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MOORE, R. STEVIE The Future Is Worst Than The Past (Megaphon) cd 14.98
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Before things such as 'indie-rock' or 'DIY' were phenomena of cool, R. Stevie Moore started hometaping his own pop songs over 30 years ago with a naive style that even Rolling Stone magazine recognized, by naming Moore's album 'Phonographie' to its list of the 50 most influential records of all time. With over 1000 (yes over one thousand!) songs, 14 albums, and 250 cassettes, it may be difficult to judge which R. Stevie Moore records would be worth owning. The Future Is Worse Than The Past is a best-of compilation of Moore's work which collects his quirky pop sensibility (which parallels such intentionally naive indie rockers as Calvin Johnson and Mark Robinson) onto a single CD. Did we mention that he has no car?

album cover MOORE, RUDY RAY Dolemite - The Soundtrack (Relapse) cd 14.98
Rudy Ray Moore was best known for his seventies XXX party records. Raw, dirty and totally exhilarating. Moore gained most of his fame and notoriety from his starring role in Dolemite, one of the baddest, most revered and often imitated films to come out of the blaxploitation era. Just as thrilling, raw and compelling is Moore's soundtrack. Deep funk with vocals here and there but mostly scorching short instrumentals that sound exactly how you want your 70's funk/soul to sound. The score had to be made on as tight a budget as the film, so a group of musicians called the Soul Rebellion Orchestra were hired for a minimal hourly rate and in those recording sessions came up with the raw sounds that would serve as the perfect backdrop, helping create the mystique of Dolemite, which was all about an attitude, an aesthetic, and a sound. Moore and Dolemite have had a huge impact on folks like Snoop Dog, Quentin Tarantino, Ice-T, and Spike Lee. This soundtrack has been impossible to track down for years but has finally been gussied up and reissued properly by an unexpected source, Relapse. Who knew that under all that metal they loved them some funk. We're sure happy they do!
MPEG Stream: "Dolemite"
MPEG Stream: "The Rumble"
MPEG Stream: "The Hitman"

MOORE, RUDY RAY Hully Gully Fever (Norton) cd 14.98
Blaxploitation pioneer Rudy Ray Moore's early work, recorded in the '50s and '60s. Includes rare stuff, previously unissued material, radio spots, Sam Cooke and Willie Dixon covers, etc.

album cover MOORE, RUDY RAY Petey Wheatstraw (Magic Disc) lp 13.98
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Clasic Blaxploitation Soundtrack to Rudy Ray Moore's Peaty Wheatstraw, "the Devil's Son-in-Law".
if you like Moore's Dolemite movies and soundtracks, then this more violent, funky and funny offshoot should get you moving!

album cover MOORE, SAM MOOOHIEEE! (EM Records) cd 21.00
Subtitled: Musical Saw And Hawaiian Guitar Soli Recorded In Early 1920s. That's what it is, and it's SO GOOD! We're in love with this sepia-toned collection of old time tunes, some of them lively rags, others sad slowed-down ballads made even sadder by the unique sound of the saw.
If Japan's EM Records (the same label responsible for reissuing both the "Symphony of the Birds" and the Moolah records we raved about last list) has anything to do with it, pretty soon we'll have a whole little "musical saw" section here at Aquarius! It's one of their several weird, wonderful obsessions (along with thrift-store exotica LPs, obscure '70s New Age psych, pioneering electronic experiments, etc.) and so there's a slew of releases on EM featuring the gorgeous, if sometimes gimmicky (but not here!) sound of the musical saw.
We're gonna start you out with this, music by Sam Moore, an early 20th century master of the musical saw ... who also plays a mean guitar too, and who is accompanied on most of these tracks by another talent of the era, Horace Davis. (Roy Smeck and Frank Banta also make appearances.) You'll get to hear Moore's "Octo-chord" (an 8-string steel guitar) alongside the "harp-guitar" (a guitar outfitted with extra, resonating strings) of Davis on their hit, the "Laughing Rag". But it's the tracks with the musical saw that grab us the most. Listening to those, you'll understand why this instrument, steel bent and bowed, is also often called the "singing saw". It's got a definite vocal timbre, maybe also a bit like the electronic Theremin in that regard. Wavering, wordlessly moaning, haunting and eerie. MOOOHIEEE! (Man, we'd love to hear John Jacob Niles accompanied by a singing saw, if such a recording were to exist. That would be perfect.)
Some background: Sam Moore (1887-1959), was a child musical prodigy who, having quickly mastered the violin, guitar and banjo, soon developed an interest in playing more eccentric, unconventional "instruments" as well. He'd been doing so from a young age -- Moore's father once claimed that Sam, as a child, had been able to "get music out of a pitchfork" (!) although sadly, no recordings exist to prove it... But we do know that at one point Sam Moore was part of a vaudeville act called "Spooning And Ballooning" in which he played an inflated rubber balloon, dueting with another fellow who played the spoons (of course). Another of his unusual instrumental specialties was (as documented on much of this fantastic cd) the carpenter's steel hand saw, which is something of a Southern folk music-making tradition. 'Round about 1918 Moore had taken to playing the saw, and was able to capitalize on the fad for the instrument in the early '20s, bringing his sawing skills to New York City's famed Ziegfeld's Follies for a successful stint on stage circa 1920-21. Although that fad soon faded, Sam Moore never abandoned the saw, keeping it in his instrumental repertoire as his career stretched into the '40s and '50s.
All the recordings found here date from Sam's sawing heyday in the Twenties... 13 tracks all taken from rare old 78 rpm records treasured by collectors. That these vintage recordings, warm and crackly, are so burnished with the patina of the past only makes sound all the better to our ears. EM has fitted this out in handsome digipack, the only disappointment being that the extensive liner notes are pretty much all in Japanese...
MPEG Stream: "Mother Machree"
MPEG Stream: "My Old Hawaiian Home"
MPEG Stream: "Old Black Joe"

