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Old 01-20-2012, 05:56 PM
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So....what's going to be number 1?


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Old 01-20-2012, 06:03 PM
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So....what's going to be number 1?


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Old 01-20-2012, 06:16 PM
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Emmure.

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There ain't gonna be a jail sentence

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Old 01-20-2012, 06:16 PM
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Old 01-20-2012, 06:19 PM
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1.) Devin Townsend- Terria

Anyone who knows me (or has ever looked at my facebook info) should have seen this a mile away. It's the greatest 72 minutes music ever put onto a disc.

Thank you and....


Oh wait you want more of a review don't you....





I bought this album along with Accelerated Evolution the same day. While my high school Jazz band was playing a Christmas show about 75 miles away in Eau Claire, WI at a local mall. a tradition that still happens there. They have (or had I have no clue if they still do or not) a FYE there where I did all my metal shopping when I was in the area. and I was just getting into SYL when I was told "Dude, you gotta get into his solo stuff. Once you do, you'll never look back." Holy Fuck he was right. I never looked back. I first popped in AE and played that for weeks because I didn't think Devin could get any better, I didn't even bother with Terria. Then I popped Terria in after forgetting I bought it, and it didn't click with me. Why the fuck is he singing about Olives? Earth Day? (Although my hometown Clear Lake, Wisconsin, is home to the creator of Earth Day, Gaylord A. Nelson) I don't get it. So like Opeth before him, Devin's Terria did nothing for me, until about 5-6 listens later then a bomb went off. It all made sense.......it doesn't make sense! It's just beautiful music created in a sometime quirky way, other times in a real passionate way, and others music just meant to be music. That's when things hit me like a ton of bricks. You don't write a style of music to be Metal, or to be col, or anything like that. You write music you want to play because you want to play it. That's what Terria is. 72 minutes of beautiful Passionate music. The greatest ballads like Stagnant, Nobody's Here, and Canada. Powerful songs like Earth Day and Mountain and just overall a real sense of Fuck it....just relax and enjoy music for what it is music. because Devin says it best in Earth Day. And Music......

WELL, IT'S JUST ENTERTAINMENT FOLKS!



Favorite song: Deep Peace

Well there you go my top 50 albums of all time. Some are universally agreed upon. Others you can't understand why they are there, others you can't understand why any of these albums would be there, while others think it's one of the best overall lists they've seen in a long time.

All I can say is that these 50 albums represent me in the best way possible and I thank you for taking the time to checking this out.

NOW GO OUT AND DISCOVER SOME NEW MUSIC!!!
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Old 01-20-2012, 06:24 PM
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And that's why the debate it out there.

I'll never consider AIC to be Grunge. That's almost a slap in the face to what they were and still are even without Layne Staley.

Every album you posted as well are badass albums and were in my 189 original albums I had apart of this list, but Dirt is the bee's knees in my eyes.
Why is grunge a slap in the face? It was just a blanket term to describe what was coming out of the American Northwest. PJ sounded nothing like Nirvana. Nirvana sounded nothing like AiC, etc. But while AiC was darker and probably more traditionally metal, Soundgarden just put out better albums in the early-to-mid-90's.

....and Tragically Hip - Day For Night was in your top 189?
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Great list MPF!

I'm thinking about doing something like this. Hopefully someone reads it
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