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Album(s) that changed your life
    #2245227 - 01/16/04 01:43 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Someone already posted this in TDUB, so I figured I'd post it here.

This album inspired me to become a musician:


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2245278 - 01/16/04 02:11 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

juno reactor - bible of dreams

it was the first cd i ever listened to under the influence of a controlled substance. completely changed the way i listened to music...


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2245292 - 01/16/04 02:16 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

The Mars Volta - Deloused In The Comatorium

Bloody marvelous, it is.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Davio]
    #2245299 - 01/16/04 02:20 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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Davio said:
The Mars Volta - Deloused In The Comatorium

Bloody marvelous, it is.



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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2245862 - 01/16/04 12:10 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Pink Floyd ~ Dark Side Of The Moon




Tool ~ Aenima




Forest For The Trees ~ Dream




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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2246749 - 01/16/04 07:23 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

In no particular order...




Rush - Hemispheres
Listened to it for the first time on a daytime alone acid trip. The first song Cygnus X-1 struck me so deeply on many levels and gave me profound visions and insights. The rest of the album was pure bliss. It changed me.




Nevermore - Dreaming Neon Black
Also a lone daytime lsd trip. I was in my room with the windows blacked out, laying in my bed and staring at the ceiling.. listening to this album on repeat for well over 6 hours. Over and over and over, the music had me in a trance, and the uniqueness of the vocals is still burned into my head. I was in tears several times during the event, as I dug through my subconscious and eventually blast out into space. Beyond words.. but definately changed my life.




Opeth - Orchid
Altered my perception of music and showed me a new way of metal. The first Opeth album I ever heard and it inspired me in many, many ways. Beautiful and epic.




Master of fucking puppets
The first album that inspired me to become a musician. Listened to it so many times, I went through 2 tapes and 3 cds.



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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2246992 - 01/16/04 09:12 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

These albums have all affected me in a memorable way at different times of my life. In no order:


Circle Jerks - Group Sex


Hallucinogen - Lone Deranger


Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here


Subhumans - EP-LP


Suicidal Tendencies - Suicidal Tendencies


VA - TIP Yellow Compilation


White Stripes - Elephant



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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Middleman]
    #2247042 - 01/16/04 09:44 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)


Tool ~ Aenima

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Same here. :thumbup:

The first time I heard it, I was jammed with 5 other people in a car. Everyone was talking and I was annoyed because I was so entranced with this music. I immediately felt the power of Tool, and from that point on, I was addicted.

Others-

A Perfect Circle: Mer De Nomes- It felt like an opiate-like drug to my brain when I listened to it. It still does, but maybe not as much.

Prodigy: The fat of the land- My introduction to techno, and there isn't a bad track on the cd. It sounded so cool and I wondered what instraments made those sounds.

Juno Reactor: Bible of Dreams & Shango- I purchased these cds at the same time and they both had the same feel to them (for the most part), so they kinda merged. Juno Reactor is great- peaceful, worldly sounding, and it's got some sweet sounding beats that are very different than most other techno tracks.

Aphex Twin: drukqs- Erratic, chaotic, and yet it all fits. Very different stuff.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2247866 - 01/17/04 06:28 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)



Aerosmith - Get A Grip

This is basically my first cd. Back in the day I was listening to all sorts of country, 'cause of my mom and shit, but I soon found this cd in my dad's collection... ended up borrowing it so much that it became mine. :grin: There was this one and some best of John Lennon... but this cd was definitely the gateway to a whole hell of a lot of metal.  :smirk: Livin' On The Edge could still very well be my favourite song.. haven't listened to it forever, though. Or Aerosmith, for that matter.  :lol:



IN FLAMES - Colony

I had heard a couple of IN FLAMES songs, and I decided to buy a cd.. this was the one that was suggested to me. When I first got it, I could listen to it and not be able to differeniate the songs from one another, but there was something there that kept me listening.. once the sound opened up and I was truly listening, it shocked the hell out of me... so fucking heavy but yet so melodic, Ander's voice rules all.. the songs are perfectly crafted and it blew my mind.. I listen to it now and hear every little aspect of every song, and I get a rush still...



