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    Quote Originally Posted by Polypet View Post
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    I'm revisiting Zaar this morning. I love absolutely everything about this album. Another Cuneiform great.

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    It's a great one, isn't it? I expect you already have it, but if not Platypus, the second album by predecessor band Sotos, is also a must.

    RIP Yan. Such a tragic loss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mascodagama View Post
    It's a great one, isn't it? I expect you already have it, but if not Platypus, the second album by predecessor band Sotos, is also a must.

    RIP Yan. Such a tragic loss.
    I have Platypus, but it's been years since I listened to it attentively. I'll do so tomorrow. Thanks for the reminder!

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    Bubblemath - Edit Peptide
    Boud Deun - The Stolen Bicycle, A General Observation
    Cartoon - SORTIE
    Cheer-Accident - Introducing Lemon, Babies Shouldn't Smoke
    Chrome Hoof - Chrome Black Gold
    Deus Ex Machina - Imparis, Cinque, Devoto. etal
    Doctor Nerve - Did Sprinting Die?
    Far Corner - Far Corner
    Far Corner - Endangered
    Far Corner - Risk
    5UUs - Abandonship
    Forgas Band Phenomena - l'axe du fou axis of madness, Acte V, etal
    Gilgamesh - Arriving Twice
    Happy Family - st, Tossco
    Isotope - Golden Section
    Machine And The Synergetic Nuts Leap Second Neutral
    The Mahavishnu Project - Return to the Emerald Beyond
    Mats Oberg (keyboards) and Morgan Agren (drums)Thanks For Flying With Us, schack-tati, etal
    Miriodor - everything
    National Health
    NeBeLNeSt
    Nucleus
    Picchio Dal Pozzo
    Philharmonie
    Soft Machine
    Thinking Plague
    Univers Zero
    Von Zamla
    Yang - A Complex Nature

    Wow, I didn't realize how many of the Cuneiform artists I really like, I guess I am a avant fusion fan afterall

    I have to thank a local cd shop in Minneapolis for their eclectic selection of cds, as they were mostly found in the obscure Progressive rock bin.

    I swear I bought a Happy the Man cd there that was on the Cuneiform label?? digging now. It was a non Arista disc for sure.

    Tonight, binging on a bunch of these CDs.
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    I'm just gonna copy and paste from the Top 10 Cuneiform thread, since my list is the same. In no particular order:

    1. Bone - Uses Wrist Grab
    2. Cheer-Accident - Fear Draws Misfortune (My former band Tamandua did a double bill with them when they hit Boston on tour for this album. We all had a freakin' blast.)
    3. Curlew - Fabulous Drop (or pretty much any Curlew released on Cuneiform. Though not originally released on Cuneiform, North America is another favorite. An album with Fred Frith and Tom Cora on it is a groovy thing. The Cuneiform issue with the six extra live tracks is a big hairy bonus. That's right people, the bonus is simultaneously big and hairy.)
    4. Dead Cat Bounce - Chance Episodes
    5. Doctor Nerve - Skin
    6. Hamster Theatre - Carnival Detournement (The Public Execution of Mister Personality is also awesome, but Carnival Detournement was the first one I dug into.)
    7. Happy Family - Toscco
    8. Machine and the Synergetic Nuts - Leap Second Neutral
    9. Thinking Plague - In Extremis (I dig them all. A History of Madness is a close second, but In Extremis is the first one I dug into.)
    10. Volapuk - Polyglot

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJBrady View Post
    I swear I bought a Happy the Man cd there that was on the Cuneiform label?? digging now. It was a non Arista disc for sure.
    We actually released four CDs by Happy The Man!

    Third, Beginnings, Live, Death's Crown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick L. View Post
    I'm just gonna copy and paste from the Top 10 Cuneiform thread, since my list is the same. In no particular order:

    1. Bone - Uses Wrist Grab
    2. Cheer-Accident - Fear Draws Misfortune (My former band Tamandua did a double bill with them when they hit Boston on tour for this album. We all had a freakin' blast.)
    3. Curlew - Fabulous Drop (or pretty much any Curlew released on Cuneiform. Though not originally released on Cuneiform, North America is another favorite. An album with Fred Frith and Tom Cora on it is a groovy thing. The Cuneiform issue with the six extra live tracks is a big hairy bonus. That's right people, the bonus is simultaneously big and hairy.)
    4. Dead Cat Bounce - Chance Episodes
    5. Doctor Nerve - Skin
    6. Hamster Theatre - Carnival Detournement (The Public Execution of Mister Personality is also awesome, but Carnival Detournement was the first one I dug into.)
    7. Happy Family - Toscco
    8. Machine and the Synergetic Nuts - Leap Second Neutral
    9. Thinking Plague - In Extremis (I dig them all. A History of Madness is a close second, but In Extremis is the first one I dug into.)
    10. Volapuk - Polyglot
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    Machine and the Synergetic Nuts - Leap Second Neutral

    This was one of my favorites.Maybe if it had sold better there would have been more by them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow View Post
    Machine and the Synergetic Nuts - Leap Second Neutral

    This was one of my favorites.Maybe if it had sold better there would have been more by them.
    Oh yeah. I love those guys

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    My favorites are the first batch I bought in 2003 at Tower Records.

    Univers Zero - Rhythmix
    Picchio Dal Pozza - Cammere Zimmer Rooms
    The Muffins - Bandwidth
    Hamster Theater - Carnival Detournament
    The Grits - As The World Grits
    Nice to see the Hamster get some love here. That one is a classic, imho
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    Hunger's Teeth
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    Decline And Fall
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    Way Back When
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    NDIO - Airback
    Curlew - Paradise
    Ed Palermo - Take Your Clothes Off...
    Carnival Detournement

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