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6 hours ago, Ajora said:

 

HOLY FUCK, THERE'S A NEW NOCTURNUS ALBUM???!!!

 

For quite a while, nothing new under the sun at this point.

 

 

 

 

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HUM - Electra 2000 (1993)

(according to Wikipedia) Album Genre: Post-hardcore, Shoegazing, Alternative Rock, Alternative Metal

Edited by CyberDreams : Adding genre for people who don't know

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I'm so used to the PC midi and the console music of this game (PSX N64)... when i first heard it in OPL3 (especially the first level in episode one) I was having goosebumps all over.

 

OPL3 RULES!

 

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Yesterday I posted a song from The Shamen's early psychedelic rock album Drop. Today, we see them after their evolution into a techno dance band with psychedelic overtones.

 

 

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I just picked up Dream Theater's Distance Over Time album, so that's what I'm currently listening to.

 

 

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An album's worth of remixes by the Amiga musician Dax, of Ravebusters.

 

 

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On 4/25/2019 at 1:57 AM, CyberDreams said:

Cro-Mags - The Age of Quarrel (1986)

 

@SilverHawaiin Nice name btw. Does it have anything to do with the Helmet song The Silver Hawaiian by chance 'cuz that's the first thing that came to my mind when i read it =)

Ah ha, of course my guy, Who doesn't like Helmets more experimental stuff?

 

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Funk/Metal mashups don't get enough credit. Prong surely leans more towards Thrash and Industrial music, but this song is a funny stand-out from the rest with a groove.

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Ozzy Osbourne - Live April 28th 1982 @ the Mid-South Coliseum, Memphis, TN (FM/SBD)

 

The version on youtube is of lower quality then the burned copy that i'm listening to on CD but if you dig this era of Ozzy and don't mind Brad Gillis (the final replacement for Randy Rhoads on the '82 tour) this is a great sounding show to try to find, although Ozzy's voice is a tad rough in certain areas (as usual).

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