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Author Topic: Anyone get any new CDs recently?
LivingEvil
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posted November 03, 2003 16:50       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Warhammer-Deathchrist
Warhammer-The doom messiah
Michael Schenker-Thank you 4
Motorhead-Stone Deaf Forever

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The Devil's Advocate
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posted November 04, 2003 06:59     Profile for The Devil's Advocate   Email The Devil's Advocate     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Luciferion "The Apostate"...

check them out if you like excellent death metal! the sound is excellent and the CD totally shreds, fucking intense...
BUT
man those guys take like 8 years to record an album and it only has 5 tracks, only about 20 minutes...
OK they added a cover of Circle of the Tyrants (very personnal interpretation) and they filled the CD with the remastered 1994 demo to make it a decent duration but still...


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neutrino
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posted November 06, 2003 14:34     Profile for neutrino   Email neutrino     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
great load of vinyl, AngelRat !
Jaga Jazzist Horns ? sounds interesting, how is it?
Funkadelic, Black Sabbath 180 gram purple vinyl...


PainKiller - Talisman (live in Nagoya 94)


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AngelRat
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posted November 06, 2003 15:58     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by neutrino:
great load of vinyl, AngelRat !
Jaga Jazzist Horns ? sounds interesting, how is it?
Funkadelic, Black Sabbath 180 gram purple vinyl...


PainKiller - Talisman (live in Nagoya 94)


Tnx, Neutrino! That Motorpsycho + Jaga Jazzist Horns lp is great. Especially the B-side. Lots of spaced-out jams on this one. Reminds me a bit of King Crimson live recordings from '73/'74 with groovy Stax Soul and Coltrane Jazz bits thrown in. Definitely worth a listen. The horns blend perfectly well with MP's PsychRock style.

How's Painkiller?


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neutrino
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posted November 06, 2003 23:58     Profile for neutrino   Email neutrino     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
i'll check it out..

Painkiller: dark, creepy industrial ambient dub...
first track is called Batrachophrenoboocosmomachia and is 32 min. long: sometimes an endless boring jam, sometimes pure magic!

np: Nebula - Atomic Ritual (love this album)


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Nuclear Vampire
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posted November 07, 2003 14:55     Profile for Nuclear Vampire   Email Nuclear Vampire     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Ooohhhh...I scored me a couple of beauties used today:

Slayer - Reign In Blood (Expanded Edition) It has the re-recorded Aggressive Perfector and the Remix of Criminally Insane as bonus tracks. Very nice.

Napalm Death - Fear, Emptiness, Despair


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posted November 09, 2003 07:18     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Edge Of Sanity - Crimson II
The Crown - Possessed 13 (special edition with bonus-cd containing both demo's and some more)
Queensryche - s/t (remaster, including all songs from the 'live in tokyo' vid)
Desert Sessions 9&10 (double 10" vinyl)

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guidon
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posted November 09, 2003 16:01     Profile for guidon   Email guidon     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
AR, how's that Edge of Sanity-album? Just as good as Crimson 1?


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posted November 09, 2003 16:42     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
It is.

Some of the main riffs from Crimson I are recycled for this one which makes Crimson II sound familiar at first hearing. This one, however has more variety and depth.

Here, as you may know, Swano plays all the instruments himself, resulting in a much more symphonic record overall. In an old interview he declared himself the biggest Marillion-fan in the world and it shows.

Still, there are enough fast parts and sick grunts to keep the old fans happy. After all, it's still Death Metal.

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posted November 10, 2003 00:19     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Napalm Death: From Enslavement to Obliteration
Exodus: Bonded By Blood
Morbid Angel: Heretic (a return to old-old form, EXCELLENT)
King Diamond: The Puppet Master (EXCELLENT)
Ozzy: Blizzard of Ozz / Bark at the Moon / No Rest for the Wicked / No More Tears (2002 re-issues with bonus tracks. Only thing I don't like is they added stuff to songs on Bark and Blizzard)
Slayer: Live Undead (remastered)
Dio: The Last in Line
Motorhead: The Best Of (my first REAL exposure--can hear the early 'Vod sound)
Mr. Bungle: California
Machine Head: Burn My Eyes

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guidon
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posted November 10, 2003 10:02     Profile for guidon   Email guidon     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Still wonder why Edge of Sanity continued with the old name when Swano left. Swano was/is Edge of Sanity...
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posted November 10, 2003 10:13     Profile for The Devil's Advocate   Email The Devil's Advocate     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by guidon:
Still wonder why Edge of Sanity continued with the old name when Swano left. Swano was/is Edge of Sanity...

yeah... they only made 1 album after he left... most of the magick had gone.
Dan said that he resurrected the name just for this very project... a shame!
I'm still blasting "The Unorthodox" every now and then...
and I still need to order Crimson 2, it's the 2nd online store that tell me they no longer have it... shit!

PS.
that King Diamond CD won't get outta my CD player, it's incredible how I am addicted to this one...


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Delightful Little Capuchin Monkey
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posted November 10, 2003 12:35     Profile for Delightful Little Capuchin Monkey   Email Delightful Little Capuchin Monkey     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Beatles: Let it be...naked
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Nuclear Vampire
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posted November 10, 2003 16:25     Profile for Nuclear Vampire   Email Nuclear Vampire     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by nuclear delusion:

Ozzy: Blizzard of Ozz / Bark at the Moon / No Rest for the Wicked / No More Tears (2002 re-issues with bonus tracks. Only thing I don't like is they added stuff to songs on Bark and Blizzard)

The bass and dums were also completely re recorded with Trujillo and Bordin. I'm still looking for the originals to surface in one of the used shops I frequent.


