igustavo already uploaded a bunch of Dream Theater a few posts back.
Last edited by _Lost_; 12-01-2008 at 02:18 PM.
Anyone have any Themselves? I'll take anything and everything you may have, but preferably The No Music. Any other Anticon stuff (other than Why? because I already have everything of his) you want to give me is welcome, as well. I know someone here listens to this stuff, that's how I got into Why? in the first place.
Also, I need The Blood Brothers' Crimes again.
Pleaseeee and thank you.
No one requested this, but this is definitely something everyone should check out:
God Is An Astronaut - S/T
Password for .rar file: www.alternative2punk.com
They're an amazing instrumental/post-rock band. I highly recommend putting on headphones, laying down and closing your eyes, and listening to this album. It's amazing.
Math is more than formulas or equations; it's logic, it's rationality, it's using your mind to solve the biggest mysteries we know.
For llamas and Rick:
Subtle - For Hero: For Fool
One of the most dense and awesome albums I've ever heard. The second part of the Hour Hero Yes trilogy. It was recorded shortly after the band was in a tour bus accident which left one of their members a quadriplegic. The resulting stress gave the album an overbearing anxious, tense, and bitter vibe, but there's a lot of beauty mixed in there too mostly coming from the full-time cello player. Musically it's incredibly busy and layered and constantly shifts between various styles ranging from almost Aphex Twin style electronica/IDM to spacey post-rock to dancey-club music, to 'tough guy' hip hop and virtually everything in between. Every time the music changes, the vocals do as well, constantly shifting delivery to the point where it could easily be mistaken that they have more than one vocalist (other members do occasionally do backing vocals, but all the lead stuff and even most of the backing stuff is him doing layers). He'll go from almost Twista-speed rapping to singing to tough-guy strutting at the drop of a hat. His natural voice is a little bit on the nasally side which doesn't really work that well on like 2-3 brief moments throughout the whole album, but he's got more than enough chops to make up for them.
Any Jawbreaker full length please. Preferably Dear You, i hear that's their most accesible record.
Originally Posted by Tom Gabel