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Old 08-18-2008, 09:14 PM   #21 (permalink)
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TBH, I have no idea. It's supposed to be a children's album. Maybe TMBG are endorsing corporal discipline?
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Old 08-19-2008, 12:11 AM   #22 (permalink)
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95. Edge Of Dawn - Enjoy The Fall

Seabound frontman Frank Spinath making 80s-esque synth pop. Like a more girly sounding Junior Boys this album makes me almost want to turn gay. The heart meltingly gushy sounds that this album puts out are the music equivalent of a romantic drama but it feels as if you're sucked into every role. Its a bit cheesy and slightly cliched but its the kind of cliched cheese that you would find digestible in an 80s flashback sandwich with Frank Spinath as the meat and you as the buns. Mmmm...

Also, Frank Spinath so you know it has to be good.
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Old 08-20-2008, 07:01 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Hey Unfan, how large is your music library? I mean, if you can do a list of the top 100 albums of one year, then god only knows how much music you actually have.
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It's not too hard to have that much music, it IS hard to listen to it all. I've been working for about three years straight and I still haven't breached 1,000 albums that I really enjoy.
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Hey Unfan, how large is your music library? I mean, if you can do a list of the top 100 albums of one year, then god only knows how much music you actually have.
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94. My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult - The Filthiest Show In Town

Dirty rock fused with catchy industrial beats. Too tired to bother making the album sound stupidly good, so check it out for yourself.

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Old 08-23-2008, 05:36 PM   #26 (permalink)
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93.yelworC - Eclosion

yelworC has sort of a dark ambient meets EBM meets movie score style thats fairly unique and rather complex in parts. Lots of layering and crisp keyboards mixed with random noise makes for an eerie listen. Somehow this album manages to be dancey yet complex and even somewhat moving at times. While a bit hard to swallow and probably requires repeat listening to fully get I would recommend this to anyone who even remotely likes anything musical.
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Old 08-25-2008, 09:45 AM   #27 (permalink)
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^^^^

Sound's intriguing. I may have to check that out.
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Early Recap

100. Tomahawk - Anonymous
99. Paul McCartney - Memory Almost Full
98. Holy Fuck - LP
97. Sigur Rós - Hvarf/Heim
96. They Might Be Giants - The Else
95. Edge Of Dawn - Enjoy The Fall
94. My Like With The Thrill Kill Kult - The Filthiest Show In Town
93. yelworC - Eclosion

100 albums from a single year is a lot (profound I know), I've heard two of these so far.
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98. Holy Fuck - LP

Really raw sounding garagey noise rock. The instrumentation on this album is both wild yet well constructed. With a mass of electronic bleeps and bloops atop an assault by multiple drummers this band manages to find a way to sound strangely musical in the same way that washing machines do. Yet even with being that noise oriented the keyboard melodies manage to make it palatable to people who might otherwise not get it.
I have only heard part of the album but I really have enjoyed it. After yours and everyone elses praise imma have to get my hands on the full album.
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92. October File - Holy Armour From The Jaws Of God

This album was initially higher on my list, and probably really should be. October File sound like NWOBHM meets fuzzy punk rock, but not in a thrashy way. Closer to hardcore with the melodic sense and heaviness of early metal pioneers. If ever Minor Threat carried the bastard son of Motorhead and the child were delivered by High On Fire this is the beautiful child. This album delivers catchy and bold riffs backed by some rather creative drum patterns which make for an interesting backing to Hollyer's gruff yet melodic vocals. Listen or die.
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