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Ciabatta

The Last Album You Listened To

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Blind Joe Death

^^incredible album.

 

Last listened to:

 

Scientist - Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires

 

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When it comes to dub, this would have to be one of my all-time favourite albums. Those who have played GTA3 (all of you i'm sure) will recognise many of the tracks on the album.

 

Now listening to:

 

Wu-Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)

 

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I can pretty much say the same comment as before; one of my all-time favourite rap albums. So f*cking raw.

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darthYENIK

cKy - Carver City

 

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If you were to ask me, or any die hard cKy fan, four years ago, if there would be another cKy album, I bet we would all say no. Hell I would say no up until about a year ago. But through the drama of drug addiction and the love of making new and unique music, Camp Kill Yourself came through. And thanks to a less blood sucking record label, they sound better than ever. I've given it one listen through already, and am considering it their best record. It may just be the new factor, but I at least consider it in their top five. They only have made 5.

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Blind Joe Death

Last listened to:

 

Kylesa - Static Tensions

 

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Woah, what an album. I really enjoyed this. I really don't have much else to say except, get this album!

 

Now listening to:

 

Lee "Scratch" Perry - Roast Fish Collie Weed & Corn Bread

 

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I've always loved Lee Perry, everything I've listened to by him has gone down as one of my all-time favourite dub/reggae albums. From what I've heard so far, it will also apply here.

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Slamman

I last put on and played JIMMY PAGE/ PAUL RODGERS in THE FIRM

Chris Slade and Tony Franklin as well on drums/bass

The original release LP. Love Midnight Moonlight, it's epic.

Radioactive is the single and STILL stands the test of time.

Satisfaction Guarenteed is the followup, just as good!

 

The rest of the songs aren't as strong, but it's probably a better over all album then Mean Business, which is such a class title anyway!!!

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Final.Sixx

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Darker than their previous albums but still pretty good. Prefer Cowboys from Hell, Vulgar Display of Power and Reinventing the Steel over this though. Floods is the best track with Dimebag's always excellent shredding. Nothing much more to say other than its a pretty good listen.

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This morning on the bus on my way to school. Dopethrone - Electric Wizard

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yep, nuff said really. its electric wizard, theyre awesome & this is a classic album of theirs.

YES

 

 

Electric Wizard are f*cking awesome. Great great album. Saw them live last month. EVIL.

 

 

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Zu - Carboniferous

 

 

Great album by Italian jazz/noisecore band. Released on Ipecac, with appearances by Mike Patton and King Buzzo. All of the songs are amazing, but the first three just blow me away. I would try to describe it but I just can't.

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Canoxa

I'm just re listening to Metropolis Part 2 - Scenes from a Memory, as part of my pre-concert DT binge.

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Bigs

Over the last few days, these three albums have been, more or less, the rotation:

 

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Dear Science, by TV on the Radio

I dig this album, definitely lives up to my expectations after having listened to Cookie Mountain and Desperate Youth. "Family Tree" and "Golden Age" are my favorite tracks at the moment, I just really feel the vibe and groove there.

 

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The Stage Names by Okkervil River

I'd heard of this band before, but only just recently acquired both this album as well as the one below. I'm pretty impressed. All of the tracks on this effort have something to offer, it's definitely a solid offering. The lyrics, musicianship, and production all add together to create an album worth several listens.

 

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Black Sheep Boy by Okkervil River

Named after, songs revolving around, and including a cover version of the song by one of my favorite folk artists Tim Hardin. This kindasorta concept album is another solid album. Seems to have some different styles throughout the tracks, some upbeat and some with a slower tempo. They can pull off both. The cover of "Black Sheep Boy" is only so-so in my opinion, but honestly I can't expect anyone to live up to Hardin's original. Although I think this one might be a little harder to get into than The Stage Names, there's no doubt that this is also worth a try for anyone interested in that kind of music.

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Nikofan112

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West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum by Kasabian.

 

Great album. Changes up the sound throughout the album, and keeps it fresh.

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pizza guy

I'm just listening to some Pink Floyd.

 

Meddle

 

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So far, I think this album is brilliant, I've still got to get to Echoes, one of the longest and best tracks ever written by Pink Floyd.

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Clem Fandango

 

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13 & God (self titled)

 

This album is nothing short of incredible when it comes to trip hop. Particularly this track. Not much else to say, really.

 

 

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Eminem - Relapse

 

I have to say, I was a pretty disapointed. Why would I listen to it when there are much better albums like the Eminem Show? It just isn't that good. Not many people like We Made You, but I think it was one of the better ones. Beautiful was a good track and so was Insane (despite the fact that most of it's appeal are it's over the top lyrics, which were still pretty good).

 

I also grabbed the new Mos Def album, but I haven't listened to it much yet.

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Ciabatta

 

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Mos Def- The Ecstatic

 

 

This album is Mos Def's follow-up to The New Danger an album which was ripped apart by some of Mos' fans as an album which deterred itself away from Hip-Hop and had a more R&B and Blues sensibility to it. This is Mos' return to the microphone as an emcee rather than a rapper experimenting with expanding his vocal range or lack therof (see Kanye West and Andre 3000). This album altogether is gritty and raw for the most part, although some songs are either too short or not necessary. Songs such as No Hay Nada Mas and Priority both run under two minutes with Priority being one that should have been expanded and the former been thrown off the album. Overall, the album is very solid with a portion of the album being steeped in Middle Eastern sounds and Mos' political/socially conscious persona making a comeback to the world of Hip-Hop.

