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Some people say the original master is shit because they had really bad audio equipment starting out, but I thdink it sounds better. It slowly improves quality the whole album. Part of the art.

Honestly in love with the midwest garage sound in total.


#4

Off the top of my head

Hans Zimmer
Inception, Interstellar, and Dark Knight Rises soundtracks

Amon Tobin: ISAM

Six Organs of Admittance: Shelter From the Ash

and all of those are rare since I hardly ever listen to music, but when I do, there’s a good chance it’s one of those. All of them beg to be heard all at once.


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I could probably post more but these are 3 albums I make a point to listen through whenever I start them.


#8

I have a thing for noughties trance, so here’s a few of my favorite full mixes:

Markus Schulz - Miami '05

Anjunabeats Vol 3

Ferry Corsten ‎– Mixed Live: Spundae @ Circus, Los Angeles

Armin Van Buuren - A State Of Trance (2004)

Armin Van Buuren - A State Of Trance (2006 - Disc 2)

Armin Van Buuren - A State Of Trance (2007 - Disc 2)

There’s a bunch of other albums that I can’t find on youtube. Might need to upload some of them when I get a chance.


#9

Somebody’s got to weeb it up in here,


#10

Some of my favorite metal albums:

Devastation - Idolatry (1991)
Tasty riffage.

Exhorder - Slaughter in the Vatican (1990)
Pantera who?

Dream Theater - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence (2002)
Hard to pick, but probably my favorite DT album of all time.

Blotted Science - The Machinations Of Dementia (2007)
The best techdeath album ever created!

Slomatics - Estron (2014)
Maybe my favorite stoner/doom album . . . hard to pick.


#11

Its not often ill listen to a whole soundtrack/ album
Django always does it for me

Some more weeb stuff

Made in Abyss OST:

Madoka is lit too

Devilman Crybaby OST:
If this doesn’t make you want snort cocaine and speed in a Lamborghini Countach nothing will.


#12

I’ve been listening to these a lot.

First off is the Skeletons EP by Crywolf. This is easily some of the most emotional music I’ve ever heard.

Next we have Eden’s debut album vertigo. Eden has such a unique voice and overall sound it’s hard not to love.

Illenium’s sophomore album Awake is full of melodic goodness.

Finally, we have Said the Sky’s debut album Wide Eyed which has a very summery and feel good vibe.


#13

At least do moe shop if you’re going to be a dugunurate.


#14

Iron Maiden’s Powerslave and Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Gloryhammer’s Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards

Kamelot The Black Halo and Karma (the last one only recently)

Black Sabbath’s Master of Reality

Ancient Bards’ The Alliance of the Kings, Soulless Child and A New Dawn Ending

I listen to a lot of concept albums, so I tend to listen to the full albums when I do, but the above I do pretty frequently.


#15

You should, like, actually post them.


#16

If you mean a link to where you can hear them, alright?

Iron Maiden - Powerslave

Iron Maiden - Seventh Son of a Seventh Son

Gloryhammer - Space 1992: Rise of the Chaos Wizards

Kamelot - The Black Halo

Kamelot - Karma

Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

Ancient Bards - The Alliance of the Kings

Ancient Bards - Soulless Child

Ancient Bards - A New Dawn Ending