TheSpirit
Brandon Scott
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Last Active 07-10-14 11:20 pm
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Deese Albumz R Gud
1The Speed of Sound In Seawater
Red Version


Seriously this album is absolutely amazing. One of the best math rock/indie pop fusions I've ever heard. Recommended a thousand times over.
2What Price, Wonderland?
Thirty With A Wink
3Off Minor
Problematic Courtship
4Black Swan
The Quiet Divide


Yes, this is still very, VERY good.
5Sugartown Cabaret
Beyond Foam
6The Speed of Sound In Seawater
Blue Version


A definite display of the band's math rock roots as compared to the indie pop direction of Red Version, this release isn't (imo) quite as enjoyable as its successor but it still rules hard nonetheless.
7Embers
Shadows


Because what kind of spirit list would it be without a black metal album? Pretty great stuff that has a distinct old school vibe despite stylistically being a very modern black metal album.
8Accidental Suicide
Deceased


If you like Autopsy
9Tiny Hawks
Fingers Become Bridges
10Bluetile Lounge
Lowercase


A horribly underrated slowcore classic
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