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5.0 classic
Al Di Meola Elegant Gypsy
Elegant! What else could I say? Yeah, it's just elegant...
Al di Meola/John McLaughlin/Paco deLucia Friday Night in San Francisco
Essential live acoustic-jazz album by trio guitar masters!!!
Anggun Snow on the Sahara
Black Sabbath Paranoid
Burgerkill Beyond Coma and Despair
Cavalera Conspiracy Blunt Force Trauma
Charles Mingus The Black Saint and the Sinner Lady
Hm, this album title is kinda creepy, but don't let it fool you, this is beautiful and mesmerizing jazz release.
Dark Tranquillity The Gallery
Derek and the Dominos Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
Dream Theater Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
Herbie Hancock Maiden Voyage
Iron Maiden Powerslave
Iron Maiden The Number of the Beast
Iron Maiden Live After Death
Jethro Tull Thick as a Brick
Joe Pass Virtuoso
Virtuoso is a very fitting album title, and no others!
King Crimson In the Court of the Crimson King
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin IV
Mahavishnu Orchestra Birds of Fire
Listening to "Birds Of Fire" is such a nice musical adventure!
Mahavishnu Orchestra The Inner Mounting Flame
Megadeth Rust in Peace
Yeaahhh, that's right !! Rust In Peace is definitely CLASSIC....
Megadeth Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?
Metallica ...And Justice for All
Opeth Still Life
Red Hot Chili Peppers Live at Slane Castle
Red Hot Chili Peppers Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Rory Gallagher Top Priority
Santana Abraxas
Shakti Natural Elements
Slayer Reign in Blood
Terje Rypdal Odyssey
My first impression after hearing Odyssey; Rypdal's soaring solos are just mindblowing. However, obviously it's not "soaring"-thing that makes the album worth a listen, but Rypdal's versatility itself. This is indeed classic album from a guitar maestro.
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Time Out
Tony Scott and the Indonesian All Stars Djanger Bali
Wes Montgomery The Incredible Jazz Guitar of Wes Montgomery
One of essential albums in jazz world

4.5 superb
Acoustic Alchemy Arcanum
Superb! I have no idea what words should I say except that one... Now I'm speechless.
Anggun Luminescence
Annihilator Never, Neverland
Anthrax Among the Living
Black Sabbath Master of Reality
Black Sabbath Black Sabbath
Carlos Santana and Wayne Shorter Live at the Montreux Jazz Festival 1988
What a great chemistry between guitarist Carlos Santana and saxophonist Wayne Shorter. This live album is about the two great musicians' skill demonstration. Also don't forget, what makes this album awesome must because of very proficient back-up/additional musicians participated in the album. Superb!
Children of Bodom Hatebreeder
Superb! what else can i say...?? this works of Alexi Laiho and friends was definitely deserved to be one of the best extreme metal album in late of 1990's decade and early millennium of 2000's.......
Coroner No More Color
Coroner Punishment for Decadence
Dave Holland Conference of the Birds
... obviously an essential jazz album!
Death The Sound of Perseverance
Death Human
Destruction Infernal Overkill
Discus ...tot licht!
This album is pretty complex and varied. Discus combined a lot of genres ranging from (light) jazz, pop-rock, symphonic prog, Javanese and Balinese folk music, and even heavy metal. Yes, this album is definitely progressive stuff, in few moments you possibly will remind to golden era of 70s prog, but this album has an original touch, especially when it comes to ethnics music parts. This album also has a quite varied time signature alternating. So, if you are prog-lovers, you better check track "Anne" and "Verso Kartini..Door Diuste" first, but if you come from heavy metal background, opening track "System Manipulation" is best way to begin your adventure with this band. Album?s flaw, perhaps it is lack of focus; too many styles that were done within one hour lengthy, but sometimes it also could be unique, it?s not monotonous. Also, their English lyrics is a bit silly and juvenile, but it?s pretty okay sometimes when you love their somewhat virtuoso play ;)
Dream Theater Images and Words
Eric Clapton Unplugged
Exumer Possessed by Fire
Gamma Ray Land of the Free
Guruh Gipsy Guruh Gipsy
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part I
Herbie Hancock Head Hunters
Holy Moses Finished with the Dogs
Iced Earth Burnt Offerings
I was like "damn, this must be one of my favorite power metal albums!...". The song composition is genius with a lot of thrashy moments. In addition, they are also indeed skilled and talented musicians. It?s recommended to all of power metal, thrash, and even any other heavy metal music lover. Get or you will regret!
Iron Maiden Somewhere in Time
Iron Maiden A Matter of Life and Death
Jan Akkerman Tabernakel
Tabernakel perhaps is still Akkerman's best release to date. This is indeed a must have stuff!
Jasad Annihilate the Enemy
jasad is fucking mad! love the way the frontman growl...
Jasad Jasad Promo Demo
This demo seems more superior than their previous sound, more brutal and relentless...
JavaJazz Bulan di Asia
Compared to their then-releases - 1998's Sabda Prana (The Voices of Soul) and 2009's Joy Joy Joy - in my opinion, Bulan di Asia (Moon in Asia) is slightly better. And personally, among those three albums, I love Bulan di Asia most. This is solid debut, indeed. Highly recommended to any jazz lover!
John Scofield PickHits Live
...one of Scofield's finest records. It's highly recommended to any guitar devotee, it won't fail 'em!
Kamelot Epica
Kazumi Watanabe The Spice of Life Too
King's Evil Deletion of Humanoise
Kreator Coma of Souls
Kreator Pleasure to Kill
Kyuss Blues for the Red Sun
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin II
Lee Ritenour Alive in L.A.
Lee Ritenour This Is Love
Instrumentally, it's superb. Personally I love this album a lot. And the two featuring singers, Phil Perry and Lisa Fischer (only in two songs), really make this stuff complete!
Lord Mantis Pervertor
Loudness Soldier of Fortune
One of the hottest metal stuffs that one can get from Japan...
Machine Head The Blackening
Megadeth So Far, So Good... So What!
Megadeth That One Night: Live in Buenos Aires
Megadeth Endgame
The most valuable thrash metal album I think in decade of 2000's, this superb release was a
sign that old metal hero such Megadeth will never die, time will prove it, trust me! The
album maybe not a classic one compared to their 1990's Rust in Peace, but I have some kind
of a feeling that Endgame will be another classic of Megadeth, once again only the time will
prove it!
Mekong Delta The Music of Erich Zann
This is easily one of Mekong Delta's finest releases..
Metallica Master of Puppets
Metallica Ride the Lightning
Napalm Death Scum
Napalm Death Mentally Murdered
Napalm Death The Curse
Nick Drake Bryter Layter
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York
Obituary Cause of Death
Opeth Blackwater Park
Opprobrium Beyond The Unknown
Paco de Lucia Siroco
Pantera Cowboys From Hell
Pat Metheny Watercolors
Pat Metheny Group American Garage
Rock-jazz at its best
Possessed Seven Churches
Possessed's "Seven Churches" is truly classic death metal stuff......
Rajasinga Rajagnaruk
Razor Evil Invaders
If you proclaim yourself thrash metal fan, but haven't heard this yet, shame on you, and go kill yourself. This Razor's album, yes, it is indeed sharp as razor!!!
Red Hot Chili Peppers By the Way
Red Hot Chili Peppers Californication
Return to Forever Light as a Feather
Sabbat (JPN) Envenom
Scorpions Lovedrive
Scorpions Box Of Scorpions
Sepultura Beneath the Remains
Sepultura Chaos A.D.
