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fav. track off go plastic

leftrightronic on 2001-07-13 08:52 [#00014752]

i dont know but i really like the last track, "plaistow flex
out", something about it.. very chill yet kind of loopy.


m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m on 2001-07-13 09:19 [#00014762]

So far the first song, I wasn't too wild about the album,
but I only listened to it about once. Hopefully it will get
better with time (confield sure did- track 6 is now regarded
as genius by the M board of musical taste). It's better than
selection 16 at least. But the 2nd song from sel 16 belongs
on go plastic.

He didn't do the "analogue" sounds correctly. He'd have fast
percussion and then the analogue autechreish sounds glued
together messily, uncoherently. I think I'll listen to that
album tonight (and fall asleep after 2 songs like I usually


chicken paste man!! on 2001-07-13 11:16 [#00014817]

Go! spastic


Arch Rival from NY on 2001-07-13 12:49 [#00014857]

Track number 5, Exploding something...

That is a great track!!


gotmeth? on 2001-07-15 06:36 [#00015149]

5. The Exploding Psychology is the BEST!!


Aron? from Canada on 2001-07-15 06:55 [#00015154]

I also dig "Go Spastic"


Clobe Smith from over here on 2001-07-15 09:03 [#00015162]

what do you prefer, the album version of my red hot car, or
the girl version?


Aron? from Canada on 2001-07-15 09:41 [#00015169]

I actully like the girl version more.


SWAI from Denmark on 2001-07-15 13:42 [#00015207]

Actually for those who dont know, theres a track on "Music
is rotter one note" thats called "Dont go plastic"...

i think this is because Music is rotted.... has a wery live
real acostic sound, while plastic is more synthetic.


Barrett, Syd from Cambridge on 2001-07-15 17:14 [#00015229]

My Red Hot Car (Girl)

is amazing.


oswellm from Oh uh umm it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s near Newcastle umm oh yeah I remember now. on 2001-07-15 17:29 [#00015230]

I like I Wish You Could Talk and Plaistow Flex Out best.
Though I haven't properly listened to it enough yet.
I prefer the album version of My Red Hot Car.. the girl
version is very good but sounds too much like normal
garage... not good.


D-Hex from KC Missouri on 2001-07-16 07:32 [#00015350]

Why do you guys rip selection 16? I think their are some
really good tunes on there like 1-5 are completely bad.


m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m on 2001-07-16 07:40 [#00015353]

If every song on that album (sel. 16) were a color, they'd
all be brown.... or all grey. He accidently spilled coffee
all over his work but decided to release it, as a joke or
something. I think the coffee missed most of track 2. (IMO)

It crossed the boundry from intelligent information overload
speed into boring pointless repetition.


chicken paste man!! on 2001-07-16 09:12 [#00015382]

m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m - shut it.


m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m on 2001-07-16 18:49 [#00015573]

Yes! That's TWO "shut its" I've earned in only about one
week. I'm winning! heh heh heh. That was my honest opinion
though. Don't make me call up duck paste man to kick your


Chilled from up in yo ass with the resurrection! on 2001-07-16 19:05 [#00015575]

That's chicken pasteman to you!


m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m on 2001-07-16 19:42 [#00015577]

Sorry, I didn't realise that the "paste" and the "man" were
supposed to be fused into one word "pasteman". Yes sir,
chicken pasteman!!


D-Hex from KC Missouri on 2001-07-16 20:08 [#00015582]

Well, selection 16 is a shit load better than maximum priest
ep, in my opinion of course.


pantyman from inside on 2001-07-16 23:35 [#00015611]

"men theme" from the picture disc was easily best


m....MwMw wwW(m M m)Www wMwM....m on 2001-07-17 07:44 [#00015701]

That's weird, I thought maximum priest was probably one of
his best works, though a completely different style from
most of his other works (not fast copy and paste). I think
this was when he was semi-offended from some interviewer's
remark "sometimes less is more" (referring to the psychotic
debris packed so densly in time in big loada). He did just
that, but he really concentrated on the quality of the
sounds this time. And the melody of the first song is long
and nice.


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