Tuesday, 26 December 2006

What A Year Sounds Like

It really hasn't been a great year for Hip Hop but 2006 hasn't been a bad year for music.
Dubdog has been mostly nodding it's head to the following long players in the last 12 months. Some new, some re-issued, some new discoveries and some forgotten classics.

Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
The Au Pairs - Playing With A Different Sex
Beck - The Information
Belle & Sebastian - The Life Pursuit
Bonnie "Prince" Billy - The Letting Go
Broadcast - The Future Crayon
Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan - Ballad Of The Broken Seas
The Clash - Combat Rock
The Damned - Machine Gun Ettiquette
The Delgados - Peloton
Easy Star All-Stars - Radiodread
The Ex - Turn
The Fall - The Complete Peel Sessions
Joe Gibbs & The Professionals - African Dub Chapter 3
Lambchop - Damaged
Massive Attack - Collected
The Nightingales - Out Of True
Niney The Observer - Microphone Attack 1974 - 1978
Public Enemy - Power To The People And The Beats
Adrian Sherwood - Becoming A Cliché
Sufjan Stevens - Illinoise
Mark Stewart - Kiss The Future
The Temptations - Psychedelic Soul
Trojan Records - Dread Broadcast Corp: Rebel Radio
Tunng - Pioneers EP, This is...Tunng & Comments Of The Inner Chorus
Tom Waits - Orphans
Wire - Pink Flag, Missing Chairs & 154
XTC - English Settlement
Thom Yorke - The Eraser

4 comments:

Steven Ball said...

I'm alarmed at the lack of dubstep on the dubdog list!
particular omissions IMHO:
Burial by Burial
Skream! by Skream!
(note how dubsteppers like to get all eponymous)
various 12s by Digital Mystikz
etc
and countless DJ set downloads from http://www.barefiles.com/

these along with The Drift by Scott Walker defined '06 for me.

dubdog said...

Burn and wing this way then I can put them in my 2007 list and you can stop being alarmed. When we gonna hear Storm Bugs by Storm Bugs?

Steven Ball said...

When we gonna hear Storm Bugs by Storm Bugs?hmmm, now there's an idea...

Anonymous said...

Actually Storm Bugs by Storm Bugs exists..its a track on the Gift cassette.....from 1980 something