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Discussion in 'RC' started by Krilons Resa, Feb 3, 2012.
oh, that painting/cartoon? yeah. only cartoon that gave me a boner was Jessica Rabbit.
^ Necro...check this shit out!!!!!
Holy shit is that rhythm section for real? This is choice
u dl it?
right at the top of last year for me. top3 easily
straight up one of the best live records ever made
Holy shit. Just found this today. This is fucking ace.
Anacrusis - Manic Impressions
yep, this is good, former Excoriate dude back with some evil death metal from the land of evil
It looks really kool so it probably is.
not going to listen, though
probably not but the ambition is there
STARTS AT 1:22 (unless you want to hear some retarded bantering between the two)
but for real, one of the best vocal duos ever. crosby is just amazing. everyone needs to listen to this... sorrowful and sublime american folk music. no hippie bullshit.
Been listening to a lot of Trespass lately (not really, but I've been replaying in my head pretty much note for note) and wondering why it never gets any love. It has that old-books-in-the-attic sort of magic I love about the band's early days, moving from majestic ("Stagnation" is definitely a prototype for "Firth of Fifth," and pretty close in terms of quality), pastoral ("Dusk," "Visions of Angels") and metal-as-fuckness ("THE KNIFE"). I think people discount it because it was another year before Collins and Hackett joined, but Anthony Phillips holds his own here. People forget he wrote all the heavy guitar parts in "The Knife," not Hackett. Would have been interesting to see where the band might have ended up had he stayed. Probably wouldn't have been that much different.
The Monolith Deathcult - Trivmvirate
That song about Saddam and the Ba'athists gets stuck in my head for hours at a time.