2011-09-13 at 18:53 #2542
the donnas – spend the night (does this count as a guilty pleasure? :grin:)
sworn in – s/t ep
wraith – s/t ep (really need to find this one on mp3 format as well…)
alpinist – lichtlaerm
the assassinators – sigt efter hjertet
new bomb turks – destroy oh boy!!!!!2011-09-14 at 10:16 #2556
remain – out of anger
gascoigne – massive assault (another one I can’t find on mp3)
turbonegro – apocalypse dudes2011-09-14 at 15:23 #2559
Anthrax – Worship Music (incl. New Noise cover ;-))
Anthrax – Worship Music
Primus – Green Naugahyde
Anthrax – Worship Music2011-09-14 at 18:36 #2561
Exodus: “Bonded By Blood”
Machine Head: “Burn My Eyes”
Death Angel: “Killing Season”
Slayer: “World Painted Blood”
Channel Zero: “Feed E’m With A Brick”2011-09-14 at 18:48 #2562
Queens Of The Stone Age – Songs For The Deaf2011-09-16 at 20:40 #2592
Snapcase – Designs for Automotion
Common Cause -s/t
Polar Bear Club – Chasing Hamburg
Strike Anywhere – Iron Front
Life Of Agony – Ugly
Polar Bear Club – Sometimes Things Just Dissapear2011-09-17 at 17:07 #2605
Dinosaur Jr – Without a Sound
Amenity – Chula Vista 7”
Col·lapse – Mínima Esperança LP
Police & Thieves / Remission split 7”
Gunmoll – Board of Rejection LP
fIREHOSE – Ragin’, Full On
Turning Point – It’s always Darker before the dawn2011-09-20 at 10:27 #2653
Brand New – The Devil And God Are Raging Inside Me2011-09-21 at 13:58 #2674
skull crusher – blinded by illusion.
Browsing through my record collection I found this album. I almost forgot I owned this record, whitch is a shame, because this record just rocks! If you have a couple of bands for me in the same style… let me know!!!2011-09-21 at 15:37 #2675
That’s a great record indeed.
You might want to try Judge ;)2011-09-21 at 15:56 #2676
Yeah, Judge! I own that discography 2LP album. It rules!2011-09-21 at 16:59 #2677
Foo Fighters – Wasting Light
Bullet Treatment – Mistake (4x)
Anthrax – Worship Music
Down To Nothing – The Most
Four Year Strong – Enemy Of The World
D12 – D12’s World
Bullet Treatment – Mistake2011-09-21 at 17:02 #2678
Polar Bear Club – Clash Battle Guilt Pride
The Smiths – Peel Sessions
Chuck Ragan – Covering Ground
Anchor – Recovery
Hostage Calm – s/t
Make Do And Mend – End Measured Mile
Mainstrike – A Quest For The Answers
Wide Awake – Discography2011-09-21 at 18:27 #2681
Queens Of The Stoneage – Lullabies To Paralyze
Bridge And Tunnel – Rebuilding Year2011-09-22 at 11:32 #2686
D12 – Devil’s Night
Dope D.O.D. – Branded
Mastodon – The Hunter
Textures – Dualism
Thrice – Major/Minor
Tom Morello: The Nightwatchman – World Wide Rebel Songs
Deus – Keep You Close2011-09-24 at 20:03 #2718
Mike Judge on Black & Blue Takeover
And of course:
Nirvana – Nevermind Super Deluxe Edition blabla2011-09-25 at 02:11 #2721
Na een briljante Tim Barry show weer eens een dagje aan de Avail gezeten en dan met name Over The James.
Tussendoor ook genoten van Carpenter – Sea to Sky (xroldx! Poppy orgcore met een beetje oude Strike Anywhere) en de nieuwe acoestische plaat van The Riot Before.2011-09-25 at 13:17 #2725
atlas losing grip – state of unrest
I liked watching the horizon, but this album is so much better. Nice listen before skating!
Tim van Tol – what it takes2011-09-26 at 15:53 #2743
Saw a documentary on Nevermind last weekend + a bit of the Paradiso gig, so I’m back into Nirvana again. Still of the most important bands of my generation I think (though I still don’t like In Utero that much…)
Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit (single) 2x
Nirvana – Nevermind
H2O – California 7″ 2x
Less Than Jake – GNV FLA
Bloodhound Gang – Use Your Fingers
Anthrax – State of Euphoria
Nirvana – Bleach
REM – Automatic for the People
Anthrax – Among The Living
Bullet Treatment – Mistake2011-09-26 at 16:33 #2745
Why don’t you like In Utero as much? Is it the songs? Or the production? Or?
It’s my favorite album and I think it’s Nirvana’s best too. Not the most important one, or the most popular, and less hits, but musically the most interesting. And the production is amazing.
