Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt Metallica's Ride the Lightning. Best Metallica album. Forget Master Of Puppets. Tiess with and justice for all.
Kill 'Em All is probably my favorite Metallica album. Synny and I bond over it. In my dreams.
I got Baroness' s Yellow and Green today. I've really taken a liking to Baroness lately. Fantastic stoner metal.
I got U2's The Joshua Tree and Count Basie's Basie's Big Band on cassette today. :D
Cassette? Fucking hipster :p
I have three albums coming, a Basic Channel comp, that Autechre boxset and a Pole album. I think the Autechre is due to be dispatched mid feb :(
I got AC/DC's entire discography today.
I got Fates Warning's Awaken the Guardian and Pelican's Australasia on CD today. :D
The former is fantastic progressive metal, and the latter is fantastic post-metal. I got the best of both worlds with this purchase; Fates Warning is technically dazzling and boundlessly creative classical riffage, and Pelican is completely off-the-wall crazy, beautiful, and brutally heavy.
Originally Posted by BlackGroudon I got AC/DC's entire discography today. We are now friends.
Downloaded : Palma Violets 180 Originally Posted by BlackGroudon I got AC/DC's entire discography today. Did you buy TNT and High Volate then even thought they are almost the same?
Just got Boston - Greatest Hits and The Best of Eric Clapton from Walmart's $5 CD bin. Shame that they're thrown in there (although the Boston one was actually $7, so I could have complained about false advertising, hehe), but that means I can get my old rock cheaper than buying from music sites/services. I've gotten so many CD's from the $5 bin in the past year... think like, 10-15 or so. And all of them have been old rock, except a Johnny Cash one.
Originally Posted by BlackGroudon I got AC/DC's entire discography today. To add onto what Zoe Trent said, does this also include their rare songs that haven't seen any re-releases? "Carry Me Home" from the Giving the Dog a Bone single is the first thing that comes to mind.