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Title: PH's CD list
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A.C.T (Sweden)
- 1999 - Today's Report [special edition, 2007]
- 2001 - Imaginary Friends [special edition, 2007]
- 2003 - Last Epic [special edition, 2007]
- 2006 - Silence
- 2014 - Circus Pandemonium
- 2016 - Trifles And Pandemonium [live DVD]

Altizer, Rick (United States)
- 2007 - Scripture Memory: Pop Symphonies

Amaran's Plight (United States)
- 2007 - Voice In The Light

Ambeon (Netherlands)
- 2001 - Fate Of A Dreamer [expanded edition, 2011]

Anathema (England)
- 1999 - Judgement     [part of "Original Album Classics", 2011]
- 2001 - A Fine Day To Exit     [part of "Original Album Classics", 2011]
- 2003 - A Natural Disaster     [part of "Original Album Classics", 2011]
- 2008 - Hindsight
- 2010 - We're Here Because We're Here
- 2011 - Falling Deeper
- 2012 - Weather Systems
- 2013 - Universal (live CD/DVD)
- 2014 - Distant Satellites [limited edition]
- 2017 - The Optimist

Anderson/Stolt (Sweden/England)
- 2016 - Invention Of Knowledge

Änglagård (Sweden)
- 2012 - Viljans Öga

Arena (England)
- 1995 - Songs From The Lion's Cage
- 1996 - Pride
- 1997 - The Cry (EP)
- 1998 - The Visitor
- 2000 - Immortal?
- 2003 - Contagion
- 2003 - Contagious (EP)
- 2003 - Contagium (EP)
- 2005 - Pepper's Ghost
- 2006 - Smoke & Mirrors [live CD/DVD]
- 2011 - The Seventh Degree Of Seperation
- 2014 - Contagion Max
- 2015 - The Unquiet Sky
- 2016 - XX [live DVD]
- 2018 - Double Vision

Argos (Germany)
- 2018 - Unidentified Dying Objects

Ascending From Ashes (USA)
- 2013 - Phoenix Rising [EP]
- 2019 - Glory

Ayreon (Netherlands)
- 1995 - The Final Experiment [special edition, 2005]
- 1996 - Actual Fantasy [Revisited, 2004]
- 1998 - Into The Electric Castle [special edition, 2004]
- 2000 - Universal Migrator Part I & II [special edition, 2004]
- 2004 - The Human Equation [special edition]
- 2008 - 01011001
- 2013 - The Theory Of Everything
- 2016 - The Theater Equation [live Blu-ray]
- 2017 - The Source
- 2018 - Ayreon Universe: Best Of Ayreon Live [live Blu-ray]

Barock Project (Italy)
- 2015 - Skyline
- 2017 - Detachment

Beardfish (Sweden)
- 2007 - Sleeping In Traffic, Part 1     [part of "Discovering Beardfish", 2016]
- 2008 - Sleeping In Traffic, Part 2     [part of "Discovering Beardfish", 2016]
- 2009 - Destined Solitaire     [part of "Discovering Beardfish", 2016]
- 2011 - Mammoth     [part of "Discovering Beardfish", 2016]
- 2012 - The Void     [part of "Discovering Beardfish", 2016]
- 2015 - +4626-Comfortzone

Big Big Train (England)
- 1994 - Goodbye To The Age Of Steam
- 1997 - English Boy Wonders
- 2004 - Gathering Speed
- 2007 - The Difference Machine
- 2009 - The Underfall Yard
- 2010 - Far Skies Deep Time [EP]
- 2012 - English Electric, Part One
- 2013 - English Electric, Part Two
- 2013 - Make Some Noise [EP]
- 2015 - Wassail [EP]
- 2016 - Stone & Steel [live Blu-ray]
- 2016 - Folklore
- 2017 - Grimspound
- 2017 - The Second Brightest Star

Blackfield (England, Israel)
- 2004 - Blackfield
- 2007 - Blackfield II
- 2007 - NYC: Blackfield Live In New York City [live DVD]
- 2011 - Welcome To My DNA
- 2017 - Blackfield V

Blind Ego (Germany)
- 2007 - Mirror
- 2009 - Numb

Bodin, Tomas (Sweden)
- 2005 - I AM

Bowness, Tim (England)
- 2014 - Abandoned Dancehall Dreams
- 2015 - Stupid Things That Mean The World
- 2017 - Lost In The Ghost Light

Casualties Of Cool (Canada)
- 2014 - Casualties Of Cool

Circus Maximus (Norway)
- 2016 - Havoc

Cirrus Bay (United States)
- 2016 - Places Unseen

Comedy Of Errors (Scotland)
- 2011 - Disobey
- 2013 - Fanfare & Fantasy

Cut_ (Scotland)
- 1999 - Millionairhead

Damanek (England)
- 2017 - On Track
- 2018 - In Flight

Davis, Miles (United States)
- 1957 - 'Round About Midnight     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]
- 1957 - Miles Ahead     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]
- 1958 - Ascenseur Pour L'Echafaud [OST]     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]
- 1958 - Relaxin' With The Miles Davis Quintet     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]
- 1959 - Kind Of Blue     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]
- 1959 - Workin' With The Miles Davis Quintet     [part of "Essential Original Albums", 2016]

Dear Hunter, The (United States)
- 2015 - Act IV: Rebirth In Reprise
- 2016 - Act V: Hymns With The Devil In Confessional
- 2017 - All Is As All Should Be [EP]

DeeExpus (England)
- 2011 - King Of Number 33

Discipline (United States)
- 2011 - To Shatter All Accords

Downhere (Canada)
- 2008 - Ending Is Beginning

Dream Theater (United States)
- 1989 - When Dream And Day Unite
- 1992 - Images And Words
- 1994 - Awake
- 1995 - A Change Of Seasons [EP]
- 1997 - Falling Into Infinity
- 1998 - Once In A LIVEtime [live CD]
- 1999 - Metropolis, Part 2: Scenes From A Memory
- 2001 - Metropolis 2000: Scenes From New York [live DVD]
- 2002 - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
- 2003 - Train Of Thought
- 2005 - Octavarium
- 2006 - Score [live CD]
- 2006 - Score [live DVD]
- 2007 - Systematic Chaos
- 2009 - Black Clouds And Silver Linings
- 2011 - A Dramatic Turn Of Events
- 2013 - Dream Theater
- 2016 - The Astonishing
- 2019 - Distance Over Time

Dukes Of The Orient (England, United States)
- 2018 - Dukes Of The Orient

Echolyn (United States)
- 2015 - I Heard You Listening

Edenbridge (Austria)
- 2008 - MyEarthDream
- 2010 - Solitaire
- 2013 - The Bonding

Electric Light Orchestra (England)
- 1971 - The Electric Light Orchestra (No Answer)     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1973 - The Electric Light Orchestra II     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1973 - On The Third Day     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1974 - Eldorado     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1975 - Face The Music     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1976 - A New World Record     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1977 - Out Of The Blue     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1979 - Discovery     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1981 - Time     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1983 - Secret Messages     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 1986 - Balance Of Power     [part of "The Classic Albums Collection", 2011]
- 2001 - Zoom
- 2015 - Alone In The Universe

