Monday, September 8, 2008

Mid-50s w/100% Chance of Rain

Today's forecast in the corn-hole calls for temperatures in the mid-50s, over-cast w/ intermittent showers throughout the course of the day. As such, I broke out the autumn sweater for the first time this season, which also means that I had to throw in Yo La Tengo's I Can Hear the Heart Beating As One. I still consider this to be one the top LPs recorded since the mid-90s; not to mention that ICHtHBAO soundtracks an autumn day perfectly (especially the down-temo tunes). While nearly every track is amazing, standouts include: "Sugarcube," "Damage," "Deeper into Movies," "Stockholm Syndrome," and "Autumn Sweater."


On a related note, the following three LPs are must buys. Click on images for reviews of each, respectively:

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4 comments:

Johnny Cakes said...

Warchevski gifted me the Yo La Tengo for my birthday four years ago. It still plays to this day! You heard, Rick Rude?

Peter PleasureCruise said...

the beck album is good stuffs.

Johnny Cakes said...

I bought the RATATAT on vinyl this week. It kills! Although, the sucky thing is that when you remove the packing wrap, the wicked-sweet band logo/sticker comes off. Did I mention that the album kills? 'Natch.

Johnny Cakes said...

I buy Becks today. It is fun and excitement.