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Like the "What movies did you last get?"-thread, here's one for albums. No illegal downloads, only legally bought (digital) albums.
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Yesterday arrived in the mail:
Riverside - Shrine of new generation slaves :)
Dunderbeist - Songs of the buried
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I've mentioned this on other threads, but: the House of 1000 Corpses soundtrack back in 2004 :D
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mightysparks on Feb 15 2013, 11:57:03 AM wrote:I've mentioned this on other threads, but: the House of 1000 Corpses soundtrack back in 2004 :D
Yeah, I knew this wasn't going to be your kind of thread. :D
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I never buy any albums anymore nor do I illegally download. Pay for Spotify (which is legal). Love it.
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I preordered the new Bowie album when it was announced.
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Haven't bought much albums lately, already have a fairly large collection so there are space limitations, but my collection is mostly classic rock/prog.
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Got a couple for Christmas - the new Willy Mason and the 'new' Radiohead (King of Limbs). also Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Will try and pick up the new Nick Cave at some point soon.
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I haven't bought much albums lately, but I've bought plenty of EPs. The last one is "The 95 Champ Street Sessions" (Theodore, Paul & Gabriel)
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For Christmas I got Death Grips' The Money Store, Brain Eno's Here Come the Warm Jets, My Bloody Valentine's Loveless, Public Enemy's Apocalypse 91...The Enemy Strikes Black, and Andy Stott's Luxury Problems. I'm gonna order the Peter Brotzmann and Merzbow/Wolf Eyes/Richard Pinhas live albums that I attended back in 2011, and possibly Max Richter's remake of Vivaldi's Four Seasons and the Prison Songs compilation.
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brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 12:21:18 PM wrote:Got a couple for Christmas - the new Willy Mason and the 'new' Radiohead (King of Limbs). also Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Will try and pick up the new Nick Cave at some point soon.
Today the Nick Cave concert went into presale. I really want to go, but don't know if I want to go alone. None of my friends listen to the same music as I do. :(
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I had a dream last night that I had 6 Bowie tickets for a concert (all 500 dollars a pop) and I almost forgot to go and sell the other ones.
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joachimt on Feb 15 2013, 12:38:49 PM wrote:None of my friends listen to the same music as I do. :(
hehe, the usual problem, right? ;) but don't worry, we're the cool weirdos :D
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Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
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I finally got my hands on a vinyl copy of Dead Lovers' Sarabande by Sopor Aeternus & The Ensemble Of Shadows. Have been looking for it for years.
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ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 12:44:56 PM wrote:Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
haha, Kate Bush scary, that's a new one :lol:
yeah, it's great there are forums like these and music sites where people with similar tastes can discuss and share!
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I just bought Dropkick Murphys's last album Signed an Sealed in Blood, and Slipknot's Vol. 3
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I think the last album I physically purchased was Flying Lotus - Until the Quiet Comes. Right before that was a 20 album Miles Davis boxset, I think. I don't buy many physical albums.
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CD: 3/1/2007: The Clash - London Calling, Kate Bush - Never for Ever, Johnny Cash - The Essential Johnny Cash
LP: 2008ish: Johnny Cash - At San Quentin, The Doors - The Doors and a couple more I can't recollect.
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ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 12:44:56 PM wrote:Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
Are they actually concerts or do you just go to local building sites and factories and rock out to the harsh noise tehe
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joachimt on Feb 15 2013, 12:38:49 PM wrote:
brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 12:21:18 PM wrote:Got a couple for Christmas - the new Willy Mason and the 'new' Radiohead (King of Limbs). also Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Will try and pick up the new Nick Cave at some point soon.
Today the Nick Cave concert went into presale. I really want to go, but don't know if I want to go alone. None of my friends listen to the same music as I do. :(
Saw Bad Seeds touring Dig Lazarus Dig. Enjoyed it plenty, but I have to say Cave's voice is not so impressive live as on record. and with tickets over £40 I ain't gonna be going this time :pinch:
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brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 02:08:47 PM wrote:
ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 12:44:56 PM wrote:Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
Are they actually concerts or do you just go to local building sites and factories and rock out to the harsh noise tehe
I once went to a Faust concert in Paris, and they had put stuff in the room that made it smell like manure. They were literally drilling holes in metal barrels and sawing stuff. It was horrible, my friend and I left after 20 minutes.

And to think that the same venue had Arcade Fire when they weren't famous for 15 euros, and the concert ended on Wake Up and them going in the streets of Paris followed by the entire audience. I lived across the street at the time and was probably watching a movie...

