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My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Minor Threat - Minor Threat
Death - Individual Thought Patterns
Watchtower - Energetic Disassembly
Datsik - Nuke 'Em EP
Athiest - Unquestionable Presence
The OneUps - Mario Kart
Daft Punk - Discovery
Pestilence - Spheres
Laaz Rockit - Know Your Enemy
Sepultura - Beneath the Remains
Black Flag - My War
Autopsy - Severed Survival
A bit of a variety pack.
Inkwell - These Stars Are Monsters.
Indie band relatively unheard of, but very good, if you're into that sort of thing.
The final frontier- iron maiden
Led Zeppelin 4
Ten- pearl jam
Plastic beach- gorillaz
You probably have all these but whatever.
best albums of 2000s. in no specific order. * = highly reccommended
*ligeia - your ghost is a gift
all that remains - fall of ideals
as i lay dying - an ocean between us
*between the buried and me - colors
the black dahlia murder - noctural
*a day to remember - homesick
killswitch engage - as daylight dies
parkway drive - horizons
*underoath - theyre only chasing safety
in flames - sense of purpose
*chevelle - wonder whats next
lamb of god - ashes of the wake
At 1/5/11 12:36 PM, JaY11 wrote: At 1/5/11 12:25 PM, Mezmerization wrote: Syd Barrett- The Madcap LaughsAlready got this, Syd Barrett is a pretty sweet artists.
A song off of that album. Personally, it's my favorite on this album.
Okay, cool. Have you listened to/ do you already own these albums?
-Kiss The Crystal Flake
-Part Timer Goes Full
-Back to the Grotto
-The Mother Hips is mostly a Soul/Alternative/Psychedelic blend, though some of their albums and
songs are more on the pop edge.
-Black Foliage: Animation music
-Music From the Unrealized Script: Dusk at Cubist Castle
-This band is Psychedelic/Noise all the way; no question about it.
At 1/5/11 03:43 PM, Dean wrote: Kyuss has taken my interest.
Kyuss are amazing, amongst my favourite stoner metal bands. Inspired by this post, I'd like to also recommend just about anything from Bongzilla. Be that Apogee or Amerijuanican (I'd suggest the former over the latter, just about), it's fucking great metal to chill to a little. :3
At 1/5/11 02:18 PM, angrycomputer1995 wrote:At 1/5/11 02:14 PM, LesClaypool wrote: Don't don't feed this troll, don't feed this troll all day,How am I trolling?
Merily merily merily merily, and he will go away.
This isnot a troll post
Well this one is but the last one isnt
OP's on the money
Limp Bizkit- Three Dollar Bill Y'all
I'm in lesbians with you.
BY FUCKING PENDULUM FTW!
At 6/3/11 10:56 PM, BlakeMo wrote:
: I have no sexual orientation
: ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING HAS POTENTIAL TO BE BLESSED BY MY PENETRATION
At 1/5/11 11:49 AM, JaY11 wrote: Sup cunts,
I just noticed the silly odd number of albums I have, so I'm asking for a recommendation to make it to the next milestone. I listen to most metal, prog rock, post-rock, some jazz but not much, and probably a bunch of other crazy genres I can't be bothered listing. I won't download any album right off the bat, I'll most likely youtube the artist or something.
Mybe shud look for a new genre to fill that space, you know, to diversifyy your collection and make pepol say,"I get my music from that guy".
OP's on the money
Mighty by the Planet Smashers
Seriously, I absolutely freakin love this album, and you should too.
Come on in, be a guy, pull up a chair!
billy childish& holly golightly - in blood
no age- everything in between
nick drake - any album
flying saucer attack - mirrors
mclusky-mclusky do dallas
apparently I'm clever enough to declare myself as a dumbass
At 1/5/11 11:49 AM, JaY11 wrote: I just noticed the silly odd number of albums I have, so I'm asking for a recommendation to make it to the next milestone. I listen to most metal, prog rock, post-rock, some jazz but not much
If you're into post-rock you might like September Malevolence. The album of theirs I have is called "Surviving Destinies". Also the Japanese band Mono are awesome (I've seen them live).
Other post-rock... there's a band I recently discovered called Riding Alone For Thousands Of Miles. Their album "A boldogság minden reményét elragadták" was recorded in an abandoned house. It's not bad, there's some very obvious GY!BE influence in there.
Russian post-rock band called Everything Is Made In China. They sing in English and their music sounds kind of upbeat, weirdly.
If you like jazz, or more experimental jazz, try Naked City. Their album "Torture Garden" is my fave album of theirs although it's incredibly noisy and bizarre. They have more toned-down stuff like their self-titled album. Their whole discography is amazing anyway.
Clutch's Pure Rock Fury is a great rock album.
If you want some metal, Spirit Caravan's Dreamwheel and Dead Horse's Peaceful Death and Pretty Flowers are good.
I suggest listening to The Stone Roses' Second Coming and the eponymous Audioslave album as well. I find both good.
But more importantly, the FIRST Stone Roses album, the self-title.
Because that one and OK Computer are the best British albums ever, and of the bestest ever internationaly.