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Recent Overplayings.

Lately, I've been entering a sort of burnt-out stage in relation to music. It's happened before and always passes, and part of it may be because I'm juggling college, girlfriend, and Christmas overspending (girlfriend doesn't help there either :P). But these are some of the few albums I can still be intrigued by in this dismal, lifeless week of being. And I've been listening the crap out of them.
1Porcupine Tree
In Absentia

Mind-numbing and atmospheric, this remains my favorite PT album, having gotten into them just a few months ago. The first 8 tracks or so are genius.
2 Thrice
The Alchemy Index: Vols. I & II...

Particularly the Water disc, although I listen to Fire often as well.
Dark Passion Play

I've always skipped a bunch of tracks, but this album keeps growing on me with every listen. But seriously... Meadows of Heaven sucks.
A City By the Light Divided

When feeling apathetic about music, it sometimes helps to be assaulted by sheer volume. Enter Thursday.
5Fall Out Boy
Infinity On High

Yah, I know. Shut up. Cheap thrills like FOB's latest sometimes fit the bill when you're not in the mood for anything else.
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