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My Latest Purchases Thread Mk. III

Discussion in 'RC' started by MajestikMøøse, Oct 5, 2005.

  1. Krilons Resa

    Krilons Resa High Infidelity

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    Just a couple shelves to add on to my current shelving unit. Still not enough fucking room! :bah: I have a shitload more CD's coming in the mail too. :erk:

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    Krilons Resa High Infidelity

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    57 Melvins albums
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    Just purchased or in the collection? :lol:
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    The Obsessed - S/T (CD and Purple/White Swirl LP)
    The Obsessed - Lunar Womb (CD and Purple LP)
    The Obsessed - Sacred (CD and Red/Gold LP)
    Death Row - Alive in Death 2CD
    Joe Hasselvander - Road Kill/Lady Killer CD
    Solitude Aeturnus - In Times of Solitude CD
    Count Raven - High On Infinity CD
    Revelation - Salvation's Answer CD
    Place of Skulls - With Vision CD
    Forsaken - Anima Mundi CD
    Pylon - The Eternal Wedding Band CD
    Motorhead - Overkill CD
    Mortification - Scrolls of the Megilloth CD (Intense Records)

    Yeah, I've been going off a little bit lately.
     
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    Krilons Resa High Infidelity

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    Well, I had a few in the collection already but am deep diving into their discography and it's insane how prolific they are. The number is actually around 12 Melvins CD's that I've bought in the past week.

    As I've said previously, I am on an absolute fucking BENDER right now with CD purchases. I'm catching up on all the late 80's through 90's shit that I completely missed out on for one reason or another. Going through my discogs, I've bought close to 150 CD's in the past 1.5-2 months or so.

    The 90's were Rock music's last gasp...
     
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    Krilons Resa High Infidelity

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    This was me 15 years ago.
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    I've never heard a Melvins song.

    Yeah, this year has been an insane music collecting year for me too. I'm not sure if I'm on your pace, but pretty close. I've probably bought more music this year than the 5 or so years I was into metal before (probably because I'm not 16 anymore). I've added hundreds of items (CDs, Vinyl, cassettes, DVDs) this year.

    Yeah, I've seen a LOT of your old posts on the Doom threads I've been reading in the archives. I probably would have discovered this stuff a long time ago if I'd stayed on it, but I'm glad to have found it now. I haven't been this excited about a sub-genre since I first got into Black Metal some 16-17 years ago.
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    Pretty much all the rest of the Saint Vitus and The Obsessed stuff
    All Count Raven albums on vinyl
    Spirit Caravan - The Last Embrace 2 CD dealy
    Place of Skulls - As a Dog Returns CD
    Black With Stars - S/T CD
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    Y'all ordered from shadowkingdomrecords.com? How are they?
     
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    Solid. No worries. Them and Hells Headbangers are great.

    If you dont use it, check out www.themetaldetektor.com for the possible cheapest prices. They are linked to over 200 online stores
     
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    Tim is the man. Been ordering from for years (not in a while though) ever since he was originally Evil Legend Records.
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    Thanks boyos. I'll place an order soon.

    These came in:

    Cirith Ungol - King of Dead CD
    Pentagram - Last Rites CD
    Iron Man - The Passage CD
    Iron Man - Generation Void CD
    Well of Souls - S/T CD
    Cold Mourning - Lower Than Low CD
    Skepticism - Stormcrowfleet CD (I'm not really into Funeral Doom but everyone says this is the best FD album so I'll try)
    The Skull - For Those Which Are Asleep LP
    The Skull - The Endless Road Turns Dark LP
    Paramaecium - Exhumed of the Earth DLP
     
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    Ellestin one-click buy

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    Dunno about the "best" but it's certainly a paragon record, although the same could be said of Thergothon's Stream from the Havens. I don't listen to much funeral doom either but for me, Mournful Congregation is pretty much the be all end all.
     
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    They are on my radar along with Funeral and Asunder as FD options to try. I listened to Stormcrowfleet three times before I bought it and was not enthused. But I figured it's a grower so I went for it.
     
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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    I wasn't expecting this when I bought from one of those eBay thrift sellers, but I'll take it.

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    Opeth17 Bill Ward's Red Pants

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    Slow Horse - Slow Horse CD
    Orodruin - Epicurean Mass CD
    Internal Void - Unearthed CD
    Well of Souls - Sorrow My Name CD (John Calvin lives!)
     
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    If you dig Slow Horse, be sure to get their second album, II.
     
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    HA! I remember Slow Horse. Two solid albums.

    Never could get into Internal Void, but Unearthed was the best one, imo.

    If you like sloooooow trad doom, check out Reverend Bizarre. Im sure youll find lots of posts in this forum about them.
     
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    As soon as I saw that Slow Horse covered Chris Isaak I was SOOOOOLLLDDDDD.

    I've seen you recommending Internal Void in old threads. Did you used to like them and it didn't stick or were you just recommending them because you thought others would like them? I was a little meh when I listened to the first, but when I tried Unearthed it started to click and then I went back and liked the first more. We'll see how they do over time.

    In most cases, the slower it is, the less likely it is that I'll enjoy it. I sampled a little Reverend Bizarre and did not like the music or the lyrics.
     

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