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  • yomammary

    http://www.last.fm/forum/21713/_/2030626 Please help me change last.fm

    4 Feb 2012 Responder
  • M8T7

    09.20.11 - Thrice - Major/Minor

    23 Jul 2011 Responder
  • ShmoofingFabsee

    thank you so much good sir. sounds good. i shall check them out =] i've only heard one song from thrice, but i loved it and my friend is always going on about them. so yeah. awesome, cheers!

    6 Jul 2011 Responder
  • javra

    Argument and End Hits are imho the most accessible Fugazi Albums. Red Medicine, Killtaker and Repeater are a bit harder but yet brilliant :)

    7 Abr 2011 Responder
  • M8T7

    04.12.11 - Thursday - No Devolución

    23 Mar 2011 Responder
  • M8T7

    05.03.11 - dredg - Chuckles And Mr Squeezy.

    28 Feb 2011 Responder
  • M8T7

    02.08.11: Trail Of Dead – Tao Of The Dead //////////////// 02.15.11: Mogwai – Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will ///// 03.29.11: dredg – N/A

    13 Dic 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    That's really lucky, finding an admirable band performing in such a personal setting. I'm still hopeful on a Tool concert on more personal level than the gigantic sports stadium I went to in 2006. Porcupine Tree though, that's a very nice find. Exactly what I meant with 'experiencing music on more personal levels', I've seen them perform regularly in a defunct church with fantastic acoustics. It really moves the music up a few levels. From what I can tell from your scrobbles, you've reached into some older albums such as Stupid Dream and Sky moves sideways. They've developed an edge in their attitude, over the years, much like a teenager into an elderly man, you could say. From an awe-inspired disposition to rule the world, to a reflective one, wondering if there's something left to fix. I would therefore recommend listening to their albums in their chronologic order. See if you notice it as well. Or maybe it's just me.

    11 Dic 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    I'm giving Postman Syndrome a spin, and within 10 seconds I'm wondering how I could possibly convert this youtube to MP3s so I can listen to it in my car. Thanks dude.

    28 Nov 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    No, I haven't, but I checked their last.fm profile and it looks promising. I'm not sure I can find their music though, seems very niche (±2,600 listeners)

    16 Oct 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    Sure thing boss, happy to help. Also LMK if you've got anything I should definitely check out.

    30 Ago 2010 Responder
  • HadesGates

    David beat me to it, and he's more familiar with them than I'll ever be. Take his advice. As far as the singer being an acquired taste, I completely agree. If you like DT's progressive music and want less (or zero) singing, check out Liquid Tension Experiment. That group has core members from DT in it, and they focus on instrumental tracks.

    27 Ago 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    (I ran out of characters.) I also wanted to say that each album is stand-alone and you can dive into DT wherever you want. I began with Falling into Infinity which is considered their most terrible album ever (they even briefly considered to break up after that record), but I loved the first track so much I listened to it on repeat for hours. Since DT is a band which music is influenced by the 'proggy' sound of the earl 90s, you can pass on some of the older albums (particularly the first one) if that's not your thing. It's interesting to see in any case that the degree in terms of sound, from 90s progrock to modern progmetal, DT has progressed further and further each album. As for myself I stopped listening actively to DT since Train of Thought which I sort of liked for its raw, powerful sound, but is actually nowhere as entertaining on the long run as for instance Six Degrees, or Awake. The albums that came after Train of Thought. Hope this helps!

    16 Ago 2010 Responder
  • davidwieland

    hey there — i saw you writing on Shawn's wall asking about Dream Theater. I took the liberty of answering it for you since I pretty much 'grew up' with them musically: that means, DT was the first band I fell completely in love with, and my musical taste buds began to develop. That was eight years ago, and I've come a long way since then, but every now and then I give DT albums a spin, partly for good times sake, partly because yes, they are incredible. Be forewarned though, the singer is (and has always been) an acquired taste. The drummer, guitarist, and keys are out of this world though and more than make up for it. In my personal experience, the last few albums are very nondescript (perhaps because I'm "too" used to the DT sound). The best album in my opinion is Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence, a double CD with a 45 minute rollercoaster ride (songs strung up into one song), and six individual great songs. Be sure to check out A Change of Seasons and Scenes of a Memory PT2.

    16 Ago 2010 Responder
  • M8T7

    The Dø / Esthero / Hird

    7 Jul 2010 Responder
  • M8T7

    Cire / Rishloo / Stomacher

    19 May 2010 Responder
  • hellagoodstar

    thanks :) old silent films are awesome..i've been told i look like edna purviance, silent film star :) one of charlie's leading ladies...i dunno if that's true though, haha. i haven't heard of that band, but i will check them out. hope you're having a good day! also, if you get bored...go to this page, sign up & then go back to my profile to vote for me ..i'm in a modeling contest and i just made it to the second round :) thanks! http://modelsearch.hautelook.com/jazzica

    8 Mar 2010 Responder
  • hellagoodstar

    why thank you :) it gives me that vibe as well...some have said it reminds them of an old hitchcock film or something as well. honestly, i was just goofing off & the photographer snapped the photo and changed the contrast for dramatic effect..but i like it! i kinda like your music taste.

    5 Mar 2010 Responder
  • SOAD37

    Hey like some of ur bands, listen to SOAD:D

    22 Ene 2010 Responder
  • sheila_parker

    Hey :)

    22 Ene 2010 Responder
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