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Most of these were at a good price, minus a few of the new releases, so I decided to splurge.
A Fair Judgement, For Absent Friends, Deliverance, while not there best, I still love these tracks.
Curiosity I guess, we'll see how it pans out
This came in a double pack along with...
The Ghost of Tom Joad
...this, so killed two bird with one stone alwas works out well for $10
Avid Tool fan, however, this was pretty lame, and I found the CGI in the vid very tedious and bland
Love Over Gold
Awesome, yet simple album art, along with classic tracks such as Telegraph Road, Private Investigations and Industrial Disease.
Where it basically all started
Master of Reality
Sweet Leaf, After Forever, Embryo/Children of the Grave, Orchid
Snowblind, Tomorrow's Dream
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Their best album in my eyes.
Hole in the Sky, Symptom of the Universe
Wasn't too amazed with this, depsite having spun it a lot of times over.
Suprisingly don't even have a copy, nor have heard this yet. I'm sure I'll be pleased with it.
|Also add Opeth's "Still Life" to that. I managed to get the fold out version with the 5.1 mix DVD inclusion, which I know will be amazing.|
I'll probably get all of Radiohead's discog soonish cpnsidering how cheap they are going at work.
|Good purchases, especially 13.|
|don't like white pony wtf???|
|12 and 12 are so good|
|Yep that's right. Stone me for it.|
In actual fact though, I never said I didn't like it. I was just hoping for more tracks to be as awesome as My Own Summer was to me once upon a time. I'll keep on listening to it, see what happens.
|Quite the splurge. I have the same version of Still Life.|
|You don't like12 ??????!!!!!!!!!!!!|
|JB Hi-Fi, amirite?|
Because I bought Animals from there recently as well :)
|10 is like...the best thing ever.|
|1,2,7,8,9,10,11,12,13 kick ass|
|props on dire straits...they are underappreciated in todays music world|