Current/Last Album you listened to was...

Started by Space_Dementia, May 19, 2011, 02:37:51 PM

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Xenokiller

Quote from: Nightmare Asylum on Feb 12, 2012, 11:08:46 PM


Just downloaded it on iTunes today, so it was my first time hearing a lot of the songs. Loved it!
Glad you liked it! Sad that the Rock nominations were completely removed from the grammys show...I wanted to see the foos win them all  ;D

adb142

Amazing album



MrLee


^My friend bought it today when we went to birmingham. I was quite disappointed with it however. It was lacking in memorable songs, especially on disk 2.


not accessible, but as music and atmosphere goes i thought this was really cool. I prefer their previous release however, "Primary Colours".



x2SMONEY

Wrecking Ball by Bruse Springsteen









I win.

Hellspawn28


Kol



by James Horner

EEV2650

EEV2650

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You're awesome Kol  :laugh:. I still find myself singing "roll back the clock to the dawn of time"


SpaceMarines



Still their best.

SM


x2SMONEY

Quote from: SpaceMarines on Apr 02, 2012, 06:09:06 AM


Still their best.
I actually prefer El Camino due to the fact that it's so damn fun, but Brothers is probably their best

sagans bongwater



new CC! f**king killer
best tracks (so far):
scourge of iron
intestinal crank
demented aggression

mirin dat artwork too

SM

I never understood the point of stuff like Cannibal Corpse.  It seems so infantile and shock for the sake of shock.

But I just had a read of their wiki page, and they say it's just the musical equivalent of a horror film - which I can understand.

Kol


sagans bongwater

Quote from: SM on Apr 24, 2012, 02:42:33 AM
I never understood the point of stuff like Cannibal Corpse.  It seems so infantile and shock for the sake of shock.

But I just had a read of their wiki page, and they say it's just the musical equivalent of a horror film - which I can understand.

The wiki page pretty much has it straight. Although its not even the horror film equivalent. More like gore porn/snuff film equivalent.

The music is more important than the lyrics with CC, for sure. The songwriting on the new album is excellent

MrLee

Quote from: Kol on Apr 24, 2012, 10:48:49 AM
TFF - songs from big chair

great album, a classic 80s "pop" album, great playing and lyrics filled with irony.

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