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Author Topic: Anyone get any new CDs recently?
Maldororz
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posted March 16, 2004 08:23     Profile for Maldororz   Email Maldororz     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by schroeder:
DVD I really didn't agree how they said they NEVER deviated from their style or went commercial (Big Generator = SHIT)

For me, only 3 words can sum up that era in the career of Yes:

Trevor. Rabin. Sucks.


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schroeder
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posted March 16, 2004 20:43     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
RABIN did breathe new life into YES with 90125 and found a new audience for them just before they were on the verge of extinction, because they really didn't seem to know what to do next at that time. Anderson was writting some wimpy shit during that era so ya gotta give Rabin a bit of credit for that.

Otherwise I agree. He tried to control a band that wasn't his to control. I MISS TREVOR HORN's INPUT. DRAMA rocked like a mutha IMHO!!!

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Juan87
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posted March 16, 2004 22:41     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
CLASSIFICATION: Huge Find.

ITEM: Compact disc

DESCRIPTION: VOIVOD--NOTHINGFACE

FURTHER DESCRIPTION: 1989 longbox MCA original release (SEALED)

HOW OBTAINED: e-Bay Auction

SELLER: warcorpse

PRICE: $19.00 (Where were you guys!? Oh well I woulda won anyways.)

COMMENTS: Ecstatic. Far-out. Should I open it? Should I get it signed? Should I encase it? Dare I even listen to it? The unknown knows.

FURTHER COMMENTS FROM BUYER: Thanks for putting this item up for sale, 'corpser. Fucking Hella-tight sweetness.


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Juan87
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posted March 16, 2004 22:52     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MadMeg:
Picking up the shopping again:

Fantomas - Delirium Corda
I got lucky here because somebody neglected to remove an out-of-date sale sticker, so I got a sale price that should have no longer applied. Woohoo! As usual, I've never...oh, you know....


I need that one. I remember suggesting Fantomas on .com a while back on a topic you created. I just got into them last year--the "music" tends to embed itself in my brain. I think it is subliminal (in a good way, of course.)

I HAVE to see them live in a couple of weeks with Melt Banana. Don't know anything about Banana, but I can't pass up experiencing Lombardo's percussion. I plan on talking to him, what better time than at a club? Ask him what is up with the forth-coming Slayer release.


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schroeder
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posted March 16, 2004 22:58     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
BIG MUSIC DAY TODAY!!!

I drove all over in search of DVD AUDIO discs for the new dvd player I ordered and finally found some at store at a reasonable price.

YES - FRAGILE dvd-a
DEEP PURPLE - MACHINE HEAD dvd-a
QUEEN - A NIGHT AT THE OPERA dvd-a (the Prophet Song should be incredible in 5.1)

G3 - LIVE IN DENVER dvd (satch, vai, malmsteen)

Neil Finn - Rest Of The Day Off cd 3 track + shockwave
Neil Finn - One Nil interview cd promo
Finn Brothers - Finn Brothers
Opeth - My Arms Your Hearse
Grip Inc - Incorporated
Pearl Jam - Love Boat Captain (3 track single)


"Live Shows" from:
John Wesley
Alanis Morissette (3)
Fates Warning (2)
Sigur Ros (3)
Foo Fighters (2)

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anthony
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posted March 17, 2004 01:55     Profile for anthony   Email anthony     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Disincarnate - Dreams of the Carrion Kind (reissue) What a great album. If anything from the 90's needed to be reissued it was this one. Reminds me why I prefer the classic death metal over the new xtreeeeme and brewtal stuff that is popular these days.
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Maldororz
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posted March 17, 2004 08:26     Profile for Maldororz   Email Maldororz     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by schroeder:
RABIN did breathe new life into YES with 90125 and found a new audience for them just before they were on the verge of extinction, because they really didn't seem to know what to do next at that time. Anderson was writting some wimpy shit during that era so ya gotta give Rabin a bit of credit for that.

Otherwise I agree. He tried to control a band that wasn't his to control. I MISS TREVOR HORN's INPUT. DRAMA rocked like a mutha IMHO!!!


Yeah, yeah, yeah, Rabin breathing new life to Yes, blablabla, he still sucks. I agree with you nevertheless.

