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Eskimo culture, sung in his native Yup'ik (the Eskimo language spoken in southern and western Alaska and the far eastern tip of Russia) on the first side and English on the second side. Life, love and the uneasy acknowledgement of change, the move from country to city and all that represents.
Among the Living is the third studio album by the American thrash metal band Anthrax. A member of the 'big four' of thrash, this is a 'must listen' to those exploring the metal genre. This is a limited edition picture disc, and is a 'must have' collectable for the lover of serious metal.
Second album from the American metal band from New York City. The band was one of the most popular of the 80s thrash scene. When thrash metal began to gain a major following, Anthrax were dubbed one of the "big four" of thrash alongside Metallica, Megadeth, and Slayer.
The fourth studio album by English electronic musician Richard D. James under the alias Aphex Twin, originally released in 1996. The album includes James' personal name (Richard David James) in the title and features use of software synthesizers and unconventional beats.
Easily the most highly anticipated LP of 2014, the announcement of Aphex Twin’s latest LP Syro since the seminal Drukqs LP in 2001 promoted mass hysteria and excitement in equal measure. What followed was 12 pieces of lush, detailed electronic music that could only be attributed to Richard D. James; for instance the pensive melodic interplay on ‘XMAS_EVET10 (thanaton3 mix)’ or the brittle micro detailing on ‘CIRCLONT14 (shrymoming mix)’.
Applewood Road is Emily Barker, Amber Rubarth and Amy Speace. These songs were performed live around a single microphone at Welcome to 1979 and recorded to 2-track tape with minimal accompaniment from some of Nashvilleʼs finest session players, including Telisha Williams, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Josh Day, Fats Kaplin, and Jabe Beyer. Great album from Gearbox.
A wonderfully quirky and warm album, this is the bebut from the Canadian band Arcade Fire released in September 2004 in North America and February 2005 in Europe.
This is the second album by Canadian band Arcade Fire released in March 2007. It was reviewed very favourably by critics and was the bands commercial breakthrough.
Based upon the artistic and commercial success of “Louis Armstrong Plays W.C. Handy”, George Avakian gathered the All Stars into the studio again for a second session to record tunes by Fats Waller. This is also a stunning album: the All Stars, at the top of their form, play great material by a single composer. All Stars vocalist Velma Middleton, (who was often underrated) is especially captivating.
3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days in the Life Of... is the debut album by American Hip Hop group Arrested Development, released in 1992. The album's chart success was the beginning of the popularization of Southern Hip Hop. The album stood in stark contrast to the gangsta rap that ruled the Hip Hop charts in 1992, in its focus on spirituality, peace and love.