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Discussion in 'Symphony X (Unofficial)' started by DoomsdayZach, Feb 15, 2006.
Riverside - The Same River
Trapeze - "Medusa"
Yngwie - Freedom isn't Free
Riverside - Reality Dream III
Star One - "Victims Of The Modern Age"
I'm already a few songs into it and I can say without a doubt, this is superior to the first album. Fuckin' A! Well worth the wait.
^Yeah, I've heard it six times already, and it's really awesome. One of my favorites by Arjen, and that's saying a lot.
By the way, I managed to hear Quiet Sun's Mainstream and thoroughly enjoyed it. Good timing, too - lots of Canterbury stuff on the way. Not sold on Glass Hammer, at least not yet - dunno why, their music has never clicked with me.
NP: Egg - Symphony No. 2
Cool. Glad you enjoyed it. Talk about chops, eh?
The Glass Hammer was interesting, though I didn't love it. I just found it better than most other people's best 2010 picks.
But right now Star One is having a lightsaber battle with Labyrinth for the lead.
Bring it awwwwwwwn
Helloween and Gammaray are very metal-ish this year , the new album sounds great.
They're doing well for a band their age. Though Deris' range seems to be thinning all the more.
Allen/Lande - "Alias"
Why the FUCK is this a bonus track? It's awesome.
Dave Weckl Band- Live
Allen_lande is wonderful ,maybe the best they did.
Antimatter - A Portrait of the Young Man as an Artist
Thin Lizzy - Dancing In The Moonlight
Rock 'n roll, corny (but all the more delightful) youth sentiments and melodies that could melt the earth all rolled into one.
Opeth - Hessian Peel