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Yesterday and today:

Radiohead - The Bends
Mogwai - Happy Songs for Happy People
Amon Duul II - Phallus Dei
Coil - The Ape of Naples
Jean Louis - s/t
This Heat - Deceit
The Samuel Jackson Five - Goodbye Melody Mountain
Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood
Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
Deftones - White Pony
Portishead - Dummy
Swans - Greed
Death Grips - Exmilitary
Fugazi - Repeater
This Heat - s/t
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes
The Mars Volta - Octahedron
Low - I Could Live in Hope
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Deftones - Koi No Yokan
Rush - Counterparts
Rush - Clockwork Angels
 
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Originally posted by mister nobody mister nobody wrote:

Yesterday and today:
Radiohead - The Bends
Mogwai - Happy Songs for Happy People
Amon Duul II - Phallus Dei
Coil - The Ape of Naples
Jean Louis - s/t
This Heat - Deceit
The Samuel Jackson Five - Goodbye Melody Mountain
Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood
Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
Deftones - White Pony
Portishead - Dummy
Swans - Greed
Death Grips - Exmilitary
Fugazi - Repeater
This Heat - s/t
At the Drive-In - Relationship of Command
Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes
The Mars Volta - Octahedron
Low - I Could Live in Hope


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Ozric Tentacles--Paper Monkeys
Depeche Mode--Delta Machine plus bonus disc
Night Area--Realm of Shadows
Trivium--Shogun
AirBag--All Rights Removed
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

 
I don't believe you.
Well, I did stay awake the whole night, but even then, I do listen to approx. 10 albums a day, and there are 20 albums on my list. 20/10=2, two days, yesterday and today. Tongue
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Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Goblin---Back To The Goblin-2005 ( Micheal H. I love it!)
Genesis--Seconds Out (disc 2)
AirBag--All Rights Removed. ( I almost cried listening to this one.)
Cynic--Traced In Air
Wuthering Heights--Far from that madding Crowd. (Danish symphonic power metal.)

Tonight....

Clive Nolan--Alchemy
IQ--Subteranea (live concert edition 1999.)

Hey Nic! Love the new avatar. Makes me want to keep my beard actuallyLOL Looks pretty much like yours at the moment, only curly and brown... Oh and are you sure you're not named Marco? You look almost exactly like one of my old friends, it's uncanny! Although he is more of a punk musically though, he's spread out to zany music through jazz, but I gather it's not exactly the kind of stuff you've posted hereLOL
BTW Loooove the Cynic albumCool


I did it to honor my one year with PA. Sometimes it's nice to put a face with a name considering I've talked with a lot of nice people here, but I had to change the avatar to a more worldly look. Lol everytime I open my profile I really don't want to stare at my crazy-bearded Mug. Lol! Oh and keep the beard alive Dave! Bet you look like a Danish prince.
Also, it's funny you say I look like your friend cause people always tell me I'm a dead ringer of so many different people...I guess i can never look like me. :)

Anyway. Cynic is amazing and I think that they are a really important prog metal/experimental band. I want to write a rave review for this one some day. Later beard brother. :)
 
 
Blargh I just shaved yesterday.... It was so hot and sunny that I decided to ditch the face sweater. That thing was toasty dudeDead 
You should change back again though. Looked pretty cool with that beard, and you know the prog chicks go for beards rightWink So much poontang up in this mother - especially if you look like a caveman with a fetish for guitars.
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Yesterday:
 
Tangerine dream - Hyperborea
Alcest - Ecailles de Lune
Tangerine Dream - Green Desert
SBB - Karlstad
Tangerine Dream - Live 74 Sheffield
East of Eden - Mercator Projected
Japan - Gentlemen take Polaroids
Amon Düül ll - Carnival in Babylon
Carol of Harvest - S/T
Smell of Incense - Through the Gates of deeper Slumber (had it not been for the horrible 'A Word in Season', this one would've been a masterpiece imo)
Modry Efekt & Radim Hladek - S/T
Clearlight - Clearlight Symphony (been a while since I last spun this, and I had completely forgotten how good it is - and how incredibly psychedelic it is. Sounds like a freakin Krautrock record at times!)
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Yesterday:
 Tangerine dream - Hyperborea
Alcest - Ecailles de Lune

HA! Listened to both of these myself just tonight!

