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Old 08-30-05, 04:55 PM
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Busy cd day today...

Bought 3 cds today. I think I may have bought 4 this entire year before that. Certainly the most I've bought in a day.

Picked up the new From Autumn to Ashes, new 30 Seconds to Mars and the new Cold cd.
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Old 08-30-05, 05:19 PM
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Well now, stop the presses!!! Have we got a story here!!!
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Old 08-30-05, 05:25 PM
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Well now, stop the presses!!! Have we got a story here!!!

Yes. We do. My cd purchases should be newsworthy.
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Old 08-30-05, 05:34 PM
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Nothing looks that interesting to me. MAYBE Gilberto Gil's new live album. Maybe Mad Professor's Method to the Madness. And I know eventually I will listen to Late Registration.

So, not agreeing with Deftones.
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And I thought I was into bands that no one's ever heard of.
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Old 08-30-05, 06:24 PM
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All three are definately worthy purchases. I loved the first 30 Seconds to Mars disc, and FATA is always great.
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Originally Posted by Shagrath
All three are definately worthy purchases. I loved the first 30 Seconds to Mars disc, and FATA is always great.
So far, though FATA's disc, and almost done w/ Cold's. Nothing grabbing me, but I'm always the type of person that has to listen to it multiple times to really get into it. Just hard since I bought Fear Factory's disc last week too.
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Old 08-30-05, 06:50 PM
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All I got today was Death Cab for Cutie's CD.

On the 13th I have a big CD day.

The Fray, The Institute, Switchfoot and Trapt.
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Old 08-30-05, 08:08 PM
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Maybe not very popular on certain boards, but I picked up the new Opeth today. I need to let this one spin a few times before I render an opinion.
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Old 08-30-05, 08:54 PM
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All I went for was the new Opeth as well. Ripping it right now, will listen in a few minutes.
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I had Jell-O today.
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Old 08-30-05, 09:45 PM
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I picked up Plans...and of course Ok Go, "Oh No"..who wouldn't pick that up? Crazy people..thats who!
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Old 08-30-05, 09:48 PM
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I loved Ok Go's first album and saw their new one at work today. I didn't pick it up, might later. A big day indeed, with Kanye and...Tony Yayo for those inclined.

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I'm pissed

Somewhere during the production of Late Registration Kanye West decided it wasn't a good idea to have an awesome song with John Mayer...yet still have a song with the guy from Maroon 5. What? Two white boys are too many?
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Old 08-30-05, 11:58 PM
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Death Cab rules.
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Old 08-31-05, 01:50 AM
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I picked up the new Fear Factory last week as well. It's pretty good, although I miss the drums and all over in-your-face of Archetype. It's good to see them evolve though, and not sounding the same all of the time.

While purchasing the new Fear Factory, I grabbed The Haunted's 'The Haunted Made Me Do It'. I had their rEVOLVEr album, and liked it quite a bit. This older one kicks all sorts of ass though. I recommend it highly to any metal fan.

From Autumn to Ashes I enjoy quite a bit. I haven't picked up their new one yet, but I am going to see them in a few weeks.

Opeth I'm going to see in about a month as well with Porcupine Tree. That should be a good time. I really need to get some Opeth prior, though. I'm not sure if I've heard them yet.

Cold I'm not into so much, and Trapt can kiss my ass. After hanging out backstage with them, they were complete pricks. At least I managed to sneak out 10 or so beers when I went out front to watch the rest of the show.
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Old 08-31-05, 07:55 AM
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I've only bought about 5 CDs this year as well. I'm currently awaiting the debut release from Stream of Passion.
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Originally Posted by mndtrp

While purchasing the new Fear Factory, I grabbed The Haunted's 'The Haunted Made Me Do It'. I had their rEVOLVEr album, and liked it quite a bit. This older one kicks all sorts of ass though. I recommend it highly to any metal fan..
what kind of metal are they, I get to see them next week with Shadow's Fall.
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what kind of metal are they, I get to see them next week with Shadow's Fall.
They're a great newer thrash metal band that has influences and similarities to Slayer, but with an almost hardcore sounding singer(not a bad one either). Some of the members were previously from the Swedish metal band At The Gates and have carried on in a similar vein.

Also I too purchased and have been enjoying the new Opeth album.
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Originally Posted by CephalicCarnage
They're a great newer thrash metal band that has influences and similarities to Slayer, but with an almost hardcore sounding singer(not a bad one either). Some of the members were previously from the Swedish metal band At The Gates and have carried on in a similar vein.

Also I too purchased and have been enjoying the new Opeth album.
sounds like it'll be up my ally. Also at the show are Bury Your Dead and Gizmachi
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what kind of metal are they, I get to see them next week with Shadow's Fall.
Nice, I was hoping that tour would make it this way. I'm a pretty big fan of Shadow's Fall, and The Haunted put on a hell of a show.

Enjoy it for all of us that can't be there.
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Old 09-01-05, 12:20 PM
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Seven CDs in one year. Either you're not into music that much or you do a ton of illegal downloading! I sometimes buy seven CDs in one week! One day even! (I do a ton of bargain shopping in the used CD bins, so it's not like I'm a zillionare or anything).
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Old 09-01-05, 01:16 PM
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Wow. I don't think I've bought more than 5 or 6 cds this year. All of them were used. There just isn't enough music I like anymore.
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Old 09-01-05, 02:07 PM
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Well if you like hard rock, metal, or alternative, or anything with a good, loud, guitar, there's TONS of stuff out there!

Edit: Need to correct myself here. Actually there's TONS of stuff out there no matter what type of music you're into. You just have to look for it.

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