I like the song "Toxygene" off it.
By the way, does anyone else find having new albums out by groups named
Orb, Orbit, and Orbital, totally confusing?
> although it does have a "secret" track about 4 minutes after the end
> of the last track, which annoys me. I mean, what's the point of
> having a seekable medium if you intentionally defeat it, for no
> artistic purpose I can discern?
To be cool? Nirvana, REM, Green Day, and Weird Al have all pulled this
crap, too. And Marilyn Manson did worse - they made the "Antichrist
Superstar" CD 99 tracks just to be a bunch of wankers.
> The new Chemical Bros. CD is really good too, although it doesn't
> appear to have hit KUCI's charts yet.
Too mainstream to hit the KUCI charts - it debuted on Billboard's album
chart at number 14 with 50,000 sales its first week out. I love that
song "Block Rockin' Beats" from them.
And I'm thinking about buying "The Saint" soundtrack, as per Tim's
recommendation. Darn, I've been bit by the techno bug.
> 13. That Dog-Retreat From The Sun-DGC
This is a great album, plus it was the first concert Rohit ever went to.
It's priced nicely, too, $7 new at Tower. Check out the song "never say
> 26. Ani Difraco-Living In Clip-Righteous Babe
Her first live album!! This CD rules... KCRW played it one morning.
I'm buying it the next time I'm at the CD store.
I also still recommend Ben Folds Five's "Whatever and Ever Amen".
What I would like for my birthday is for some sun and someone to decide
on what I am going to do for the rest of my life.
-- Jennifer Rifkin