Well, heres yet another one of these. I assume if youre listening to it, you want to be…so I should probably stop worrying about the rambling nature of it. If youre listening to it simply because it annoys you, well…thats super weird. Anyways, this is episode 5, loosely based on the 2001 album Terria. Hope youre groovy - Dev
So Ive been hearing that you folks have been enjoying this enough that I should continue? Im happy to do so, but its certainly odd. I'll just keep plugging through them and I hope they dont veer into crazy levels of pretentiousness, especially as I let my gaurd down. Maybe thats part of this whole process in the long run though so...have at er. Heres another one: 'Physicist' released in 2000
So this is episode 3, about the album 'Infinity' (which followed City and Ocean Machine). I warn you going into this: I am confusing in the ways i explain this one. Theres so many things I would like to say and honestly, Im barely able to be coherant about it all here. Once it gets going it makes a bit more sense, but it takes a while to warm up... and really, fair play. This was a hard thing to record and discuss, and in reviewing it, I still didnt find myself able to even scratch the surface. Regardless, Infinity was exactly where I was at the time, so I have no 'regrets', but you know...yikes. Anyways, I hope you enjoy this as in any case, I tried to at least be honest...(maybe a bit hard on myself, but honest nonetheless). Take care- Dev
This is episode 2, about the second Strapping Young Lad album, CITY. I figured instead of doing Terria next, Id do them in order (though Ive still ignored HAARHT and Punky thus far, but I'll get to them) and City was done simultaneously to Ocean Machine and best keeps the momentum going.
It took less time to do this than I thought, so I may wait a day before starting Infinity, but if you're bored...heres another rambling slab of...well..me.
This is the inaugural episode, and I figure the best way to dip my toes into this format is to use it as an opportunity to discuss all the albums in depth. This one gets into my album 'Ocean Machine' as a decent starting point.