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5 Fav Instrumental Albums

Discussion in 'Non-Opeth Music Chat' started by Keith!, Jun 28, 2006.

  1. Rødt_Og_Svart

    Rødt_Og_Svart blinded by blood

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    why do you like blut aus nord so much? a certain extent of originality and creative dissonance is not bad, but at some point it just crosses the line and becomes annoying, unlistenable fucking noise. imo blut aus nord is way over that line.
     
  2. Rødt_Og_Svart

    Rødt_Og_Svart blinded by blood

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    ulver - teachings in silence
    ulver - 1st decade in the machines
    yndi halda - enjoy eternal bliss
    goblin - suspiria
    fantomas - delirium cordia
    morte macabre - symphonic holocaust
     
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    Derlium Cordia has plenty of "vocals," I definitely wouldn't call it an instrumental album.

    And as for Blut aus Nord, I've only heard "The work which transforms God," but I think theres plenty of listenable parts on that and at no point does it just become noise... but other recordings could be different.
     
  4. prowlergrig

    prowlergrig AnoThoR Fan

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  5. Rocky Raccoon

    Rocky Raccoon I am the Walrus

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    How many albums do Shora have? Im loving malval....
     
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    This isn't exactly an instrumental album since there are vocals, and the vocals are amazing, but it focuses mostly on the instrumental work. Scott Mosher's Deep Horizon. Check it out, it kicks ass!

    Simone Fiorletta's Parallel Worlds is an amazing instrumental album. It's kind of like Spastic Ink, but a little less crazy and without vocals.

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    Chrono Cross OST
     
  8. Seance

    Seance Still Writes in Crayon

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    just Malval afaik
     
  9. neilyoungfan

    neilyoungfan Its Herbie Hancock

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    Leo Kottke - 6 & 12 String Guitars <= badass album best guitar player alive

    An Evening with John Petrucci & Jordan Rudess <= ok i dont have many instrumental albums im sorry its not that good

    thats really all i can think of right now im braindead at the moment but check out leo kottke amazing shit
     
  10. NFU

    NFU I like pie.

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    lol @ a guy who can only name 2 instrumental albums making the judgement of "greatest guitar player alive".
     
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    the_drip Martriden K

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    erk, probably have to go with Goblin - Suspiria....that's some cool shit. Pelican is fucking boring.

    and I dont' think Howard Shore's LOTR soundtrack counts..there's a bunch of choirs in that and Enya and all of that shit. 50% of it is choral music. also its not the best soundtrack/classical anyway. If you're gonna mention somethign like that then someone is bound to get snooty and tell you Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 completely dominates everything on earth, and they'd be right. ...oh wait..I just did.
     
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    Pelican boring... riiiighhttt
     
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    all_sins_undone New Metal Member

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    illidurit New Metal Member

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    pelican is a snorefest, they got a pretty good heckling in SF last year
     
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    Yeah, from 16 year old Opeth fans...
     
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    the_drip Martriden K

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    pelican...basically all they do is write 1 or 2 riffs..then stretch the fuckign thigns and repeat them over and over and over for 15 minutes at a time...its terrible and redundant.
     
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    Or maybe you have ADD.
     
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    illidurit New Metal Member

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    omg what album were U listneign to?!!?? listen to moar songs u';ll see PeLiCaN ROCKX
     
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    Perfect example of why I never talk about bands that stray too far from anything a typical opeth fan would like. I should have never even tried.
     
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    illidurit New Metal Member

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    ironically, you're the typical opeth fan but you're too fucking stupid to realize it
     

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