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Discussion in 'Enertia' started by ENERTIA_Joe, Oct 4, 2004.

  1. ENERTIA_Joe

    ENERTIA_Joe Member

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    Post what you're listening to here....

    Joe
     
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    Saxon- Lionheart
    Megadeth- The System Has Failed
    Mattias Eklundh- Freak Guitar: The Road Less Traveled
    Fu Manchu- Start The Machine
    Enertia- Force(!!!) :worship:
    :loco:
     
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    Yardbirds - Greatest Hits, Volume 1: 1964-1966
    Enertia - Force :cool:
    Ion Vein - Reigning Memories
    Winterland - Personality
    Abydos
    Nocturnal Rites - New World Messiah
    Grip Weeds - various mp3's

    On Deck:
    Metal/Alt Rock sampler I made (from Nocturnal Rites to Destruction)
    Two Pearl Jam boots
    Pantera best of :headbang:
     
  4. ENERTIA_Joe

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    These arrived in my mailbox this morning:

    Lord Tracy - Live (1989 Z Rock Concert)
    Lord Tracy - Cull None

    I'm going ot contact Terry Glaze (LT singer) & see if he is interesting in having Animated Insanity Records carry a few copies. Here are some relevent links...
    www.animatedinsanityrecords.com
    www.lordtracy.com

    I'm also spinning tunes from a great new local band (from upstate NY I just found out about last week called Perfect Silence. Check them out at:
    http://www.perfect-silence.tk/

    We're playing a show w/ them @ Northern Lights in Albany, NY
    on Friday, October 22....

    Keep the now playing lists coming!
    Joe
     
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    I received my copy of "Force" in the mail yesterday. Thank you Joe!!

    Thank you Enertia for such an awesome cd!! :headbang: I love it!!!
     
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    Thanks, Starbaby! Glad to hear you like the new disc & glad it arrived so quickly!!

    Not listening to anything now, but when I was in my car earlier, I listened to:

    Flotsam & Jetsam - Drift
    Eldritch - Reverse
    Lamb Of God - Ashes Of The Wake

    Have a good rest of the weekend everyone!
    Joe
     
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    Longwave - Endsongs
    Jelly Jam 2
    Buckler - CD single
    Mix CD
     
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    Good list, Tim!!! The new Jelly Jam is quite enjoyable!

    My recent spins:
    Europe - Start from The Dark (great comeback disc!!!)
    Avenged Sevenfold - Waking The fallen (one of my fave discs of 2004 & it came out last year!!!) :Spin:


    Joe
     
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    What I brought to work with me this evening:

    Decimation- Rat Race demo 1991
    Enertia- Momentum
    Enertia- Flashpoint
    Enertia- Force
    Katagory V- A New Breed Of Rebellion
    Metal Church- Weight Of The World
    Realm- Final Solution demo 1987
    Sacrifice- Solider Of Misfortune

    Matt
     
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    Last night / today (thanks Joe):
    Dare - Beneath The Shining Surface
    Dreamscape - End Of Silence
    Eidolon - Apostles Of Defiance
    Mattias Eklundh - Freak Guitar 2: The Road Less Travelled
    Eldritch - Porttrait Of The Abyss Within
    Blackmore's Night - Shadow Of The Moon
    Brainstorm - Live Suffering

    Watching:
    Rush In Rio DVD Disc 1
     
  11. MRNot

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    Gargling glam-singers, Batman! So, Joe... These guys are still alive & kicking, eh? I bought the vinyl of the (debut?) a few years back and wasn't grabbed strongly, so I haven't bothered to pay attention.. How does this newer stuff sound?

    By the way, good to comm again! Sorry I've been such a deadbeat, but.. feces occurs, eh? I'm heartened to find that not only did the whole Neil Kernon thing happen, the disc is complete and out and Enertia are emerging more and more.. 'Bout fuckin' time I'd say..

    You assed for it..

    Currently in the MP3 player at work: Enertia - FORCE (no shit! My copy just arrived late last week from TheEnd, and I've only had a chance to listen to the first few tracks 'cause I acquired a pool table concurrently).

    Next up: Beyond Twilight - DEVIL'S HALL OF FAME (only recently got turned on to Twilight/Beyond Twilight and I feel like an idiot for having missed them all these years)

    Currently in the car: Tad Morose - MODUS VIVENDI +3 (fuckin' A right! I can't believe I passed on these guys for so many years because their name screamed "malcontent teenage nu-breeder" to me. Boy, was I mistaken).