Siksakubur Eye Cry
SimakDialog Demi Masa
Demi Masa (meaning; "for the sake of time" in Bahasa) is fifth release of SimakDialog. This album, in my opinion, is their best output to date beside "Patahan" which I consider as one of their best too (I can't decide which one I love most between these two). Demi Masa does show SimakDialog's maturity in bringing east-meet-west concept. Besides, it also proves how flexible jazz music is; you can hear such a harmonious musical-dialogue among the instrumentalists, and all players have their own way to express their delightful improvisation.
SimakDialog Patahan
"Patahan" (meaning; fault or fracture) is an awe-inspiring musical endeavor. This is one of my favorite SimakDialog albums. Here, its atmospheric and soaring electric guitar solos, chordal and ethnic vibes of electronic keyboard or synthesizer accompanied by thick riffs of the bass-line, and also its rhythmic and a sort of mystical percussions' instrumentation are seemingly bringing us into new dimension of musical experiences. However, this kind of music wants full concentration - literally, SimakDialog itself, in Bahasa means "to listen to the dialogue carefully", that is a very fitting band name, right? Just let it grows on you in few first listens, and then you decide whether this is your kind of thing or not.
Sodom Agent Orange
Soulfly Tribe
Soundgarden Badmotorfinger
Sucker Head The Head Sucker
Suffocation Pierced from Within
Suffocation Effigy of the Forgotten
System of a Down Toxicity
Temple of the Dog Temple of the Dog
The Derek Trucks Band Songlines
The Derek Trucks Band Live at Georgia Theatre
Awesome live performance by Derek Trucks and friends, if you never heard of this band before, this live album is a good start along with their studio album called "Songlines".
The Rolling Stones Exile on Main St.
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
The Smashing Pumpkins Rotten Apples
Tika & The Dissidents The Headless Songstress
"The Headless Songstress" is an album that offers diverse musical styles - from blues to jazz to pop-rock to tango and few others - within its 40s-minute duration. And now the question, what is exactly their genre? I myself would say; forget it! It's just a label, and as long as their music is as good as this, they really deserve appreciation and their forthcoming album worth anticipating.
Tohpati Ethnomission Save The Planet
Weather Report Live In Tokyo
Superb live performance!

4.0 excellent
Abigail Intercourse and Lust
Acoustic Alchemy The Very Best of Acoustic Alchemy
I'm lucky having this album as first start, and perhaps it will be my bridge to any other Acoustic Alchemy's studio album...
Al Di Meola Casino
Al di Meola/John McLaughlin/Paco deLucia The Guitar Trio
Al di Meola/John McLaughlin/Paco deLucia Passion, Grace & Fire
Alan Jackson The Greatest Hits Collection
Alkaline Trio Goddamnit
Anggun Best-Of
Annihilator Alice in Hell
Anoushka Shankar Rise
uh, this album exhibits awesome composition with the instrumentation of modern electronica plus traditional instruments like violin, piano, cello, and didgeridoo, however the important one is traditional Indian instruments like sitar!...
Anthrax Spreading the Disease
Anthrax Persistence of Time
Anthrax Fistful of Metal
Antibalas Antibalas
Antraks Nastiest Rotten View
Apodiablosis Utrechtse Krop
Arch Enemy Doomsday Machine
Arch Enemy Black Earth
Arsis A Celebration of Guilt
Asphyxiate Anatomy of Perfect Bestiality
Audioslave Out of Exile
Auticed Cemetery of Necronymph
Bali Lounge Bali Lounge 2
Betrayer (IDN) Pasukan Berani Mati
Billy Cobham Spectrum
Black Sabbath Vol. 4
Bleeding Corpse Resurrection of Murder
Bloody Gore Stench of Your Perversions
Brain Ass Primordial Uncouth
Brain Ass? Haha, what a funny band name! However, their album isn't funny at all. They
played a serious brutal death music at their best effort. That's right that they offered
nothing new (innovation) to such sub-genre, but considering this is a well-executed stuff
with proficient musicianship, so I think trying to check out their "myspace" is nothing to
Bruce Dickinson The Chemical Wedding
Such a lovely album by Bruce Dickinson. Any Maiden fan obviously has to dig this..
Burgerkill Venomous
This is excellent album from Burgerkill. Indonesia as we know is the 'unknown' place for any musical genre in global map of music scene, especially for heavy metal. May it just Anggun who is from Indonesia that got a little bit attention of her musical and singing work that notable enough to global listener. So this work honestly, in technical is a little bit sounds like a technical death metal with lots of riffs play. Anyway, the album according to my opinion deserved to be accepted with a warmly heart..
Cake Comfort Eagle
Carcass Swansong
Celtic Frost Morbid Tales
Celtic Frost To Mega Therion
Chthonic Seediq Bale
Cobalt Eater of Birds
Complete Freedom Alpha
it rocks..........
Cream Disraeli Gears
Cream Wheels of Fire
Crevice In Between
Crevice Peering
Cromok Forever in Time
Cromok Image of Purity
Dark Tranquillity Fiction
David Maxim Micic Bilo 2.0
Death Leprosy
Death Symbolic
Death Vomit (ID) The Prophecy
Demonic Resurrection The Return To Darkness
Derek and the Dominos The Layla Sessions: 20th Anniversary
Destruction Release from Agony
Destruction Eternal Devastation
Detested Tension Threat Satisfied
Dewa Budjana Dawai in Paradise
Dimmu Borgir Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia
Dira Sugandi Something about the Girl
Dirty Infamous Die on Pure Adrenaline
Discus 1st
Dream Theater Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence
Dream Theater Awake
Dream Theater Systematic Chaos
Dream Theater A Dramatic Turn of Events
Epica Design Your Universe
Eric Clapton Just One Night
Eric Clapton Crossroads 2: Live in the Seventies
Eternal Madness Abad Kegilaan
Evanescence Fallen
Everybody Loves Irene The Very First Thing You Must Learn About Flying..
Evoken Atra Mors
Exodus Bonded by Blood
Exodus Fabulous Disaster
Exumer Rising from the Sea
Fastkill Infernal Thrashing Holocaust
Fleetwood Mac Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
Foghat Fool for the City
Foo Fighters The Colour and the Shape
Foo Fighters Wasting Light
Forbidden Twisted into Form
Forgotten (Idn) Tiga Angka Enam
Fourplay Elixir
Franz Ferdinand You Could Have It So Much Better
Funeral Inception Anthems of Disenchantment
Gottesmorder Gottesmorder
Grant Green Matador
... mindblowing jazz album!
Green Day Dookie
Green Day American Idiot
Guardian Alien See the World Given To a One Love Entity
Gugun Power Trio Solid Ground
This is an excellent release. Anyone who familiar with SRV, Jimmy Hendrix, and Tommy Bolin, will find such influences in this record. With eleven tracks inside, Solid Ground touched my ears with its complex and hard blues guitar riff, except two track "Soul on Fire" and "Vixen Eyes", it's truly bluesy and funky...and so easy listening off course!
Gugun Power Trio Satu Untuk Berbagi
Despite most tracks were sung in non-english language, i see the band effort to reach the wider audience from non-blues listener. Good effort guys.., the way you mix blues with funk, pop, rock, even jazz and soul..., saluuteee!!
