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Post by Chilton » May 5th, 2014, 11:35 pm

joachimt on May 5 2014, 01:36:06 AM wrote:OMG, you work with Peter Vermeersch? :woot:
He is an absolute genius!!!! His work with X-Legged Sally is amazing. "The land of the giant dwarfs" is one of my favorite Belgian albums ever. I've got all the Flat Earth Society albums as well as the two albums by A Group, great works also. I even got some more experimental classical stuff like "De oplosbare vis" and also his soundtrack for Lubitsch's "The Oyster Princess". Out of his early days, I've got Rosas Danst Rosas on vinyl.

Can you please do something for me? Can you ask him if he still has copies of the X-Legged Sally albums? These haven't been available for years. I've tried to track them down for more than 10 years and gave up a few years ago. I only got "The land of the giant dwarfs", "Immer das Selbe Gelogen" and "Bereft of a Blissful Union". So I really like to get my hands on:
Slow-Up (1991)
Killed By Charity (1993)
Eggs and Ashes (1994)
Fired (1996)

At this moment "Eggs and Ashes" is for sale on eBay, but it costs 65 euro. :(
If I ever run into him, I'll ask :lol:

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Post by joachimt » May 6th, 2014, 8:02 am

Chilton on May 5 2014, 05:35:02 PM wrote:
joachimt on May 5 2014, 01:36:06 AM wrote:OMG, you work with Peter Vermeersch? :woot:
He is an absolute genius!!!! His work with X-Legged Sally is amazing. "The land of the giant dwarfs" is one of my favorite Belgian albums ever. I've got all the Flat Earth Society albums as well as the two albums by A Group, great works also. I even got some more experimental classical stuff like "De oplosbare vis" and also his soundtrack for Lubitsch's "The Oyster Princess". Out of his early days, I've got Rosas Danst Rosas on vinyl.

Can you please do something for me? Can you ask him if he still has copies of the X-Legged Sally albums? These haven't been available for years. I've tried to track them down for more than 10 years and gave up a few years ago. I only got "The land of the giant dwarfs", "Immer das Selbe Gelogen" and "Bereft of a Blissful Union". So I really like to get my hands on:
Slow-Up (1991)
Killed By Charity (1993)
Eggs and Ashes (1994)
Fired (1996)

At this moment "Eggs and Ashes" is for sale on eBay, but it costs 65 euro. :(
If I ever run into him, I'll ask :lol:
Is that place you work so big? :(
I'm tempted now to pay that 65 euro...
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Post by Kasparius » May 7th, 2014, 12:49 am

Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness at The Wiz in Rego Park,Ny in October 1995.

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Post by joachimt » May 15th, 2014, 7:43 pm

I couldn't resist any longer. I just spent 67 euros on "Eggs and ashes" by X-Legged Sally. :)
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Post by bobbybrown » May 15th, 2014, 10:05 pm

I distinctly recall listening to X-Legged Sally albums about five years ago, and now can't remember anything except cover-art and that their music was too complex for me to decipher after several listenings. Comparisons with Zappa left me quite puzzled, although reviews might have meant his more jazz fusion-y stuff which I'm not a fan of.

@joachimt, all their albums that you're looking for are on rutracker @ mp3 320kbps.

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Post by joachimt » May 16th, 2014, 7:10 am

bobbybrown on May 15 2014, 04:05:43 PM wrote:@joachimt, all their albums that you're looking for are on rutracker @ mp3 320kbps.
Thanks, Ill check the rest out. :thumbsup:
Still like original cd's, though. B)
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Post by Nuclearplanet » June 9th, 2014, 6:55 am

The Rocky Horror Picture show ftw!

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Post by XxXApathy420XxX » June 13th, 2014, 10:06 pm

About time I got my first Tuvan throat singing album. My dog seemed really into the cover at first but then he started biting it.

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Post by joachimt » August 3rd, 2014, 5:46 pm

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I rarely buy live-albums these days, but I made an exception for this one. The reason: as a bonus-disc you get the full debut album!! I didn't have it yet, so good deal. :)

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Post by Buksemannen » August 6th, 2014, 3:36 pm

The Cold Vein is simply a masterpiece!!!

