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16 May 2012, 03:24 by DetoxScissionYou can get every volume at no cost from the Blogspot link at the bottom of the page. Enjoy!
While You Were Sleeping: Volume 1
1. Erase The Grey - Pariah
2. Dragpipe - Quest In Time
3. Factory 81 - Diary 2
4. Thumb - Sell Myself
5. Endo - Suffer
6. Full Scale - Feel It
7. East West - Song-X
8. Dry Kill Logic - Rot
9. Bionic Jive - Conspiracy Theory
10. Fear the Clown - Iceboat
11. Simon Says - Train Wreck
12. Project 86 - The Spy Hunter
13. Element Eighty - Dummy Block
14. Nullset - Speechless
15. Lifer - Blurred
While You Were Sleeping: Volume 2
1. Method 51 - Marked
2. After Feedback - Gisele
3. Media Lab - Embers
4. Pete. - Sweet Daze
5. Milkweed - Body Floss
6. Hammer - Passion
7. Ultraspank - Click
8. Minus.Driver - Enemy
9. Grand Theft Audio - Stoopid Ass
10. 6gig - Hit The Ground
11. Presence - Tonz Of Fun
12. earthtone9 - Evil Crawling I
13. Folder - Changed
14. Project Wyze - Room To Breathe
15. Logic 34 - Beg Of You
While You Were Sleeping: Volume 3
14 Mar 2012, 22:58 by ms3mx5Some of these links probably aren't right.
13 Billion Years x2
18 Wheels Of Justice x3
3 Doors Down x3
3 Inches of Blood
A Wanted Awakening x3
Abigail Williams x2
Age of Taurus
All For Blood
All That Remains
Along Came The Flood
Altar of Plagues
Amon Amarth x3
Ancient Vvisdom x2
Apollos Resurrection x3
As I Lay Dying x3
Assault on the Living
Austrian Death Machine
Automatic Death Pill x2
Barren Oak x2
Before the Judge x2
Begat the Nephilim x2
Beneath The Burial x2
Beneath The Machine
Beneath the Massacre
Between The Buried & Me
9 Oct 2011, 17:27 by leonerSometimes I like to listen some of alt-nu-super-puper mainstream rock. But it's hard to find alt rock that catches for a long time, cause 90% of bands playing alt rock is too damn commercial. So I made my own Top-10 alt rock-metal albums:
1992 Rage Against the Machine Rage Against the Machine
1994 Therapy — Troublegum
1995 Filter — Short Bus
2000 Ghinzu — Electronic Jacuzzi
2001 Clawfinger — A Whole Lot Of Nothing
2003 Memento — Beginnings
2004 Atomship — Crash Of 47
2005 Karnivool — Themata
2008 Disturbed — Indestructible
2010 Agent Fresco — A Long Time Listening
You are free to say not alll of em are alternative. So, let's chat about it.
25 Dec 2008, 22:38 by maidenhellThe term Alternative Metal is used as a very loose categorization, but is usually used to describe artists playing a style of rock music which is considered a unique approach to Grunge music, but still play heavy metal. Many bands categorized as "alternative metal" are equally influenced by alternative rock and heavy metal.
Heavy metal is not an essential component of the music, but it was very different from the thrash underground of the 1980s. Initially alternative metal appealed mainly to alternative rock fans since virtually all 80s alt-metal bands had their roots in the American Rock underground scene.
Alt-metal bands commonly emerged from hardcore punk (Corrosion of Conformity), post-punk/noise rock such as Big Black[/artists], Fugazi and Sonic Youth along with others such as Helmet and White Zombie, grunge (Alice in Chains, Soundgarden), industrial (Ministry, Vardis, Nine Inch Nails). These bands never formed a distinct movement or scene; rather they…
26 Oct 2008, 01:07 by Tuba_TomWhat was the last concert you attended?
Amon Amarth/ Ensiferum/ Belphegor/ The Absence @ The House of Blues in Chicago, 10/13/08
How many people were there?
i dunno, a few hundred at least
What bands have you seen in concert the most, and how many times?
Haste the Day (when Jimmy was still the singer)- 7 times
Black Label Society- 6 times
Still Remains- 5 times (b/c they played with Haste the Day a lot)
Umphrey's McGee- 4 times
Demiricous- 4 times
Do you have any set lists? From what bands?
the actual physical set list that the band had taped to the floor or wherever? No. I do have a ton of set lists that I wrote down from different bands at Bonnaroo each year, both Tool shows, and Amon Amarth.
Are there any CDs in close proximity to you? Which ones?
hundreds. I shan't name them all.
What band are you in the mood to see live right this second?
Tool (I'm always in the mood to see them, so I suppose they don't count), Amon Amarth, Phish, Yonder Mountain String Band, Sound Tribe Sector 9, Amorphis
1 Sep 2007, 02:53 by CorkaOgniaSet the music player of your choice to shuffle and ask these questions aloud and press play.
1. What do you think of me, Winamp?
Song: Crazy In Love
Artist: Snow Patrol
Comment: I don't think so.
2. Will I have a happy life?
Artist: Walls of Jericho
Comment: So I must fight for my happiness...
3. What do my friends really think of me?
Comment: Title means 'Psychologist'. Yes, I need him xD
4. Do people secretly lust after me?
Comment: I think, yes. Everyone need sun ^^
5. What do family think of me?
Song: In the Flames of Black Art
Comment: It's true...
6. How can I make myself happy?
Song: Beautiful Place
Artist: Good Charlotte
Comment: But where is it?
7. What should I do with my life?
Artist: Alien Ant Farm
Comment: Quite but what?
8. Why must life be so full of pain?
13 Feb 2006, 02:22 by MahuumAqohaI suppose I can post about music in this thing.
There's one musical thing lately that is making me quite happy right now. After fourteen months, Memento has reformed (details can be found here) and are planning to release a second album. This is very good news, folks. Beginnings is one of my favorite records ever made, second only to Skyclad's Prince of the Poverty Line, and even that record is just barely in my number one spot.
Beginnings was released on February 25th, 2003. I got the album a year later, having only heard a small handful of their songs on those music channels that digital cable has. Memento has, for the most part, a hard and edgy sound that would probably be categorized as "gay ass nu-metal" by a lot of people. However, to describe them as nu-metal would do Memento a severe injustice. Memento does have some of the harder songs, but where they really shine is with their not-so-hard stuff. Take the title track Beginnings, for instance. …
30 Jan 2006, 13:17 by bearicaI love to listen to music while I fall asleep, and then have it continue to play while I sleep. I've made my own specific playlist, the sleep playlist full of songs that help me sleep. I've got songs by Enya, Moby, Xela, Qeshi, Sigur Rós, Radiohead, GACKT, and Susumu Yokota, just to name a few. I like soundtracks too, background and ambient music is easy to sleep to. :] Stuff like Lost in Translation, Memento, and the Jade Empire soundtrack by Jack Wall. Speaking of video game OSTs... I also have a few songs from the various Final Fantasy games by Noubu Uematsu. Although I do enjoy the Chrono Cross OST by Chrono Cross.
So my main point was... who else listens to music while they sleep? Any recommendations for me? :D Artists, specific songs...recommend away! Even if it's not the same sort of music I listen to when I sleep, I'm interested in seeing what others listen to during the night.