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gmintyfresh wrote:Diabolus in Musica - Slayer
Not a bad Slayer album that, some what overlooked. God Hates Us All is a personal fave!
It has some great moment in it mate - parts feel almost rap metal and parts feel hardcore. Cool album probably a couple of tracks too long, Reign in Blood is my fave - I've got a soft spot for Seasons in the Abyss too.
Today I'm listening to Troublegum - Therapy?
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Having a bit of Skindred - Babylon today
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Browsing Youtube for The Offspring. Havne't heard this stuff in YEARS!
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Great album. I definitely prefered it when the light nights were here.
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Am a huge Weller fan, but 22 Songs didn't grab me. Sonik Kicks is much better.
I am going through the back catalogue of Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine ahead of the gig on Friday. Hadn't really given the stuff after '1992 The Love Album' much of a go. Post Historic Monsters is all a bit dreary, but Worry Bomb was better and I Blame the Government is actually a pretty fine record. Just the covers album (This is the Sound of an Electric Guitar) to go as I don't have the mini-album 'Aworld Without Dave' and can't find it on any download service.
Am taking the girlfriend to the gig. She hasn't really ever heard of them so is in for a bit of a surprise
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Soaking up Brian Eno's - Lux, nice to see him back to the "music to wallpaper to.." vibe
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Haven't heard this since the 90's. Picked it up off ebay recently. Great album.
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The mother in law. Somebody help me!
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got some Bowie and Roxie Music albums for £2.49 each off googleplay music. Roxy music is new to me, but loving the albums so far, eno era and cheesier 80s ones too
The Hardest of All Freds
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Top of the Pops 1977 on BBC4. They finally found an ep that hasn't got an alleged paedophile hosting it.
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Subhumans - The Day The Country Died
Fookin fantastic... going to see em next month, can't wait
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26 years later and it's still one of the angriest albums ever!
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Witchery - Restless & Dead, awesome Black/Thrash Metal!!
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Been listening to The Levellers and Citizen Fish today... Then off to see them at the O2 Academy tonight
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