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Discussion in 'Laser's Edge' started by masterworks, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. TCProgger

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    Adrenaline Mob - Men of Honor
    Nickelback - The State
    Kingfisher Sky - Arms of Morpheus
     
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    Thin Lizzy - Johnny The Fox
    Soup - Come On Pioneers
    Silhouette - Across The Rubicon
     
  3. Leyth Mulla

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    Amplifier - Mystoria
    Van Halen - Diver Down
    Divine Ascension - Liberator (Really solid power metal with great vocals)
    Sting - The Dream Of The Blue Turtles
    Therion - Secret Of The Runes
    Queensryche - Promised Land
     
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    :kickass: This album was panned yet I really enjoy it.
     
  5. Leyth Mulla

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    Yep. It's a very solid album that takes chances at times. Everything about that band went to hell after that album though... :(
     
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    Absolutely Leyth!
     
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    Anathema - Alternate 4
    Black Sabbath - Volume 4
    Carpathia Project - II (Great unknown fusion album!)
    The Church - Sometime Anywhere
    D.F.A. - Kaleidoscope
    Five Horse Johnson - Fat Black Pussy Cat
    The Flower Kings - Unfold the Future
    Gong - The Flying Teapot (Radio Gnome Invisible Part I)
    Buddy Guy - The Real Deal
    Horslips - The Book of Invasions - A Celtic Symphony
    Marillion - Clutching At Straws
    Max - Babel
    Melvins - s/t
    Natalie Merchant - Tigerlily
    Return To Forever - Hymn Of The Seventh Galaxy
    Riverside - Shrine of New Generation Slaves
    Three Seasons - Grow
    Andy Timmons Band - The Spoken and the Unspoken
    Trettioåriga Kriget - Hej På Er
    Mark Varney Project - Centrifugal Funk
    Muddy Waters - Folk Singer
     
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    This seems to be a common attitude. Am I really alone in loving Tribe and thinking that Mindcrime II and American Soldier are good albums. Surely I'm not?
     
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    Metman Buffalo Bills /Mets/Rangers Fan

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    Rush----Hold Your Fire
    Muse----Showbiz
    Roger Waters--Amused To Death
    Shadow Fax----Water Courseway
     
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    I feel that Mindcrime II and American Soldier are the best since HITNF. I've sold off Q2k, Tribe and Take Cover and never bought Dedicated To Chaos and FU. To get back to the start of this thread, I agree that Promised Land is stellar. The perfect album to follow the more commercial (but still great) Empire.
     
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    The Music Machine - Turn On
    Black Fate - Between Visions & Lies
    XTC - Drums and Wires
    Dio - Live in London: Hammersmith Apollo 1993
     
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    FM----Nearfest 2006
    FM----City Of Fear
    FM----Surveillance
    FM----Direct To Disc
    FM----Black Noise

    Red Circuit-----Haze Of Nemesis
    Rocket Scientists----Refuel
     
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    Excellent list. Good sound whether it was Nash the Slash or Ben Mink or C. Vena on violoin/mandolin. You were smart to omit "Con-Test"... it's horrible.
     
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    A.C.T - Silence
    The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    Circle II Circle - Burden of Truth
     
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    Dire Straits - Making Movies
    Red Circuit - Haze Of Nemesis
    Iron Maiden - Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son
    Marcel Coenen - Colour Journey
    Black Sabbath - Paranoid
    Until Rain - Anthem To Creation
    Rod Stewart - The Sixties Sessions
    Dio - Holy Diver
    Sanctuary - The Year The Sun Died
    Supertramp - Famous Last Words
    Peter Gabriel - Us
    Keith Jarrett - Nude Ants
     
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    Reversion - King of Deceit
    Until Rain - Pandemic
    Redemption - The Fullness of Time
    The Oneira - Hyperconscious (nice, Everon-derived)
    Pomegranate Tiger - Entities
    Margin - Psychedelic Teatime
    Mystery - Tales from the Netherlands
    Silhouette - Beyond the Seventh Wave
     
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    White Willow - Storm Season (Stands the test of time... Outstanding stuff)
    Marillion - The Glow Must Go On
    District 97 & John Wetton - One More Red Night
    Salem Hill - The Unseen Cord (Huge improvement over their last one)
    FM - Nearfest 2006
     
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    citizen cain's stewart bell - the antechamber of being (part i)
    silhouette - beyond the seventh wave
    evergrey - hymns for the broken
    anima morte - upon darkened stains
     
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    "Dominick the Donkey" - Lou Monte
     
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    Mystery - Tales from the Netherlands
    United Progressive Fraternity - Fall In Love With The World
    While Heaven Wept - Suspended at Aphelion
    Millenium - Puzzles
    Nightingale - Retribution
    Pain Of Salvation - Falling Home
    Skyharbor - Guiding Lights
    Gandalf's Fist - From a Point of Existence
    Gandalf's Fist - A Forest of Fey
    PJ Shadowhawk - Nevereverland
    PJ Shadowhawk - Land of Dreams
     

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