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post #151 of 4139
I personally enjoy Anti-Flag a lot on my MS1s
post #152 of 4139
Jandek - Ready For The House...it's like ghost music puts goosebumps on your neck
post #153 of 4139
Dream Theater - falling into infinity, Awake, Images and words.
Yngwie Malmsteen - Magnum opus
Pink Floyd - The division bell
At The Gates - Slaughter of The Soul
Vaya Condios - The best of
Crasch test dummies - God shuffled his feet
Dire straits - Money for nothing
Judas Priest
Loreena McKennitt - A winter garden, the book of secrets
Sarah Brightman - Timeless
Whitesnake - Starkers in tokyo
Arjen anthony lucassen's - Star one

The 595 is absolutely best with progressive metall, Magnum opus and Yngwies guitar solos is just amazing on them.
post #154 of 4139
Well for the price, the Koss KSC75 headphones certaintly wowed me.
Also, the Koss Spark Plugs also wowed me on how bad headphones can sound.
post #155 of 4139
Ultrasone PROline 2500 + Rush's Tom Sawyer = WOW!

Incredible soundstage and imaging. Quite a revelation.
post #156 of 4139
High Hopes from Pink floyd with the Proline 750 Makes you go Woehoew!!
post #157 of 4139
Pink Floyd - Echoes
Pink Floyd - Have a Cigar
Pink Floyd - Money
Radiohead - Creep

Grado-SR225s (these songs give me goosebumps
post #158 of 4139
Anberlin - Cities (specifically the song "The Unwinding Cable Car". Some of the finest acoustic i've heard)
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand ("Take Me Out" is a great song)
Michael Jackson - Thriller
The Slip - Eisenhower
The Fold - This Too Shall Pass
Saosin - Translating the Name

I'm drawing a blank... there are lots more. Most of that is indie stuff that I am sure no one as even heard of...
post #159 of 4139
King Crimson - Lark's Tongues in the Aspic Part I
Ionization (not sure who is the composer, classical percussion piece)
Samuel Barber - Dance of Vengeance
Shpongle - Once Upon the Sea of Blissful Awareness (female vocals + excellent ambience with loose rhythm, enchanting)

Thats just a warm-up I can keep on going and list half of my playlist, I love music =]
post #160 of 4139
Originally Posted by event View Post
Pink Floyd - Echoes
live in pompeii version, on portable rig in my sig

the cymbal crashes are eargasmic
post #161 of 4139
A lesser known indie band that sounds great on good headphones is Califone. All of their albums are available on emusic, and all of their stuff gets great reviews by publications like Pitchfork. I can't recommend them enough. Sort of like a cross between old-time folk and blues and modern rock and electronica.

Also, I recommended this on a different thread, but if you haven't heard Broken Social Scene's self-titled album (which came out a couple years ago), you will be blown away. I guess it would be categorized as alternative rock, but there's elements of electronic music, and even some strings and horns on a few songs. I don't know how many members there are in that band, but I believe it's more than 10, and the music is just incredibly rich and complex. There's also multiple vocalists, some male, some female, and even a rapper on one track. And almost every song is full of beautiful sonic details.
post #162 of 4139
Unusual CD I got recently, Archipelago, a trio of bassoon, accordion, and percussion. Some tracks have amazing bass. I never knew an accordion could play so low. Can really rattle my ears even at low volume.
post #163 of 4139
Jim O'Rourke - Eureka

Total magic outta my AD900 and iAudio

Another wow moment had recently: Nina Simone - Don't Smoke in Bed (off finest hour). I was floored by the vocals. well, seated, at least. Though someone did a bad job recording her piano on that one.
post #164 of 4139
Daydream Nation - Sonic Youth
Disintegration - The Cure
Nightsongs - Stars
Rust in Peace - Megadeth
Aluminum Tunes - Stereolab
Repeater - Fugazi
Every Time A Bell Rings an Angel Gets His Wings- Logh
Under a Pipal Tree - Mono
Nowhere - Ride
Miss Pizzicato Five Superstar in Action (DVD) - Pizzicato Five
post #165 of 4139
Nile - Annihilation of the Wicked
Dark Tranquility - Damage Done
Opeth - Ghost of Perdition
Mercenary - Sharpen the Edges
Sonic Syndicate - Jailbreak

If you're into melodic or just plain 'ol death metal.
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