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Yo La Tengo's fourth official, full-length album, released in 1990. It included eleven cover songs and five originals, and is regarded as a departure from their previous albums due to it containing mostly folksongs.
Interesting and critically well received, check it out. More information from the Bar/None website attached.
If you are a Zappa fan, chances are you'll have this already (as a pair with Apostrophe, its follow up ,this is one of the peaks of Zappa's exceptional creativity). This are amongst his most popular, certainly accessible, albums. The combination of melody, instrumental dexterity and his never ending imagination (and curious sense of humour) makes this a classic.
Cool electronica drifting towards prog. More info to follow............
,Dedication is a wholly different record to its predecessor, marks Zomby's return from his hiatus with typical style; a dark and absorbing listen that engulfs the listener, running between sparse electronics, techno hooks and minimal piano riffs.
With Love is Zomby's third album. An astonishing 33 tracks that collectively trace an arc through dance music’s history, revealing an artist in his most creative phase yet. Touching upon rave, jungle, house, techno, and grime, Zomby once again marks himself as a genre savant free of the cosy nostalgia that weighs down many of his peers.
Dare is the third studio album from British synthpop band The Human League. Dare is critically acclaimed and has proved to be a genre-defining album, whose influence can be felt in many areas of pop music today. This is a limited edition picture disc as part of the Virgin 40 Anniversary programme.