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Post by joachimt » August 6th, 2014, 7:44 pm

I'm doing the opposite today. The cd-shelves are getting too full, so I just selected 23 cd's to remove from my collection. The shelves were full when we moved into this house 8 years ago. My wife is happy I have managed to clean things up now and then, so the total collection hasn't grown since.
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Post by Lammetje » August 7th, 2014, 10:51 pm

joachimt on Aug 6 2014, 01:44:38 PM wrote:I'm doing the opposite today. The cd-shelves are getting too full, so I just selected 23 cd's to remove from my collection. The shelves were full when we moved into this house 8 years ago. My wife is happy I have managed to clean things up now and then, so the total collection hasn't grown since.
I sure hope you aren't proud of that. Collections need to grow, not shrink! ;)
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Post by joachimt » August 8th, 2014, 7:26 am

Lammetje on Aug 7 2014, 04:51:55 PM wrote:
joachimt on Aug 6 2014, 01:44:38 PM wrote:I'm doing the opposite today. The cd-shelves are getting too full, so I just selected 23 cd's to remove from my collection. The shelves were full when we moved into this house 8 years ago. My wife is happy I have managed to clean things up now and then, so the total collection hasn't grown since.
I sure hope you aren't proud of that. Collections need to grow, not shrink! ;)
I used to think that ten years ago, but my collection kept growing very fast back then. I think it was already at 2200 cd's when my wife and I started living together. There were piles of cd's on top of the shelves because it didn't fit anymore. Then I cleaned out stuff I probably wouldn't play ever again. Since then my collection stayed between 1800 and 1900 cd's which is nice.

My movie collection on the other hand......
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Post by joachimt » September 19th, 2014, 9:45 am

I just ordered three albums:

1. Haken - Visions


2. Opeth - Heritage

...and something completely different:
3. Magnus - Where neon goes to die
(with Tom Barman, Deus)
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Post by bal3x » September 19th, 2014, 1:07 pm

joachimt on Sep 19 2014, 03:45:04 AM wrote:Opeth - Heritage
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Post by Knaldskalle » September 19th, 2014, 5:51 pm

bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 07:07:40 AM wrote:
joachimt on Sep 19 2014, 03:45:04 AM wrote:Opeth - Heritage
:poshclap:
I thought it was meh. It lacks a certain... warmth or soul. Their new one sounds more interesting, just based on the two tracks I've heard so far.
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Post by bal3x » September 19th, 2014, 5:56 pm

Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 11:51:10 AM wrote:
bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 07:07:40 AM wrote:
joachimt on Sep 19 2014, 03:45:04 AM wrote:Opeth - Heritage
:poshclap:
I thought it was meh. It lacks a certain... warmth or soul. Their new one sounds more interesting, just based on the two tracks I've heard so far.
But I thought you said you don't like metal? :P As to Opeth, I think they've been extremely consistent, haven't heard a poor effort from them so far, but, sure, some folks will prefer one album over another, that's pretty normal :)

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Post by Knaldskalle » September 19th, 2014, 6:06 pm

bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 11:56:53 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 11:51:10 AM wrote:
bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 07:07:40 AM wrote: :poshclap:
I thought it was meh. It lacks a certain... warmth or soul. Their new one sounds more interesting, just based on the two tracks I've heard so far.
But I thought you said you don't like metal? :P As to Opeth, I think they've been extremely consistent, haven't heard a poor effort from them so far, but, sure, some folks will prefer one album over another, that's pretty normal :)
Heh, indeed, me no like metal, that's why I gave Heritage a spin! :P I just know people freaked out about it not being (death) metal at all - and others loved it for that same reason. I like the idea of Heritage better than the result. Maybe I'll give it another try.
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Post by joachimt » September 19th, 2014, 6:31 pm

Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 12:06:02 PM wrote:
bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 11:56:53 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 11:51:10 AM wrote:I thought it was meh. It lacks a certain... warmth or soul. Their new one sounds more interesting, just based on the two tracks I've heard so far.
But I thought you said you don't like metal? :P As to Opeth, I think they've been extremely consistent, haven't heard a poor effort from them so far, but, sure, some folks will prefer one album over another, that's pretty normal :)
Heh, indeed, me no like metal, that's why I gave Heritage a spin! :P I just know people freaked out about it not being (death) metal at all - and others loved it for that same reason. I like the idea of Heritage better than the result. Maybe I'll give it another try.
I gave Heritage about 10 tries before deciding to buy it. Don't give up too soon.

Their latest album is also on my to-buy-list. I enjoyed it a lot quicker than Heritage.