album cover MOORE, STEVE Fever Dream / 30,000 Feet Deep (Mexican Summer) 10" 19.98
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John Carpenter. Goblin. Eighties sci-fi soundtracks. If those words have you frothing at the mouth, then this is for you. Also consider the facts: 2 new songs by 1/2 of Zombi, synth wizard Steve Moore, pressed onto limited edition 10" vinyl by Brooklyn's Mexican Summer label. They made just 500 copies, we only got a dozen. 'Nuff said? Another chunk of gloriously grooving yet sinister instrumental electronic sci-fi spaceouts, that sound like they could have been lifted straight out of some late night, straight to video, lost Carpenter flick. It of course sounds quite a bit like Steve's band Zombi, and thus suggest the above mentioned soundtrack music, but could also (like some of Zombi's output too) find a spot in a stargazing "cosmic disco" DJ's set.
Soaring synths, pulsing rhythms, fuzzy synthesized bass, mournful minor key melodies, primitive programmed rhythms, dramatic and moody and mysterious, so totally evocative and dreamy, and a bit cheesy, but in a good way. Shades of Tangerine Dream, this is definitely at the crossroads of spacey sci fi synth music and new age drift, bloopy and bleepy, almost video game sounding at times, but more often like the mood music from Phantasm or Halloween, where the main character is driving along the dark roads, it's probably raining, and while it's not explicitly scary yet, darkness and danger lurk just up ahead.
Ethereal and washed out, minimal and even a bit cold wave, this is total cinematic sci-fi new age space prog dream synth bliss.
Gorgeous packaging, extra thick vinyl, LIMITED TO 500 COPIES, each one machine numbered...

album cover MOORE, STEVE Fever Dream / 30,000 Feet Deep (Mexican Summer) 10" 19.98
THIS IS CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT OR OTHERWISE UNAVAILABLE TO US AT THE MOMENT, SO PLEASE DO NOT ORDER IT. SORRY.
John Carpenter. Goblin. Eighties sci-fi soundtracks. If those words have you frothing at the mouth, then this is for you. Also consider the facts: 2 new songs by 1/2 of Zombi, synth wizard Steve Moore, pressed onto limited edition 10" vinyl by Brooklyn's Mexican Summer label. They made just 500 copies, we only got a dozen. 'Nuff said? Another chunk of gloriously grooving yet sinister instrumental electronic sci-fi spaceouts, that sound like they could have been lifted straight out of some late night, straight to video, lost Carpenter flick. It of course sounds quite a bit like Steve's band Zombi, and thus suggest the above mentioned soundtrack music, but could also (like some of Zombi's output too) find a spot in a stargazing "cosmic disco" DJ's set.
Soaring synths, pulsing rhythms, fuzzy synthesized bass, mournful minor key melodies, primitive programmed rhythms, dramatic and moody and mysterious, so totally evocative and dreamy, and a bit cheesy, but in a good way. Shades of Tangerine Dream, this is definitely at the crossroads of spacey sci fi synth music and new age drift, bloopy and bleepy, almost video game sounding at times, but more often like the mood music from Phantasm or Halloween, where the main character is driving along the dark roads, it's probably raining, and while it's not explicitly scary yet, darkness and danger lurk just up ahead.
Ethereal and washed out, minimal and even a bit cold wave, this is total cinematic sci-fi new age space prog dream synth bliss.
Gorgeous packaging, extra thick vinyl, LIMITED TO 500 COPIES, each one machine numbered...

album cover MOORE, STEVE Light Echoes (Cuneiform) cd 16.98
Last list, we had Solar Maximum, the new one from Majeure, aka Zombi drummer A.E. Paterra. It was all kinds of cosmic synth new age disco-tinged bliss, naturally. And, as we mentioned then, there's also a new solo album from the OTHER half of the Zombi duo, Mr. Steve Moore. Here 'tis, Light Echoes, released on the venerable prog rock/new music label Cuneiform, which is kind of like when a modern '80s styled heavy metal band like In Solitude or Slough Feg gets signed to Metal Blade.
Moore is not to be outdone by Majeure, delivering the spacey, synthy, shimmering hypno-minimalism over six tracks, the last one ("Ancient Shorelines II") stretching out for nearly a half-hour...
Any fan of the more melodic and atmospheric side of Zombi (or Majeure), should find Moore's glowing and glimmering electronic pulsations here quite enjoyable.
This might be called Light Echoes, and it has its blissful moments for sure, but it's not all light and fluffy, not at all. "Aldebran Exchange" is super moody gloomy piece, leaning heavily on pitched-down drones. So, throughout, there's some shades of somber darkness to these echoes of light.
MPEG Stream: "Tyken's Rift"
MPEG Stream: "Light Echoes I"
MPEG Stream: "Aldebran Exchange "

