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  Posted on March 19, 2010 04:06
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Dragonforce is a power metal band most known for its signature song "Through The Fire and Flames"
Tracks Include:

01. Heroes of Our Time (7:14)
02. The Fire Still Burns (7:50)
03. Reasons to Live (6:26)
04. Heartbreak Armageddon (7:41)
05. The Last Journey Home (8:12)
06. A Flame for Freedom (5:20)
07. Inside the Winter Storm (8:12)
08. The Warrior Inside (7:15)
09. Strike of the Ninja
10. Scars of Yesterday
11. E.P.M


*the last track comes in the japanese bonus edition*
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  Posted on March 19, 2010 04:32
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Electric Honey by Luscious Jackson

Year: 1999
Genre(s): Indie Rock, Pop
Tracks: 15
Lenght: 50:01
Description: While probably not the best Luscious Jackson album, it's my personal favorite. Their final album released (released as a trio instead of a quartet since one member had left since the previous album), it's an interesting sounding album-- While it sounds a lot like a pop album at first, it has a lot of subtle hip-hop elements: record scratching, distortion, and the drums sound like someone laid a beat down for a rap song-- which makes a lot of sense, since the drummer was also the drummer of the Beastie Boys.
Honestly, I grew up with this album. It's one of my mother's favorites, so when we went on long road trips as a kid, this album would inevitably come up. As such, a lot of the tracks probably evoke much stronger feelings than they will you. While it still stands the test of time (and taste), it's certainly not nearly as good as my brain tells me it is.
Recommended tracks:
Christine
Fantastic Fabulous
Lover's Moon
These are all pretty low quality, but they're the ONLY versions on youtube.
Look what I found, though!
edit: I figured I'd throw in their one big single for good measure
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  Posted on March 30, 2010 02:50
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Staind - Break the Cycle

Genre(s): Metal
Tracks: 13
Length: 50:00
Description: 13 solid tracks, all conveying depression. The emotion in this guy's vocals for this album is almost up there with Metallica's on Unforgiven I & II, but the lyrics are a bit too simple for my taste.

Recommended tracks:
Change
Open Your Eyes
Fade
Spartania
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  Posted on April 17, 2010 06:46
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Genre: Post Hardcore (I think they are more of a classic rock most of the time)
1. "He Is Ocean" 1:49
2. "I Am Waves" 2:58
3. "Armageddon" 3:16
4. "Utah" 3:51 <--- Recommend
5. "Breather" 2:03
6. "Casablanca" 3:44 <-- Recommend
7. "Epoch Coda" 5:35

I enjoyed this one, honestly.

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  Posted on April 18, 2010 06:03
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Hmm. I'll recommend a few as well. Nice topic btw, Ryan.

Album: Van Canto. Hero.
Description: Hero is the second studio album by German a cappella metal band van Canto, released on September 26, 2008. It is the follow up to 2006's A Storm to Come on GUN records/Sony BMG. In contrast to A Storm to Come, Hero contains more cover songs performed a capella, with only five songs being original compositions.

"Speed of Light" and the Nightwish cover "Wishmaster" were released as singles with music videos to promote the album.

Tracks
Disc: 1

1. Speed of Light - 4:23
2. Kings of Metal (Manowar cover) - 3:41
3. Pathfinder - 4:48
4. Wishmaster (Nightwish cover) - 4:22
5. The Bard's Song (Blind Guardian cover) - 3:08
6. Quest for Roar - 3:32
7. Stormbringer (Deep Purple cover) - 3:51
8. Take to the Sky - 4:14 (Featuring Hansi Kürsch of Blind Guardian)
9. Fear of the Dark (Iron Maiden cover) - 7:09
10. Hero - 5:18

Disc: 2 (Bonus DVD)

1. The Mission
2. Battery
3. Battery (Making Of)
4. Speed of Light
5. Speed of Light (Making of)
6. Rain
7. Brazil
8. Studio
9. Track by Track
10. Gallery

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Album: Van Canto. Tribe Of Force.
Description: Tribe of Force is the third studio album by German a cappella metal band van Canto, to be released on March 1, 2010. This is the band's first release with Nuclear Blast.

The tracklisting features 13 tracks, two of them being covers ("Master of Puppets" by Metallica and "Rebellion" by Grave Digger), and three of them featuring guest artists: Victor Smolski (from Rage) guest appears in "One To Ten", Tony Kakko (from Sonata Arctica) guest appears on "Hearted" and Chris Boltendahl (from Grave Digger) guest appears in "Rebellion".

