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Last Active 11-17-14 10:23 pm
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Worrying About The Future Of Mankind

Are there still new horizons to explore? What will we do when we will have invented everything we could invent, or discovered everything in the Universe? And music? Will there still be music? What will music of the future sound like? So many questions for a simple Sunday evening... What are your thoughts on the future of mankind? Could we be even more ambitious than we already are? List is newer albums that I think will be considered timeless classics in 30 years.
1Sigur Ros
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2Steven Wilson
The Raven That Refused to Sing
3Tool
Aenima
4Isis
Oceanic
5Explosions in the Sky
The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place
6Dream Theater
Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
7Porcupine Tree
Deadwing
8Opeth
Still Life
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