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What was the last album you listened to?

Meshuggah
Koloss
Technical Metal/Djent

This is slowly becoming one of my favorite albums by them. Catch Thirtythree will always be a classic to me, though.

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LupusLuciferus

Guest
Psychic TV
Sugarmorphoses
Post-Punk/No-Wave/Industrial/Acid House

This is one of my favorites. It seems to get better everytime I listen.
[video=youtube;9Vd-qzJc6pk]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Vd-qzJc6pk[/video]
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Radiorama - Desires and Vampires
Electronic, Italo-disco
1986
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Savage - Tonight
Electronic, Italo-disco
1984
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Slow-tempo Italo goodness. Listened to the version with extra songs.

Capital Cities - In A Tidal Wave Of Mystery (Japan release)
Electronic, Rock, Pop, Synth-pop, Indie-rock
2013
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Got that very same CD. Ponied-up for the Japanese release because it contained more songs. IMO, it was worth it.
Their cover of the Bee Gees' Staying Alive really shows what a great song it actually is when you strip it of all its Saturday Night Fever/John Travolta imagery.
If you look at the album artwork (after removing the piece of paper with the artists' faces), you can see references found in their songs throughout the album (Michael Jackson's Thriller, Kangaroos, to name a few). Surprisingly, Safe and Sound was one of the songs that I least listened to. The album is that good.
Oh yeah, they're playing Kangaroo Court on the radio!!
 
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ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale

I'd totally give a listen to that, just for the retro factor alone. What's it about, specifically? Any link with info of it?


Irene Cara - What A Feelin'

Electronic, Disco
1983
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I caved and bought the LP, assuming there was no CD version. Well, there is, with with extra songs to boot. Well, some say that the CD has subtle differences.
 
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Inpw

Roller Coaster Imagineer.
Stimming - Reflections
Deep House, Minimal, Tech
2009
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[video=youtube;3s03wZSQpIY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3s03wZSQpIY[/video]

I'm so high right now...
 

Harbinger

The Last of Us.
Kavinsky - Outrun

[video=youtube;ic2OwDIdFHg]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ic2OwDIdFHg[/video]

His first album i think?
Its freakin awesome.
 
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Saylor

Guest
Last whole album I listened to was by Star Fucking Hipsters and the album name was From the Dumpster to the Grave. I left it at my parent's house and I wish I had it here at college with me. But, here it is.

[video=youtube;WgbGVKvPo7k]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgbGVKvPo7k[/video]
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Shannon - Do You Wanna Get Away:
Freestyle, Electro, Synth-pop
1985
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Shannon - Love Goes All The Way:
Electro, Synth-pop
1986
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Split Mirrors - 1999:
Electro, Synth-pop
1993

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ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Shannon - Let The Music Play:
Electronic, Funk/Soul, Electro, Funk, Freestyle
1984
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Hard to believe that this album is 30 years old. I assumed that this would be one of her more recent albums in her career due to the (Freestyle) sound when compared to her other albums, but it turns out it's the other way around. Crazy, huh?
This one has all the hits she's known for. Alas, I'm not gonna buy it just yet.

Michael W. Smith - Worship:
Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock
2001
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Mom popped it in the CD player on a recent road trip. Brought back memories. And it mellowed me out. I needed that.
It also made me realize that most of my old church's songs were Spanish versions of most of his songs!
 

Conker

Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
Plagues of Babylon by Iced Earth. Album is pretty tits.
 
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