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Music CD/Album Of The Month

Discussion in 'General' started by atanum141, 5 Feb 2006.

  1. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Hi i thought i would post my album of the month after criticising We are scientists lol :D Well i dont know if it has to be a new album. But the album i have bought this month and loved is Petitioning The empty sky by Converge, i just love it..and i have listened to it A LOT lol :rock: ...i was also thinking about purchasing the Converge live DVD as suspended in light aint done with the Botch one yet :sigh: ..anyone have it? Is it any good?

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  2. atanum141

    atanum141 I fapped to your post!

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    OMG! well i just got this last nite and ive been listening to it this morning...goddamn its a wonderfull piece of art, i was expecting to be alot slower but i think the contrast of speeds and tempo's really make up a really rich yet bleak sound, and yeah as Mookboy said it really should be from a car advert.
     
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    <A88> Trust the Computer

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    Rather ironically, it was iForward Russia! who supported We Are Scientists when I saw them ;)
    This month my top album's probably going to be Joe Satriani - Super Colossal. Makes a nice change to have a decent guitar album out every now and then.

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  4. Been

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    yeah i completely agree with the new satch album, best i've heard out in a while. it's varied in styles through out as well
     
  5. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Another album i am loving at the moment is The Fall of math by 65 days of static, its just...a great album.

    Ice
     
  6. Shadowed_fury

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    Lacuna Coil / Karma Code.
     
  7. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Gah..never have liked Lacuna Coil although they have been subject to a lot of hype as of late. Im defenitely not saying their bad..just cannot get into them.

    Ice
     
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    Not really your thing? I love them. :)
     
  9. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Nah not really...and not being sexist but the female aspect of it as well, just doesnt suit it. But i can see why people like them

    Ice
     
  10. K

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    Love that album. Got three different versions of it. The Saddest Day = pure pwnage

    The Converge DVD is only worth getting if you're a complete fanboy really. I'm a die-hard fan and have only watched it the once. Poorly recorded live performances can only sound and look so good if you're absurdly incapacitated

    Been waiting far too long for my Botch DVD.
     
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    Shepps Slacking off since 1986..

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    < 3 65daysofstatic, One Time For All Time is worth getting too.
     
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  12. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Yeah K but im sure it will be amazing when it comes, watching and hearing Botch in 5.1 in my living room will be amazing. Haha Shepz i laughed at your sig. I also cannot wait for the new Deftones album 11.9.06, there is just something special about them...their music is amazing.

    Ice
     
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  13. atanum141

    atanum141 I fapped to your post!

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    Orite lads!
    Its that time of the month again! Post up what u guys have been bumpin'.

    Album of the month for me is: Moloko - Catalogue

    I recently got this and its wonderfully different, the curious voice of the lead singer is simply sublime and the contrast between their dance/funk/and inbetween tracks work very well for them.

    Deffo worth having in the collection.

    Honourable mention is also : "Keisha White - Seventeen"
    Superb UK R&B album (not that pop shite that people call R&B now-a-days)...her voice and selection of songs just make u wanna either cry,smile or start shagging ur partner very quickly, very impressed with someone who's as young as her.
     
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    I'm on Deftones - B sides and rarities.

    This is my kinda thing, it's got the..anger and angst that the deftones have, but I can sit and pretty much relax to it, because it's way less heavy then their usual stuff. Lots of acoustic. Definately worth checking out.
     
  15. Icecoldbagey

    Icecoldbagey Mountain Dew!!!

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    Nine inch Nails- Live at Fresno, California.

    Great album and they dont dissapoint live.

    Ice
     
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    Kooks - Inside In/Inside Out. Pretty much the only thing I've been listening to lately.
     
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    :thumb: ...and " no ordinary love " it's one hell of a song. :hip:

    I'm on Ladytron - Witching Hour. :) and Band Of Horses - Everything All The Time. :)
     
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    Tool 10,000 days: since I got the actual CD this has been just like Tool should be (not the crappy preview I listened to a couple of months ago). Im really really glad I have tickets to see them this month at the Hammersmith :):)

    The Life of a Knife, I think, I borrowed it for the car. It's pretty decent listening, kinda crazy but definately car worthy rather than something I'd sit back and purposely listen to and absorb.

    Bob Dylan: Just about everything he ever did over ~10 albums. Still not got around to listening yet. I will do in time.
     
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    feeder- the singles, a must if you havent already got thier albums :D
     
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    The first 2 tracks are particularily good.
     
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