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  1. Also late to the party, but this is excellent. Someone said it earlier in the thread, but it really comes across as a heartfelt love letter to the 90's. And with how drenched we are in nostalgia bait remake culture, that's becoming an increasingly rarer and rarer thing to find these days. Nails the feel while still sounding new and fresh. Love it!
  2. Are there plans to reissue that one? That and Abstract Thought (which apparently will never happen) are the two I'd really love to have.
  3. Yeah this is smooth. I dig the sort of subdued, gentle groove of the whole thing. Refreshing change of pace when compared with the complex, ultra-chaotic energy of a lot of recent braindance™®© Ltd.
  4. Does anyone know what this is referring to?
  5. Ordered these both instantly. Fruits of the Room in particular is one of his all time best. 97 really was an amazing year for him, between that, Cat Mouse & Me, and Fallen Angel. All top tier
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    Perlence Tracks

    Hey thanks for reminding me I did this! Was a lot of fun to dig into at the time, and yeah, this series still ranks and one of my favorite things Ae has ever done. I don't believe I ever got around to making a thread on the 90101 tracks. Maybe I'll take some time and get that together too.
  7. Wow, excellent recommendations. Those are exactly what I was looking for. A few other similar things came to my mind:
  8. This came to me in a dream last night - I was listening to a mystery album and thought "This sounds just like Music Is Rotted..." But I woke up and thought about it, and not much music comes to mind for me. Definitely some Miles Davis is close, but that tends to be a lot busier and more chaotic. Wondering if anyone has any suggestions (jazz or otherwise) that capture the sort of murky, smoky, basement jam feel of this album.
  9. There's something especially creepy and gross about spending top dollar for a 25 year-old lock of hair.
  10. https://ra.co/news/75516 Apparently this is going to be followed up with a reissue of F.T.N.W.O. (!)
  11. Anyone have a favorite track yet? I straight up can't decide. I think this is pretty undeniably the best Bug album though.
  12. I was worried from the descriptions that this was gonna be fast and energetic, which isn't my favorite flavor of Bug. So glad I gave it a shot cause this is as slow, dark, and brooding as he gets. Holy fuck this is good.
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