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  Posted on November 4, 2012 19:15
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Genre:Rap

Tracks:12(18 if you get the deluxe album from target)

Description:A brief overview of Kendrick's life growing up in Compton. Commonly mentioned themes would be gang violence, peer pressure, money, drugs, and I'd count the girl in the first song as a theme lol. Anyways the album is sick and the analogies used are just fucking genius.

Recommended Tracks: Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe, Money Trees, good kid, m.A.A.d city, The Art of Peer Pressure, Sing About Me.
  Posted on November 14, 2012 17:20
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OF tape vol.2
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  Posted on November 14, 2012 17:30
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The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place - Explosions in the Sky
Genre: Post-Rock, Ambient
Total Length: 45:37
Released: November 4, 2003

Track Listing:

First Breath After Coma - 9:33
The Only Moment We Were Alone - 10:14
Six Days at the Bottom of the Ocean - 8:43
Memorial - 8:50
Your Hand in Mine - 8:16

My Description

If you're thinking of getting into the Post-Rock kind of vibe, I suggest that you listen to this album first. Ready your ears for a full on instrumental, don't expect something fast or you'll be disappointed. The album focuses on the guitar's melodious work rather than just the chugging or power chords and whatnot. Expect a lot of build ups and crescendos. A lot of these tracks heavily use their distortion and delay effects, as for the composition, they like to add a lot of layers to their main melody. Expect a lot of repetition.

I consider this album as one of the better post rock albums made. The songs makes the listener feel the emotion more than the blues. They make you ride your own roller coaster of emotions. The simple riffs tend to stick to your mind like super glue.

There are two songs here that were used in movies. "Your Hand in Mine" was used in the Friday Nights Live soundtrack while "The Only Moment We Were Alone" was used in the trailer for Australia, and in the films "Love the Beast" and "Capitalism: A Love Story"

I'd give it a solid 4 out of 5.

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  Posted on January 5, 2013 06:23
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#64


Dogs Eating Dogs EP - Blink-182
Genre: Pop Punk
Total Length: 19:00
Released: December 18, 2012

Track Listing:

When I Was Young - 3:28
Dogs Eating Dogs - 3:30
Disaster - 3:42
Boxing Day - 3:59
Pretty Little Girl - 4:21

My Description

After a comeback album like Neighborhoods, Blink-182 has put out a more mature sound (much like Neighborhoods) EP.

Like I said in my previous statement, Blink became more mature with their sound. Blink now recorded this EP together compared to Neighborhoods in which they recorded their parts separately and emailed each other their parts. The band sounds more together in this EP. Although the song writing sounds simple (Can't say much for pop punk bands), their hooks are really catchy (though some can be annoying at first, see: Dogs Eating Dogs) Tom, has lost his normal whinny voice in albums like Enema and replaced it with a darker tone, which, in my opinion, is definitely and improvement. The guys also focused on darker lyrical themes. You will no longer hear those whinny songs from previous albums.

Even though Blink-182 did play it a little safe with this EP, it was a smart decision. It would be hard to risk it after and album like Neighborhoods. If you're thinking that this album would sound like Enema, then go listen to Enema, this EP doesn't sound much like the old Blink anymore. But I can definitely say that it's worth your 19 minutes.

I'd give it a 3.5 out of 5.
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  Posted on March 22, 2013 08:52
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Name The Money Store [by Death Grips]
Genre(s) Mainly experimental hip hop with some industrial hip hop influences
Tracks 13
Length 41:08

Track listing
Get Got 2:52
The Fever (Aye Aye) 3:07
Lost Boys 3:06
Blackjack 2:22
Hustle Bones 3:03
I've Seen Footage 3:23
Double Helix 2:37
System Blower 3:44
The Cage 3:31
Punk Weight 3:25
Fuck That 2:25
Bitch Please 2:57
Hacker 4:36

