Sunday, December 05, 2004

I guess I should format and dress this but I'm keen on getting out for breakfast..... So..the records I listened to most in 2004 (I guess I've missed a few too...a year is a longish time):

Phonique-Red Dress (Tiefschwarz) Inner City-Say Something Slam-Lie to me (Dave Clarke) David Duriez-On Your Elbows (Hardfloor) Zap Mama-Bandy Bandy (Carl Craig) Kellis-Trick me (Tiefschwarz) Tiefschwarz-Blow Unit 4-Body Dub Kraftwerk –Aeorodynamik (FK & EdC/PB) Vector Lovers-Electro-Robotic Disco Abe Duque & Blake Baxter-What Happened Blake Baxter-Enjoy the Silence Ferrer & Sydenham-Timbuktu Greg Churchill-Plutonic Spektrum-Something New (Tiefschwarz dub) Stratus-Vapour Jersey Devil Social Club Elvis Costello-The Delivery Man The Killers Nouvelle Vague Brian Wilson-Smile Moxie-5, 6 , 7 Directions & Throbbing Gristle- (Carl Craig) Rex the Dog-Prototype and the b side of Frequency that sounds like Hong Kong Garden Depeche Mode-mixes 04 Black Strobe-Abwher Disco Alden Tyrell-Disco Lunar Module Delia Gonzalez & Gavin Russom-Rise LFA-Yeah Aardvark-Cult Copy 2 (Carl Craig) Ricardo Villalobos-Dexter Cajmere-Midnight Abe Duque-Besame Mucho Roy Davis-About Love Kayne West album Chikinki LP & 10” Mu-Paris Hilton DFA Vol 2 Comp Turntablerockers-Troy Dub Soul Jazz Philly 2 Soane CD Mutiny / Robert Owens-Lucky My Love Michael Mayer Putsch 79- Putsch LP Social Classics Vol 3..Don Letts LP Playgroup-Reproduction LP Kraftwerk-Tour De France LP Harrison Crump-Ride Annie-Chewing Gum (Mylo) Baitercell-Whats down Low Churchill Mix v/a-Out On a Funky Trip CD v/a-Groove On Down LP Mateo Murphy-Panic Temptations-Psychedelic Soul CD Hardfloor-Soulful Spirit DK7-White Shadow (actually the killer acid b side but I can't remember the name) infinity-Back to Chicago NERD-She Wants to Move (DFA) Eric Kupper-Cuchifritos Blake Baxter-Sexuality (Ben Sims) Jeff Mills Choice LP and a veritable truckload of early techno, electro, soul, nyc eighties garage & funk, chi-house, hip hop (big Cold Chillin' thang), post punk rhythms, lovers, roots reggae, and sixties brit-pop....

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