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Discussion in 'Old School Metal Discussion' started by JonnyD, Jul 2, 2005.
That's cool, didn't know that...Wonder were Gustav Holst stole it
You're not so much into buying albums as you are discographies?
Some really nice choices you got there btw..
I haven't bought a lot of metal lately:
Dire Straits - Making Movies
Lou Reed - Sally can't Dance
Scafell Pike - Month of Maying (though I think I may already own this one)
I'm waiting for these to come in the mail at any time though:
Agent Steel - Mad Locust Rising
Agony - The First Defiance
Anvil - Forged in Fire
Anvil - Metal on Metal
Blasphereion - Rest in Peaces
Candlemass - Nightfall
Dark Angel - Darkness Descends
Dark Angel - Time Does Not Heal
Exciter - Long Live the Loud
Motörhead - 1916
Nifelheim/Vulcano - Thunder Metal
Therion - Lepaca Kliffoth
Saracen - "Vox In Excelso"
Evil Masquerade - "Fade To Black"
Satyricon - Rebel Extravaganza
Satyricon - Volcano
Falkenbach - Ok Nefra
Falkenbach - Magnii Blandinn
Moonsorrow - Fire Storm EP
Deathspell Omega - Chaining the Kactechon
I didn't mind this release. Was basically a thrashier version of Firewind.
Curiously I was thinking that some songs sound like a beefed Firewind now that I'm listening to it again. But I don't mind, the previous EM efforts were not this energetic so I welcome this one. By moments also reminds me of Majestic/Time Requiem were Apollo used to sing. I guess is a perception thing.
Turisas - The Varangian Way
- Ra Ra Rasputin.
Fantastic band ala Alestorm. They blew Dragonforce off the stage when I saw them a few months back.
I like Boney M's version better
I bought some CDs this time:
Mourn - Mourn
Sleep - Sleep's Holy Mountain
Ocean Chief - Tor
Candlemass - Chapter VI
Sacrilege - Turn Back Trilobite
Toxic Shock - Between Good and Evil
Nemesis - The Day of Retribution
Satyricon - Dark Medieval Times
Forefather - Engla Tocyme
Sarcofago - INRI
Death Breath - Stinking Up the Night
Artch - Another Return
Artch - For the Shake of Mankind
Hollow - Architect of Mind
Barren Cross - Hotter Than Hell Live
Syrus - Syrus
Tyrant (UK) - The Days At the Farm
Oblivion Knight - Oblivion Knight
Valor - Destiny's Path
Heathendom - Nescience
CJSS - Kings of the World
Warrior (US) - Fighting for the Earth
Tourniquet - Stop the Bleeding
Morgana Leafy - Maleficium
Morgana Lefay - The Seventh Seal
Morgana Lefay - The Secret Doctrine
Morgana Lefay - Sanctified
Mark Free - Long Way From Love
This is my first "haul" post...
Journey - Frontiers - probably my fave Journey album
RUSH - Signals - almost have their complete discography
Megadeth - That One Night in Buenos Aires - great double live album
Metal Church - This Present Wasteland - has its moments
RUSH - Snakes & Arrows Live DVD - can never have enough live Rush
In This Moment - Beautiful Tragedy - some modern metal to spice things up
Uriah Heep - Demons & Wizards - with bonus tracks
Jethro Tull - Best of Acoustic - good compilation
Journey - Revelations - better than I expected
Kamelot - Ghost Opera The Second Coming - with bonus live disc
Awesome. Artch was fantastic. Shame they didn't release more.
Lemme know how that Barren Cross is. Quite funny, our bass player met their singer on a plane a few years ago.
Is the Warrior the recent reissue (or has that come out yet?)
Warrior is the Ten Records issue from 1990. At least, that's what the eBay seller listed (the CD has not arrived yet, like the Barren Cross one).
ACDC - Back in Black ($3)
Saigon Kick - Water (Horribly mediocre)
Priest - Turbo (original)
Riot - Privilege of Power (I really dig this disc, all the spoken word stuff in between songs goes on for too long though).
Gamma Ray - Hell Yeah DVD
Gamma Ray - No World Order
Helloween - Walls of Jericho expanded edition
Helloween - Metal Jukebox
HammerFall - Steel Meets Steel
Whitesnake - Slip Of the Tonge
Iron Fire - Blade of Triumph
Excalion - Waterlines
Rage - Carved In Stone
HammerFall - No Sacrifice, No Victory
Funny I went to bed yestarday with that album, a bit odd in the mix with all the samplers, but great songs.
Sabaton - "Metalizer". I found it used today, curiously is the jewel case version but it has the 'Jawbreaker' cover that supposedly only comes in the digipack version. I paid $13, the best you can find new is $15.49 on backorder and that before S&H, so it was a good purchase (I already have the'"Fist For Fight" album/demo? so I never was compelled to get this one before).
Queensryche Rage For Order (Vinyl) - I now own this Remastered, original master (CD), on vinyl and cassette + Mp3s. Now I just need a 5.1 Mix
KISS - Psycho Circus (2 Disc) - Extra disc is live material. Got it for $5 and couldn't resist.
Iron Maiden - Millers (Original Master) - 'nuff said
Riot - Through the Storm - I frigging LOVE this band! Both of their discs I just bought rule!
Kiss - Dressed To Kill (Original) - $3, couldn't resist.
Jimi Hendrix - The Blues ($3) - Bought it for my dad.
WASP - Crimson Idol - haven't heard this one but it better be as good as everyone on this board claims it to be!
Blissed - Corrosive - Robert Sweet's band, we almost ended up playing with them in Windsor. Decent melodic modern hard rock.
Loudness - "Hurricane Eyes" (surprisingly heavier than "Lightning Strikes")
Scale The Summit - "Carving Desert Canyons"
Forte - "Stranger Than Fiction" (now I have all their albums!)
Edensong - "The Fruit Fallen"
Tetrafusion - "Absolute Zero"
Leif Edling - "Songs Of Torment, Songs Of Joy"
Lion's Share - "Dark Hours" (US digipack version)
Candlemass - "Chapter VI" (ltd.ed.)
Metalucifer - "Heavy Metal Bulldozer"
Hellhound - "Metal Fire From Hell"
Hammerfall - "No Sacrifice, No Victory"
Wolf - "Ravenous"
good shit from the past few weeks
Children of Bodom- Hatebreeder- the only album of theirs i didn't have
""-something Wild-reacquired it after losing it
Exodus- The Atrocity Exhibition exhibit a- my favorite album by them thus far, i prefer they're newer material (tempo of the damned) over their older stuff although bonded by blood is pretty wicked
Judas Priest-Whole Discography- had a friend stick it all on a flash drive for me havent gotten to listen to most of it yet although the song hell is home is pretty wicked
Napalm Death- the code is red long live the code- grindcore at its finest
peace out my brothers and sisters