TOOL - Lateralus

Well, this cd cover doesn't look like mine, but ja. hehe. I think we are all familiar with this album and what it consists of... mindblowing stuff. Completely changed the way I think about music when I was on a really strong mushroop trip... rhythmic, melodic, atmospheric, the total fucking package.. I haven't even begun to reach the depths of what makes this music what is. I'm still exploring.  :laugh:

Well, these would be the major ones.. probably didn't even really need to mention the Aerosmith one save for the fact that it was my first cd and stuff.. of course, there are still hundreds of cds that have collectively changed my life.. I wasn't able to choose a METALLICA one. hehe.
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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2248875 - 01/17/04 06:38 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

pfff The Shaggs - The shaggs owns all of those albums.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2248916 - 01/17/04 06:51 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)



the orb - Live 93

wholly jesus....put some nice nice headphones on, and listen to both disks all the way through...this music makes me feel like im tripping even if im stone sober. i promise...buy this album, or download it or whatever. give it a trippin listen, you might just wake up with both hands all the way in your mouth, cause it feels that good.

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: angryjslice]
    #2248953 - 01/17/04 07:02 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

White blood cells by the white stripes, dark side of the moon, and take off your pants and jacket by blink


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2249229 - 01/17/04 09:02 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)


Tool - Lateralus
The album that got me into Tool, even tho I had heard Aenima a thousand times already.  The depth and complexity this album has is beyond even the musicians... it's one of those masterpieces that just had to come out, the band was only a means to an end.  Pure creativity, Talent, Brilliant conceptualization, engineering, production, everything.


Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
The album that got me into Pink Floyd.  It took a trip to hear more than I kept hearing on the surface, and once I did, it stayed in my cd player for weeks.  During the trip, I was SO THERE.  amazing.


Jimmy Eat World - Clarity
Yep, I love this album. It's convenient when they're a local band here, and used to play 4 times a year around Phoenix.  Gorgeous harmony, amazing melodies and hooks, and almost completely devoid of any Pop-rock crap that people normally associate with them.  This put a guitar in my hand.  And it also helped in the up's and down's of a few girlfriends... :smirk:


Boards of Canada - Geogaddi
So comforting, yet so mysterious...Music changed for me after I heard this CD, I couldn't believe how much this album changed my state of being while it was on... It did stuff to me that I didn't know was possible, and I don't even know what it does....I almost feel violated. It's so sweet, but at the same time something's happening underneath.


Chemical Brothers - Surrender
Got me into techno.  Their trippiest album, especially "Let Forever Be" and "Sunshine Underground".  For years, every time I'd listen to it, I'd find something new in it.




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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2249515 - 01/18/04 01:36 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

I can't think of a single one. I don't think any of
my favorite albums came close to changing my life.
The way I think about music and stuff, maybe. And
it's not just albums, either. It's actually more
likely to be just a song. Not even a song, actually.
Just the whole thing, I guess. It's hard to describe.

It would go back to the first music I can remember
hearing. Poppy early-90s dancehall and Lynyrd Skynyrd
and FM radio music, songs from movies, the first two
CDs we bought for our first CD player (To the Extreme
and an Erik Satie thing). And the first ever tapes
that I bought with my own money (a compilation of
themes from science-fiction TV shows and Mellon Collie
and the Infinite Sadness). All of the albums that
I loved after that (Graceland, Ready to Die, Under
Construction, Aaliyah, Illmatic, Tigermilk, whatever)
and all of the songs that I loved for a hundred years
and all of the ones that I loved for three minutes.

But, like, it can't even be confined by albums. Or
even just pieces of music. It's the way that I saw
people listening to it and the way that I listened
to it. Summertime afternoon drives on twisty roads
with the sunroof open, turning up the songs we liked
on the radio ("Informer" was number one). Learning
about music as a consoler and subcultural identifier
and language and political tool. Hearing it alone
on headphones, at the first hardcore I went to, in
the club with beautiful lights and girls. Hearing
the Smiths over the Gilmore Girls closing credits.
Hearing "Get Low" in a crowded club for the first
time and watching that skinny white girl with the
dorsal fin nose and the 1983 dress with the brown
boots swishing her ass down and being totally amazing.
Banging "Still D.R.E." in the summer with the windows
rolled up and cold air blowing and feeling it in the
steering wheel and the pedals. Masturbating to Chingy
videos. Whatever. Everything.



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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: bivalve]
    #2249516 - 01/18/04 01:37 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Sorry. Short answer: No albums have ever changed
my life. It's so much more than albums. It's the
moments and the ideas that float around and sit
inside the music, in whatever format it is. Fuck
albums.



