15 Dec 2011, 00:23 by divineant
29 Sep 2011, 12:51 by ThrashIsMe
21 Aug 2011, 18:48 by Cysquatch193
1 Feb 2011, 01:16 by My_Sharona100.x.The Black Album.x.Last but not least... Though I loved this album to death rarely listen to Metallica anymore and I really should. I want Nothing Else Matters played at my wedding. Best ballad ever!.x.
99.x.La Sexorcisto Devil Music.x.Wish this band would get back together so I could see them live. After hearing Thunder Kiss 65' I was hooked.. and still am. They'd be higher but I don't listen to the cd enough.x.
98.x.Don't Say No.x.Classic album! In The Dark, The Stroke, Lonely Is The Night... The list goes on. Every song is great to listen too.x.
97.x.Because of the Times.x.Sounds different then their earlier stuff, but the lyrics are still amazing. I really enjoy evey song on this album equally.x.
96.x.Temple of the Dog.x.One of the best albums I've ever listened too..And though I've known about it aawhile now. I wish I knew about it sooner so it could have gotten more plays. Chris Cornell delivers too good in this album.x.
3 Jan 2010, 11:03 by ontheupside
3 Jan 2009, 16:19 by ontheupside2008 led to many important discoveries for me. The majority and most important of which are as follows, in no particular order.
Strapping Young Lad
At the Gates
Catherine (the 1990's alternative band)
One Day as a Lion
The Downward Spiral
Light Into Dark: A Chicago Music Compilation #1
Tenacious D - The Complete Masterworks 2 DVD
The Smashing Pumpkins; Hordern Pavilion, March 27.
Angus & Julia Stone; Newcastle City Hall, June 19
Releases from 2008 that I actually liked and listen to...
One Day as a Lion
In my opinion the best release of 2008, and just a damn good record, period. This brief number really brings Zack back into his element with a new twist on a familiar style. His lyrics are as thought-provoking as ever and his flow is BETTER than ever. VERY much looking forward to the upcoming LP!
17 Nov 2008, 16:16 by emicomMon 17 Nov – The Haunted, Cocobat
【Cocobat 】19:00 - 19:30
バックドロップは、既にThe Hauntedのもの。黒地の上部にTHE HAUNTED、その下にrEVORVErのジャケットの人物のようなのが手を広げていたような。
【The Haunted】 20:00 - 20:30
ドラムのPer Möller JensenとギターのAnders Björler（たぶん）は黒地に白模様のメタルＴシャツ、他は黒無地のＴシャツかシャツ。
ボーカルのPeter Dolvingは、歌が上手い。またステージの上をあちこち動き回り、しゃがんだり、ジャンプしたり、ステージの前に乗り出したり、身振りも両手を広げるポーズをよくしたり、手を上に上げメロイックサインしたり、手拍子を促したり、自分が何かに跳ね飛ばされる振りや、、ドラム台の端に座って歌ったり、ゴルフのショットをするかのようなしぐさ、左手で何かの形を作って、指をそのまま口に入れたり、何かにつまずくような振りで倒れこんで歌いだしたりと、パントマイムみたいな動きもするし、とにかく良く動くし、観ていて飽きない。 10代の若者のように連続ジャンプもしてた。
ギターのPatrik Jensenも下手で指をさしたり手を上げたりして観客をよく煽る。途中、ボーカルがドラム台に行ったときには、ギター３人が並んで演奏しててカッコイイ。Jonas Björlerは、中央のボーカルと上手のAnders Björlerの間にいて、兄弟本当に良く似てる。
5 Nov 2008, 12:30 by ontheupsideI was listening to some anonymous jazz band on the local uni station, 2NUR, a couple of nights back. And thoroughly enjoying myself. There was a groove in the music that instantly hooked me in, and it was easy to sway along to it and just tap my feet and tap my hands on the steering wheel for a good half hour.
The band was not a famous one, and the song was one of their own creation. It was a sound I could instantly label as "jazz" because it fit the definition, as the cliché goes, like a textbook example. It wasn't innovative in the sense that it pushed the genre to a new limit, but it was very impressive that something so catchy could be milked out of a style that has been performed by thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of musicians in virtually every way conceivable (to date); and be performed so well.
It was practically flawless, without also being that special kind of groundbreaking music that warrants rave reviews.
26 Jan 2008, 17:11 by Blaatz0rThese are the albums I really, really like (ya rly!). Some of them are already in my collection, others are yet to be added (they aren't cheap, you know =\)...
I guess you don't care shit about this information, but it's meant as a reminder for myself. Feel free to comment/suggest some albums! ^^
1. System of a Down - Toxicity - Some damn nice tracks on this album.. I don't know what it is, I just can't get enough of this :)
2. In Flames - Reroute to Remain Clayman - Great melodeath, 'nuff said.
3. The Haunted - The Dead Eye - I discovered this album only recently. Until then I thought Revolver was a great album, but The Dead Eye is ten times better.
4. Amon Amarth - With Oden On Our Side - awesome viking metal, much better than Fate of Norns, with a lot of good tracks!
(Asator, With Oden on Our Side, Valhall Awaits Me)
5. Linkin Park - Meteora - Yes, it's nu-metal, I know, but this album is so trvv.
6. Rammstein - Reise, Reise - German industrial metal, you gotta love it. …
24 May 2007, 18:11 by xxsquishyxx1. 65daysofstatic
2. Aphex Twin
3. A Perfect Circle
4. Nine Inch Nails
5. The Haunted
8. Godspeed You! Black Emperor
10. The Smashing Pumpkins
First song heard: Another Code Against The Gone
Song that made you fall in love: Honestly? It really was Another Code Against The Gone, and if not that, then either Install A Beak... or Retreat! Retreat! I loved them as soon as I heard them
Current Favorite: Radio Protector
First song heard: er... hm. Either Come To Daddy or Windowlicker ages ago, or something used in David Firth's stuff, maybe 4
Song that made you fall in love: 4
Current Favorite: Fingerbib
First song heard: The song which was in Constantine
Song that made you fall in love: Not sure, maybe The Hollow, or The Package
Current favorite: Magdalena
First song heard: done too many times
Song that made you fall in love: done too many times
Current favorite: The Great Destroyer I guess