Re: PMX2 Thorsday Soundoff 03/12


Author:killed_by_the_tech
Date:2020-03-12 17:50:40
In Reply To:Re: PMX2 Thorsday Soundoff 03/12 by Matt Johnsen
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Marc Moulin - Placebo Sessions
Good shit! This is really kind of better than the actual albums, as it more or less excludes the worst songs (including all of the vocal tracks.)
Yep! Buying the albums individually is quite pricey, so this is the best bang for your buck.
Gorement - The Ending Quest
I need to get this.
You definitely need this!!! I think it was just reiussed, but I do not know if it is legitimate. My copy is the 'Darkness of the Dead' compilation.
Gonin-ish - Gonin-ish, Muge no Hito, Naishikyo Sekai. I forgot how cool this band was! I recently learned they were formed as an Anekdoten tribute band, and now their sound makes a lot more sense.
I need to hear the first one. I love Naishikyo Sekai...bat shit crazy!
Zool - Zool. Rainbow worship from some Swedish dudes. Very good stuff, if you like 70s Dio worship! I like the heavier songs best, but even the rockin' ones are good.
Not to be confused with Zuul.
Tchornobog - Tchornobog. Weird one-man death metal from Portland, I think. I mainly got it for the cool art, to be honest, but it's a cool album, too.
Wagner is a champion of this album.
Yuji Imamura & Air - Air. One of the best Japanese kosmigroov albums.
You're killing me with all these kozmi albums.
Queensryche - Rage for Order, Operation: Mindcrime, Empire. This was all inspired by Empire, which I realized I didn't actually own, although I could have sworn I picked it up in the past 10 years. Maybe I lost that one? I actually don't like the album very much, but I have all the other DeGarmo discs (and his leaving is where I draw the line on QR - beyond that point I shall not pass) so I bought another out of compulsion. It's still a bad album, although I like "Thin Line." Funny to hear Tate complain about an insufficient amount of police activity. You got it wrong, buddy!
No good reason to own anything past OMC.
Sacral Rage - Beyond Celestial Echoes. Still amazing! They're the Greek heirs to the Realm fortune for sure.
Yes!

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