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Author Topic: Anyone get any new CDs recently?
psychoblast
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posted September 18, 2002 14:25     Profile for psychoblast   Email psychoblast     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Destroyer 666 - Phoenix rising was my last purchase on CD... not very original but what they do, they do really good imo.
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Juan87
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posted September 19, 2002 01:11     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Mercyful Fate: Melissa, Don't Break the Oats, 9
King Diamond: Fatal Portrait, Voodoo, House of God, Abigail II
Down: Down
Pantera: Vulgar Display, The GREAT Southern Trendkill, Live 101 Proof
Sepultura: Schizophrenia, Against
Slayer: Show No Mercy, Hell Awaits
Suicidal Tendencies (does anyone remember them?): Prime Cuts
Ministry: The Dark Side of the Spoon
Grip, Inc.: Nemesis
Iron Maiden: IM, Killers, 666, Piece of Mind, Brave New World
Testament: Best of
Exodus: Another Lesson in Violence
Corrosion of Conformity: America's Volume Dealers
Black Sabbath: BS, Paranoid, Master of Reality, Vol. 4, Sabotage
Ozzy: Diary of a Madman
Jefferson Airplane: Worst Of
Obituary: Back from the Dead
Voivod: LIVES
:::
Most of these I already owned on cassette but wanted the remastered versions. Got them all for $140. Let's see, 140/35=4. Four dollars each and delivered to my door! Now should I pay the bill? Just kidding I don't want collection agencies up my ass.

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schroeder
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posted September 19, 2002 06:04     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
You must be in COLUMBIA HOUSE CLUB!!!
I am also but with 3500+ cds already I sometimes have a hard time finding anything I need. I have 2 free discs coming to me but still haven't been able to pick one!!!

Of course I remember Suicidal Tendencies and I still listen to them A LOT (because I am METAL). Mike Muir is sometimes hit or miss in the lyrics but he always GROOVES.

Great haul of great metal metal, pay the bill and buy more!!!


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Nuclear Vampire
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posted September 19, 2002 15:48     Profile for Nuclear Vampire   Email Nuclear Vampire     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
LOL! What a strange coincidence that you guys are talking about Suicidal! I almost bought Lights...Camera...Revolution at a used CD shop today, but instead I picked up Bruce Dickinson's Balls To Picasso as I've been very curious to hear some of his solo stuff. I hope I made the right decision. I'll spin it after my daughter wakes up from her nap.
I already have L...C...R on tape, but it's rather worn out. Maybe I'll go get it tomorrow (payday!)

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X-D
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posted September 19, 2002 18:05     Profile for X-D   Email X-D     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by nuclear infusion:
Mercyful Fate: Melissa, Don't Break the Oats, 9

LOL! Don't break the Oats!?! Nice finds there nuclear infusion!

Schroeder, how the hell does someone like you ever manage to find anything in those music clubs? I've considered it before but every time I get those catalogs I either already have or I don't want it and I know I don't have nearly as many cds as you!

I usually scour the local record stores (and believe me, there are a lot in Seattle). Actually, it's sort of a hobby too... the looking part that is. I sometimes enjoy digging through stacks of records and cds rather that ordering something online (even though the ladder is easier).

Recent local finds:
-Anacrusis: Manic Impressions (I like this! Going back to nab Screams & Whispers tonight!)
-Electric Wizard: Let Us Prey (already had a copy but decided to buy the original)
-Slayer: Decade Of Aggression (this seems to be gettin' hard to find)
-Acid King/Altamont: Split cd
-Today Is The Day: In The Eyes Of God (loving the Mastodon stuff! Had to check out the origins! Good, but I like Mastodon better)
-Flying Saucer Attack: Further
-Khanate: s/t (again, had a copy, bought the orig.)
-Pentagram: Sub-Basement

BTW - Looking at the liner notes of my recently purchased Orange Goblin cd, "The Big Black", I noticed a certain Vodhead's name cited for additional vocals! Any guesses... ahem... scuse me.


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hawkmoon
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posted September 19, 2002 21:04     Profile for hawkmoon   Email hawkmoon     Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
"Phobos"-voivod
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h
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posted September 20, 2002 05:16     Profile for h   Email h     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
You find the defendant guilty as charged, X-D! Those guys are good friends of mine from waaaaaaaay back. They suck at football though! And they can't handle thier booze!!
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Emlyn K Helicopter
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posted September 20, 2002 08:49     Profile for Emlyn K Helicopter   Email Emlyn K Helicopter     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Aye, and I saw h himself onstage with the 'Goblin swinging his hair about like the billy. Fucking great gig that was, although I thought Monster Magnet (the main attraction) were so humourlessly Spinal Tap it wasn't even worth laughing about. Maybe I missed the point.

