#1075 The xx – I See You

The xx released their third album I See You in 2017 to critical success. I was a fan immediately. I love the vocals of Oliver Sim and Romy Madley Croft; they are perfect together. My favourite songs are “I Dare You” (probably one of my favourite songs), “On Hold”, “Say Something Loving”, “A Violent Noise”, […]

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#733 PJ Harvey – Dry

Honestly, I have never heard anything from English musician and singer-songwriter PJ Harvey. That being said, it makes me wonder if it will be another artist that I wish I could skip. I have not really found any treasures in the 90s that make me want to rethink my whole life. I wonder how it […]

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#112 Os Mutantes

Os Mutantes first album is Os Mutantes which means “The Mutants” in Portuguese. I thought Brazil only had football, bad Samba music, beautiful people, and coffee. Oh Christ Redeemer statue is located there too. Can their music be redeemed with psychedelia? Lyrics are important to me. I write or wrote poetry before I moved to […]

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1001 Albums #43

Jacques Brel. Enregistrement Public à l’Olympia 1964. Enough said. Okay, maybe a bit more for those who do not know of him. He was from Belgium. He died in 1978 at the young age of 49, but he knew he was dying since 1973. If Edith Piaf was the queen of chanson, then Brel was the […]

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