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    Quote Originally Posted by HibbyCal View Post
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    Attila - About That Life
    Falling In Reverse - Fashionably Late

    Both have been stuck on repeat.
    Recommended then? I wasn't sure - I was a fan of ETF but not always his vocals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Story So Far... View Post
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    Recommended then? I wasn't sure - I was a fan of ETF but not always his vocals.
    Definitely. I hate etf now, only good when he was in them. The album has metalcore, rap, dubstep. Just a massive mix done really well.

    Give Its Over When Its Over, Champion and Game Over a listen.

    On a side note, Asking Alexandria - From Death To Destiny is a cracking album.

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    Did you ever get around to grabbing a hold of Sempiternal A?

    Had it on in the office this morning, much to the displeasure of the PhD students and MSc students.

    Best album I've heard in a very long time!
    Funnily enough I was just thinking about this thread - I ordered it from Amazon along with Korn's "Path of Totality". Absolutely outstanding album!

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    It may not be brand new but I'm digging The National's latest album

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    Desire Lines by Camera Obscura. Doesn't have the killer tracks of their previous albums but perfect music for a wee drive down the coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stranraerhibby View Post
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    Funnily enough I was just thinking about this thread - I ordered it from Amazon along with Korn's "Path of Totality". Absolutely outstanding album!
    Keep saying it but Sempiternal is the album to beat this year.

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    Keep saying it but Sempiternal is the album to beat this year.
    I've been playing it while on Black Ops 2, I swear it makes me play better!

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    Has anyone bought Stone Sour's new album? It's in the 2 for 15 offer on Amazon

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    Quote Originally Posted by stranraerhibby View Post
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    Has anyone bought Stone Sour's new album? It's in the 2 for 15 offer on Amazon
    Heard a couple songs and it sounds pretty dreadful. Would rather he just concentrated on Slipknot? They need to release something new asap..

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    I'm afraid i haven't read the thread recently, as an older person who hasn't really listened to "new music" for a long time my favorite albums over the last couple of years have been Tim Burgess "oh no i love you" Jake Bugg and Ian McCulloch Holy Ghosts but i haven't got beyond disc 1 orchestral reworks it's so good! rest of the time i tend to buy reissues of albums.

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    BIG TV- White Lies......... is superb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baldy Foghorn View Post
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    Editors new offering is awesome IMHO
    Just listening to it now (in advance of the gig on Sat). Agree it is magnificent, if I didn't know that it was Editors I'm not sure I'd be able to tell though.

    Sugar has a definite Echo and the Bunnymen feel.

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    What is everyones take on the new Travis album?

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    Its from last year so not "new" but Neck of the Woods by Silversun Pickups is quality.

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    KoRn have a new album coming out in October, can't wait!

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    Jan Akkerman's latest - "North Sea Jazz - Legendary Concerts" - loved this Dutch guitarist ever since the days of Focus back in the 70s ... this is another gem, following on from "Minor Details"!

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    The super duper excellently packaged "Self Portrait" does the business for me, especially the whole show with Dylan and The Band performing at the "Isle Of Wight" with exceptional sound quality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Frost View Post
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    The super duper excellently packaged "Self Portrait" does the business for me, especially the whole show with Dylan and The Band performing at the "Isle Of Wight" with exceptional sound quality.
    Despite my initial doubts this is better than I expected, but I'm not yet convinced - still, it's getting some rave reviews (even in Rolling Stone) - it's so much better than the original ... not that that takes much doing (IMO)

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    "Til Your Feet Bleed" - James Apollo

    Here's a wee choooon aff it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V0CsKubp6s

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    Despite my initial doubts this is better than I expected, but I'm not yet convinced - still, it's getting some rave reviews (even in Rolling Stone) - it's so much better than the original ... not that that takes much doing (IMO)

    To be fair it wasn`t intended to be H61, Blonde, or Blood On The Tracks and is pretty good as a filler, i draw the line at Knocked Out Loaded and Down In The Groove, perhaps even Empire Burlesque.

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    "Til Your Feet Bleed" - James Apollo

    Here's a wee choooon aff it - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1V0CsKubp6s
    Thats excellent. Top notch

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    I've had 'Killing Time' by Bayside on quite a bit lately.

    Probably one of my favourite, more obscure bands (as few people know them) and this is arguably one of their best albums to date.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-u-3zYI8fU
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    Some good Edinburgh bands on this free compilation http://dgab.bandcamp.com/album/capit...s-of-edinburgh

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    LORDE - Pure Heroine, the most talented young singer on the planet IMO.

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    Been listening to the Chvrches album a lot. Definitely worth a listen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by easty View Post
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    Been listening to the Chvrches album a lot. Definitely worth a listen.
    It's excellent.

    Logan, McGregor, Hanlon (Gunnarsson 83), Fontaine (Henderson 70), Gray, Fyvie, McGeouch, McGinn, Stevenson, Stokes, Cummings (Keatings 65)

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    Public service broadcasting - inform educate entertain.

    My album of the year

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    Quote Originally Posted by patch1875 View Post
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    Public service broadcasting - inform educate entertain.

    My album of the year
    It's a belter was cracking live at the picture house too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StranraerHibee View Post
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    LORDE - Pure Heroine, the most talented young singer on the planet IMO.
    Great voice
    This is how it feels

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    Great voice
    When I got a quote notification I thought someone was going to rip me for this! Love her - 2nd favourite singer after Lana Del Rey

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