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Marcus David

  1. Los Angeles, California
  2. Rock
  1. collection 36
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  1. Relapse Records: 25 Years of Contamination
    by Various Artists
    00:00/00:00
    March Of The Fire Ants March Of The Fire Ants
  2. In The Face Of Evil
    by Magic Sword
    00:00/00:00
    Made an awesome Thor: Ragnarok trailer even better.
  3. Dead Cross
    by Dead Cross
    00:00/00:00
    Divine Filth Divine Filth
    The pairing of Mike Patton's larynx and Dave Lombardo's hands/feet is a study in visceral athleticism.
  4. TONY WILLIAMS Tokyo 1978
    by TONY WILLIAMS
    00:00/00:00
    Wild Life Wild Life
    Billy Cobham had Tommy Bolin; Tony Williams had Ronnie Montrose. The improbable missing link between "Bad Motor Scooter" and "In a Silent Way."
  5. Heartworn Highways (Original Soundtrack)
    by Heartworn Highways
    00:00/00:00
    Pancho and Lefty Pancho and Lefty
    The country-music analogue to spending a night at Birdland in '54 or CBGB in '78.
  6. Blessed Black Wings
    by High on Fire
    00:00/00:00
    Devilution Devilution
    Splash of gasoline, pinch of gunpowder; broken glass, razorblades, sledgehammers to taste; top with bourbon and blood. Mix inside a combustion engine and incinerate on high. Serves all.
  7. IV
    by BADBADNOTGOOD
    00:00/00:00
    Confessions Pt II (Feat. Colin Stetson) Confessions Pt II (Feat. Colin Stetson)
  8. Ex Eye
    by Ex Eye
    00:00/00:00
    Opposition/Perihelion; The Coil Opposition/Perihelion; The Coil
    Turns out the only thing more metal than blast beats and Orange stacks is a baritone sax.
  9. Reflections of a Floating World
    by Elder
    00:00/00:00
    The Falling Veil The Falling Veil
  10. Love Is Overtaking Me
    by Arthur Russell
    00:00/00:00
    Maybe She Maybe She
    He broke more ground with cellos and turntables than he did with the acoustic guitar, but damn if it isn't a treat to hear Russell showing up the major-label troubadours of his day.
  11. The Letting Go
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    00:00/00:00
    No Bad News No Bad News
  12. Ease Down The Road
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    00:00/00:00
    Rich Wife Full Of Happiness Rich Wife Full Of Happiness
  13. The Shape Of Punk To Come
    by Refused
    00:00/00:00
    Worms of the Senses / Faculties of the Skull Worms of the Senses / Faculties of the Skull
  14. The Armor of Ire
    by Eternal Champion
    00:00/00:00
    I Am The Hammer I Am The Hammer
  15. Best Troubador
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    00:00/00:00
    The Day The Rains Came The Day The Rains Came
    Proof that, when it comes to great American songwriters, it takes one to know one.
  16. Lie Down In The Light
    by Bonnie "Prince" Billy
    00:00/00:00
    You Want That Picture You Want That Picture
    Only someone who's seen his share of darkness could so convincingly capture the light on the other end.
  17. Viva Last Blues
    by Palace Music
    00:00/00:00
    Cat's Blues Cat's Blues
  18. TRAILS OF KOZMIC DUST
    by Cloud Catcher
    00:00/00:00
    Astral Warlord Astral Warlord
    Come for the album cover, stay for the riffs. There's nothing like the simple pleasure of hearing three people in a room together, pummeling the ever living shit out of their instruments.
  19. Everybody Works
    by Jay Som
    00:00/00:00
    One More Time, Please One More Time, Please
    All this music came out of one person? Somehow Melina Duterte is as formidable a songwriter and producer as she is an instrumentalist.
