Discussion in 'General' started by atanum141, 5 Feb 2006.
surely not the streets of rage music?
where the hell did you get that from? wow, im surprised they actually released it tbh. there was a SF2 cd but that came free with a gaming magazine donkeys years ago
Check my blog. I got it off ebay, they arent original disks but the originals arent sold anymore since the record label doesnt exist now. They arent full tracks, but they are most there and the bonus tracks are actually really good non-8-bit versions done by a proper set of instruments.
doh, i kannee find it. doesnt show up with the search for bare knuckle or streets of rage
For some reason it was set to private
Deftones / White Pony.
Only just got this, and wow, no wonder everyone loved it.
Awesome album, just recently go into the "rock/metal" type music but i like "Deftones" album better as its got Minerva on it.
It's an absolutely astonishing album. You'll buy it for all the songs you've heard before and keep it for all the songs you didn't. I bought it in 1999 and it's still one of my favorite albums. I put it in the same realm as Nine Inch Nails' The Fragile and TOOL's AEnema
This is my Album Of the month of April also its my ALBUM OF THE YEAR.
Massive Attack: Collected.
Nothing needs to be said about this album as the songs speak volumes about itself.
josh rouse - subtitulo
absolutely brilliant album!
January: Arctic Monkeys. Not listened to it since, though.
February: Kanye West - The College Dropout. Hadn't listened to it in ages, got a lot of playtime during February, and 4 of those songs are still in my main playlist.
March: We Are Scientists - With Love and Squalor. Only for three of the songs though.
April: At the moment it's Kooks - Inside In, Inside Out. Naive has made it's way into my main playlist out of the lot, so far.
April: Snow Patrol - Eyes Open
Oh No! Oh My! - S/T
One of the best new bands I've heard in ages. If you like your pop simple with great lyrics (think: The Microphones, Neutral Milk Hotel) then you will just love this. So catchy and addictive.
Brilliant band- saw them last wednesday and they were incredibly diverse for a 3-member band. The album's good as well, probs the best from March as well imo. Hopefuly they'll stick around a bit as their style is really quite individual (musical and visual )
Vinyl - The Stranglers _ Aural Sculpture.
CD - Depeche Mode _ Playing The Angel.
mp3 - The Who _ Complete Discography.
Sounds good, and cheers for reminding me about the microphones
This month it's been jack johnson, i love his album 'on and on'. Its a toss up between that and flogging molly 'Within a mile of home'. Their music just makes me want to be drunk in a pub stumbling around, i love it.
Couldn't agree more, this is a cool album. The other thing I've been listening to that hasn't been mentioned is the Louis XIV album The Best Little Secrets Are Kept. Good if you like arrogant fashionable indie kids singing about their latest conquests. No, it didn't impress me much at first either, but I can't stop listening for some reason.
Wolfmother - Wolfmother
Classic sounding tunes! Im in absoulte love with this already after just a couple of tracks. /cracks out the air guitar.
I also bought Veneer by Jose Gonzalis (finally) and it's definately one for a chilled out sesh, not one for the car.
Im really not diggin Oh Noes, Oh Myes im afriad. Just sounds a little weak for me
edit: Just got Dan Baraszu through the post today and it's arguably the best jazz album Ive ever heard
Its that time of the month again lads! so post up your choices
Ok so my choice of the month of May shall be:
Craig Armstrong - The Space Between Us
Separate names with a comma.