Tracks
1. "Lost Forever" 4:44
2. "To Sing a Metal Song" 3:24
3. "One to Ten (feat. Victor Smolski)" 4:06
4. "I Am Human" 3:56
5. "My Voice" 5:30
6. "Rebellion (Grave Digger cover) (feat. Chris Boltendahl)" 4:05
7. "Last Night of the Kings" 3:52
8. "Tribe of Force" 3:17
9. "Water. Fire. Heaven. Earth." 3:52
10. "Master of Puppets (Metallica cover)" 8:23
11. "Magic Taborea" 3:22
12. "Hearted (feat. Tony Kakko)" 4:00
13. "Frodo's Dream" 3:06

Overall, two excellent albums from this unique band.
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  Posted on April 18, 2010 10:35
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Album Title: From A Basement On The Hill
Artist: Elliott Smith
Released: 2004
Description: From A Basement On The Hill is Elliot Smith's 6th Studio album, released posthumously (after his death). It was still incomplete at the time of his death, so the label hired his former producer and his ex girlfriend to go through the 30 or so songs that were meant for the album. Smith wanted this album to be a double CD album but the contract with the label restricted him from doing so, so this album only has 15 songs.

Track Listing:
1. "Coast to Coast" – 5:33
2. "Let's Get Lost" – 2:27
3. "Pretty (Ugly Before)" – 4:45
4. "Don't Go Down" – 4:34
5. "Strung Out Again" – 3:12
6. "A Fond Farewell" – 3:58
7. "King's Crossing" – 4:57
8. "Ostriches & Chirping" – 0:33
9. "Twilight" – 4:29
10. "A Passing Feeling" – 3:32
11. "The Last Hour" – 3:27
12. "Shooting Star" – 6:01
13. "Memory Lane" – 2:30
14. "Little One" – 3:14
15. "A Distorted Reality Is Now a Necessity to Be Free" – 4:32

Recommended Tracks: (My opinion)
- Coast To Coast
- A Fond Farewell
- King's Crossing
- Twilight
- Shooting Star
- Memory Lane
- A Distorted Reality Is Now a Necessity to Be Free


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  Posted on April 29, 2010 17:27
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Artist: Tool
Description:
Ænima (pronounced /ˈɒnɪmə/[3]) is the second studio album by American progressive metal band Tool. The album was released on September 17, 1996 in vinyl format and on October 1, 1996 in Compact Disc format.[1][4][5] The album was recorded and cut at Ocean Way, Hollywood, California and The Hook, North Hollywood, California from 1995 to 1996. It was certified triple platinum by the RIAA on March 4, 2003.[6]
The album appeared on several lists of the best albums of 1996,[7] including that of Kerrang![8] and Terrorizer.[9] The album won the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance in 1998.


"Stinkfist" (Keenan/Jones/Carey/D'Amour) – 5:11
"Eulogy" (Keenan/Jones/Carey/D'Amour) – 8:28
"H." (Keenan/Jones/Carey/D'Amour) – 6:07
"Useful Idiot" – 0:39
"Forty Six & 2" – 6:02
"Message to Harry Manback" – 1:53
"Hooker with a Penis" – 4:33
"Intermission" – 0:56
"jimmy" – 5:24
"Die Eier von Satan" – 2:17
"Pushit" (Keenan/Jones/Carey/D'Amour) – 9:55
"Cesaro Summability" – 1:26
"Ænema" (Keenan/Jones/Carey/D'Amour) – 6:37
"(-) Ions" – 4:00
"Third Eye" (Tool/Hicks) – 13:47

Source: Wiki


Not really that much into music, so ill just leave one for now.
  Posted on May 3, 2010 03:28
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Hyori Lee - H-Logic
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Check it out! =]


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  Posted on May 3, 2010 03:31
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Nel wrote:
Hyori Lee - H-Logic
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Check it out! =]
How about giving us some info about the album? What genre is it? What does it sound like? Any specific tracks to listen to?
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  Posted on May 3, 2010 03:35
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Okay to the person above lol.

It's about the queen of Kpop, Hyori Lee! She's back after two years from music and returns to the korean music scene with her hip-hop-ish songs with a mix of techno and sizzling beats lmfao. She collaborated with many other k-pop artists liek Daesung and Beckah from After School and some songs that were amazing from this album is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and I'm Back!

