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submitted Simone Kopmajer - Christmas. 3 days ago
submitted Cadaver - Edder & Bile. 5 days ago
submitted Carcass - Despicable . 5 days ago
posted a review of Ramón Valle - Inner State. about 1 month ago
Ramón Valle is Cuban and makes Latino music without congas and marimbas. Instead, a rhythmically and harmonically clearly recognizable Cuban folklore stands in a dominant jazz context without even half a thought of the Buena Vista Social Club.... See full review
submitted Ramón Valle - Inner State. about 1 month ago
submitted Dakota Days - All Rivers. about 1 month ago
submitted Tingvall Trio - Dance. about 1 month ago
posted a comment on Wilderun - Veil Of Imagination. 4 months ago
My version carries these labels: Record 1 carries "A Disc One / A Disc Two" while record 2 carries the labels "B Disc One / B Disc Two". I.e.: "A" means "Disc One", "B" means "Disc Two" // "Disc One" means "Side A", "Disc Two" means "Side B".
submitted Louise Lemon - Devil. 6 months ago
posted a review of Psychotic Waltz - The God-Shaped Void. 10 months ago
A full 23 years after their last (regular) studio release, the progressive metalheads of Psychotic Waltz are putting a new record on the counter, and it sounds like the guys from sunny San Diego never stopped making music. The broad trademark chords... See full review
submitted Caribou - Suddenly. 10 months ago
posted a review of Nada Surf - Never Not Together. 10 months ago
The music of Nada Surf was and still is melodically pleasing and emotionally accessible. In 2020, the guys seem a little bit calmer and more sedate than when I last followed them (1990s ;-) ) , but distorted guitars still are present, like in the... See full review
submitted Marko Hietala* - Pyre Of The Black Heart. 10 months ago
submitted Pat Metheny - From This Place. 10 months ago
submitted Simone Kopmajer - My Favorite Songs. 12 months ago
submitted Frank Zappa - Orchestral Favorites (40th Anniversary). about 1 year ago
posted a comment on Arne Domnérus, Bengt Hallberg, Georg Riedel, Egil Johansen + Lars Erstrand - Jazz At The Pawnshop. about 1 year ago
I have a similar one. Swedish texts, no "Made in Sweden" print. Track order is correct though, no stickers. Runouts are similar but have GP 1 19 / GP 1 14 / GP 3 7 / GP 4 7
submitted Martin Tingvall - The Rocket. about 1 year ago
submitted Sinkane - Dépaysé. about 1 year ago
submitted Firespawn - Abominate. about 1 year ago
submitted Mike Edel - Thresholds. about 1 year ago
submitted Selling - On Reflection. about 1 year ago
submitted White Denim - Performance. over 2 years ago
submitted Tobias Schössler - Sections. over 3 years ago
submitted Bobby Kimball - We're Not In Kansas Anymore. over 3 years ago
submitted Ludwig van Beethoven, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Carlos Païta - Symphony No.3 Eroica - Overture Leonore No. 3 Op. 72. over 7 years ago
submitted Quincy Jones - The Birth Of A Band. over 7 years ago
posted a comment on Gorefest - Mindloss. over 7 years ago
Apparently they have been mixed up: My white vinyl says Fetish 69 Antibody but plays Gorefest Mindloss... So it seems to be consistent,a s I know of at least one more case like yours.
posted a comment on Fates Warning - Darkness In A Different Light. over 7 years ago
I have this album with the catalogue number 0505241 in transparent red vinyl, not 0505242 as stated here.
posted a comment on Fates Warning - Darkness In A Different Light. over 7 years ago
I have this album with the same catalogue number (0505241), but in transparent red vinyl as is mentioned here as 0505242.
submitted Kari Bremnes - Norwegian Mood. over 7 years ago
submitted Tiamat - The Scarred People. over 8 years ago
submitted Stereohools - Back From Japan. over 8 years ago
posted a comment on Gorefest - Mindloss. over 9 years ago
My version has a label on the record that says "Fetish 69 - Antibody". Anyone else?
posted a review of Cynic (2) - Focus. over 12 years ago
What can you say about perfection? Tough call. This is, THE, and I would like to stress THE !! progressive Death Metal album. The technical prefection, the mastering of the instruments is only one aspect, what makes this album so brilliant is its... See full review
posted a review of Tiamat - The Astral Sleep. over 12 years ago
One of the very, very, very best melodic Death Metal albums ever! When listened to in a dark room, lying on the floor with closed eyes, the music virtually surrounds you like a huge acoustic dome, it has a sacral feeling to it that's maybe only... See full review