The ambitions are…

no one here has goals like get a job, get married, have kids
the ambitions are wake up, breathe, keep breathing
no desire to get rich, become famous, move out
the ambitions are wake up, breathe, keep breathing

The Golden Palominos’Dead Inside is now available in the music store. Maybe it has been for a while and I simply just noticed it.

This is the most intense album out of my 2,500 or so album collection. Dark. Visual. Vicious. Beautiful.

When I’m in a particularly black mood, this is the album I listen to at a top volume at 3am with all the lights turned off.

Bill Laswell produces and contributes the bass line to an incredible band of musicians. Nicole Blackman provides biting vocal narratives on top of the mesmerizing beats.


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3 Responses to “The ambitions are…

  1. Stefan Seiz says:

    I love Laswell. Do you remember Material (One Down)? Unfortunately not on itms.
    http://shopping.yahoo.com/p:One%20Down:1921010269;_ylt=AhzMzDGCR8P7oawS.rsrJz5UvQcF;_ylu=X3oDMTBzZTVhM3RqBF9zAzk1OTUxMTEzBGx0AzQEc2VjA2FydHByb2Q-

  2. Stefan Seiz says:

    Listen in to what was the “hit” back then. Still love it…

  3. Amie says:

    intriguing stuff–very reminiscent of some of the slam poetry/music hybrids going around pittsburgh the past decade or so, especially my friend christiane’s band soma mestizo, which i think you’d really enjoy.

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