Discussion in 'Other Music' started by lime treacle, Sep 13, 2014.
Brand New- Your Favorite Weapon [2011 Edition]
Born of Osiris- The Discovery
Leprous - Bilateral (CD)
Leprous - Coal (CD)
Aerosmith - Just Push Play
John Williams - Star Wars: The Force Awakens
David Bowie - Blackstar
Tempel - The Moon Lit Our Path (2 LP)
Bring Me The Horizon- Suicide Season [Cut Up Triple Disc Edition]
Knuckle Puck- While We Stay Secluded
Rise Against- Appeal to Reason
Plus 5 grab bags (like 7-10ish things in each bag, only $2 each. Notable CDs off the top of my head include: Vincent Van Gough and Boys II Men)
Dream Theater - The Astonishing (2 CD)
Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep [VINYL]
I should start making up shit to see what other reaction gifs Gibs can dig up.
The Black Queen - Fever Daydream (Digital)
Bought the Wormed discography on their bandcamp.
They're a space themed Technical Brutal Death Metal band from Spain. Definitely amongst the genre's top bands.
Hillsong Live- Saviour King
Matt Nathanson- Some Mad Hope
One Direction- Four
One Direction- Take Me Home
One Direction- Up All Night
Simple Plan- Still Not Getting Any
A Skylit Drive- Wires and the Concept of Breathing
Stellar Kart- Expect the Impossible
Three Days Grace- One-X
Ulver - ATGCLVLSSCAP (Digital)
Jesus Culture- This Is Jesus Culture
Switchfoot- Hello Hurricane
Boston - Boston (CD)
I honestly can't remember since I use Apple music now (which needs a lot of work still).
I think my last album purchase was Masters of Reality by Black Sabbath
I was gonna list them all out like an ass but for conciseness I'll just mention that I bought both the prequel and original trilogy soundtracks for Star Wars.
The lack of taiko drums on the opening track for Revenge of the Sith is enough to make me murder someone.
I KNOW RIGHT?! That shit pissed me off!!! It's almost as bad as how the soundtrack for the 2009 Star Trek did not include this a cappella section in the soundtrack, and instead has it with instruments.
There's an entire two minutes lopped off the beginning of the opening track after the main title, Grievous' theme is chopped up, and The Battle of Heroes sounds all out of order. There's some "Extended Score" circulating that I've been trying to get a hold of for some time with no luck, so I just went with the official one that's out there. :/
The Prequel Trilogy soundtracks have been handled horribly.
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