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    Posted: February 17 2017 at 03:10
Seeing as the most recent Febus thread had reached the max capacity (going over 500 pages and the software starts to go a little Forrest Gump), I thought I'd start a new one off with the proper album that goes with such a thingBig smile
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Edited by Guldbamsen - February 17 2017 at 03:10
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^ Oh yeah baby!

Finishing this one for the first time



And next


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T: Epistrophobia (Germany-2016).
Thomas Thielen. (18/20)
http://www.progarchives.com/album.asp?id=53152
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkPSf7psOy0



Great White: Once Bitten (USA-1987) (18/20).
http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/album-groupe-Great_White-nom_album-Once_Bitt…
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg06B46VVys



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Hey-ho ranger JoeClap
That Black Mountain album is one of my absolute faves from last year (haven't heard that Softs album though). 

Me now:
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Sometimes I just feel like some Hawaiian music:


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These days I only listen to J-Pop. Like so many have,I discovered it through Babymetal,and now it's taken over my musical universe completely. Especially Nogizaka46,Keyakizaka46 and Sakura Gakuin. Insanely catchy songs,cuteness beyond belief,and a "Japanese-ness" that's totally irresistable. Considering that my favourite album of all time is Rubycon by Tangerine Dream,J-Pop does not seem the most obvious choice for a new musical passion for me,but it's nice that life still has surprises in storeSmile
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:

Hey-ho ranger JoeClap
That Black Mountain album is one of my absolute faves from last year (haven't heard that Softs album though). 
I'm planning on to catch them in Seattle next month when I'm there, and I actually remembered you mentioning this was a great album so...
good stuff anyway, I'm looking forward to that concert.
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That sounds awesome! I hope you'll have better luck than I had the last time I went to see them here (Bad sound and yours truly on acid for the first time in years - ultimately deciding that i'd much rather take a walk down by the nearby lake ) I did catch em at the Roskilde Festival while they were promoting In The Future and that was a brilliant show. Both gigs though were decisively heavier sounding than their studio albums.
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Thanks! I'll keep that in mind...no acid on Black Mountain concert...Thumbs Up
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Take it from someone who's been there done that (thought he was a sailor for 2 hours)

Me: Finishing Grails' new album Chalice Hymnal. Love the new soothing electronic vibe.

Now onto Island's Pictures.
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