And Drama, well I haven't heard it in a long while (my Yes CDs are at my parent's place, I should get them back!) but it does ROCK. Unfortunately, Trevor Horn couldn't quite sing the Jon Anderson material in a live context. That's the Blaze Bailey syndrom. Oh well.

And congrats nuc delusion for the Nothingface!

Now I feel a urge to go buy CDs!!! aRRRGh!


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pendar
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posted March 17, 2004 16:17     Profile for pendar   Email pendar     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
just picked up
BUDGIE - squawk
CHRIS POLAND - return to metalopolis (great guitarist , highly underrated in my opinion)
YES - keys to ascension (siberian khatru is sublime!)
JOHN ZORN - naked city
THE LONELY BEARS - the bears are running
& injustice (Terry Bozzio is phenomenal)
APOCRYPHA - area 54 (Tony Fredianelli another great guitarist!)

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neutrino
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posted March 17, 2004 18:36     Profile for neutrino   Email neutrino     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Mastodon - Remission + bonus DVD

Watchtower - Control and Resistance

Sam Gopal - Escalator (Nov. 1968, featuring Lemmy on vocals and guitar)
"I thought that album was half-good. I wrote every song on that in one night on methedrin.
Those were the days, eh?"
- Lemmy


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schroeder
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posted March 17, 2004 21:57     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
"Trevor Horn couldn't quite sing the Jon Anderson material in a live context."

He didn't have that angel/fairy voice that Anderson has but what he did on DRAMA and some live stuff I heard during that time that was never officially released was GREAT.

Too bad Anderson couldn't make it as a successful solo artist during the 80's because I would have rather heard a few more YES releases with the DRAMA line up. They were doing stuff way more progressive and original than what later became 90125. The demos with Anderson around the time od DRAMA were BORING!!! Just listen to the remastered and extended DRAMA cd that was just released and compare what Horn did to what Anderson attempted.

anyway,
I received a pile of bootleg PAW shows & demos & outtakes in the mail today!!!!

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Thanos
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posted March 17, 2004 22:12     Profile for Thanos   Email Thanos     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Prong-Scorpio Rising. I'm quite happy with it.
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AngelRat
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posted March 18, 2004 14:40     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Cannibal Corpse - The Wretched Spawn
I never was a fan of this band in the past, but I like this one. Good songs, killer production, tasteful artwork and a sweet bonus dvd.
Messiah - Hymn To Abramelin
Old school classic. Got the reissue with some bonus trax. THRASH!
My Dying Bride - Songs Of Darkness, Words Of Light
I needed something to cheer me up. Some happiness. Some cool tunes for dancing and dining pleasure.....hmmmm...did the drummer just fell asleep? No, wait, there he was.
Lovely doom album, by the way.
Miranda Sex Garden - Suspiria
Some sick stuff here! Horror-soundtrack-inspired goth/rock/weirdness with some classically trained female singers. Strange and beautiful.

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Trollz
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posted March 19, 2004 03:42     Profile for Trollz   Email Trollz     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I found some old "goodies" on CD in my favorite second hand shop.

*Rockin' Every Night (live)*
*After The War*
and *Ballads and Blues* with - GARY MOORE

*Powerage* and *If You Want Blood (live)' - AC/DC

I Like it! Rock On!


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Megz
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posted March 19, 2004 19:03     Profile for Megz   Email Megz     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Yet another mixed bag:

Front Line Assembly - Tactical Neural Implant
Front Line Assembly - Live Wired
Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
Judas Priest - British Steel
E-Force - Evil Forces
Mastodon - Remission (w/ DVD)(Yes, finally I have an official copy. Looking forward to seeing the DVD too.)
Mr. Bungle - s/t
Frank Zappa - Hot Rats
Spiral Architect - A Sceptic's Universe (This is another one I had on mp3 but wanted an official copy. Great stuff.)

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ummm.....I got nothin' today :-(


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Slaytanic
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posted March 19, 2004 21:50     Profile for Slaytanic   Email Slaytanic     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MadMeg:
Front Line Assembly - Tactical Neural Implant

Is this the one with "Mindphaser" on it?

On another note, I see you got British Steel, eh? Good, good...