And h,
"And they can't handle thier booze!! "
..is not what I've been led to believe. However, I shall take your word for it as, from your posts, it seems as though you actually live in a pub!


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Emlyn K Helicopter
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posted September 20, 2002 08:59     Profile for Emlyn K Helicopter   Email Emlyn K Helicopter     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I got 'The Dark' by Metal Church on vinyl for about a quid a couple of weeks ago.

It's fucking great! Love that guys voice!

Also, Testament - Souls Of Black. Again - great album. I'm in fucking Bay-Area heaven right now. All I need is some Heathen.


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Marginal
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posted September 20, 2002 09:42     Profile for Marginal   Email Marginal     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by hawkmoon:
"Phobos"-voivod

That's what i've ordered yesterday ( with the nothingface CD yey ! i found it ! ) , let's hope it won't be like Negatron ...

Btw , thanks guys QOTSA is a damn groovy band , never heard of before . i'll check for the album this weekend .

Is there some peeps who listens to Liquid Tension Experiment here ? That's so hot ! ( LTE = Dream Theater members )


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h
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posted September 20, 2002 11:00     Profile for h   Email h     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
The Dark is an excellent album, Emlyn! Ton of Bricks is such a rocking tune. Top fucking metal! Saw them supporting Anthrax on The Dark tour... cool days.
By the way - the goblin can hold thier booze - well most of them!!! I was only kidding!

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psychoblast
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posted September 20, 2002 12:04     Profile for psychoblast   Email psychoblast     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Well, I'm almost sure I forgot to post some but my latest effort is Carpathian forest - Strange old brew.
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Slaytanic
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posted September 20, 2002 12:12     Profile for Slaytanic   Email Slaytanic     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
I'm expecting to put my hands on the new Limbonic Art CD (The Ultimate Death Worship) I ordered in the next few days.
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Black Guard
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posted September 21, 2002 13:57     Profile for Black Guard   Email Black Guard     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
SKEPTICISM - "Lead And Aether"
SKEPTICISM - "Aes"
MIRROR OF DECEPTION - "Past & Future"
ULI JON ROTH - "Transcedental Sky Guitar"
KANSALAISTOTTELEMATTOMUUS - "Fuck Their Fucking System"

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schroeder
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posted September 21, 2002 22:38     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Hex..., Great load of cd you just got. Glad you scored the Nuc Assault!!! KONG is great!!!


Metal Chuch still kick ass and the last album MASTERPEACE was a masterpiece and anyone into Metal Church should get it.

X-D, Columbia House has a damn good selection online and I can usually find something...sometimes.


Bruce Dickinson' Balls To Picasso is a cool cd and I enjoy it a lot but would have to say that Accident Of Birth and Skunkworks are my first 2 choices folled by Balls To Picasso. You should go back and get ST: Lights Camera...definitley one of their best grooves!!! GO PSYCHO GO PSYCHO GO PSYCHO...


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Marginal
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posted September 22, 2002 11:18     Profile for Marginal   Email Marginal     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by hexonxonx:

Yes! Actually DT play "Paradigm Shift" on almost every show, and that makes some folk go nuts. But "=" is not correct in your equation, you missed some VERY important member - Tony Levin, of King Crimson fame and not only. I usually watch Deja Vrooom with angle set on him - his bass playing is just incredible.


Yes ! one of the best bass player i've seen . One thing i wonder is how much Kevin Parent ( singer here in quebec ) payed Tony Levine to play on his last album . And by the way , i would like to know how much Tony was bored to play for Kevin ( bass is the only thing that sounds professional in this album ... )

But yeah DT/LTE just owns , IMO , it's the best live performing band today .

Thhis weekend i bought QOTSA: SFTD , very good album , i'm still dicovering it . And my second deal was the Cynic CD ( Paul Masdival & Sean Reinart who played for Chuck Shuldiner/Death ) . This is so hot ! You should listen to this if you haven't .


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AngelRat
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posted September 22, 2002 11:40     Profile for AngelRat   Email AngelRat     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
YEAH!

