My Current Wish-List Albums

  • Akimbo - Jersey Shore
  • Arctic Monkeys - Favorite Worst Nightmare
  • Baroness - Red Album
  • Big Black - The Rich Man's Eight Track Tape
  • Boredoms - Super Roots 9
  • Boris - Smile
  • Busdriver - Fear of a Black Tangent
  • John Coltrane - Ascension
  • Coroner - Mental Vortex
  • Dälek - Gutter Tactics
  • Decapitated - Winds of Creation
  • The Dirty Three - Cinder
  • DNA - DNA on DNA
  • Doomtree - Doomtree
  • Erase Errata - Nightlife
  • Tim Fite - Fair Ain't Fair
  • The Flying Luttenbachers - The Truth Is a F***ing Lie
  • Frodus - And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea
  • Git Some - Cosmic Rock
  • Gnarls Barkley - The Odd Couple
  • Zach Hill - Astrological Straits
  • Knut - Terraformer
  • Mclusky - My Pain and Sadness Is Sadder and More Painful Than Yours
  • Mouth of the Architect - Quietly
  • Pissed Jeans - Hope for Men
  • P.O.S. - Ipecac Neat
  • Report Suspicious Activity - Destroy All Evidence
  • Scissorfight - Jaggernaut
  • Shellac - At Action Park
  • Shooting at Unarmed Men - Triptych
  • The Sisters of Mercy - Some Girls Wander by Mistake
  • Spitfire - Cult Fiction
  • Spylacopa - Spylacopa
  • Suicide Note - Empty Rooms
  • Sun O))) & Boris - Altar
  • Torche - Meanderthal
  • Turbonegro - Party Animals
  • The Twilight Singers - Blackberry Belle
  • Steve Von Till - A Grave Is a Grim Horse
  • Young Widows - Old Wounds
Author Comments: 

A partial listing of albums I desire that, for some reason or another, I have not yet acquired.

I think music-swapping may be the best upside to this Listology thing. I've already taken down quite a few I wanted by hooking up with folks here. I can help you out with 6 from your list:

Alkaline Trio
Cave In
Jean Grae

I had that Candiria record, but couldn't get into it and sold it.

Hey, cool... I was gonna send along copies of "Miss Machine", "Oceanic" and "Steal This Album" with the other two mix CDs anyway (as a way of making for the fact that it's taken me so damn long to get 'em out).

You are the man. Now we just need to find some other freaks who like everything from rap to punk to metal to pop, etc. who can hook us up with other stuff from our lists. You're one of the only dudes I know who can appreciate a band like the Pernice Brothers and still be into stuff like the Blood Brothers and Dillinger Escape Plan.

Winners never quit is a great album.

I've only heard "A Mind of Her Own" off that album, but I figure that if the rest of it is even only half that good, I'm gonna love it.

I was underwhelmed by the Channels EP and I like me some Jawbox and Burning Airlines. I'll have to give it another listen or three, but I wouldn't put it at the top of my list. The Hot Snakes, on the other hand...

Yeah, I'll admit it's only on here for the Jawbox factor. I just wanna see what Robbins's new outfit is like. Shame to hear it ain't all that. (BTW, you NEED to get "Panopticon". It's awesome.)

It's getting to the point where I may have to split this list into two parts -- one for new stuff and another for older stuff...

Don Caballero rules, that is all.

Yeah, I like what I've heard. Damon Che's new outfit Bellini is pretty good too.

Hey, were you as disappointed with the new Amigos Invisibles as I was?

Its different, more mellow, but still fun, i still think Arepa 3000 is their best album, but this one have many great songs: Playa Azul, Gerundio, Esto es lo que hay, Majunche, Diablo, and Bruja.

They still sound kickass live, its like one hour long jam, they almost never do pauses between songs, and they are much faster.

Well, I should temper that -- by disappointed, I don't mean I didn't like it. (It is pretty cool, in a chilled-out kind of way.) But it does get kind of samey-sounding after the first couple o' tracks.

I have sort of a love hate relationship with the album, the first time i listened to it, i fell it was too different from what they did before, aside of Diablo and Superfucker, but then the next day, i listened again with an open mind, and found myself enjoying it a lot, i listened every day at least twice for a week.
Now after many months, i listened to it again on a car trip with my friends, and found it a little bit dull and repetitive, its too chill out europen, the influence of Dimitri from paris is huge, and he is kinda boring.

Lessee... I can get you:

Dr. Octagonecologyst (& Instrumentalyst as well)
Love (I have the box set, which I'm pretty sure has Forever Changes)
Kanye West (a friend copied it for me, and I haven't even heard it yet)

Lemme know whatcha wanna do.

I don't understand, Pretty little head, supposedly came out this week, but is impossible to find online, i had it pre-ordered in amazon, and they cancelled it, FUCK.

Yeah, a little bird told me that Nellie and her label haven't been getting along lately. Jesus, I hope this doesn't become another "Kamaal the Abstract"...

Well i download it, color me dissapointed, maybe i nead another listen.

Hey, didja get that email I sent ya?

Holy freakin' crap, my first post about Dr. Octagon, etc., was almost exactly a year ago today! That's just not right.

I think that says something about both our CD-burning habits. :-)

ATTENTION K-TO-THA-Z-TO-THA-A: You're awesome, dude. Thanks muchly.

Jeezo Christo, you got that already? I don't remember paying teleportation rates.

I was surprised as well. My local post office isn't usually that efficient.

The Arctic Monkeys record was pretty goddamn underwhelming. Maybe not the steaming pile of dogcrap that some people say, but nothing even remotely special. The new Coup record is pretty good, though.

Well, I've heard "I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor" and "Perhaps Vampires Is a Bit Strong, But..." I figure if the rest of it's half as good as those two, it's worth a listen.

Dude, you might wanna scope this list out a bit. I was looking to put up a couple of these on the Hellbox music thing as payback for you offering up Mr. Lif and The Proposition. I noticed that Lair of the Minotaur is also on the list of what's on your CD rack. I think there was another one too, but I can't remember what it was.

I know, I'm way behind in updating this. The problem is that I can't think of anything to replace that which has been bought. Maybe I'll just scale it back a bit.

One to add - Future of the Left - Curses.

The post-Mclusky project from Andy Falkous. A lock for my Top 10 of '07.

Ooh! Must to add!

There is a new Nellie Mckey album coming out soon.
I already have the Nick Cave one in my amazon wishlist, just waiting for my new credit card.

Hate to say it, but I think that girl needs to slow her ass down. Didn't Obligatory Villagers come out, like, four months ago?

That's the one, i didn't know it was out already.

It's got nine tracks. You'd think that, with Ms. McKay reining herself in, that there'd be no filler. Boy, would you be wrong.