9 Aug 2011, 22:08 by MRPercival
26 Jul 2011, 14:36 by little_ravenHere's a list of CDs and tapes I'm looking for. Please shoot prices if you are feeling like getting rid of any of them. Sorry, I'm not interested in vinyls.
Abject Sorrow - In Absentia
Absurd - Asgardsrei (Valknut Records edition)
Absurd - Facta Loquuntur
Absurd - Sonnenritter
Alcest - Le secret (2005 version)
Aliene Maφriage - Les Soirée夜の舞踏会／断罪の章～神罰篇
Alpinist - Lichtlærm +Minus.Mensch
Anubi - Mirties Metafora & Kai pilnaties akis užmerks mirtis
Arkha Sva - Gloria Satanae
Aryanas - Musical Terrorist
Ash Borer - Ash Borer (may be interested in other releases if not too expensive)
Assück - Blindspot
Avsolutized... - Den Svarta Våndans Genealogi
Baal Gadrial - Awakening A New Era of Darkness
Bicaa'lu - Ashes From A Devastated Land
Black Murder - Promo 1994
Blood Axis & Les Joyaux de la Princesse - Absinthe - La Folie Verte
Blood of Kingu - Sun in the House of the Scorpion
Bondage Fairies - What You Didn't Know When You Hired Me
10 Jul 2009, 00:45 by AsgrimmAs the title says: this is my complete music collection, well, the part of it I physically own at least. I'm too lazy to start adding lots of stuff to rateyourmusic of discogs, as that would take ages with the amount of more or less obscure releases I own. Thus, I've decided to throw this list on last.fm. I'm doing this mainly for my own convenience, but feel free to comment anyway.
- Formatting: artist - release - format & additional info.
- Order: alphabetical, then chronological by artist.
- Artists releasing music under their own name (for example Bob Dylan) have been arranged according to their last names.
- Split releases have been listed once for each artist.
- More info about anything metal enough to be included on metal-archives.com can be found here: click.
- I think I still forgot stuff, but I'm too lazy right now to verify that, as it would be a rather time-consuming process.
(V.E.G.A.) - Alienforest - A Sick Mind's Hologram Tape
3am - Ufo Blues Tapes LP
13 Oct 2008, 17:16 by Hatebreeder_COBThis week was considerably slower then last week, both with number of bands posted and with new members joining. I still haven't started alphabetizing the complete band list but I plan on getting to that eventually.
Also I've been getting complaints about there being to much Black Metal in the newsletter. This week almost all that was posted was Black Metal. I just wanted to say that instead of telling me this, instead just try to find some bands to post yourself. There are over 200 members of this group and only about 10 or so of them post bands here. If you need help finding bands leave a shout in the group or ask me directly and I'll recommend places to find good bands (That aren't Black Metal). This group is no just about hearing about unknown metal bands but finding them too. On another note am going to change the newsletter a bit, I decided that I'm also going to list the genre of the bands at the bottom of the listened to list. And the top bands:
28 Jan 2008, 07:30 by jantunfTrust me, I had a lot of emo gems. I feel like I will never get them back because I have to ask everyone to do it for me. I figure if I just make a journal entry then maybe people will leave me shit on their own.
So let's see if this works.
Basically, I just want a bunch of early to mid 90s emo jams. Even if you think I will have it, upload it. I am sure other people will enjoy it too.
ManraeBraidMineralHan-ShanThe Deadwood DivineTom LoMacchioParades EndRepublic of Freedom FightersPawnLavaSeraphimDon Martin ThreePolicy of 3Vanillawrought ironsmileThe HatedMoss IconThe Candyland CarcrashTonkaAssfactor 4Bev. CloneAgna Moraine's AutobiographyBells on TrikeBenchmarkGlendaleBob TiltonCandleCedar of LebanonChino HordeDays in DecemberSweater WeatherIn VainHer Space Holidayguyver oneEgg HuntElements of NeedShroomunionShoulderChokeholdSympton Of IsaacFloodgateChristopher RobinFour Hundred YearsIndian SummerAction PatrolKolyaWestonSalvo RainCyanGoodbye Blue MondayLungfishTurnipBreakwaterChristie…
26 Aug 2007, 16:23 by mokkasiiniSince I live for live music and love all sort of charts and statistics I wanted to list all the bands I've seen live more than just once
...And You Will Know By The Trail Of Dead 2x
Belle and Sebastian 2x
Crystal Castles 2x
God Is An Astronaut 3x
Godspeed You! Black Emperor 2x
Major Lazer 2x
Owen Pallett 3x
-1x as Final Fantasy
The Radio Dept. 2x
The Roots 3x (BEST_LIVE_ACT_EVER!)
The xx 2x
bass'n Helen 2x
Damn Seagulls 2x
Death Hawks 4x
-the first time they were still called Mr. Teemu Markkula & The Death Hawks
-1x as DWNSTRS
Electric Monk 7x
I Walk The Line 3x
I Was a Teenage Satan Worshipper 9x
Jaakko & Jay 3x
Jaakko Laitinen & Väärä Raha 2x
Janne Westerlund 2x
Joose Keskitalo 8x
-2x as Joose Keskitalo & Kolmas Maailmanpalo
1 Jan 2007, 04:03 by MikeOfTheJungleCame in with a small stack of fairly shitty records and $20. Walked out with:
Black Flag-Six Pack
Born Against/Screeching Weasel-Split
Born Against/Universal Order Of Armageddon-Split
Dinosaur Jr.-Sub Pop Singles Club 7"
Fashion! Fashion! And The Image Boys-Over Before It Ever Began
The Geeks-What's Inside
What Happens Next?-Ahora Mas Que Nunca (lmtd edt w/ flannel cover)
V/A - Louder Than Hell
Catholic Boys-Psychic Voodoo Mind Control
John Coltrane-Traneing In
Vitamin X-Bad Trip
A Hieroglyphics Tape
Pharcyde-Bizzarre Ride II
Plus a book and a lunchbox.
29 Sep 2006, 07:42 by xxfalsehalos"emo" (or emocore) is short for "emotional hardcore." Despite what the last.fm tags, or the misinformed scenester will lead you to believe, emo originally started as a sub-genre of hardcore punk music, tagged sometime in the mid-80's to describe a particular style of diy bands wanting to escape the traditional standard of hardcore (Minor Threat era) and the violent scene at the time, giving way to a new wave of experimentation that would influence many bands to come. The term emo was derived from the fact that, on occasion, members of a band would become spontaneously and strongly emotional during performances. This term wasn't taken too lightly by some bands at the time, however.
Rites of Spring are thought to be the first band labelled with this term, with their revolutionary End on End album. Hüsker Dü's 1984 album Zen Arcade is often cited as a major influence for the new sound. While many bands of this genre came to play seemingly different music altogether…