Thursday, 12 November 2015

Okay... maybe not

2 months later and I'm still getting new CDs!  I'll never be able to get a new PC at this rate.


Two more Aerosmith Columbia remasters, all I need is Classics! Live II I think.  Done With Mirrors is the first Geffen album.
Another version of The Exorcist theme.
Ghost's Opus Eponymous, If You Have Ghost EP and Meliora.
Lost Highway OST, basically bought because it has two songs by each - Trent Reznor/NIN, David Bowie and Rammstein.
Nier OST.  Amazing soundtrack to a brilliant game.
Requiem for a Dream OST - I love the theme tune and the songs that have the same motif.

Rage Against The Machine's XX anniversary remaster with the bonus DVD.  This is a timeless album.  Really liked the other albums the did (even the covers one) but nothing can compare to the heavyness and raw aggression on this.
Machine Head's Bloodstone & Diamonds book thing.  I really should have saved myself a quid so it'd be easier to fit on the shelf.  Never thought about that until it was too late lol.
Butcher Babies' Take It Like A Man.  Not as good as Goliath.
 Cradle of Filth's Hammer of the Witches.  They're getting better again.
AC/DC's Flick of the Switch.  Copuldn't remember any of the songs on here when looking at the track list.  Recognized a few while listening though.  Typical AC/DC.
Aerosmith's Music From Another Dimension.  Meh. Nothing really stands out with this.
Hey! Hello!  Another Ginger Wildheart project.  Exactly what you'd expect.  Catchy punk rock that sometimes sounds like just noise.  Excellent stuff and really surprised I actually saw it in a shop!
Hollywood Rose - The Roots of Guns N Roses. 5 songs recorded by probably 85/6 in their original demo and repeated but remixed by Gilby Clarke (GnR member from 91-96?) then again by Fred Coury (Cinderella drummer).  Interesting to hear the demos but the remixes are pointless.
Alanis Morisette's Jagged Little Pill Acoustic.  Never knew this existed.  Shame it's not a pure Unplugged type album but it's still good.
The Prodigy - Invaders Must Die.  I'm not a huge fan of The Prodigy, but this album is fucking brilliant.
System of a Down's debut album.  Thanks to the uniqueness of their style and singing it holds up well today.