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Old 01-03-2014, 12:10 PM
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X-Men > Spiderman > Batman

X-Men was just awesome, the whole story and continuity was amazing. I still have memories of the Archangel/Apocalypse episodes
Spiderman was good, very memorable, but felt a bit ADD at times. Loved all the characters though!
Batman, still good, love how dark it is and how they don't replace guns with "laser guns".... but I dunno, doesn't seem to have a WHOLE lot of continuity (at least in season 1). Still an enjoyable watch.
I honestly don't remember the 1990's Spiderman at all. It must have been from the late-1990's?
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It's funny I recall us having debates about Scurrilous lyrics. You loved them, I hated some of them. Volition is not only way better lyrically to me, vocally it's more like Kezia which I prefer and Chris Adler takes them to a new level musically to me.

Like I eluded to in my write up I think albums should be judged for what they are. Even if someone didn't like Scurrilious I think they might like Volition. I did.

Plus they brought more Kezia out songs live. Win/Win!
Yeah, I think I go Scurrilous > Fortress > Volition > Kezia, but honestly, they're all good.
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:24 PM
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With all the Deafheaven hating you would think you would have a better list.
Can't wait to see your list. I'm sure it'll be something like Deafheaven, Nails and Melt Banana Top 3. Then you'll make sure you cover the other genres so Subrosa is a mortal lock along with Megadeth, BDM, PTH and Purson.

Am I close? Scratch Megadeth and replace with Carcass or more brootal stuff maybe? I'll go pop some popcorn in anticipation. hahaha

It's all good, like I said I liked Deafheaven just not as much as people on here and Rolling Stone do. My 11-15 might have made my list more suitable to your ecclectic style.

11. Revocation - Revocation
12. Nails - Abandon All Life
13. Death Mechanism - Twenty-First Century
14. Deafheaven - Sunbather
15. Bring Me The Hairspray - Sempiternal

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Old 01-03-2014, 12:27 PM
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Yeah, I think I go Scurrilous > Fortress > Volition > Kezia, but honestly, they're all good.
Yeah I love the music and the instrumental version of Fortress still gets playing time with me. They were incredible live on this last tour and I liked the whole story of how they made and financed the new album. I'm thinking we're going to see a lot more bands going that route. In some cases rather than breaking up...
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:37 PM
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Can't wait to see your list. I'm sure it'll be something like Deafheaven, Nails and Melt Banana Top 3. Then you'll make sure you cover the other genres so Subrosa is a mortal lock along with Megadeth, BDM, PTH and Purson.

Am I close? Scratch Megadeth and replace with Carcass or more brootal stuff maybe? I'll go pop some popcorn in anticipation. hahaha
Nails, Subrosa, and Carcass is in my top 10
I highly disliked the melt banana album it was way too weird for my taste
I will finish my top ten today so you can check it out
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Old 01-03-2014, 12:38 PM
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Yeah I love the music and the instrumental version of Fortress still gets playing time with me. They were incredible live on this last tour and I liked the whole story of how they made and financed the new album. I'm thinking we're going to see a lot more bands going that route. In some cases rather than breaking up...
I work in record labels so I don't agree, but you're right, with the rise of Kickstarter, plenty of bands are gonna ask their fans to help them finance stuff rather than working with guys like me.
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I wasn't that crazy about it.
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It's hard to follow up the greatest album of all time
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Old 01-03-2014, 01:29 PM
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Ya was just curious cuz Parting the Sea got mad fucking love. Is Survived By is amazing to me but it was def a grower.
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