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  1. I organized my CD collection today, which is over 600. They are in boxes in my shed, as is usual for my collections. I had some thoughts about it. It is mostly Euro style heavy metal, with just a few other things. I like special editions and imports. Usually, the Japanese prints have bonus tracks. So there are a lot of CDs where I have multiple copies of the same album. I might have a US, Japanese, Korean, or Russian copy. I think Iron Maiden is the biggest part of my collection, with over 50 CDs. I have an album from Dragon Lord that I ordered from Germany. I was scouring the internet for a couple years looking for that album, and found it in the inventory of some store in Germany. There is a band called Aethra which does not have a label. But they self published an album and made 300 copies. I got a personalized autographed copy. That's my proudest CD. I have every Gwar album. Last year I got a back stage pass to see them. I got all their autographs. I like going to concerts and getting autographs. Most of my collection comes from Napalm Records or Nuclear Blast. They have special box sets and LPs. I'm a sucker for special edition stuff. Why do bands make live albums? Some of the live albums I have are pretty good, but for the most part I'd rather listen to the studio version. Maybe some day I will lay everything out and take pictures. That's about all the rambling I have for now.
  2. Hello everyone, I would like to ask you guys who use itunes and buy pony songs album "My Little Pony - Songs of Friendship and Magic (Music from the Original TV Series)" I bought some songs from this album and not completed it. the question is : Is this albums removed from itunes store ? because I cannot see this album anymore in store. I tried to get the album to show its full album but it keep saying that no additional songs available. I also tried other albums and it can show full album normally. thanks.
  3. Yo! I was just wondering what you all thought the best albums of 2015 were. For me it was- David Gilmour - Rattle That Lock Brandon Flowers - The Desired Effect Blackmore's Night - All our Yesterdays So, list as many as you want!
  4. Ah 2015, a year which a lot of metalheads awaited, mainly to hear future releases that were out in this very year and a year which was actually not bad as for those releases.Some bands released quality material as usual, while others seemed to have failed in front of their own fanbase. But today, I'm here to talk about my favorite albums of the year 2015!: 1.The Book Of Souls by Iron Maiden While some people think that this album is still the same old boring produced same pace Maiden (Modern Iron Maiden for a more concrete definition), I for myself honestly think that it works in this release. I think it's the most old school sounding modern Maiden release! From songs like If Eternity Should Fail to songs like the 13 and 10 respective minutes epics called The Red And The Black and title-track called The Book Of Souls, I think we have all the proof to say that it aims more at their older sound than their other modern releases, even if the production is far from being their best. But I'm not done here! While sounding like that at some points, most of the songs from this one, kicks ass, I mean, it does not lack the Maiden energy, that carries to most of those songs! Also, while I think Bruce Dickinson's vocal aren't the best he did, I think they're alright! And the musical arrangement are not bad, and they manage to get really epic in the album's 18 minutes closer called Empire of the Clouds. In conclusion, I think this album is one of the better modern Iron Maiden release, and it's not a letdown. Favorite songs: If Eternity Should Fail, The Great Unknown, The Red and the Black, When The River Runs Deep, The Book of Souls, Empire of the Clouds. 2.VII : Sturm Und Drang by Lamb Of God I gotta say that for a first full listen of a Lamb Of God, I'd say it is not a deception of any kind. This album does not suck, it's even a good one! With it's variety of riffs and styles, it shows it's potential right away! The clean sections might not be the best thing about this album, but they do not make that one go down instantly! For a full review check out this post in this very blog: Favorite songs: Still Echoes, Erase This, Footprints, Delusion Pandemic, Torches 3.What Should Not Be Unearthed by Nile From the variety to the excelent immersion of it's songs, here next we got this great new release by Nile. I got myself listening to songs in some generous amount of times (such as Evil To Cast Out Evil and the first underestimated Liber Stellae Rubaeae). To list the positives, we got some nice drumming from George Kollias, good vocals and some of the heaviest songs the band has released yet such as Call To Destruction, Rape of The Black Earth, etc... For the negative point it is the drums production which could have been a bit better! For a full review check out this post in this very blog: Favorite songs: Call To Destruction, Liber Stellae Rubeae, In The Name Of Amun, Evil to Cast Out Evil, Rape Of The Black Earth 4.Terms