My view
The mainly reason why I like this album is because it's so different from the hip hop you're used to. It's violent. Agressive. They basicly take the beats and vocal and everything to an extreme. It sort of waters the seed of vengeance within one, up to the point where it becomes a desire for destruction that's overwhelming. The vocal (MC Ride) basicly insanely shouts from the top of his lungs throughout numerous songs wich makes it hard to understand the lyrics, but I find them quite deep and intriguing really. Overall, I rate this album somewhere between 4 and 4.5 out of 5. Definitelly give it a try.
  Posted on March 11, 2014 16:42
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Phenomenon by Thousand Foot Krutch



Year : 2003
Genre : Nu Metal
Tracks : 12
Length : 37:35
Description : Phenomenon is the second studio album by Christian rock band Thousand Foot Krutch, and their first project on Tooth & Nail Records. It displays a different style than the band's previous album, with less rapping and instead, a fusion of modern rock and nu metal.
Recommended Tracks : Phenomenon, Rawkfist, Last Words.
  Posted on March 14, 2014 22:10
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Album: Ground Dweller
Artist: Hands Like Houses
Genre: Alternative Rock
Year: 2012
Track listing:
1. Antarctica 4:09
2. Don't Look Now, I'm Being Followed. Act Normal 3:14
3. This Ain't No Place for Animals 4:07
4. Spineless Crow 3:44
5. Starving to Death in the Belly of a Whale 3:34
6. A Clown and His Pipe 3:27
7. The Definition of Not-Leaving 2:28
8. Lion Skin" (featuring Tyler Carter of Issues and Jonny Craig) 4:19
9. One Hundred 3:29
10. Watchmaker (featuring Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire) 4:02
11. The Sower 4:05
Total length: 40:38

Description:

Ground Dweller is the debut full-length album by Australian post-hardcore band Hands Like Houses. It was released on 13 March 2012 through Rise Records and was produced by Cameron Mizell.

Heard one of the songs from the album and liked it. Listened to the rest of the album and loved it. Felt the songs sounded kind of generic, but I couldn't stop listening all the same. All the songs have a similar feel to them (kind of a thing with Rise Records I think) which is actually something I really enjoyed. Usually artists experiment with different sounds so I end up liking some songs on an album and not liking the rest. Rather then leading me to become bored after one song as I would've thought, I ended up listening to the entire album in one go, enjoying each and every song.
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  Posted on July 22, 2014 10:59
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Genre: Death Core
Band: Chelsea Grin
Year: 2014
Album: Ashes To Ashes
Length: 60:11
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  Posted on December 4, 2014 00:13
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  Posted on December 4, 2014 01:46
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tri-force wrote:

Album: Ground Dweller
Artist: Hands Like Houses
Genre: Alternative Rock
Year: 2012
Track listing:
1. Antarctica 4:09
2. Don't Look Now, I'm Being Followed. Act Normal 3:14
3. This Ain't No Place for Animals 4:07
4. Spineless Crow 3:44
5. Starving to Death in the Belly of a Whale 3:34
6. A Clown and His Pipe 3:27
7. The Definition of Not-Leaving 2:28
8. Lion Skin" (featuring Tyler Carter of Issues and Jonny Craig) 4:19
9. One Hundred 3:29
10. Watchmaker (featuring Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire) 4:02
11. The Sower 4:05
Total length: 40:38

Description:

Ground Dweller is the debut full-length album by Australian post-hardcore band Hands Like Houses. It was released on 13 March 2012 through Rise Records and was produced by Cameron Mizell.

Heard one of the songs from the album and liked it. Listened to the rest of the album and loved it. Felt the songs sounded kind of generic, but I couldn't stop listening all the same. All the songs have a similar feel to them (kind of a thing with Rise Records I think) which is actually something I really enjoyed. Usually artists experiment with different sounds so I end up liking some songs on an album and not liking the rest. Rather then leading me to become bored after one song as I would've thought, I ended up listening to the entire album in one go, enjoying each and every song.
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