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Old 01-03-2011, 04:33 PM   #91 (permalink)
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Theres quite a few instrumental (or mainly intrumental) doom/sludge bands. Maybe thats more your cup of tea.
I love a lot doom-type stuff actually, it's one of my favorite types of metal. I just tend to listen to bands that don't have the real bombastic vocals. Some favorites:

Ufomammut
Warhorse (the American one)
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Electric Wizard
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:34 PM   #92 (permalink)
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I love a lot doom-type stuff actually, it's one of my favorite types of metal. I just tend to listen to bands that don't have the real bombastic vocals. Some favorites:

Ufomammut
Warhorse
Boris
Electric Wizard
Sleep
Sons of Otis
Ultraphallus
Weedeater
Haha you just scored huge points. Try listening to Acid King (III). Low key vocals and very Electric Wizard. I can upload it if you chose to.
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:40 PM   #93 (permalink)
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If anyone could send me a good jazzy Hip-Hop album, that would be cool.
Too perfect really. Enjoy.


I am listening to the couple of albums I have been sent right now so thoughts soon.
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:42 PM   #94 (permalink)
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I wouldnt know wtf to send you, you have the broadest musical taste. I feel like no matter what it was you probably have it on your computer or in a backroom on tape.
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Haha you just scored huge points. Try listening to Acid King (III). Low key vocals and very Electric Wizard. I can upload it if you chose to.
Already a fan of Acid King actually. They don't make the cream of crop list for me but I do like them. Have you ever checked out Orange Goblin or Mammatus? If you haven't, I'm guessing you'd like both of them.
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Already a fan of Acid King actually. They don't make the cream of crop list for me but I do like them. Have you ever checked out Orange Goblin or Mammatus? If you haven't, I'm guessing you'd like both of them.
Frequencies From Planet Ten is a superb album, as is Time Travlin Blues. And Mammatus is pretty cool as well. I only have The Coast Explodes but id definitely like to check out other stuff they have.

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Frequencies From Planet Ten is a superb album, as is Time Travlin Blues. And Mammatus is pretty cool as well. I only have The Coast Explodes but id definitely like to check out other stuff they have.
I only also have the Coast Explodes from Mammatus, but I do have "Healing Through Fire" from Orange Goblin if you've never heard it and have any interest.
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I think ill download it tonight. They all seem like cool guys, I saw a few interviews and they all have day jobs and just rock the **** out every night for years now. Sadly I dont see them ever getting anywhere commercially Just like the rest of the genre.
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Too perfect really. Enjoy.


I am listening to the couple of albums I have been sent right now so thoughts soon.
Damn that sounds great! Any chance of it heading my way?
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I wouldnt know wtf to send you, you have the broadest musical taste. I feel like no matter what it was you probably have it on your computer or in a backroom on tape.
You like Pink Floyd so how about listening to them Bossa Nova stylee? Trust me, it's damn good and works perfectly without resorting to bland coffee table music.


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Damn that sounds great! Any chance of it heading my way?
Sure. There are a shedload of volumes in this series all hosted by Guru but it does have a very 90's sound to it but it's a great series.
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