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brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 02:11:52 PM wrote:
joachimt on Feb 15 2013, 12:38:49 PM wrote:
brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 12:21:18 PM wrote:Got a couple for Christmas - the new Willy Mason and the 'new' Radiohead (King of Limbs). also Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs. Will try and pick up the new Nick Cave at some point soon.
Today the Nick Cave concert went into presale. I really want to go, but don't know if I want to go alone. None of my friends listen to the same music as I do. :(
Saw Bad Seeds touring Dig Lazarus Dig. Enjoyed it plenty, but I have to say Cave's voice is not so impressive live as on record. and with tickets over £40 I ain't gonna be going this time :pinch:
Wanted to go during the Dig Lazarus Dig tour. They played one show in The Netherlands that time. Unfortunately that show was planned on the day of my wedding. My wife didn't like the idea of postponing the wedding. ;)
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Kasparius on Feb 15 2013, 02:12:38 PM wrote:I once went to a Faust concert in Paris, and they had put stuff in the room that made it smell like manure. They were literally drilling holes in metal barrels and sawing stuff. It was horrible, my friend and I left after 20 minutes.

And to think that the same venue had Arcade Fire when they weren't famous for 15 euros, and the concert ended on Wake Up and them going in the streets of Paris followed by the entire audience. I lived across the street at the time and was probably watching a movie...

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I saw Arcade Fire in a pretty small venue in their first UK tour. v.good, though no breakout onto the streets of (I think) Bristol! The crowd was a big chin-strokey too-cool-to-dance though. Better at a festival that summer in a big tent when the whole crowd was into it.
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HVM on Feb 15 2013, 01:33:42 PM wrote:CD: 3/1/2007: The Clash - London Calling, Kate Bush - Never for Ever, Johnny Cash - The Essential Johnny Cash
LP: 2008ish: Johnny Cash - At San Quentin, The Doors - The Doors and a couple more I can't recollect.
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brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 02:08:47 PM wrote:
ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 12:44:56 PM wrote:Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
Are they actually concerts or do you just go to local building sites and factories and rock out to the harsh noise tehe
That's actually not a bad idea. And I'm not gonna lie but that Faust concert sounds good. There were 2 concerts in fimav 2011 that I regret not seeing. One of them was Tuvan Throat Singing and another one was one the members of Einstürzende Neubauten who was apparently rubbing rocks against a giant metal sheet.

I have only see 2 concerts that may count as harsh noise. One was Merzbow/Wolf Eyes/Richard Pinhas. It was funny because there was this elderly couple that most likely didn't know what they were going into and were covering their ears the whole time. The other one was this free jazz band called The Thing that played at the annual jazz fest here. At one point the drummer was scraping his cymbal to make this weird noisy sound and as soon as he did that at least half the crowd walked out.

Too bad there's a dry spell here for the past few months with concerts. I've been making a list of all the concerts I've seen: http://rateyourmusic.com/list/ArthurYan ... _seen_dead

Kasparius is lucky. But if I lived in New York I would go broke within a week with the amount of concerts that's happening there. I would the happiest man alive if I attended this:
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ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 02:59:15 PM wrote:
brokenface on Feb 15 2013, 02:08:47 PM wrote:
ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 12:44:56 PM wrote:Yea I go to local concerts alone cause I can't find anyone else. I do my best to hide my music taste from everyone (if you saw my list you know why). Last year one of my classmates somehow found out that my favorite artist is Kate Bush and said that her music is way too scary. If that's too scary for him then I hope he will never find out about the other music I hear or else he might think I'm some sadistic killer or something.
Are they actually concerts or do you just go to local building sites and factories and rock out to the harsh noise tehe
That's actually not a bad idea. And I'm not gonna lie but that Faust concert sounds good. There were 2 concerts in fimav 2011 that I regret not seeing. One of them was Tuvan Throat Singing and another one was one the members of Einstürzende Neubauten who was apparently rubbing rocks against a giant metal sheet.

I have only see 2 concerts that may count as harsh noise. One was Merzbow/Wolf Eyes/Richard Pinhas. It was funny because there was this elderly couple that most likely didn't know what they were going into and were covering their ears the whole time. The other one was this free jazz band called The Thing that played at the annual jazz fest here. At one point the drummer was scraping his cymbal to make this weird noisy sound and as soon as he did that at least half the crowd walked out.

Too bad there's a dry spell here for the past few months with concerts. I've been making a list of all the concerts I've seen: http://rateyourmusic.com/list/ArthurYan ... _seen_dead

Kasparius is lucky. But if I lived in New York I would go broke within a week with the amount of concerts that's happening there. I would the happiest man alive if I attended this:
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Jesus that's an interesting sound :satstunned:

seeing Venetian Snares was too much for me 'cause he's impossible to dance to. I don't even know what you do to that except run away from it very fast.

