johnny of the Well

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04.17.15 Prelude to Johnny's Top 100: 113-10104.07.15 Meaning of life?
02.21.15 Johnny reviews the new list interface.01.22.15 Who are you listening to?
01.20.15 UK Politics12.15.14 Johnny's New Free EP
12.12.14 201312.07.14 Going To Make A Christmas EP
10.24.14 Kayo Dot Ranked09.28.14 Climaxes
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Porcupine Tree Vs. Opeth Vs. Anathema Vs. Oceansize

Post your ranking, here's mine:

The winners, due - if nothing else - to vast emotional presence that stays strong
over countless repeated listens. The evolution of their sound is masterful and
logical and if I had to choose a fave band of all time, I know who I'd pick

Putting the 'Size in #2 was really hard; it is easy to feel like everything they touch
turns to gold, especially since they somehow manage explore a huge range of
genres and still sound cohesive
Still Life

First up, Mike Akerfeldt is easily the best vocalist on the list; his growls and cleans
are more or less legendary now. Opeth's sound is brilliant, but lacks the diversity of
the other bands, which drags them down to #3
4Porcupine Tree

PT are a great band, but rather overrated in comparison to everything else here;
they have great ideas and have evolved a lot, but they don't have come close to
any of the other bands in terms of passion and Steven Wilson's voice, whilst not
exactly bad, has a tendency to be rather dull.
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