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Radio Blue Heart wrote:Septic Flesh - Sunlight, Moonlight
I enjoyed this album. Definitely the best from them.

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Got a copy of Ramones "It's Alive". One of the best live albums ever.
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Guy on a Buffalo! by Possum Posse!

Episode 1!

Episode 2!

Episode 3!

Episode 4!
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"Scream Thy Last Scream" - Pink Floyd

The song was to be released on their second album, A Saucerful of Secrets, but it was pulled from release due to the band feeling it was too personal, and that it referred to Barrett's mental condition.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8-tXG8KrWs

Best song I've learned on guitar in a looooong time: 'Reptilia' - The Strokes

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I've been loving this guy recently.

http://youtu.be/PTO5XdvXd1I

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXrG5CLrX20

Iron Maiden - Moonchild (Live at Download 2013)
Second time I've seen them, and to make matters better they played the whole Seventh Son of a Seventh Son Tour set :D

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Epic music with an Epic Fan made cinematic video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WU7SGn0MeP0 It's so awesome.
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Anybody else excited about/looking forward to the 20th anniversary re-release of Nirvana's In Utero?
It also comes with the full Live & Loud performance, one of few fully professionally recorded concerts with fourth member Pat Smear. I've seen most of it already (in terrible quality though) and its awesome.
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I'm not gonna buy it because I'm broke but that does sound awesome. That's my favorite nirvana album. Never mind has better singles but taken as a whole I like In Utero better.
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If you like loud and noisy rock, listen to Sonic Youth. "Dirty" is one of my favorite albums.
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Seth wrote:Never mind has better singles but taken as a whole I like In Utero better.
Yeah, same here. In Utero was like how they were live, loud and noisy.
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Bella Morte - On The Edge

Senmuth - Hymns Unto Sebek On The Holiday Of Water

Legion Of The **** - Son Of The Jackal

Dramaticide - The Route

Riverain - Lost

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Well I found a music Genre called chillstep. I don't know how long it's been around or if even it is a genre, but take a listen for yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1mlAbSUUlU I find it to be really good background music. Great for well chilling out =P
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"Pretty On the Inside" - Hole
both underrated and overlooked, this is the only 100% punk rock album the band recorded.

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Here's a song that I most recently can't stop listening to. It's kinda funny because it reminds me a lot of the new art that Rick recently made. Too bad summer is over. :(

Eleven Past One - The World Is Ours
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irds1L7f7dw
Tatsuo wrote:Well I found a music Genre called chillstep. I don't know how long it's been around or if even it is a genre, but take a listen for yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N1mlAbSUUlU I find it to be really good background music. Great for well chilling out =P
I never heard of this genre, but this is actually pretty awesome; way better than listening to actual dubstep in my opinion. It really does happen to give you that "chilled out" feeling. Nice find. ;3
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Onlythebassist wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8-tXG8KrWs

Best song I've learned on guitar in a looooong time: 'Reptilia' - The Strokes
Please don't slow me down if the topics too fast. :lol:

Seven Days in the sun, by Feeder. Can't find the track without crashing my IPod so I leave it to you.
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Guys, Sigur Ros is awesome in concert. Everything was lovely and it was actually much more energetic than I had expected! <3
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Krevth wrote:Pixies - Where Is My Mind
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Sleet wrote:Guys, Sigur Ros is awesome in concert. Everything was lovely and it was actually much more energetic than I had expected! <3
Okay, then I'll hope that all the money I had saved for holidays will be enough to get me Finnish EU visa and tickets to Helsinki. Apparently, Sigur Ros aren't getting any closer to me than that in foreseeable future.
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Yeesh. How far is that? The furthest I've gone to concerts was six hours (Chicago for Iron Maiden and Dream Theater).
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Well, 14 hours on direct train (or you can take high-speed ones, make transfer in St. Petersburg and shave off a couple of hours), or ~2 by plane. Main problem is that it's veeeery difficult to align all the different schedules.
Could wait for them coming to Moscow, but heh, they've cancelled concerts here twice already :x
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Wow, that's intense!
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Man I thought driving 4 hours to Cleveland for Cannibal Corpse made me a fanatic. :P
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Well, I'm not taking an overnight train, probably. Using all of those discount "miles", etc., flight will be cheaper, so I just have to figure out if airline will cope with me getting a more than 50% discount :lol:
And hey, it's all worth it when speaking of nice music!
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Seth wrote:Man I thought driving 4 hours to Cleveland for Cannibal Corpse made me a fanatic. :P
Haha, tough guy Seth hasn't driven as far for a heavy metal concert as cute little Sleet has~ *sticks her tongue out*
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Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:Man I thought driving 4 hours to Cleveland for Cannibal Corpse made me a fanatic. :P
Haha, tough guy Seth hasn't driven as far for a heavy metal concert as cute little Sleet has~ *sticks her tongue out*

Well there goes my street-cred.
(Though to be fair my bruises to miles travelled ratio is probably better. :p )
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Seth wrote:
Sleet wrote:
Seth wrote:Man I thought driving 4 hours to Cleveland for Cannibal Corpse made me a fanatic. :P
Haha, tough guy Seth hasn't driven as far for a heavy metal concert as cute little Sleet has~ *sticks her tongue out*

Well there goes my street-cred.
(Though to be fair my bruises to miles travelled ratio is probably better. :p )
Oh well you see the thing is I don't bruise. I'm basically indestructible. ^o^
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Render wrote:Karishad, what does the fox say?
WHY DOES THIS SONG CONTINUE TO FOLLOW ME. DX
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Sleet wrote:
Render wrote:Karishad, what does the fox say?
WHY DOES THIS SONG CONTINUE TO FOLLOW ME. DX
Oh, yeah. We have two foxes here. Sorry. :lol:
I really wonder, that it did not came up yet.


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Render wrote:So, what does the fox say?
Marsoupalami~pun
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