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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: bivalve]
    #2250003 - 01/18/04 08:19 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

London Calling---The Clash
Black Sunday---Cypress Hill
AIC---Dirt
Primal Scream--Screamadelica.

Seeing them live leaves more of
a lasting memory.It's a harder
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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2250024 - 01/18/04 09:15 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

King Crimson - Red

Opeth - Still Life

Tool - Lateralus

Jeff Beck - Sea Change

Phish - Billy Breathes

As you can see I am very open to nearly all styles of music.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: FurrySheep]
    #2250114 - 01/18/04 11:22 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

i'll bite, but I'm changing the rules a little.. these aren't albums that "changed my life", they're albums that influenced my own musical evolution.

Incubus - Make Yourself
Incubus - Morningview
Nonpoint - Development
Chevelle - Family System
Our Lady Peace - Clumsy
Taking Back Sunday - Tell All Your Friends
Brand New - Deja Entendu
The Used - Self-titled
Weezer - Self-titled (Song: Say It Ain't So)

I'm such a youngin'.. all my influences are from like, post '95.. heh. (Except weezer, that might have been earlier)


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: JacquesCousteau]
    #2251270 - 01/18/04 09:18 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

dont any of you find the tool singers voice akin to running your nails down a blackboard?


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2251273 - 01/18/04 09:21 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

What the fuck are you talking about? Brandon Boyd has an awesome voice.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2251278 - 01/18/04 09:24 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

He said Tool.. but I still don't think so (in regards to Maynard Keenan's voice).. and Brandon's voice is indeed a thing of art..


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: JacquesCousteau]
    #2251284 - 01/18/04 09:28 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous. Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252080 - 01/19/04 06:00 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Jason Becker - Perpetual Burn (guitar instrumentals)
http://www.jasonbecker.com
Anyone that likes neoclassical metal should definitely check this guy out.
He was also in a band called Cacophony with Marty Friedman(Megadeth)

Nevermore is a remarkable band as well.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252092 - 01/19/04 06:16 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

My life began changing the day I started smoking pot and listening to the albums of my fellow barracks members back in '76 in ft.Clayton cz.

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252109 - 01/19/04 06:37 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous. Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.




Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2252300 - 01/19/04 10:56 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

How bout an example?


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    #2252429 - 01/19/04 12:16 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

In no particular order these 20 albums had severe influence on what direction my musical tastes went towards at the time. This is just what came to mind sitting here at work:


Introduced to this album by my then future wife. Top-notch electronic production. I think they lost a lot when Emerson left.


My introduction to punk music. Maybe the greatest punk band EVAR!


Logical progression after discovering The Clash. Some of the very best punk out there imo.


Speaking of progressions. What a wavemaker in the D&B community!


Recommended for the DK neophyte as well as the junkie. All around best compilation ever.


The parents of trip-hop? Very good stuff, turned me onto electronica.


The refined pinnacle of Trip-Hop imo. Unbelievable.


My introduction to Tori. An amazing performer with powerful music. One of the most talented women in music.


Speaking of talented female musicians. Here?s an entirely self-produced grrl that completely revolutionised my expectations of what a performer should be for their fans. Definitely the coolest performer I?ve ever met hands down. Hell, she let me ride her tour bus, go backstage, etc. etc. etc. Check both her albums as they are worlds apart with Haunted really pushing the envelope of self-production.


My favorite gal in music. It took years for people to realise the impact this concept debut album carried. I still immensely enjoy this one to this day.


Tom Petty was the 1st rock concert I went to. He inspired me to play guitar. A revolutionary performer who never lost sight of who he was.


My intro to alterna-rock. I can?t believe they still put the same intensity into their performances today!


One of the very best alternative bands. Inspired millions. Inspired me to play the guitar. Corgan was the Hendrix of the 90?s. Brought alterna to the arena.


People thought they were listening to rock/pop, but it was electropop. One of the first fusions of electronica and rock to really break mainstream. I couldn?t decide to pick Garbage or Depeche Mode for this one. Shirley was my fantasy for awhile so she wins out.


My favorite electronic producing duo. Everything they touch turns to gold. How i dream of seeing them live. Somebody submitted "Surrender" already which is their best collaboration project but I think their debut stands on it?s own even today. They very much created their own signature style of electronica.


