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AJ Bryant
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Soundoffs 19
Album Ratings 211
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Last Active 08-27-13 8:23 pm
Joined 04-18-10

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Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
4.0
08.22.14
Sonata Arctica Reckoning Night
3.0
08.20.14
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
4.5
08.14.14
Sonata Arctica Winterheart's Guild
Sonata Arctica just keep on building upon and refining their sound with all of their first three albums. Silence fixed many of the problems that Ecliptica faced, and this one works on some of the issues of Silence. I can listen to this all the way through without even cringing too much, which for power metal sure is something. Two problems face this album, and it is the same two problems that everything they made prior to this one also had. 1) The ballad-like feel of some songs is just way too cheesy and melodramatic. I don't think they need to be aggressive all the time or anything, but they can't write a soft song without it sounding like i
3.5
08.13.14
Freddie Gibbs and The World's Freshest The Tonite Show
A fluid mixtape that doesn't drag on one bit. At 10 songs, it's just enough to keep its
listeners a mix of satisfied and amazed. Freddie sounds much more like his classic self here
than on Pinata, probably because the beats are far more traditional and more like what he's
used to rapping over. He sounds more old-school on this. The beats are nothing like what
Madlib contributed to Pinata; they are quicker and more to the point. While Madlib's often
jazzy production would go in several different directions, The World's Freshest goes down a
much more straight line. I recommend this to anyone who a
4.0
08.13.14
Iron Maiden Powerslave
The definition of a metal classic. My personal favorite Iron Maiden album. This is one of those few records that doesn't seem to lose its momentum throughout its whole duration. Bruce Dickinson showcases some of the best vocals in the genre. Sam Harris' basslines are audible and distinguishable from the rhythm guitar, making the listen more interesting. Just listen to this album. Show it to anyone indifferent toward the metal genre. it's perfect.
5.0
08.13.14
Iron Maiden Piece of Mind
4.0
08.13.14

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  • YetAnotherBrick I wrote a soundoff for ( ) that I think sums it up pretty well, now that you mention the album. :PMusically, I've been amazing. Been finding lots of awesome stuff. Life in general...you know, ups and downs. School's been burnin me out lately, but eh..what can you do. lol :P
    April 21 11:11 PM
  • YetAnotherBrick yoo. Takk is a 5? Damn. I've heard one song off it, been meaning to listen to some more. Very intriguing. Anyway, how ya been, man?
    April 18 09:23 PM
  • BringMeABrick btw, have you checked out Amia Venera Landscape yet?
    December 31 04:05 PM
  • BringMeABrick Will do. :)
    December 31 04:05 PM
  • BringMeABrick "Of course" because we always seem to be finding the same music at the same time lol xP I rarely cry to music (or anything else lol), too. Having something emotional to relate the song to definitely helps. And no, I haven't, but I'll get on it. There's just been tons of other stuff I've been listening to lately :P
    December 31 02:05 PM

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