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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Matt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03 Apr 2010 at 3:38pm
Originally posted by Raff Raff wrote:

Now, in order to keep the Metal purchases thread dedicated to our favourite genre, I think it would be a good idea to have a separate thread for everything non-metal that we have recently bought. Personally, I have no problems with seeing classical, jazz, world-music or 'other' rock CDs listed in the Metal Purchases thread, but some members might - so, this solution should make everyone happySmile.

I have therefore opened such a thread in the General Music Discussions section, and moved Lucas' post there. Please, feel free to make use of that new thread whenever you want to display your most recent non-metal findsWink!
  I wanna keep it Metal Raff and when the Jazz one comes on that will be the same. Believe it or not I will stick to the genre on each siteEmbarrassed Prog Archives wellBig smile Progressive music though is a melting pot with all the influences thrown in. ( Thats my excuse) but Metal RulesRawks better say that or Ouch
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Rammstein ,,,,,,,,,,,,,Rosenrot Big smile
 
Lamb of God.............Ashes of the Wake ( on saleWink)
 
Orphaned Land with Mr Steven Wilson involved
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Just picked up a lot of goodies at my record store for only $43!! Big smile

On CD:

Savatage - Sirens
Savatage - The Dungeons Are Calling
Savatage - Dead Winter Dead
Savatage - Streets: A Rock Opera (it's about time I bought this on disc...)
Astra - The Weirding
Paradise Lost - Shades of God
Guns N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Shadowfax - Folksongs for a Nuclear Village

On LP:

Anthony Phillips - Wise After the Event
Anthony Phillips - The Geese and The Ghost
Lucio Battisti - Il Mio Canto Libero
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Vehemency Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Apr 2010 at 2:01pm
$43 for that amount of stuff, including LPs, whew...

Today ordered some O.A.A. (a group of black metal bands from Australia) tapes:

Atra Sacramentum - S/T
Ill Omen - Adverse Order
Ill Omen - Spear of Salvation
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote J-Man Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 06 Apr 2010 at 2:48pm
Originally posted by Vehemency Vehemency wrote:

$43 for that amount of stuff, including LPs, whew...



All used LP's were $1.99. Big smile
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Today I bought :
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Originally posted by lucas lucas wrote:

Today I bought :




How is that Morbid Angel album? I don't have that one...
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That Yngwie album is one of the most important albums of the 80's...a classic.
 
My recent purchase is long overdue:
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So my Century Media order came today and my grab bag contained the following albums:
 
In This Moment - The Dream
Andromeda - Extension of the Wish
Angel Dust - Of Human Bondage
Mercenary - The Hours That Remain
Maroon - When Worlds Colide
Octinomos - f**khole Armageddon
Sepulchral Feast: A Tribute to Sepultura
Visionaries of the Macabre, Vol. II: An Evil Elite
 
The Octinomos album is terrible, but the others are alright. To my suprise In This Moment are actually somewhat decent in a so bad it's good way.
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Edguy - Rocket Ride (2005)
Gamma Ray - Majestic (2005)

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Helloween - "Unarmed", which horribly, horribly sucks, so much so that I returned it to the store Cry
 
Before that, "Feel The Steel" by Steel Panther which rocks Smile
 
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Just returned from a very disappointing record fair. 
Was expecting to buy some more music, but it's just:

Isis - Wavering Radiant
My Dying Bride - Turn Loose The Swans
Anathema - Alternative 4
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Originally posted by J-Man J-Man wrote:

Originally posted by lucas lucas wrote:

Today I bought :




How is that Morbid Angel album? I don't have that one...
It's my favourite of theirs. I first listened to it around 17 years ago (on a tape), and I am still enjoying it very much. It's brutal and technical.
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Just bought:

Black Sabbath - Never Say Die!
Black Sabbath - Seventh Star
Bloodbath - Resurrection Through Carnage
Megadeth - Countdown to Extinction
Infectious Grooves - Groove Family Cyco

girfriend bought:

Oranssi Pazuzu - Muukalainen puhuu
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Originally posted by topofsm topofsm wrote:

I just picked up At the Gates' Slaughter of the Soul and Megadeth's Rust in Peace, since they're both classics I had yet to hear. RIP of course is great, Slaughter not so much.
 
I also got another replacement physical copy of Tool's Lateralus but I don't consider it metal. Wink


Man, "Slaughter of the Soul" basically changed Swedish Death Metal and the surrounding Nordic
Countries. A VERY influencial Album, but hey, its pretty heavy stuff.
"Rust in Piece"  reinvigorated the Thrash movement into more Technical Compositions, thanks to
Marty Friedman (who I was a Fan of YEARS before that Megadeth Album came out).
Excellent choices me thinks Big smile.
Its Funny how Tool splits up the Metal and Prog Community, I think theyre both Wink.
I like'em.

My Recent Purchases (for the past few months, I dont get to spend as much as I used to
and I dont buy on-line), Anything highlighted in Blue are for donations to Progulus.com:
Prog Metal:
1. Orphaned Land- The Never Ending Way Of ORwarriOR
2. Stonehenge- Angelo Salutante (Used)
3. Leprous- Tall Poppy Syndrome (Used) Death Prog Metal ala' Opeth.
4. Cains Offering- Gather the Faithful (Used) Power/Prog Metal.
5. Entwined- Dancing Under Glass (Used) A rare find! A bit Dark Wave-ish
but a Male "Rough Thrash-like" voice.

Post-Prog Metal/ Wacko
1. Primus- Miscellaneous Debris (Used) Been wanting to get this for awhile,
5 remakes of unusual songs (except "Have a Cigar").

Death/Math Metal:
1. Augury- Fragmentary Evidence
2. Meshuggah- I (Used)
3. Soilwork- Figure Number Five (Used)
4. Soilwork- The Chainheart Machine (Promo)
5. Ihshan- angL (Used)

Thats it for now Smile

Other purchases around same time (if anyone cares to see it)-
Prog Rock
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1. Karmakanic- Who's the Boss in the Factory (Used) These guys get a
bit heavy, much like Enchant.
2. Negus- Dare to Dream (Used) "Steve Negus", original Drummer of
Saga. Cool Find!
3. Saga- Generation 13 (Used)
4. Victor (Used) Alex Lifeson of Rush, 1st and only Solo Album. I dont
see it around much anymore, so I bought it to replace my "Promo" version.
5. Native Window- Debut (Used) I hate to say this, very disapointing Cry
I'm a HUGE Kansas Fan, basically its Kansas without Steve Walsh with
Bassist Billy Greer on Vocals.  This Album sounds like modern Pop
Country, with "tinges" of Prog.  I can see that Walsh is probably the moving
force behind Kansas, if Kerry Livgren isn't in the line-up.
Rock:
1. Jefferson Starship- Modern Times
Its about fricken time! I've waited for 25 Years for this to be released on
CD (I only have it on LP, and I havent had a Turn-Table for 15 YearsCry). 
Some songs get a bit Proggie, and "ALIEN" is worth the whole album.








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My last purchases are Black label society/1919 eternal, Whiplash/Power and pain-Ticket to mayhem, Various artists/Grind madness at the BBC.    The last month i also bought Morbid angel/Abominations of desolation,Scorpions/Love at first sting and Halford/Wintersongs.
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A Perfect Circle- Thirteenth Step


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Probably my last Metal purchase for a while:

Bleeding Through - Bleeding Through
 
Probably the best Metalcore album that will be released this year.
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Finally managed to get my hands on this Smile And on the same trip found the out of print albums Headless Cross and Tyr in the library Clap
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