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Started by maddox, Fri, 2006-05-05, 23:47:02
Quote from: Nicky007 on Thu, 2008-06-26, 20:51:47I'm gonna celebrate this by drinking all of your beers, Mad Nicky.
Quote from: Appelmoes?? on Thu, 2008-06-26, 22:46:00You're not going to share them? Pft!
Quote from: what i wrote in the NP topicNP> Equilibrio - A Rock OperaTonight i went to the concert in Utrecht and my gosh let me tell you: if you like Symphonic metal with classical moments ehm let me refrase that: Lots of classical moments that this is an album you should really buy or at least check it out.Stunning! And that for a Dutch band called Xystus combined with a Dutch Orchestra. Yep, a real orchestra. It reminds me of Caamora in many ways though it's far more 'metal' than Caamora.Highly recommended!!!
Quote from: maddox on Mon, 2010-05-24, 12:07:16... I've had to come up with a different title and obviously, a different approach. I'm still working on that.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Mon, 2010-05-24, 13:06:10Hey Mad, you just copied all'o my groups ! Nicky.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Wed, 2010-06-30, 15:20:10Mad, I'm curious about which Zero Hour albums you have Seriously, I am As I wrote earlier, I experienced them live at Headway 2007, together with Redemption, To-Mera, and Loch Vostok.The Zero Hour concert was superb It got me spinning their albums for quite a while. I have to get back to them soon again .....Are you and I the only Zero Hour fans here ? (not for you to answer, Mad) Nicky.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Fri, 2010-09-24, 14:46:05Nice work with Dream Theater, Mad - but ... how about the rest ?
QuoteI'm still waitin for yer Wolverine catalog
QuoteAnd the Australian Pink Floyd Show - is that where they play Gilmour's Comfortably Numb solo on the didgeridoo ? - for the benefit of Mr. Cap ?
QuoteAnd The Tea Party, well, depending on which one you mean, there's theCanadian Tea Party, catalog: The Interzone Mantras (my fave btw), Transmission, etcUS Tea Party movement, catalog: mischief Nicky.
Quote from: maddox on Fri, 2010-09-24, 17:15:44Canadian Tea Party of course.
Quote from: maddox on Fri, 2006-05-05, 23:47:02Frank Klepacki [US]
Quote from: maddox on Fri, 2006-05-05, 23:47:02Bjørn Lynne [Norway]Albums: The Void (1997)/Wolves of the Gods (1999)/The Gods Awaken (2001)/Colony (2002)
Quote from: PH on Fri, 2011-05-06, 12:45:34Hey Maddox, I checked out your listening profile and found this:How did that end up there?
Quote from: PH on Fri, 2011-08-12, 23:17:50I did another check in your listening profile (I check LP's every once in a while in search of new ideas and discoveries) and saw this:Never heard you about him. What do you think of it? (And also the fellow I mentioned in my previous post. )I have "The Gods Awaken" and "Return To Witchwood" which I find very nice. I don't play them often, but there are some great musical ideas. Especially "Return To Witchwood" is quite relaxing.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Sun, 2011-09-04, 12:30:09Mad, I get the impression that you like Dream Theater, donno why
QuoteI see that you too like Adagio, pantheon with me. Their latest studio album Archangels in Black is magnificent
QuoteI just ordered the entire Dominici O3 Trilogy (3 albums). I deemed them pantheon on the basis of what I heard on YouTube. Lookin forward to hearing the albums from beginning to end, as that always gives a deeper experience. I'm fascinated by the the storyline Nicky.
Quote from: maddox on Sun, 2011-09-04, 16:10:36The first part of O3 is an acoustic, laid-back album.
Quote from: Nicky007 on Sun, 2011-10-23, 17:00:27Hey Mad, don't tell me you aint got nothin by Metallica Nicky.
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