MOORE, STEVE Pangaea Ultima (Spectrum Spools) cd 16.98

MOORE, STEVE Pangaea Ultima (Spectrum Spools) 2lp 32.00

MOORE, STEVE Primitive Neural Pathways (Dangerous Age) lp 17.98

MOORE, STEVE Primitive Neural Pathways / Vaalbara (Static Caravan) 2cd 25.00

album cover MOORE, STEVE The Henge (Relapse) cd 14.98
The short, one sentence review: it's the debut solo album from keyboard player from AQ fave Goblinesque math rock duo Zombi, and if you like Zombi, you'll probably really like this! More details, if necessary... Well, a little tizzy of controversy got started here at Aquarius when we scoped the sticker that Relapse stuck on the front of these cds. To quote, "The Henge is a huge, psychedelic, symphonic affair with Moore's patented cinematic brand of keyboard driven horror score virtuosity. For fans of Delia Gonzalez and Gavin Russom, Black Ice, Brian Eno, Ash Ra Tempel, Robert Fripp's 'Frippertronics', Heldon". No denying that this sounds quite a bit like all of that, it describes this pretty well. But we must take exception to the use of the word "patented"! Did Heldon, Goblin, John Carpenter et.al. all forget to contact the government, and then wily Steve Moore slipped in and got the patent!? Huh. Poor choice of words, "patented". But we know what they meant. It's the sound that Zombi is known for (being infuenced by) and they do it really well, and that's what this sounds like, basically Zombi without the drummer, if anything more '70s and cinematic sounding, also really sci-fi cosmic.
To his credit, Moore doesn't overtly pull out the ol' "imaginary soundtrack" concept, but he sure could have. In fact some of the more bombastic moments it seems like he's just waiting for Hollywood to come knockin', to score their next horror blockbuster. Elsewhere, at the very least this could be the most sinister soundtrack to a PBS documentary ever! Alternatively, we might describe this as New Age nightmare music. Moore's minimal-wave soundscapes, full of nervous rhythms, ominous drones, & electronic symphonics, are tense yet often deceptively pleasant. It's paranoid, menacing Muzak that hypnotizes like an unholy mix of A.R.& Machines and Dave Borden's Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co., plus all the other names dropped in the blurb quoted above. A fine follow up to Surface To Air, even thought it's not technically a Zombi album!
MPEG Stream: "Cepheid"
MPEG Stream: "The Henge/Ascension"

album cover MOORE, STEVE Zero-Point Field (L.I.E.S.) 12" 10.98
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Almost like a teaser for the forthcoming Zombi full length, Escape Velocity, comes this killer two track 12" from one half of Zombi, Steve Moore, whose solo recordings are (thankfully) not all that far removed from the Zombi mothership.
It's easy to be dismissive at this point of this sound, cuz there are just soooo many folks doing it, sci-fi soundtracks, eighties straight to video B movies, John Carpenter, Goblin, but Zombi were there first, and still do it better than most, and hearing Moore's latest blast of cosmic disco sci-fi nu-age techno synthscapery it's easy to see why he and his two man crew inspired such a legion of similarly sonically obsessed sci-fi minions.
The title track here is a fantastic chunk of outer space sci-fi synth drift, the robotic pulse underscores sweeping swells of moody melody, pappered with occasional bits of percussive bloopery, the rhythms muted and minimal, the pulsing synths driving the proceedings more than the beats, but the beats are still there, adding texture, and eventually a skittery skeletal framework for Moore's cinematic synthesized cosmic drift.
The flipside begins all washed out and woozy, lush, layered synth swirls, a slow moving outer space shimmer, but soon, the synth low end begins to percolate right below the surface, not quite disrupting the new age vibe, but adding a bit of momentum and propulsion. Eventually the beat comes in, but it's not so much a beat, as a pulse, a single house-y kick drum, but the result is perfect, adding just the slightest bit of groove, allowing the rest of the track to swirl and whirl and drift, all hazy and dreamily druggy and spaced out, the sound building to a driving and dramatic crescendo, before slipping away in a soft hazy swirl of slow fading synth shimmer. So good!
Needless to say, absolutely required listening for fans of Umberto, Zombi, Xander Harris, John Carpenter, Goblin, Blizaro, Applehead, Gatekeeper, Expo 70, Roll The Dice, Nightsatan, Twins and all the rest. Packaged in a plain black disco style big hole 12"s sleeve.
MPEG Stream: "Frigia"
MPEG Stream: "Zero-Point Field"