of Surrender by Black Fast This really recent band from St. Louis called Black Fast released a nice piece of modern Thrash Metal music. With this album called terms Of Surrender, they were able to show what they were capable of. In this nearly 45 minutes record, the band were able to play a Thrashy, yet really progressive and interesting style of metal. The entire album is really original full of catchy songs in their own right! Those riffs that are either original or just plain creative. You just have to check out this great album for yourself as it is a really talented one! Favorite songs: The Keep, To Propagate the Void, Tongues of Silver, The Coming Swarm, I Conspire, Vacuous Idol, Until Dust Check out the music video of "I Conspire"!: 5.Plan of The Damned by Acid Reign (Single) About time that this band released new shit! And it's with a "rebooted" line-up that Acid Reign released a... and yes I know it is not an album but who cares! ...single! The song begins with what seems to be a mid-paced start but soon after the 2:30 mark of the song, you know, it's dat part where it THRASH! And bam! The Thrashy parts starts just as H the lead singer says "THIS IS NOT A TEST!". Here, nice and thrashy riffs awaits you for a nice finish! I really hope that they keep heading this away for their future new release! You can check out the song here: Honorable mentions: 1.Redemption From Refaim by A.R.G. A neat album from a band who released the last album prior to that one in 1991! Equilibrium: 2.Ungod by Morgoth A great comeback album in the vein of their first oldschool Death Metal album called Cursed (1991). It sounds oldschool and it deserves attention from the eyes of the Death Metal scene Snakestate: 3.Underworld by Symphony X An album that has it's moment while a some are kind of forgettable, but not a lot of them are actually. A pretty typical album from them. I recommend you to listen to Kiss Of Fire a thousand times, because it's one of their best songs ever, thank you! Kiss Of Fire: 4.Genexus by Fear Factory Not their best album, but a good one at least. Some good Industrial Metal there, really a lot to check there. Djent incorporation also makes this one worth it. The title-track, Genexus: 5.Suicide Society by Annihilator I don't get why people hate this album, all that those people seems to say is that the song My Revenge is a rip-off of Metallica's Damage Inc. just because Jeff Waters "took" a riff from that song, but why would say that a song is bad because of a freakin riff?!? Come on, metal scene I know you're a lot better than that (or is it?). You know what, screw those people, because I like this album and I recommend you that one, and you can ignore Snap, that song is not worth your time. Creepin' Again: 6.My God-Given Right by Helloween Not that bad this album is, check out my full review: Battle's Won: 7.I Worship Chaos by Children Of Bodom A good album from this popular Finnish melo-death band. I Hurt, is one of my favorite songs from the band if not my favorite, because it simply just kills! The rest of the album is alright and you should check it out for yourself! I Hurt: 8.Reveries... by Supuration This one is an album of re-recorded songs from the band's demo's and E.P.s. I got myself listening to some songs a lot of times, including the album's opener Avoid the Contamination, Suffocate Through Asphyxia and others... They even recorded a cover of Anthrax's Among The Living, check it out! Suffocate Through Asphyxia: 9.Dead Man's Path by Malevolent Creation A recent release from those Death Metal veterans. They released a nice album with a couple of great sounding songs like Imperium (Kill Force Rising), Blood Of The Fallen, etc... Blood Of The Fallen: 10.Emanations by Ouroboros I just recently got into these guys, and their first album is really good but their second album evolves their Technical Thrash/Death Metal sound into a whole new level with the additions of symphonic elements, honestly, check that one out! The album in it's entirety: 11.Envers Et Contre Tous by Anonymus Quebec's Anonymus released a neat new album this summer which suceeds to the also neat État Brute (2011). It gots the typical elements of their modern music: Fast, Thrashy and efficient! Décrisse: 12.Repentless by Slayer Ok, you might don't take me seriously, but I think that this album is a half-good, half-meh/bad type of album, it gots some nice songs (Repentless, Take Control, Piano Wire, Atrocity Vendor and You Against You) while the rest of the album is either full of meh or not terrible/bad songs (Vices, Cast The First Stone, When The Stilness Comes (Not bad), Chasing Death, Implode (Not The Worst), Pride In Prejudice (Worst song of the album)). I think it should have been a lot better, but either way that's their music, so yeah... Repentless (Damn already to 6m views): 13.Bad Magic by Motörhead This release, is a sad one, because it's officialy their last ever due to the death of a Legend called Lemmy Kilmister, Rest In Peace! Metal music will highly miss you! Also, I feel sorry that I have not listen to much of this album mainly it's their last, because priorities man! But from what I've been hearing it seemed good, while not being the best I heared from Motörhead. Last music video the band has ever released from a song called When The Sky Comes Looking For You: To conclude, I think that this year was not all that bad concerning those releases, it had defenitely some good ones and some who I can revisit! I highly anticipate 2016! With albums from Vektor, Voivod, Megadeth and other set to be released for next year, I think that this year might deliver us some surprises from the Metal scene! Happy new year 2016! Psss... You can also check out the 2014 edition of this, thanks...:
  5. Hey, guys! Welcome to my blog, and today I'll be discussing my top ten favourite Electronic albums, from the year 2000, to the present year 2015. Keep in mind, these are all great albums that have influenced my own music, and I believe that they have a place on the podium of unforgettable Electronic hits! Be sure to check them all out, and tell me what you think in the comments! owo 10 Calamari Tuesday (Feed Me) A first for Feed Me, Gooch's album continues to remind us why we all love Feed Me! A great album showcasing Gooch's musical talent, this album definitely hasn't disappointed any fans of the little green monster. With huge basslines and catchy melodies, this album can get anyone dancing! 9 Smash (Martin Solveig) Martin Solveig displays his dance genius with this Pop-friendly album! With many of its singles moving on to become huge radio hits, Solveig once again shows us his talent as a producer and vocalist. The French never disappoint! 8 Random Album Title (Deadmau5) More memorable than his Twitter beefs, this breakthrough album from the mau5 reminds us all why he has become an icon in the Dance music world. This is the album that has defined the Progressive House talent. 7 Cross (Justice) With this debut album as their Genesis, the duo has taken the world by storm. With the most distorted synths and hypnotizing basslines, this is one massive album that combines nostalgic sounds with the most sophisticated sound design. This is one album you can't miss! 6 Eric Prydz Presents Pryda(Eric Prydz) A veteran of the Electronic Dance scene, the genius behind Cirez D and Pryda releases a compilation of brand new Dance material, as well as classics that define the Pryda alias. No stranger to the club life, Prydz proves this with Pryda. This album comes jam-packed with songs that prove the top-notch quality of Prydz's production. 5 Syro (Aphex Twin) After a massive hiatus, Richard David James, better known as Aphex Twin, returns to the Electronic music scene with Syro. Aphex Twin fails to disappoint, releasing more music that proves that he is one of a kind. This new album is the perfect way for new fans of Aphex Twin to get a taste of what he's all about. 4 Clarity (Zedd) After listening to this album, it is clear that Anton Zaslavski, better known as Zedd, is a force to be reckoned with. Adopting a more Pop-friendly style and infusing it with his old Electro House production, Zedd creates a powerhouse album that anyone can enjoy. From Pop hits such as Clarity, to heavy Electronic beats with Stache, Zedd reminds us why he is an outstanding name in the future generation of Electronic music. 3 Worlds (Porter Robinson) A massive name in the Electro House scene, Porter surprises us with his debut album. Far from his Electro roots, Porter expresses himself in a brand new way. Porter shows us his world with this album. Although nowhere near his old Electro style, he has still proven his talent with such a shift. The Worlds tour is also a performance you cannot miss! 2 Adventure (Madeon) After a long hiatus, Hugo Leclercq (Madeon) returns with a monster of an album. With such high expectations brought upon him with hit singles such as Icarus, and his remix of Raise Your Weapon, Madeon succeeds on bringing us on an Adventure with this album. Madeon continues to release incredible music, his new album showing a more refined style. Madeon's debut does not disappoint. 1 Discovery (Daft Punk) Daft Punk's first album of the 2000's fails to disappoint! Often considered two of the leading pioneers of House music, they defend this title with one of the most influential Electronic albums in history. Breeding hits such as One More Time, Daft Punk first reached the mainstream with this album. Danceable and full of emotion, this album is a great Discovery for any music fan! ~~~ So, yeah. The albums found above are ten Electronic albums that have landed on my top ten list. What albums have impressed you? Comment below with your suggestions. owo
