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Top picks for 2006 (hey... that rhymes!)

Discussion in 'Katagory V' started by Dustin, Dec 2, 2006.

  1. Dustin

    Dustin C-C-Cool Beans!!!

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    My top albums for 2006

    (in no particular order)

    Amon Amarth - With Oden on Our Side
    Angra - Aurora Consurgens
    Communic - Waves of Visual Decay
    Edguy - Rockit Ride
    Evergrey - Monday Morning apocalypse
    Falconer - Northwind
    Frontline - Cricles
    Into Eternity - The Scattering of Ashes
    Jorn - The Duke
    Mercenary - The HOurs that Remain
    Metal Church - A Light in the Dark
    Mind's eye - Wlaking on H2O
    Prototype - Continuum
    Rage - Speak of the Dead
    Saga - Trust
    Slamer - Nowhere Land
    Sodom - s/t
    Street Talk - V
    Tankard - The Beauty and the Beer
    The Flower King's - Paradox Hotel
    The Tangent - A Place in Queue
    Toto - Faling In Between
    Warmachine - Begining of the End
    Winger - IV
    Zero Hour - Specs of Pictures Burnt...
     
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    I think you forgot a couple:

    Iron Maiden - A Matter Of Life And Death
    Katagory V - The Rising Anger

    ;)

    I've been sorely lacking in new albums this year (my new job... well, I say new, been there since February... is kicking my ass, taking my name and has about killed my social life)... the only other one I can even think of off the top of my head is DragonForce's Inhuman Rampage.

    Yeah, I know, I suck.
     
  3. Dustin

    Dustin C-C-Cool Beans!!!

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    :p
    Well... I can't list our own album, it would be in bad tast... or maybe not? :lol:

    I am actually still trying to digest the new Maiden album... it is growing on me more each time I listen to it, and I can definaty say it is much better than Dance of Death. The track "Brighter than a Thousands Suns" has a very basic, but very heavy riff at the begining that I totally dig, and always seems to get stuck in my head.

    What? Is it becasue your job has kept you away from being able to hang with us, or because you jumped on the Dragonforce bandwagon?
    :saint: :D
     
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    My top picks for 2006 in particular order (although it is changing day by day):

    1. Antiquus - Eleutheria
    2. Solitude Aeturnus - Alone
    3. Crescent Shield - The Last of My Kind
    4. Katagory V - The Rising Anger
    5. Obsession - Carnival of Lies
     
  5. Dustin

    Dustin C-C-Cool Beans!!!

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    in the top five? RIGHT ON!!!! :kickass: :headbang:

    I still need to Cresent Shield and the Solitude Aeturnus. In fact, Curtis is also a big fan of Solitude Aeturnus, so I'll have to let him know that's out.

    Obessions has a new one out too?? ...does it have Mike Vescera on vocals?
     
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    Yeap, Mike Vescera on vocals, Jay Mezias on drums, three new musicians and Joe Stump and Robert Marcello appear with solos in some songs. :)

    Check out imediately Crescent Shield and the new Solitude Aeturnus, they are killer albums too.
     
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    Both.

    Still, it's nice to see a metal band getting some decent attention in this day and age. And at least Dragonforce are good entertainment. :)

    Maiden's 'AMOLAD' (what an acronym!) is, I think, their finest in over a decade. 'Dance of Death' did have its moments but it wasn't even close to this. The boys done good. :kickass:
     
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    Yes, that's right. AMOLAD is a very good album. :)
     
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    Dustin C-C-Cool Beans!!!

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    Ironiclly, I will be seeing Dragonforce in two weeks. :lol:

    I am more or less attending the show to flyer every car in the parking lot for the Vicious Rumors show that will be the following night. Orginally, I hadn't planned on it, but I was instructed by the promoter to pick-up and drive down there with the illustrious James Rivera, (flying in early that afternoon) who originally wanted to go... so hey, why not!? it's boys night out - metal style!

    ...it should be an interesting night. :p
     

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