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What was the last album you listened to?

Abigail Williams
In the Shadow of a Thousand Suns
Melodic/Symphonic Black Metal


Kit H. Ruppell

Exterminieren! Exterminieren!
Live - Throwing Copper (1994)
Post-grunge, Hard Rock


Sarcastic Coffeecup

Hand. Cannot. Erase.


Posing school graduate
Therion - Les Fleurs Du Mal
Symphonic metal

This album is a collection of french music covers by the band
Cyanotic - (2010) The Medication Generation
Industrial metal, digital hardcore, breakbeat, harsh vocals, american coldwave

Ah, Cyanotic. One of the few bands keeping the biopunk scene alive.

Man, I came up with a really thorough description for this album at school today, but I've since then forgot it. That sort of ruins everything.


Sample: Cyanotic - Dissonant Dissident
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Impractical Fantasy Animal
Kind of ridiculous, but, the last album I listened to was Cyndi Lauper's Twelve Deadly Cyns.


Posing school graduate
Therion - Live Gothic


Destroyer of Nazi Teddy Bears
Just listened to Bullet for my Valentine's newest album, Temper Temper. It's alright. It had some good tunes and a few meh ones, and I might like it if I give it another listen or two.

I'll be adding it to my "purchase" list, but it's way at the bottom, and that's a loooooooooong list.
Neutral Milk Hotel - (1996) On Avery Island
Indie rock, fuzz rock, lo-fi, psychedelic folk

My favorite album by Neutral Milk Hotel. Assuming you've heard 'In the Aeroplane over the Sea' before, 'On Avery Island' is a lot happier and fuzzier. If you liked 'Holland, 1945' and 'Ghost', you'll love this album.


Sample: Neutral Milk Hotel - You've Passed


New Member
Make Yourself

Just bought it today. Not as amazing as Morning View, but still up there!
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Alva Noto - (2008) Unitxt
Minimal glitch, experimental electronic, asperger's incarnate

I'm feeling nauseous and the sharpness of Alva Noto is the only thing I can really listen to right now without feeling like I'm about to vomit. It's a lot like 'Univrs', but much more structured. Stiff even. Like a scalpel to the brain. If caffeine produced a sound, this would be it. Features a six minute noise session at the end with tracks cut up into ~10 second clips. I'm not a noise kind of guy, but I've grown to like it.


Sample: Alva Noto - U_03
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