio album
Magma Maahnt ATTAHK! Tomato Records 1978; 7th studio album
Adrian Belew Big Electric Cat Lone Rhino Island 1982; Debut
Brian Eno The Great Pretender Taking Tiger Mountain (By Strategy) Island 1974; 2nd solo album
Carla Bley At Midnight II (At Midnight), III Musique Mecanique Watt/ECM 1979
King Crimson 21st Century Schizoid Man In the Court of the Crimson King Island 1969; Debut
Univers Zero L'estrange Mixture du Docteur Schwartz Relaps. Archives: 1984-1986 Sub Rosa 2008; Belgian
Can Halleluhwah Tago Mago United Artists 1971
James Brown The Payback The Payback Polydor 1973; JB's 40th record! The song's lyrics, originally written by trombonist and bandleader Fred Wesley but heavily revised by Brown himself soon before it was recorded, concern the revenge he plans to take against a man who betrayed him. The song is notable for its spare, open arrangement and its use of wah-wah guitar – a relative rarity in Brown's previous funk recordings.
Fela Kuti & Afrika 70 Zombie Zombie Coconut 1976
Grace Jones Warm Leatherette Warm Leatherette Island 1980; 4th studio album
Die Form Hand in Hand Zoo Dark Entries 2016; French darkwave
Animal Collective Fireworks Strawberry Jam Domino 2007
Battles Ice Cream (featuring Matias Aguayo) Gloss Drop Warp 2011; 2nd studio album
Dan Deacon Feel the Lightning Gliss Riffer Domino
Yellow Magic Orchestra Rydeen Solid State Survivor Alfa Records 1979; 2nd studio album; Japanese electronic music band consisting of principal members Haruomi Hosono (bass, keyboards, vocals), Yukihiro Takahashi (drums, lead vocals) and Ryuichi Sakamoto (keyboards, vocals)
Stereolab Black Ants in Sound-Dust Sound-Dust Duophonic 2001; 7th studio album
Laurie Anderson Blue Lagoon Mister Heartbreak 1984; 2nd studio album; contains Ariel's Song from "The Tempest"
Can Bel Air Future Days United Artists 1973; 5th studio album