Enchant (United States)
- 1993 - A Blueprint Of The World     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 1996 - Wounded     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 1997 - Time Lost     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 1998 - Break     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 2000 - Juggling 9 Or Dropping 10     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 2002 - Blink Of An Eye     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 2003 - Tug Of War     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]
- 2014 - The Great Divide     [part of "A Dream Imagined", 2018]

Evership (United States)
- 2016 - Evership

Exxos (France)
- 1992 - Dune: Spice Opera

Fates Warning (United States)
- 2016 - Theories Of Flight

Flower Kings, The (Sweden)
- 1995 - Back In The World Of Adventures     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 1996 - Retropolis     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 1997 - Stardust We Are     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 1999 - Flower Power     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 2000 - Space Revolver     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 2001 - The Rainmaker     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 2002 - Unfold The Future     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours", 2017]
- 2004 - Adam & Eve     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours II", 2018]
- 2006 - Paradox Hotel     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours II", 2018]
- 2007 - The Sum Of No Evil     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours II", 2018]
- 2012 - Banks Of Eden     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours II", 2018]
- 2013 - Desolation Rose     [part of "A Kingdom Of Colours II", 2018]

Flying Colors (United States)
- 2012 - Flying Colors
- 2014 - Second Nature

Frost* (England)
- 2006 - Milliontown
- 2008 - Tour CD [EP]
- 2008 - Experiments In Mass Appeal
- 2010 - The Philadelphia Experiment [live CD]
- 2016 - Falling Satellites

Galahad (England)
- 2012 - Battle Scars
- 2012 - Beyond The Realms Of Euphoria
- 2018 - Seas Of Change

Gardner, Trent (United States)
- 2001 - Leonardo: The Absolute Man

Gazpacho (Norway)
- 2003 - Bravo
- 2004 - When Earth Lets Go
- 2005 - Firebird
- 2007 - Night
- 2009 - Tick Tock
- 2010 - Missa Atropos
- 2012 - March Of Ghosts
- 2014 - Demon
- 2015 - Molok
- 2018 - Soyuz

Genesis (England)
- 1969 - From Genesis To Revelation
- 1971 - Nursery Cryme
- 1973 - Selling England By The Pound
- 1974 - The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
- 1976 - A Trick Of the Tail
- 1976 - Wind And Wuthering
- 1978 - And Then There Were Three
- 1980 - Duke
- 1997 - Calling All Stations
- 2004 - The Video Show [DVD]
- 2007 - In London [live DVD]

Gentle Storm, The (Netherlands)
- 2015 - The Diary [artbook edition]

Gilmour, David (England)
- 2006 - On An Island

Glass Hammer (United States)
- 2004 - Shadowlands
- 2005 - The Inconsolable Secret
- 2007 - Culture Of Ascent
- 2010 - If
- 2011 - Cor Cordium
- 2012 - Perilous
- 2014 - Ode To Echo
- 2015 - The Breaking Of The World
- 2016 - Valkyrie
- 2018 - Chronomonaut

Gregson-Williams, Harry (England)
- 2001 - Shrek [OST] (with John Powell)
- 2004 - Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater [OST] (with Norihiko Hibino)
- 2007 - Shrek The Third [OST]

Guilt Machine (Netherlands)
- 2009 - On This Perfect Day

Gungfly (Sweden)
- 2006 - Cyklonmannen     [part of "Rumbling Box (2006-2016)", 2018]
- 2009 - Please Be Quiet     [part of "Rumbling Box (2006-2016)", 2018]
- 2011 - Lamentations     [part of "Rumbling Box (2006-2016)", 2018]
- 2015 - Att För Barn Som Tror På Sagor Läsa Högt När Kvällen Kommer     [part of "Rumbling Box (2006-2016)", 2018]
- 2016 - The Unbendable Sleep     [part of "Rumbling Box (2006-2016)", 2018]

Hackett, Steve (England)
- 1975 - Voyage Of The Acolyte
- 1978 - Please Don't Touch
- 1979 - Spectral Mornings
- 1984 - Till We Have Faces     [part of "Discovering Steve Hackett", 2016]
- 1993 - Guitar Noir     [part of "Discovering Steve Hackett", 2016]
- 1999 - Darktown     [part of "Discovering Steve Hackett", 2016]
- 2003 - To Watch The Storms     [part of "Discovering Steve Hackett", 2016]
- 2006 - Wild Orchids     [part of "Discovering Steve Hackett", 2016]
- 2008 - Tribute
- 2012 - Genesis Revisited II
- 2015 - Wolflight
- 2017 - The Night Siren

Haken (England)
- 2010 - Aquarius
- 2011 - Visions
- 2013 - The Mountain
- 2014 - Restoration [EP] [LP+CD]
- 2016 - Affinity
- 2018 - Vector

Harrison, Gavin (England)
2015 - Cheating The Polygraph

Hidria Spacefolk (Finland)
- 2007 - Symetria

Hitchings, Tracy (England)
- 1991 - From Ignorance To Ecstasy

Holopainen, Tuomas (Finland)
- 2014 - The Life And Times Of Scrooge

Huis (Canada)
- 2014 - Despite Guardian Angels
- 2016 - Neither In Heaven
- 2019 - Abandoned

Hybrid (England)
- 1997 - Chasing The Dream
- 1999 - Integration

Iamthemorning (Russia)
- 2016 - Lighthouse

IQ (England)
- 1993 - Ever
- 1997 - Subterranea
- 1998 - Seven Stories Into 98
- 2000 - The Seventh House
- 2004 - Dark Matter
- 2009 - Frequency
- 2014 - The Road Of Bones
- 2017 - Tales From A Dark Christmas

It Bites (England)
- 1986 - The Big Lad In The Windmill     [part of "Whole New World", 2014]
- 1988 - Once Around The World     [part of "Whole New World", 2014]
- 1989 - Eat Me In St. Louis     [part of "Whole New World", 2014]
- 1991 - Thank You And Goodnight [live CD]     [part of "Whole New World", 2014]
- 2008 - The Tall Ships
- 2012 - Map Of The Past

Janison Edge (England)
1998 - The Services Of Mary Goode

Jarre, Jean Michel (France)
- 1976 - Oxygène     [part of "Oxygène Trilogy", 2016]
- 1978 - Équinoxe
- 1981 - Les Chants Magnétiques
- 1982 - Les Concerts En Chine [live CD]
- 1984 - Zoolook
- 1986 - Rendez-Vous
- 1993 - Chronologie
- 1997 - Oxygène 7-13     [part of "Oxygène Trilogy", 2016]
- 2007 - Oxygène: New Master Recording
- 2016 - Oxygène 3     [part of "Oxygène Trilogy", 2016]
- 2018 - Equinoxe Infinity

Jelly Jam, The (United States)
- 2002 - The Jelly Jam

Kaipa (Sweden)
- 1974 - Unedited Master Demo Recording (Demos)     [part of "The Decca Years", 2005]
- 1975 - Kaipa     [part of "The Decca Years", 2005]
- 1976 - Inget Nytt Under Solen     [part of "The Decca Years", 2005]
- 1978 - Solo     [part of "The Decca Years", 2005]
- 1979 - Live [live CD]     [part of "The Decca Years", 2005]
- 2002 - Notes From The Past
- 2003 - Keyholder
- 2005 - Mindrevolutions
- 2007 - Angling Feelings
- 2010 - In The Wake Of Evolution
- 2012 - Vittjar
- 2014 - Sattyg
- 2017 - Children Of The Sounds

