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Old 06-03-2011, 01:23 AM
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Dang I always forget about the tea party. Amazing stuff. Thanks
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Old 06-03-2011, 02:17 PM
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- Pink Floyd -1977- ' Animals'

- Adele- 2011 - '21'

- The Tea Party -2000- 'Tangents'
( though complilations might not meet your criteria ? )

- The Eagles - 'Hell Freezes Over'

- NIN -1989- 'Pretty Hate Machine'

- A Perfect Circle - 2000 - 'Mer de Noms'

- Daft Punk - 1997 - 'Homework '

- Diana Krall - 2004 - ' The Girl In The Other Room'

I have country favourites too, but we`ll leave them off this board.
No genre should be left out. =] I'm not a fan of Country myself, but I love a bit of Folk. I live in the county of Yorkshire where there is a huge amount of Folk. But obviously the Irish are the ones that have Folk really down to a point.

Kate Rusby - 10 is an amazing album from a Yorkshire lass. But I have to say, most of her albums are actually great. Only 1 or 2 I can't get into and about 3 I've not yet heard.
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Old 06-03-2011, 05:15 PM
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I like your thinking, somegeezer. I like folk-music as well.

I just love music, and stay fascinated by a variety of aspects to it.

I will look up Kate Rusby. Thanks for the tip !
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I like your thinking, somegeezer. I like folk-music as well.

I just love music, and stay fascinated by a variety of aspects to it.

I will look up Kate Rusby. Thanks for the tip !
Yeah, there are always good parts of any music. People take what they feel are the best bits of different music and create new music with them in. It's how we get aweosme new genres. =D

Tell us what you think of her stuff. =]

EDIT: Amorphis - Silent Waters. Another great album. The vocalist of this band has such a mesmerising voice!
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There are so many... without going and looking (I am lazy right now)

Perfect:

Bon Iver - For Emma

Soap&Skin - Lovetune for Vaccuum

NIN - Downward Spiral

Bjork - Homogenic

Bjork - All is Full of Love single (I know you said no singles, but it is worth it)

The Cure - Bloodflowers

Portishead - (self titled)

Mozart - Requiem (Not an album per-se, but I have to count it)

Phosphorescent - Aw Come Aw Wry

Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Still have to count it)

Sigur Ros - Saeglopur

Trespassers William - Different Stars

Cannibal Corpse - Wretched Spawn

Carla Bruni - Quelqun'un m'a dit

The Dear Hunter - Act III

Cocteau Twins - Treasure

Cocteau Twins - Blue Bell Knoll

Hmmmm, I'll have to think of some more later

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Old 06-08-2011, 12:23 PM
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- Pink Floyd -1977- ' Animals'

- Adele- 2011 - '21'

- The Tea Party -2000- 'Tangents'
( though complilations might not meet your criteria ? )

- The Eagles - 'Hell Freezes Over'

- NIN -1989- 'Pretty Hate Machine'

- A Perfect Circle - 2000 - 'Mer de Noms'

- Daft Punk - 1997 - 'Homework '

- Diana Krall - 2004 - ' The Girl In The Other Room'

I have country favourites too, but we`ll leave them off this board.
I love Diana Krall.
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Old 06-17-2011, 08:33 AM
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There are so many... without going and looking (I am lazy right now)

Perfect:

Bon Iver - For Emma

Soap&Skin - Lovetune for Vaccuum

NIN - Downward Spiral

Bjork - Homogenic

Bjork - All is Full of Love single (I know you said no singles, but it is worth it)

The Cure - Bloodflowers

Portishead - (self titled)

Mozart - Requiem (Not an album per-se, but I have to count it)

Phosphorescent - Aw Come Aw Wry

Vivaldi - Four Seasons (Still have to count it)

Sigur Ros - Saeglopur

Trespassers William - Different Stars

Cannibal Corpse - Wretched Spawn

Carla Bruni - Quelqun'un m'a dit

The Dear Hunter - Act III

Cocteau Twins - Treasure

Cocteau Twins - Blue Bell Knoll

Hmmmm, I'll have to think of some more later

Phoenix
That is a huge range of genres you listen to. I suppose with Classical music, it is a bit hard to get an album in. I'm not a massive fan in that I know tons of Classical stuff, but I do enjoy hearing it. Michael Kamen was a great orchestral composer. Worked in a lot of films and with a lot of bands. Metallica's S&M album has the orchestral backing composed by Kamen. The album that got me into Symphonic Metal.
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Old 06-25-2011, 01:45 AM
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Depeche Mode- Violator

Neil Young-Harvest

Radiohead-the Bends

Them Crooked Vultures- Them Crooked Vultures
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