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posted November 11, 2003 23:24     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Nuclear Vampire:
The bass and dums were also completely re recorded with Trujillo and Bordin. I'm still looking for the originals to surface in one of the used shops I frequent.

That's what I thought, fellow nuclear one! I remember hearing that last year and thought it was a joke--it's total bullshit and misleading to do that, at least mention it in very fine print SOMEWHERE on the fucking insert. Now I need to buy the remasters that have the small pictures on the cover, because I want the ORIGINAL recordings. Well enough of my bitching...received in the mail today:

Brutal Truth: goodbye cruel world! live from planet earth + 13
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If I am not mistaken, this is my 666 post I also had the (mis)fortune of nailing the 666 post on this very thread. Mind you this was NOT intentional. AND Slayer is in town approximately 6 . 66 miles away playing RIGHT NOW and I'm not there. I don't think I'll be able to sleep right tonight...

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The Devil's Advocate
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posted November 12, 2003 04:10     Profile for The Devil's Advocate   Email The Devil's Advocate     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Edge of Sanity - Crimson 2
yeah finalë...
overall an excellent record with lots of reminiscences from Crimson yet some more *elaborated* parts...
have to give it a few other spins...

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posted November 17, 2003 08:02     Profile for Slaytanic   Email Slaytanic     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
DÉTENTE - Recognize No Authority.

Excelent!!! Thanks Skul for the tip!

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posted November 17, 2003 18:34     Profile for neutrino   Email neutrino     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Korum - No Dominion
technical death/grind from Paris, check out their site for mp3s and videos
Sekhmet records (Coprofago, Martyr, Gory Blister)

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Väinämöinen
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posted November 20, 2003 09:16     Profile for Väinämöinen   Email Väinämöinen     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Cathedral - The 7th Coming

Endtyme was great, this is as good no matter what others may say. "Crusifixion of Satan's children..." Hahaha! Lee certainly knows how to write metal lyrics

BTW, has anyone listened to the new Destruction album? Opinions?

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posted November 20, 2003 13:23     Profile for Maldororz   Email Maldororz     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Black Sabbath - Reunion

...and for a ridiculous price at the pawnshop! It's cool, but it's no masterpiece, but hearing the original line-up is something fun. Ozzy is in voice (however annoying - "I can't fucking hear you! Lou-da! Lou-da!" I mean, come on, shut up already), Geezer has a cool metallic bass sound, Tony is top-class as usual, and Bill, well, I like him a lot but he lost it a little, but comes up with cool (but somehow simplistic) variations.

And they play "Spiral Architect" and "Into the Void", which is fine by me!


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posted November 20, 2003 14:17     Profile for Tangento   Email Tangento     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Got the Rush In Rio DVD (too lazy to find that thread) and it is fucking amazing footage! The Rio crowd itself is the star of the show. I have never seen such universally potent energy during a concert. They actually sing YYZ! Great stuff, with tons of extras I haven't even dug into yet.

Also, I got the remastered version of Jethro Tull's 'A Passion Play', which is a superb piece of work, remastered or not. Highly recommended to any Prog Rock fans out there. Can't wait to listen to it.

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posted November 25, 2003 20:03     Profile for Cthon   Email Cthon     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
novembers finds:

Mastodon - Remission (reissue w/ bonus DVD)
Jucifer - I Name You Destroyer
The Obsessed - The Church Within
Prong - Beg To Differ
Iron Maiden - Number of the Beast (enhanced cd)
High on Fire - Surrounded by Thieves
Against Me! - As The Eternal Cowboy
Season To Risk - s/t
Prong - Prove You Wrong
Isis - Oceanic
New Model Army - Thunder and Consolation
Raging Slab - (pronounced eat shit)
The Obsessed - Incarnate
Jane's Addiction - Nothings Shocking
Jason and the Scorchers - Both Sides of the Line [Fervor/ Lost and Found]
In/Humanity - Violent Resignation: The Great American Teenage Suicide Rebellion
The Knitters - Poor Little Critter on the Road

and Metallica - St. Anger (ripped off a friends cd, not bought, HA)

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posted November 25, 2003 20:35     Profile for Gorf   Email Gorf     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Catherine Wheel-Ferment
-Like Cats And Dogs

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posted November 25, 2003 21:01     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
PORCUPINE TREE - The Sky Moves Sideways - remastered double cd with bonus tracks INCREDIBLE (of course)

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posted November 27, 2003 19:34     Profile for neutrino   Email neutrino     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
found some cool cd's for cheap (4 to 9 euros)

Fishbone - Chim Chim's bad ass revenge
Clutch - the elephant riders
Deceased - Behind the Mourner's Veil EP

the Ravenous - Assembled in Blasphemy (finally I found it!)
Exit 13 - Just a few more Hits EP
Exit 13 - Smoking Songs ("covers of 1920's and 30's jazz and blues tunes dealing with marijuana played in a traditional manner by freshly baked grindcore musicians" - absolutely great! Dan Lilker and Rich Hoak playing jazz... )
Pentagram - Turn to Stone (excellent doom)
Death Slam - Jesus Cristo: Com. & Repres. Ltda. (grind/crust from Brazil, 53 tracks, haha I had to buy this)


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