Helloween The Dark Ride
Helloween Keeper of the Seven Keys Part II
Herbie Hancock Flood
Hollywood Nobody Everything Happens For A Reason
Holy Moses Terminal Terror
Holy Moses Agony of Death
iamamiwhoami Kin
Impiety Worshippers of the Seventh Tyranny
Impiety Salve The Goat... Iblis Exelsi
Impiety Ravage & Conquer
Impiety Skullfucking Armageddon
Iron Maiden Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden Killers
Iron Maiden Brave New World
Iron Maiden Seventh Son of a Seventh Son
Jan Akkerman Profile
It's a damn great album of Jan Akkerman...
Janiva Magness Devil Is An Angel Too
Jasad Witness of Perfect Torture
JavaJazz Joy Joy Joy
Those are familiar with the late saxophonist Embong Rahardjo's vibes on two JavaJazz previous releases, perhaps this album sounds slightly strange to them. Yes, keyboardist and band-leader Indra Lesmana preferred to add one more guitarist, Dewa Budjana, rather than to seek for another saxophonist to replace the 'irreplaceable' Rahardjo's spot. But, the bright-side is, guitarist Budjana apparently succeeded to show off his capability with his own twist. In addition, the album not only presents six brand-new songs, but also six old songs from previous album, 1998's Sabda Prana. Besides, there are two 'dedicated-song' here. The first is "Going Home" which is dedicated to Embong Rahardjo who passed away in 2001; their close friend and all at once ex band member. The second is "Java's Weather" which is dedicated to the legend Joe Zawinul of Weather Report who passed away in 2007.
JavaJazz Sabda Prana
Throughout the album, all players showed off their well plait chemistry. That's right, Sabda Prana is too worthy to be ignored!
Jethro Tull Songs from the Wood
Jewel Pieces of You
Jewel Spirit
Joe Bonamassa Blues Deluxe
Joe Bonamassa Sloe Gin
Joe Bonamassa The Ballad of John Henry
John Frusciante Shadows Collide with People
John Mayer Continuum
John Mayer Trio Try!
Joss Stone Introducing Joss Stone
Kamelot The Black Halo
Kara Grainger Grand And Green River
Karimata Jézz
Kekal The Habit of Fire
Kekal Acidity
Kekal 1000 Thoughts of Violence
Kekal The Painful Experience
Ketzer Satan's Boundaries Unchained
Listening to this for first time; a 3. But, after few spins, I think a 4 is fair enough...
Killharmonic Human Race Disgrace
Killharmonic Supressed Denied Controlled
King's Evil Sacrosanct
Korn Korn
Kreator Enemy of God
Kreator Extreme Aggression
Kreator Terrible Certainty
Kreator Hordes of Chaos
Kreator Phantom Antichrist
Kurt Rosenwinkel Deep Song
"Deep Song" is a cogent evident of Rosenwinkel's musical maturity. If you love jazz guitarists such as Mike Stern or Pat Metheny, Kurt Rosenwinkel is really worth listening too...
Kyuss Welcome to Sky Valley
Lamb of God Wrath
Led Zeppelin Mothership
Lee Ritenour 6 String Theory
Lee Ritenour A Twist of Marley: A Tribute
From reggae to smooth jazz. And yes, on the hand of Captain Fingers Lee Ritenour, Bob Marley's classic songs become different; so jazzy and smoothy. Great tunes for relax time..
Lee Ritenour Smoke N Mirrors
This album is one among Lee Ritenour's finest records, IMO.
Lethal Programmed
Lights Out Asia Hy-Brasil
Machine Head Unto the Locust
Mahavishnu Orchestra Visions of the Emerald Beyond
Mantak Evilust Nekrolust
Mantak 666
Mantak Sabahell's Blasphemer
Mantak Dark Borneo Art
Raw and loud, atmospheric and creepy black/thrash music. Vocals is awesome, drums is powerful and solid. Although riffs is a bit repetitive, but it's not boring stuff at all, because this EP is quite short; only 20 minutes of music.
Marillion Fugazi
Mastodon Leviathan
Megadeth Countdown to Extinction
Megadeth Killing Is My Business... and Business Is Good!
Megadeth Rust in Peace Live
Meshuggah Koloss
Metallica Kill 'Em All
Metallica Metallica
Modest Mouse The Lonesome Crowded West
Moonspell Alpha Noir/Omega White
Mount Eerie Clear Moon
Muse Absolution
Muse Origin of Symmetry
Muse Black Holes & Revelations
Muslimgauze The Rape Of Palestine
Napalm Death Enemy of the Music Business
Napalm Death From Enslavement to Obliteration
Napalm Death Fear, Emptiness, Despair
Napalm Death Time Waits for No Slave
Napalm Death Mass Appeal Madness EP
Nasum Inhale/Exhale
Nasum Shift
Necrophagist Epitaph
Niechec Smierc w miekkim futerku
Nile In Their Darkened Shrines
Nile Annihilation of the Wicked
Nile Those Whom the Gods Detest
Nile At the Gate of Sethu
Nirvana In Utero
Nirvana Nevermind
Nirvana MTV Unplugged in New York (DVD)
Nirvana Nevermind (Deluxe Edition)
Nobuo Uematsu Final Fantasy VI: Original Soundtrack
Noxa Grind Viruses
O'Brother Garden Window
Oasis (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Oasis Definitely Maybe
Obituary Slowly We Rot
Obituary The End Complete
Opeth My Arms, Your Hearse
Opeth Ghost Reveries
Opeth Watershed
Opium Necrology Disorder
Orgone The Goliath
Origin Informis Infinitas Inhumanitas
Orphaned Land Mabool (The Story of the Three Sons...)
Solid album, this Israeli band knew not only how to make a good (prog) metal stuff, but also how to combine it with their own cultural (music) heritage. Both Netanyahu and Abbas must listen to track "Ocean Land" carefully, they both must interpret lyrics "...hayya 'alassalaam!" To dear Netanyahu and Abbas, please think that, make "assalaam" real!
Overkill Ironbound
Overkill The Electric Age
Pantera Official Live: 101 Proof
Pantera Vulgar Display of Power
Pantera The Great Southern Trendkill
Paradox Heresy
Pat Metheny Like Minds
Pat Metheny One Quiet Night
As the title may says, this album is pretty good when you listen to it in one quite night with a glass of wine, of course!
Pearl Jam Ten
Pearl Jam Vs.
Pearl Jam Vitalogy
Pearl Jam Pearl Jam
Plasmoptysis Breeds of the Malevolence
Porcupine Tree In Absentia
Psycroptic The Inherited Repression
Queens of the Stone Age Rated R
Queens of the Stone Age Queens of the Stone Age
Queens of the Stone Age Lullabies to Paralyze
Radiohead The Bends
Radiohead Kid A
Radiohead OK Computer
Radiohead Hail to the Thief
Rage Secrets In A Weird World
Rage Against The Machine The Battle of Los Angeles
Razor Executioner's Song
Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits
Renaissance Ashes Are Burning
Revenge (IND) Prelude to Omega
Ritual Carnage I, Infidel
Ritual Day Sky Lake
"Sky Lake", probably is one among few cool BM stuffs that people coud get from China scene. If you have ever had a chance watching "Global Metal" by Sam Dunn, one of member of this band (Ritual Day) was featured in that documentary. Define themselves as melodic black metal (to me, this such term does not make any sense), Ritual Day definitely delivers the goods. If you want something new, or at least different nuance of BM, this album worth a spin.r
Rotor (IND) Behind The 8th Ball
Sacrifice Forward to Termination
Septic Grave Caput Mortuum
Sepultura Arise
Sepultura Schizophrenia
Seven That Spells Superautobahn
Sil Khannaz Conception of Madness
This is great amalgamating between the more technical side of thrash and
power/aggressiveness of death. Production quality is somewhat raw, but still it's pretty
enjoyable. All instrument adequately balanced, there's no excessive overwhelming. Drumming
is solid and powerful. Vocals is a bit "low-tuned", overshadowed by guitar sounds. Bass is
not so audible. However, the important thing is, all actual player of this band have had a
great job. Their "Conception Of Madness" is one among few decent death metal releases in
South East Asia in early 90s. r
Sil Khannaz Purnama 13
SimakDialog Trance/Mission
Skyclad The Wayward Sons of Mother Earth
Slayer Seasons in the Abyss
Slayer Show No Mercy
Slayer Hell Awaits
Slayer South of Heaven
Slayer Christ Illusion
Social Black Yelling Mankind Under Condemnation
Sodom Persecution Mania
Sodom Sodom
Sodom Obsessed by Cruelty
Sodom In the Sign of Evil
Sodom Expurse of Sodomy
Sodom Victims Of Death (demo)
Sodom In War and Pieces
Soilwork The Chainheart Machine
Soilwork Natural Born Chaos
Sonic Youth Daydream Nation
Sonic Youth Goo
Sore Centralismo
Hmmm, I think this album is valuable enough and enjoyable...