    I look forward to re-recording the MP3 CD-RW for the car to include Enertia & Beyond Twilight as the "MP3 player at work" scenario is hardly fair to the music until it's already engrained in your brain.

    L8r!
     
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    its been a few days since i posted here due to being insanely busy @ work, but since I'm spinning tunage here today, I figured I'd tell the world what I'm listening to....

    Sick Speed - The Way I Am (Rich Ward's ill fated side project. Good stuff, although I'm definitely looking very forward to the Stuck Mojo reunion disc that will be coming out in 2005....)

    Pharoah - After The Fire (not only does metal maniacs scribe matt Johnsen write a good review, he also plays a damn mean lead guitar!!! Glad to see that disc #2 will be out in 2005!)

    Rusty Cooley - s/t (killer shred maniac form the band Outworld!!! This guy plays faster than Roman (hard to imagine if that is humanly possible! :) (but probably not as fast as jeff Waters! LOL - read this: http://www.roadrun.com/blabbermouth.net/news.aspx?mode=Article&newsitemID=28349)

    Nightingale - Invisible (DAMN! What a great disc this is!! Very commercial sounding, but still packs a punch! Glad I checked this one out!!!

    So what have YOU been listening to?? Post it here...
    Joe
     
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    Today, entertainment brought to me by:

    Various Artists - SOMETHING RASH (2004): personal compilation of AOR/melodic rock featuring a wide range of artists most people here probably consider pussies..

    Vicious Rumors - WORD OF MOUTH (1994): I still lament the tragic passing of Carl Albert, and I also miss the teamwork of Geoff Thorpe & Mark McGee (though Ira Black is a great addition to the band and the current 6-string duet is great).

    Last Tribe - WITCH DANCE (2002): I never get tired of this disc. It doesn't seem to matter how many times I spin it, the hooks & flourishes don't get boring.

    SyX - TWILIGHT IN OLYMPUS (1998): I've had this since it was new, but I don't give it enough attention. I'm not very familiar with it even by this time. I will probably never like any SyX more than DIVINE WINGS, but ODDYSSEE is pretty close.

    next..
     
  14. Joe Metal- Dave

    Joe Metal- Dave New Metal Member

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    How 'bout these:

    Annihilator- All For You
    Laurent Fleury- Contrastes
    The Handsome Beasts- Beastiality
    Neil Rambaldi- Perpetual Horizons
    UDO- Thunderball
    Al DiMeola- Elegant Gypsy
    Horslips- The Book Of Invasions
    Love- The Forever Changes Concert
    Mahavishnu Orchestra- Birds Of Fire
    Yardbirds (personal comp.)

    :wave: :loco:
     
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    I hereby retract my assumption that others here would think my choices were pussies.. My bad for not giving y'all the benefit of the doubt..
     
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    We're all pretty open minded around here, Paul, so feel free to post whatever you've been listening to w/o fear of being labelled a pussy! ;-)

    I listen to a wide range of all genres of muic from Celine Dion, the The Bee Gees & AM radio to death metal, all depending on my mood. Back when I was in my teens, I couldn't bear the thought of owning anything that wasn't considered metal, but quickly "changed my tune"...LOL

    With that being said, I don't see myself writing songs that would fit on The Laurence Welk Show or play Petula Clark in the car when I'm experiencing road rage, as Slayer seems to fit that bill much better.... :loco:

    Dave - I look forward to hearing what you think of the new Annihilator, as I must say that as a fan of that band, I truly was VERY disappointed w/ that disc.

    Joe

    NP: Eidolon - Apostles Of Defiance
     
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    Somehow, though, I still don't think I'd want to tell anyone if I was secretly grooving to Cap'n & Tenille, Peter, Paul & Mary, or Barney's Greatest Hits.. *heh heh*

    Now wait just a gall-darned minute! We're going to have to revoke your membership if you keep this up.

    Well, that's definitely a relief. I'm not ready for the video of you banging your head amidst a sea of champagne bubbles..

    I know you weren't asking me, but....