Check it out ! ^^


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  Posted on May 9, 2010 16:33
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Artist:Shakira
Year:2009.Description: "I felt very curious and intrigued about the electro-pop world and everything it has to offer, I wanted to make sure that this album was very bassy and that the kicks hit really hard, and I wanted to concentrate on the beat. But my music, to a certain extent, is very complex -- because I always try to experiment with sounds from other parts of the world."-Quote by Shakira
Tracks:16
-Some of them are there more than one time.In english and ... colombian i think.
She Wolf has 2 versions. "Live" one and normal one.
I reccomend:
-She Wolf( all versions) (Loba)
-Did it Again( all versions) (Lo Hecho Esta Hecho)
-Long Time
-Why WAit !!! ( Anos Luz)
-Good Stuff
-Men in this Town
-Mon Amour
-Give it Up to Me
-Gypsy i guess.It's not that good o.o
Other Info :
- I know that Give it Up to me and Gypsy were included in Ugly Betty S04E08.
- Loba or She Wolf reached top-ten worldwide.
- "Gypsy" and "Gitana" were sent to radio stations around the world on February 22, 2010 and the song's video features tennis star Rafael Nadal. (22.02 was my Birthday o.o )
- The album was re-released in Spanish-speaking territories to feature "Gitana" and several remixes.
  Posted on June 4, 2010 07:05
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The Tiger and the Duke by The Sound of Animals Fighting
Genre: Experimental rock
Length: 34:08 (Original version)
71:29 (Re-issue)
Summary: This is badass. It's like 15 dudes from bands that I dislike (Circa Survive, RX Bandits, some more) coming together to make the raddest music ever. The original version only has four real songs (Acts) and a few interludes. The interludes are a little wanky. but the Acts are some of the best and most original songs I've ever had the pleasure of listening to. I haven't yet listened to the re-issue, but I will soon, and I may post a review, but this is the definitive one for this badass CD.

Recommended tracks:
Act II: All is Ash (Or the Light Shining Through It.
  Posted on July 6, 2010 07:27
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Catherine Wheel - Ferment

Genres (secondary genres): Shoegaze / Alternative Rock (Dream Pop / Brit Pop)
Blurb: Best album of all time and I'm not even kidding; the only other album that could take its throne as my favourite album ever is Souvlaki. It's just one mind-blowing song after the other, I doubt you will ever find a more perfect pack of songs.

Listen to: Black Metallic / Ferment / Tumbledown + Bill and Ben / Salt
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  Posted on July 6, 2010 07:35
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Thread has been mostly cleaned.
I haven't posted an album in a while, so here we go:

The Dresden Dolls by The Dresden Dolls
Year: 2003
Tracks: 12
Genre: "dark cabaret," but it's basically just piano-driven punk
Time: 56 minutes
Description: Yes, it's music for fat gothic girls, but Amanda Palmer has this unique air around her. Sure, she sings about being a woman and her relationships with men, but as opposed to a lot of "angry chick rock," she feels... vulnerable. Her songs make her come across as sad, lonely, and emotionally unstable, but still trying to be an independent woman, and in doing so I can visualize a character throughout the songs that is a *real* person, and not just a single emotion per song.
In terms of music, the band is just piano + percussion, but the piano tends to be fairly aggressive, with a loud/soft dynamic in many songs (with major help from the percussion), though there are plenty of songs that are fairly soft, but they never get outside of sounding like punk (also sure is run-on sentence in here). Plenty of the songs are catchy, but in general it's the lyrics that make the songs.

As a side note, they're supposed to be an absolute spectacle live and I'm regretting turning down a chance I had to see them (as I'd never heard them at that point).

Recommended Tracks:
Coin-Operated Boy
Girl Anachronism
Good Day

I'll be downloading Ferment right now.
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  Posted on July 6, 2010 17:25
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The Church - Priest = Aura

Year: 1992
Tracks: 14
Time: 64:55
Genres (secondary genres): Art Rock (Neo-Psychedelia / Shoegaze)
Pseudo-Review: Very few albums sound as effortlesly beautiful as this one, and I assure you that it will make you doubt if everything you've heard before is as good as you thought. Recommended, especially, for fans of The Cure's Disintegration.
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