My intro to The Orb. Yeah, I caught little fluffy clouds later (had heard it but didn?t know who it was). Still one of my favorites. Orb is consistently good and the one performance I witnessed was mindblowing.


I wasn?t sure what I was listening to but I liked it. One of the first signs that the turntable was now a mainstay in music production.


Great songwriting, great live performance. I find myself listening to this album at the strangest times.


My intro to rap. Still one of the best rap performance acts imo. What was I? like 7yo? I remember begging my mom to get that tape for my b?day even tho we were dirt poor and she really couldn?t afford it. Thanks, mom! You gotta fight...


I cut my teeth to LZ. Literally. My mom is a LedHed and I was listening to this shizz in the crib. Still my favorite band EVAR! Hell Page inspired EVERYBODY to play guitar. You know he sold his soul...


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2252640 - 01/19/04 02:09 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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Quote:

silversoul7 said:
If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous. Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.




Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.



I now can never take anything you say seriously.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252690 - 01/19/04 02:32 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Nirvana - Bleach gotta love tha grunge

Cypress Hill - Temple of Boom My intro to dark, Wu-Tang/Triple6 style hip-hop.

Astral Projection - Israelians The way good psytrance used to be. Alas, poor trance, I knew it well.

Megadeth - Countdown to Extinction My intro to thrash and metal

Notorious BIG - Ready to Die New York Style, baby

Deiselboy - 97 Octane First remotely darkstep DnB I ever heard

Beck - Mellow Gold Eclectic mescaline- fueled mayhem!

Sublime- 40oz to Freedom 'nuff said

Slayer - Divine Intervention 1st death metal albumn

Snoop Doggy Dogg - Doggystyle biotch

Dead Kennedys - Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables Classic

Mr. Bungle - Demo Friend of mine got this from mike patton himself. wicked!

Dykast - Inversion Reprazentin D-town with tha jungle flava!

Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream LET ME OUT!!!

Bone Thugs n Harmony - East 1999 Eternal East 1999, my nigga...

Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Fucking brilliant!

Chemical brothers- Surrender 1st techno I ever liked

Prodigy - Music for the Jilted Generation that shit was underground back in tha day.

Aphrodite - Urban Jungle boo- yah!

DJ I-CUE - Live Recording Hip is tha style, step is tha movement

The Doors- Best of Blew my mind

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2252761 - 01/19/04 03:00 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous.  Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.




Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.





hahaha wow... how incredible... how incredibly ignorant.
I was about to write a big paragraph explaining how Maynard is among a handful of the best vocalists in the history of Rock, but I realized you probably would make some one-lined ridiculous comment about it, and I had wasted my time. 
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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252766 - 01/19/04 03:01 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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silversoul7 said:
Quote:

Oook said:
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silversoul7 said:
If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous. Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.




Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.



I now can never take anything you say seriously.




I have no idea about the silly gimps name, your saying you cant take me seriously? Excuse me your the one that makes a twat post whining cos your a gimp and want people to remember the queer stuff youve done. I can accept anyone else saying it, but you sir are a fucking idiot.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2252793 - 01/19/04 03:08 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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I have no idea about the silly gimps name, your saying you cant take me seriously? Excuse me your the one that makes a twat post whining cos your a gimp and want people to remember the queer stuff youve done. I can accept anyone else saying it, but you sir are a fucking idiot.




what does that even mean?  :confused: except for a harsh insult, i couldn't find any sense in there...


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2252804 - 01/19/04 03:12 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Korn's self titled release was probably the cd that made me want to be a musician. I don't listen to them anymore, but I have to have some respect for them for that very reason.
There have been numerous cd's that have influenced my taste and my playing style since then.....

First off I have to say that most of the cd's are more new, but thats because I used to listen to nu-metal and didn't think there was anything heavier than that...yup, I was a fool. I started listening to real metal about two years ago.
Opeth- Orchid Probably my favorite metal album of all time.
Death- Just about any of thier cd's
Meshuggah- "Chaosphere" or "Nothing" Meshuggah truly are the masters of rhythm in metal.
Tool-Lateralus This is the album that really got me into Tool.
The Dillinger Escape plan- "Calculating Infinity" Showed me that you could turn chaos into music.
Metallica- "Master of Puppets" Although they suck ass nowadays, anything pre Black album (itself included) kicks ass.
Nile-"Black Seeds of Vengeance" and "In their Darkened Shrines" One of the first death metal bands I started listening to that I actually liked, for some reason after I heard these albums the "growling" in metal never bothered me anymore.
Candiria- "300 percent density" These guys can change up the style of their music with ease. Quite a unique album.