Sore Ports of Lima
Soulfly Dark Ages
Soundgarden Superunknown
Spawn of Possession Noctambulant
Stratovarius Destiny
Sucker Head Paranatural
Excellent thrash stuff anyway! If you're thrash fans, and supposed non-English song isn't a barrier, so this album should catch your consideration. Mostly, about 90 percent of the the lyrics are sung in Indonesian Bahasa. It's semi-modern thrash stuff in the side of sound. However, consider only its first seven songs, the rest four are typically hardrock style...
Suffocation Reincremated
Suffocation Human Waste
Suffocation Breeding the Spawn
Superman Is Dead The Hangover Decade
Surrender of Divinity Oriental Hell Rhythmics
System of a Down System of a Down
Tedeschi Trucks Band Everybody's Talkin'
Tengkorak Konsentrasi Massa
Tengkorak Darurat Sipil
Tengkorak Civil Emergency
Testament The New Order
Testament The Legacy
Testament Dark Roots of Earth
The Beatles Rubber Soul
The Beatles Abbey Road
The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The Cure Pornography
The Derek Trucks Band Soul Serenade
The Derek Trucks Band The Derek Trucks Band
If you like their recent releases (say, their last two-three albums), and don't listen to this one yet, you better give it a try. This self-titled album is just surprisingly damn great!
The Derek Trucks Band Already Live EP
Perhaps the only highlight track here is "My Favorite Things" (this EP contains five tracks). This 17-minute track is a crazy jam - the thing that a jam-band lover always seeks for...
The Smashing Pumpkins Siamese Dream
The Stone Roses The Stone Roses
The Trees And The Wild Rasuk
Thin Lizzy Black Rose: A Rock Legend
Tohpati Bertiga Riot
Tool Lateralus
Turbidity Suffering Of Human Decapitated
Undergod Saguru Saelmu Tong Ngaganggu
Weather Report I Sing The Body Electric
Weather Report Sweetnighter
Weather Report Mysterious Traveller
Weather Report 8:30
White Shoes & The Couples Company White Shoes & The Couples Company
Within Temptation The Heart of Everything
Within Temptation The Unforgiving
Wormrot Abuse
Wormrot Dirge
Zee Avi Ghostbird

3.5 great
Agrikulture Dawai Damai
Alan Jackson A Lot About Livin' (And a Little 'Bout Love)
Alan Jackson Greatest Hits Volume II
Alter Bridge AB III
Amy Winehouse Back to Black
Amy Winehouse Frank
Anggun Echoes
Anthrax State of Euphoria
Anthrax Sound of White Noise
As I Lay Dying Frail Words Collapse
Attomica Attomica
Audioslave Audioslave
Bali Lounge Bali Lounge
Baroness Yellow and Green
Bayonet Bayonet
Beside Against Ourselves
Betrayer (IDN) Grand Voice Society
Betrayer (IDN) The Best of Betrayer
Black Light Burns The Moment You Realize You're Going To Fall
Blodwen Black Symphony
Bloody Gore Blood Driven Vehemence
Bottlesmoker Slow Mo Smile
Bottlesmoker Let's Die Together in 2012
Brilliant at Breakfast Almost Verbose
Bubi Chen Kedamaian
Bubi Chen Buaian Asmara (Bubi Chen & Kwartet Remastered)
Bullet For My Valentine The Poison
Burgerkill Berkarat
The tracks entire the album were sung in band's native language, Indonesia. If somebody with no clue what exactly the vocalist scream of (singing, i mean...) , just prefer to their music than vocals, even somebody speak fluent in Indonesian language will difficult to catch what words they speak of...so i think music was global language...you don't need the dictionary to understand what they sing unless you have become their die hard fans. For me the album is a great released, the track " Tinggalkan Aku Terdiam" is my favorite one, the song begin with a killer rhythm electric guitar then after minutes switched to a cool rhythm acoustic guitar....that my opinion why a like the album!
Cake Fashion Nugget
Cake Showroom Of Compassion
Cattle Decapitation Monolith of Inhumanity
Children of Bodom Hate Crew Deathroll
Chthonic 9th Empyrean
Circa Survive Violent Waves
City and Colour Bring Me Your Love
There is a nice acoustic performance within "Bring Me Your Love". And yes, basically this type of music is indeed suitable for those who seek for composure situation.
Cream Fresh Cream
Cromok Yours Truly
This is great album. The song such as "Siblings", "Stranger", "Maram Perapu Kepunden Paran Sekeper", and "Final Ticking", are pretty strong intense composition. All of it has adequate aggressive thrash riffs. Then song such as "IC", "Castway", "Punishment Hour", and "Somewhere Anywhere", are pretty weak. Although still, all of it can be enjoyed, but definitely need a little more time to dig and click it. Overall, Cromok still stands out with their approach; the more melodic guitar solos. They even managed to put into the album their traditional Malay folk sound. One more, Cromok also provides a sort of Middle Eastern pattern scale into the song such as "Stranger" and "Little One". So, a 3.5 is my highest rate!
Dark Tranquillity Character
Dark Tranquillity We Are the Void
Death Spiritual Healing
Delain April Rain
Demented Heart Seeds of the Venomous
Derek and the Dominos Live at the Fillmore
Devormity Suffering Inhuman the Impalement
Dimlite My Human Wears Acedia Shreds
Dimmu Borgir Death Cult Armageddon
Dirty Projectors Swing Lo Magellan
Disinfected Melted
Cover art is undeniably creepy, despite at the same time it also looks so simple. However, not the cover art that make the album special, but good music. There is an awesome death metal play within the content of "Melted". Although the album is quite short, only 26 minutes of music, but all of those seven tracks are fairly strong (include a cover version; "South Of Heaven" of Slayer. Opening track "Eternal Wrath Flowing In Human Artery" is great opener. It flows aggressively, and immediately people will feel somewhat raw sound at first -- the sound that ususally death metal fans could find in early 90s. In the side of intensity play and songwriting composition, other tracks follow similar formula to the opening one.
Dream Theater Octavarium
Dream Theater Black Clouds & Silver Linings
Duck Dive Interpolarity
Interpolarity = Sound of nature. Just listen to what forest, water, etc, speak to us!
Eddie Vedder Into the Wild
If you have ever watched "Into the Wild" movie, and you like it, perhaps you are interested in giving this a listen. Yea, in my opinion, this soundtrack is as good as the movie!...
