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Chicano Blues

Funky Aztecs

Hip Hop • Latin • Gangsta • Chicano Rap  •  1992

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Viva La Raza! You can call this album as a page in the history book of Mexican-American history and Chicano Movement. Because Funky Aztecs a.k.a pioneers of Chicano rap tried to reunite and bring peace between the Mexican-American gangs Norteños and Sureños through this album. Another interesting fact about this album is its album cover. The cover represents the Norteños in red and Sureños in blue (the gang colour itself) with same dress and the same number of people to show both are same in everything. All the tracks on Chicano Blues are amazing. English, Spanglish and good enough rapping. Don’t miss this album. Otherwise, you will miss history.

The First Time

Jackie Chan

Mandopop • World • Regional • 1992

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Most of the people only know about Jackie Chan’s movie career. But do you know, more than an actor, his is a wonderful singer! From 1984 to 2008, he had release around 11 albums, recorded theme songs for movies and Beijing Olympics closing song. Most of his songs are in Japanese and Cantonese, but there are some English song too. The First Time is pure Mandopop, and all the songs will remind you about the background score on Jackie's movie like city hunter. So, amigos, plug you ear phone, romance is on the way.

Songs I Keep Coming Back To

Various Artist – currated by Sushant Naithani (Mojo Jojo)

Rock • Hard Rock • Alternative Rock • Psy Rock • Prog Rock • Symphonic Rock • Classic Rock • Heavy Metal • Folk Rock • Grunge • 80's - 90's

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Doesn’t Remind Me by Audioslave

This song captures the essence of this supergroup called Audioslave. Coupled with an beautifully story driven video, cornell’s vocals and morello’s restrained guitar work makes this my favorite audioslave song ever

Blackbird by Alter Bridge

This was one of the first songs I ever heard from this group. Needless to say hearing myles’s soaring vocals and mark and myles tasty guitar playing made me a fan.

Anesthetize by Porcupine Tree

Steven Wilson is God. I really like lengthy songs that encapsulate my attention way more than 2-3 minute pop songs. This song is definitely a master piece combing all the genres I am into. I really enjoy gavin’s playing here.

Drive Home by Steven Wilson

Listening to this song will make you cry. This my favorite Steven Wilson song ever. This song has an amazingly done but incredibly sad video and some heart wrenching guitar playing by Guthrie.

Turn the Page by Metallica

I have heard this song a million times yet I never got sick of it. This was the song that introduced me to Metallica and I am thankful for that. Even though its a cover song I believe this song is Metallica.

Hallelujah by Jeff Buckley

This song is so minimal with just guitar accompanied by buckley’s vocals and it still sounds great and soothing to the ear and makes my heart warm.

Shine on You crazy Diamond by Pink Floyd

I don’t think this song needs any introduction. If I had to listen just one song for the rest of life This song would be it.

Parabol, Parabola by Tool

I love, love Tool. It was incredibly difficult for me to pick just one song out of their entire catalogue but this song (actually two songs) is what I have heard on repeat numerous times & is one of my favorite tool tunes.

Glass Arm Shattering by Porcupine Tree

This song sounds so delicate, so fragile. This song for me was the highlight of Deadwing album.

Heart shaped Box by Nirvana

When I think of Nirvana I always think of this song. This song was one of the first I ever heard from Nirvana and needless to say I became a lifelong fan.

  1. Noom Rave

    Various Artist

    Hard Trance • Acid • Techno • 1993 - 99

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    If you are a witness of the 90's rave parties, then Noom Records won't be stranger for you. And for those who don't know, it's the one the most respected label among the raver's. So today, I'm presenting you a 26 tracks compilation of all-time 90's rave classics from Noom Records including Nuclear Hyde, Jim Clarke, Mandala and many more. In brief, this playlist is nothing but, a powerhouse of acid and base - No Noise, Just Classics!

    Playlist Brief: Smoking Drums by Jim Clarke (1993), The Encore by Mandala (1993), Silverstone by Jim Clarke (1993), The Fall by Superspy (Oliver Lieb) (1993), Daytona by Jim Clarke(1993), Observer by Nuclear Hyde (1994), Astralia by Mandala (1994), Osmosis by Nuclear Hyde (1994), Love Dove by Instant Zen (1994), Inverse Reflexion by Nuclear Hyde (1994), Synthetic by Instant Zen (1994), Tranceido by Tandú (1994), Leloopa by Traumatic (1994), Innostatic by Nuclear Hyde (1995), Are am Eye? by Commander Tom (1995), Acidney (Cores Remix) by Mandala (1995), Running Man by Nuclear Hyde (1996), Ice Rain by Cores (1996), Lonely Days (Lonely Mix) by Comma (1996), Accelerator by Nuclear Hyde (1997), Multica by Cores (1997), Skydome by Toronto (1997), Androgyn by T & T (1997), Rest In Hell (Chris Liberator & Dave The Drummer Remix) by CFC-12 (1997), Spacetrash by Cores (1998), Hot Music by Lost In Case (1999)

  2. Before, in India

    Various Artist

    Funk/Soul • Psychedelic Rock • Jazz • Garage Rock • Techno • Acid • Pop Rock • Rock n Roll • Blues • 60's - 80's

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    Even if it's late, but I found a pot full of gold, nothing but a grand collection of tracks depicting India's music culture from the 60's to 80's. I consider these tracks as one of my best dig till the date, because I never knew such genres existed in India. So I though of picking some track and presenting it for you. This playlist contains 17 tracks including jazz, rock, funk and many more styles. Consider this playlist as a journey through the underground, elite balls and the hippie trails of India. Enjoy!

