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    Horrific- Your Worst Nightmare
    Wolves In The Throne Room- Black Cascade
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    I've bought a few over the last month and I haven't even opened them yet...

    ATB - Future Memories
    Depeche Mode - Sounds of the Universe
    Tosca - No Hassle
    Royksopp - Junior
    Kyau vs Albert - Worldvibe
    Lumines II OST
    Lumines: Winter Remixes OST (Both Lumines OSTs I have already having downloaded them from here, but I wanted hard copies ^_^)

    Ones I actually DID open

    Deadmau5 - Random Album Title
    Kaskade - Strobelite Seduction
    Metallica - S&M
    Ladytron - Witching Hour
    Depeche Mode - Playing the Angel

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    not a CD as such but I picked up this vinyl the other day



    It features songs taken from the album "Dirk Wears White Sox" and was released to cash in on the Ants later fame by Do It Records when they were riding high after the release of "Kings of the Wild Frontier" on a different label, so it's not a bootleg as such but not sanctioned by the band either. Noteable because the image on the front is taken from the Kings tour and yet the Ant line up and look of the album which the songs were taken from was different....... not that anyone cares
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    Not recent in clock time, but recent in my life time.

    Frank Zappa - The Yellow Shark (Performed by the Ensemble Modern) As always, if you aren't listening to Frank Zappa, you aren't getting the most out of music. Sorry, but you aren't.

    Animal Collective - MPP This is what the Beach Boys would sound like if they were a drug addled indie group.

    Mastodon - Crack the Skye This is the kind of music that could slay dinosaurs. Real ones.

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    Last two I bought were:
    Gallows - Grey Britain (Soon as I heard their tracks on Myspace I went out and bought dis)
    High Contrast - High Contrast Confidential (Always been a High Contrast fan so this was a no-brainer decision)

    Before that I bought the first five Metallica albums.

    Planning to get Mastodon's latest one depending on how it sounds.
    Blood Mountain was ok but I preferred Leviathan, so I'm hoping its better than Blood Mountain.
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    Nero's Day at Disneyland - From Rotting Fantasylands



    Directly from the man himself at his most recent show (which was amazing). Everything about his music is just unbelievable, from the songs themselves to the album art to the surreal poetry he included in the liner notes to the track titles. It was eight bucks up front, but since I only had a tenner on me I gave it to him and told him to keep the change. He was so thrilled about this, it was as if it made his whole day, but little did he know what impact it'd have on me, as this album made my whole fucking month.
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    Ciccone Youth - The Whitey Album

    Also bought the Jackson United album but haven't listened to it yet.

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    Joe Satriani - flying in a blue dream
    whitesnake - good to be bad
    megadeth - cryptic writings [remastered edition]
    ac/dc black ice
    ian gillan band - scarabus
    ac/dc - fly on the wall
    weird al yankovic - alapalooza
    deep purple - the book of talesyin


    i can't remember the rest lol, iit was my birthday recently and i got a ton of stuff before hand

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    Pet Shop Boys - Yes

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    Plump DJs - Saturday Night Lotion
    This is Thrash (3CD compilation of thrash choons)
    Though why Chimaira and Biohazard are on there is beyond me seeing as Chimaira are metalcore/groove and the Biohazard choon on there is a rapcore one.

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    I can't remember the last CD I bought myself, but I'm saving up for Otep's new CD, Smash The Control Machine (it will be awesome!) :P

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    The most recent cds I've picked up were

    Blind Guardian - Beyond the Red Mirror
    Bosse-de-Nage - All Fours
    Ghost Bath - Moon Lover
    Liturgy - The Ark Work
    Sumac - The Deal

    I recommend all of them really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martha View Post
    not a CD as such but I picked up this vinyl the other day



    It features songs taken from the album "Dirk Wears White Sox" and was released to cash in on the Ants later fame by Do It Records when they were riding high after the release of "Kings of the Wild Frontier" on a different label, so it's not a bootleg as such but not sanctioned by the band either. Noteable because the image on the front is taken from the Kings tour and yet the Ant line up and look of the album which the songs were taken from was different....... not that anyone cares
    I bought that when it came out in...1982? (showing my age here). Good to see a fellow Ant fan here. I'm going to see the great man in concert at the end of May. Can't wait!

    Latest purchase was Nosferatu by Popol Vuh.

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    Van Morrison ..It's Too Late To Stop Now...Volumes II, III & IV [Live]

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