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Last Album You Listened to in Full?

Discussion in 'Music Discussion' started by EvileOL, Jan 17, 2008.

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    :kickass: Not the world's biggest power metal fan, but this album rips! I can't help but sing along to Future World and Halloween!
     
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    If you like old school death metal this is some pretty good shit! this new one is the best one yet.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Liking the sound of their first full-length, I'm a sucker for big hm-2 Swedeath influences. So I approve. Can't find the new one to listen to right now though, not on any of the streaming services... shame! I'll track it down ;)
     
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    Havent listened to this in a while and I remember why - it is awful!
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    I get the impression I'm one of few who legitimately really like that album.

    Sure it's maybe not as good, and certainly not as thrash as Endgame or Dystopia (choosing to ignore Super Collider's existence here - a truly awful record) but it sure has it's moments, for me. I particularly like Black Swan, Wrecker and Deadly Nightshade - which are probably among people's most disliked tracks on there :lol:
     
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    I still find it really surreal that Riley's gone. He has so much presence in his performances. Weird man.

    I think Thirteen has a few enjoyable tracks. But imo a farcry from being anything better than a decent album.
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Been a while since I listened to this... Man, what a record! Gets me every time.
     
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    ^That album cover is really cool. I've never heard of them. Gonna check it out!

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    Just listened to Empire Falls. EPIC STUFF. Must download ASAP. :kickass:
     
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    Been on another thrash kick. Definitely would recommend the Condor album
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    I remember the Condor album being real good, will have to revisit it sometime myself...

    To be fair that's one of their very best songs. If you like the album check out the two it's sandwiched between, The Gathering Wilderness (which is maybe a little slower, and more sombre) and Redemption at the Puritan's Hand which feels like a natural progression from 'Nameless' - the newer albums continue in the same vein but aren't quite as strong in my opinion...
     
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    Love the thrashiness of Kill or Become! Fire up the Chainsaw!
     
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    Podgie Young Man, Old Soul

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    Ah Keenan, a man after my own heart :lol: I love all those albums (haven't listened to Ghost Reveries in too long though)... A Skeletal Domain is awesome too. I actually really like all the recent Cannibal albums.

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    Used to kind of hate on Cradle of Filth back when I was younger, used to complain and say how much I wish they'd play more solos :lol: (which they actually do now) but over the past 10 years or so I've gradually began to like them more and more. I remember listening to Hammer of the Witches for weeks when it came out in 2015...
     
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    Same, Podgie! I haven't really listened to much Opeth in a while. Might have to have a marathon soon.



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    Today, though, is a Jeff Loomis marathon. Both of these are great. Went on Nevermore shuffle for the past few hours, too.
     
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