album cover MOORE, STEVE / MAJEURE Brainstorm (Temporary Residence Ltd.) lp 15.98
Not sure what else to say about these two guys that we haven't already. Together in the group Zombi, and on their own, they are the modern masters of the not so modern art of John Carpenter / Goblin style psychedelic space synth futuristic-retro faux soundtrackery, and here both get to share a record and do what they do best. Moore offers up 4 tracks of THAT sound, one we can't seem to get enough of, and apparently neither can most of you: swirling sci-fi synths, pulsing rhythms, tense and cinematic, the occasional stretch of swooshy new age shimmer, but heavy on the eighties soundtrack vibe, and rife with some darkly dirgey drama, a mini-song cycle that definitely works as a whole.
Which perfectly counters Majeure, who takes up the whole B side with a three part 20+ minute epic, ditching much of the synth-disco-kraut sound that so defined previous outings, or at least the disco part of the equation, instead building a hushed and ominous dronescape, super minimal, very soundtracky, the second movement finds the sound blossoming into something more Tangerine Dreamy, cosmic and psychedelic, before eventually, for the last few minutes, returning to a sort progged out kraut-disco coda to finish things off!
Killer psychedelic sand-hand cover art. Include a download coupon as well!
MPEG Stream: STEVE MOORE "Enhanced Humanoid"
MPEG Stream: MAJEURE "Atlantis Purge"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Demolished Thoughts (Matador / Ecstatic Peace) cd 13.98
We were just raving recently about Thurston Moore's beautiful solo acoustic guitar meditations record released on VDSQ a little while back, and now he follows it up with an album some of his most intimate and inviting songs yet. Demolished Thoughts demonstrates a side of Moore's songwriting that is often blurred in the layers and velocity of his long running group Sonic Youth, but loosed from that noise and bombast, these songs are revealed as perhaps some of the dreamiest you will hear all year. If you are like us, and ever daydreamed about what an entire record filled with songs that sound like the first six minutes of "The Diamond Sea" would sound like, then this is one of those amazing moments when a wish gets granted, and exceeds that far fetched fantasy.
With Samra Lubelski adding violin, Moore playing his acoustic with sensual perfection, and songs sprinkled with harp by Mary Lattimore, its an album that perfectly captures the drifting and pastoral side of Moore's musical vision, which has also been a more subtle part of his signature sound. Beck was at the helm of the production for this record, and we have to say we think we might be liking him more these days in that role than on his own records (check out Charlotte Gainsbourg's IRM, for more proof). In fact there are some elements of Demolished Thoughts, that echo Beck's downer masterpiece "Sea Change." What's so remarkable about this album is that alongside its elegance, Moore maintains his voice and vision to the core. Highly recommended!
MPEG Stream: "Benediction"
MPEG Stream: "Illuminine"
MPEG Stream: "Orchard Street"
MPEG Stream: "January"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Demolished Thoughts (Matador / Ecstatic Peace) 2lp 19.98
We were just raving recently about Thurston Moore's beautiful solo acoustic guitar meditations record released on VDSQ a little while back, and now he follows it up with an album some of his most intimate and inviting songs yet. Demolished Thoughts demonstrates a side of Moore's songwriting that is often blurred in the layers and velocity of his long running group Sonic Youth, but loosed from that noise and bombast, these songs are revealed as perhaps some of the dreamiest you will hear all year. If you are like us, and ever daydreamed about what an entire record filled with songs that sound like the first six minutes of "The Diamond Sea" would sound like, then this is one of those amazing moments when a wish gets granted, and exceeds that far fetched fantasy.
With Samra Lubelski adding violin, Moore playing his acoustic with sensual perfection, and songs sprinkled with harp by Mary Lattimore, its an album that perfectly captures the drifting and pastoral side of Moore's musical vision, which has also been a more subtle part of his signature sound. Beck was at the helm of the production for this record, and we have to say we think we might be liking him more these days in that role than on his own records (check out Charlotte Gainsbourg's IRM, for more proof). In fact there are some elements of Demolished Thoughts, that echo Beck's downer masterpiece "Sea Change." What's so remarkable about this album is that alongside its elegance, Moore maintains his voice and vision to the core. Highly recommended!
MPEG Stream: "Benediction"
MPEG Stream: "Illuminine"
MPEG Stream: "Orchard Street"
MPEG Stream: "January"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Flipped Out Bride (Blossoming Noise) cd 14.98
A man of so many moods and modes, Thurston Moore continues to create all sorts of music and sounds, as wide in scope as the insane record collection we know he has. Earlier this year Sonic Youth gave us a fantastic, and very much pop minded album with Rather Ripped, so we had a feeling that Thurston might be itching to unleash his more experimental side. Flipped Out Bride features two long droning guitar pieces that show Thurston practicing restraint briefly before unleashing some intense guitar brutality. Once again proving himself to be a direct descendent of NY guitar legends like Glen Branca, Rhys Chatham and LaMonte Young. There is a focus, subtly and sharp vision to this recording that sometimes seems to be lacking in Moore's other experimental outings. We really like him in this drone-like setting a lot more than when he try's to get his free-jazz skronk on. Nice!
MPEG Stream: "Flipped Out Bride"
MPEG Stream: "O Sweet Lanolin"

MOORE, THURSTON Kapotte Muziek By... (Korm Plastics) cd 14.98

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Solo Acoustic Vol. 5 - 12 String Meditations For Jack Rose (Win Du Select Qualitite) lp 19.98
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For all the praise that's heaped on Thurston Moore whenever his name or his band Sonic Youth come up, it's sometimes easy to forget what an amazing and unique guitar player he really is. Sure he's in one of the coolest bands EVER, and he's proven to be an adventurous music maker in the avant-garde, and yeah he looks so rad when rocking out on stage, but beyond all that, is a truly spiritual connection to the guitar which he's been able to channel into creating some of the best music of the last quarter century.
We were excited to discover that this album was just Moore playing acoustic guitar, as we really love to hear him play sans pedals and crazy effects, 'cause he manages to still conjure up incredible sounds, creating such sensual and pleasing results from just 12 steel strings. Recorded in loving memory of Jack Rose, these 12-string meditations are some of the most soulful and chilling tracks that Moore has ever recorded. It's so cool that even while playing acoustic, you can hear so many of the trademark guitar sounds and styles that have found their way into Sonic Youth songs over the years. We know that he puts out lots of one off solo recordings or collaborations and it can be hard to keep up sometimes, but do not sleep on this one, it's one of the finest recordings of his mind blowing career.