Eminem The Eminem Show
Endah N' Rhesa Look What We've Found
Epica The Divine Conspiracy
Epica Requiem for the Indifferent
Eric Clapton The Road to Escondido
Eternal Madness Offerings to Rangda
Everybody Loves Irene On Second Thought, I Might Wanna Change Some Thing
Fair to Midland Arrows and Anchors
Fear Inside Human's Disgust
Foo Fighters Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
Forgotten (Idn) Obsesi Mati
Forgotten (Idn) Tiga Angka Enam Re-release
Tiga Angka Enam or in English we'll say, three six numbers-or 666, is excellent album. It has all requisite for death metal fans to consider a listen. Awesome furious shouting on vocals, know what taste of speed and brute meaning of, and all in all this band always concern in rebellion themes on the lyrics (idn), sometimes too vulgar for their native homeland country, Indonesia.
Forgotten (Idn) Laras Perlaya
Forgotten (Idn) Future Syndrome (Demo)
Franz Ferdinand Franz Ferdinand
Gamma Ray Land of the Free II
Gelap Through Her Silent Eyes
Gelap Gerbang Timur
Goodnight Electric Love and Turbo Action
Grausig Abandoned, Forgotten and Rotting Alone
Gravenhurst The Ghost in Daylight
Gugun Power Trio Gugun Blues Shelter
Great released! I realized that nowadays blues isn't mainstream music in any part of the world, that the fact, and we face it...
Hans Zimmer Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
Homogenic Let a Thousand Flowers Bloom
Homogenic Let’s Talk
Husky Forever So
Impiety Paramount Evil
Impiety Terroreign
Impiety Advent of...
Impiety Asateerul Awaleen
Innerbeauty The Unity of God
Iron Maiden Dance of Death
Iron Maiden The Final Frontier
Jamiroquai Dynamite
Cool, fun, and joyful, that it is Jamiroquai's "Dynamite," check out track "Seven Days In Sunny June," you'll know what my first sentence means.
Jason Mraz Waiting For My Rocket To Come
Jason Mraz We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things
Jewel This Way
Jewel 0304
Joe Bonamassa Had To Cry Today
Joe Bonamassa Black Rock
John Mayer Heavier Things
Joss Stone Mind Body & Soul
Opening track "Right to Be Wrong" is so bluesy and soulful. Stone's vocals are awesome as always. Then, track "Less Is More" is so soulful and reggae-ish (we want more track like this, dear Joss Stone!) All in all, this album is pretty good and enjoyable, despite it is not so that impressive as my f*cking ex said last year!
Kaiser Chiefs The Future is Medieval
Kamelot Ghost Opera
Kamelot Poetry for the Poisoned
Kara Grainger Secret Soul
Kasabian Kasabian
Kasabian Empire
Kastle Stay Forever
Katatonia Dead End Kings
Kekal Beyond The Glimpse of Dreams
Kekal Embrace The Dead
Killharmonic Hatred Diminished in Dismembered Head
Killharmonic Hate That Never Set
Kings of Leon Only By The Night
Krakatau Magical Match
This album perhaps is good example of a well-done amalgamation between Western diatonic elements with various ethnic rhythms of traditional music of Indonesian archipelago. Besides, it has modern feels of jazz, pop, and rock which are blended in such a nice harmony!
Kreator Violent Revolution
Kreator Endless Pain
Kreator Cause for Conflict
Kreator Out of the Dark... Into the Light
Kyuss ...And the Circus Leaves Town
Lee Ritenour The Very Best of Lee Ritenour
Lee Ritenour A Twist of Jobim
Familiar with Brazilian bossa nova legend Antonio Carlos Jobim? You must listen to this, you may be surprised. As whole, this is a great record and great tribute album too..
Lee Ritenour Overtime
Great album, but it's not the first album that you should start with (if you haven't listened to any album of his before).
Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra
Lord Symphony The Lord's Wisdom (Demo)
Wow, this is great demo - a well-executed stuff, and yes it must be very proficient musicians behind this work. Any power metal fan who ever listened to this, must be curious about their first LP. Considering this stuff is a demo, and I still don't have a chance yet to give their full-length album a listen, so I can't say more words to describe, except; this demo is GREAT...
Lumpur Skema Pembalasan Sempurna
"Skema Pembalasan Sempurna", or in English "Perfect Scheme of Retaliation", is second effort by brutal death band Lumpur (English : Mud). After sort of average quality both in technical and production of their debut album few years ago, now they return, this time they are more dangerous. But, it's worthy to mention earlier, in the sea of world brutal death music, this album is going to be one of countless brutal death stuffs that people will dig or won't. Meaning that, the album actually offers nothing new to the fans of such sub-genre. It's just one among many well-executed brutal death stuffs that released in 2012. People who seek for brutal death with new innovation, perhaps this EP will disappoint them, because it will remind them to many similar stuffs that already existed earlier. In the other side, people who seek for a pretty decent stuff and have a bit interest to turn of the head to other regional death metal scene that they never know before, so this album is worthy enough to dig.r
Machine Head Through the Ashes of Empires
Majestic Empire Scream Of heavens
"Scream of Heaven" basically is a pretty decent black metal stuff. But, it is also combined with a bit gothic influences - I think this is okay then...
Mantak Diabolical Psycholust
Mantak Polymorphous Perversion
Mastodon Crack the Skye
Mastodon The Hunter
Matt Schofield Heads Tails & Aces
Megadeth Youthanasia
Megadeth The System Has Failed
Megadeth Cryptic Writings
Megadeth Unplugged in Boston
Megadeth Th1rt3en
Meshuggah obZen
Metallica Death Magnetic
Mocca Friends
There is an enticing tune throughout "Friends". Lyrically, they seem comfortable to use story-telling concept. You can enjoy a halcyon easy-listening pop in track "I Think I'm In Love" and "My Only One" and few others for examples. Also, have a great bossanova tune in "Buddy Zeus", if it does not enough; just pick up the jazzy "How Wonderful Life Would Be" and swinging track "Swing It Bob!? Yes, in average, this is great (indie) pop stuff. Perhaps, you will love their lovely female vocals too.
Mocca Colours
Modest Mouse The Moon & Antarctica
Modest Mouse Good News for People Who Love Bad News
Mount Eerie Wind's Poem
Muse Showbiz
Muse The Resistance
My Little Airport Zoo Is Sad, People Are Cruel
Napalm Death The Code Is Red...Long Live the Code
Napalm Death Utopia Banished
Napalm Death Smear Campaign
Napalm Death Harmony Corruption
Napalm Death Leaders Not Followers: Part 2
Napalm Death Utilitarian
Nervecell Preaching Venom
Nile Black Seeds of Vengeance
Nile Amongst the Catacombs of Nephren-Ka
Nile Ithyphallic
Nirvana Bleach
Nirvana Hormoaning
Nirvana Blew
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
If you like Oasis, you must like this Noel's solo album. Yes, most of songs are reminiscent of tune-styles of Oasis. This is actually quite enjoyable and radio-friendly, but it is less innovation and musical experiment. Hmm, whatever, so far so good, so just enjoy it...
Noxa Legacy
Noxa Noxa
Oasis Be Here Now
Oh, Nina! Eppi Space Creature: ZAAPP...!!!
Surprisingly great sophomore album by Oh, Nina!
