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  • Quisquillian

    I disagree with your assessment of Rowla entirely, though you may be right in the respect that perhaps Rowla was a prototype of Cherry Pie, in terms of Composition. I prefer Rowla however. I was far too belligerent in my "shout", I apologise for that. But listen, I've been listening to Underworld for over a decade, I'm by no means new to Cowgirl and its lyrics. That said, I believe you may be right! No hard feelings man. Peace :)

    27 Jul 2013 Responder
  • niqart

    Hi) I would like to share with you recently found track really resembled me Underworld's sound. What do you think?

    24 Mar 2013 Responder
  • niqart

    As for me Karl's mish mash gibberish vocal isn`t main feature of their style. Their ability of particular blending of techno, post-rave, guitar, urban-industrial samples is what I unsuccessfully try to seek for.

    2 Oct 2012 Responder
  • niqart

    Interesting information because 9 years ago I just really can`t understand how come 10 tracks with total duration 93:36 fitted into 1 audio CD format. By the way I mentioned about Born Slippy NUXX as a number of STITI below) / Your top 3 tracks of UW & what band can you mark as a real similar to thier stuff (not Fluke, Orbital, Orb, Leftfield, Chem. Brothers, FSOL). Despite of my love to many representatives of electronic music, I still can`t find such kind of electronic band like Underworld

    23 Sep 2012 Responder
  • niqart

    No I haven`t yet heard "Thing In A Book" that going to be longer than "shortened" Second Hand) Thanks for tipping about it. And as you may know Cherry Pie is a very advanced version of boring & annoying in second half "Rowla". Anyways SHITI is their most strongest album due to such numbers as Pearls Girl, Rez, Born Slippy NUXX, JKTDOL, BSC , Blueski & Stagger.. By the way have u listened to their dark & weird "Choppo"? If haven`t so there`s a link for u

    21 Sep 2012 Responder
  • niqart

    Hi! It`s a very difficult to rank all other Underworld`s albums cos they are different for me. STITI has really epic tracks, BCF has best UW`s track Jumbo. Barking has a great electronic pop-single Diamond Jigsaw. Furthermore I extremely love such b-sides as Cherry Pie, Second Hand,8 ball - these 3 tracks more fine than majority of other ones from their numbered albums. But now "A Hundread days off" became the only album I like to listen to wholly as a single creation

    21 Sep 2012 Responder
  • LaLoqueHumaine

    Well, Prodigy circa the Fat of the Land was huge in France while Underworld is mostly known for Born Slippy, so probably the fact that most of the crowd (including me) knew Prodigy songs much better and was more excited by seeing them probably made quite a big difference. But both were very good anyway.

    26 Ago 2012 Responder
  • alin1

    Thanks for link. I'm still browsing that site, Archived Music Press...

    28 Jul 2012 Responder
  • lololaurens

    Well I'm glad my suggestion was good! You definitely shouldn't be too judgmental with his music. A lot of it is good on the first listen, but some of his best songs take a few listens for you to realize how great they are. I am definitely very good at making long responses.. I suppose you could say it's my trademark, haha. I just find short responses so boring! When someone just replies like "that's cool" or "haha" I get soo angry (well not angry, but it can really annoy me). I just can never get my thoughts across in a few words! Plus I always enjoy reading long and rambly responses so I just assume that everyone else is the same way.. I've probably scared off a number of people. See, I'm doing it again! The post below me is basically a summary of the two long suggestions I made, only he doesn't mention Michigan. But I agree with him, I definitely would not recommend anyone be introduced to Sufjan with Age of Adz or Seven Swans. Save them for later.

    13 Jun 2012 Responder
  • LaLoqueHumaine

    Illinois with no hesitation ! It's just an improvement of the same recipe as Michigan (which was already pretty good). Age of Adz is more quirky and strange, as awesome as it is, it might be a more complicated introduction to Sufjan (except maybe if you love Bjork or Max Tundra, same amount of bleeps and bloops). Seven Swans might be the most barenaked intimate one, I would rank it lower than the other 3 but it has some really touching moments (the title song in particular)

    13 Jun 2012 Responder
  • lololaurens

    What I would suggest you do is give both albums one listen through and see what your first impression is. You probably will like one better than the other, since that's usually what happens when I show people his music. I suppose if you only have time for one album, you should listen to Illinois, since it overall gets better ratings from more people and if you listen to it as a whole it is quite wonderful. But even if you don't like Illinois (which would surprise me since the only people who really don't like it are the teenyboppers who listen to Justin Bieber and such and I can tell that is most definitely not what you are) give Michigan a listen! It is also a lovely album. I'd give you my favorites from each but I want you to listen to each as a whole! Sorry if this suggestion sucked, since I can never get my thoughts across in words. And let me know if you have any other questions!

    13 Jun 2012 Responder
  • lololaurens

    Oh gosh, choosing which album I think someone should start out with isn't easy.. I guess it depends on what you're looking for. Illinois definitely is an amazing album and I think it appeals to the largest number of people. It has a pretty good mix of things, from instrumental songs to slow songs to upbeat ones. I think if you like good music though you'd probably enjoy any of his albums. The Age of Adz can take a few listens to actually like the whole thing (it's a very.. interesting album) so I wouldn't suggest starting with that one (it is amazing though!). If you prefer more mellow and acoustic music then I'd say listen to his Michigan album. It is gorgeous and isn't way out there like some of his other stuff. His other albums are great too but I'd suggest starting with Illinois of Michigan.. though the first CD I heard of his was Illinois and that did get me hooked. (I'm continuing this in another post since I'm such a rambler)

    13 Jun 2012 Responder
  • artrush

    hey dude thanks for replying, i've just got on spotify recently and am ODing on all the alternate takes I now have access to. have been listening to Elvis Close Up and Today, Tomorrow & Forever, also the complete masters box sets. i've heard a few of the FTD releases and some bootlegs, I think the best representation of elvis' live show is One Night in Vegas recorded aug 10 '70, absolute killer the whole way through. what are your favourites of these? any to recommend i may not have?

    3 Jun 2012 Responder
  • SkinneeJay

    The vesion I'm referring to do has Why Why Why and Rez in a bonus disc. I found a download for it so it was probably released on CD too.

    8 Mar 2012 Responder
  • SkinneeJay

    As for the list, I'm actually satisfied with it mostly. A lot of good stuff there - I never heard of Plastklman though. Almost every good EDM artist I know is there, and a few surprises too (The KLF? The Shamen?). Deadmau5 is a good musician, his stuff can bang really hard, but he lacks the craft to make memorable tracks that sound both like dance music and just plain music - Which is what the best EDM does.

    7 Mar 2012 Responder
  • SkinneeJay

    The remastered Dubnobass is so much better. The album is great but it demands loud volume to get the best effect. Now "Spoonman" finally sounds like a Progressive House classic. Wiki says STITI was 're-released', which I guess means remastered. I can't wait to hear 'Juanita/Kiteless/To Dream of Love" with proper volume.

    7 Mar 2012 Responder
  • SkinneeJay

    Where was the list with 'top dance acts'? And how did UW end up so low?

    4 Mar 2012 Responder
  • melbirch

    thankyou my friend keep playing elvis

    6 Oct 2011 Responder
  • 1959wolle

    Danke.Deine Musik ist auch super.Ich dir noch eine schöne Woche.. Schöne Grüße Wuppertal Wolle

    27 Sep 2011 Responder
  • GrilledShoes

    Thank you very much man, will do! :))

    15 Sep 2011 Responder
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