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PostPosted: 14 Sep 2010, 08:46 
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Hole "Awful" 7''
Hole "Live through This" LP.... yesssss lucky!!! found it in a store while walking on monday... (waynes world "it will be mine!") will get it next week!!
Alice in Chains "Jar of Flies" japanese promo cd
Alice in Chains "Black gives way to Blue" tour shirt
Massive Attack "Heligoland" japanese cd (currently my album of the year)
Some ear plugs "alpine musicsafe pro" trademark for gigs


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PostPosted: 21 Sep 2010, 08:56 
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sh_t live through this copy wasn't a real one... it was a bootleg. i gave it up


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Crippled Black Phoenix "I Vigilante" promo CD... another one.
Weird. the album is supposed to get 5 tracks in the reviews I read ... I had 6 ones plus a secret one as far as i remember. cool! not going to cry.
Cranes "Everywhere" promo CD used.
The Strange Death of Liberal England "Drown you Heart Again" CD dedicated by the band (+ special Flag, buttons, postcards... they know me lol kidding) ..
after the GY!BE / post rock influences, their music turned definitely to folk pop traditionnal british music (not mainstream) which is not a bad thing. can't wait for the upcoming gig.
Hole promo pics...

ça va tranquille la vie.. lol


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They sure qualify as musical purchases hahaha... 2 tickets for the GY!BE Chicago shows... yeah... im dying happy... havent been this excited in years...and i mean that :flower:

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Excellent!!!

I didn't buy any GY!BE ticket yet.

don't know yet which country i'll see them too...


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Genesis - "Selling England By The Pound"

and already about 3 months ago:

Hexenhaus - "Dejavoodoo"


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That Genesis thingy seems to be a legendarily good record... But is it...? :)


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Saturtijn wrote:
That Genesis thingy seems to be a legendarily good record... But is it...? :)

I'd say yes, especially the first song "Dancing With The Moonlit Knight" and "Battle Of Epping Forest" (check them on youtube). Ok, I feel tempted to skip "More Fool Me", but that song is rather short. In the early seventies, Genesis released some great albums (which I didn't find out before the late eighties, though). I hadn't listened to any of them for quite a while, but I recently re-discovered "Trespass" (check out "White Mountain" and "The Knife"), enjoyed it and decided to also buy "Selling England By The Pound" on CD (I had it only on vinyl). Now I also plan to buy the CD-version of "Nursery Cryme" (on which "The Musical Box", "The Return Of The Giant Hogweed" and "The Fountain Of Salmacis" are my faves).

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Genesis - "Nursery Cryme" (Digital Remaster And Stereo Mix)
Mekong Delta - "Wanderer On The Edge Of Time"


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Mekong delta, that used to be Timo Tolkki's band, isn't it?
I remember I saw an announcement for that album in Dutch music magazines as far back as spring '09. When has it been released, and has it been worth waiting for?


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Saturtijn wrote:
Mekong delta, that used to be Timo Tolkki's band, isn't it?


Nope, it's a german prog/thrash-band. Mastermind is Ralf Hubert (aka Björn Eklund).
I don't think Timo Tolkki would fit in their musical style. :green:


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Ah, Jörg Michael (Stratovarius drummer) has played in Mekong Delta. I KNEW that there was in interview with someone from Stratovarius who said that he had been in Mekong Delta. :)


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Saturtijn wrote:
Mekong delta, that used to be Timo Tolkki's band, isn't it?
I remember I saw an announcement for that album in Dutch music magazines as far back as spring '09. When has it been released, and has it been worth waiting for?

It has been released just a few months ago and I've only listened to the first half of it until now. However, if you would still like to know my opinion about it, even though Timo Tolkki has never been involved in this band, I might get back to this after I've given the album a few spins.

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Mimi le pin's!

I want it :lol:

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