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Blastrid]
    #2252818 - 01/19/04 03:19 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

"what does that even mean?  :confused: except for a harsh insult, i couldn't find any sense in there..."

Did you not read his why can't people let you forget shit post?


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2252911 - 01/19/04 03:56 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

The only band to ever really move me in any way whatsoever is Acid Bath. I'm pretty infatuated with them. When the Kite String Pops is pure genious.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: rommstein2001]
    #2253092 - 01/19/04 04:43 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Acidbath are damn good.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2253313 - 01/19/04 05:56 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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Oook said:
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silversoul7 said:
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Oook said:
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silversoul7 said:
If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous.  Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time.




Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.



I now can never take anything you say seriously.




I have no idea about the silly gimps name, your saying you cant take me seriously? Excuse me your the one that makes a twat post whining cos your a gimp and want people to remember the queer stuff youve done. I can accept anyone else saying it, but you sir are a fucking idiot.



Thankfully I don't have to take that post seriously. :smirk:


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2253463 - 01/19/04 06:34 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

"silversoul7 said:
If he was talking about Maynard, then his comment is even more ridiculous. Maynard is the greatest Rock vocalist of our time."

Your DAMN right he is!!!!!!!! :thumbup:

BAD,taste,in,MUSIC...said :
"Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy."


A couple questions PLEASE if you dont mind(before I LOSE mine from you comments :smile:

1. Do you SING??(it doesnt have to be in a band or anything, you just have to actually sing cause you like it.)
Anyway I DO, and I also write music, and I have been trying to sing along with maynard, WHY YO ASK???????????(if he sucks like you claim)

Well because he holds notes longer and BETTER then anyone ot there, maybe  you are  young (and male) and assume that if someone hits high notes they are gay or a pussy,well Maynard not only hits them

AND HOLD THEM FOR (pretty much HALF A MINUTE!!!!!!!) he hits them WELL.


2.Whats a good singer??(although I like heavy music thats so nutty old ladies get scared :smile:, screaming isnt as hard as hitting HIGH notes or ANY note for that matter,and holding it, trust me I KNOW, I HAVE TRIED! :smile:

While I like mudvayne, Deftones , Tool etc etc is harder to sing, whats hard about screaming is bouncing from screaming to softness.

Deftones Chino is a GREAT example of someone doing this well.


3.GIVE AN EXAMPLE, ........THE SONG, TIME ETC

I cant WAIT to see what example you give

unless of course you are just talking out your ass
what a shock that would be :smile:


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Psilocybeingzz]
    #2253553 - 01/19/04 07:05 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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i'll bite, but I'm changing the rules a little.. these aren't albums that "changed my life", they're albums that influenced my own musical evolution.





the most.

1993-Dr. dre -the chronic-

1994-Led Zepplin -2-
Nirvana -Nevermind-
Smashing Pumpkins -Siamese dream-
NIN -I actually cant remember wich one, I wish I still had my old music still..it had hurt on it

1995-The Grateful Dead -In the Dark-

1996-Tool-Undertow-
Alice in chains -Sap-

1997-Rush -2112-

1998- Metallica -kill em all-

1999- some unknown death metal band, wish I could remember who they where they opened some cool new doors for me

2000- Slayer -Diabolous in Musica-
Megadeth - Youthanasia-
Slipknot

2001- Blue Oyster Cult -greatest hits?-
Stevie Ray Vaugn -tribute on Nashville city Limits

2002- Primus -Frizzle Fry-
Rage Against the Machine -the first one-

2003- Soil -heh check these guy out if you havent
Pearl Jam -Ten-

2004- ???
I am finally getting into electronic music!!
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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Psilocybeingzz]
    #2253559 - 01/19/04 07:09 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

With all my defence of TOOL I forgot what this thread was all about, and took it off course, sorry Soulsurfer7

this album is where it all changed for me!, p until then music was BACKROUND noise at best, annoying at worst, and yes I had a couple of bands that I liked , these days I would go back in time and shoot myself  if that meant not dieing and disapearing :smirk:

this album needs NO introduction

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I can play most of it  :thumbup:, which is funny because often I would rather write then play someone else's "stuff" , but with tool its so good I had to learn it!!!!, I am not the hippy in your town that plays "wish you were here" over and over and OVER(good song , and Pink Floyd are great, but come on man, play a different fucking song)

I cant count how many times I have seen someone play that song :rolleyes:


I shold point out that, back in my younger days I loved floyd, still do!, and they had a huge impact on me wanting to play guitar.