I really don't have problems with bands evolving like that. I've got albums of Anathema from their earliest days till now (although I enjoy their recent work the most) and I even still like Pain of Salvation (although I enjoy their old work the most).
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Post by Kowry » September 19th, 2014, 6:53 pm

Opeth is just :sleeping:

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Post by joachimt » September 19th, 2014, 7:11 pm

Kowry on Sep 19 2014, 12:53:35 PM wrote:Opeth is just :sleeping:
In general? Or only their latest two albums? I can't imagine anyone calling Blackwater Park " :sleeping: ".
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Post by bal3x » September 19th, 2014, 7:12 pm

Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 12:06:02 PM wrote:
bal3x on Sep 19 2014, 11:56:53 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Sep 19 2014, 11:51:10 AM wrote:I thought it was meh. It lacks a certain... warmth or soul. Their new one sounds more interesting, just based on the two tracks I've heard so far.
But I thought you said you don't like metal? :P As to Opeth, I think they've been extremely consistent, haven't heard a poor effort from them so far, but, sure, some folks will prefer one album over another, that's pretty normal :)
Heh, indeed, me no like metal, that's why I gave Heritage a spin! :P I just know people freaked out about it not being (death) metal at all - and others loved it for that same reason. I like the idea of Heritage better than the result. Maybe I'll give it another try.
Yes, I'm well aware of that, but I've got into Opeth more due to my interest in prog, which also includes the heavy end, i.e. death (albeit melodic at times) metal. And Joachimt is very much correct about Opeth (and this actually applies to prog in general) - you need to listen to their albums several times before deciding you don't like them - I'm certainly always discovering new things with each listen. I'd actually recommend to check out Damnation which features their most progressive side, but earlier albums and most notably Still Life and Blackwater Park should certainly be checked out ;)
Kowry on Sep 19 2014, 12:53:35 PM wrote:Opeth is just :sleeping:
That's just like, your opinion, man :whistling:

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Post by Kowry » September 19th, 2014, 7:51 pm

joachimt on Sep 19 2014, 01:11:04 PM wrote:
Kowry on Sep 19 2014, 12:53:35 PM wrote:Opeth is just :sleeping:
In general? Or only their latest two albums? I can't imagine anyone calling Blackwater Park " :sleeping: ".
Blackwater Park was the album that my friend gave me to listen to in high school. Gave it a couple of listens, but didn't get anything out of it. Meandering ten-minute metal songs with tedious interludes and unconvincing growling aren't my thing, even if they have a good riff here and there.

Also saw them live at a music festival last summer. They were very very :sleeping:

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Post by mathiasa » September 19th, 2014, 10:20 pm

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Post by joachimt » September 25th, 2014, 10:51 pm

Look at this beautiful box of Flat Earth Society and X-Legged Sally!
http://fes.be/

I just ordered it. I hope Chilton reads this, because he is the only one here who understands my excitement at this moment.
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Post by Chilton » September 29th, 2014, 11:37 am

joachimt on Sep 25 2014, 04:51:25 PM wrote:Look at this beautiful box of Flat Earth Society and X-Legged Sally!
http://fes.be/

I just ordered it. I hope Chilton reads this, because he is the only one here who understands my excitement at this moment.
:thumbsup: Does this include the albums you were looking for? Too bad they're only available digitally

I went to Rotterdam last weekend and apparently they were there as well and I had no idea :'(

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Post by joachimt » September 29th, 2014, 3:05 pm

Chilton on Sep 29 2014, 05:37:30 AM wrote:
joachimt on Sep 25 2014, 04:51:25 PM wrote:Look at this beautiful box of Flat Earth Society and X-Legged Sally!
http://fes.be/

I just ordered it. I hope Chilton reads this, because he is the only one here who understands my excitement at this moment.
:thumbsup: Does this include the albums you were looking for? Too bad they're only available digitally

I went to Rotterdam last weekend and apparently they were there as well and I had no idea :'(
I have to check at home, which I'll still be missing, but some were unavailable to me before, but I not all my wishes are filled with this. Too bad indeed it's still only digital.
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Post by joachimt » October 3rd, 2014, 7:34 pm

OMG, I really want to buy this LP!!! :woot:
But to be honest, I think 750 euro is a bit too much for half an hour of music. <_<
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Post by joachimt » October 20th, 2014, 8:24 pm

I just ordered two cd's:

Opeth - Pale communion



Flying Colors - Second nature

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Post by Nuclearplanet » October 22nd, 2014, 5:47 pm

Ravi Shankar's Music Festival Of India. Apparently it's out of Print so I was happy to find a copy. :D

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Post by Noirville » October 22nd, 2014, 10:36 pm

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That's an excellent Chantal Goya compilation album! :thumbsup:
I was looking for it on vinyl but it's rather rare and expensive. Maybe one day... or should I just get the CD?

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Post by joachimt » October 24th, 2014, 6:32 pm

I can't get enough of these guys. :circle:
This is a live album from the concert I've been to earlier this year. The bonus-dvd is from another city during that tour.

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Post by CMT » November 11th, 2014, 4:12 pm

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Post by joachimt » December 1st, 2014, 9:12 pm

I just ordered five cd's. :)

Evergrey - Hymns for the broken



Crobot - Something supernatural



Scar Symmetry - The singularity, phase 1: Neohumanity



Lunatic Soul - Walking on a flashlight beam



At the gates - Slaughter of the soul

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