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"Forty-five moments of perfection translated through a cautionary escape into the perils of the mundane, the inherent entropy in ultimate order, and the potential threats of eternal, unchecked apathy in civilization; all cloaked in musical expression so thoughtful, creative and forward thinking that almost a quarter-century later, few can even comprehend it, much less match it." (autothrall)


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Megz
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posted March 19, 2004 22:22     Profile for Megz   Email Megz     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Why yes, as a matter of fact Tactical Neural Implant IS the one with Mindphaser on it.

And yes, somebody had recommended British Steel highly a time or two (or three or four ) so I finally broke down and got it.

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ummm.....I got nothin' today :-(


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Slaytanic
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posted March 21, 2004 13:56     Profile for Slaytanic   Email Slaytanic     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by MadMeg:
And yes, somebody had recommended British Steel highly a time or two (or three or four ) so I finally broke down and got it.

Any early opinions?

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"Forty-five moments of perfection translated through a cautionary escape into the perils of the mundane, the inherent entropy in ultimate order, and the potential threats of eternal, unchecked apathy in civilization; all cloaked in musical expression so thoughtful, creative and forward thinking that almost a quarter-century later, few can even comprehend it, much less match it." (autothrall)


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schroeder
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posted March 22, 2004 19:05     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
EXODUS - Tempo Of The Damned \m/

PAW - Sleeping Bag (4 track cd)
PAW - Hope I Die Tonight ((4 track cd)
PAW - Jessie (3 track cd)
PAW - Sleeping Bag/Hard Pig (rare yellow vinyl 7")
PAW - Lolita/One More Bottle (7" vinyl)

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yawn


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anthony
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posted March 23, 2004 17:52     Profile for anthony   Email anthony     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Exodus - Tempo of the Damned- Good record but nothing to get crazy about. It is exactly what you would expect from these guys. The highlight for me is Tom Hunting playing his ass off.
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schroeder
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posted March 23, 2004 21:38     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
It is what I expected from EXODUS, but it's also been a long time since they had some thing out... soooo I guess I'm crazy about it, just like I will be when the new Death Angel is released. I certainly don't expect anything less than BRILLIANT from DA, since I rank them in the top of skilled musicians of the genre. I know they won't dissapoint... they never have... no matter what name they were using!!!

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posted March 23, 2004 22:19       Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
D.F.A.-Defy False Authority
Darkest Hour-Hidden hands of a sadist nation

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Slaytanic
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posted March 24, 2004 12:58     Profile for Slaytanic   Email Slaytanic     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
THE BEATLES - Let It Be... Naked.

For the ones who still didn't heard about it after all the months, this is the de-Spectorized version of Let It Be. Much better, it must be said.

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"Forty-five moments of perfection translated through a cautionary escape into the perils of the mundane, the inherent entropy in ultimate order, and the potential threats of eternal, unchecked apathy in civilization; all cloaked in musical expression so thoughtful, creative and forward thinking that almost a quarter-century later, few can even comprehend it, much less match it." (autothrall)


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posted March 24, 2004 15:56     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Sla˙tanic:
THE BEATLES - Let It Be... Naked.

For the ones who still didn't heard about it after all the months, this is the de-Spectorized version of Let It Be. Much better, it must be said.


Agreed...

The De-Spectorization gave the songs more space to breathe. The whole disc sounds much fresher this way. Still this ain't my fav Beatle record (this still being 'Revolver' and s/t (aka 'The White Album').

New:
Melvins - Gluey Porch Treatments
Goddamn fucking HEAVY!!!

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posted March 25, 2004 14:35     Profile for Nuclear Vampire   Email Nuclear Vampire     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Picked these two ass-kickers up yesterday:

KATAKLYSM - Serenity In Fire Go buy this. Now. Hyperblast Death Metal. 'Nuff said.

EXODUS - Tempo Of The Damned Fuck yeah! This rules! Exodus are back in top form! Go buy this too. Now.


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MeanMrMustard
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posted March 25, 2004 16:24     Profile for MeanMrMustard   Email MeanMrMustard     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Did you guys happen to see George Harrison's induction to the RnR Hall of Fame? Could you believe how much George's son looked like him? Man, it was almost eerie watching him play those songs. You would have sworn that it was George himself.
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