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Old 01-03-2011, 04:56 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Damn that sounds great! Any chance of it heading my way?
x2 jazzy hip-hop, so far from what I usually listen to, but may really like
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Old 01-03-2011, 04:58 PM   #102 (permalink)
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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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Old 01-03-2011, 05:00 PM   #103 (permalink)
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Rezz, this really is a fantastic thread idea. It's like you've encapsulated everything wonderful about MB in one place.
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Old 01-03-2011, 05:00 PM   #104 (permalink)
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I really liked this album a lot. It's very relaxing, jazzy Hip-Hop which is exactly what I wanted. I liked the beats, but wasn't a huge fan of the guy's voice, it was a little plain. Other than that it was perfect for the mood I was in and was pretty sweet overall. Favourite songs: Violent Evolution, Outlaw in Wonderland, Air Bone. Overall rating: 7/10

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Old 01-03-2011, 05:02 PM   #105 (permalink)
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Rezz, this really is a fantastic thread idea. It's like you've encapsulated everything wonderful about MB in one place.
If only I could have thought of a title that didnt suck.
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Old 01-03-2011, 05:07 PM   #106 (permalink)
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Whilst knowing quite a lot of Thrash bands, one scene I never really explored was the Japanese scene so that in itself was exciting and damn I did really enjoy this. However Bob did comment on the punk element and I have to say that 90% of this album does sound like a Hardcore punk album. Luckily I do like me some Hardcore Punk especially the early sounds and this worked perfectly and I will be digging around to see if I can find some more stuff by these guys.

misleading title TBH but decent album and a keeper.

Glad you enjoyed Matt Eliott
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Old 01-03-2011, 05:20 PM   #107 (permalink)
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Best thread on the entire forum IMO.
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Old 01-03-2011, 06:54 PM   #108 (permalink)
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For me this one was a grower, but as of now I've listened to it about three times and everytime I like it more and more. I do have a thing for quirky voices, and this definitely fits the bill on that, so that was a plus. The standout track here was "King of Spain". OMG...love, love, love that song. It has so much going for it: an almost bluegrass/country feel, fab lyrics and interesting vocals. It's a song I picture Savannah liking actually (you should send her the album!). Anyway absolute favorite on the album. I also loved "You're Going Back", which owes more to his vocals than anything else.

Overall, I definitely see this one getting multiple plays from me. Perfect recommendation RezZ. Thanks!
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Thank you for the kind words and the album, I look forward to listening to it, I'm always open to new styles of music I've never heard. I'm glad you liked The Wild, makes me happy when people dig my recommendations.
Also, don't be afraid to send the stuff you know I'd love
i think you'll enjoy....just may be a bit of a mood record

i actually had to drive today...which i loathe and listened to The Wild while driving....every song on there is great and fun....thanks again

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bob. - would you mind sending me the Celan album too? I really enjoyed that video of them you posted in another thread.

And I've got a couple of things I think you might like, if you're interested? Will have to double check you don't know them already, though.
will do...check your pm box and i would love some new music of any type

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I really liked this album a lot. It's very relaxing, jazzy Hip-Hop which is exactly what I wanted. I liked the beats, but wasn't a huge fan of the guy's voice, it was a little plain. Other than that it was perfect for the mood I was in and was pretty sweet overall. Favourite songs: Violent Evolution, Outlaw in Wonderland, Air Bone. Overall rating: 7/10

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glad you liked them....actually the singer is from a band called Boredoms...check them out....completely different and yeah his vocals are much better with them

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Whilst knowing quite a lot of Thrash bands, one scene I never really explored was the Japanese scene so that in itself was exciting and damn I did really enjoy this. However Bob did comment on the punk element and I have to say that 90% of this album does sound like a Hardcore punk album. Luckily I do like me some Hardcore Punk especially the early sounds and this worked perfectly and I will be digging around to see if I can find some more stuff by these guys.

misleading title TBH but decent album and a keeper.

Glad you enjoyed Matt Eliott
seriously i have not listened to that album in going on ten years....and obviously listened to it right before i sent...ten years ago i would have saifd that this is what thrash is all about....but a little knowledge and an understanding of the concept of "crossover" and yeah it's more of a hardcore punk record....either way i'm glad you like it

out of the four bands who tickled your fancy most?

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Old 01-03-2011, 07:03 PM   #110 (permalink)
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I really liked this album a lot. It's very relaxing, jazzy Hip-Hop which is exactly what I wanted. I liked the beats, but wasn't a huge fan of the guy's voice, it was a little plain. Other than that it was perfect for the mood I was in and was pretty sweet overall. Favourite songs: Violent Evolution, Outlaw in Wonderland, Air Bone. Overall rating: 7/10

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Any chance I could get in on this one bob?
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