Kaipa Da Capo (Sweden)
- 2016 - Dårskapens Monotoni

Kamelot (United States)
- 2015 - Haven

Karmakanic (Sweden)
- 2008 - Who's The Boss In The Factory
- 2011 - In A Perfect World
- 2016 - Dot

King Crimson (England)
- 1974 - Red

Kino (England)
- 2005 - Picture
- 2005 - Cutting Room Floor [demos/live]
- 2018 - Radio Voltaire

Klepacki, Frank (United States)
- 2002 - Morphscape
- 2004 - Rocktronic
- 2005 - Virtual Control
- 2006 - Awakening Of Aggression
- 2009 - Infiltrator
- 2009 - Viratia
- 2012 - Conquering 20 Years

Klostrakis, Nektarios (Greece)
- 2018 - Symisatores

Kolyadin, Gleb (Russia)
- 2018 - Gleb Kolyadin

LaBrie, James (Canada)
- 2005 - Elements Of Persuasion     [part of "Discovering James LaBrie", 2015]
- 2010 - Static Impuls     [part of "Discovering James LaBrie", 2015]
- 2013 - Impermanent Resonance     [part of "Discovering James LaBrie", 2015]

Landmarq (England)
- 1992 - Solitary Witness
- 1993 - Infinity Parade
- 1995 - The Vision Pit
- 1999 - Thunderstruck [live CD]

Lens, The (England)
- 2001 - A Word In Your Eye
- 2010 - Regeneration

Leprous (Norway)
- 2011 - Bilateral
- 2013 - Coal
- 2015 - The Congregation
- 2017 - Malina

Liquid Tension Experiment (United States)
- 1998 - Liquid Tension Experiment
- 1999 - Liquid Tension Experiment 2

Lo Moon (United States)
- 2018 - Lo Moon

Lonely Robot (England)
- 2015 - Please Come Home
- 2017 - The Big Dream
- 2019 - Under Stars

Lucassen, Arjen Anthony (Netherlands)
- 2012 - Lost In The New Real

Lunatic Soul (Poland)
- 2008 - Lunatic Soul
- 2010 - Lunatic Soul II
- 2011 - Impressions
- 2014 - Walking On A Flashlight Beam
- 2017 - Fractured
- 2018 - Under The Fragmented Sky

Lundin, Hans (Sweden)
- 1984 - Tales     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]
- 1984 - In Search Of The Green Glass     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]
- 1984 - Okänt Öde     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]
- 1985 - Visions Of Circles Of Sounds     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]
- 1987 - The Veiled Seveneyed Dancer     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]
- 1989 - Houses     [part of "The Solo Years 1982-1989", 2019]

Lynne, Bjørn (Norway)
- 2001 - The Gods Awaken
- 2003 - Return To Witchwood

Magic Pie (Norway)
- 2005 - Motions Of Desire
- 2007 - Circus Of Life
- 2011 - The Suffering Joy
- 2015 - King For A Day

Magnum (England)
- 2018 - Lost On The Road To Eternity

Magnus, Nick (England)
- 2014 - N'Monix

Marillion (England)
- 1983 - Script For A Jester's Tear
- 1984 - Fugazi
- 1985 - Misplaced Childhood
- 1987 - Clutching At Straws
- 1989 - Seasons End
- 1991 - Holidays In Eden
- 1994 - Brave
- 1995 - Afraid Of Sunlight
- 2001 - Anoraknophobia
- 2004 - Marbles
- 2004 - Marbles On The Road [live DVD]
- 2007 - Somewhere Else
- 2008 - Happiness Is The Road
- 2012 - Sounds That Can't Be Made
- 2016 - F.E.A.R.
- 2016 - Out Of The Box [3× live Blu-ray]

Mastodon (United States)
- 2011 - The Hunter
- 2017 - Emperor Of Sand

Moon Safari (Sweden)
- 2005 - A Doorway To Summer
- 2008 - Blomljud
- 2010 - Lover's End
- 2012 - Lover's End, Part 3: Skelleftea Serenade [EP]
- 2013 - Himlabacken, Vol I

Morse, Alan (United States)
- 2007 - Four O'Clock And Hysteria

Morse, Neal (United States)
- 1999 - Neal Morse
- 2001 - It's Not Too Late
- 2003 - Testimony
- 2004 - Testimony Live [live DVD]
- 2004 - One
- 2005 - God Won't Give Up
- 2005 - ?
- 2006 - Send The Fire
- 2006 - Cover To Cover
- 2007 - Sola Scriptura
- 2007 - Songs From The Highway
- 2008 - Secret Place
- 2008 - Sola Scriptura And Beyond [live DVD]
- 2008 - Lifeline
- 2009 - The River
- 2010 - Mighty To Save
- 2011 - Testimony Two
- 2011 - Testimony Two: Live In Los Angeles [live CD/DVD]
- 2012 - Momentum
- 2012 - Cover 2 Cover
- 2013 - Get In The Boat
- 2013 - Live Momentum [live CD/DVD]
- 2014 - Songs From November
- 2015 - The Grand Experiment
- 2015 - Morsefest! 2014 [live CD/DVD]
- 2015 - Morsefest! 2014 [live Blu-ray]
- 2016 - To God Be The Glory
- 2016 - Alive Again [live Blu-ray]
- 2016 - The Similitude Of A Dream
- 2017 - Morsefest! 2015 [live Blu-ray]
- 2018 - Life & Times
- 2018 - The Similitude Of A Dream: Live In Tilburg [live Blu-ray]
- 2018 - Life And Times Live [live DVD]
- 2018 - Morsefest! 2017 [live Blu-ray]
- 2019 - The Great Adventure
- 2019 - Jesus Christ - The Exorcist

Mostly Autumn (England)
- 2010 - Go Well Diamond Heart

Muse (England)
- 1999 - Showbiz
- 2001 - Origin Of Symmetry
- 2003 - Absolution
- 2006 - Black Holes And Revelations
- 2009 - The Resistance
- 2012 - The 2nd Law

Mystery (Canada)
- 2012 - The World Is A Game

Neuschwanstein (Germany)
1979 - Battlement

Nightwish (Finland)
- 2015 - Endless Forms Most Beautiful

Nolan, Clive (England)
- 2008 - Caamora: She
- 2008 - Caamora: She [live DVD]
- 2013 - Alchemy
- 2017 - King's Ransom

Nolan & Wakeman (England)
- 1999 - Jabberwocky
- 2002 - The Hound Of The Baskervilles

No-Man (England)
- 2003 - Together We're Stranger
- 2008 - Schoolyard Ghosts

Okumoto, Ryo (United States)
- 2001 - Winners Of The Heart [Single]
- 2002 - Coming Through

Oldfield, Mike (England)
- 1973 - Tubular Bells     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1974 - Hergest Ridge     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1975 - Ommadawn     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1978 - Incantations     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1979 - Platinum     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1980 - QE2     [part of "Classic Album Selection 1973-1980", 2012]
- 1992 - Tubular Bells II     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 1994 - The Songs Of Distant Earth     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 1996 - Voyager     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 1998 - Tubular Bells III     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 1999 - Guitars     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 1999 - The Millennium Bell     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 2002 - Tr3s Lunas     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 2003 - Tubular Bells 2003     [part of "The Studio Albums 1992-2003", 2014]
- 2014 - Man On The Rocks
- 2017 - Return To Ommadawn

