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Your first Devin album

Discussion in 'Devin Townsend' started by King Size, Feb 14, 2007.

  1. King Size

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    Shit, I feel like there's nobody here. :erk:

    Well, should anyone decide to visit these parts in the next 30 days, please tell the world which was your first Devin CD...assuming you ever bought one that is. :Smug:

    My first was actually Strapping Young Lad, the chicken feather album back in '03. I didn't care for it much at first, but one-by-one I bought all his albums & now I fucking love it. It really is a monsterous record.
     
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    Alex78 Fretbuzz Virtuoso

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    Ocean Machine

    still my favourite album ever!
     
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    Mine was "City"...And love it since the first time, I remember watching the "Detox" video on Headbangers Ball and then the next day after school I ran to the music store to get the album and going to a friends house to smoke a joint listening to it...

    ...Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh The good old days:rolleyes:
     
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    The New Black.:kickass:
     
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    COnsiderateApathy took the Left Hand Path

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    My first Devin album wasn't actually a Devin Townsend album, it was Steve Vai's "Sex & Religion" album... way before I even knew who Devin was. I loved that album, but then didn't hear of Devin Townsend again until SYL's "City". I picked up the City album because of the word-of-mouth about the band, at first not realizing it was the same vocalist, and then I made the connection... like, hey, wasn't this the guy who sang on the Steve Vai album? And I freakin' loved it, so I picked up "Ocean Machine: Biomech" out of curiosity, and that hooked me for good. I've been a dedicated fan ever since!
     
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    hexwind Creepiness Och Terrorism

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    Ocean Machine on April 2009
    I still love it.
    I actually listened to his work with SYL back in 2007 but i didn't like it at all.. no i'm crazy about this fucking band tho :D
     
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    Really, thinking about albums like OM, Infinity and Terria makes me realize how bad his latest albums really are. Listening to Addicted makes me :cry:
     

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