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    Quote Originally Posted by gescom View Post
    man, i haven't even really given it any thought.
    Me too, man I have been slackin' in regards to music this year.

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    Ok...No specific order. Except for #1 which is LAST MINUTE UPDATE

    Sons of the North:BLACK SPIDERS/Enough Rope:VAIN*

    and then

    Pressure & Time:RIVAL SONS
    2:BLACK COUNTRY COMMUNION
    Sensory Overdrive:MICHAEL MONROE
    Green Naugahyde:PRIMUS
    Dedicated to Chaos:QUEENSRYCHE
    Juggernaut of Justice:ANVIL
    Path of Totality:KORN
    Between the Devil & the Deep Blue Sea:BLACK STONE CHERRY
    III:CHICKENFOOT

    special mentions to Worship Music:ANTHRAX, The Hunter:MASTODON, Song Remains NOT the Same:BLS, Call to Arms:SAXON, Welcome 2 the Nightmare:Alice Cooper...and many others.

    * Just got this(thanks Classic Rock Mag.) And in 3 days it has become one of my faves of the year. Balls out 'hair metal', but good, really good.

    And the best show was FAITH NO MORE. Hands down. Just a Man...I cried. Proud of that.
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    here you go...

    1-5



    Blancmange - Blanc Burn





    Nicolas Jaar - Space Is Only Dust





    Schlammpeitziger - Vorausschauende Bebauung





    PJ Harvey - Let England Shake





    James Blake - S/T

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    6-10 and hm'S




    Real Estate - Days





    Moritz Von Oswald Trio - Horizontal Structures





    Roman Flügel - Fatty Folders





    Skinny Puppy - HanDover





    Phantogram - Nightlife




    honorable mention to...

    Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues (what i think Elbow's 'Build A Rocket...' should have been.)

    Tim Hecker - Ravedeath 1972

    Ricardo Villalobos / Max Loderbauer - Re: ECM

    the Antlers - Burst Apart

    Rustie - Glass Swords

    Kuedo - Severant

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    Top of 2011 for me in no particular order:

    Indie/Rock

    The Horrors-Skying

    S.C.U.M. - Again Into Eyes

    Still Corners-Creatures of an Hour

    The Vaccines- What did you expect from the vaccines?

    The Pains of Being Pure at Heart- Belong

    TV Ghost- Mass Dream

    Foo Fighters- Wasting Light

    Soror Dolorosa- Blind Scenes

    Metal

    Craft- Void

    The Devil's Blood-The Thousandfold Epicentre

    Mournful Congregation - The Book of Kings

    Mastodon - The Hunter

    Opeth- Heritage

    Yob- Atma

    Disma- Towards the Megalith

    In Solitude- The World, The Flesh, The Devil

    Tombs- Path of Totality

    Loss- Despond

    Altar of Plagues- Mammal

    Septic Flesh- The Great Mass

    40 Watt Sun - The Inside Room

    Necros Christos -Doom Of The Occult

    Virus- The Agent That Shapes The Desert

    Mitochondrion - Parasignosis

    Negative Plane- Stained Glass Revelations

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    I'm around half-done, but after I made a Playlist in iTunes for all 2011 music I bought (526 songs), I realized I probably hadn't played half of the songs. Oops.

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    Pick 6 random metal albums from the previous posts, add to that Unexpect's Fables of a Sleepless Empire and perhaps Turisas' Stand Up and Fight (yeah it's simple and cliched, but I tend to drive faster during the totally freakin' awesome crescendo after the third verse of "End of an Empire").

    Concerts? Cradle of Filth rocked if only because Justin Beiber was having his movie premier next door, and I got to be graced with the presence of Canada's emperor. Rammstein was cool, too. I know I've been to other shows, but can't think of them right now. Not including Faith No More because that was soooo 2010, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunmetalgray View Post
    Pick 6 random metal albums from the previous posts, add to that Unexpect's Fables of a Sleepless Empire and perhaps Turisas' Stand Up and Fight (yeah it's simple and cliched, but I tend to drive faster during the totally freakin' awesome crescendo after the third verse of "End of an Empire").

    Concerts? Cradle of Filth rocked if only because Justin Beiber was having his movie premier next door, and I got to be graced with the presence of Canada's emperor. Rammstein was cool, too. I know I've been to other shows, but can't think of them right now. Not including Faith No More because that was soooo 2010, man.
    Wow, so I did not go to a show in 2011. Ok, apologies.

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    HM:


    i've peaked at various best of/top lists and holy smokes it seems like some people listed everything that came out in 2011. i guess it was a good year for music. personally, i'd have rated a few other albums into my list, but given who the artists were, this year's releases from them didn't compare to some of the older things i like by them. death cab is just one of them. i enjoyed codes and keys for the pop album it was, but hopefully since ben isn't happily married anymore, he'll go back to putting out some really powerful music again. (that sounded terribly selfish, but we all know some musicians just do better musically when life isn't all sunshine and rainbows).

    i really want to get around to giving these a shot also, since they've made a lot of top lists amongst the people i know and whose musical opinions i respect:

    (balance and composure - separation)






    this is the only album where i've heard part of it and liked it a lot, but can't really legitimately put it into a list until i hear the whole thing:

    i do love her first album, youth novels, so so so much though.

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    This thread reminds me just how much I stopped listening to new music. I must be getting old, lol!

    It's not really that, I mean all of us, maybe, are getting old, and I am far from that whole music isn't as good as it used be state of mind. It's just that following, listening, and discovering new music takes effort and time, and well, sometimes it's easy not to set time aside for such. :/
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