Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Last Week's Good Records Chart

1. Danielson - Ships
2. Beirut - Gulag Orkestar
3. Astronautalis - The Mighty Ocean & Nine Dark Theaters
4. Wolfmother - Wolfmother
5. Nobody & Mystic Chords of Memory - Tree Colored See
6. Luna - Best of...
7. Be Your Own Pet - Be Your Own Pet
8. Camera Obscura - Let's Get Out Of This Country
9. David Bazan - Fewer Moving Parts EP
10. The Paper Chase - Now You Are One Of Us
11. Band Of Horses - Everything All The Time
12. Great Lake Swimmers - Bodies and Minds
13. Tunng - Mother's Daughter & Other Songs
14. The Theater Fire - Everybody Has a Dark Side
15. Alexi Murdoch - Time Without Consequences
16. Prototypes - Prototypes
17. Juana Molina - Son
18. Kool Keith - The Return of Dr. Octagon
19. The Walkmen - A Hundred Miles Off

Did I leave off #20 or did they? Oh well, fuck it. 19 is pretty good.

UPDATE: alright, fine. Here it is:

20. Grandaddy - Just Like the Fambly Cat


Anonymous Anonymous said...

19? thats just lazy.

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey look its the same names with different numbers


2:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

wolfmother is the most important rock band of recent memory. i feel that soon you should do an in depth feature on these fellows. tonight while watching tnt i saw their song had been included in a number of promos to great effect. thought i'd share in case anyone else had a television set.

3:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

also i heard a rumor that good records was owned by the guy from tripping daisy. is this true? i love that band (not as much as wlfmother LOL, sorry tripping daisy....if they read this blog that is) i will be stopping in there soon. oh yes and also can anyone recommend to me any music not on the top 20 like maybe something more like number 25 or even 35 so that i can have an edge on everyone else. sort of like i want to actually turn into a snail like creature and then crawl on the wall and experience life in a different way. anyone?

3:12 AM  
Anonymous mc said...

A Luna best-of sounds like a really great idea. But Galaxie 500 (that would be Dean Wareham's seminal late-80s outfit) was an even better one (MEMO TO ALL BEDHEAD FANS!!!).

9:26 AM  
Blogger wakka-wakka said...

Galaxie 500 already has a best of (and a box set).

And when did Sarah Silverman start writing in anonymously (1:12)?

10:06 AM  
Anonymous mc said...

Yeah I know they do (I got it on eBay for I think $20 or less) but how many of y'all have heard the Galaxie?

Talk about underrated!!!

11:56 AM  
Anonymous zak said...

I need to hear that Walkmen. I keep forgetting about that one.

12:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ahh, someone's coming here to learn about music.. how... cruel?

anon 1:12, you should start out with or just go visit your friends at good records, become a cynical prick, then start posting here.

best of luck in your journey!

11:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Give us cynical pricks more credit than and good records. The music elite wouldn't be caught dead at either place. we only buy our music in austin or on ebay becuase it's all OOP, dude. It's all totally OOP!

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1:04, your just completely retarded. nothing personal.
you down wit O.P.P.???????

4:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So people still listen to that whiny bitch congleton and paperchase?

11:49 AM  

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