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J.R.OMEGA

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    Music, Video Games, Tatts, Graffiti
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  1. This is one of the things I wish Lana would have kept with. Had Lana used one the the other group shots taken for COCC that had a horse in it (such as the Spotify pic disc); then Lana having some kind of transportation on every album cover would still be a thing. COCC kinda broke with that tradition ๐Ÿ™ I guess having at least one variation with some form of transportation on it still counts actually. Even if it's not the official cover.
  2. I will add that some of the most prolific artists of previous decades have released albums almost on a yearly basis. That's not something that happens anymore, but back in the 60s and 70s, albums were coming out a lot more often than every few years. The music industry changed over the years and publishers started to milk single album releases much more which pushed full releases further apart. Look at releases from Fleetwood Mac, Cher and Linda Ronstadt in the 70s; full albums came out every single year. Even Madonna's first 2 albums came out a year apart, but then you start to see the change as her releases started to spread themselves further apart. My whole point is, Lana releasing albums as often as she has recently is a nice harkening back to album releases of yesteryear and I'm all here for it !! We're getting fed ๐Ÿค™๐Ÿป
  3. I'd be happy with songs akin to Thunder, Wild on You, Living Legend, Children of the Bad Revolution, Wild One. COTBR has always been a personal fave. I wish Lana had more rockish tracks like that one. I highly doubt any of these unreleased will ever be officially released. I'm glad we have them as leaks. They are such gems
  4. #typical ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  5. After seeing and hearing the IG clip I can say that Blue Banisters sounds like the name of a country album. Not necessarily the "revenge" feel I was expecting given her tirade a few weeks ago when she dropped RCS tile on us. BB sounds beautiful and atmospheric, but I'd be lying if I said I was expecting something more impactful ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ I get that there is still a whole album to hear after this title track and I will lap up anything Lana. She's my fave ๐Ÿงก Also, COCC was the shortest era yet for Lana, correct?
  6. Thank you for updating us on the difference between the two pressings. I will have to check my Amazon copy to see if it has the 'Made in Canada' sticker on it. I want both variations now !! I also want the two different transparent variations too, but I'm not sure how to tell them apart (packaging wise) Edit: which one do you consider the beige one? Left or right in the picture
  7. The shocking thing here is that you actually have a tape deck to play it on ๐Ÿคฏ I haven't had one of those in 20yrs
  8. The challenge I have is that I never open my vinyl in order to keep them in mint condition. I have no idea which color my Amazon is or how clear my transparent variant actually is ๐Ÿคฆ๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  9. I liked it to, but I wish their verses were swapped. It's more a Nikki track than a Lana track imo
  10. Damn, I missed this poll. Chances are tho, I would have selected the same. Want Rock, will receive Folk ๐Ÿคฆโ€โ™‚๏ธ
  11. I agree with this. Though NFR was fucking brilliant in my opinion. The bridge of DTWD gives me life and an album in that vein would be ๐Ÿ”ฅ
  12. Thank you ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป
  13. Listening to Kinda Outta Luck rn. I want bad-ass bitch Lana back, just sayin'
  14. So after some play throughs of COCC I can def say this is Lana's folk album. The Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell influences are apparent throughout the album. Way more so than on NFR. My fave tracks so far are: White Dress - Just a damn feel of a song Tulsa Jesus Freak - Brings back my religious childhood memories and just shows off how amazing Lana is at writing melodies. She's the f'ing best. Dark But Just A Game (probably my fave track) - I get the Portishead reference from the interview Lana did prior to COCCs release. I'm feeling the Trip-Hop influence on the verses with the almost stripped down, acoustic chorus; a great juxtaposition for sure. Breaking Up Slowly - I wish Nikki and Lana's versus were swapped tbh. This is the one song that I find stuck in my head the most, I'm humming it constantly. Dance Till We Die - So this track is something else. When Lana breaks it down at 2:41 I get chills. I actually wish the whole song was like this part. There is just something about Lana getting gritty that just gets to me in my feels. I get Tori Amos, Boys for Pele, In The Springtime of His Voodoo vibes and I'm here for it The other tracks are good for sure, but just don't have the same impact at the ones above for me so far. Maybe with time they will grow on me ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ Honeymoon was the same way for me on my first play throughs. Certain tracks really stood out and others seemed like background tracks almost. NFR is still that album for me. A perfect album from beginning to end. That album is going to be hard to ever top just because I hold it in the upper echelons of my musicology.
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