“it’s virtually impossible to talk about Organized Konfusion’s genre-busting album without waxing poetic about Matt Reid’s bold mix of graphic design, comic books, collage, sci-fi, animation and surrealism. Sharing rack space beside scores of eye-catching rap covers, including Daniel Hastings’ disturbing cover shots for Gang Starr (Hard to Earn) and Jeru the Damaja (The Sun Rises in the East), the far out beauty of Stress stood out. Before one even listened to the record, Reid’s image served as an introduction to the left-of-center urgency of the group.”
We are pleased to present our 207th installment of Sound Advice featuring music selections from Alexander Richter. Alexander is a photographer based in New York City.
Sound Advice 207
01. Pretty Little Ditty by Red Hot Chili Peppers
02. Oceansize by Jane’s Addiction
03. Where Is My Mind by Pixies
04. Jah Calling by Bad Brains
05. Inna Di Red by Stephen Marley
06. Handsworth Revolution by Steel Pulse
07. Truths And Rights by Johnny Osbourne
08. Rudeboy Shufflin’ by Israel Vibration
09. They Don’t Know by Chronixx
10. Children’s Story by Slick Rick
11. Dead Bent by MF Doom
12. Fuck the Police by N.W.A.
13. Shook Ones by Mobb Deep
14. Mighty Healthy by Ghostface Killah
15. D’evils by Jay-Z
16. Scarecrows by Telemachus ft. Roc Marciano
17. Fuck You by Max B
Known as the “Flamingo” in Japan, the Sony PS-F9 was a battery operated direct drive turntable that featured linear tracking. Including two headphone outlets, the PS-F9 went on sale in 1982 and was the closest Sony ever got to making a “Walkman” for records.
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