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Yo, Sputnik. I'm back from my ban which feels really good actually. Now I will continue spreading unintelligent nonsense aka comments. These are the albums that I bought or recieved during my ban. They are good. Oh, and check out Captains new album.
1Ling Tosite Sigure
Inspiration is DEAD

Undoubtedly a Japanese masterpiece. You should really check this out. Quite expensive since I had to import from Japan (I live in Sweden so it's pretty far) but holy shit was it worth it. This album is a 5 for sure.
2Ling Tosite Sigure
just A moment

Same thing here. Amazing. Wasn?t cheap but holy shit is it good
3Ling Tosite Sigure
still a Sigure virgin?

Wasn?t cheap but holy shit is it good [2] Are you still a Sigure virgin? Fix that now.
4 Ling Tosite Sigure

The easiest album to get your hands on from these guys/girls. It has an obvious lower average rating than their other releases which I don't fully understand but whatever, it is fantastic as well.
Phoenix Rising

Another Japanese album but this time it is power metal. Power-metals hard. This came in a fancy golden shiny case with a bonus DVD that I will never watch.

Not the easiest record ever to get your hands on if you want it on CD, I think. The vinyl is supposedly easier to purchase. Great stuff.
The Chalice Of Ages

Extremely good death metal release that I find is somewhat underrated here on Sputnik. I think it deserves at least a 4 in average rating. Check it out! Decibel Magazine actually had this ablum in their top 100 death metal albums of all time special edition on place 58, I think. I'm not saying that I agree but I think it is nice that DeathevokatioN gets some well-deserved attention. This actually never got here from where I bought it so I got a refund but damn, I really want this.
8Strapping Young Lad

I have no idea why I didn't own this before. A 5.
Silent Waters

I have no idea why I didn't own this before. A 5. [2]
10Hacksaw to the Throat

This release is really something else. I feel kinda lucky to own it actually. It?s really sad that this band disbanded right after because this album is almost a 5. It's a strong 4.5 at least.
11The Contortionist

I would never buy this monstrosity for myself because it sucks. I bought it for a friend because he fucking likes it for some reason.
12Devin Townsend
Ocean Machine: Biomech

I didn't actually buy this one though. I got it from the same friend whom I bought Exoplanet for. Nice guy. Fantastic album. He also gave me The Eye of Every Storm.
The Eye of Every Storm

I don't like Neurosis at all but I guess I will jam this since I now have it. My friend ordered a copy of this album but received a damaged (picky bastard) so he got a refund and he just kinda gave the damaged copy to me. It's perfectly fine to be honest.
....From The Pagan Vastelands

This baby comes in a slipcase which is signed by the band. The entire thing is just really fancy. If you open it up it says: Black metal is not a trend (upsidedown cross) It's a cult!
15Children of Bodom
Halo of Blood

I got the bonus DVD/CD version which is way cooler since it is shiny and shizz.

A really fantastic Swedish prog-metal masterpiece. Listen now.
A Shedding of Skin

Protectors best album. The album cover is too cool. It reminds me of The Evil Dead which is, by the way, fucking awesome.
Diabolical Conquest

I bought this together with Dir En Grey's Orobours and The Crown's Crowned In Terror for like 12 bucks which is silly considering how good they all are.

20The Crown
Crowned in Terror

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