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Smell of Incense - Through the Gates of deeper Slumber (had it not been for the horrible 'A Word in Season', this one would've been a masterpiece imo)

Ha, I really like that album, pretty sure I have it a four star review a little while back, but I've always found the vocals pretty rough around the edges lol! I guess to many that's exaclty one of it's charms?!
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Bill Nelson - Blip

All I've had time for sadly.
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Yesterday:
 Tangerine dream - Hyperborea
Alcest - Ecailles de Lune

HA! Listened to both of these myself just tonight!

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Smell of Incense - Through the Gates of deeper Slumber (had it not been for the horrible 'A Word in Season', this one would've been a masterpiece imo)

Ha, I really like that album, pretty sure I have it a four star review a little while back, but I've always found the vocals pretty rough around the edges lol! I guess to many that's exaclty one of it's charms?!
 
Well dang! You've got taste buddy!!!Big smileTongue
I actually just talked JOhn into buying that Alcest album, so now I'm crossing my fingers hoping he'll enjoy it as much as I do. If I wrote a review of it today, I'd give it 7 stars.
 
Oh and those vocals are indeed rather archaic sounding - even if it is a female.
Remind me a bit of this - but this is betterCool(please check out the wonderful goosebumps inducing keyboard solos - if you haven't yet heard it):
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Crap, two embarrassing confessions, Dave! First, I'll have to wait until I get home, because works blocks Youtube clips, so I have no idea what you've just posted!

Second, I thought you meant `Eclat - L'Espirit du Cercle', a charming little instrumental/Neo-prog album, shows I wasn't really paying attention!

Guess I should actually look in that REAL Alcest album now!
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Crap, two embarrassing confessions, Dave! First, I'll have to wait until I get home, because works blocks Youtube clips, so I have no idea what you've just posted!

Second, I thought you meant `Eclat - L'Espirit du Cercle', a charming little instrumental/Neo-prog album, shows I wasn't really paying attention!

Guess I should actually look in that REAL Alcest album now!
 
 
First of all - the clip posted is 'Put on your Nightcap' by Carol of Harvest. You probably know this one, but if you don't, then I'll stake my frontlawn that you'll love it like a beautiful labrador.
 
Secondly the Alcest album is beautiful, BUT it does feature a bit of those harsh vocals. You've been warnedTongue Nahh it's not even that bad - only rarely do they pop up, yet they feel properly integrated in the music - and there's always a melodic guitar line counterpointing them.
Mostly though it feels like a dreamy futuristic Floydian record - only quite unique.
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Goblin---Back To The Goblin-2005 ( Micheal H. I love it!)
Genesis--Seconds Out (disc 2)
AirBag--All Rights Removed. ( I almost cried listening to this one.)
Cynic--Traced In Air
Wuthering Heights--Far from that madding Crowd. (Danish symphonic power metal.)

Tonight....

Clive Nolan--Alchemy
IQ--Subteranea (live concert edition 1999.)

Hey Nic! Love the new avatar. Makes me want to keep my beard actuallyLOL Looks pretty much like yours at the moment, only curly and brown... Oh and are you sure you're not named Marco? You look almost exactly like one of my old friends, it's uncanny! Although he is more of a punk musically though, he's spread out to zany music through jazz, but I gather it's not exactly the kind of stuff you've posted hereLOL
BTW Loooove the Cynic albumCool


I did it to honor my one year with PA. Sometimes it's nice to put a face with a name considering I've talked with a lot of nice people here, but I had to change the avatar to a more worldly look. Lol everytime I open my profile I really don't want to stare at my crazy-bearded Mug. Lol! Oh and keep the beard alive Dave! Bet you look like a Danish prince.
Also, it's funny you say I look like your friend cause people always tell me I'm a dead ringer of so many different people...I guess i can never look like me. :)

Anyway. Cynic is amazing and I think that they are a really important prog metal/experimental band. I want to write a rave review for this one some day. Later beard brother. :)

 
 
Blargh I just shaved yesterday.... It was so hot and sunny that I decided to ditch the face sweater. That thing was toasty dudeDead 
You should change back again though. Looked pretty cool with that beard, and you know the prog chicks go for beards rightWink So much poontang up in this mother - especially if you look like a caveman with a fetish for guitars.