    Playlist Brief: The list starts with a jazz track Raga Kalavati by the Bollywood maestro's Shankar and Jaikishan (1964), followed by song called Trip by Usha Iyer & The Flintstones (1969), Jumpin' Jack Flash by Ananda Shakar (1970), Mist by Great Bear (1970), Baby Baby Please by Innerlite (1970), The Mod Trad by The Black Beats (1971), Until the Dawn by The Fentones (1971), Obsession and Butterfly I from Atomic Forest (1973), Born to be Wild by The Savages (1973), Right Down Here by Asha Puthli (1973), Dancing Drum by Ananda Shankar (1975), Atrip to Kathmandu by Bharat Karki & Party (1978), Mind Ecology and Two Sisters by Shakti (1977) and Raga Megha Malhar by Charajith Singh (1983).

  3. Afternoon Inspiration

    Various Artist - currated by Rabi.C.Shah

    Rock • Punk • 70's - 00's

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    This playlist invigorates me when I am looking for inspirations, especially in the afternoon. A compilation of my favourite tracks. The playlist consist of classic rock and a little bit of punk. All I do is listen to it and let my thoughts flow and also ebb away any new feelings I encounter.

  4. Le Monde Fabuleux Des Yamasuki

    Yamasuki Singers

    Funk • Rock • World • 1971

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    "a fuzzed-out-educational-multi-cultural psych-rock-opera.... proto-psychedelic hip-hop with overweight drum beats and basslines" - Le Monde Fabuleux Des Yamasuki by Yamasuki Singers. Yamasuki Singers is a pop group based out of France who learned Japanese and depicted the culture of Nippon into 12 tracks.

  5. Obsession

    Atomic Forest

    Pshychedelic • India • 1973 - 77

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    Atomic Forest stands as the only Indian psychedelic/hard rock band that managed to record an album: Obsession '77. They jammed with Led Zeppelin and performed at the Snehayatra Festival ‘The Indian Woodstock'. This album is fuzzy, groove and funky enough. Atomic Forest's is an unsung band in Indian who can depict the underground scene of India in the 70's. If you are not a fan of Psychedelic, but I suggest, listen to the first track of this album. I don't have any words to describe the energy of the song, the drum and the lead will blow you away, better you hear it.

  6. Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat

    Charanjit Singh

    Acid House • Fusion • India • 1982

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    This record is a remarkable piece of the history of music. You can call this album as the spark that led to the existence of Acid House. An excellent collection of fascinating and mesmerising songs, built with a combo Roland TR-808 drum machine, TR-303 bass synthesiser and Jupiter-8 synthesiser. By having the historical value, this record is one of the most valued that ever sold on Discogs.

  7. Maori Pulse

    Various Artists

    World • Maori • Folk • Rock • Reggae

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    A collection of exotic tunes from the Pacific archipelagoes. The playlist starts with a positive Maorian vibe by Te Vaka followed by the Bobby Holcomb, Matato'a, Polynesia, Whirimako Black and much more. Most of the songs are a fusion of Maorian with western styles like rock and reggae.

  8. Techno City

    Various Artists

    Techno • Detroit

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    During the early industrial gambling of America, Detroit and its people was a significant stake. But later on the game, the gears of Detroit started rusting, and the people end up in a mechanical boredom. To revive and reunite the energy, the talent's of Detroit introduced a new genre called Techno. So this playlist is a dive into the heart of the Detroit.

  9. We Love Bersaudara

    Yanti Bersaudara

    World • Rock • Folk • Indonesia •

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    Yanti Bersaudara is a female musical trio from Indonesia during the 70's. Gaslamp Killer introduced this band to me through a sample of the song Lembur Kuring. And it was a perfect psychedelic groove. This playlist features vinyl rip of selected work by the three sisters.

  10. Sound of Siam

    Various Artists

    World • Jazz • Leftfield Luk Thung • Molam • Thailand – 1964 to 1975

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    More than a renowned tourist place, Thailand it's a musical paradise even from the 60's and 70's. It spaced out jazz, raw funk or the meditative sounds of the North East. Check out the marvellous gem from the south-east Asia.

  11. Djam Leelii

    Baba Maal & Mansour Seck

    Folk • Blues • World • Country  —  1989

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    Thank you, for the peacefulness! Djam Leeli is a great experience in itself. If you want to take a free trip to Africa, listen to this album. Every element in this album will make feel you are in Africa. If you had never listened to Baaba Maal before, this album will be a good start. Don’t miss his unique voice. If you want to stay peaceful for an hour plug you headphone or put your sound system on, and play this album. So don’t forget to listen to this album, which is also listed as one in the “1001 Albums You Must Hear before You Die”.

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