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Just bought the coolest CD (part VI)

Discussion in 'LORD' started by Crozzy, Nov 29, 2006.

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  1. sadisticsatyr

    sadisticsatyr Young Apprentice

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    Hehehe i was hoping i'd see this. I've already over-listened to it.
     
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    Accept: Stalingrad (limited edition - cd/dvd)
    Unisonic: Unisonic (mediabook) - unlistened but looking forward to it (or maybe fear it - it may be shite)
     
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    black_tooth_grin www.anwarrizk.com

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    Primal Fear: 16:6 Before the Devil knows You're Dead
    Charred Walls of the Damned - Charred Walls of the Damned (Digipak)
    Sirenia - The Enigma of Life (Digipak)
    Sons of Liberty - Bush Fires of the Mind (Digipak)
    White Wizzard - Over the Top
    Dream Evil - In The Night (Digipak)
    White Wizzard - High Speed G.T.O
    Desecrator - Live til Death
     
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    Had some credit with EMP Online that was about to expire, so for just the cost of postage I got:

    LONEWOLF - Army of the Damned
    POWERWOLF - Bible of the Beast
    TARJA TURUNEN & HARUS - In concert CD/Bluray
     
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    Loving Bible of the Beast. Fave album of Powerwolf by far.

    Got the latest Dragonforce in the mail on Wednesday. Epic. Makes up for the humongous disappointment that was Ultra Beatdown.

    Very impressed with the new lead singer.
     
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    I picked up Austrian Death Machine - Total brutal the other day. Awesome and funny :)
     
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    Absolutely agreed.
    Dragonforce: The Power Within
    Last Kingdom: Chronicles of the North
    Arjen Anthony Lucassen: Lost in the New Real (limited)
     
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    Arrived from Nuclear Blast today - Limited editions of the new Accept, Sonata Artica, and Sabaton CDs.

    Oh my god the Sabaton limited edition is the prettiest thing I've ever seen.
     
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    Headspace: I Am Anonymous (ltd)
    Ivory Gates: Status Quo
    Ivory Gates: The Devil's Dance
    Kettlespider: Avadante
    Running Wild: Shadowmaker (ltd)
     
  10. Robotman

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    Not Fragile: 21st Century Ballroom
    Blaze Bayley: The King of Metal
    Be’lakor: Of Breath and Bone
    White Skull: Under this Flag
    Sonata Arctica: Stones Grow Her Name (Limited)

    Sacred Blood: Alexandros
    Sabaton: Carolus Rex (Limited 2 disc Swedish/English Edition)
     
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  12. Shadow298

    Shadow298 UNLEASH THE GUAN

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    picked up Baroness Yellow & Green yesterday for $19.

    Great deal for a double CD pack. :headbang:
     
  13. Shadow298

    Shadow298 UNLEASH THE GUAN

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    Dead Can Dance - Anastasis

    Been waiting 16 years for this (roughly 10 since they announced a new project together) and it is pretty much worth the wait.
    slides right back into the sound that they were developing when they split and whilst Lisa Gerrard has done samey stuff with her soundtracks (Gladiator & Legend of the Guardians) Brendan Perry has developed his singing nicely without losing a note.

    If you are a fan, you MUST buy. If you are yet to get into them, a good place to start. :headbang:
     
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    I found out a week or two ago that Jeff Martin from The Tea Party does a bit of a Dead Can Dance song called Rakim during most of his live shows. I am looking forward to getting some of their stuff.
     
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    Shadow298 UNLEASH THE GUAN

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    That's from their 1994 album Toward the Within.
    you should be able to ordered the re-mastered version. Check their website (though that will most likely direct you to iTunes).
     
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    Shadow- is Rakim a good example of their style (middle eastern) or do they do all sorts of different stuff?
     
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    Shadow298 UNLEASH THE GUAN

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    They do a lot of mix of stuff. Both vocalists have unique styles but everyone knows Lisa Gerrard better these days because of her work on soundtracks like Gladiator.
    Dead Can Dance have also been used on the OSTs for the visual doco Baraka and the kid's pseudo-Australian CGI film The Legend of the Guardians (the one with the owls).

    Just look them up on Youtube. start with Host of Seraphim, Summoning of the Muse and Ulysses for my money but everyone has their own favourites.
     
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    Pythia - The Serpents Embrace. Good symphonic metal from the UK
    Joshua - Resurrection. Classic melodic rock album, great guitars and great vocals.
    Delain - We are the Others. Good album, starts great, ends great, but the middle of the album is a letdown.
     
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    Just arrived back from Europe last night. Here's a list of the latest additions I bought o/s (most are older CDs):

    Amorphis: Magic & Mayhem
    Bejelit: Age of Wars
    Beyond the Dream: In the Heart of Nothing
    Burning Point: The Ignitor
    Centaur: Live in Spain
    Crashdiet: Rest in Sleaze
    Crashdiet: The Unattractive Revolution
    Dawn of Silence: Moment of Weakness
    Hevisaurus: Jurahevin Kuninkaat (Finnish metal for kids - features LOTS of famous metal musicians)
    Hevisaurus: Hirmuliskojen Yo
    Hevisaurus: Rayh!
    Kamara: Tyrannia
    Luca Turilli's Rhapsody: Ascending to Infinity (ltd)
    Mercury Tide: Killing Saw (ex Angel Dust vox)
    Pentagram: 2012 (Turkish band - also known as Mezarkabul outside of Turkey)
    Pentagram: Unspoken
    Pentagram: Trail Blazer
    Poisonblack: Drive
    Psyco Drama: Bent (FINALLY!!!)
    Sanvoisen: Exotic Ways
    Silent Train: Wrong Way To Salvation
    Twilight: Eye for an Eye (went from Twilight to Beyond Twilight)

    I think that's all. Unless there's still any hiding in the backpack.
     
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    aaawwwww MAN. I LOVE Hevisaurus!!! I just wish they would do some stuff in English.
     
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