Thompson D. Gerhart

Reviews 101
Soundoffs 91
News Articles 18
Band Edits + Tags 33
Album Edits 104

Album Ratings 678
Objectivity 69%

Last Active 10-22-14 9:52 am
Joined 12-15-08

Forum Posts 232
Review Comments 2,005

musical taste

Currently Digging:
Thank You Scientist
Rx Bandits
Chris Letchford

favorite bands

Recent Tracks:

Coheed and Cambria Three Evils (Embodied in Love and Shadow)
Coheed and Cambria Three Evils (Embodied in Love and Shadow)
Devin Townsend Project Dimension Z
Devin Townsend Project Ziltoid Goes Home
Devin Townsend Project Earth
Devin Townsend Project Wandering Eye
Devin Townsend Project March of the Poozers
Devin Townsend Project Deathray
Devin Townsend Project Through the Wormhole
Devin Townsend Project Ziltoid Goes Home
Most Played:

1) Streetlight Manifesto 964 plays
2) Sufjan Stevens 775 plays
3) Coheed and Cambria 707 plays
4) The Dear Hunter 658 plays
5) Devin Townsend Project 620 plays
6) King's X 506 plays
7) Big D And The Kids Table 497 plays
8) Scale the Summit 410 plays
9) Cynic 354 plays
10) Tides of Man 288 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • Green Baron stole my record of largest blowout from me :(
    October 14 09:38 PM
  • Green Baron dammit, if it wasn't for you i would have had the highest scoring fantasy performance this week
    October 13 10:36 PM
  • Mad. Just sayin again man, that Anubis album is incredible, definitely worth another shot. Started off a similar rating for me then grew to like a 4.7
    October 9 08:47 AM
  • Vats I hope you're right but I have a sinking feeling they're content to rest on their laurels now. I thought, having watched the drummer auditions, Marco Minnemann might've been a better choice as drummer cos he might've led them in an interesting direction, judging from the things he's done since then (especially with Guthrie Govan in The Aristocrats and in Steven Wilson's solo project). You're right when you say Mike Mangini was a "safe" choice.
    October 1 02:39 PM
  • Vats Hey Thompson, How're you doing? Read your review of Dream Theater's self-titled. I thought this line from your review brilliantly summed up the whole CD: "...the band's relatively formulaic approach to anti-formulaicness". I was just glad they went back to E standard tuning on "Dramatic Turns", haha! Never thought the heavier style they tried to pursue since "Train of Thought" (mostly Portnoy's idea) worked with LaBrie's vocals.
    October 1 05:25 AM

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