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Discussion in 'RC' started by Krilons Resa, Jan 10, 2015.

  1. MFJ

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    do it. its pretty awesome how easily the music floats between doom, black, death, and heavy metal. some of the songs have a lot of groove, some sound like progressive death metal, and the last tune (my favorite) is more in the agalloch/black style. still, all of it is very well crafted with interesting ideas and a wholly unique vibe.
     
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    ChaosLee Formerly Necromunchkin

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    Good little review. The dynamics and composition of this album are pretty spectacular.
     
  3. Dick Sirloin

    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    KENMODE: You listened to any new rap this year? The new Vince Staples is kickin my dickin. The new Kendrick Lamar has gotten rave reviews in every worthwhile publication known to man, but I've yet to hear it.

    I need another RTJ2
     
  4. Krilons Resa

    Krilons Resa High Infidelity

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    Nope. The lil rap that I have listened to this year has been the RTJ albums, El-P's back catalogue, and Killer Mike's album R.A.P. Music.
     
  5. Dick Sirloin

    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    Listened to that Atlanta track while driving through said city

    I was white
     
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    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    SIDE NOTE: Can

    Just goddamn Can
     
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    Agalloch The Purest of Doom

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    Agalloch The Purest of Doom

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    i saw that on Facebook… that's some serious shit dude. congrats… the album hasn't left my cd player for about five days.
     
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    ChaosLee Formerly Necromunchkin

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    Thanks for letting me know a new Failure album is out....dunderheads
     
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    NAD What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse

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    I was going to say something a few weeks ago, but the song I heard didn't do much for me.
     
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    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    That's not the same shitty alt-grunge band from the 90s, is it?
     
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    nope. its the same awesome 90's space/alt rock group that released the classic Fantastic Planet
     
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    NAD What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse

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    This is one of your classic bouts of biting sarcasm, I hope? I'd be surprised if they weren't your thang, as it were.
     
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    Dick Sirloin please... stay safe

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    I tried that Fantastic Planet thang a while back and thought it was pretty bad. It reminded me of some semi-popular alt band that would have been praised in Metal Edge magazine back in 1997.

    Now that I know YOU endorse it, however, I shall try again.
     
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    NAD What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse

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    Honestly, I've always preferred Magnified over Fantastic Planet. Because while I respect Fantastic Planet, I absolutely adore Magnified.

    Fantastic Planet is their full on prog/rock opus, and it is very good, but Magnified played to their strengths better: space/hook/pop/rock!
     
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    NAD What A Horrible Night To Have A Curse

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    Cool.

    Oh hey, that new Tempel album is pretty durn good! I quite enjoy the closing number in particular, really ties the album together. Nice job!
     

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