    I've still got mixed feelings. I mean, on the one hand, I was ecstatic that Jeff went back to good rhythm guitar tone, 'cause as good as much of the music is on WAKING THE FURY, I can't get over the fuzziness.. I do like several of the tunes on ALL FOR YOU, but, for instance, I think that (1st?)clean, jazzy guitar break in the title track has to be the sloppiest thing I've ever heard Jeff lay on tape. I think I'm OK with the new singer, though I'll miss Joe C. I feel some of the disc is too samey.. Needs more diversity (from Jeff's own history). My $0.02, likely to change and/or be refined over time.
     
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    Oh, but now that my security is assured, I'll post the tracklist from aforementioned AOR comp. To colour things, let it be understood this comp was created as a birthday gift for a female co-worker (though, yes, I made it so that I'd want to listen to it, too, and I kept a copy), and I'll further post one of my latest metal comps so my motives are more completely understood, to wit:

    Various Artist - SOMETHING RASH (2004), AOR

    01 Storyteller - Corridor of Windows
    02 Journey - To Be Alive Again
    03 Biloxi - Out on the Streets
    04 Deacon Street Project - Radio
    05 On the Rise - Beat of Your Heart
    06 Unruly Child - Still Believe
    07 Street Talk - Language of Love
    08 Pride of Lions - Sound of Home
    09 the Ladder - Closer to Your Heart
    10 Prisoner - Hear Me Heaven
    11 Jorn Lande - Break It Up
    12 Harem Scarem - Hard to Love
    13 Radioactive - Somewhere Someday
    14 Shadows Fade - Sooner or Later
    15 Tyketto - Meet Me in the Night
    16 Josh Ramos - Come Back to Me
    17 the Storm - I Want You Back
    18 Pretty Maids - Wouldn't Miss You
    19 Fee Waybill - Saved My Life
    20 Emerald Rain - Everyday Hero
    21 Tour de Force - Perfect Lover


    Various Artists - REVEAL THE TRUTH (2004), heavy metal - melodic

    Disc 01:
    01 SectionA - Pray for Rain
    02 Radakka - Rainy Daze
    03 Vicious Rumors - Thunder and Rain
    04 Evergrey - Words Mean Nothing
    05 Angel Dust - Bleed
    06 DC Cooper - Forgive Me
    07 Last Tribe - Wash Your Sins Away
    08 Vanden Plas - Salt in My Wounds
    09 Tarot - Painless
    10 Flotsam and Jetsam - Destructive Signs
    11 Jag Panzer - the Silent
    12 Geoff Coleman - Bloodline
    13 Grave Digger - the House
    14 House of Spirits - Turn of the Tide
    15 Threshold - Phenomenon
    16 Silent Force - Empire of Future

    Disc 02:
    01 Balance of Power - Book of Secrets
    02 Yngwie J. Malmsteen - Pyramid of Cheops
    03 Helloween - the Time of the Oath
    04 Angra - Acid Rain
    05 John West - Hands in the Fire
    06 Stormwind - Excalibur
    07 SymphonyX - the Accolade
    08 Kamelot - a Sailorman's Hymn
    09 Magnitude 9 - Lost Along the Way
    10 Royal Hunt - Message to God
    11 Nation - Live in a Lie
    12 Savatage - Edge of Thorns
    13 Tad Morose - Sword of Retribution
    14 Brainstorm - Beyond My Destiny

    There.. That should set things straight..
     
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    I hope you know I was truly tempted to be a wise ass & call you a pussy, but after seeing your selections, those comps look like they rock pretty good! :p

    I saw your NP was Waysted - I just ordered the Jap version of their reunion album this week. The samples sounded good & I was always a big fan of Fin & am looking very forward to that package arriving, as it also includes the Loudness CD, Rockshocks, remakes of 14 Loudness classics...

    Joe
     
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    Wouldn't have surprised me.. *smirk* I guess I am a pussy sometimes, but what can I say? I'm human.

    Glad to have earned a nod.. I'm particularly proud of REVEAL THE TRUTH. I probably could have come up with another disc or two to compound it if I allowed myself to repeat an artist within a single compilation, but heck, 3 hours should be enough to satisfy anyone (even me) for a single "release."

    So, who was Fin with before? I must admit I think I missed the boat with Waysted. Other than SAVE YOUR PRAYERS, I find them kind of vanilla. I listened to the soundclips from the new one, and it sounds *VERY* competent and well engineered, but it just didn't excite me..
     

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