  20. Light Comes In
    by Ali Dineen
    00:00/00:00
    Prayer Prayer
  21. Heart Like a Levee (Deluxe)
    by Hiss Golden Messenger
    00:00/00:00
    Biloxi Biloxi
    This is what Gram Parsons was talking about when he coined the term "Cosmic American Music." M.C. Taylor & co. know how to get from Appalachia to the Delta to Laurel Canyon in a single drive.
  22. Pure Comedy
    by FATHER JOHN MISTY
    00:00/00:00
    Pure Comedy Pure Comedy
    Pretty enough to counterbalance its pretensions. Not that it's much of a decoder ring, but FJM probably only expects us to take him as seriously as he takes himself.
  23. Nightmare Logic
    by Power Trip
    00:00/00:00
    Executioner's Tax Executioner's Tax
    One of the greatest metal albums ever. Period. Long live the Big 4 and all, but this is the best thing to happen to thrash since the '80s. Arthur Rizk!
  24. Red Devil Dawn
    by Crooked Fingers
    00:00/00:00
    Carrion Doves Carrion Doves
    appears in 1 other collection
  25. Heartless
    by PALLBEARER
    00:00/00:00
    A Plea For Understanding A Plea For Understanding
    Memorable riffs by the metric ton, melody delivered in an atomic sweep, a sonic palette as varied as stained glass. If only the production were as thick as Foundations of Burden...
  26. Not Even Happiness
    by Julie Byrne
    00:00/00:00
    I Live Now As A Singer I Live Now As A Singer
    It's mesmerizing to hear the raw human presence behind Rooms With Walls and Windows find her voice.
  27. Ty Segall
    by Ty Segall
    00:00/00:00
    Orange Color Queen Orange Color Queen
    The best one-stop shop for Segall's well-established brand of hooky garage-bound thunder.
  28. Our First 100 Days
    by Our First 100 Days
    00:00/00:00
    Royko Royko
    Tuck Frump!
  29. COMPILATION (I, II, & III)
    by SHEER MAG
    00:00/00:00
    FAN THE FLAMES FAN THE FLAMES
    This is true workingwoman's rock & roll, as heavy on message as it is on shred.
  30. He Who Travels Far
    by Hanggai
    00:00/00:00
    Xiger Xiger Xiger Xiger
    Mongolian folk filtered through the lens of Ennio Morricone and the Pogues – just about as culturally omnivorous as music gets. Stay tuned for that Marc Ribot guest spot.
  31. Sumerlands
    by Sumerlands
    00:00/00:00
    The Guardian The Guardian
    This record– an ostensible love letter to NWOBHM/power metal– could have easily amounted to nothing more than throwbacks for throwbacks' sake. In the hands of Arthur Rizk, it transcends them.
  32. Puberty 2
    by Mitski
    00:00/00:00
    Your Best American Girl Your Best American Girl
    Beneath the abundance of surface textures lies something far more consequential: a point of view, hers and hers alone, and a damn compelling one at that.
  33. Air
    by Astronoid
    00:00/00:00
    Homesick Homesick
    The very idea of blackened pop-punk is sure to polarize both sides of that aisle, but it's taking these risks that makes Astronoid worthy of the ever-shapeshifting metal community.
  34. Paradise
    by WHITE LUNG
    00:00/00:00
    Hungry Hungry
    Every now and then, there comes a band that reminds you why you fell in love with rock & roll in the first place. In 2016, White Lung was that band and Paradise was the record. Think Loretta Lynn by way of Girlschool.
  35. Cardinal
    by Pinegrove
    00:00/00:00
    Cadmium Cadmium
    One of those rare records that transports you to the room where it was recorded: the fingertips brushing the guitar strings, the singer's breath on the microphone, the sticks on skins at the back of the room.
  36. It Follows
    by Disasterpeace
    00:00/00:00
    Heels Heels
    Comparisons to John Carpenter are inevitable (as they are with the film as a whole), but one need only hear the music by itself to recognize that Disasterpeace is just a few guest vocalists away from standing shoulder-to-shoulder with Jamie xx and James Blake.