This time it's:

-Fields (old prog band, released only one album in the early 70s, only played it once, sounds ok)
-Motorpsycho - Serpentine EP (some nice new songs, but the new full-length will be better)

and:

-ARCTURUS - THE SHAM MIRRORS
This is the greatest record I've heard since a long time. I could go on about this for a long time, but it's better to check it out yourselves! Truly original Symphonic Prog/Black/Avant-Garde-Metal!


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Nuclear Vampire
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posted September 22, 2002 21:41     Profile for Nuclear Vampire   Email Nuclear Vampire     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
quote:
Originally posted by AngelRat:

-ARCTURUS - THE SHAM MIRRORS
This is the greatest record I've heard since a long time. I could go on about this for a long time, but it's better to check it out yourselves! Truly original Symphonic Prog/Black/Avant-Garde-Metal!


Fuck yeah! I absolutely love that CD! I found 2 of their older ones yesterday, but had to put them on hold untl NEXT payday. I can't recall the names, but it's the same CD, just different versions/ mixes/ interpretations of the songs. One is heavy and the other more ambient. Both are supposed to be awesome.

The reason I have to wait until next payday? My Razor re-issues came in! I'm going to pick them at HMV on Monday morning. Can't wait. Plus I'm hoping they have the new Nile and In Flames CDs. They've sold out of them EVERYWHERE!

I also got Amorphis - Tuonela used yesterday. Awesome CD. Great band.

I gave Balls To Picasso a listen. I think it needs a few more spins. Not what I expected at all. It's okay, but it didn't "grab my ears" so to speak. Actually, I think I'll put it on now.


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Juan87
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posted September 23, 2002 00:53     Profile for Juan87   Email Juan87     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Schroeder (and anyone else who cares!): I actually belong to Columbia House and BMG. I only joined after visiting the websites, and all you do is type in the name of a group and they show you what they have. Way fuckin' easier than looking at a catalog. BMG has a greater deal because you get 12 CDs for price of 1 (roughly $22), but S&H is about $3 for every free CD. Both sites have different "metal" selections, for example you can find Neurosis and Overkill on one site but not the other.
I actually belong to BMG twice right now, getting 5 free CDs to sign myself up again! (under a different name of course)

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schroeder
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posted September 23, 2002 08:56     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Columbia House has a bigger catalog to choose from, everytime BGM sends me something I can't find 1 cd I need, maybe I'll look at their online list though. If you can join these clubs it worth it, because they have incredible deals and you can really stock up on things you would buy at full price. Usually anytime I buy cd from them my averge price per disc is only about $7.00, and the box set prices are unbeatable!!!
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h
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posted September 23, 2002 10:14     Profile for h   Email h     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Okay.. I might be wrong here, so excuse me if I've got my fact's muddled up, but I remember something going on a while ago that involved these mailorder label things and Pearl Jam (I think), who refused to have thier records sold through these channels as the record companies have it set up so that no royalty goes to the band, as these catalogues are considered a different 'territory' from those that the bands are signed to... or something. Can't remember how it works, or even if I've got the right end of the stick, but have any of you heard anything about this?
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schroeder
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posted September 23, 2002 14:01     Profile for schroeder   Email schroeder     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
You're kinda right H but it's just that the royalties aren't as much as if they were sold thru regular stores or other online sites. However, I guess most bands see it as better something, than nothing. If you can get a new fan thru C.H. or BMG it's better than not getting a new fan at all. You can find most (if not all) of Pearl Jams cds on C.H. even the complete 2000 concert cds, and with the specials they have the prices are incredible. It seems Columbia House must give a better deal than the other clubs because they have a very good collection of music to choose from. Lots of Death Metal acts can be found on C.H.
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posted September 23, 2002 14:30     Profile for Cockroach   Email Cockroach     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
hexonxonx, are you from Hungary?
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Black Guard
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posted September 23, 2002 16:57     Profile for Black Guard   Email Black Guard     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Today I received from Thailand:

DOOMED DAY - Project 1
HERETIC ANGELS - Delicious Sinistery

The first one is in the local language, I don't understand a shit of the lyrics!


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posted September 23, 2002 16:58     Profile for Cockroach   Email Cockroach     Send New Private Message   Edit/Delete Post   Reply With Quote
Ahha. yeah, that's why i was asking this from you. I like them also, unfortunately they broke up. Their concerts were quite crazy. When Voivod was here in Budapest with Neurosis, Vágtázó Halottkémek played before them.
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