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What was the last album you listened to?

X_Joshi_X

Just another Metalhead
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Conker

Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
Lovehatetragedy by Papa Roach. Was kickin' it a bit old school. Not as good as Infest by a fair margin though :(
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
I was listening to the Primal Fear album Delivering the Black, which is fantastic. Primal Fear is an awesome power metal band that takes influence from Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. They are German as well, which is a plus.
 

Hachiro

I'm SeckZ and Frii
No shame on saying that this album is amazing and one of my favs

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The King Maker

First Of A Dying Breed
Good work by these guys. Better than their last album by far. they'll be going on tour w/ 5FDP & Avatar later this spring. Do keep an eye out for them. [video=youtube;IHeC2eWz-2U]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHeC2eWz-2U[/video]
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
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Deadiron's latest album, Into the Fray, has a darker feel than their previous (and first) album, Out of the Rust and Ruin. I highly recommend both albums.
 

Conker

Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
Endless Forms Most Beautiful by Nightwish. It's pretty good, and I think I'll like it better once I give it some more listens. Looking forward to picking it up on Tuesday.
 

KyryK

Well...you tried
Banned
The Wounded Kings - Shadow over Atlantis
Doom Metal
2010

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ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Been awhile since this thread's been around...


Trilithon - 4Cast:

Electronic
Electro, Trance, Synth-pop, Tech House
1994

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Owl City - Ocean Eyes (Deluxe Edition):

Electronic, Pop, Synth-Pop
2009
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A gift, and a fantastic one at that.
If you had to choose between the standard release and this 2-disc deluxe version, get the latter. All the songs are great. It's worth it. Even if it's packaged in cardboard sleeves instead of your standard CD case.

Radiorama - The Legend:

Electronic, Italo-Disco
1988
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Finally found it at a reasonable price.
And with this album I've completed the group's early work collection.
 

KyryK

Well...you tried
Banned
Electric Wizard - Supercoven
Doom/Stoner Metal
1998

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Conker

Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
Human by Three Days Grace, which I liked though I'm a little sad they didn't really do anything new. Brand new singer, mostly the same ol sound. But it's more of a band I love so it works.
 

R_Magedn

New Member
'Prehistoric Dog' - Red Fang
Red Fang
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R_Magedn

New Member
'Freya' - The Sword
Age of Winters
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Traven V

Luna-tic.

Actually both Grouplove Albums. I'm falling in love with them <3 <3 <3
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
I've been curious about this guy's discography. I've liked every song that I've heard, so I had to check him out...

Guillermo Dávila - Guillermo Dávila:
Latin, Pop, Ballad
1982
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Guillermo Dávila - Un Poco De Amor (A Little Bit Of Love):
Latin, Pop, Ballad
1983
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Guillermo Dávila - Definitivamente (Definitely):
Latin, Pop, Ballad
1984
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Feste

I haven't found an answer yet
I might be a bit biased cause I heard this a lot when I was a kid, but I still think this may be the best album of the 1980s. Fairly unique in its approach for the time and still highly enjoyable today, yet it along with Born in The USA really encapsulate what the decade was about, particularly the cosmopolitan "last breath of a cool yet dangerous New York" feeling. I love Steppin' Out, but A Slow Song is nice right now, so deep in the night.

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KyryK

Well...you tried
Banned
Clutch - The Elephant Riders
Stoner rock
1998

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Wax

Always tired
Owl City - Ocean Eyes (Deluxe Edition):
Electronic, Pop, Synth-Pop
2009
Great album. It's interesting to note that of a similar genre (and basically an early Owl City) is The Postal Service, who made the album I listened to last.

The Postal Service - Give Up
Electronic
2003

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It's like Owl City, but it's got a more of an 90s emo vibe (one of the guys in TPS is from Death Cab for Cutie) and that's what makes it a little bit better in my opinion.

And before that:
Fugazi - Repeater
Experimental Rock/Post-Hardcore
1990

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Traven V

Luna-tic.

R_Magedn

New Member
Dying Earth
The Sword
Apocryphon
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Wax

Always tired
Into It. Over It. - Proper
Indie-Rock/Emo
2011
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Some catchy tunes on this thing! dis sum gud emo rite ere
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Cruisin' Gang - America:
Electronic, Italo-Disco
1986
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I enjoyed it more this time around.

Exposé - What You Don't Know:
Electronic, Freestyle, Electro, Synthpop
1989
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It's okay. I do dig the album cover pic. I have to re-listen to their first album, though.

Latin Rascals - Bach To The Future:

Electronic, Hip-Hop, Freestyle, Electro
1987
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This is what happens when some NYC-based DJs get together and have fun with classical music tracks.
As fun and interesting as they were, I also got a kick at how they named their tracks, like Joy O.D., or my favorite Yo, Elise!
 
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