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Old 04-21-2011, 05:49 PM   #601 (permalink)
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Got a lastFM for me to look at?
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Old 04-21-2011, 06:23 PM   #602 (permalink)
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For Jackhammer:

Deströyer 666—To the Devil His Due



Metal with a definite old-school vibe that I think you'll dig. This album is just an odds and ends collection of limited release 7 inches and things along those lines but in my humble opinion is actually better than the one studio album I have by these guys. Enjoy!
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Old 04-21-2011, 06:30 PM   #603 (permalink)
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Was one of them mine? I accidentally lost about 3 reviews of albums sent to me and am not sure which I have posted.
No mate. Dayvan Cowboy, Tumour and somone I can't remember (lol) are outstanding).
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Old 04-21-2011, 06:40 PM   #604 (permalink)
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Well, I might as well ask for a recommendation... If anyone knows a bit about my taste in music, then feel free to recommend an album or something.

(I guess this is how this thread works)
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Old 04-22-2011, 07:13 AM   #605 (permalink)
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Well, I might as well ask for a recommendation... If anyone knows a bit about my taste in music, then feel free to recommend an album or something.

(I guess this is how this thread works)
Not really but I'll send you something and this thread is to open you to new music so people send you things that are out of your normal listening habits and try to open your mind.

I think that was the initial intent of this thread but it might have gone to a different direction since then.
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Old 04-24-2011, 08:26 AM   #606 (permalink)
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On December 2, exactly at midnight, he released his highly anticipated and first mixtape "The First Flight". The second mixtape "Airborne" dropped July 29,2010. Diggy was signed to Atlantic Records in New York on March 21, 2010,on his fifteenth birthday and now can be found on facebook and twitter. He has recently appeared on singles by teen R&B singers Jacob Latimore and Dionne Bromfield.
One of Rev Run's sons that is making a staple for himself. He has some Pharrell and Lupe Fiasco as his mentors and he's part of the All City Chess Club.
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Old 04-30-2011, 07:13 PM   #607 (permalink)
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Flaw
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My friend gave me this album in 03 and I just loved it.
Hmm, I listened to this a couple of times and I must say I don't like this at all. It's no different from any other alternative or nu metal I've heard. So unimaginative and boring: a little bit of some generic melodic singing alternates with the obligatory screaming, that sounds so bland, as opposed to energetic, which they were going for; almost every song starts with a short melodic guitar work which then dissolves into distortion. All this is supposed to be heavy, but I can't remember when was the last time I've heard a distorted guitar sound so weak, with no force at all. The rhythm section is practically non-existent. I mean it's there, but with no real impact.

So dj, is this your payback for Diamanda Galas I sent you previously?
But, I've heard this three times and you haven't finished Galas even once. Just saying



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Sopor Aeternus - Dead Lovers Sarabande (Face One)

Technically labeled as a darkwave band but very much on the neo-classical end of things. One of my favorite bands, and fun to listen to. Albeit, for some reason megaunknown. With Dankstra being a lover of the avant-garde, and neoclassical, feel it'd be a perfect fit.
This is much better. I was hesitant at first when I started listening. I was afraid it was going to be one of those generic, overly theatrical and symphonic (god forbid) gothic albums, some bloodless "dark", romantic music which I usually love to hate. That's because I'm drawn to it, but I rarely find it done right. But, as it went on I realized it's actually quite interesting. It just became better and better. Besides the neoclassical influences you mentioned I also noticed quite a bit of neofolk sound.

It is theatrical and with that typical gothic pathos, but it doesn't cross the line, it doesn't venture into self-parody. It comes dangerously close though in one song, the Edgar Alan Poe one (he's a must apparently, a gothic canon). Urgh, I didn't like it at all. Why does it have to be the longest one? Still, there are several very good songs to make up for it, one being 'Ich Wollte Hinaus In Den Garten...'. This one is the most folkish and "medieval" sounding. The other favorite is 'Lament', a good example of monumentality that doesn't go overboard. I also liked those really short tracks between these big songs, like passages. I'd say this middle part of the album is the strongest. Overall, a solid album. Thanks.
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Hmm, I listened to this a couple of times and I must say I don't like this at all. It's no different from any other alternative or nu metal I've heard. So unimaginative and boring: a little bit of some generic melodic singing alternates with the obligatory screaming, that sounds so bland, as opposed to energetic, which they were going for; almost every song starts with a short melodic guitar work which then dissolves into distortion. All this is supposed to be heavy, but I can't remember when was the last time I've heard a distorted guitar sound so weak, with no force at all. The rhythm section is practically non-existent. I mean it's there, but with no real impact.

So dj, is this your payback for Diamanda Galas I sent you previously?
But, I've heard this three times and you haven't finished Galas even once. Just saying
LOL I'm too much of a scaredy cat to finish Diamanda Galas. Maybe one day in the future I will attempt to listen to it again.

I guess I just love mediocre **** but I still like that Flaw album. I randomly listen to it from time to time.
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Old 05-01-2011, 06:01 PM   #609 (permalink)
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Hey does somebody want to recommend me something?
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Old 05-01-2011, 09:17 PM   #610 (permalink)
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I'd be happy to. Tell me a little about your tastes. What are you into?
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