Wrestling Forum : WWE, TNA, ROH, Wrestling Videos, Women of Wrestling Forums - View Single Post - The Art of the Album

View Single Post

Old 09-10-2012, 12:18 PM   #30 (permalink)
blarg_
Ayatollah of Moral turpitude
 
blarg_'s Avatar
 
Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: My giant Igloo with built-in Wi-Fi
Posts: 3,496
blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000blarg_ 7501 - 8000
Default Re: The Art of the Album

Quote:
Originally Posted by 777 View Post
Sorry Blarg, I don't really know a whole lot of electronic music. Love Daft Punk's Homework though.
Daft Punk's Homework is a great album for sure. Back in grade school, my friends were obsessed with "Around the World" and "Da Funk", couldn't help but get into it lol

My list is an acquired taste for sure, but if you want to step outside your comfort zone, i'd say check out the first entry on my list "Younger Brother - Last days of Gravity". For me, it really is the album that set the bar in terms of how I viewed electronic music. The album artwork was designed by Storm Thorgerson which is the guy that designed most of Pink Floyd's album art. Not surprising, this album seems to draw inspiration from Pink Floyd, while remaining extremely distinctive.
__________________
blarg_ is offline   Reply With Quote