"another one was one the members of Einstürzende Neubauten who was apparently rubbing rocks against a giant metal sheet."

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ArthurYanthar on Feb 15 2013, 02:59:15 PM wrote: I have only see 2 concerts that may count as harsh noise. One was Merzbow/Wolf Eyes/Richard Pinhas. It was funny because there was this elderly couple that most likely didn't know what they were going into and were covering their ears the whole time. The other one was this free jazz band called The Thing that played at the annual jazz fest here. At one point the drummer was scraping his cymbal to make this weird noisy sound and as soon as he did that at least half the crowd walked out.
I think I've been to two or three Merzbow concerts, if I'm ever going to another one I'll need those custom earplugs musicians use.
The Thing is one of those bands I never understand why people like so much, the same goes for most other projects by Paal Nilssen-Love and Mats Gustafsson. It's kinda weird because I like a lot of the other bands that are similar to The Thing.

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Bob Dylan - Blood on Tracks. Best album ever
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I ordered three cd's today:

New keepers of the water towers - The cosmic child
Heaven's basement - Filthy empire
IQ - Dark matter (finally, bal3x :thumbsup: )
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joachimt on May 9 2013, 07:50:07 AM wrote:I ordered three cd's today:

New keepers of the water towers - The cosmic child
Heaven's basement - Filthy empire
IQ - Dark matter (finally, bal3x :thumbsup: )
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I just ordered four cd's.

Leprous - Coal: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OXSmM2zBwU

The Ocean - Pelagial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfZMTDcqKnQ

Rings of Saturn - Dingir: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPe9OD9a0Qs

Affector - Harmageddon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmNTw3WpXbA
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I think the last album I ever bought was before the Internet :lol:
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Shall I buy this? :wub:

http://dreamtheater.warnerartists.net/e ... &u=4657111

I bought this kind of box the last two albums, but it's a lot of money.
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joachimt on Aug 6 2013, 11:57:17 AM wrote:Shall I buy this? :wub:

http://dreamtheater.warnerartists.net/e ... &u=4657111

I bought this kind of box the last two albums, but it's a lot of money.
I wouldn't pay 80 EUR for DT, but that's probably just me :lol: Mind you, I do have a number of sets, some of them cost more than that...
I don't think you should be asking such questions though, if you like their catalogue go for it, this is not a popularity contest, you should not be asking permission from folks to buy stuff :P
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bal3x on Aug 6 2013, 12:48:36 PM wrote:
joachimt on Aug 6 2013, 11:57:17 AM wrote:Shall I buy this? :wub:

http://dreamtheater.warnerartists.net/e ... &u=4657111

I bought this kind of box the last two albums, but it's a lot of money.
I wouldn't pay 80 EUR for DT, but that's probably just me :lol:
I don't think you should be asking such questions though, if you like their catalogue go for it, this is not a popularity contest, you should not be asking permission from folks to buy stuff :P
It was more like I was thinking out loud. ;)

I love DT. It was my introduction to metal (not an easy introduction, I know), when I was 14 or 15. A few years ago I wouldn't hesitate buying this, but now I do because...
1. ... I'm older and put things in perspective. What's the use of buying such a box, if I only listen to the regular CD?
2. ... such a box takes a lot of space. It's easier storing a normal sized CD (don't start about storing downloads :angry: ).
3. ... I feel my love for DT has decreased a little bit since Mike Portnoy left the band.

I'll think about it a few days...
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Yeah, I understand the dilemma.. I've had this many times so I know :) I just guess eventually you need to make a decision and you must not regret it, it's always a stupid idea to regret your purchases. Just do it, enjoy it and move on. I've never been a big fan of DT myself, I do like a couple of their earlier albums, but really not a big fan of the band on the whole.
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And I was wondering if I should spend 8 Euros on a Ben Webster L.P., this morning. :lol:

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Gershwin on Aug 6 2013, 01:11:49 PM wrote:And I was wondering if I should spend 8 Euros on a Ben Webster L.P., this morning. :lol:

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joachimt on Aug 6 2013, 11:57:17 AM wrote:Shall I buy this? :wub:

http://dreamtheater.warnerartists.net/e ... &u=4657111

I bought this kind of box the last two albums, but it's a lot of money.
IMO Dream Theater is one of the worst bands ever, so I wouldn't buy that :P
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