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Old 11-04-2010, 09:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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both of those track are really good....thanks for posting song examples
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Old 11-04-2010, 09:45 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Haha brilliant follow up! Black Earth (2002) is a personal favorite of mine that I turned onto a few people from here, 333 in particular.
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Old 11-05-2010, 07:30 AM   #13 (permalink)
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48. José González - Veneer (2003)



Genre: Indie folk

José Gonzáles is a swedish indie folk singer-songwriter.
I first heard about josé from my best friend back in 2005 or so. I immediately fell in love with Josés tender vocals and the amazing classical guitar playing.
Veneer has some really great songs and a quite good cover of The Knifes Heartbeats. I really love the song Crosses on this album. I really love the albums minimalistic cover too. Great album.

Track listing:

1. Slow Moves
2. Remain
3. Lovestain
4. Heartbeats (The Knife)
5. Crosses
6. Deadweight on Velveteen
7. All You Deliver
8. Stay in the Shade
9. Hints
10. Save Your Day
11. Broken Arrows

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Old 11-05-2010, 07:46 AM   #14 (permalink)
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47. Mew - Frengers (2003)



Genre: Dream pop, indie rock, alternative rock

Frengers is the third album by the danish band Mew. This is propably my favorite Mew album. Jonas Bjerres vocals are lovely and give me a fluffy feeling inside. Bo Madsens playin is also lovely. I love pretty much every track on it although Comforting Sounds and Am I Wry? No are my favorite ones.

Track listing:

1. Am I Wry? No
2. 156
3. Snow Brigade
4. Symmetry
5. Behind The Drapes
6. Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years
7. Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed
8. She Came Home For Christmas
9. She Spider
10. Comforting Sounds

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Old 11-05-2010, 09:17 AM   #15 (permalink)
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I'm a list whore so I dig these. Liking this one so far, that Jose song is nice. Will have to do one myself soon.
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Old 11-06-2010, 07:04 AM   #16 (permalink)
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46. Grandaddy - Sumday (2003)



Genre: Indie rock, alternative rock

Grandaddy was an American indie rock band, formed in 1992. Sumday is the third album by Grandaddy.
I first heard about Grandaddy when I watched the movie 28 Days Later. I really liked A.M 180 that played on the film. Eventhough I really liked the song and some other Grandaddy songs that I had checked out I soon forgot about the band. Then a little later my little brother started to like Grandaddy and recommended the Sumday album for me and got me hooked on it.
Really like this album. Great indie rock album.

Track listing:

1. Now It's On
2. I'm on Standby
3. The Go in the Go For It
4. The Group Who Couldn't Say
5. Lost on Yer Merry Way
6. El Caminos in the West
7. Yeah' Is What We Had
8. Saddest Vacant Lot in All the World
9. Stray Dog and the Chocolate Shake
10. O.K. With My Decay
11. The Warming Sun
12. The Final Push to the Sum

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Old 11-06-2010, 09:02 PM   #17 (permalink)
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45. Empyrium - Weiland (2002)



Genre: Neofolk

To celebrate the comeback of Empyrium I decided to present their Weiland album as my next album on the list.
Empyrium is a german neofolk band that started out as a doomy folk/black metal band. Empyrium was founded in 1994. Empyrium draws its inspiration heavily from nature which can be seen from their album and song titles. Empyrium has released four albums and a retrospective compilation album. The first two albums are more metal influenced and the last two are all acoustic folk albums. Also the first albums were sung in english and the last was sung completely in german.
Weiland was the last album Empyrium recorded before they disbanded in 2002. The album is divided into three chapters Heidestimmung ("Moor Sounds"), Waldpoesie ("Forest Poetry") and Wassergeister ("Water Spirits").
I used to listen to Empyrium alot when I was younger. I still have all their albums and listen to them from time to time. I can't even put into words how happy I felt when I heard that they are writing new music after all these years.

Track listing

Heidestimmung:
1. Kein Hirtenfeuer glimmt mehr
2. Heimwärts
3. Nebel
4. Fortgang
5. A Capella
6. Nachhall

Waldpoesie
7. Waldpoesie

Wassergeister
8. Die Schwäne im Schilf
9. Am Wasserfall
10. Fossegrim
11. Der Nix
12. Das blau-kristallne Kämmerlein

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Old 11-08-2010, 12:56 PM   #18 (permalink)
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44. Suffocate For **** Sake - Blazing Fires and Helicopters on the Front Page of the Newspaper. There’s a War Going On and I’m Marching in Heavy Boots (2008)



Genre: Post-metal, sludge, post-rock, screamo

Suffocate For **** Sake is a swedish band that mixes warm post-rock melodies with violent sludge, post-hardcore riffs and screamo vocals. They also use lengthy samples of spoken Swedish over their tracks.
Blazing Fires and Helicopters on the Front Page... is the bands first full length album and follows a swedish girl when she's looking back to the time when she got put in a mental institute.
I first heard about this band from my friend. The name was the first thing that caught my interest and my expectations weren't so high because of the name but when I listened to the album I was proven wrong. I really loved the album and it is now one of my favorite albums. I really love the overall feeling of the album and the theme of loosing control of yourself. I love the swedish spoken parts and the fact I know swedish adds alot to it. I find the whole listening experience really overwhelming. Go listen to this album now if you haven't already!

Track listing

1 Blue Lights and Sunshine
2 I Got Worried…I Was So Freaking Scared of That Window, You Know
3 We Are Driving Through Darkness
4 Twenty-Six and Full of Plans
5 A Japanese Flag
6 I Keep My Eyes on the Ground, Afraid of Meeting Someone I Know
7 Empty
8 They Try to Cheer Me Up By Saying I Did Once Live a Functioning Life



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Old 11-08-2010, 02:36 PM   #19 (permalink)
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See, I would love to do one of these lists but I don't listen to enough bands that nobody has ever heard of so I couldn't impress anybody.

Besides, nobody would want to read it anyways!

Fun read so far though, TheFolkslave!
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Thank you I was beginning to think that no one was reading this thing.
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