Discussion in 'Other Music' started by Robert, Sep 13, 2014.
I’m not at liberty to name said band yet as it hasn’t been officially announced, but funny story: The last album I bought was from a fairly popular Minneapolis band on Bandcamp. By sheer coincidence, the band ended up having auditions for a new bass player like a week later.
I ended up getting hired.
The last band I bought an album from is now the band I play in.
Reason 101 to not move back to Phoenix:
Its Too Hot
Reason 102 to not move back to Phoenix:
Spending too much money at Zia Records
Born of Osiris- Tomorrow We Die Alive
The Early November- Rooms to Cold
Enter Shikari- A Flash Flood of Colour
Manchester Orchestra- I'm Like a Virgin Losing a Child
Manchester Orchestra- Mean Everything to Nothing
Manchester Orchestra- Simple Math
The Naked and Famous- Passive Me, Aggressive You
Real Friends- Everyone That Dragged You Here
Real Friends- Maybe This Place Is the Same and We're Just Changing [Singed by the entire band]
I have been recently revisiting Opeth, and noticed that for whatever reason, I had all of their albums on CD but two, so I got one of them!
Watershed is a particularly interesting record, as it seems to be a bit divisive amonst fans. It was a signal of the change in sound Opeth were going to make, but it wasn't 100% there yet. It still maintains the death metal sound they're known for while being prog as FUCK. It's almost a progressive rock record in death metal clothing. It's always been a favorite of mine, and has some of the best songs they've recorded.
Si Phili one half of legendary UK Rap group Phi Life Cypher (the other being Life MC) finally released his first solo album in 2016!
I didn't have a copy yet (used to listen to it on Spotify) so I bought it on his bandcamp page.
This is really good. He always stood in Life MC's shadow kinda, but not anymore. He's just as good imo.
Ghost - “Prequelle”
That album cover is just incredible.
Jonathan Davis Black Labyrinth
Hoobastank Push Pull
Mike Shinoda - Post Traumatic
Darkthrone - Total Death
Boris - Pink
This came out early this month, and I finally decided to go for it, Part 1 (of 4) of Devin Townsend's "Eras" box-set. This box-set comprises the 4 original albums in the "Devin Townsend Project" series, two of which have never been released on vinyl before. I figured I'd get it because if I wait any longer, they'll sell out, as they're are only limited to 2000. The set contains the albums Ki, Addicted, Deconstruction, and Ghost, all playing in various styles and genres. One's a new age record, one a symphonic metal record, one a pop metal record, and one a blues rock album. The guy is so immensely talanted. I only have one of Devin Townsend's albums on vinyl, so this should make a significant addition to my collection of his on vinyl.
The entire Roots discography. 12 albums, 1 live album and 2 EPs for just under $100.
Deafheaven - Ordinary Corrupt Human Love
Sum 41 - All Killer No Filler - Japanese 10th Anniversary Edition
Devin Townsend Project - Ocean Machine: Live at the Ancient Roman Theatre, Plovdiv (3CD/DVD)
Devin Townsend - Eras II (8LP)
Vinyl box-set. Contains:
just ordered Living Things on vinyl. considering getting OML Live on vinyl. $55 free shipping is a hefty price to pay though. might be worth it considering the sentimental value, limited pressing, and gold color
Try to wait and see if they'll repress it, or if any online retailer has it (had to dig deep to find mine). Ordering one for that price just lets the scalper profit off of it. However, you make the final call. If you really want it, go for it! I feel like an exception can be made for this one.
Linkin Park Underground 9.
Took me long enough to do it.
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