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Oneohtrix Point Never Talks His 13 Favourite Albums
Rory Gibb , November 18th, 2011 06:43

Following the release of his best full-length so far Replica, Daniel Lopatin, the mind behind Oneohtrix Point Never and one half of Ford & Lopatin, takes us through his 13 favourite albums. Click the image at the bottom to begin.

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Edward Artemiev - Warmth Of Earth
A Soviet-era record by a great composer of Russian film music, namely the scores for Solaris and Stalker, both of which are phenomenal. This is not like his pure synth drool at all, it's a symphonic prog record with heavy Russian-style melodic leanings combined with hard fantasy shred and 70s sexual rock instrumentation. I spent about $50 acquiring this record on GEMM, a first edition Melodia vinyl, a label notorious for their thin (cheap) wares and the fact that they were the only label permitted to operate under the Soviet regime. State-approved wonk by a high ranking composer.


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