  6. So as we head into the much anticipated 2015 year, this has been a great year for Metal in general with great releases from great bands. So here are my favorite Metal albums, in no particular order, for the year of 2014. (Note that there are others but in those I haven't really listen to all of the songs in them Blood In Blood Out by Exodus This album was a bit attacked by the fans, mainly because of the vocals of Steve Souza, I think that he has done an excellent job at the vocals and with the great riffs of Gary Holt, this was an excellent combo that made this a must buy for thrash fans from all around the world. Favorite tracks: Black 13, Blood In Blood Out, Salt The Wound, Honor Killings and Food For The Worms Rating: 92% Black 13: Esoteric Warfare by Mayhem This album was a pure audio massacre from the start until the end. Attila's vocals were fitting with most of the songs in the album, the blast beats were perfectly done, in harmony with the devastating melody played by the rest of the band. Even if some parts were a bit too experimental, Mayhem did put a great display of what today's Black Metal music is all about. I also love the lyrical themes in the songs, the theme that is mostly use here are psychological warfares, a strange concept yet interesting. Favorite Tracks: Watchers, Trinity and Throne Of Time Rating: 84% Earthborn Evolution by Beyond Creation Those guys from Montreal in the province of Quebec (Pure laine tabarnak (get it? lol)) knows how to play tech. death metal and they proved it once again in this new release. My favorite thing from this album is the bass player (BTW called Dominic "Forest" Lapointe), because of the way he plays the instrument, it adds a charm to the melody already played by the rest of the band. This album is way more experimental than it's predecessor (The Aura) and it lacks a little bit of the brutality that The Aura had but it is still solid Death Metal from beginning to end. Favorite Tracks: Elusive Reverence, Sous La Lueur De L'empereur, Earthborn Revolution and Theatrical Delirium Rating: 90% Tibi et Igni by Vader What an impressive effort with this release by this band which will never stop to amaze me. This album is just really agressive yet so advanced and doesn't lack originality at all. All of the songs from this album are a must listen and the tempo from a song to another is really great. I also love the immersion of classical music in some tracks which brings an ambiance of some sort and helped me go along with some songs on the album. Favorite Tracks: Go To Hell, Where Angels Weep, Hexenkessel, Abandon All Hope, The Eye Of The Abyss, The End Rating: 97% Hexenkessel: Other notable releases White Devil Armory by Overkill Armorist: R.I.B. by Tankard Rest In Beer: Redeemer Of Souls by Judas Priest Ravenous Plague by Legion Of The Damned Doom Priest: (I know the video is from 2013 but the album came out in 2014) The 7 Deadly Sins by Necrodeath Wrath: So, I hope you have a great new year, metalheads and non-metalheads bronies, and that this year brings you good health and prosperity (and hopefully great new metal releases hahaha) Thanks!
  7. Title says it all. I just got Gluey Porch Treatments by the Melvins.
  8. Ok, so before I explain this I am going to explain something else. There is a genre called Stoner Rock (bear with me here). This genre does not talk about drugs or anything like that, it is called that because it is like taking psychedelic rock and making it harder mix with a little bit of heavy metal. The artists I recommend are Kyuss (Kai-uss), Truckfighters, Orange Goblin and a slightly obscure one called Neon Warship. The cool part is that each one sounds different from each other. So now to the album part. I am going to put this ina list I have on a tex document: (Let me know what you think) Album Title: Cosomonautical, 1971 Genre: Stoner Rock Concept Album: Yes About: A group of Russian Astronauts (Cosmonaut is the correct term, thus it is used for this reason) who gets sent to Mars, but is never mentioned to the public, and discovers aliens and other creatures and go on an exploration Style: Mostly instrumental. When there are lyrics, make sure they tell the story but refrain from being blunt. Also refrain from being sterotypical [Main characters are "average joes" who are actually "special" (These guys aren't special or average. They have talents and things they know and can do, but aren't special or average.), main characters are heros, there is a fight between "good" and evil" one thing helps start the whole story (Things go wrong, etc.), one thing at the end changes everything, etc.] This is an idea I am hoping on working on with someone else in the future......if I can find a guitarist that can also play a piano and a bassist who can also play guitar
  9. Hey there everypony So i know there are those songs you'll never delete from your ipod/mp3 player and keep re-listening to, but does anyone here do that with full albums? I find that every third album i listen to will be 'Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: Volume One' by Coheed and Cambria, it's not even my favourite of their albums, but i find it so easy just to hit play on track one and just leave it to run through 15 tracks of pure, gorgeous, prog gooeyness :3 there are other albums i find myself listening through on the off chance, but never as often as Coheed. anyone here do the same sort of thing?
  10. So what's your favorite double album and why? For me it has to be Blonde On Blonde by Bob Dylan. In fact, I'm listening to it right now. It's the only double album in which I love every single song on it. I like the mono version more than the stereo version but either one works just fine.