 

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Clem Fandango
Scientist - Scientist Rids the World of the Evil Curse of the Vampires

Also check out Scientist in the Kingdom of Dub, as well as Dub War. Both excellect albums from him.

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simpleviolet

Metallica's Master of Puppets, my favourite by them. I've been trying to step away from folk music recently, I found myself quite enjoying Steeleye Span and got rather worried (And it's aaall around my hat...). Before you know it I'll have grown a beard and I'll be wearing sandals - and I'm halfway there already!!!

 

Are Rick Wakeman's albums pure keyboards, then?

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bigmike72

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two words simply amazing

 

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Jay

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The Crystal Method - Divided By Night

 

I really enjoyed this. All the reviews I had read before I got it were mediocre, but even though the sound is old and breakbeat not really that cool any more, this is possibly some of their best stuff since Vegas.

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JakeyBoi

Enter Shikari - Common Dreads

 

You'll either love it or hate it. I completely love it. Much better than their older stuff.

 

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Clem Fandango

 

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Mos Def - The Ecstatic

 

Outstanding. Certainly met my expectations of him. Furthermore, I disagree with Ciabatta that his last albums R&B/blues-esque feel was a bad move - because Mos Def always uses killer vocals. Hence, Roses and History are my favourite tracks.

 

 

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Easy Star-All Stars - Dub Side of The Moon

 

Finally picked this up, and it is awesome. Of course, it's incredibly arduous to do a Pink Floyd cover, as you will be ranked against the original. Obviously, the originally was better, so the trick is to keep the aspect of the song that originally made it so appealing, and alter everything else with your own style so it sounds original. Easy Star-All Stars definitely succeeded in that aspect. I recommend this to all Pink Floyd and/or Reggae fans. I'd say this is a good way for first time Reggae listeners to get into the genre, assuming you've already heard Dark Side of the Moon.

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Damo.

 

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Pixies - Doolittle

 

A classic album and one of my favourites of all time. By far the best work Pixies have produced in my opinion. Tracks such as There Goes My Gun, Monkey Gone to Heaven and Hey make this album the outstanding piece of work it is. There is not a single track on the entire album that I disliked, and it is very rare that I can find such an album. Every track sounds different and there are no filler or sub-standard tracks. It maintains consistent brilliance throughout the entire album. I'm not sure what genre it would classed as, as I tend to avoid genres if at all possible. Suffice to say if you like "alternative rock" (as much as I hate to use that sickeningly broad term) and abstract subject matter, this album is for you.

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SIKKS66

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At work last week late at night when the place was empty. Really killed the time. Classic songs on there; favourites are "Fade to Black", "For Whom the Bell Tolls" and "Trapped Under Ice".

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pizza guy

Dream Theatre - Black Clouds and Silver Linings.

 

Bought this today, sounds awesome so far.

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Slamman

Needs a bump, this hear....er, here

 

I listened to Jefferson Starship's Ten Years and Change greatest hits package. All with Craig Chiquico on guitar, who I never had a problem with, some people think he played a part in bad song writing, I don't see that. The album covers classics from JANE onwards in somewhat chronological order. The ballads as well as "We Built This City" on it. Picked it up used, but I like it!

Included the Diane Warren song "Don't Lose any Sleep", which was likely done better by the Babys' John Waite, who you guys should become familiar with, solo as well as with Journey's axeman in Bad English

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Gundog

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Oh yeah! This is among my favourites, the peak of Black Sabbath. If anyone is into Hard Rock should REALLY give this one a try, it's simply too catchy.

 

In two days I've managed to learn every single riff, solo, beat, lyric... It's a REALLY catchy album.

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Slamman

Well, honestly, every Zep and Sabbath album, like Floyd, in a way, for me, they are all strong albums, which amounts to a great band in history. I'd suggest even Technical Ecstasy and Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. Even newer, I love Eternal Idol. Unlike some albums where I put on fav songs off them, these coax the listener into playing from start to finish! That's what you want from a strong album!

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The Guru

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The Carter III

 

Not his best though.

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Lethal Nizzle

Man on The Moon: The End of the Day by KiD CuDi. Pretty good debut album for him, notable track is "Sky Might Fall".

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Sunn O))) - Black One

 

1. Sin Nanna

2. It Took The Night To Believe

3. Cursed Realms (Of The Winterdemons)

4. Orthodox Caveman

5. Candle Goat

6. Cry For The Weeper

7. Báthory Erzsébet

 

A very unique album and a personal favourite of mine. Sunn O))) is a popular drone metal group, giving off a deep, rumble through-out. It really reaches into you. It's something I can't describe but it's an amazing album. I could fall asleep to it, it's so mellow and yet so powerful. It demands your attention. I imagine it'd give me the most beautiful nightmares.

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The N. Bellic Man

Just listened The Rolling Stones today.

The newest album A Bigger Bang.

I haven't listened it for a while and it sounded great. Maybe it's a little bit too long, but it is their best work in ages. Not on a same level as classic albums, but very good.

I'm waiting to see if that rumored new album with Jack White turns out to be a real classic.

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I really don't know why most of us Metallica fans say this sucked. I liked it. It's definitely not like Master of Puppets, ...And Justice for All or Metallica, but that just means that they're trying new stuff. Death Magnetic sounds a lot like their old stuff so I guess they're done experimenting.

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One of my favorite rude boys...I love dancehall but hate to call it dancehall since it was just called reggae back in the day.

 

Wait...call me crazy...don't people listen to at least one album a day? That was the last alb I listened to out of maybe 5 or 6 today.

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