Album ideas?!

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    Alexrednex

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    Hi, i have been so crazy for A thousand suns, that i cant stop listening to LP.
    So i wonder, is there any of you who has some awesome albums i could listen to while we all wait for ATS.
    I have throught about getting Avenged Sevendfold - Nightmare

    if others are in the same shoes as me, go listen to
    Enter Shikari - Common Dreads
    It really does the trick for me!
     
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    SamohtCela

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    Definately listen to Avenged Sevenfold's Nightmare album. It's really good.
     
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    SecondCityKids

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    Broken Frames by Eyes Set To Kill is amazing to me
     
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    ChuckCheese

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    Nightmare, definitely.
     
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    Alexrednex

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    I will definitely check Nightmare out then ^_^ Eyes set to kill... Hm.. im not sure if i like it, i like the girls voice through
     
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    Moridin

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    Lateralus, 10,000 Days or ├ćnima by Tool
    11:11 by Rodrigo Y Gabriela
    Thirtheenth Step by A Perfect Circle
    Reflections by Apocalyptica
    Watershed or Blackwater Park by Opeth

    All great albums. If you want an album that's an "experience" start to finish then Tool is a great place to start.
     
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    Alexrednex

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    Thirtheenth Step by A Perfect Circle - Amazing album, i actually prefer it over any Tool album
     
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    Polychromatic

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    Radiohead - OK Computer
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
    The Killers - Day & Age (extremely underrated)
     
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    Cyanide

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    I can give you a full list of my most favourite albums, check out some of these:

    Post-hardcore

    Thrice - Vheissu, The Artist in The Ambulance
    Thursday - Full Collapse
    Story of the Year - In The Wake of Determination
    Underoath - Define The Great Line

    Progressive rock

    Porcupine Tree - In Absentia
    A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step
    Oceansize - Frames
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon (The Wall is a piece of crap compared to this)
    dredg - The Pariah, The Parrot, The Delusion

    Progressive metal

    Tool - Lateralus & 10,000 Days
    Animals As Leaders - Animals as Leaders (instrumental metal/rock/jazz: most diverse and complicated shit I've ever listened to - fucking amazing)
    Dream Theater - anything, really...

    Heavy metal

    Iron Maiden - anything - especially check out The Final Frontier - they're back for good
    Black Label Society - Order of the Black
    Stone Sour - Stone Sour
    Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
    Living Colour - Vivid (80s album, funk, heavy, metal shit)

    Grunge

    Soundgarden - Superunknown
    Alice in Chains - Dirt
    Screaming Trees - Sweet Oblivion
    Grey Daze - No Sun Today (just got it today - classic)
    Stone Temple Pilots - Core (absolute classic)
    Pearl Jam - Ten
    Temple of the Dog - Temple of the Dog (hands down one of the best grunge albums I've ever heard)

    Experimental rock

    Deftones - their whole discography should keep you busy for at least a few months

    Stoner rock

    Wolfmother - anything
    Queens of The Stoneage - anything

    Folk/indie/blues

    Mountain Man - Made the Harbor (insanely simple, yet so good)
    Villagers - Becoming a Jackal
    The Black Keys - Brothers
    Band of Horses - anything

    Electronic rock

    Dead Letter Circus - This is The Warning (these guys are new but they are pretty impressive on their debut)
    Celldweller - Celldweller

    This is just a short list, I've got tons more, but I believe these are worthy of your attention. :)
     
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    Minus

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    I don't have albums I've been listening to, but I HAVE been listening to certain songs repeatedly on loop.

    Yoko Kanno & Origa - Inner Universe
    Lights - The Listening
    Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity
    Cee-Lo Green - Fuck You

    Okay, I lied. I have a few albums I've been listening to:
    Temple Scene - A Good Day To Disappear (streaming free at templescene.bandcamp.com)
    All albums by she (download all of them for free at shemusic.org)
     
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    kidOhri

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    check out everything by the Donots especially the last album "the long way home", "we are the royal" by Royal Republic and everything by the Weakerthans and Arcade Fire... that's actually what keeps me busy til ATS ;) and yeah... i guess i don't need to mention bands like Deftones. they're classic...
     
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    Minus

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    Other than that, I've just been on two music binges:

    Music-exploration: Pandora works well with this. Find out about new artists and start listening to them.
    Throwback: Listen to all the old school songs that you grew up with, no matter the genre. So many classics out there.
     
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    kidOhri

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    doesn't work outside the US... :(
    but speaking of stuff like that: i really like that page Mike posted on his blog... shuffler.fm. it's cool.
     
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    I agree with most of these that I've heard, but personally I prefer Thursday's more recent albums.
     
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    John Lennon - John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band
     
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    Minus

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    I believe you mean:

    Yoko Ono - John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band

    :lol:
     
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    Shayan86

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    Was that a joke?
     
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    SecondCityKids

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    Witness by blessthefall
    Sounds Of Symmetry EP by Sky Eats Airplane
    Zombie EP by The Devil Wears Prada
    Hold On Tight by Hey Monday.. DON'T JUDGE ME lol
    Deep Blue by Parkway Drive
    Broken Frames by Eyes Set To Kill (as I said before)
    Imperial by In Fear And Faith
    To Plant A Seed by We Came As Romans
    No Rain,No Rainbow by Greeley Estates
    Anything UnderOath especially Define The Great Line and Lost In The Sounds Of Seperation
     

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