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Friday, September 05, 2003

One Hundred Records That Shook the World (When the No One Was Listening). Music lends itself to this better than anything, appealing to the Nick Hornby in us all. Let's see, Paris 1919 has been a favorite of mine for years. On the strength of Christgau's review I searched for years before finding Dancing in Your Head in Japan (only to return to the States and discover it re-released three months later). I keep meaning to pick up something by Tony Conrad. Exposure is one of the great lost records of all time. The Original Modem Lovers is great, but is it really obscure enough to be on this list? There is not a lot here that screams to me, "You need to buy this!" but I can see wanting to check some of it out. (Via Follow Me Here.)

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