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Suicide Notes For Acoustic Guitar (Carbon) cd-r 6.98
Whoa! Thurston sure knows how to keep himself occupied and totally balanced, if not bipolar. After releasing two of his prettiest and acoustic based solo records, the song based Demolished, and the self explanatory Solo Acoustic Vol. 5 - 12 String Meditations For Jack Rose, he goes the exact opposite route and releases one of his most fucked up and noisy solo guitar records ever. Suicide Notes For Acoustic Guitar, is in fact a cd-r filled with relentless blasts of electric guitar way in the red and filled with an urgency that never takes a breath. In fact it's got the same kind of crazy intensity and bleeding guitar sounds that can be found on records from folks like Mainliner, High Rise, Keiji Haino, Wolf Eyes, Skullflower etc. But within all this psychedelic noise you can still totally hear his patented approach to guitar playing lurking there all the time right beneath the crushing pace and voltage that blasts out of these tracks from start to finish. Who else in their early '50s can thrash and destroy with this much energy and passion on one record, while getting so dreamy and beautiful on another. The man is a legend for a reason! And while we found the title confusing, we now realize its true meaning, that these are the sorts of sounds that would drive an acoustic guitar to end it all!
MPEG Stream: "Black Hairs"
MPEG Stream: "Stained Silk"
MPEG Stream: "Soul"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON The Best Day (Matador) cd 14.98
Unflaggingly familiar is The Best Day, the first solo record by Thurston Moore since the dissolution of Sonic Youth, if we and everyone else are not to consider Chelsea Light Moving a solo project of Moore's with a couple of likeminded avant-rock noiseniks. There's plenty of bad blood that Moore may need to overcome thanks to the refuse that spilled forth from the dissolution of his marriage with Kim Gordon; but it seems that via both Chelsea Light Moving and The Best Day, Moore is doing his a damn good job of overcoming all of that crap by making a couple of damn good records. It's been long known that the slipstream noise-pop jams that Moore wrote for Sonic Youth, with their Mack truck riffs balanced with avant-geek noodliness and craftsman-like ease, made for the strongest tunes in Sonic Youth's dense catalog. Even more so than the first solo 'pop' album for Moore, the languid Psychic Hearts from 1995, The Best Day recalls everything that we love about Sonic Youth. Those long-form post-pop passages of chiming guitars, his pleading vocal delivery that still has a youthful demeanor despite his elder statesman status, hypnotic unboringness of charmed motorik jangle, unconventional tunes providing occasionally strident overtones that are quelled with a beautifully turned chord change, and pretty much everything else you might love about a Sonic Youth song, well except for the obvious absence of Gordon and Lee Ranaldo. Moore did recruit the much under appreciated timekeeper Steve Shelley for drum duty and Deb Googe of My Bloody Valentine on bass. A jubilant record for sure, and one that is more than worthy of your attention!
MPEG Stream: "Speak To The Wild"
MPEG Stream: "Forevermore"
MPEG Stream: "Detonation"
MPEG Stream: "Germ Burns"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON The Best Day (Matador) 2lp 22.00
Unflaggingly familiar is The Best Day, the first solo record by Thurston Moore since the dissolution of Sonic Youth, if we and everyone else are not to consider Chelsea Light Moving a solo project of Moore's with a couple of likeminded avant-rock noiseniks. There's plenty of bad blood that Moore may need to overcome thanks to the refuse that spilled forth from the dissolution of his marriage with Kim Gordon; but it seems that via both Chelsea Light Moving and The Best Day, Moore is doing his a damn good job of overcoming all of that crap by making a couple of damn good records. It's been long known that the slipstream noise-pop jams that Moore wrote for Sonic Youth, with their Mack truck riffs balanced with avant-geek noodliness and craftsman-like ease, made for the strongest tunes in Sonic Youth's dense catalog. Even more so than the first solo 'pop' album for Moore, the languid Psychic Hearts from 1995, The Best Day recalls everything that we love about Sonic Youth. Those long-form post-pop passages of chiming guitars, his pleading vocal delivery that still has a youthful demeanor despite his elder statesman status, hypnotic unboringness of charmed motorik jangle, unconventional tunes providing occasionally strident overtones that are quelled with a beautifully turned chord change, and pretty much everything else you might love about a Sonic Youth song, well except for the obvious absence of Gordon and Lee Ranaldo. Moore did recruit the much under appreciated timekeeper Steve Shelley for drum duty and Deb Googe of My Bloody Valentine on bass. A jubilant record for sure, and one that is more than worthy of your attention!
MPEG Stream: "Speak To The Wild"
MPEG Stream: "Forevermore"
MPEG Stream: "Detonation"
MPEG Stream: "Germ Burns"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Trees Outside The Academy (Ecstatic Peace) cd 12.98
On his first song based solo outing since 1995's Psychic Hearts, Thurston shows us that he's not afraid of the acoustic guitar or even super pretty melodies. With a great supporting cast at his side including J. Mascis, Samara Lubelski, Gown, Christina Carter, Leslie Keifer and his SY comrade Steve Shelley, Moore has made a superb rock record that shows off his great songwriting skills and his surprisingly dreamy touch. While Moore is usually thought of in regards to electricity and his fondness for noise, it's always been his sprawling guitar playing and ability to make rock songs that swoon with such dignity and grace that we think makes him so special. It should come as no surprise then that Trees Outside The Academy has a sound and feeling that is pretty reminiscent of recent Sonic Youth outings like Rather Ripped and Murray Street, but stripped down to their core with lush violin accompaniment on many of the tracks, and Moore's instantly recognizable guitar playing and vocals. Thurston continues shine, proving once again that he is never going to fade away, not with so many great songs still hidden up his sleeves!
MPEG Stream: "The Shape Is In A Trance"
MPEG Stream: "Honest James"
MPEG Stream: "Trees Outside The Academy"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON Trees Outside the Academy (Ecstatic Peace) picture disc 19.98
Now on lp, and not just a regular old lp, a super cool picture disc!
On his first song based solo outing since 1995's Psychic Hearts, Thurston shows us that he's not afraid of the acoustic guitar or even super pretty melodies. With a great supporting cast at his side including J. Mascis, Samara Lubelski, Gown, Christina Carter, Leslie Keifer and his SY comrade Steve Shelley, Moore has made a superb rock record that shows off his great songwriting skills and his surprisingly dreamy touch. While Moore is usually thought of in regards to electricity and his fondness for noise, it's always been his sprawling guitar playing and ability to make rock songs that swoon with such dignity and grace that we think makes him so special. It should come as no surprise then that Trees Outside The Academy has a sound and feeling that is pretty reminiscent of recent Sonic Youth outings like Rather Ripped and Murray Street, but stripped down to their core with lush violin accompaniment on many of the tracks, and Moore's instantly recognizable guitar playing and vocals. Thurston continues shine, proving once again that he is never going to fade away, not with so many great songs still hidden up his sleeves!
MPEG Stream: "The Shape Is In A Trance"
MPEG Stream: "Honest James"
MPEG Stream: "Trees Outside The Academy"

