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Old 10-24-2020, 08:37 PM   #41
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Bootblacks - Thin Skies is an amazing album.

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Mary - Die Before Death is another amazing album.

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Sopor Aeternus and the Ensemble of Shadows - Island of the Dead


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Frozen Planet... 1969- Cold Hand Of A Gambling Man
Joe Bonamassa- Royal Tea
Flower Kings- Islands
Mr. Bungle- Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny
Panzerballett- Planet Z
Derek Sherinian- The Phoenix
Pain Of Salvation- Panther
Metallica- S&M 2
Bush- The Kingdom
Haken- Virus
Mandy Moore- Silver Landings
Best Coast- Always Tomorrow
Testament- Titans Of Creation
Devin Townsend- Order Of Magnitude
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Fame on Fire - Levels
Deftones - Ohms
The Chicks - Lamplighter
Seether - Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum
Corey Taylor - CMTF
JJ Wilde Ruthless

In This Moment and Hollywood Undead had new albums this year but try as I might, I couldn’t warm to either of them.

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Old 12-14-2020, 04:00 PM   #47
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1. Fiona Apple - Fetcg the Bolt Cutters
2. The Innocence Mission - See You Tomorrow
3. Rufus Wainwright - Unfollow the Rules
4. Phish - Sigma Oasis (?*)
5. The Flaming Lips - American Head
6. Matt Berninger - Serpentine Prison
7. Moses Sumney - Grae


It's not an official list yet, as I have more to listen to. But it will suffice for now. Have not heard the new Dixie Chicks record. Was planning on getting it, but they soured on me rather quick.

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Old 12-17-2020, 02:07 AM   #48
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1. Fiona Apple - Fetcg the Bolt Cutters
2. The Innocence Mission - See You Tomorrow
3. Rufus Wainwright - Unfollow the Rules
4. Phish - Sigma Oasis (?*)
5. The Flaming Lips - American Head
6. Matt Berninger - Serpentine Prison
7. Moses Sumney - Grae


It's not an official list yet, as I have more to listen to. But it will suffice for now. Have not heard the new Dixie Chicks record. Was planning on getting it, but they soured on me rather quick.
How so?
I hope you're not referring to that shit from years ago. They've already paid their dues on that.
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Old 12-18-2020, 04:13 PM   #49
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Oh, no! Not at all! I fully support their right to do what they did years ago and didn't necessarily deserve quite the backlashing response they got. I am referring to what's been going on now. They gave in to public opinion and public pressure (even if there wasn't much) and changed their name. I thought of them as a group that stuck to their guns and didn't follow the crowds of sheep. But I was wrong. To me, they'll always be The Dixie Chicks.

You cannot rewrite history and you cannot kowtow to every little person who might get offended by something you've done. I'm sure there is plenty that I have written, personally, that would offend a great many people, if I were to release it in some professional manner. However, I wouldn't change any of it. It's what I wrote because it's what I felt at the time. I will not erase my history to please people. I guess that's what bugs me the most. Is when artists are out to play the popularity game.

Or when it seems like they are. Art is supposed to inspire AND provoke. Lots of great artists spoke out against things that were popular or the norm at the time. It's these artists shining a light on these subjects that help create change sometimes. I wonder where we would be right now if those artists didn't provoke or rail against the popular. There are whole genres of music we wouldn't have if certain musicians didn't rail against. After what the Dixie Chicks went through when they stuck to their guns only to fall in line with everyone else just sticks in my craw. Sorry. I still support their right to do so, but my opinion of them has changed now because of that.
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[Show spoiler]Oh, no! Not at all! I fully support their right to do what they did years ago and didn't necessarily deserve quite the backlashing response they got. I am referring to what's been going on now. They gave in to public opinion and public pressure (even if there wasn't much) and changed their name. I thought of them as a group that stuck to their guns and didn't follow the crowds of sheep. But I was wrong. To me, they'll always be The Dixie Chicks.

You cannot rewrite history and you cannot kowtow to every little person who might get offended by something you've done. I'm sure there is plenty that I have written, personally, that would offend a great many people, if I were to release it in some professional manner. However, I wouldn't change any of it. It's what I wrote because it's what I felt at the time. I will not erase my history to please people. I guess that's what bugs me the most. Is when artists are out to play the popularity game.

Or when it seems like they are. Art is supposed to inspire AND provoke. Lots of great artists spoke out against things that were popular or the norm at the time. It's these artists shining a light on these subjects that help create change sometimes. I wonder where we would be right now if those artists didn't provoke or rail against the popular. There are whole genres of music we wouldn't have if certain musicians didn't rail against. After what the Dixie Chicks went through when they stuck to their guns only to fall in line with everyone else just sticks in my craw. Sorry. I still support their right to do so, but my opinion of them has changed now because of that.
Nicely said.
I understand!
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:45 PM   #51
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01. Taylor Swift - folklore
02. Rina Sawayama - SAWAYAMA
03. Dua Lipa - Future Nostalgia
04. Run the Jewels - RTJ4
05. Taylor Swift - evermore
06. Lianne La Havas - Lianne La Havas
07. Chloe x Halle - Ungodly Hour
08. Jessie Ware - What’s Your Pleasure?
09. Róisín Murphy - Róisín Machine
10. Megan Thee Stallion - Good News
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The Strokes album was surprisingly really good.
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Finally got around to listing my top albums of the year.

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