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Friday-Tuesday:

Real Friends - This Is Honesty EP

Real Friends - Everyone That Dragged You Here EP

Real Friends - Acoustic Songs EP

Real Friends - Three Songs About The Past Year Of My Life

Real Friends - Put Yourself Back Together EP

Real Friends - Maybe This Place Is The Same, And We're Just Changing 

Real Friends - More Acoustic Songs EP

Real Friends - The Home Inside My Head

Real Friends - Composure 

Real Friends - Even More Acoustic Songs EP

Real Friends - Torn In Two

 

I'm seeing them co-headline with With Confidence in Syracuse on Saturday.

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The latest ZFT release and another gem

 

3 concerts from Early 1974, late 1974 and 1976

 

The Zappa Family Trust headed by Ahmet and Joe Travers, have released a string of top shelf multi disc packages, not cheap but totally worth it if your a big FZ fan

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Devin Townsend Project - : Sky Blue

Nikki Lane - Denim & Diamonds

Frost* - Day and Age

Killer Be Killed - Killer Be Killed (Really fun first time listen. An awesome debut by this supergroup)

The Offspring - Americana (Also a first time listen. I really didn't know what I was missing out on)

 

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Panic! At The Disco - Pretty. Odd.

Panic! At The Disco - Viva Las Vengeance

Florence + The Machine - Dance Fever

Weezer - Pinkerton

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2 hours ago, Union 5-3992 said:

Devin Townsend Project - : Sky Blue

Nikki Lane - Denim & Diamonds

Frost* - Day and Age

Killer Be Killed - Killer Be Killed (Really fun first time listen. An awesome debut by this supergroup)

The Offspring - Americana (Also a first time listen. I really didn't know what I was missing out on)

 

Americana is one of my favorite albums ever.

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Rhapsody Of Fire- Triumph Or Agony 

Iron Maiden- The Number Of The Beast 

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Panic! At The Disco - Vices & Virtues

Panic! At The Disco - Viva Las Vengeance

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Rush- Clockwork Angels 

 

My life has changed so much since I first bought this over a decade ago. Hard to comprehend really, but there we go.

 

Me and this album have been on a wild journey, and I love it more than ever!

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Two albums from Welsh psychedelic/jam band Man from way back in the early '70s.

They had a bit of a following in the UK at the time, and remind me of my 'young whippersnapper' days!!

 

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Back Into The Future from 1973

 

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Rhinos, Winos and Lunatics from 1974

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Lorna Shore- Immortal 

 

This is heavier than Lamb Of God, with an ambitious symphonic streak. Intense, truly heavy and shockingly visceral, this is exceptional. I have seen there name floating around for years now, but I assumed they were another cookie cutter metal band with pop punk vocals. 

 

No, this is gutteral and feels so, so fresh. I was talking about how Lamb Of God's Sacrament blew me away in my teens. I am in my thirties now and this just ripped me a new one.

 

Oh god I love this.

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16 hours ago, ST3V said:

Larks' Tongues In Aspic (Part I) - song and lyrics by King Crimson | Spotify

 

I'm not one who normally prefers instrumentals over regular songs but holy christ

I had this album on 8track tape.  It was a frequent play on trips to and from college.

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3 hours ago, Segue Myles said:

Lorna Shore- Immortal 

 

This is heavier than Lamb Of God, with an ambitious symphonic streak. Intense, truly heavy and shockingly visceral, this is exceptional. I have seen there name floating around for years now, but I assumed they were another cookie cutter metal band with pop punk vocals. 

 

No, this is gutteral and feels so, so fresh. I was talking about how Lamb Of God's Sacrament blew me away in my teens. I am in my thirties now and this just ripped me a new one.

 

Oh god I love this.

 

There are cookie cutter metal bands with pop punk vocals? I'm afraid I've never heard any of that before. Still it probably sounds better than the pig being slaughtered style vocals Lorna Shore has 😄

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4 minutes ago, J2112YYZ said:

 

There are cookie cutter metal bands with pop punk vocals? I'm afraid I've never heard any of that before. Still it probably sounds better than the pig being slaughtered style vocals Lorna Shore has 😄

I'm shocked how much I enjoy them, but I will confess I would rather listen to twenty minutes of this than an entire album

 

By the end I was sick of it. But my god when it hits, it hits hard! 

 

I actually really enjoyed the vocals, especially the lower grunts. But they need to work on variety. The new singles are really good as well.

 

Not replacing my favourite metal bands in rotation ATM, but I can see myself really getting into them. 

 

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