Smoke a fattie and just listen to them, how could a young guy not want to learn how to make those sounds!!, floyd rocks always will PERIOD.

back to new music.......



WOW, all I can say is WOW!!!!!!! :thumbup: :heart: :smirk:
Metal that flows with grace!!!!!!!, but is still heavy! and the lyrics are not shit, in fact they are great poetry!!!! alone or with the music!!!!!!
this band made me WANT to write more poetry :heart: :thumbup:!!



and DEFTONES!!!!!

I love them what can I say!!!! :heart:
Chino is one of THE BEST singers of all time, and the band backing him is "TIGHT", for those of you that have never jammed , that means they play in TIME together well etc etc.







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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Psilocybeingzz]
    #2253594 - 01/19/04 07:20 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

heh actually Deftones were quite a influence to me in 2003
I also forgot Sublime -40 oz to Freedom-

I have been told I sing alot like Maynard.. of course I have also been told I sound like Zach from RATM so who knows :smirk:
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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2253989 - 01/19/04 09:45 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Shpongle totally changed my views on music in general and the possibilities of audio stimulation


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Strumpling]
    #2254121 - 01/19/04 10:14 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Haha! :smile:

Do you mention Shpongle in all your posts?


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Murex]
    #2254679 - 01/20/04 01:11 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

I gotta add to my list...all of the following majorly influenced my musical development and/or had a major part in my life


Death - Symbolic


Death - The Sound of Perseverance


Death - Human


Sepultura - Beneath the Remains


Sepultura - Roots


Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind


Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son


Slayer - Reign in Blood


Slayer - Divine Intervention


Megadeth - Rust in Peace


Megadeth - So Far, So Good, So What


Iced Earth - Something Wicked This Way Comes


Iced Earth - Days of Purgatory


Nevermore - The Politics of Ecstasy


In Flames - Whoracle


Morbid Angel - Gateways to Annihilation


Old Man's Child - Pagan Prosperity


Helstar - Nosferatu


Cacophony - Speed Metal Symphony


Pantera - Cowboys from Hell


Joe Satriani - Surfing with the Alien


Dream Theater - Images and Words






Opeth - Morningrise
- Still Life
- My Arms, Your Hearse
- Blackwater Park


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2254743 - 01/20/04 01:39 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Beck - Odelay
Radiohead - Kid A
Royksopp - Melody AM
BT - Movements In Still Life


those are probably some of the most emotionally affecting album's that i can recall. There are many songs that have changed my life. like the one im listening to now its changed my perspective, its beautiful  :cool:  :rolleyes:  :mushroom2:  :heartpump:


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    #2254996 - 01/20/04 04:37 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Shroomism, I see we have very similar musical tastes.  It's hard to find people that listen to the same stuff I listen to.  Have you ever heard of Jag Panzer?  I just started listening to them recently.  Listen to the songs "Hell To Pay" and "Black". :thumbup:


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Murex]
    #2255087 - 01/20/04 05:43 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

"Do you mention Shpongle in all your posts?"

No not EVERY post, but I think that's about time! I'm changing my sig! thank you for the inspiration :smile:


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Strumpling]
    #2255813 - 01/20/04 01:00 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

oops, I forgot:

Nine Inch Nails: The Downward Spiral fan-fucking- tastic


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    #2256445 - 01/20/04 04:49 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Smack is BACK...

Stick around this time will ya?


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    #2256680 - 01/20/04 05:58 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Aw, I forgot deftones completely.. toss adrenaline on the list


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    #2257122 - 01/20/04 08:26 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Bible of Dreams is fuckin killer, Smack :smile: Have you checked out their album Shango or the artist Makyo?


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: oneducktwoducks]
    #2258636 - 01/21/04 02:59 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Aphex Twin - selected ambient works 2

boards of canada - music has the right to children

DJ SHADOW - ..entroducing

autechre - incunabula

oval - 94 diskont

dr ogtagon - dr ogtagonecologyst

mogwai - young team

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Psilocybeingzz]
    #2260054 - 01/21/04 04:13 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

pfff, did you actually think about alternative music apart from tool at all when you said this. Hmmm who can hold better high notes? Maybe almost any heavy metal or power metal band maybe?

