Discussion in 'Entertainment Lounge' started by HeathDavisSpeed, Feb 13, 2012.
Steve Aoki remix of Cudi, so gun.
loing a bit of Macklemore atm. 'inhale deep' is such a good song.
Black Sabbath's Master of Reality album. Always preferred this one over Paranoid. Darker and heavier in sound. Children of the Grave has to be my favourite Sabbath song.
Really digging some Macklemore lately. Downtown is pretty ace, Growing Up as well
Hope you have your tickets!
Did think about going but will stick to AC/DC in December. Keen as hell for the Melbourne show.
Its actually amazing
Been listening to a lot of the old Metallica stuff lately. The Black Album is immense.
Matt Corby - Monday
RIP to Glenn Frey of Eagles. Its been a shit month or so for my favourite music. Death to him, Lemmy, Stevie Wright and Scott Weiland. Bowie too but I can't say much since I haven't really heard much of his music.
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Violent Soho's new single 'Viceroy' - taken from the band's highly anticipated fourth album 'Waco', which will be released on March 18th, 2016.
Has anyone else listened to The Life of Pablo yet?
I'm halfway through first listen and it's pretty fucking good.
Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny
This album is the definition of metal. Victim of Changes alone has some of the greatest guitar licks. Tipton and Downing were bosses.
Victims of Changes was my jam when I was a teen. Love Sad Wings of Destiny.
Judas Priest - Painkiller album.
Definitely their best album of their material from 1990 onward. Much heavier and had better direction that its predecessor Ram It Down which had some subpar material. Love the title track, Leather Rebel and Metal Meltdown.
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On a bit of a Radiohead binge atm. Fuck this is such a perfect song. So, so good.
That is a good song. Funny you should say that, as I have been listening to In Rainbows on the tube for the last few days. Such a good album.
Yeah In Rainbows is near perfection IMO. I absolutely adore Radiohead and I think it's probably their most perfect album, although I still take Kid A. 'Jigsaw' is just so triumphant on the record for mine, such a brilliant piece of art about the moment we've all experienced that it is explaining.
Love In Utero. Got some of their best tunes on it although Bleach is actually my favourite album.
What's In Rainbows like? The only album past 2000 I've heard is Hail To The Thief which I wasn't a huge fan of.
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