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Thanks Sputnik!

Being here for 1.5 years (mostly lurking) and checking out whatever names pop up on my screen that seem interesting or unfamiliar I've come into contact with some really inspiring music I would otherwise probably never have found. Some of my very favorites are:
1Kashiwa Daisuke
Program Music I

One reason: Stella.

Inspirational blend of everything rock and metal. Can't wait for their follow up 'Sound Awake' due set 5th of June.
3Devin Townsend

Knew the name from Strapping Young Lad (also through Sputnik!), which was pretty good but not entirely my thing. Don't know why I didn't check it out, this is pretty much ideal music for me along with Ocean Machine.
4Faith no More
Angel Dust

I can't believe I had not heard of these guys before, despite being a fan of oldschool Lostprophets. This album is pure art.
Big Fat Box of Shit

Yes, I'm serious. Probably the most actual fun I've ever had listening to an album.
6Orphaned Land
Mabool (The Story of the Three Sons...)

Reminiscent of Opeth but more engaging (sorry my Swedish friends), what more could you want from this type of music?
7The Reign of Kindo
The Reign of Kindo

I somehow like this EP more than their debut album, despite it being a great listen as well. Jazzrock at it's finest.
8The Flashbulb
Soundtrack to a Vacant Life

Found this a few days ago, I'm still shocked.
9Brian Eno
Ambient 1: Music For Airports

Helps me concentrate, relax and study. Great listen from time to time.
10Brand New
The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me

It's weird how most of the music is quite sad and depressing yet still lifts my spirits.
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