Oh, Nina! Highway
oh, electronica! pretty enjoyable so far
Opeth Morningrise
Opeth Deliverance
Opeth The Roundhouse Tapes
Opeth Heritage
Orestes Equivocal Paragraph
Overkill Immortalis
Pantera Far Beyond Driven
Pantera Reinventing The Steel
Papa Roach Getting Away With Murder
Pearl Jam Yield
Pearl Jam No Code
Plasmoptysis Dawn the Plague
Pop Shuvit Here & Now
Pop Shuvit Freak Show Vol 1: Tales Of The Travelling Tunes
Porcupine Tree Deadwing
Porcupine Tree Fear of a Blank Planet
Port St. Willow Holiday
Power Metal Power One
Protest the Hero Scurrilous
Queens of the Stone Age Songs for the Deaf
Queens of the Stone Age Era Vulgaris
Radiohead Amnesiac
Radiohead In Rainbows
Rajasinga Nevergrind
Red Hot Chili Peppers Mother's Milk
Red Hot Chili Peppers One Hot Minute
Revenge (IND) Global.Suffering.Disease
Ritual Carnage Every Nerve Alive
Ritual Carnage The Birth of Tragedy
"The Birth Of Tragedy" (2002) is a release of Ritual Carnage (RC), thrash metal band from Japan. Unlike their latest stuff, "I, Infidel" (2005), this release is a bit intense in death-metal style, especially in vocals and and fast-paced rhythms of guitars. Despite it is not too intense as what people could get in "I, Infidel", this album at least has few highlight songs, and yes, they're pretty cool...
Robert Plant Dreamland
We can find only few memorable tracks here - something fresh! But, as whole, it's not so impressive though, nothing new. However, it's highly recommended to any Led Zeppelin fan.
Rotor (IND) Rotor Remastered
Saint Vitus Mournful Cries
Sajama Cut Manimal
Sajama Cut The Osaka Journals
Scorpions Crazy World
Scorpions Acoustica
Seek Six Sick Volume 4
Seether Disclaimer
Sepultura Roots
Sepultura Morbid Visions
Seven That Spells Acid Taking And Sweet Love Making
Shiina Ringo Sanmon Gossip
Siksakubur Back to Vengeance
Siksakubur Back to Vengeance / The Carnage
Siksakubur Podium
Sil Khannaz Gerbang Kayangan
If you are so familiar with Sil khannaz's debut album, "Conception Of Madness" (1993), which is so 'death metal' feel (with a lot of thrash influence), you probably will feel that "Gerbang Kayangan" (Gate of Heaven, or Sky Gate) is a bit odd and completely different with their debut material. Yes, Sil Khannaz seemed intentionally to explore their musical potential, not fall into single extreme metal style. With this "Gerbang Kayangan", they tried to be a more melodic, beautiful guitar play, lighter tune, radio friendly and easy listening, or whatsoever! Yea you will get a more heavy metal style in here. You won't find typical extreme tracks like "Obscured Denial", "Frantical Screams", and "Bayond My Darkest Moment" that only could be found in their debut album. Nonetheless, aside from their effort in changing musical direction, this is still great release, it's well done, and yes it's quite enjoyable!
Sil Khannaz Berdiri Antara Panji-Panji
SimakDialog Lukisan
Slayer Divine Intervention
Slayer World Painted Blood
Slipknot Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
Social Black Yelling Riot Will Find a Way (Demo)
Sodom Tapping the Vein
Sodom Better Off Dead
Sodom Ausgebombt (Ep)
Soilwork Steelbath Suicide
Soulfly Prophecy
Soulfly Soulfly
Soundgarden Down on the Upside
Spawn of Possession Cabinet
Stereophonics Performance And Cocktails
Stratovarius Elements, Pt. 1
Sucker Head 10th Agresi
Sucker Head Hipertensi
Suffercation Cryptic Existence
This is one among few of very first death metal stuffs that Malaysia scene ever produced. For Southeastern Asia metalheads, "Cryptic Existence" has historical value, and the band might be considered as one among who have shore up the scene. In my personal taste, this album is great!
Suffocation Suffocation
Suffocation Despise the Sun
Superman Is Dead Black Market Love
Superman Is Dead Kuta Rock City
Swans The Seer
System of a Down Steal This Album!
System of a Down Mezmerize
System of a Down Hypnotize
The Antlers Undersea
The Black Crowes Warpaint
The Broadways Broken Star
The Derek Trucks Band Joyful Noise
The Derek Trucks Band Already Free
The Killers Hot Fuss
The Killers Sam's Town
The King Blues Under The Fog
The Rasmus Hide from the Sun
The S.I.G.I.T. Visible Idea of Perfection
The S.I.G.I.T. Hertz Dyslexia Part II
The Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
The Smashing Pumpkins Adore
The Sounds Something to Die For
The White Stripes Icky Thump
Them Crooked Vultures Them Crooked Vultures
Tohpati Serampang Samba
Total Anal Infection Beast the Bitch (Re-issue)
Trisum 1st Edition
Trisum Five In One
Vatican Shadow Iraqi Praetorian Guard
Vomit Remnants Supreme Entity
Vomit Remnants Indefensible Vehemence
Wolfmother Wolfmother
Wormrot Dead
Zee Avi Zee Avi
Zeke and The Popo Space In the Headlines

3.0 good
Alan Jackson Drive
Antraks Spewing Wrath Blood
The album is good. Anyway, debut (Nastiest Rotten View) is much better...
Arch Enemy Stigmata
Arch Enemy Khaos Legions
Asphyxiate The Process Of Mutilation
Audioslave Revelations
Avril Lavigne Under My Skin
Avril Lavigne Let Go
Betrayer (IDN) Hukuman Mati
Betrayer (IDN) Revolusi
Black Sabbath Technical Ecstasy
Borknagar Urd
Bottlesmoker Before Circus Over
Bottlesmoker Before Circus Over + Frozen Scratch Cerulean
Bring Me The Horizon Count Your Blessings
Bubi Chen The Many Colours of Bubi Chen
Bullet For My Valentine Scream, Aim, Fire
Burgerkill Dua Sisi Repacked
Cainomen Whispering Darkside
Caught in the Wake Forever All The Hurt That Hinders Home
Cavalera Conspiracy Inflikted
Cream Goodbye
DeadEdge Vengeance Falls
Dewa Budjana Home
Dewa Budjana Samsara
Draconian Turning Season Within
Dream Theater Falling into Infinity
Emmure Goodbye to the Gallows
Epica Consign to Oblivion
Eternal Madness Bongkar Batas
Evanescence Evanescence
Fastkill Nuclear Thrashing Attack
Foo Fighters In Your Honor
Fourplay Let's Touch the Sky
Franz Ferdinand Tonight: Franz Ferdinand
Franz Ferdinand Blood
Gelgamesh Last Breath of the Dying One
Girls Aloud Chemistry
Girls Aloud Tangled Up
Goodnight Electric Electroduce Yourself
Gov't Mule By A Thread
Green Day Warning
Green Day Insomniac
Green Day 39/Smooth
Gugun Power Trio Far East Blues Experience
"Far East Experience" exactly well crafted blues music album. This album showed me how blues always alive. The album actually 'nothing' new in global music map, you know, it just something like another reminder to us--that the world ever had a killer guitarist like Jimi Hendrix or SRV. And the album, reminding and refreshing us that Gugun and his friends just continued their blues master predecessor legacy....
Gugun Power Trio Turn It On
Wow..., "Woman" track remind me of the Great Stevie Ray Vaughan...killer rhythm and touching melodies...whole tracks good enough i think, despite no some kind link a blues revolutionary musical line, but the album like another blues guitar oriented musician, may be watching them performing live will be more valuable for me to catch their great play......