And im talking out of my arse?

I've got my friends that are tool fans to admit his high notes are shit, i win, you lose :P


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2260135 - 01/21/04 04:38 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

:shake: :thumbdown:

ceephax, you have good taste.... I'm gonna check out that Tortoise album, cuz I dig every other one you listed


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2260146 - 01/21/04 04:42 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

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dont any of you find the tool singers voice akin to running your nails down a blackboard?




^that question has NOTHING to do with the topic of this thread.

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Great in a look at me whine kinda way? He holds the high notes in a fucking awful way, like waaaaaaaaaa mummy someone stole my teddy.




^^^unconstructive criticism in this forum is absolutely unacceptable.

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I have no idea about the silly gimps name, your saying you cant take me seriously? Excuse me your the one that makes a twat post whining cos your a gimp and want people to remember the queer stuff youve done. I can accept anyone else saying it, but you sir are a fucking idiot.




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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2260158 - 01/21/04 04:44 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

its not abuot holding the notes its style. Take for instance miles davis, he couldn't hold high notes on his trumpet like all the bop guys. He made this weird cracking sound, what did he do? He made music that made use of that cracking sound, made it just as complex as bop but a completely different style. The metalers can belt it out but they have no steez maynard has steez.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: pineal666]
    #2260164 - 01/21/04 04:47 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

and to put me back on topic the album that changed my life was NIN ep before downward spiral, ...and justice for all and POrk Soda by Primus.


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    #2260355 - 01/21/04 06:07 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

whats steez? i dont like the sound of it. Sorry I have been so OTT but the main thing that gets me is how highly overrated TOOL are.


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    #2260394 - 01/21/04 06:18 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

MJK has style @ ease, in my humble opinion.
but i will concede that there are a few too many TOOL threads in this forum.

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    #2260466 - 01/21/04 06:41 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

EMINEM- The slim shady lp

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: shroom_muncher]
    #2262908 - 01/22/04 03:45 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Pink Flyod - Meddle is also a great album


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2262968 - 01/22/04 04:07 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

oh God yes. Pink Floyd will always be unmatched in greatness.

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Oook]
    #2266886 - 01/23/04 10:27 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2268336 - 01/24/04 03:32 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)



First album that made me realise how much I actually loved music. I first heard this when I was 12.



I was 14, and after a lull of grunge and indie rock, I thought that that was all that existed... until one day my big brother came home from with this ripped onto CD. It blew me away, I've never since quite been blown away by a piece of music. The song "Air-Conditioned Nightmare" was the first I heard, and my god it changed my perception of music forever... I had to find more of this shit!



Not Zappa himself playing it, but this was my 'step up' into the world of jazz. I first heard this at about 16 yrs of age

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2268444 - 01/24/04 04:25 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

nirvana - nevermind
floater - glyph
the pixies - surfer rosa
and just recently, in flames - lunar strain

i'm sure there's more but those are the first that came to mind.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Shroomism]
    #2269459 - 01/24/04 11:04 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Hey Shroomism, have you ever listend to any Acid Bath? They're an awesome metal band from the south and their CD's will forever be some of my favorites. They have some slow songs that are just mezmerizing, definately check em out, they might be difficult to come across tho. And if anyone else likes Acid Bath then lets hear it!


Acid Bath - When the Kite String Pops


Acid Bath - Paegan Terrorism Tactics

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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Llamanose]
    #2272259 - 01/25/04 06:58 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

For me, about the only thing that truly 'changed my life' was a song rather than an album. I had no idea what sort of music I really liked. Then New Order re-released Blue Monday as the 1988 version. I found a copy of the 12" of the original in a second hand record shop and played it rather a lot. I proceeded to buy more New Order stuff which led to finding out people who liked New Order also tended to like Joy Division, Cure, Smiths, Depeche Mode etc. etc, and it all just went on from there...

The first song I danced to with my wife-to-be was Debaser by the Pixies.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2272303 - 01/25/04 07:17 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Living in northern wisconsin, I used to actually like country music...Ugh.

Then one day, a good friend came to school w/ The Doors. Morrison hotel, I think....Never looked back...


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2273713 - 01/26/04 05:32 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

no ones put the beatles so i guess i will.