Opeth (Sweden)
- 2001 - Blackwater Park
- 2002 - Deliverance
- 2003 - Damnation
- 2005 - Ghost Reveries
- 2008 - Watershed
- 2011 - Heritage
- 2014 - Pale Communion
- 2016 - Sorceress

OSI (United States)
- 2003 - Office Of Strategic Influence
- 2006 - Free
- 2009 - Blood
- 2012 - Fire Make Thunder

Ozric Tentacles (England)
- 2015 - Technicians Of The Sacred

Paatos (Sweden)
- 2006 - Silence Of Another Kind

Pain Of Salvation (Sweden)
- 1997 - Entropia     [part of "Discovering Pain Of Salvation", 2016]
- 1998 - One Hour By The Concrete Lake     [part of "Discovering Pain Of Salvation", 2016]
- 2000 - The Perfect Element, Part 1     [part of "Discovering Pain Of Salvation", 2016]
- 2002 - Remedy Lane     [part of "Discovering Pain Of Salvation", 2016]
- 2004 - 12:5 [live CD]     [part of "Discovering Pain Of Salvation", 2016]
- 2017 - In The Passing Light Of Day

Pendragon (England)
- 1996 - The Masquerade Overture
- 2005 - Believe
- 2008 - Pure
- 2011 - Passion

Perfect Beings (United States)
- 2018 - Vier

Peter Pan (Poland)
- 2007 - Days

Phillips, Anthony (England)
- 2005 - Field Day

Pink Floyd (England)
- 1973 - The Dark Side Of The Moon
- 1975 - Wish You Were Here
- 1977 - Animals
- 1979 - The Wall
- 2014 - The Endless River

Platypus (United States)
- 1998 - When Pus Comes To Shove
- 2000 - Ice Cycles

Porcupine Tree (England)
- 1991 - On The Sunday Of Life
- 1993 - Up The Downstair
- 1993 - Voyage 34: The Complete Trip
- 1995 - The Sky Moves Sideways
- 1996 - Signify
- 1998 - Metanoia
- 1999 - Stupid Dream
- 2000 - Lightbulb Sun
- 2001 - Recordings
- 2002 - In Absentia
- 2005 - Deadwing
- 2006 - Arriving Somewhere... [live DVD]
- 2007 - Fear Of A Blank Planet
- 2007 - Nil Recurring [EP]
- 2009 - The Incident
- 2012 - Octane Twisted [live CD]

Pure Reason Revolution (England)
- 2006 - The Dark Third

Quaeschning & Schnauss (Germany)
- 2017 - Synthwaves

Radiohead (England)
- 2000 - Kid A
- 2016 - A Moon Shaped Pool

Redemption (United States)
- 2007 - The Origins Of Ruin     [part of "Discovering Redemption", 2016]
- 2009 - Snowfall On Judgment Day     [part of "Discovering Redemption", 2016]
- 2011 - This Mortal Coil     [part of "Discovering Redemption", 2016]
- 2016 - The Art Of Loss
- 2018 - Long Night's Journey Into Day

Reed, Robert (England)
- 2014 - Sanctuary

Rhapsody (Of Fire) (Italy)
- 1997 - Legendary Tales
- 1998 - Symphony Of Enchanted Lands
- 2000 - Dawn Of Victory
- 2001 - Rain Of A Thousand Flames

Ritual (Sweden)
- 2007 - The Hemulic Voluntary Band

Riverside (Poland)
- 2003 - Out Of Myself     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2005 - Voices In My Head [EP]     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2005 - Second Life Syndrome     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2007 - Rapid Eye Movement     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2007 - 02 Panic Room [Single]     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2008 - Schizophrenic Prayer [Single]     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2008 - Second Live Syndrome [live CD]     [part of "Reality Dream Trilogy", 2011]
- 2009 - Anno Domini High Definition
- 2011 - Memories In My Head [EP]
- 2013 - Shrine Of New Generation Slaves
- 2015 - Love, Fear And The Time Machine
- 2016 - Eye Of The Soundscape

Romeo, Michael (United States)
- 2018 - War Of The Worlds, Part 1

RPWL (Germany)
- 2005 - World Through My Eyes

Rudess, Jordan (United States)
- 2019 - Wired For Madness

Rush (Canada)
- 1989 - Presto     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 1991 - Roll The Bones     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 1993 - Counterparts     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 1996 - Test For Echo     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 2002 - Vapor Trails (Remixed)     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 2004 - Feedback [EP]     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 2007 - Snakes And Arrows     [part of "The Studio Albums 1989-2007", 2013]
- 2012 - Clockwork Angels

Satellite (Poland)
- 2005 - Evening Games

Satriani, Joe (United States)
- 2010 - Black Swans And Wormhole Wizards

Sea Within, The (Germany, United States, Sweden)
- 2018 - The Sea Within

Sfogli, Marco (Italy)
- 2008 - There's Hope

Shadowland (England)
- 1992 - Ring Of Roses
- 1994 - Through The Looking Glass
- 1996 - Mad As A Hatter
- 2009 - Edge Of Night [live CD/DVD]

Sigur Rós (Iceland)
- 2005 - Takk...

Silhouette (Netherlands)
- 2009 - Moods

Smith, Michael W. (United States)
- 2000 - Freedom

Solar (England)
- 2003 - Dark Places

Solas (United States)
- 2003 - Another Day
- 2005 - Waiting For An Echo

Sons Of Apollo (United States)
- 2017 - Psychotic Symphony

Soule, Jeremy (United States)
- 2011 - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim [OST]

Sound Of Contact (England, United States)
- 2013 - Dimensionaut

Southern Empire (Australia)
- 2018 - Civilisation

Spock's Beard (United States)
- 1995 - The Light
- 1996 - Beware Of Darkness
- 1998 - The Kindness Of Strangers
- 1999 - Day For Night
- 1999 - Skin [Single]
- 2000 - V
- 2001 - All On A Sunday [Single]
- 2002 - Snow
- 2003 - Feel Euphoria
- 2005 - Octane
- 2006 - Spock's Beard
- 2010 - X
- 2013 - Brief Nocturnes And Dreamless Sleep
- 2015 - The Oblivion Particle
- 2015 - The First Twenty Years
- 2017 - Snow Live (Morsefest! 2016) [live Blu-ray]
- 2018 - Noise Floor

Squackett (England)
- 2012 - A Life Within A Day

St. James, Rebecca (United States)
- 2005 - If I Had One Chance To Tell You Something

Star One (Netherlands)
- 2002 - Space Metal
- 2010 - Victims Of A Modern Age

Stiltskin (Scotland, Germany)
- 2006 - She
- 2011 - Unfulfillment

Stolt, Roine (Sweden)
- 1979 - Fantasia
- 1994 - The Flower King
- 1998 - Hydrophonia
- 2005 - Wall Street Voodoo
- 2018 - Manifesto Of An Alchemist

Storm Corrosion (England, Sweden)
- 2012 - Storm Corrosion

Strangers On A Train (England)
- 1990 - The Key, Part 1: The Prophecy
- 1993 - The Key, Part 2: The Labyrinth

Stream Of Passion (Netherlands)
- 2005 - Embrace The Storm

Subsignal (Germany)
- 2013 - Paraíso
- 2015 - The Beacons Of Somewhere Sometime
- 2018 - La Muerta

