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Discussion in 'ProgPower USA' started by Jasonic, Dec 2, 2010.
Amophis: You I Need
Rhapsody of Fire: Aeons of Raging Darkness
November's Doom: Aphotic
How is it?
I've been listening to a lot of Amorphis lately.
I do not understand some of the negativity of this album. I thought it was yet another great album by them.
Can't wait for tonight.
I still don't get this album title and cover. Doesn't seem to fit them at all. How is it though?
I still need to listen to it a couple more times to have a definite opinion, though. So far, it sounds like another Hammerfall disc, only a bit darker. The first track has an old-school doom metal feel throughout most of it... and then the typical Hammerfall-Helloween'esque section...
Dirty Looks - Turn of the Screw
Winger - Karma
Tyketto - Don't Come Easy
Vixen - Rev It Up
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Look what i just found in the rhapsody catalog
Perfect cooking music... Naturally accompanied by a good ale.
A band I have been meaning to check out. I found a double live LP at a used shop for 2 bucks. Still have to listen to it though. I've heard good things.
You should check them out for sure. But beware... Quo is one of those bands that has released both incredibly good albums and also some real duds...
If the LP you bought is "Live" from 1973, you are in for a treat...
Other recommended albums are:
On the Level
Blue for You
These are all heavy, bluesy 70's hard rock.
Then they had a period between 77-81 where they were a bit thinner sounding but still good (i.e. Rockin' all over the World, Just Supposin' etc).
Beware of buying stuff released after -81. There are some excellent albums but also some really scary stuff...
Awesome album cover, who says not to judge a book by its cover?