Recollection is a project to review my record collection. I will listen to an album I own and review it. The album will be chosen randomly by computron. Today computron chooses… Album: Expressions Artist: Music Go Music Released: 2009 Format(s) I own it on: Vinyl At some point Carrie Brownstein of Sleater-Kinney/Wild Flag/Portlandia fame tweeted about a band called Music Go Music. I listened to the song, and bought the album on vinyl. The record was pieced together from three different EPs, but works pretty well as an album. The album is a cross between Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and Abba. It’s addictive and fun, but didn’t seem to stay much in rotation. I… Read More »Recollection Volume 10 – Expressions
Music Go Music
Music Go Music have a more traditional music video, but it’s not as much fun as their previous ones. I like that chicken guy’s in both. Now that we’re done with that, how about some You Say Party, We Say Die? Or, how about The Beatles?
NPR’s Carrie Brownstein posted some video links on her blog Monitor Mix. I was in awe after seeing those videos. The songs were catchy, timeless, and fun. I immediately emailed Soundscapes (oddly enough thinking I was emailing Criminal Records) asking if they had it in stock. They didn’t because they don’t specialize in vinyl, like Criminal, but ordered it in for me. I picked it up today, and I really love it.