benjamin thortenburger

Reviews 14
Approval 89%

Soundoffs 14
News Articles 2
Band Edits + Tags 102
Album Edits 37

Album Ratings 572
Objectivity 69%

Last Active 09-30-14 12:06 am
Joined 06-02-13

Forum Posts 122
Review Comments 4,533

musical taste

Currently Digging:
King Hobo
The Ocean
Pond (AUS)

favorite bands

The final member of the band is bassist, who is the original (Jonathon Wilson) a long time best frien, born on 1983. He joins Eisley in December 2001. He lives all, Germany, Albania and San Diego. He speaks German. He listens to Radio, Coldplay, Jimmy Eat World, Portishead, Weezer, The Cranberries, and, The Flaming Lips. His talent doesn't last long.,

Recent Tracks:

Balkan Beat Box Hermetico
Ocean Towers Horizon
Ocean Towers Horizon
Sage Francis ID Thieves
Masta Ace Something's Wrong
Masta Ace Dear Diary
Masta Ace Acknowledge
The Dillinger Escape Plan One of Us Is the Killer
DJ Rashad I Don't Give a Fuck
Skindred Kill the Power
Most Played:

1) Masta Ace 4 plays
2) Truckfighters 3 plays
3) Funkadelic 2 plays
4) Candlemass 2 plays
5) Ocean Towers 2 plays
6) Pantera 1 plays
7) Kyuss 1 plays
8) Sage Francis 1 plays
9) Skindred 1 plays
10) The Dillinger Escape Plan 1 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • toomanyxsinmyname Since when are alts allowed? If you look in the bans thread, people are banned for BEING alts... did it change?
    September 30 07:22 AM
  • Mad. Dude Burn The Sun are awesome
    September 29 03:50 PM
  • Mad. Cool that you're digging King Hobo 2 days after I added it to the database haha
    September 29 12:32 PM
  • Mad. Oh and about that Kevin Gilbert album, I've checked out the first few songs so far, it's quite good if a little dated and cheesy, but I'll still try and review it eventually
    September 29 03:26 AM
  • Mad. "Adios, ****er!" Lol looks awesome, will check. The Grand Astoria are also awesome stoner punk...
    September 29 03:24 AM

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