Once in a while strange old Facebook-updates resurface, this time a more than four year old one from the great DJ Walker aka. DJursland.
I didn’t even know Mr. Walker in 2010…
So here’s a list compiled in 5 minuttes.
Nina Hagen Band: Nina Hagen Band
The first record I bought. It introduced me to rock and my life was changed
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Brian Eno and David Byrne: My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts
A groundbreaking funky experiment that pioneered sampling.
Led Zeppelin: II
What are you saying is it THAT old! Was my reaction when I first heard it ca. 1982.
XTC: Drums And Wires
Probably the record I’ve heard the most. Their previous record Go 2 was quirkier, but this is a much more complete record
Simple Minds: Sons And Fascination
Defined the early 80’ies. “To be positive you have to go through a certain amount of negativity…”As Jim Kerr stated in an interview.
Dead Kennedys: Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables
When punk grew up.
Stiff Little Fingers: Inflammable Material
When punk had a point.
Gang Of Four: Entertainment
When punk was experimental
Air: Moon Safari
A dreamy masterpiece
Malk De Koijn: Sneglzilla
So many wild and imaginative rhymes
Defined my childhood
The Horrorist: Manic Panic
The cover was starring at me! Seriously!
Stan Getz & João Gilberto: Getz/Gilberto
A must have
Nirvana: Never Mind
When punk went mainstream
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The Cure: Seventeen Seconds
Ah…The gloom…It’s a rainy dark day sitting inside sipping tea while reading poetry.