The Beatles-Abbey Road

Led Zeppelin-III

The Beatles-Revolver


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: zoso507]
    #2274816 - 01/26/04 03:48 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)




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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2275547 - 01/26/04 08:16 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Smashing Pumpkins- Machina Not the greatest cd I ever owned but it was the cd that got me into music. I cant put a price on that.

Tool- Lateralus The album the got me into the surreal realms of life. It;s what got me researching drugs, seeing if I wanted to use them or not to expand conciousness. In all truly the album that changed my life in the most drastic way.

Pink Floyd- Atom heart mother- the most beautiful album ive ever heard


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2275985 - 01/26/04 11:30 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Tool - Lateralus
Emperor - Anthems to the Welkin at Dusk
Slayer - Reign in Blood
Death - The sound of Perseverance


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #2276005 - 01/26/04 11:38 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Mars Volta excellent and tool always enlightening. I just got floor tickets to the Perfect Circle/ Mars Volta concert in Dallas. Im excited and ready to fly. How about Legendary Pink Dots' "Hallway of the gods"?


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Davio]
    #9346629 - 12/01/08 09:30 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

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The Mars Volta - Deloused In The Comatorium

Bloody marvelous, it is.




Agreed, but then again I think almost all of their material is ridiculously awesome.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #9349148 - 12/02/08 04:04 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

deftones - my own summer changed my life.  i've moved on in my mysical taste, but thats what kicked it off for me.  before that i had only listened to "Oldies" and "Love songs at 9" on the radio.  a whole new world opened up


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: sleepy]
    #9349441 - 12/02/08 07:06 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Beatles - Revolver

Nirvana - in utero

Norma Jean -Memphis shall be laid to waste

Meshuggah - obzen

Anything from "A thousand times repent"


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: punkhardcore92]
    #9360442 - 12/03/08 07:59 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)



Kings of Leon's debut album Youth and Young Manhood.  Since about 2005 most indie bands and wannabe rock and roll bands have come to sound suspiciously like KoL.  This is one of those albums that people won't recognize as having changed the face of music 25 years from now...assuming reality hasn't been altered drastically by then...which it will have been due in part to this album and the type of consciousness it reflects.  So yeah, go listen to KoL if you haven't.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #9360557 - 12/03/08 08:19 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

MILES DAVIS - LIVE EVIL


YES - CLOSE TO THE EDGE


FRANK ZAPPA - JOE'S GARAGE


KING CRIMSON - LARKS' TONGUES IN ASPIC


BLACK SABBATH - MASTER OF REALITY


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: thetonebone72]
    #9363472 - 12/04/08 04:27 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I am going with Bush 16stone and finger 11 grayest of blue skies... going oldschool for sure.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: ReposadoXochipilli]
    #9366143 - 12/04/08 04:44 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

I thought Tip was a better album overall, but Greyest has a few very memorable tracks.

And definitely Bush... I was biiiig into bush during my teens. 6teen stone was good, but I loved following them down the rabbit hole with Razorblade Suitcase... and then watching them resurface with Golden State...

P.S. To the OP: Every album that I've enjoyed has changed my life. It would take far too long to list them.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: JacquesCousteau]
    #9393865 - 12/08/08 07:29 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Bumpin' the old shizz, eh?
Kills me to see the old posters, miss 'em big time.


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: debianlinux]
    #9397786 - 12/09/08 08:39 AM (12 years, 4 months ago)

The Doors - selftitled

The Beatles - Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band

Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: silversoul7]
    #9398258 - 12/09/08 11:39 AM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Mayhem - Chimera
Roni Size - Brown Paper Bag
R.E.M. - Document


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Re: Album(s) that changed your life [Re: Psilocybeingzz]
    #9400652 - 12/09/08 05:57 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

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and DEFTONES!!!!!

I love them what can I say!!!! :heart:
Chino is one of THE BEST singers of all time, and the band backing him is "TIGHT", for those of you that have never jammed , that means they play in TIME together well etc etc.











the deftones is beautiful music.
so raw and so ethereal
i love all their albums


i would have to add...

front 242: "05:09:22:12 OFF"  <-- really weird stuff to hear when you're 13

autechre:  probably "incunabula"/"amber" ..  they make little electronic worlds.  I remember walking around in snowstorms listening to them on headphones.

the cure: "disintegration"  ,  i didnt listen to this album until like 2007 but it moved me in a way no other album has.  im not really into any other albums by them. bloodflowers is okay.


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