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  • rusmon

    : ) gehst du zu Forest Swords? Ich bin vielleicht da! Ahoj!

    1. Mär., 20:16 Antworten
  • rusmon

    # # <y http://www.lastfm.de/event/3715390+WCOMTC+-+Synthetic+Metamorphosis

    26. Okt. 2013 Antworten
  • kneFX

    omg ikr

    24. Okt. 2013 Antworten
  • MarcosSena

    your library is awesome omfg

    23. Okt. 2013 Antworten
  • hoppsan4

    Managed to post the comment on my own page lol.. Here it is: Let me know what you think about it! I agree that his works can be hard to navigate through. I haven't even heard more than maybe 20 albums or so. The reason I'm not scrobbling Sun Ra anymore is because I found some of the good albums on vinyl. Kinda hard to scrobble those lol.

    18. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • hoppsan4

    Hey, thanks for the comment! I have listened through alot of Sun Ra and my top 3 albums are "The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra", "Jazz in Silhouette" and "Sleeping Beauty"! Sun Ra has so many fantastic albums! Here are some that I have already rated (ignore the 3 albums on top of the list): http://rateyourmusic.com/collection/hoppsan/strm_a/Sun+Ra/1

    9. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • InKursion

    hi, there are a few websites and desktop apps that allow you to 'manually' queue and scrobble records using discogs and suchlike databases. not perfect, but at least it's a way of getting it up there. i remember a few months ago there was work on a sort of android app that could 'hear' your vinyl, shazam style, or plug into a USB turntable, that would do it automatically... very experimental, though. at the moment 'scrobbling' from vinyl is manual :(

    9. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • MarcosSena

    hahahha thank you!

    3. Aug. 2013 Antworten
  • Metaknite

    hey! you can't tell me to listen to more sun ra when i have more scrobbles than you >:|, no but thanks and I plan to. just got one of his albums: featuring pharoah sanders and black harold ~i'm so excited

    29. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • Metaknite

    we're like twins right now :0

    28. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • Special_K_ate

    thanks for the kind words!

    15. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • Goomba4001

    Can you speak French? Apparently his book Confessions of a Crap Artist had a good French adaptation (called "Confessions d'un Barjo"), but it's never had a DVD release or English translation, of course. There was an adaptation of Radio Free Albemuth made a couple years ago, but it still hasn't had any sort of release yet (although it's had a successful Kickstarter campaign…heh heh). I'm not expecting the production value to be anything amazing, but it's made by a bunch of enthusiastic Philip K Dick fans, so I'm looking forward to it. Beyond that? Not much, really. Minority Report and Adjustment Bureau were both passable, but nothing memorable or particularly Dickian. Michel Gondry has plans to adapt Ubik though. If and when that happens, my life will attain newfound meaning and joy.

    12. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • aquajitsu

    "ich hatte sein vorheriges album nicht gehört, nur seinen balance 005 mix, wusste also nicht was mich erwartet. ich hatte nur die renata single vorab gehört und die war klasse" macht irgendwie keinen sinn, nun ja.

    9. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • aquajitsu

    das holden album gefällt mir sehr gut. ich hatte sein vorheriges album nicht gehört, nur seinen balance 005 mix, wusste also nicht was mich erwartet. ich hatte nur die renata single vorab gehört und die war klasse. ah, The Caterpillar's Intervention ist eines der lieblingslieder, ist auch einer meiner favoriten auf dem album, zusammen mit Blackpool Late Eighties.

    9. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • aquajitsu

    Unendlicher Spaß ist eines der besten bücher die ich gelesen habe, wenngleich es auch sehr anspruchsvoll ist, aber das macht den reiz aus. ich will mich immer an die englische fassung heranwagen, traue mich aber irgendwie nicht. ich habe mir mal seinen unfertigen roman The Pale King gekauft und da bin ich teilweise schon überfordert. es ist einfach trauig, was mit ihm passiert ist.

    9. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • aquajitsu

    David Foster Wallace <3<3 dafür gibt's so mal dicke pluspunkte ;-)

    8. Jul. 2013 Antworten
  • Goomba4001

    (sorry for quadruple posting) Speaking of VALIS references in album names: http://pitchfork.com/reviews/albums/17791-matt-shadetek-the-empire-never-ended/

    30. Mär. 2013 Antworten
  • Goomba4001

    If you're *really* into elaboration of VALIS' themes, you should check out his Exegesis. It's a 1000 page hardcover, and is a collection of private journal entries and letters and not any sort of narrative, but it's definitely worth checking out.

    25. Mär. 2013 Antworten
  • Goomba4001

    They're still there in a lot of it in his crazier novels (just not to the extent of VALIS). Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? has a great religion in it (Mercerism) that sadly didn't make it to Blade Runner (shame on Ridley Scott, shame on him). Ubik and The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch definitely have religious stuff to them too, lurking in all of the falling apart realities and conspiracies. But you can probably start anywhere. Liking VALIS pretty much confirms you into being a huge fan…

    25. Mär. 2013 Antworten
  • Goomba4001

    Do you have a Goodreads? Add me, totes. I'm not "intimidated" by Infinite Jest or anything, I just know it's going to be amazing and I'm waiting for the right time I want to treat myself with it. That's great you started reading Philip K Dick with VALIS. I agree with you on The Divine Invasion—it was a lot of fun when I was reading it, but as soon as it wrapped up the illusion was over and it seemed a lot more scattered and sillier than VALIS was. If you liked VALIS, you can safely assume that you can just go ahead and hoarde all of Dick's books and read them all and like all of them. Of course, after reading VALIS, all of his earlier ones books are going to seem watered down in comparison. I haven't read it yet, but there's the third book of the so-called "VALIS trilogy," The Transmigration of Timothy Archer. I've heard it's a lot better than The Divine Invasion, and more worthy of comparison to VALIS. Theology is more downplayed in his earlier stuff, but [hold on, character limit]

    25. Mär. 2013 Antworten
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