Yeah, that sums me up

I just ordered some used hard copies of the self-titled "Supreme Beings of Leisure," Morcheeba's "Big Calm," and "Songs to Burn Your Bridges By" from Project 86.

So that's American 90's trip hop, british 90's trip hop, and Christian hardcore (with some of the coolest album art... EVAR). Talk about musical whiplash.

Oh, and I spent a grand total of just over $12, including shipping. Why would you bother downloading them when you can get the real deal so much cheaper?

1 comment:

Butch Cassidy said...

My purchases have made more sense lately: punk-ish stuff with folk/bluegrass instrumentation, anti-social New Englanders putting out a modern folk duet, new bluegrass out of Michigan.