Hanson Shout It Out
Helloween Gambling With The Devil
Innerbeauty Peace Through Understanding
Innerbeauty For Our Souls
Iron Maiden Fear of the Dark
Jason Mraz Mr. A-Z
Jimmy Eat World Chase This Light
John Mayer Room for Squares
John Mayer Battle Studies
John Mayer Born and Raised
The album is okay, but it seems different from his previous releases - Mayer changes his musical direction. So, "Born and Raised" easily is not my thing, I know other artists who play similar vibes as this, and they are a lot better...
Kaiser Chiefs Employment
Kanye West My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Katy Perry MTV Unplugged
Kekal 8
Korn Take a Look in the Mirror
Kreator Outcast
Kreator Endorama
Kyuss Wretch
Lee Ritenour Captain Fingers
Lee Ritenour Color Rit
Not my favorite Lee Ritenour's album. But sometimes, it's pretty fun record, especially track "Bahia Funk" and "Mister Reggae". (3/5 - 3.5/5)
Lenka Lenka
Lily Allen Alright, Still
Limp Bizkit Significant Other
Limp Bizkit Three Dollar Bill Y'all
Madonna American Life
Madonna Confessions on a Dancefloor
Mark Ronson Version
Megadeth United Abominations
Mike Shinoda and Joseph Trapanese The Raid: Redemption
Mocca My Diary
Mocca Happy Birthday
This EP seems to show that Mocca try to take different approach of musical direction. Unlike their predecessor LPs which are so pop and jazzy, Mocca apparently also manage to (pop) rock, just listen to opening track "Lucky Me". Beside, they also play some bluesy tune in the follow-on track "Baby, You're a Fool", and some electronica in "I Would Never (Remix)". However, the rest ones still follow similar styles of any other Mocca's previous release.
Monita Tahalea Dream, Hope & Faith
Mount Eerie Dawn
Napalm Death Diatribes
Napalm Death Greed Killing
Nightwish Once
Good, very good i guess..........off-course according to my ears no bad track at all, the album enjoyable enough, but it didn't last too long because soon the boring situation attack me....
Nightwish Imaginaerum
Not bad, this one just could be another GOOD album from Nightwish...surely the album was a quite enjoyable!!
Nirvana Incesticide
Oasis Don't Believe the Truth
Oasis Familiar To Millions
Oasis Dig Out Your Soul
Oh, Nina! Shinny Day Has Come
EP that marks Oh, Nina! as a electropop duo! (their first album was kinda britpop...)
Opeth Orchid
Opeth Damnation
Origin Origin
Overkill Relix IV
Pain Killer Pain Killer
Panic Disorder The Coming Sixth Age
Panic Disorder Choir of Horror
Panopticon Kentucky
Papa Roach The Paramour Sessions
Pearl Jam Riot Act
Pearl Jam Backspacer
Porcupine Tree The Incident
Protocol Afro Protocol Afro
Radiohead The King of Limbs
Rajasinga Pandora
Red Hot Chili Peppers I'm With You
Basically, this album ain't bad, it's pretty good instead! I love only few tracks of it especially "Monarchy of Rose," "Did I Let You Know," and "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie". Their new guitarist, in my opinion, is pretty talented, but as a long-time fan of RHCP (I love all of their albums with John Fruciante as guitarist) I need more times to dig this and try to forget my hero, Mr. Fruciante...
Rotor (IND) Eleven Keys
Rudra Brahmavidya: Immortal I
Scorpions Sting in the Tail
Seek Six Sick Live at LAF
decent album, good live noise-rock performace, but i can't stand their weak vox...
Seether Disclaimer II
Seether Karma And Effect
Seether Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
Sepultura Kairos
Serj Tankian Elect the Dead
Serj Tankian Imperfect Harmonies
Siksakubur Tentara Merah Darah
Siksakubur The Carnage
Sin Offering Story of Dark Infront the Live
Slayer God Hates Us All
Slipknot All Hope Is Gone
Sodom Get What You Deserve
Soilwork Stabbing the Drama
Sore Sombreros Kiddos
Soundgarden Ultramega OK
Soundgarden Louder Than Love
Stream Of Passion The Flame Within
Suffocation Souls to Deny
Suffocation Blood Oath
Superman Is Dead Angels and the Outsiders
Swarms Low Sun
Taylor Swift Taylor Swift
Tengkorak Agenda Suram
The Rolling Stones A Bigger Bang
The S.I.G.I.T. Hertz Dyslexia Part I
The Stone Roses Second Coming
The Word Alive Life Cycles
Tohpati It's Time
Here, Tohpati plays easy and soft jazz (you can say it pop, smooth, light jazz or whatsoever you want). The album as whole is pretty okay in my opinion, but I recommend you track It's Time, Song for Aceh, and Gembala.
Total Anal Infection Beast the Bitch
Travis The Boy With No Name
Trey Songz Chapter V
Trojan Metamorphosis As the Phenomenon
Various Artists (Metal) Maiden Heaven: A Tribute to Iron Maiden
Veil of Maya [id]
Zeke and The Popo Unrescued World
Good EP, despite it is not so that impressive and there's nothing groundbreaking yet. However, Zeke and The Popo obviously show that they are talented, and they will be "something" big only if they find their own deep musical twist.

2.5 average
'N Sync Greatest Hits
Alan Jackson Who I Am
Anorma What You Hold Dear is None
As I Lay Dying Beneath the Encasing of Ashes
Ashlee Simpson Bittersweet World
Attack Attack! (US) Attack Attack! (Deluxe Reissue)
Attack Attack! (US) This Means War
Avenged Sevenfold City of Evil
Avril Lavigne The Best Damn Thing
Avril Lavigne Goodbye Lullaby
Backstreet Boys Never Gone
Backstreet Boys Unbreakable
Backstreet Boys The Hits: Chapter One
Black Sabbath Forbidden
Breaking Benjamin Dear Agony
Bring Me The Horizon There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It...
Britney Spears Oops!...I Did It Again
Britney Spears In the Zone
Britney Spears Britney
Britney Spears Blackout
Britney Spears Circus
Britney Spears Femme Fatale
Burgerkill Dua Sisi
Children of Bodom Are You Dead Yet?
Chthonic Mirror Of Retribution
DeadSquad Horror Vision
I tried few spins for this stuff, and still don't click yet. Probably it was because of its
kinda overused and boring breakdowns, or something (I dunno!)! Actually, nothing wrong with
breakdowns, however this stuff is not my cup of coffee. And one thing more, DeadSquad also
delivered a few short clean jazz licks on one or two songs. This is something unnecessary,
imo. I love jazz, really, but putting some clean jazzy licks into this brutal death stuff,
it would be kinda strange - DeadSquad seemed like want to show people that they're a
technical brutal death band, in my opinion this such approach doesn't really make any
Dream Theater When Dream and Day Unite
Eric Clapton Pilgrim
Eric Clapton Money and Cigarettes
Evanescence The Open Door
Five 5ive
Foo Fighters One by One
Foo Fighters Five Songs and a Cover
Funeral Inception H.A.T.E.