  11. I'm wondering what my fellow bronies think are the best rock albums ever made. Feel free to include Folk Rock; Heavy Metal; Punk Rock and such... For me, it's defiantly the following: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band (1967) by The Beatles The Dark Side of the Moon (1973) by Pink Floyd Led Zeppelin IV (1971) by Led Zeppelin Abbey Road (1969) by The Beatles Wish You Were Here (1975) by Pink Floyd A Night at the Opera (1975) by Queen Rumours (1977) by Fleetwood Mac Led Zeppelin II (1969) by Led Zeppelin Revolver (1966) by The Beatles A Hard Day's Night (1964) by The Beatles Rubber Soul (1965) by The Beatles Pet Sounds (1966) by The Beach Boys The Wall (1979) by Pink Floyd Animals (1977) by Pink Floyd Meddle (1971) by Pink Floyd The Piper at the Gates of Dawn (1967) by Pink Floyd Led Zeppelin (1968) by Led Zeppelin The Beatles (The White Album) (1968) by The Beatles All Things Must Pass (1973) by George Harrison Band on the Run (1973) by Paul McCartney Who's Next (1971) by The Who Tommy (1968) by The Who Quadrophenia (1975) by The Who and a dozen more...
  12. Title sums it up. Of all the albums released last year, which one would be your favorite? Aka, your AOTY. Personally, my list is sort of split. But definite AOTY is Hop Along - Get Disowned. But in terms of lists,
  13. Being able to upload tracks and share them all over the ponynet with features like an embedded player and fun stat tracking is pretty sweet. But you know what's sweeter? Being able to organize all these tracks into albums. By popular demand from the alpha testing team, I've enabled the album code on and have gotten to work polishing the feature to be as useful as possible. Let me give you a short tour! Here's an example album, compiled by . Each track in the album gets its own player on the page. The layout was inspired partly by a mockup included in a feature request and partly by SoundCloud. The cool trick here is that once you start playing a track, the next track will play automatically, and so on until the end of the album. Moreover, attempting to start playing another track before the current one has finished will automatically pause the current one before beginning playback of the new track. Album downloads are beautiful, too. Designed to make keeping your music library as organized as possible, they come in a zip file with the following directory structure: <Artist Name> <Album Name> Inside the album's folder, all of the album's tracks await in your selected format, joined by a text file containing a tracklist and the artist's notes on each track in the album (in a later revision, I plan to make this a fully-formatted Markdown file ). Have a screenshot: Pay close attention to the directory path in this one: makes maintaining an organized music folder as simple as: Download the zip file in your favourite audio format. Extract the contents of the zip file into the base of your music folder. There is no step 3. You're done! You can delete the zip file if you want, though; it isn't needed anymore. That's it! No need to fuss with creating directories, dealing with mismatched tags, renaming files, or even choosing a folder in your library to put an album in. It doesn't get much simpler than dumping the contents of a zip file into your music folder and letting the directories merge themselves. Back to the web app, using albums is also a great way to increase listener engagement. In addition to providing a no-nonsense way to group related tracks together, any track within an album gets a bold link on its track page directing viewers to go check out the rest of the stuff in that album: Albums also get a special visual layout on user profiles: (ignore the lame-o tracks list on that page; that's still being worked on) The cover art of the first track in an album, if present, is displayed as the album's cover in all relevant places around the site. If an album lacks cover art, its track players simply expand to fill the space, as seen here: That about does it for the basic tour of albums. I'll be rounding them out with a few additional features to make them easier to work with and share, but their core programming is in place and fully functional (getting track numbers to sync up correctly when reordering the album or removing tracks from an album was real fun).
