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Old 12-25-2010, 11:36 PM
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Tonight, since my thread is getting no action lately, I thought that I'd make some mix CDs of the best songs of 2010. Only catch is I only put one song from each album or EP. So feel free to check these songs out in any way you check out songs and discover some great new music All of these songs are in random order and are not ranked:

They will be shown in this order
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Disc 1:


Alter Bridge
Isolation
AB III

Disturbed
Asylum
Asylum


Gloria Morti
Solution Called War
Anthems Of Annihilation


Dimmu Borgir
Born Treacherous
Abrahadabra


Nachtmystium
Nightfall
Addicts Black Meddle Pt II


God Is An Astronaut
Worlds In Collision
Age Of The Fifth Sun


Haken
Streams
Aquarius


Blind Guardian
A Voice In The Dark
At The Edge Of Time


Stone Sour
Mission Statement
Audio Secrecy


Return To Earth
Automata
Automata


Levi / Werstler
Dura Mater
Avalanche of Worms


Enslaved
Ethica Odini
Axioma Ethica Odini


Ihsahn
On The Shores
After



Disc 2:



Charred Walls Of The Damned
Ghost Town
Charred Walls Of The Damned


Cloudkicker
Oh, God.
Beacons


Volbeat
Evelyn
Beyond Hell Above Heaven


Shining
Fisheye
Blackjazz


Hellish Crossfire
At The Edge Of Total Chaos
Bloodrust Scythe


GWAR
Zombies, March!
Bloody Pit Of Horror


Boris with Ian Astbury
Teeth And Claws
BXI


Lehto & Wright
The Broomfield Hill
Children's Songs


The Album Leaf
Falling From The Sun
A Chorus Of Storytellers


Flotsam & Jetsam
Blackened Eyes Staring
The Cold


Sevendust
Splinter
Cold Day Memory


Story Of The Year
The Children Sing
The Constant


Holy Grail
My Last Attack
Crisis In Utopia


Electric Wizard
Scorpio Curse
Black Masses


Balmorhea
On The Weight Of Night
Constellations



Disc 3:



Alcest
Ecailles De Lune (Part I)
Ecailles De Lune



Early Man
The Undertaker Is Calling You
Death Potion


1349
Atomic Chapel
Demonoir


Deftones
Diamond Eyes
Diamond Eyes


Raunchy
The Yeah Thing
A Discord Electric


Bad Religion
Wrong Way Kids
The Dissent of Man


The Crinn
Incipience
Dreaming Saturn


Fatal Embrace
The Prophecy
The Empires of Inhumanity


Martriden
Human Error?
Encounter The Monolith


Enditol
Monoculture
Enditol


The Absence
Maelstrom
Enemy Unbound


Bison B.C.
Stressed Elephant
Dark Ages


Averse
Fleetingness Of Solar Happiness
The Endesque Chants




Disc 4:




Iron Maiden
Satellite 15...The Final Frontier
The Final Frontier


Triptykon
A Thousand Lies
Eparistera Daimones


Eluveitie
Everything Remains (As It Never Was)
Everything Remains As It Never Was


Hate
Lux Aeterna
Erebos


Lair Of The Minotaur
Let's Kill These Motherfuckers
Evil Power


Exodus
Burn, Hollywood, Burn
Exhibit B: The Human Condition


Red Sparowes
A Hail of Bombs
The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein Lies The Answer


Bullet For My Valentine
Your Betrayal
Fever


All That Remains
Aggressive Opposition
For We Are Many


Allegaeon
From Seed to Throne
Fragments of Form and Function


Howl
Jezebel
Full Of Hell


Infernaeon
Creeping Death
Genesis To Nemesis


Solution .45
Clandestinity Now
For Aeons Past


Disc 5:



Overkill
Bring Me The Night
Ironbound


The Damned Things
We've Got a Situation Here
Ironiclast


Misery Index
Fed to the Wolves
Heirs To Thievery


Weezer
Memories
Hurley


The Roots
Radio Daze
How I Got Over


After The Burial
Pendulum
In Dreams


Abigail Williams
Malediction
In The Absence Of Light


Malevolent Creation
Compulsive Facebreaker
Invidious Dominion


Atheist
Fictitious Glide
Jupiter


Canvas Solaris
Glacier
Irradiance


Jimmy Gnecco
Days
The Heart


Seventh Wonder
The Great Escape
The Great Escape



Disc 6:



Cee Lo Green
Fuck You
The Lady Killer


Cloud Cult
Running With the Wolves
Light Chasers


Agalloch
Ghosts of the Midwinter Fires
Marrow of the Spirit


Armored Saint
Loose Cannon
La Raza


Emanuel And The Fear
Guatemala
Listen


Angels & Airwaves
The Flight of Apollo
Love


In Vain
On The Banks Of Mississippi
Mantra


Fear Factory
Industrial Discipline
Mechanize


Menomena
Sleeping Beauty
Mines


In Mourning
For You To Know
Monolith


Chad Smith's Bombastic Meatbats
Moby Dick
More Meat


Halford
The Mower
Made Of Metal


Watain
Waters of Ain
Lawless Darkness




Disc 7:



Demians
Swing Of The Airwaves
Mute


Mutiny Within
Awake
Mutiny Within


Soilwork
Late For The Kill, Early For The Slaughter
The Panic Broadcast


Orphaned Land
Sapari
The Never Ending Way Of ORwarriOR


Finntroll
Under Bergets Rot
Nifelvind


Nevermore
The Obsidian Conspiracy
The Obsidian Conspiracy


Forbidden
Forsaken At The Gates
Omega Wave


Hail Of Bullets
The Mukden Incident
On Divine Winds



Dillinger Escape Plan
Farewell, Mona Lisa
Option Paralysis


Black Label Society
Godspeed Hellbound
Order Of The Black


White Wizzard
Live Free or Die
Over The Top


Deathspell Omega
Wings of Predation
Paracletus


Minus the Bear
Summer Angel
OMNI


Judgement Day
Cobra Strike
Peacocks/Pink Monsters


Avenged Sevenfold
Save Me
Nightmare




Disc 8:



Powerglove
The Simpsons
Saturday Morning Apocalypse


Periphery
Letter Experiment
Periphery


Pain Of Salvation
No Way
Road Salt One


As I Lay Dying
Upside Down Kingdom
The Powerless Rise


Maserati
Pyramid of the Sun
Pyramid Of The Sun


Cynic
Wheels Within Wheels
Re-Traced


Elvenking
Dawnmelting
Red Silent Tides


Death Angel
Truce
Relentless Retribution


Jeremy Messersmith
Dillinger Eyes
The Reluctant Grave Yard


The River Empires
A Toast to the Snake King
The River Empires: Volume 1


Texas Hippie Coalition
Pissed Off and Mad About It
Rollin


Dax Riggs
No One Will Be A Stranger
Say Goodnight To The World


Acid Tiger
Big Beat
Self Titled


Les Discrets
Svipdagr & Freyja
Septembre Et Ses Dernières Pen


Brain Drill
Quantum Catastrophe
Quantum Catastrophe




Disc 9:



Seven Kingdoms
Somewhere Far Away
Seven Kingdoms


Allen-Lande
The Showdown
The Showdown


High On Fire
Fire, Flood & Plague
Snakes For The Divine


Mnemic
Sons Of The System
Sons Of The System


Kylesa
Dust
Spiral Shado


Bend Sinister
Things Will Get Better
Spring Romance


In This Moment
Just Drive
A Star-Crossed Wasteland


Arsis
Closer To Cold
Starve For The Devil


James LaBrie
Mislead
Static Impulse


Adebisi Shank
Masa
This Is The Second Album Of A Band Called Adebisi Shank


Dead Letter Circus
The Drum
This Is The Warning


Torche
Face The Wall
Songs For Singles


Altar of Plagues
The Weight of All
Tides


Disc 10:



Borknagar
Worldwide
Universal


The Sword
Tres Brujas
Warp Riders


Dark Tranquillity
The Fatalist
We Are The Void


God Dethroned
Under the Sign of the Iron Cross
Under the Sign of the Iron Cross


Intronaut
Miasma
Valley Of Smoke


Star One
Victim Of The Modern Age
Victims Of The Modern Age


Anathema
Dreaming Light
We're Here Because We're Here


Demon Hunter
Collapsing
The World Is A Thorn


Wrath And Rapture
Cosmic Wasteland
Wrath And Rapture


65daysofstatic
Mountainhead
We Were Exploding Anyway


Coheed & Cambria
The Broken
Year Of The Black Rainbow


Spock's Beard
Edge Of The In-Between
X


Mouth Of The Architect
In Your Eyes
The Violence Beneath EP
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This is by far one of the more useful end of year lists because it actually has some varied styles in it. Too many lists here are just 10/20 bands who play more or less the same stuff, so all that can really be derived from them is "these bands all sound similar, so if you like a couple of them, listen to the others". Last.fm can tell me that.

A varied list like this actually suggests there are things to like between bands of otherwise different sub-genres (for people with actual varied tastes, that is). And plenty of unknown/smaller bands to discover too.
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Old 01-04-2011, 09:40 AM
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This is by far one of the more useful end of year lists because it actually has some varied styles in it. Too many lists here are just 10/20 bands who play more or less the same stuff, so all that can really be derived from them is "these bands all sound similar, so if you like a couple of them, listen to the others". Last.fm can tell me that.

A varied list like this actually suggests there are things to like between bands of otherwise different sub-genres (for people with actual varied tastes, that is). And plenty of unknown/smaller bands to discover too.
Thanks!

That was more or less the the reason why I made this thread. As much as I love Metal, I don't just listen to one genre of Metal, or hell, even listen Metal on some days. I'm a drummer first and foremost. So I gotta appreciate more then just one style to become a better drummer. I don't want to end up sounding like every other Mainstream Metal drummer out there. I like variety.
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This is by far one of the more useful end of year lists because it actually has some varied styles in it. Too many lists here are just 10/20 bands who play more or less the same stuff, so all that can really be derived from them is "these bands all sound similar, so if you like a couple of them, listen to the others". Last.fm can tell me that.

A varied list like this actually suggests there are things to like between bands of otherwise different sub-genres (for people with actual varied tastes, that is). And plenty of unknown/smaller bands to discover too.
Hey, I can't help it if no one listens to as much black metal as they should.
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Hey, I can't help it if no one listens to as much black metal as they should.
I have plenty of Black Metal in my collection this year. The problem is a lot of Black Metal sucks. Like a lot of genres, there are so many imitators out there that it begins to sound the same. There's only so many bands I can listen to that are constant blast beats, tremolo picking, and keyboard orchestration with corpse makeup.
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This is by far one of the more useful end of year lists because it actually has some varied styles in it. Too many lists here are just 10/20 bands who play more or less the same stuff, so all that can really be derived from them is "these bands all sound similar, so if you like a couple of them, listen to the others". Last.fm can tell me that.

A varied list like this actually suggests there are things to like between bands of otherwise different sub-genres (for people with actual varied tastes, that is). And plenty of unknown/smaller bands to discover too.
Wow, this makes me think that maybe your comment in my year-end thread earlier today was actually serious. Was it?
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Hey, I can't help it if no one listens to as much black metal as they should.
Hey, speaking of this, ya know what's interesting, Brad?

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You're absolutely right. I've only represented post-metal (The Ocean, No Hawaii, Gifts from Enola), stoner metal (High on Fire, Karma to Burn), black metal (Ludicra, Nachtmystium, Triptykon, Deathspell Omega, Watain, Lightning Swords of Death), post-rock (Red Sparowes, God Is an Astronaut), death metal (Lair of the Minotaur, Aeon), grindcore (Landmine Marathon), Viking metal (Unleashed), technical / progressive (Atheist, IntrOnaut, Shining, Cloudkicker), sludge (Kylesa, Howl, Kvelertak) and whatever the fuck you'd classify Julie Christmas as (how about -metal?)...that's obviously a pretty narrow list.

...and it's not even complete yet.
My top twenty-five has more black metal in it than anything else this year. Who'da thunk it?
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Wow, this makes me think that maybe your comment in my year-end thread earlier today was actually serious. Was it?
No, I just like winding you up. Management perogative.
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