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Black Veil Brides - Wretched and Divine

Marilyn Manson - Born Villain

Marilyn Manson - Holy Wood

Opeth - Deliverance (Had to check out what next masterpiece they came out with after Blackwater Park)

KMFDM - Hau Rock

Yes - Closer to the Edge

 

No regrets checking out the album albums.. All of them are great!

What do you think of the BVB record? Considering you also have there something as good as Deliverance

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What do you think of the BVB record? Considering you also have there something as good as Deliverance

I love it. I think it's a great album, it has a lot of quality tracks and variety in its sound.

I don't really get why so many hate the band. I don't really care about the way their dress, as long as I think their music sounds great
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Spent some time with my father. He came into town for my birthday and bought me some LPs. 

 

Michael Jackson - Thriller (This was used but also free. Good shape)

Tomahawk - Stone Letter (7" Single)

Tool - Bootleg '93 Lollapalooza Performance (Purple)

Testament - Dark Roots of Earth (Gold + Black Splatter)

RZA & Edward Drossin - Man With the Iron Fist [Score]

 

Definitely a good haul. Particularly excited about the Lollapalooza bootleg.

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Slechtvalk - Falconry

Cryptopsy - None So Vile LP

Sleep - Dopesmoker 2012 LP

Megadeth - Peace Sells LP

Solve et Coagula - The Secret LP

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I like coloured records.

 

 

 


Mindscape - Martian Chronicles

 

Collapse Under the Empire - Fragments of a Prayer (Ltd. Edition White Pressing)

 

Also:

The XX - Coexist

Wreck It Ralph Soundtrack

Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (slowly getting into hip hop).

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Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (slowly getting into hip hop).

Same here. Slow but steady, I'm really digging Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city

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Same here. Slow but steady, I'm really digging Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city

I dunno for me it's just stupid

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I dunno for me it's just stupid

the album or hip hop?

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Jack White - Blunderbuss

J.Cole - The Warm Up

Carlos Santana - Supernatural

Alabama Shakes - Boys & Girls

Slash ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators - Apocalyptic Love

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the album or hip hop?

 

The album. I love good hip-hop

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Same here. Slow but steady, I'm really digging Kendrick Lamar's good kid, m.A.A.d city

I'm incredibly particular with my Hip Hop. I'm a huge Raekwon (Wu Tang in general) fan but 98% of Rap is just not for me.
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I'm incredibly particular with my Hip Hop. I'm a huge Raekwon (Wu Tang in general) fan but 98% of Rap is just not for me.

I do enjoy Wu Tang... But then, any "better"(regarding Kid Lamar, not Wu Tang) recommendations as far as Hip Hop goes? :)

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These are pretty standard recommendations, but if you have yet to check out DJ Shadow's Endtroducing, GZA's Liquid Swords, Madvillain's Madvillainy, or Nas's Illmatic, all of those are wonderful, and each will set you down a different path to hip-hop bliss.

 

A not so standard recommendation but a personal favorite of mine is DJ Screw--thick, syrupy, majestic and absolutely filthy southern hip hop. I'd start with 3 'n the Mornin' Part Two or All Screwed Up.

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I do enjoy Wu Tang... But then, any "better"(regarding Kid Lamar, not Wu Tang) recommendations as far as Hip Hop goes? :)

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I do enjoy Wu Tang... But then, any "better"(regarding Kid Lamar, not Wu Tang) recommendations as far as Hip Hop goes? :)

 

La Coka Nostra, Q Unique, Arsonists, Everlast, Joell Ortiz, Del, Gang Starr, Ill Bill, Kool Keith, Non Phixion, Slaine, Vinnie Paz, Earl Sweatshirt, people often bring up Tyler the Creater but I really don't care for him. Necro is decent if you can bear the extremely violent and sexual lyrics.

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one of my friends bought me the Twisted Sister - Stay Hungry remaster on pink vinyl for my birthday, couldnt be happier

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