I’ve been listening to a 2 hour interview Krist, Dave & Butch (producer Nevermind) did about Nevermind. Pretty interesting. They mention “Song In D”, and apparently the band has no idea what Butch is talking about. So I kinda start to doubt that song even exists at all.2011-09-26 at 17:55 #2746
It just won’t ‘stick’ as much as Nevermind did, I will give it some spins again this week.
Was the interview the one VPRO did recently? Saw a few bits of that, was super cool to hear them!2011-09-26 at 18:04 #2747
Totally get that. That’s what I meant with less ‘hits’. Less ‘easy’ (stuck in your head for days) songs.
No it’s a different interview, that interview with the VPRO is great too indeed. Krist got really old ;)2011-09-27 at 08:53 #2757
I saw a documentary on Canvas this weekend. It was all about Nevermind. Nicely done. I enjoy that kind of documentaries. Even when it’s about albums I don’t really like…2011-09-27 at 09:48 #2758
How can you not like Nevermind ;-)2011-09-27 at 12:43 #2762
Well, I tried to like that album, but I just don’t… I’m not into the whole grunge scene. Although nowadays I do like a couple of albums like Ten (Pearl Jam) and Badmotorfinger & Superunknown (Soundgarden) most of the grunge scene is not my cup of tea.2011-09-27 at 12:46 #2764
Nevermind is a pop album by a punk band though ;) That whole grunge label is pretty ridiculous. It did wonders for the marketing though haha.2011-09-27 at 13:48 #2766
Putting Nevermind, Ten and Badmotorfinger under 1 genre always seemed kinda weird.
Metallica – Garage Inc.
Megadeth – Countdown to Extinction
Nirvana – In Utero (yes Pim, I am giving it the spins I promissed haha)2011-09-27 at 20:00 #2776
Just Killing TimeModerator
Of course the only REALLY essential album from the whole grunge era is Alice in Chains’ Dirt. ;)
Cobra Skulls – Agitations (I’m disappointed so far)
Nothington – Borrowed Time (I’m HUGELY disaspointed so far)
Oh, Sleeper – Children of Fire (Still disappointed but it’s getting better)
This year sucks when it comes to new records. All bands whose previous records I adored totally disappointed me with their new efforts… This also includes the Banquets full length and the new Dead and Divine record.2011-09-27 at 20:06 #2779
@Onno: Nice one!
Alice In Chains is great. On that I can agree with you ;)
Make Do And Mend is from this year right?
The Nirvana reissues.
Screaming Trees – Last Words
All On Black (if it comes out this year)
Supertouch – Lost My Way
I’m pretty glad with what this year brought us so far2011-09-27 at 21:30 #2782
Faith – Subject to Change
Citizen’s Arrest – light in the darkness
Birds In Row – Cottbus LP
7 Seconds – Praise
Warzone – Don’t forget the struggle…
Diamond – DMND 7”
Police & Thieves/Remission split 7”2011-09-27 at 22:20 #2783
Just Killing TimeModerator
@Pim I started listening to that MDAM record at the end of 2010, when it originally came out, so it doesn’t really count. But it’s probably still the best record of 2011, haha.2011-09-28 at 09:18 #2787
AIC’s Dirt is awesome, Them Bones is one of the hardest opening songs ever. Great, will have to give that some spins again soon.
Guns n’ Roses – Use Your Illussion I (a few songs in the car)
blink-182 – Neighborhoods
Sweet Empire – This Season Needs Torches
Nirvana – Muddy Banks / In Utero
blink-182 – Neighborhoods
The Bronx – The Bronx I
Metallica – Metallica
H2O – Nothing To Prove2011-09-28 at 18:05 #2790
Really stoked for the new Crazy Arm record. Have been playing their first one (born to ruin) again for the last week. One of the best bands outta europe.2011-09-28 at 18:16 #2791
Sounds interesting. Country meets punkrock.
Have been listening to the Presidents Of The United States Of America in the car today.2011-09-28 at 19:11 #2797
Download Born To Ruin, put on your headphones and enjoy. GREAT RECORD!
They will be touring with Against Me! this fall (013, i think) and will also do some smaller shows in (Nijmegen, Den Haag) on their own.2011-09-28 at 21:06 #2798
I’ve been listening to Hot Water Music in the car today. I like their new stuff better than their old stuff, but I just put their discography (or at least, the part I have) on shuffle.2011-09-29 at 08:35 #2804
Starting with the new blink-182, third spin now and I still feel like they were better when they just played punkrock…2011-09-29 at 10:39 #2816
onno, I know what you mean. I’m still having mixed feelings about the new record.. but I don’t want to judge it too fast.
the self titled was very good though!2011-09-29 at 11:16 #2820
I liked some songs of the self titled a lot, but in my opinion there were also a lot of ‘fillers’. Overall that record, and the first 3 spins of the new one, don’t give me the feeling Dude Ranch (+ the 2 after that) did!2011-09-29 at 11:22 #2821
Enema Of The State is my ‘go-to-record’.
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