Awe you caved!? Hot weather made ya shave of the sweater. Enjoy the breeze and maybe someday I'll go back to captain beard and I hope your right about prog chicks digging beards cause girls here in T-Dot don't go for it. Toronto is a very superficial city dude. :(

Anyway. Love seeing that you spun Hyperborea. That album is worth 5 very huge fat-beards out of 5 for me. What a beauty. :)
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Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Yesterday:
 Tangerine dream - Hyperborea
Alcest - Ecailles de Lune

HA! Listened to both of these myself just tonight!

Originally posted by Guldbamsen Guldbamsen wrote:


Smell of Incense - Through the Gates of deeper Slumber (had it not been for the horrible 'A Word in Season', this one would've been a masterpiece imo)

Ha, I really like that album, pretty sure I have it a four star review a little while back, but I've always found the vocals pretty rough around the edges lol! I guess to many that's exaclty one of it's charms?!

 
Well dang! You've got taste buddy!!!Big smileTongue
I actually just talked JOhn into buying that Alcest album, so now I'm crossing my fingers hoping he'll enjoy it as much as I do. If I wrote a review of it today, I'd give it 7 stars.
 
Oh and those vocals are indeed rather archaic sounding - even if it is a female.
Remind me a bit of this - but this is betterCool(please check out the wonderful goosebumps inducing keyboard solos - if you haven't yet heard it):


Looks to me like you both have incredible taste. Micheal....do I sense another TD binge coming up for the both of us soon?? Lol. I think so.

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For this morning...

GOBLIN---ZOMBI.

Great way to wake up before I go to work. Lol
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Micheal....do I sense another TD binge coming up for the both of us soon?? Lol. I think so.

Ha! If by binge, my friend, you mean going on a bit of a bender and buying 6 T.Dream CD bargains off Ebay, then you're spot on!

Finally getting CD replacements for `Tangram' and `Exit', as well as picking up some fairly unknown TD releases - `Tournado Live', `Miracle Mile', `Rockoon' and `The Angel of the West Window' - for a few dollars. Going by the reviews on the Archives, these are quite a risk, but I'm very curious and hoping I'll find something interesting on them by lowering any sort of expectation!
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Joe Satriani - Black Swans and Wormhole Wizards
Joe Satriani - Super Colossal
Klaus Schulze - La Vie Electronique 4 (disc 3)
Joe Satriani - Crystal Planet
The Black Dog - Radio Scarecrow
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Originally posted by Aussie-Byrd-Brother Aussie-Byrd-Brother wrote:

Originally posted by progbethyname progbethyname wrote:

Micheal....do I sense another TD binge coming up for the both of us soon?? Lol. I think so.

Ha! If by binge, my friend, you mean going on a bit of a bender and buying 6 T.Dream CD bargains off Ebay, then you're spot on!

Finally getting CD replacements for `Tangram' and `Exit', as well as picking up some fairly unknown TD releases - `Tournado Live', `Miracle Mile', `Rockoon' and `The Angel of the West Window' - for a few dollars. Going by the reviews on the Archives, these are quite a risk, but I'm very curious and hoping I'll find something interesting on them by lowering any sort of expectation!


I've heard none of those, so you gotta let me know if any are worth picking up. ;)

Exit is pretty cool. Did ya like that one? Kiew Mission is a cool opener.
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Guided by Voices - Same Place the Fly Got Smashed
King Crimson - Islands
Kayak - Kayak II
Mr Bungle - California
Camel - The Snow Goose

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