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What was the last album you listened to?

ShioBear

EH b0sss
Banned
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LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
[video=youtube_share;G-dXV7J2ZAM]http://youtu.be/G-dXV7J2ZAM[/video]
This album is fucking awesome. It starts out shredding and never lets up. I highly recommend giving the entire album a listen, as it has the feel of Megadeth's older albums. Speed metal masters.
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
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If you had any faith in humanity, prepare to lose it. This album focuses on the evil that man does to himself, from snuff films to a school shooter to the rape of Nanking. And it's the most musically diverse album in the Exodus library. Expect everything from brutal thrash to slow doom. For true metalheads only.
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Music From The Motion Picture Titan A.E.:
Electronic, Rock, Modern Classical, Pop Rock, Synth-pop, Ambient
2000
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It's amazing how well this soundtrack works with the movie. Just as amazing that I like it.
There's another album that contains the original movie underscore.

La Bouche - Sweet Dreams:
Electronic, Pop, House, Eurodance, Europop
1995
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The album that contains their smash hit Be My Lover. Aside from a couple of good songs, the rest of the album isn't exactly memorable. Not to me at least.
 

PheonixDragon

Active Member
In Flames
Colony
1999
Melodic Death Metal

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Kaizy

Emotional Mess
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Dead Trees - From First to Last

I used to listen to these guys in high school, was surprised to find out they were still even a thing since Sonny Moore (Skrillex) left so long ago and the band rapidly lost popularity. I was honestly surprised that not only were they still a thing, but this was a recent album after 5 years since their last album.
The album isn't bad honestly, though anyone who doesn't enjoy that post-hardcore shit probably wont enjoy it lol.
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
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Scandinavian death metal is best death metal.
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Thompson Twins - Singles Collection:
Synth-pop
1996
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It's a compilation of the extended versions of their hit songs. Excellent for long car rides.
 

shiy0

A.K.A the greeting wolf
[video=youtube;dHyXB-CJoq8]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHyXB-CJoq8[/video]
 

AlastairTheDragon

Step away from the dragon.
Past, Present, and Future - Al Stewart
Folk-Rock
Released in 1973

[video=youtube;t6HgwFb86YI]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6HgwFb86YI[/video]
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Haddaway - The Album
Electronic, Pop, Europop, Eurodance
1993
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The one that made us ask what is love, but the entire album is great.
Some CDs have too low a volume. So I played it safe and bought this one instead of an original release for its sound quality.

Haddaway - The Drive
Electronic, Pop, Europop, Euro-House
1995
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His second album. Just as good, too. In fact, this one's more dance-y!

My only complaint with these two albums was the use of some remarks that I disagree with.
 

Rassah

Well-Known Member
Wanted to share this with FAF, had no idea where, so you're getting it here.

[h=1]There is a Ned Flanders-themed metal band called Okilly Dokilly[/h]http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/there-is-a-ned-flandersthemed-metal-band-called-okilly-dokilly-10453357.html
 

ElZorroValdez

Milk Bar Regular
I've been listening t some of my old stuff lately. Right now it's Frances the Mute or Deloused in the Comatorium by The Mars Volta.
 

Luca

Lined my brain with more eyes
[video=youtube;70hGUO1wyO4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=70hGUO1wyO4[/video]

Why is Tame Impala always SO FUCKING GOOD!?
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
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Slipknot is one of those bands I have mixed feelings about. Some of their music is good, some of their music feels a bit weak. This album feels heavier than some of their other music, and it lacks heavy electronic sounds (a plus in my book). This album sorta reminds me of Machine Head, as Corey Taylor has similar vocals to Robert Flynn. The guitars are nice and heavy, and the vocals are angrier than normal. What more can you ask for?
 

ElectricBlue1989

Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Gave a listen to Vengaboys non-remix albums...

Vengaboys - The Party Album!
Electronic, Trance, Euro House
1998
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The artwork is a guilty pleasure of mine. I swear they're parodying The Village People. Inside the booklet, it's nothing but pictures of animals mating. This is what those Dutch music producers must think of as risqué. It was actually quite educational.
Surprisingly, their songs aren't that as risqué. Heck, some are just funny! Few tracks actually have vocals in this 1+hour-long album. And that's the way I like it. ^^

Vengaboys - The Platinum Album:

Electronic, Pop, Europop, Euro House, Ballad
2000
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The Platinum Album... how New Millennium of them.
While there are more mellower songs and legit ballads, plus the duration is much shorter than the first album, it's still a dance album through and through.
I'm considering purchasing both of 'em.
 
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