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Just this small sample brings home chasteningly to me once more that the great deal I know about music is dwarfed by the greater deal I don't know.If I know that now, I'll know it even more in the upcoming weeks and months.Funnily enough, this was a brief spin off from the more straightforwardly-named AMP, who released a couple of albums on Kranky in the late 90s.I used to have an unquenchable appetite for this type of post rock stuff, as catalogued on the Monsters, Robots and Bugmen compilation that Virgin put out.His "wet socialist" (as Peel himself described his political views) kindliness, his love of the underdog, the eccentric, the unheralded and un-listened to, mean that dross and diamonds, like dustman and duke, jostle side by side in this vast index. The first 100 items in his collection are now up online.I have been charged by The Quietus with the task of venturing into the giant, holy sphincter of retention that is the Peel archive (go and see it here.Had he lived to be 265, rather than, sadly, 65, he could not possibly hope to have given these albums the solid, several times over hearing their makers naively hoped he would. What volume and diversity, obscurity and eccentricity.
His "wet socialist" (as Peel himself described his political views) kindliness, his love of the underdog, the eccentric, the unheralded and un-listened to, mean that dross and diamonds, like dustman and duke, jostle side by side in this vast index" is Peel's public persona defined.
To venture where few, if any of those who have applauded this online initiative are likely to venture themselves, on the feeble grounds that they've got lives to lead and so forth. And, with three offerings that follow Adam's progress from low wattage punkster to Burundi highwayman of pop, the first 100 is up – just 25,900 to go.