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Steven McMahan
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Last Active 02-23-11 10:55 pm
Joined 02-21-06

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 Lists
05.06.13 Marvel Phase One+Rise Against Ranked02.19.13 Learning Spanish Through Music
07.23.12 Saw Emily Haines In My Hotel03.05.12 Don't Fear The Reapers
10.31.11 Horror Movies+random Albums04.08.11 Recs: Post-rock For People Who Don't Li
01.16.11 Most Played+batman12.15.10 Mass Effect 3
09.02.10 Rec Me Essential Classical/study Music06.03.10 Does It Exist? (a Rec List)
05.25.10 Anberlin/Die Hard(s) Ranked04.29.10 The Power Of One (out Of Five)
04.24.10 Itsa Ma Birthday03.10.10 Favorite Vocalists
02.13.10 Underrated/overlooked02.05.10 Bm, Thrash, Ska And Bob Dylan (recs)
01.21.10 A Juicy Decade01.01.10 The Approval System Needs To Change
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Favorite Closers

Great ways to end (mostly) great albums, and in no particular order.
1Muse
Knights of Cydonia
2Project 86
Hollow Again

Funny/ironic that their best closer is on their weakest album.
3Chevelle
Bend the Bracket
4Rise Against
Survive

Like the album as a whole, I doubt that anything else they've done tops this.
5Scar Symmetry
Ghost Prototype II - Deus Ex Machina
6Demon Hunter
The Tide Began to Rise
7Anberlin
Fin

One of the best climaxes ever. Period.
8Dark Tranquillity
...Of Melancholy Burning
9Paramore
Born For This
10Kamelot
III Ways to Epica
11Tyler Bates
Remember Us

Part of why I always get this nerdy excitement during the end monologue of 300.
12Rob Dougan
Clubbed to Death 2
13My Chemical Romance
Famous Last Words
14Protest the Hero
Goddess Gagged

"THE SILENCE INSIDE YOU WHEN THE MUSIC HAS STOPPED!"
15Sara Bareilles
Gravity
16Relient K
Deathbed

Forget your feelings on everything else they've done, this is 11 minutes of music that rarely gets boring.
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