Sylvan (Germany)
- 2006 - Posthumous Silence
- 2007 - Presets
- 2015 - Home

Symphony X (United States)
- 2000 - V: The New Mythology Suite
- 2007 - Paradise Lost
- 2015 - Underworld

Tabor, Ty (United States)
- 1998 - I Do [Single]

Tangent, The (England, France, Sweden)
- 2003 - The Music That Died Alone
- 2004 - The World That We Drive Through
- 2006 - A Place In The Queue
- 2008 - Not As Good As The Book
- 2009 - A Place On The Shelf
- 2009 - Down And Out In Paris And London
- 2011 - COMM
- 2013 - Le Sacre Du Travail
- 2015 - A Spark In The Aether (The Music That Died Alone, Part 2)
- 2017 - The Slow Rust Of Forgotten Machinery

Tangerine Dream (Germany)
- 1977 - Encore     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1979 - Force Majeure     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1980 - Tangram     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1981 - Exit     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1982 - White Eagle     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1982 - Logos [Live cd]     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 1983 - Hyperborea     [part of "The Virgin Years 1977-1983", 2012]
- 2017 - Quantum Gate

Thank You Scientist (United States)
- 2016 - Stranger Heads Prevail

Threshold (England)
- 2001 - Hypothetical
- 2004 - Subsurface
- 2004 - Replica [Fanclub Release]
- 2007 - Dead Reckoning
- 2012 - March Of Progress
- 2014 - For The Journey
- 2017 - Legends Of The Shires

Tiger Moth Tales (England)
- 2014 - Cocoon
- 2015 - Story Tellers, Part One
- 2017 - The Depths Of Winter
- 2018 - Story Tellers, Part Two

Tillison, Andy (England)
- 2014 - Electric Sinfonia 2

Townsend, Devin (Canada)
- 1997 - Ocean Machine: Biomech     [part of "Discovering Devin Townsend", 2016]
- 1998 - Infinity     [part of "Discovering Devin Townsend", 2016]
- 2000 - Physicist     [part of "Discovering Devin Townsend", 2016]
- 2001 - Terria     (two copies)     [part of "Discovering Devin Townsend", 2016]
- 2003 - Accelerated Evolution     [part of "Discovering Devin Townsend", 2016]
- 2006 - Synchestra
- 2007 - Ziltoid The Omniscient
- 2009 - Ki
- 2009 - Addicted
- 2011 - Deconstruction
- 2011 - Ghost
- 2012 - Epicloud
- 2014 - Z²
- 2019 - Empath

Transatlantic (England, United States, Sweden)
- 2000 - SMPTe
- 2001 - Bridge Across Forever
- 2003 - Live In Europe [live DVD]
- 2009 - The Whirlwind
- 2010 - Whirld Tour 2010: Live In London [live CD/DVD]
- 2014 - Kaleidoscope
- 2014 - KaLIVEoscope [live CD/Blu-ray]

Umphrey's McGee (United States)
- 2018 - It's Not Us

Urbane, The (England)
- 1999 - Neon
- 2003 - Glitter

Vangelis (Greece)
- 1976 - Albedo 0.39
- 1977 - Spiral
- 1978 - Beaubourg
- 1979 - Odes (with Irene Papas)
- 1981 - Chariots Of Fire [OST]
- 1982 - Blade Runner [OST]
- 1983 - Antarctica [OST]
- 1992 - 1492: Conquest Of Paradise [OST]
- 1995 - Voices
- 1996 - Oceanic
- 1998 - El Greco
- 2001 - Mythodea - Music For The NASA Mission: 2001 Mars Odyssey
- 2004 - Alexander [OST]
- 2007 - El Greco [OST]
- 2016 - Rosetta
- 2019 - Nocturne (The Piano Album)

Wakeman, Rick (England)
- 1973 - The Six Wives Of Henry VIII
- 2012 - Journey To The Centre Of The Earth

Wilson, Ray (Scotland)
- 2003 - Change
- 2004 - The Next Best Thing
- 2005 - Live [live CD]
- 2006 - An Audience And Ray Wilson [live CD]
- 2009 - Propaganda Man
- 2011 - Genesis Classic - Live In Poznan [live CD/DVD]
- 2013 - Chasing Rainbows
- 2014 - Genesis Vs Stiltskin: 20 Years And More
- 2016 - Song For A Friend
- 2016 - Makes Me Think Of Home

Wilson, Steven (England)
- 2008 - Insurgentes
- 2011 - Grace For Drowning
- 2013 - The Raven That Refused To Sing (And Other Stories)
- 2014 - Cover Version
- 2015 - Hand Cannot Erase
- 2016 - 4½
- 2017 - To The Bone

Yes (England)
- 1969 - Yes
- 1970 - Time And A Word
- 1971 - The Yes Album
- 1971 - Fragile
- 1972 - Close To The Edge
- 1973 - Tales From Topographic Oceans
- 1974 - Relayer
- 1977 - Going For The One
- 1978 - Tormato
- 1980 - Drama
- 1983 - 90125
- 1987 - Big Generator
- 1994 - Talk     [part of "Essentially Yes", 2006]
- 1996 - Keys To Ascension [live CD]     [part of "Keys Of Ascension I & II + DVD", 2010]
- 1997 - Keys To Ascension 2 [live CD]     [part of "Keys Of Ascension I & II + DVD", 2010]
- 1997 - Open Your Eyes     [part of "Essentially Yes", 2006]
- 1999 - The Ladder     [part of "Essentially Yes", 2006]
- 2000 - Keys To Ascension [live DVD]     [part of "Keys Of Ascension I & II + DVD", 2010]
- 2001 - Magnification     [part of "Essentially Yes", 2006]
- 2006 - Live At Montreux 2003 [Single Disc Version] [live CD]     [part of "Essentially Yes", 2006]
- 2011 - Fly From Here
- 2014 - Heaven & Earth

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- iO Pages Tenth Anniversary Compilation
- Kscope - Post-Progressive Sounds
- Festival Music featuring artists from the Festival Music label
- iO Pages - 100 celebratiOn [DVD]
- Snowstar Records: Compilation
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2005-12-20, 11:48:38
That's more than I had when I was 18 ;) (And better music...)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Smegal on Fri, 2006-01-13, 16:23:53
I can't help but notice you don't have the 'Contagion' album which is second to nun
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Fri, 2006-01-13, 19:48:40
I can't help but notice you don't have the 'Contagion' album which is second to nun
PH already said in another topic he still needs to buy a few Arena albums. Ain't it a shame?
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2006-01-13, 20:44:48
PH already said in another topic he still needs to buy a few Arena albums. Ain't it a shame?
Yeah lol I know! ;D

Next on my list is (in that order):
- Arena - Contagion (The Max)
- Marillion - Anoraknophobia
- Arena - Songs of the Lion's Cage
- Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
- Arena - Pride
- Some Arena related artist like The Urbane, Solar, Nolan & Wakeman and Landmarq maybe?
And then the rest.


Got a lot of things to do...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Fri, 2006-01-13, 21:15:41
Yeah lol I know! ;D

Next on my list is (in that order):
- Arena - Contagion (The Max)
...


Hey, that's on my list too>  :) But it seems to be hard to find.  :(

 ;)

MAD.

Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Peter on Fri, 2006-01-13, 21:24:56
Quote
But it seems to be hard to find.  :(

yeah, kind of.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2006-01-13, 22:25:54
Yeah, I wonder when it will be released...
I hope before summer.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2006-01-24, 22:01:15
Yeah lol I know! ;D

Next on my list is (in that order):
- Arena - Contagion (The Max)
- Marillion - Anoraknophobia
- Arena - Songs of the Lion's Cage
- Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
- Arena - Pride
- Some Arena related artist like The Urbane, Solar, Nolan & Wakeman and Landmarq maybe?
And then the rest.


Got a lot of things to do...

I think I'll have to change this a bit, now I want to buy some of Neal Morse's latest CD's first and some Ayreon (Into The Electric Castle is brilliant!)

So:
Next on my list is (in that order):
- Neal Morse - One (or/and '?')
- Arena - Contagion (The Max)
- Marillion - Anoraknophobia
- Ayreon - Into The Electric Castle
- Arena - Songs of the Lion's Cage
- Marillion - Misplaced Childhood
- Arena - Pride
- Some Arena related artist like The Urbane, Solar, Nolan & Wakeman and Landmarq maybe?
And then the rest.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2006-01-24, 22:05:27
and some Ayreon (Into The Electric Castle is brilliant!)
Duh ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2006-02-15, 21:10:44
I listened to some more music and the list goes on and on.

I now have to buy these too:

Dream Theater - Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory
Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
Threshold - Subsurface
Threshold - Replica
Definately the The Urbane albums and the N&W ones.



But that's absolutely too much albums for me to buy... So I have to spread it over the whole year...
Or you guys can donate some money over to me, that would be a lot quicker.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Peter on Thu, 2006-02-16, 09:58:51
But that's absolutely too much albums for me to buy... So I have to spread it over the whole year...
Or you guys can donate some money over to me, that would be a lot quicker.

Make an amazon wishlist and mail it to all your friends, family etc. so they know waht to give you on your next brithday, easter, x-mas, whatever... :)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2006-04-25, 16:49:38
EDIT:

- Neal Morse - ?
- Neal Morse - One (Special Edition)

They're mine! THEY'RE MINE!! MUHAHAHAHAHAAAAA!!!!

I like the references to the Bible in '?'.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2006-05-13, 17:03:13
OK, I added Neal Morse's Testimony (Special Edition), Dream Theater's Awake and OSI's Office Of Strategic Influence (Special Edition)

Dream Theater doesn't release any special editions eh?
Neither does Arena, however my Pepper's Ghost was a limited edition, but I don't know the difference...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2006-05-25, 21:44:01
I updated my list, now everybody can see that I actually listen to more bands than it looked like at first sight.

I still plan to make my CD's-I-own-list larger by adding some Marillion (Anoraknophobia), A.C.T (Last Epic), IQ (The Seventh House, Dark Matter), Frost (Milliontown), Landmarq (Anything with Tracy on it), Nolan & Wakeman (Both CD's), Shadowland (All three), Solar (Dark Places) and The Urbane (Both CD's and in the future all three of them)...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Cyborg-Frask on Fri, 2006-05-26, 11:58:54
Quote
I still plan to make my CD's-I-own-list larger by adding      ***endless list***
Hehehehe those are quite some albums your are planning to buy  ;)
Shall we donate our money now ?  :P ... It will be a worldwide action: "Help pH to buy some new great albums...giro 555" I think that will do the job  ;)

Hmm my list is really short acctually....But it will be quite larger very soon *horns* . I think i'm about to buy some more albums very soon
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2006-05-26, 23:21:02
Hehehehe those are quite some albums your are planning to buy  ;)
Shall we donate our money now ?  :P ... It will be a worldwide action: "Help pH to buy some new great albums...giro 555" I think that will do the job  ;)
Great idea! ;)

Hmm my list is really short acctually....But it will be quite larger very soon *horns* . I think i'm about to buy some more albums very soon

Why don't you already make a list in the Your Listening Profiles subforum (http://shattered-room.net/index.php?board=8.0)?
It doesn't have to be the CD's you own, just what you're listening to. ;)

I forgot to mention that Ayreon - The Human Equation was on my wishlist too, but it isn't anymore, 'cause I bought it just today for only 10 euros (w00t!!! *ola*)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2006-06-20, 14:46:40
The list is getting bigger and bigger.
Everytime when I go to buy a CD, I turn out to buy two.
Anyway, Blackfield - Blackfield and Dream Theater - Metropolis Pt 2: Scenes From A Memory added.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Cyborg-Frask on Tue, 2006-06-20, 22:22:46
Quote
Everytime when I go to buy a CD, I turn out to buy two.
Hehehe :D And if you wannna buy 20 CD's? will you end up with 40? :P

anyway...congrats with your expending collection  *horns* Some pretty nice albums you bought
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2006-07-13, 10:31:38
I've bought some new albums again! (Help!)
They are pretty amazing! (Please help me! It costed me 56,90 euros!)
I absolutely love my collection expanding! (My money is gone! Help me!)


Anyway, yesterday I bought OSI - Free (Special Edition) and Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence.

I need a psychiatrist...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Thu, 2006-07-13, 11:57:45
It costed me 56,90 euros!
OSI - Free (Special Edition)
Dream Theater - Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence.
I think you could have gotten those cheaper :o 56.90 is a lot!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2006-07-13, 11:59:18
I think you could have gotten those cheaper :o 56.90 is a lot!

Actually that was a mistake.
I also bought The Human Equation with it (for a friend).
Without The Human Equation it leaves OSI and DT for 46,90.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2006-07-30, 14:27:51
Alright I've bought something else...

When I was on holiday in a really small village (Gerolstein) I heard Ray Wilson will be playing in that small town!
Of course I went there and on the entrance I saw the Ray Wilson-poster and next to it was a doorbell with "Paco" written on it! (That's my name for anyone who don't know already (or didn't care))!

I had a wonderful evening (my dad also!), they played a lot of Genesis material and also his own stuff. I've gotten a strong sympathy for this man, he's great!

Anyway, I bought three CD's at the gig for only 30 euros. Namely: Ray Wilson Live, An Audience And Ray Wilson (Great acoustic live CD) and one of his Stiltskin band: She.

"She" is great, a great addition to my collection.

A week later I bought Milliontown (Frost) in Cologne!
That's also one hell of a CD, it's really really GREAT GREAT GREAT! Nice artwork also, thumbs up!

Oh yes, I had a nice holiday! ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2006-07-31, 21:25:55
A new EDIT here ("so fast already?" yes! ;D).

Yesterday I decided I really needed the Smoke & Mirrors Limited DVD, so I ordered it.
Along with Songs From The Lion's Cage, N&W's The Hound Of The Baskervilles and The Urbane's Neon.
I wonder when I'll get these! Anyone who knows?

Furthermore I went to a famous local Progstore in my town and next week I'll come back to get my Calling All Stations and two Ray Wilson albums (I love that guy (Ray Wilson that is... (Well... OK, also the shopkeeper, he's cool))).
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2006-08-07, 14:50:35
In reply to my last reply (ahum) I have bought the cd's I mentioned above!

