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Old 02-26-2009, 04:33 PM   #881 (permalink)
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rites of spring - s/t
the chameleons - script of the bridge
pan american - quiet city
flying saucer attack - 's/t' and 'further'

and various dubstep albums.
get on down to the dubstep thread and cop the last set I uploaded. I want to start reviewing dubstep albums (not too many to cover) so we have that genre accounted for in the MB Reviews archive.

Script of the Bridge has had a real resurgence around here and I have a CD copy unlistened to for pretty much 5 years, time to get with the program methinks
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Old 02-26-2009, 09:08 PM   #882 (permalink)
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REM - Up...

If this isn't one of the most overlooked great albums, I'll eat my hat... every track on this has a great melody, sounds fantastic on headphones, too... and there's beautiful little simplistic but touching gems like "Why Not Smile", "Daysleeper" and "At My Most Beautiful". Alongb with Reveal, a totally overlooked great, modern REM album.
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Old 02-27-2009, 12:28 PM   #883 (permalink)
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oh yeah, let's not forget the travelin' flower band, thanks to the one who clued me in on that noise... fan f*****g tastic
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Old 02-28-2009, 11:57 AM   #884 (permalink)
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Zeni Geva - 10,000 Light Years

Some interesting japanese metal with noise-rock influences. Theres some brilliant jams here, particularly on Blastsphere. A bit like a metal version of the Melvins? No idea really.
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Zeni Geva - 10,000 Light Years

Some interesting japanese metal with noise-rock influences. Theres some brilliant jams here, particularly on Blastsphere. A bit like a metal version of the Melvins? No idea really.
i've always meant to check this band out, but for whatever reason still never have. One day!
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Old 02-28-2009, 01:29 PM   #886 (permalink)
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Old 02-28-2009, 01:40 PM   #888 (permalink)
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Zeni Geva - 10,000 Light Years

Some interesting japanese metal with noise-rock influences. Theres some brilliant jams here, particularly on Blastsphere. A bit like a metal version of the Melvins? No idea really.
i've got a 1993 album by them called 'Alright, You Little Bastards' which is dodgy live quality, are they any good in the studio? They struck me as a Japanese Melvins of sorts...
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Old 02-28-2009, 02:18 PM   #889 (permalink)
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I tried to get into Zeni Geva a while ago and it just didn't click.
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I've started digging Kyuss a lot lately and this is one of my favorite albums of theirs.


I recently got a couple remixed tracks from this album and decided to take another listen to the album again. It's so great; still gives me chills.


This is underrated stoner music at it's finest.


Is there really much to say?
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