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It's 2K7. What albums are you looking forward to?

Discussion in 'Music' started by virometal, Jan 7, 2007.
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  1. Xakepa
    Radiohead - No.7
    Arcade Fire - Neon Bible - make or break it release, no doubt about it
    Portishead
    And if not a hoax - Pixies
     
  2. Sean.Perrin
    Radiohead
    Portishead
    Of Montreal


    Those are the only ones I know of that I really care about as of right now.
     
  3. MdRex
    New:
    Dream Theater,
    U2,
    Relient K
     
  4. rhythmicmoose
    Here's what's already on my calendar:

    The Good, The Bad, And The Queen
    The Shins
    Of Montreal
    CYHSY
    Arcade Fire
    LCD Soundsystem
    Kaiser Chiefs
    Nine Inch Nails (thanks to this thread)

    Also looking forward to:

    Modest Mouse
    Streetlight Manifesto
    Louis XIV
    Massive Attack, Spoon, Interpol, Wolf Parade, Kings Of Leon (thanks to this thread again)
     
  5. Coltrane
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Xakepa /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Arcade Fire - Neon Bible - make or break it release, no doubt about it



    How so?

    The first track sounds great though.
     
  6. warMen
    Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Black Planet
    Opeth
    Neal Morse
    Symphony X - Lost Paradise

    and some others... maybe dream theater?
     
  7. The Actual
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    Originally Posted by warMen /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Black Planet



    Is that related to the Public Enemy album at all?
     
  8. GlendaleViper
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    Originally Posted by Vic /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Stereolab



    [​IMG] I thought Mary Hansen died in a bicycling accident. It would really surprise me that the band would continue on under the same name, considering her contributions and front-lady status. [​IMG]

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Coltrane /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Re: Arcade fire making it or breaking it: How so?



    I'm thinking the same thing. Arcade Fire exploded into an international phenomenon. I'd say they've "made it".
     
  9. asebastian0
    Pygmy Lush - Bitter River

    And a lot of things people have already mentioned.
     
  10. skudmunky
    Symphony X
    Dream Theater

    [​IMG]
     
  11. Xakepa
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Coltrane /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    How so?

    The first track sounds great though.




    Very simple. After so much exposure and promotion they need a really solid release here (smth in the lines of Rush of Blood to the Head, Automatic For the People...), or Funeral will be remembered as one-day wonder - as with so many other indie bands...
     
  12. sawyer
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by warMen /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Black Planet
    Opeth
    Neal Morse
    Symphony X - Lost Paradise

    and some others... maybe dream theater?




    + Riverside, I've heard that they will release new album in 2007

    Can't wait.

    p/s : Symphony X 2007 album names Paradise lost, not lost paradise
     
  13. GlendaleViper
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Xakepa /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Very simple. After so much exposure and promotion they need a really solid release here (smth in the lines of Rush of Blood to the Head, Automatic For the People...), or Funeral will be remembered as one-day wonder - as with so many other indie bands...



    That's a good point. I tend to forget just how differently Canadian bands are received outside of Canada. AF has been making big waves here since their first release (though especially after Funeral) and they're Juno winners to boot. At least in this country, I think we can expect them around for a long time - totally different story in the US. I don't personally like their music, but I'll give credit where credit is due: These guys are the real deal. Even if they don't enjoy prolonged commercial success, they will hold a fan base for years to come.
     
  14. GlendaleViper
    Mooney Suzuki.

    2.5 Solid albums. Signed to Columbia. One craptastic album.

    Back on an independent. This bodes well!
     
  15. kyleisgreat
    I can now say I'm looking forward to "year zero" by Nine Inch Nails
     
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