MOORE, THURSTON & LOREN CONNORS The Only Way To Go (Northern Spy) lp 21.00
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MOORE, THURSTON / JOHN MOLONEY Caught On Tape (Feeding Tube / Manhand) lp 16.98

MOORE, THURSTON / MARCO FUSINATO TM / MF (Sarah Cottier Gallery) cd 16.98
This album makes me embarrassed for conceptual art. Thurston created ten short guitar improvisations, each just barely over a minute long. Fusinato completed a painting in the time that it took for Thurston to make his improvisation. While listening to these slight aural abrasions, Fusinato had to think fast... but all he could come up with was 10 pure red paintings. OK his tools were different for each piece -- one with a blue plastic bag, another with a tin can, then a brush, etc. Maybe that was cool to watch (better than most improv noise shows I'd imagine, visually) but do we really need a cd? This sucks. I mean this really sucks. I don't think I can express how much this sucky piece of suck really sucks.

album cover MOORE, THURSTON / MY CAT IS AN ALIEN From The Earth To The Spheres Vol.1 (Very Friendly) cd 14.98
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All we can say is we hope none of you were duped into buying the super limited lp version of this here record, at the very unfriendly cost of $100!!! What the fuck?!? Okay, sure it had an original piece of artwork, but that's a bit ridiculous, ESPECIALLY considering they are all coming out on cd. Anyway, this is the first in My Cat Is An Alien's series of limited lp / now cd collaborations with other band they dig and respect. Volume one sees the Italian psychspacefolk duo teaming up with Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore. Moore's track is, to be quite honest, super annoying. It may have morphed into something appropriately dreamy or soothing, but we didn't make it that far, the first half is an endlessly ear piercing plinking on the high keys of a piano. Brutal. The MCIAA track is much more appealing, a shimmery, blooping bleeping journey through outer space, instruments are rendered indistinct in crafting a soundscape of swooshes and whirs, dark and moody and expansive. Quite beautiful. Worth it for the MCIAA track alone. Perhaps the Moore track does merit further investigation, but it will have to be for one with ears made of stronger stuff.
MPEG Stream: MY CAT IS AN ALIEN "Brilliance In The Outer Space"

album cover MOORE, THURSTON / TALK NORMAL split (Fast Weapons) 7" 4.98
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While his outings this year have shown the gentler side of Thurston Moore's music making, those who love his noisy leanings need not fear. On this split with Talk Normal, the Sonic Youth guitarist shows he still loves to go as raw and in the red as possible. With three short blasts of guitar driven noise that hark back to his no-wave roots. So it makes sense that on the flipside are Talk Normal, who are very much influenced by that same early '80s damaged New York scene that Moore was a part of. Their song is a slow paced drugged out and dusty slab of fucked up glory. Nice to know Moore and his offspring still know how to keep things weird.

MOORE, THURSTON / WALTER PRATI / GIANCARLO SCHIFFINI Opus : Three Incredible Ideas (Auditorium) cd 15.98
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A new recording of improvisational soundpieces arranged by bassist/cellist Walter Prati. Joining Prati is Sonic Youth's Thurston Moore (on guitar/electronics) and Italian trombonist Giancarlo Schiaffini. Most prevalent in these pieces is Schiaffini's horn, which is for the most part filtered through electronic effects, reshaped and deformed to great effect. Three long tracks total, all recorded live, then mixed and edited in the studio. The sound is more bubbly and tweaked electronics than hollow guitar noise.

MOORE, THURSTON W/ TOM SURGAL Not Me (Fourth Dimension) 10" 10.98
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MOORE, THURSTON W/TOM SURGAL & WILLIAM WINANT Pieces For Jetsun Dolma (Victo) cd 15.98
Guitar/percussion/more percussion trio.

MOORE, THURSTON WITH TOM SURGAL klangfarbenmelodie... And the colonist strikes primitive (Corpus Hermeticum) cd 16.98
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First non-kiwi release from Bruce Russell's label. Surgal drums for the Rudolph Grey's Blue Humans. You know what Moore does. From the press sheet: "Recorded live in early 1995 at the Cooler in NYC, this audience recording is one of those rare examples of an audio verite document that's actually worth having even if you weren't there at the time... The soul of the listener is transported to another planet." (Oh for crying out loud.)

MOORE, THURSTON, & NELS CLINE In-Store (W.D.T.C.H.C./Father Yod) cd 12.98
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Two new discs, one studio (Pillow Wand) and one live, both recorded on the same day, of these two guitarists making beautiful music together. Thurston you all know from his day job in Sonic Youth, Nels is the new lead guitarist for the Geraldine Fibbers and has had his own jazz/rock Trio for some time now.

