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    Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence-Dream Theater

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    Looks like Argus has experienced a Sonic Attack on his district.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Weston View Post
    Looks like Argus has experienced a Sonic Attack on his district.
    Yes, but I did not panic and thought only of myself.

    BTW, have you heard that Manuel Gottsching album. Not only is it excellent but every sound on it is made by treated electric guitars. And that was in the mid 70's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpmcnama View Post
    Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence-Dream Theater
    Good call!
    "I like to think that oysters transcend national barriers" - Roger Waters

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    The original Broadway cast recording.
    Martha doesn't signal when the orchestra comes in, she's just pursing her lips..

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    Ah, great selection up there Argus, reminded me of when I was big into Krautrock and Space Rock...
    I loved Can, Neu!, Cluster, that La Dusseldorf record, and Guru Guru. Things like Ash Ra Tempel, Amon Düül II and Agitation Free took more effort from me..

    I have a few recent purchases lined up for today, I went on a bit of an 80's synth-pop binge..
    Holy ****** - Latin
    New Order - Brotherhood
    Gary Numan - The Pleasure Principle
    Ultravox! - Ultravox!
    OMD - Architecture & Morality
    Primal Scream - Screamadelica
    Life is a long lesson in humility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andruini View Post
    Ah, great selection up there Argus, reminded me of when I was big into Krautrock and Space Rock...
    I loved Can, Neu!, Cluster, that La Dusseldorf record, and Guru Guru. Things like Ash Ra Tempel, Amon Düül II and Agitation Free took more effort from me..

    I have a few recent purchases lined up for today, I went on a bit of an 80's synth-pop binge..
    Holy ****** - Latin
    New Order - Brotherhood
    Gary Numan - The Pleasure Principle
    Ultravox! - Ultravox!
    OMD - Architecture & Morality
    Primal Scream - Screamadelica
    Every now and again I like to delve back into some prog or Krautrock or something like that I haven't listened to in a while. Agitation Free I always forget about but Malesch is an awesome record.

    Good selection of 80's synth pop. Others that would fit in are Cabaret Voltaire, Depeche Mode and early Human Leugue. My dad was well into that stuff in the 80's and has loads of bootleg cassettes from gigs him and his mates smuggled recorders into. There seems to be a mini revival of that sound with artists like La Roux, Hot Chip and Little Boots. But to be honest I prefer long hypnotic synth improvs over the short concise pop song. That's where the Germans like Klaus Schulze and Tangerine Dream specialised over the British.

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    Alhambra - Fadista

    It's a Japanese prog metal band and I have 2 of their earlier albums which are in Japanese. I think they're like Angra and fellow country mates, Galneryus.

    And personally I'd like to say that they're better than Dream Theatre.

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    Central Market by Tyondai Braxton..
    I'm not entirely sure how to catalog this.. I've heard it marketed as a contemporary classical CD.. After all, it's an album of compositions for orchestra and electronics and rock instruments... However, it's totally on the fringe of what we call classical music... It sounds more like his work with Battles, except with a more Stravinskian edge to it. It's an amazing album, really really interesting stuff. Highly recommended.
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    Genesis ~ Dancing With The Moonlit Knight
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0Spl1cOf-od

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    Depeche Mode - Songs of Faith and Devotion.

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    Kamelot - Karma (2001)

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    Queen - Who wants to live forever.

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