Grave Dancers Morbid Nation
"Morbid Nation", wow, album title is so cool. Grave Dancers? Hell yeah, this such band name is also fuccking damn great! However, their music is not so that great. It's average, people won't get something special from this release. But, to check out the stuff is nothing to loose, right? Yeah, I never click this album, but who knows this one is your cup of tea...r
Green Day 21st Century Breakdown
Grind Buto Welcome to Annihillation
Gugun Power Trio Get The Bug
Hanson Underneath
Hanson The Walk
Helloween Chameleon
Helloween Rabbit Don't Come Easy
Iron Maiden The X Factor
Iron Maiden No Prayer for the Dying
Iron Maiden Virtual XI
Jessica Simpson A Public Affair
Justin Timberlake FutureSex/LoveSounds
Kaiser Chiefs Yours Truly, Angry Mob
Kamelot Siege Perilous
Katy Perry One of the Boys
Katy Perry Teenage Dream
Katy Perry Katy Hudson
Kekal Audible Minority
Korn See You on the Other Side
Korn Untitled
Korn Korn III: Remember Who You Are
Korn The Path of Totality
Kreator Renewal
Kyuss Sons Of Kyuss
Lady Gaga The Fame
Lady Gaga The Fame Monster
Lady Gaga Born This Way
Lady Gaga A Very Gaga Holiday
Lee Ritenour Rit
A bit boring, but it's not so that bad; 2.5/5 to 3/5 is fair, Imo...
Limp Bizkit Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water
Limp Bizkit Results May Vary
Madonna Hard Candy
Madonna MDNA
Maroon 5 Overexposed
Mastodon Jonah Hex: Revenge Gets Ugly EP
Megadeth The World Needs a Hero
Metallica St. Anger
Metallica Reload
Metallica Load
Mocca Untuk Rena Original Soundtrack
Napalm Death Inside the Torn Apart
Napalm Death Hatred Surge
Nile Ramses Bringer of War
Oasis Heathen Chemistry
Oasis Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
Oh, Nina! Enjoy The Euphoria Of Anti-Cliche World
Not bad, also nothing special!
Opeth Burden
Opeth Apostle in Triumph
Pantera I Am the Night
Papa Roach lovehatetragedy
Papa Roach 5 Tracks Deep
Papa Roach ...To Be Loved: The Best of Papa Roach
Paramore All We Know Is Falling
Paramore Riot!
Paramore Brand New Eyes
Pearl Jam Binaural
Pop Shuvit Amped & Dangerous
Aww, this is not their best record, IMO. Don't like this, I prefer their previous stuffs
named "Take It & Shuvit" and "Here and Now" over this one!
Protest the Hero Search for the Truth
Rage Against The Machine Renegades
Red Hot Chili Peppers The Red Hot Chili Peppers
Rotor (IND) New Blood
Rotor (IND) Menang
Scorpions Moment of Glory
Sekarat Confounded by Hatred
Siksakubur St. Kristo
To be honest, this SK's latest release is far from satisfactory. And a 2.5 is the highest rating of mine...
Slank Anthem For The Broken Hearted
Slayer Diabolus in Musica
Spice Girls Spice
Spice Girls Spiceworld
Spice Girls Greatest Hits
Sucker Head Manic Depressive
The Acacia Strain ...And Life Is Very Long
The Devil Wears Prada Dear Love: A Beautiful Discord
The Devil Wears Prada Patterns of a Horizon
The Rolling Stones Bridges to Babylon
Westlife Back Home

2.0 poor
'N Sync Celebrity
'N Sync No Strings Attached
Ashlee Simpson Autobiography
Ashlee Simpson I Am Me
Attack Attack! (US) Someday Came Suddenly
Attack Attack! (US) Attack Attack!
Backstreet Boys Millennium
Backstreet Boys Black & Blue
Backstreet Boys Backstreet Boys
Backstreet Boys Backstreet's Back
Backstreet Boys This Is Us
Betrayer (IDN) Betrayer
Black Veil Brides We Stitch These Wounds
Black Veil Brides Rebels
Bring Me The Horizon Suicide Season
Emmure The Complete Guide to Needlework
Emmure Nine Eleven Zero Four
Emmure Demo '05
Emmure Speaker of the Dead
Emmure Slave to the Game
If you are not familiar with metalcore, it's okay for you to have this stuff. Yea sometimes the bad thing leads you to the good thing. Listening to this, you know what terrible metalcore means, and so, if you already knew what bad metalcore criteria is, and then I know you will search the finest metalcore stuffs! Ciaww...
Eric Clapton Behind the Sun
Girls Aloud Out of Control
Hanson Middle of Nowhere
Jessica Simpson In This Skin (Collector's Edition)
Jessica Simpson Sweet Kisses
Jessica Simpson Irresistible
Jessica Simpson In This Skin
Jessica Simpson Do You Know
Jonas Brothers Jonas Brothers
Jonas Brothers A Little Bit Longer
Justin Bieber My World 2.0
Justin Timberlake Justified
Kaiser Chiefs Off With Their Heads
Kaiser Chiefs Start the Revolution Without Me
Kamelot Dominion
Lady Gaga The Cherrytree Sessions
Lady Gaga The Remix
Lindsay Lohan A Little More Personal (Raw)
Lindsay Lohan Speak
Megadeth Risk
Miley Cyrus Breakout
Miley Cyrus The Time of Our Lives
Miley Cyrus Can't Be Tamed
Moses Bandwidth Shifin Ablazes Stigmata
This album sucks hard! Their female vocalist; awful and awful (she fits only in track "Laila Majnun"). Keyboard and guitar; (under) average. But, after all, good luck for you if you want to dig this!!! Who knows you will like it, even (in my opinion) this one sucks....
Napalm Death Words from the Exit Wound
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday
Pantera Projects in the Jungle
Papa Roach Potatoes for Christmas
Papa Roach Let 'Em Know
Protest the Hero Sequoia Throne: Remixed
Pussycat Dolls PCD
Scorpions Eye II Eye
Seether Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray
Soilwork The Early Chapters
Spice Girls Forever
The Killers Day & Age

1.5 very poor
Abandon All Ships Infamous
Black Veil Brides Set the World on Fire
Britney Spears ...Baby One More Time
Bullet For My Valentine Fever
Emmure The Respect Issue
Eric Clapton August
Five Invincible
Jonas Brothers Lines, Vines and Trying Times
Jonas Brothers Jonas L.A.
Katy Perry One of the Boys (Platinum Australian Tour Edition)
Nicki Minaj Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded
Pantera Metal Magic
Papa Roach Metamorphosis
Paris Hilton Paris
I'll alway remember this such lyrics; "Tonight I'll be your liquid dream. They want a piece
of what I got...". OMG, Miss Hilton is so right..., yeah I know your body is so sexi, Paris!
So what?? But, your music album sucks... - The looks : 99,9 % sexy (Singing has reduced 0,1
percent of her level sexiness). - Singing ability : 13,3 % (Need more vocal-teachers from
seven corners of the world). - Video Music : 69 % sexy (Professional director of music-video
has reduced her sexiness, she is better (sexier) in amateur video, though! Far better if
it's shooted without any director).r
Pussycat Dolls Doll Domination
Westlife Where We Are

1.0 awful
'N Sync Home for Christmas
Attack Attack! (US) If Guns Are Outlawed, Can We Use Swords?
Emmure Felony
I knew Emmure in my first day after I registered the account. Therefore, I'm not surprise
that many friends of mine also never heard Emmure. Here, me and my friends always have cool
American-metalcore stuffs, but, Emmure? Ooh, God, I don't what to say! This stuff sucks hard
(if I was 12, I might like it!). If you want to do a suicide and feel a bit afraid to pull
gun's trigger, I recommend you this. FELONY, with all of its horrible music, you will be
determined to do a suicide. Nothing in this world is more horrible than this, even a
Jonas Brothers It's About Time
Porcupine Tree Lightbulb Sun
Westlife World Of Our Own

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