So I added to the list:
Ray Wilson - Change (Special Edition)
Ray Wilson - The Next Best Thing
Genesis - Calling All Stations

And since I got my order last saturday I'll add those also:
Arena - Songs From The Lion's Cage
Arena - Smoke And Mirrors DVD (Limited Edition)
Nolan & Wakeman - The Hound Of The Baskervilles
The Urbane - Neon
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Mon, 2006-08-07, 14:55:49
Your list is getting pretty impressive! *horns*
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2006-08-07, 14:57:20
Your list is getting pretty impressive! *horns*
Thanks, I thought so too! ;D
Although, my wallet gets less impressive...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2006-09-05, 17:28:05
*Checks date of last addition*
7th of August....
Almost a month between then and now.

Anyway, my wallet and I went to the shop and the poor thing had to vomit some cash because I just NEEDED the Dream Theater Score DVD.
And then I bought the CD with it...

I hope my little wallet will ever forgive me, every once in the month that I feed him I take it away right before his eyes.
And after every CD/DVD I buy I feel guilty.

But I care for little Wallet, I promise (once again) that I won't buy anything this month!

Hey I've got a great idea! Let's make a deal! You guys (and girls) will sponsor me and give 1 euro a week. If I haven't bought anything between now and next month I'll double the amount and I'll give all the money to a charity fund!
If I have bought a CD/DVD before the 'deadline', I won't double it but (of course) still give it to a charity fund.
We only have to think of something that will help me not buying anything...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2006-09-05, 18:18:39
Here's another joke: Ok I will send you one euro every month! ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2006-09-08, 22:08:35
Hey, don't you get it?
I'm a do-gooder.

 ;)

If you're also, you should do so as said in my description! ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Sat, 2006-09-09, 10:45:02
I'm just plain evil *horns* ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2006-09-23, 18:33:59
Ahem... :-[

Ayreon's The Final Experiment (Special Edition) and Dream Theater's Images And Words added...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2006-10-05, 14:08:39
OK, I added some stuff today:

Genesis - And Then There Were Three
Pendragon - The Masquerade Overture
IQ - The Seventh House
IQ - Dark Matter
Transatlantic - Bridge Across Forever
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: funkster on Thu, 2006-10-05, 17:45:20
Great call with the IQ stuff PH , i have harvest of souls from Dark matter on now  :)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: johninblack on Mon, 2006-10-09, 14:26:43
Great call with the IQ stuff PH , i have harvest of souls from Dark matter on now  :)

i have that on in the car.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2006-11-19, 22:08:02
And I've added some more! ;D

Because I'm almost turning 19 (Tuesday) I got a present from my parents today! :)

Porcupine Tree - Stupid Dream (Expanded 2 Disc Edition)
Which comes with a DVD with 5.1 surround sound versions of the songs.
Problem is, it won't play the songs...
(I don't have a 5.1 surround set but it HAS to give SOME sound, or what?)

Anyway, the music is nice whatsoever. ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: funkster on Tue, 2006-12-19, 17:06:44
I missed your birthday by a bit mate  :-[ but glad you got a cool CD

The Pendragon one is excellent isnt it and once agaion i cannot recomend Tinyfish enough
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2006-12-21, 11:33:00
Kaipa - Kaipa
Kaipa - Inget Nytt Under Solen
Kaipa - Solo
Kaipa - Notes From The Past
Kaipa - Keyholder
Kaipa - Mindrevolutions
Spock's Beard - Octane
Spock's Beard - Spock's Beard
Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere...
The Flower Kings - Paradox Hotel (for only 10,00 euros!!!)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Peter on Sun, 2006-12-24, 14:36:19
Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere...

Kewl, got that one, too. Experts at work.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2007-02-22, 10:58:45
Ok, it seems I forgot something to add.

A.C.T - Silence
and
Nolan & Wakeman - Jabberwocky (I have this one for four months already...)

Furthermore I've added some samplers.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2007-03-03, 22:29:02
I added:

Spock's Beard - Snow (Special Edition)
Neal Morse - Sola Scriptura
Pure Reason Revolution (2 CD Version)
Stream Of Passion (Special Edition + Bonus DVD)
Ryo Okumoto - Winners Of The Heart (Single)


After 16 March you can expect more here! ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2007-05-13, 19:17:40
That was a very impressive list, PH, I really must say. Already beforehand, I had experienced that you know a lot about rock (out with one of my rare compliments, so enjoy it fully for a moment).

You think you could cut the list down to 20 groups, maybe even with fave albums ( ), in a provisionally prioritised order?

Thanks beforehand (and a cold beer from me next time (let's see, how many do we have on the list now?)), Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2007-05-13, 20:19:35
Thanks for the compliment!
Sure Nicky! I will make a top 20 of favourite bands with their best albums in my opinion.
But it would change every time! ;D

But here I go!

1. Arena ("Contagion". "Pepper's Ghost" and "The Visitor" share a second place, but to be honest I love all the albums and this is a temporary order of albums)
2. Genesis ("Selling England By The Pound" followed by either "Wind and Wuthering", "A Trick Of The Tail" or "Foxtrot")
3. Dream Theater ("Octavarium", followed by "Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence" and then "Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory")
4. Neal Morse (The whole catalog in backward order starting with "Sola Scriptura")
5. Porcupine Tree ("Fear Of A Blank Planet", then either "Deadwing" or "In Absentia", then either "Stupid Dream" or "The Sky Moves Sideways")
6. Kino ("Picture")
7. Frost ("Milliontown")
8. Ayreon ("The Human Equation")
9. Transatlantic ("A Bridge Across Forever")
10. A.C.T ("Last Epic", closely followed by "Silence")
11. Threshold ("Dead Reckoning")
12. Spock's Beard (Either "Spock's Beard" or "Octane" and then "Snow")
13. Nolan & Wakeman ("The Hound Of The Baskervilles" very quickly followed by "Jabberwocky")
14. IQ ("The Seventh House" and then "Dark Matter")
15. Muse ("Absolution")
16. Shadowland ("Ring Of Roses")
17. Pendragon ("The Maquerade Overture")
18. Blackfield ("Blackfield II")
19. Pure Reason Revolution ("The Dark Third")
20. OSI ("Free")

21. Satellite ("Evening Games")
(Just for the sake of it)

Looking back on that list I'm not really happy with it, 'cause I love them all actually.

Just take the top 5 of it and it's better, the rest is more equally.
But then I wouldn't do Kino and Frost justice.
Maybe a top 7 or so...

I dunno, don't really like top lists. ;) ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2007-05-14, 09:55:51
That _is_ a very impressive list, PH. I'm particularly impressed because of your tender age (ooh, too many compliments, I'm already beginning to feel ill).

Some of the groups, I don't know that well (Ayreon, Nolan & Wakeman, Shadowland, Pendragon, Pure Reason Revolution, OSI), but this gives me extra motivation to get to know them better.

On the other hand, I'm missing some of the GOPs (Grand Old Prog groups), but it's understandable that they haven't (yet) arrived on your list, as you didn't grow up with them, as I did. These are particularly Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Led Zeppelin. (I know that many would not characterise Beatles as a prog group, but in my eyes, they're one of the most prog, as they started the whole rock project (Elvis and Cliff weren't yet rock).) It could seem surprising that Genesis made it to your list (even on top, which they certainly merit), and not the other three, but my guess is that you haven't yet listened taht much to the latter.