MOORE, THURSTON, & NELS CLINE Pillow Wand (Little Brother) cd 12.98
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album cover MOPING SWANS, THE Lightninghead To Coffeepot (Fading Captain) cd 10.98
Here's yet another Robert Pollard project! Personally we've lost count, but we're sure all of you die-hard GBV and Pollard fans haven't. And you'll be pleased to find that regardless of his chosen moniker, Pollard continues to follow his often rambunctious, occasionally whimsical indie pop muse. Six songs.
MPEG Stream: "Beaten By The Target"
MPEG Stream: "Lightninghead To Coffeepot"

album cover MOPPERS, THE ( ) Manifest Destroy (Slow Destiny) (Custodian, Color Zoo Containers) cassette 8.98
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We might normally scoff at a release limited to only 37 copies, but when you see the handmade miniature collage covers and hand painted tapes, you'll understand. Each one is hand made, a surreal landscape of humans with animal heads, fragments of buildings, mysterious shapes and figures, all done, tiny, to fit in a cassette. Folks who picked up the other releases on Custodian, Color Zoo Containers, will know what we're talking about. One had a cover, that was an intricate cut out insect, the other hand painted, each on folded transparencies. But it's not just the packaging that gets a lot of attention, the music inside is appropriately skewed and mysterious. This one is by a duo called The ( ) Moppers (space and parentheses required), half of which is the man responsible for C,CZC and the incredible packaging.
This is the document of a live show recorded back in 2004, and while it's difficult to pick out exactly what instruments are used, the result is a gloriously buzzy, crackly rhythmic soundscape, lots of glitchy crunch, throbbing distorted low end, soft chordal drones, some simple drumming, all super lo-fi and blown out, parts of this almost sound like a lo-fi noise rock Aluk Todolo, the same sort of abstract rhythmic mystery, but here, it's much more intimate, lots of little sonic events going on, what sound like music boxes, simple strummed guitar melodies, even some piano, but the various elements are distorted and woven into a loping field of thump and thud, of crunch and clunk, that seems to sprawl and drift, sometimes billowing into thick buzzing swells or harsh grinding distortion, but more often, meandering minimally.
Fans of Avarus and Uton and other Finnish sonic experimentalists will dig, as folks into minimal lowercase soundwork. Cool stuff. And remember. Limited to 37 copies, each one individually hand mad and numbered, we got more than half, but those won't last long...

MOPS Exit (Phoenix Records) cd 17.98

album cover MOPS, THE Psychedelic Sounds In Japan (Victor Entertainment) cd 21.00
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Psychedelic pioneers in their home country, The Mops (great name!) were one of the originators of the Japanese GS (Group Sounds) scene. They were among the first in Japan to experiment with psychedelic studio effects like flanging and phasing, as well as with psychedelic stage lighting effects -- trying as best they could to make up for the scarcity of hallucinogenic drugs like LSD in Japan! This cd reissues their 1968 debut LP, which is supposedly their best although we haven't heard the other seven albums they later released. This album's colorful, Peter Max/Yellow Submarine styled artwork should clue you in to what they were all about -- a trip to the San Francisco Summer of Love of their imagination, full of fuzz and fantasy. As with most teen rock bands of the period, these kids played a lot of sometimes-cheesy covers of big British and American bands -- The Animals, Jefferson Airplane, The Doors -- but they also wrote originals, such as their Monkees-like theme song, the wonderful "I'm Just A Mops" (which was one of the many gems in the recent Nuggets II box set). Derivative and dated, yes, of course, The Mops were and are -- but at their best (doing their own stuff particularily) they're also irresistably enthusiastic and energized. There were better Japanese GS bands, for sure -- the melancholy, timeless sounds of The Jacks being a good example -- but when they're telling you they're just a Mops, can you ask for more? Charming stuff.
RealAudio clip: "track 1"
RealAudio clip: "I'm Just A Mops"
RealAudio clip: "track 7"

album cover MOPS, THE Psychedelic Sounds In Japan lp 19.98
Hey, hey, a vinyl reissue of this old fave, previously reissued some years ago on cd (now out of print) and reviewed by us then, thusly:
Psychedelic pioneers in their home country, The Mops (great Beatles-referencing name!) were one of the originators of the Japanese GS (Group Sounds) scene. They were among the first in Japan to experiment with psychedelic studio effects like flanging and phasing, as well as with psychedelic stage lighting effects - trying as best they could to make up for the scarcity of hallucinogenic drugs like LSD in their country! This is a reissue of their 1968 debut lp, which is supposedly their best although we haven't heard the other seven albums they later released. This album's colorful, Peter Max/Yellow Submarine styled artwork should clue you in to what they were all about - a Magical Mystery trip to the San Francisco Summer of Love of their imagination, full of fuzz and fantasy. As with most teen rock bands of the period, these kids played a lot of sometimes-cheesy covers of big British and American bands, namely the The Animals, Jefferson Airplane, and The Doors, but they also wrote originals, such as their Monkees-like theme song, the wonderful "I'm Just A Mops" (which was one of the many gems in the Nuggets II box set). Derivative and dated, yes, of course, The Mops were and are - but at their best (doing their own stuff particularly) they're also irresistibly enthusiastic and energized. There were better Japanese GS bands, for sure - the melancholy, timeless sounds of The Jacks being a good example - but when they're telling you they're just a Mops, can you ask for more? Charming stuff!!
MPEG Stream: "track 1"
MPEG Stream: "I'm Just A Mops"
MPEG Stream: "track 7"

MORBID Year Of The Goat (Century Media) 2cd 17.98

MPEG Stream: "My Dark Subconscious"
MPEG Stream: "Wings Of Funeral"
MPEG Stream: "Deathexecution (Rehearsal)"

MORBID / MAYHEM A Tribute To The Black Emperors (Warhammer) cd 10.98

MORBID / MAYHEM A Tribute To The Black Emperors (Land of The Rising Sun) lp 17.98

