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Last Active 12-31-69 7:00 pm
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Average Rating: 4.40
Rating Variance: 0.29
Objectivity Score: 40%
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5.0 classic
Between the Buried and Me The Parallax II: Future Sequence
Deep Puddle Dynamics The Taste of Rain...Why Kneel
In Lingua Mortua Bellowing Sea - Racked by Tempest
Ryan Adams Gold
Ryan Adams Love is Hell
Steven Wilson The Raven That Refused to Sing
The Cancer Conspiracy The Audio Medium
The Faceless Planetary Duality
The Faceless have really outdone themselves with this release, the musicianship is just amazing. Everyone in this band is soo tight with eachother, nothing is out of place, and the creativity is ridiculous. They are going to make some serious news with this.
Thrice Beggars
Bands best album to date, Dustin's best performance vocaly and lyrically. Classic!
it is a bit too short though.
Unwound Leaves Turn Inside You

4.5 superb
Dawn of Midi Dysnomia
Hammock Departure Songs
Julia Holter Loud City Song
Porcupine Tree Metanoia
Ryan Adams Heartbreaker
Ryan Adams Demolition
Spastic Ink Ink Compatible
if only the vocals/lyrics matched the musicianship on this album.
rediculous.
T.R.A.M. Lingua Franca
Made me see Tosin Abasi in a whole new light. The performance on all instruments is amazing.
Tabula Rasa People
The Cancer Conspiracy Omega
The Mars Volta De-Loused in the Comatorium
The Seven Fields of Aphelion Periphery
Tim McMillan Wolves of Stuenz
Yang A Complex Nature

4.0 excellent
Bon Iver Bon Iver, Bon Iver
"Minnesota, WI" might be my favorite Bon Iver song. I LOVE "For Emma" and it's definately a different direction, but it's soo good.
Kayo Dot Coyote
Midsummer Inside The Trees
Obscura Cosmogenesis
the fretless bass is meeeeaaaan! it adds a whole new element to the music.
they may have taken some from their obvious influences, but they blend the styles pretty nicely for the most part.
Oh No Ono Eggs
Opeth Pale Communion
On first listen this is amazing. Super prog. They have completely done away with the old Opeth sound, and they are now following the amazing albums of Stephen Wilson and Haken. They lost most of their founding members after "Ghost Reveries." They tried to continue their same sound with "Watershed" and that is their worst IMO. They tried to come into their own sound with "Heritage" and they have honed in on it completely with "Pale Communion" How can anyone expect it to be the same Opeth of old, with nearly none of the same members??
The Early November The Mother, The Mechanic, and The Path

3.5 great
Neur Untitled
Played a show with these guys, fucking great shit!
Oceansize Self Preserved While The Bodies Float Up

3.0 good
Maps & Atlases Perch Patchwork
Idk, It seems more like cast spells than M/A. It seems more vocal based. Not so many CRAZY sick rhythms. That's unfortunate.
Victor Villarreal Alive
AMAZING licks as usual, but his vocals and lyrics almost completely ruin how awesome this could have been.
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