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    Posted: August 05 2013 at 00:12
11 Can albums, 2 are bootleg
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^ Not sure if even mentioning bootlegs on a thread is a good idea.
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Originally posted by Barbu

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Impressive. That beats my 31 nine inch nails/Trent REZNOR hoard. Lol.

I take it you have the bootleg boxset of early stages? That's a great set. ;)
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I've got every Rush studio album and live video except for Time Machine. Then I have all of Dream Theater's studio work except for When Dream and Day Unite.
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I've got every Rush studio album and live video except for Time Machine. Then I have all of Dream Theater's studio work except for When Dream and Day Unite.



Man. You gotta get WDADU. Your collection of course is not complete without it and it's a pretty good album.
Dominici is not a bad singer. He's. Quite good for the style of music they perform on that album. :)
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^ Oh I know that! He destroys Labrie on the "When Dream and Day Reunite" show. I've heard most of it, maybe I should just go ahead and get it.

Ok, I'll get it!
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^ Oh I know that! He destroys Labrie on the "When Dream and Day Reunite" show. I've heard most of it, maybe I should just go ahead and get it.Ok, I'll get it!


You know who else steals the show is Kevin Moore. He is a big part of that album both musically and lyrically. Great song writer. :)
Only A Matter of Time is a real Gem. The Killing hand is great, but the lyrics don't make sense...Petrucci wrote that one. Lol.

Anyway, hope you enjoy it. I think it's a great debut album, but of course it has no where near the progressive depth than I&W's. ;)
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Impressive. That beats my 31 nine inch nails/Trent REZNOR hoard. Lol.

I take it you have the bootleg boxset of early stages? That's a great set. ;)

Got the vol.2 box and vol.1 the highlights 2 cd. Haven't bought the vol.1 box when it came out and now that it's out of print the prices they're asking for it are just insane.
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Impressive. That beats my 31 nine inch nails/Trent REZNOR hoard. Lol.

I take it you have the bootleg boxset of early stages? That's a great set. ;)

Got the vol.2 box and vol.1 the highlights 2 cd. Haven't bought the vol.1 box when it came out and now that it's out of print the prices they're asking for it are just insane.


Yup. It's over 200$, so I bought The Early Stages: The Highlights 2disc set. Quite frankly, I'm happy with that. ;)
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I was able to track down Nine Inch Nails video archive DVD set (1994-2004)
So that now puts my NIN collection up to 32...when hesitation marks comes out next week you bet your life I'm buying that the day of, so that will make it 33. I'm actually quite proud of this collection and I'm honored to say that the Rezonator is my #1 artist...I really had no idea till 2 weeks ago. I thought it was Dream Theater and Iron Maiden! Boy was I wrong! Lol
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I was surprised to learn that I own some 20 albums made by Wu-tang or Wu-tang membersLOL
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen

I was surprised to learn that I own some 20 albums made by Wu-tang or Wu-tang membersLOL


Is that because they are nothing to f**k with?

That's pretty funny. Also, I kind of imagine that you would own and really like Devin Townsend. Your zany, cool sense of humor reminds me of him in general and in fact; the heavyDevy Wall of sound is really out there just like you!
Hey, I mean this is a very good way.
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I was surprised to learn that I own some 20 albums made by Wu-tang or Wu-tang membersLOL


Is that because they are nothing to f**k with?

That's pretty funny. Also, I kind of imagine that you would own and really like Devin Townsend. Your zany, cool sense of humor reminds me of him in general and in fact; the heavyDevy Wall of sound is really out there just like you!
Hey, I mean this is a very good way.

I have Terria, and it hasn't clicked with me as of yet. Not entirely that is - last time I remember hearing it, I was on my way home from an insane trance party out in the countryside. It was pretty cool, but then again I wasn't exactly sober. 
Damn....that must've been 2 years agoShocked
Think amma go find it actually. I mean, maybe I'll leave all the substances out of the equation, but I seem to remember digging the hell out of it. It's actually one of my many records that spend a lot of their time in brown moving boxes...
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Rick Wakeman followed by Yes.
I think I have most ELP stuff and early Genesis too.

The main reason I have so much Wakeman (aside from being a keyboard player myself) is he put out sooooooo much.
Sadly a lot of it is either redundant or not terribly interesting (then there is his infamous choices in singers too). However 6 wives, Journey to the Centre of The Earth, King Arthur, No Earthly Connection, White Rock, and Criminal Record are all fantastic albums!

I seldom listen to Yes post Union except for Keys to Ascension.
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Genesis: all studio albums, archive 1+2, several live albums and DVDs, rare live recordings and a concert which they sold as a CD recording to the audience (on their last world tour). Second is probably Peter Gabriel, where the situation is the same. I am too lazy to count my albums... Tongue
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen


Originally posted by progbethyname

Originally posted by Guldbamsen

I was surprised to learn that I own some 20 albums made by Wu-tang or Wu-tang membersLOL


Is that because they are nothing to f**k with?

That's pretty funny. Also, I kind of imagine that you would own and really like Devin Townsend. Your zany, cool sense of humor reminds me of him in general and in fact; the heavyDevy Wall of sound is really out there just like you!
Hey, I mean this is a very good way.

I have Terria, and it hasn't clicked with me as of yet. Not entirely that is - last time I remember hearing it, I was on my way home from an insane trance party out in the countryside. It was pretty cool, but then again I wasn't exactly sober. 
Damn....that must've been 2 years agoShocked
Think amma go find it actually. I mean, maybe I'll leave all the substances out of the equation, but I seem to remember digging the hell out of it. It's actually one of my many records that spend a lot of their time in brown moving boxes...


Omg you gotta here Epicloud. It will put a smile on your face and give you a chuckle here and there. It's such a fun, happy album. Something mr. HeaveyDevy hasn't done in a while.
Overall, the album had a ton of diversity to it and is as experimental as you can get with in the prog metal genre specifically. Anyway, I can really see you loving the sh*t out of that album.
Atomic Crimson Rush (Scott) wrote a very good review on it. He explains the nature of it very well.
Dave, if you end up loving Terria Psychedelic free, check out the otherside of DT's sound with Epicloud. :)
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