MORBID ANGEL Altars Of Madness (Earache) lp 17.98
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Earache's classic vinyl reissue campaign marches on, now hitting us with Morbid Angel's amazing 1989 debut album, "Altars Of Madness". David Vincent's Satanic growl, Pete "Commando" Sandoval's drum artillery, and the squiggly guitar "lava" of bloody Trey Azagthoth and Pete Brunelle: the might of these eventual kings of death metal was on full display here, with some highlights being "Maze of Torment", "Lord of All Fevers And Plague", and "Chapel of Ghouls". Evil Florida death metal, ah those were the days! (But, this this was only their "A" album, they're at "G" in the alphabet now and still going strong.) Reissued on heavy, colored wax, by the way, like the rest of this Earache vinyl series, which is definitely reminding us of how incredible a roster this record label boasted in its prime. Again, those were the days... (CDs still available, of course.)

album cover MORBID ANGEL Blessed Are the Sick (Earache) cd 14.98
Deluxe cd reissue of Morbid Angel's classic second helping of death metal mastery, their "B" album (coming between "Altars Of Madness" and "Covenant"). With Pete "Commando" Sandoval's blasting drum artillery, Dave Vincent's aggro growl, and Trey Azagthoth's unhinged squiggly guitar leads, these Floridians made death metal for Satan that was bloodier and blacker than anything outta Norway before or since. Their whole catalog is crucial death metal but "Blessed Are The Sick" holds a special place in our hearts. Here their sick, Slayer to the power of Slayer speed collided with classically-inspired keyboard ambience and doomy dirges, taking death metal to a significant high point of both ridiculous excess and truly affecting evil atmosphere.
The original thanks lists in the cd booklet really says it all. Trey Azagthoth says, in part: "I hail to you Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It is to you I dedicate all my works of past present and future. May they outshine the shadowing voices of this other factor of psychic we share existance with. You are the greatest composer of us all. Hail to you O Ancient Ones, Absu Mummu Tiamat, Kutulu, Pazuzu, Humwawa, Xaztur, Hubbur, Kingu, Baxaxaxa Baxaxaxa, The Arylia of Mummu Tiamat, The churning seas of Nar Mattaru, Yog Sothoth, and the ever bubbly bubblies of Shub Niggurath..."
Basically, if you're even a dabbler in "extreme metal" you need to have this disc in your collection, and better late that never, especially as it now comes packaged in a cardboard slipcase, with a Quicktime video for the title track (done all MTV-style) included on the disc, liner notes from Trey, and lotsa photos.
MPEG Stream: "Fall From Grace"

MORBID ANGEL Formulas Fatal To The Flesh (Earache) cd 14.98
Flordian death metal champs' first album without longtime controversial frontman David Vincent. Brilliantly brutal, with obscure lyrics making reference to ancient Sumerian deities that somehow combine the cosmic mythos of HP Lovecraft with the self-help teachings of Tony Robbins! There's also many strange instrumental interludes and even a tribal drum computer exercise. Morbid Angel did not fall off, and this is one of the few new releases in the death metal arena that I'd wholeheartedly recommend.

MORBID ANGEL Formulas Fatal To The Flesh/Love Of Lava (Earache) 2cd 15.98
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These death metal gods' totally amazing release from last year, reissued with a bonus disc consisting entirely of Trey Azagthoth's insane squiggly guitar solos (28 of 'em, over 10 minutes worth) taken from the album sessions! Yes, stupid, but in a totally cool way. Who else would do this? Actually, if 'Love of Lava' were released separately, under some other, obscure (Japanese?) name, we're sure that lovers of out-guitar avant-skronk would be drooling all over it! Couple that with 'Formulas...', one of the best death metal releases of the last few years, and this is a must-have package. Plus, you also get an autographed guitar pick!

MORBID ANGEL Gateways To Annihilation (Earache) cd 14.98
Bandleader/guitarist/Cthulhu worshipper Trey Azagthoth took a break from his favorite online first-person shooter computer games to craft this followup to Morbid Angel's 1997's death metal masterpiece, "Formulas Fatal To The Flesh", along with bandmates guitarist Eric Rutan, drum tornado Pete Sandoval, and vocalist/bassist Steve Tucker (he of "Cremaster 2" fame). More state-of-the-art death metal from these masters, full of Azagthoth's trademark baroque whammy-bar guitar leads, and (lyrically) the ancient philosophy of the Mesopotamians. Still the reigning kings.

album cover MORBID ANGEL Heretic (Earache) 2cd 16.98
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Hail. Album number H from the inimitable Morbid Angel. Featuring as always the squiggly guitar stylings and wacky philosophy of death metal maestro Trey Azagthoth, the inhuman drum performance of Pete "Commando" Sandoval, and the brutal barking and bass playing of Steve Tucker. This trio never disappoints, though some will remark that Heretic does not sport their best production job (which may have to do with recording at home with their sound guy at the helm, though this self-production does prevent any outsider from stifling any of their extreme eccentricity). As you might expect, Heretic is full of complex, staccato song constructs bursting with monstrous bpm levels, which can be simply mesmerizing -- and jaw-dropping. Amazing athletically, and intellectually. After all, someone has to compose and arrange this stuff! Plus, their usual selection of off-the-wall instrumentals includes one called "Drum Check" which demonstrates Pete Sandoval and Morbid Angel's sense of humor. Not to be outdone, Pete's insane drum solo is followed by an equally insane solo guitar piece from Mr. Azagthoth. And if, after that, you had any doubts that the man isn't totally demented and silly, be sure to check out his thanks list inside the cd booklet. The metal tradition of album-sleeve thanks lists has been taken to another absurd level of art by Morbid Angel, one of the many extremes to which these all-time-greats can lay claim. Hail. Also, currently we've got the version that comes with an extra bonus disc of crazy solos and outtakes, but we don't know how long it will be available!
MPEG Stream: "Enshrined By Grace"
MPEG Stream: "Stricken Arise"

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