They call ’em fingers but I’ve never seen them fing.

I’m getting a new turntable Tuesday!

It’s a brand new Audio-Technica AT-LP120. I’ve heard very good things about this turntable, it’s direct-drive; comes with both a USB and traditional ports; has a built-in pre-amp; and even looks suspiciously like a Techincs 1200. Hopefully, it doesn’t suck. Expect a full report later this week.

Until then, I’m not recording much vinyl. Why bother recording on my shit ION USB turntable when I know a better one is on the way? Luckily, I have some stuff saved up. Such as this acid trip of a single.

Amorphous Androgynous
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Yo-Yo_Single Remix)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (She Sells Electric Ego)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Jacknife Lee Mix)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Slo-Mo)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Hippo-Drone)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Trying To Make Impermanent Things Permanent)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (The World’s In Transience)
The Mello Hippo Disco Show (Life’s A Flow)
Anamorphous Androgynous is really Future Sound of London. Although considering how prolific they’ve become as Amorphous Androgynous, maybe it should be the other way around. I remember when FSOL vanished for a few years in the late 90s. Now it seems that they are putting out a new release every few months, whether it be an “archives” release, a collection of new material, or another CD in the A Monstrous Psychedelic Bubble Exploding In Your Mind series. I just can’t keep up. It’s a bummer since I really dig FSOL, but there’s just too much! Oh well, maybe when time, money and a desire to listen to other bands are no long an issue I’ll catch up.

Speaking of the Monstrous series, I recently got my hands on the first volume and…damn. I can see why this is one of Noel Gallagher’s favorite records.

Look, I don’t do acid, but if you do, I assume that doing it while listening to that record would be a very good idea. I can say, with authority, that if you ever find yourself under the influence of prescription pain medication and looking for an album to listen to, that FSOL’s The Pulse EPs is an excellent choice. It’s also pretty good even if your not under the influence.

Anyways, these remixes of one hella trippy tune are from a CD single I bought last week. Enjoy.

One Response to “They call ’em fingers but I’ve never seen them fing.”

  1. Homer J from the UK says:

    I prefer the track ‘Papa New Guinea’ that ‘FSOL’ done(just 4 the bassline alone),or b4 that ‘Humanoid’ when they were under a different name(4 the ‘Berzerker’ samples aone).

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