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post #706 of 879


I hadn't listened to this in a few years and forgot how much ass it kicks. I had to turn the subwoofer all the way down and my neighbor still came over to complain.


The bass on this record....ohmygod

post #707 of 879
Originally Posted by steelle View Post


Huge Trivium fan here as well. Shogun is fantastic, In Waves is also a solid album, but Ascendancy just reigns supreme imo. Have a problem with a few tracks on In Waves that I just cant get over for it to be a perfect album.  Glad to see them in this thread nonetheless.

I love Ascendancy, but I feel that they have grown much more since In Waves. They've burrowed a hole in the world of technicality and nailed it. With In Waves (and perhaps their upcoming album), I think they are trying to lean in the direction of musicality more. It's not saying that I feel Ascendancy wasn't good or that they lost their technical abilities, because they haven't and I don't feel that way either. I feel they are just trying to explore new worlds of music, which I find to be bold but a particularly fine motive. I can see why a lot of fans did find In Waves to be a bit sub-par from their previous work, but I enjoy seeing them grow as musicians. Though I must say, I can never forget the bad*** song that introduced me to the group and going crazy in mosh pits when they performed the song live. Sure do hope they come back to my area soon. :-)

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Originally Posted by Destroysall View Post

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I couldn't make out what he/they were saying for the most part...
post #709 of 879
Originally Posted by UnityIsPower View Post

I couldn't make out what he/they were saying for the most part...

I guess this form of music could use some extensive listening to determine what is they are lyrically saying. I used to be the same way, but I've listened to too much of this genre already to pick up most of the words.

post #710 of 879

After the Gold Rush- Neil Young

Animals- Pink Floyd

Another Green World- Brian Eno

Conclusion of an Age- Sylosis

Don't Break the Oath- Mercyful Fate

Emperor Tomato Ketchup- Stereolab

Eye in the Sky- Alan Parsons Project

Face the Music- Electric Light Orchestra

Failure On- The Beloved

For Your Pleasure- Roxy Music

Fragile- Yes

Houses of the Holy- Led Zeppelin

I Robot- The Alan Parsons Project

Led Zeppelin IV- Led Zeppelin

Meat is Murder- The Smiths

Meddle- Pink Floyd

More Songs About Buildings and Food- Talking Heads

Out of the Blue- Electric Light Orchestra

Painkiller- Judas Priest

Peace Sells- Megadeth

Remain in Light- Talking Heads

Rust in Peace- Megadeth

Speaking in Tongues- Talking Heads

Stained Class- Judas Priest

Symbolic- Death

Tales of Mystery and Imagination- Alan Parsons Project

The Bright Light Social Hour- The Bright Light Social Hour

The Jester Race- In Flames

The Modern Lovers- The Modern Lovers

The Wall- Pink Floyd

Transient Random-Noise Bursts With Announcements- Stereolab

Wish You Were Here- Pink Floyd

post #711 of 879

Pink Floyd- DSOTM, The Wall

Radiohead-OK Computer

Talk Talk-The Colour of Spring

Talking Heads-Remain in the Light


Alison Moyet-Alf

Bon Iver-Bon Iver

Roxy Music-Avalon

The Cars-The Cars

U2-Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby

Cowboy Junkies-Trinity 

Led Zepelin- I, IV

Rush-2112, Moving Pictures

Tears for Fears-The Hurting

The Who-Who's Next 

Go Go's-Beauty and the Beat

The Cure-Desintegration 

The Police-Zenyatta Mondatta 

Norah Jones-Come Away with Me

Blondie-Parallel Lines

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post #712 of 879

Last two posts :beerchug:

post #713 of 879

I know this isn't going to be everyone's taste here, but Kno - Death is Silent is the best concept album in Hip-Hop history.



It's such an amazing album with NOT ONE bad song.  The production, rapping and vibe is simply perfect.

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Originally Posted by Sattelight View Post

I Robot- The Alan Parsons Project

Tales of Mystery and Imagination- Alan Parsons Project


(Thumbs Up)

post #715 of 879
Originally Posted by SoulSyde View Post


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I endorse your avatar as well.

post #716 of 879

For those of you into modern jazz, check out the selftitled album by Portico Quartet. It's their most recent album and I might say quite a stunning one. Great album! Four guys, each playing a different instrument and it all comes together as one great orgasm of sound :)


Here a sample:


post #717 of 879

The Zombies - Odysey and Oracle

Yes - Close to the Edge

Genesis - Selling England by the Pound

Fleetwood Mac- Rumours

The Boomtown Rats - Fine Art of Surfacing

Faith No More - Angel Dust

Counting Crows - Recovering the Satellites 

Green Day - American Idiot

post #718 of 879


76:14 by Global Communication.


Turn down the lights, glass of your favorite drink and drift through its beautiful dimensions.



post #719 of 879

Some I've found recently.

Wax Tailor - Dusty Rainbow From The Dark
Rose Windows - The Sun Dogs

post #720 of 879

Lots of great stuff listed in this thread with which I agree.

Here's my personal list.

Not sure if they're flawless but...

When listening to these selections I cant listen to a little,

Gotta go all the way through.


Tom Waits - Blood Money

Frank Zappa - Lumpy Gravy

Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain

Georg Frederich Haas- In Vain

Michael Hedges- Breakfast in the Field

Julian Bream - 20th Century Guitar

John Zorn - Naked City

Bob Dylan - The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan

Iannis Xenakis - La Legende d'Eer

Derek Bailey - improvisation

Dave Holland - Conference of the birds


An odd list maybe but every one of these albums

extended my perception of music and opened me to unfamiliar genres.

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