  14. We have a top 100 movies thread, but why don't we have a compiled list of the albums that we love? All genres and artists apply. If you wanna submit more than one album, that's cool too. PLEASE DON'T SUBMIT AN ALBUM THAT IS ALREADY ON THE LIST! (an army of angry ferrets will eat your face) For submissions, please format like this: Album (year released) Artist Best known, best, or most inventive song(s) off of album Genre(s) [if applicable] Description of why you've submitted this album, short list of ratings, awards, or sales figures (if you want to) If you can add a link to the full album on youtube or something similar, that would be appreciated as well. Here's my submission: OK Computer (1997) Radiohead "Paranoid Android", "Karma Police" Alternative/Alt. Rock This album is one of the most critically acclaimed albums of all time, and is my personal favorite Radiohead album. Many people would consider this album as Radiohead's Sgt. Pepper's, not just because of the impact that it had on the music of the time, but also because it marked a turning point in their music. It's one of the most inventive albums of all time (imho) and essentially marked the end of the era of britpop. It's also phenomenal album lyrically and musically. Ratings/Awards: NME: 10/10 Pitchfork: 10/10 Q: 5/5 Rolling Stone Album Guide: 5/5 Won Best Alternative Music album (1998 Grammy Awards) http-~~-// Nevermind (1991) Nirvana "Smells Like Teen Spirit" Grunge I'm submitting this because of it's impact on all alt music since it was released. If Nevermind wasn't released, the Radiohead wouldn't have become famous (altough the album by them that was made famous by the surge in alt rock popularity was pretty bad) and the same goes with hundreds of alternative rock bands that have been popular since the early 90's. List so far: OK Computer (1997) - Radiohead Nevermind (1991) Nirvana Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From a Memory (1999) - Dream Theater Double Eclipse (1992) - Hardline Animals (1977) - Pink Floyd A Taste For Bitters (1996) - Chokebore In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3 (2003) - Coheed and Cambria The Dark Side Of The Moon (1973) - Pink Floyd Clayman (2000) - In Flames In the Court of the Crimson King (1969) - King Crimson Peter Gabriel - (1980) Deathconsciousness (2008) - Have A Nice Life X&Y (2005) - Coldplay Volume 3: The Subliminal Verses (2004) - Slipknot Aim and Ignite (2009) - Fun. Abbey Road (1969) - The Beatles Homestuck Volume 7: At the Price of Oblivion (2011) - Homestuck & Various Artists Ride The Lightning (1984) - Metallica The Black Album (1991) - Metallica Feels (2005) - Animal Collective Breakfast in America (1979) - Supertramp Prowler In The Yard (2001) - Pig Destroyer Loveless (1991) - My Bloody Valentine Divine Wings of Tragedy (1997) - Symphony X Moving Pictures (1981) - Rush Antichrist Superstar (1996) - Marilyn Manson Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967) - The Beatles Band on the Run (1973) - Wings American Pie (1970) - Don McLean The White Album (1968) - The Beatles Demon Days (2005) - Gorillaz American Idiot (2004) - Green Day The Black Parade (2006) - My Chemical Romance Stadium Arcadium (2006) - The Red Hot Chili Peppers Black Holes and Revelations (2006) - Muse Weezer (The Blue Album) (1994) - Weezer Pinkerton (1996) Weezer Siren Song of the Counter Culure (2004) - Rise Against The Sufferer and the Witness (2006) - Rise Against Billy Talent 2 (2006) - Billy Talent Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix (2009) - Phoenix Haunted (2000) - Poe Lateralus (2001) - Tool Ænima (1996) - Tool Undertow (1993) - Tool Nirvana - MTV Unplugged in New York (1994) - Nirvana EARL (2010) - Earl Sweatshirt City (1997) - Strapping Young Lad Rubber Soul (1965) - The Beatles Vulgar Display of Power (1992) - Pantera You Can't Imagine How Much Fun We're Having (2005) - Atmosphere Dig Your Own Hole (1997) - The Chemical Brothers Orbital 2/ Brown Album (1993) - Orbital Fore! (1986) - Huey Lewis and the News Origin of Symmetry (2001) - Muse Absolution (2003) - Muse Caravan Palace (2010) - Caravan Palace Contact (2001) - Eiffel 65 Thing a Week 1 (2006) - Jonathan Coulton Thing a Week 2 (2006 - Jonathan Coulton Thing a Week 3 (2006) - Jonathan Coulton Thing a Week 4 (2006) - Jonathan Coulton Mount Eden (2010) - Mt. Eden The Best of Red Army Choir (2002) - Red Army Choir Toxicity (2001) - System of a Down Almost Human (2000) - Voltaire Devil's Bris (1999) - Voltaire Then and Again (2004) - Voltaire To the Bottom of the Sea (2008) - Voltaire Individual Thought Patterns (1995) - Death Never, Neverland (1990) - Annihilator The Sound of Violence (2011) - Onslaught In War and Pieces (2010) - Sodom Alice In Hell (1989) - Annihilator Ride The Lightning (1984?) - Metallica Alien (2005) - Strapping Young Lad Illusions (2011) - Thomas J. 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