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Old 02-02-2007, 08:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I kind of stole this from another forum but, I added a lot to it. So take any album that would be talked about in this forum and include label released on, year released, brief description, album art, genre, tracklisting and if possible an upload but if you can't get one then I surely can. That might sound like a lot but those aren't hard things to find. Though if you really feel like a lazy ass at least write a description and I'll fill in the rest. Don't repeat albums but you can repeat descriptions. I think it'd be could to have several. I'm going to edit this post to keep up with the list and if I over go the character limit[which I hope people respond and I do] then I'll make a lastfm journal or I don't know, something.



Stop It-Self Made Maps (Robotic Empire)[2003]
Post-Hardcore/Screamo

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1 Maybe She's Born With It
2 Name And Number
3 Amen And Boys
4 A Clever Play On Words
5 Remove Your Teeth
6 S.S. Betrayal
7 Captain Roboto
8 Here's To New Shortcuts
9 Beethoven's Funeral

The first that pops out is the composition of all the songs. It's not spoonfed anything. Everything is prettty well written. This is a pretty accessible album. It was one of the firsts I ever got into. I guess the vocals are to blame. They make everything pretty catchy. Favorite Tracks are Name & Number, Remove Your Teeth and Beethoven's Funeral. Though there isn't a bad track and everything flows really well.

1905-Voice
Circle Takes The Square-As the Roots Undo
Embrace-Embrace
Hot Cross-Cryonics
Hot Water Music-Forever and Counting
I Would Set Myself On Fire For You-...Believes In Patterns
pg.99-Document #8
Rites of Spring
Stop It-Self Made Maps
Yaphet Kotto-The Killer Was in The Government Blankets
Yaphet Kotto-Syncopated Synthetic Laments For Love
Yaphet Kotto-We Bury Our Dead
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Old 02-03-2007, 11:19 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Circle Takes The Square - As The Roots Undo (CD - Robotic Empire, LP - Hyperrealist)[2004]
Emotive Hardcore

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1 Intro
2 Same Shade as Concrete
3 Crowquill
4 In The Nervous Light
5 Interview at the Ruins
6 Non-Objective Portrait of Karma
7 Kill the Switch
8 A Crater to Cough In

Second full length from one of the biggest names in emo today. CTTS take well versed lyrics, impressive instrumentation, and male/female screams to the next level with one of the best albums of 2004. My first real emo album that got me into the genre.
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Old 02-03-2007, 07:05 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I Would Set Myself On Fire For You-...Believes In Patterns (Stickfigure Records)[2006]
Screamo/Post-Hardcore

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1 Twelve
2 Let The Jazz Band In
3 Six
4 Terrible Noise
5 Seven
6 #
7 Three
8 So This Is Our Home
9 Eight
10 Nine
11 Country Song

The first thing you hear isn't chaotic guitars with percision drumming or a slow steady and progressive guitar. It isn't a nonsensical sound clip or incessant noise. I would say this is the most musical screamo album to have ever come out. Awesome dual vocals and you can easily see that they were influenced by CTTS. Recommended songs Twelve, Seven and Country Song. The only track I find myself skipping over every once in a while is Let the Jazz Band In.
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Old 02-04-2007, 12:07 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hot Cross "Cryonics"

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1. Fortune Teller
2. Weekend Spent Askance
3. Pretty Picture of a Broken Face
4. Tale for the Ages
5. Dissertation: 14
6. In Memory of Morvern
7. Patience and Prudence
8. Frozen by Tragedy
9. Figure Eight
10. Requiescat

One of my favorite emo albums ever. It was one of the first I ever listened to. The vocals are sick, and its got alot of catchy lines on it. "Wear your makeup like a weapon" etc, Hot Cross has sick musicians.
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can we make this a hardcore sharing thread?
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Rites of Spring - End On End(Dischord Records)[1991]
Emotive Hardcore

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1 Spring
2 Deeper than Inside
3 For Want Of
4 Hain's Point
5 All There Is
6 Drink Deep
7 Other Way Around
8 Theme
9 By Design
10 Remainder
11 Persistent Vision
12 Nudes
13 End on End
14 All Through A Life
15 Hidden Wheel
16 In Silence/Words Away
17 Patience

One of the bands you can blame for this whole emo thing. Emotional hardcore at its purest. Straight punk instrumentals with frighteningly emotional vocals. An album I never get bored with.
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S/T came out in 85, the ep came out in 87, End on End is them both put together and that came out in 91.


Easily the most influential emo ever for the most obvious reason but I'd be the first to tell you the Embrace S/t is musically better and Moss Icon is even better than them.
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I got the years from the Dischord site, but yeah you're right. And you're right in that Embrace owns them musically and Moss Icon is amazing. I can just listen to End on End more.
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Discord gave End on End the same release number as s/t.

Embrace-Embrace (Discord)[1987]
Emotive Hardcore

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1 Give Me Back
2 Dance Of Days
3 Building
4 Past
5 Spoke
6 Do Not Consider Yourself Free
7 No More Pain
8 I Wish I
9 Said Gun
10 Can't Forgive
11 Money
12 If I Never Thought About It
13 End Of A Year
14 Last Song

Anyone know exactly what the deal is with the two different covers? I really don't like the gray one I've seen. I honestly kind of think of this as the overlooked album. Any bloke getting to the tr00 emo scene is told to go listen to RoS. Which isn't a bad thing at all I just think this album is a much better listen. They took the sound and made it better. It's typical Ian vocals with typical Ian lyrics with great instrumental.


Yaphet Kotto-The Killer Was in the Government Blankets (Ebullition)[1999]
Screamo

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1 First Meetings Agreement
2 Torn Pictures
3 Reserved For Speaker
4 Driving Through Natchez
5 Are You Still Working At That Cafe'
6 B And C
7 A Symbol
8 The Killer Was In The Government Blankets
9 Suffocate


Yaphet Kotto-Syncopated Synthetic Laments For Love (Ebullition)[2001]
Screamo

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1 Circumstancial Evidence
2 Status Symbol
3 Inquire Within
4 The Weight of Remorse
5 Fact or Fiction
6 Syncopated Synthetic Laments For love
7 Highly Enlightened
8 Blind Leading The Blind
9 Of Epic Proportions
10 Instrumental


Yaphet Kotto-We Bury Our Dead Alive (Ebullition)[2004]
Screamo

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1 Instrumental Intro
2 We Bury Our Dead Alive
3 The Heavy Burden
4 Past On The Stairs
5 Chime The Day
6 Paths
7 The Constant Ringing
8 The Lurking
9 Chime The Night
10 Instrumental Outro

Yaphet Kotto is my favorite screamo band. The instrumental is real tight. The shouty vocals are real catchy. I dig. I can't describe these seperately it's impossible. They wrote really good and pretty interesting lyrics. They come from one of the greatest DIY labels. The best album is Syncopated then The Killer and then We Bury Our Dead. Recommended tracks are Circumstanstial Evidence, Of Epic Proportions, Torn Pictures and Reserved For Speaker.
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