Ominous Inane

Soundoffs 5
Album Ratings 118
Objectivity 59%

Last Active 12-01-08 6:59 pm
Joined 07-19-07

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07.14.08 Super Duper Charming09.20.07 Katatonia Set list Last Night!
09.06.07 Releases With Cool Packaging08.29.07 Suggest Neo-Folk
08.20.07 Fuck Metal!08.20.07 Suggest Death, I Want To Kill!
08.01.07 My Vinyl Collection07.30.07 July Top Five
07.20.07 Opeth From Best To ........ Best

Releases With Cool Packaging

Releases that I own that have cool packaging, not the artwork so much but just the packaging apposed to the normal plastic case, pay no attention to the order.
Storm of the Lights Bane

I am talking about my vinyl not my cd, It comes in a gate fold double vinyl with a huge booklet, it's badass =]
Ashes Against The Grain

Comes in a limited to 500 wooden box, CD comes in a pretty cool slip case as well, Sweetness!
10,000 Days

Just a really original packaging, I like the little glass eye things.
Annihilation Of The Wicked

Again the vinyl not CD, It just looks badass, It's a gate fold double vinyl, has all the Egyptian talk inside the gate fold, which I find interesting.
5Sigur Ros

Almost like a book looking thing, no booklet inside though lol, just a little pocket for the CD, One of my favorite CDs in all.
Ghost Reveries

The Reissue, with the bonus DVD and comes in a digi with way better artwork inside the booklet than in the original.
A Blaze In The Northern Sky

My picture vinyl, it is just so fucking cool!!!!! Go find this now!
A Retrospective

Box set in brown digi books, limited to 500. Also has really cool writings about each album.
Landschaften Ewiger Einsamkeit

A dark ambient CD that comes in a DVD case for some reason with a booklet with some of the most depressing landscapes you've ever seen.
Viva Emptiness

Just a normal digi, but I love this CD so much it makes the packaging seem that much cooler, Travis Smith is such an amazing artist, I love all the CD art he has done.
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