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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    That was quick
    I know, it's like I had set the money aside and was just waiting for an announcement. Oh wait ...
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Christopher Bissonnette-Essays In Idleness
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    Joel Harrison-Mother Stump
    Richard Pinhas/Oren Ambarchi-Tikkun
    Richard Pinhas & Yoshida Tatsuya-Welcome To The Void
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    Mr & Mrs Smith and Mr Drake - Mr & Mrs Smith and Mr Drake
    Spratley Japs - Pony
    Clynes, Susan - Life Is...
    Foxx, John / Harold Budd - Nighthawks 3 x CDs
    Miller, Phil / In Cahoots - All That
    Factor Burzaco - 3
    Eccentric Orbit - Attack of the Martians
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    Let me know what you think of Mr and Mrs Smith / Spratley's Japs. I sampled a bit of the former and was slightly disappointed. It was after the show last night, so it's possible I was just fried.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Nik Bärtsch's Ronin - Live

    Bought from the band after their concert in Stavanger, Norway, one hour ago.

    This was the first record I bought in almost eight months! (Last time was at the RIO-fest in France, September 2013.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombywoof View Post
    Let me know what you think of Mr and Mrs Smith / Spratley's Japs. I sampled a bit of the former and was slightly disappointed. It was after the show last night, so it's possible I was just fried.
    I enjoyed both, they are a different animal than Cardiacs, it's more folky and more mellow, I was expecting that and like it. Do you have William D Drake - The Rising Of Lights? Great album in this vein.

    Quote Originally Posted by aplodon View Post
    Nik Bärtsch's Ronin - Live

    Bought from the band after their concert in Stavanger, Norway, one hour ago.

    This was the first record I bought in almost eight months! (Last time was at the RIO-fest in France, September 2013.)
    I'm jealous, would love to see Nik Bartsch Ronin, it's a terrific album, you going to RIO this year? I'll be there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I enjoyed both, they are a different animal than Cardiacs, it's more folky and more mellow, I was expecting that and like it. Do you have William D Drake - The Rising Of Lights? Great album in this vein.
    I don't. I think of the two, I preferred Spratley's, but even it had me yearning for the real deal (if that makes any sense). Hopefully after some time with these, they will grow on me.
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NogbadTheBad View Post
    I'm jealous, would love to see Nik Bartsch Ronin, it's a terrific album, you going to RIO this year? I'll be there.
    I'm going to RIO. I think the line up this year is great.

    I'm waiting for a small order from Wayside to arrive. Otherwise, I will probably wait til RIO before I buy more - have some catching up to do with AltRock releases. I hope Marcello will be there.

    Unfortunately the Auberge was full when I tried to book, so we will have to stay in Carmaux, which is a bit inconvenient.

    Listening to Nik Bärtsch - Live, as I wright. Sounds very good - full of energy.

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    Rocket Scientists- 'Supernatural Highways' EP (2014)
    Rocket Scientists- 'Revolution Road' (2006)

    Bought them last Friday night at the Erik Norlander and The Galactive Collective's gig at the Cherokee Arts Center in Canton, GA.
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    The Who-Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy
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    The Carl Stalling Project-Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958
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    I snagged Paolo Vinaccia's "Very Much Alive" box from Amazon UK for a good price after reading jkelman's review over at All About Jazz.

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    The Steven Wilson "Cover Version" CD.

    I'm glad I held off buying any of the versions until they were all available on one CD. Couldn't be bothered with getting up to change the disc each time.

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    Thinking Plague - "Decline and Fall"
    Jethro Tull - "A Passion Play - An Extended Performance" (Preorder)
    Check out Colouratura's sophomore release Unfamiliar Skies - out this spring on Melodic Revolution Records!

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    Van der Graaf Generator - H to He, Who am the only one

    Already own it twice on vinyl, but well, since I'm collecting them on CD, I bought this.

    Still wondering if I should buy Pawn hearts again, for the bonus tracks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walt View Post
    The Carl Stalling Project-Music From Warner Bros. Cartoons 1936-1958
    Me too! Received it yesterday.

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    King Crimson-The Power To Believe
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    MAGMA - ZUHN WOHL UNSAI - LIVE IN BREMEN 1974

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    Sajjanu - Pechiku!!
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    Hamster Theatre - Siege On Hamburger City
    Ut Gret - Radical Symetry (I already had this, but my copy got damaged so I just had to buy a new one. It's very good!)

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    cds:

    prior to mdf:
    One and All, Together, For home -various (has Ava Inferi's swan song)

    from mdf:
    Absu-Absu
    Arckanum-1994 Truler
    Arckanum-Antikosmos
    Agalloch-The Mantle
    Agalloch-The Serpent & The Sphere
    Bal-Sagoth-The Chthonic Chronicles
    Beherit-At The Devil's Studio 1990
    Beherit-The Oath of Black Blood
    Black Funeral-Ordog
    Black Funeral-Vukolak
    Cultes des Ghoules-Haxan
    Cultes des Ghoules-Spectres Over Transylvania
    Deathspell Omega-Infernal Battles
    Enslaved-Monumension
    Mortem-De Natura Daemonum
    Morbid-1987 Year of the Goat box
    Sarke-Oldarhian
    Shub Niggurath/Necroccultus-Inverted Dimensions
    Lana Lane-Secrets of Astrology (accidental repeat buy)

    LP:
    Morbid-1987 Year of the Goat box

    Book-Hellbent on Cooking (recipes from heavy metal musicians)

    4 t shirts-2 MDF, 1 Ruins of Beverast MDF and 1 Emperor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rune Blackwings View Post
    Shub Niggurath/Necroccultus-Inverted Dimensions
    What's this? I assume it's not the French Zeuhl band.
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    What's this? I assume it's not the French Zeuhl band.
    Mexican death metal
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