Floyd being one of the major influences of Arena (arguably _the_), I would think that they would be an obvious choice for you. I consider all their studio albums to be masterpieces (apart from the film soundtracks), but Atom Heart Mother, Meddle, Dark Side, Wish You Were here, and The Wall, are in my eyes the most lasting.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2007-05-14, 11:24:44
Thanks Nicky!
Pink Floyd is very good too, I just need to delve deeper into it's music, instead of discovering new bands. :D

And if you like Arena (and you do!) you NEEEEEEEED to listen to Nolan & Wakeman and Shadowland.
N&W is some sort of Ayreon (but you haven't listened to Ayreon yet, bugger...), it has Clive Nolan and Oliver (son of) Wakeman on keyboards. A lot of guest appearances, but Tracy Hitchings and Bob Catley are on both recordings.
If I'm not mistaken a third album is on the way (could be a while before release though) about Frankenstein(?).

Shadowland is Clive Nolan on keyboards AND VOCALS!!! Karl Groom on guitar. Ian Salmon on Bass.
To me it sounds like Arena Light. Arena No Sugar. Arena No Bubbles. It's Arena but in a stripped way.
You will like it I think.

Ayreon is Rock Opera. A whole lot of famous and favourite guest appearances (Fish (vocals), Damian Wilson (vocals), Clive Nolan (Keyboards), James LaBrie (vocals), Mikael Ackerfeldt (vocals))

Pure Reason Revolution is like Porcupine Tree (I think). Also some Pink Floyd influences. Overall, very clever music, a young band with a lot of talent, I'm very curious about a new release!

OSI is Kevin Moore, Mike Portnoy and Fates Warning guitarist, forgot his name. Guest appearance by Steven Wilson on the first release.
A lot say that the first is better than the second, but I like the second album more.
This band is heavily (heavenly) Moore influenced. Don't search for Dream Theater here.

Pendragon is like Marillion, with a mix of Arena (Nolan on keyboards) and the singer (which is Nick Barrett the guitarist) has a very clean and neat voice!


Check them out! ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2007-05-14, 15:58:36
> And if you like Arena (and you do!) you NEEEEEEEED to listen to Nolan & Wakeman and Shadowland.

I've ordered Jabberwocky. What can you recommend of Shadowland?


> but you haven't listened to Ayreon yet

Nope, but Human Equation is on its way from Amazon. I was long reserved about Ayreon, as I'm usually not so hot on groups where people come and go a lot. (But I guess with all you Flying Dutchmen in the Room, I gotta get to know Ayreon.)


> Pure Reason Revolution ....

Got em noted now.

Thanks for the other tips too.


I've just listened to Kamelot's Black Halo, but Kamelot don't do much for me. Not like SyX, who I really enjoy. It's funny, they're often compared, but I for me there's a world of a difference, SyX have that special: magic.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2007-05-14, 16:19:49
I've ordered Jabberwocky. What can you recommend of Shadowland?
Well... all three of them!
But I think you better start with the first one which I think is the best: Ring Of Roses.
Maybe it's totally not your cup of tea, it has some pop influences and it's... well... I cannot really tell... But I like it anyway. Maybe you should hear some samples first.

And Jabberwocky is good! But if you don't like it, try The Hound Of The Baskervilles, it's heavier, a bit less "romantic", more depressive and aggressive.
And if you do like Jabberwocky, try The Hound too, you won't be disappointed anyway!

Nope, but Human Equation is on its way from Amazon. I was long reserved about Ayreon, as I'm usually not so hot on groups where people come and go a lot. (But I guess with all you Flying Dutchmen in the Room, I gotta get to know Ayreon.)

Ayreon is all about coming and going of people, but it's all centered around one man: the genius Arjen Anthony Lucassen. Somehow there's a certain atmosphere that every Ayreon album has. So, although every album's got other people on it, but it sounds strangely the same (same quality etc) as the other albums.

I've just listened to Kamelot's Black Halo, but Kamelot don't do much for me. Not like SyX, who I really enjoy. It's funny, they're often compared, but I for me there's a world of a difference, SyX have that special: magic.

I agree totally! ;D Symphony X is soo much better. I especially like those segues in between songs. They're brilliant and of high quality. And the songs itself are of course also brilliant!
Have you heard the solo album of Michael Pinella? The keyboard player of Symphony X? I think it's genius!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Mon, 2007-05-14, 20:48:47

Nope, but Human Equation is on its way from Amazon. I was long reserved about Ayreon, as I'm usually not so hot on groups where people come and go a lot. (But I guess with all you Flying Dutchmen in the Room, I gotta get to know Ayreon.)


You definitely should give Ayreon a long try, nicky. I'm not really objective but it's marvellous.  :D

And not only because he's Dutch.  ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Tue, 2007-05-15, 11:09:53
For Ayreon, considering Nicky tastes, I would go with Into the Electric Castle first.

For Shadowland, I only know Ring of Roses and Through the Looking Glass but I consider the former much better, including a GREAT song : Jigsaw. Plus, TTLG reminds me of the worst album of my favorite band (hello Teunis, are you there ?).  >:(

But all of you, and PH first, should go and listen to The Reasoning right now !!!  *horns*
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Teunis on Tue, 2007-05-15, 18:21:53
Plus, TTLG reminds me of the worst album of my favorite band (hello Teunis, are you there ?).  >:(
Yes, I'm here, why did you wake me up?  ;) I totolly agree here  ;D.

ITEC is a good start for Ayreon indeed, it was also my first Ayreon album, now I own them all  *horns*

The Reasoning? I will check them out.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2007-05-15, 20:30:28
I'm not really objective but it's marvellous.  :D
Even when you're objective, it's still marvelous! *horns*
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2007-05-29, 10:17:46
PH, I just noted that you have Landmarq in your CD collection. I like Tracy's voice on Jabberwocky. What are Landmarq like? Can you recom anything by them?

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-05-29, 19:08:55
Well... to be honest I've only heard the live album Thunderstruck, which is indeed a very good album!!
Recommended! (I think it's very close to Arena)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2007-06-11, 13:48:44
I saw that I didn't update my list lately, so let's update it again.
This is added to my collection since end February.

- Today's Report (Special Edition)
- Imaginary Friends (Special Edition)
- Last Epic (Special Edition)
- Blackfield II
- Train Of Thought
- Systematic Chaos (Special Edition)
- Fear Of A Blank Planet
- Misplaced Childhood (2 CD Version)
- Anoraknophobia


I can tell you, more will be added soon as I have a shopping list ready to send in to InsideOut! 8)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Mon, 2007-06-11, 18:00:52
Some heavy stuff there ph, I always thought you were more a progger than a metalhead :)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2007-06-11, 20:27:21
Some heavy stuff there ph, I always thought you were more a progger than a metalhead :)

You're aiming on Train Of Thought and Systematic Chaos?

Dude, it's Dream Theater! :D

ToT is indeed very heavy. Sometimes even too heavy for me I think. But I can appreciate the fine moments on that disc too! *horns*
Systematic Chaos is not really that much of a heavy metal album, honestly. True, it has its heavy moments but there's a good bulk of symphonic candy on it!!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Mon, 2007-06-11, 22:14:56
You're aiming on Train Of Thought and Systematic Chaos?

Dude, it's Dream Theater! :D

ToT is indeed very heavy. Sometimes even too heavy for me I think. But I can appreciate the fine moments on that disc too! *horns*
Systematic Chaos is not really that much of a heavy metal album, honestly. True, it has its heavy moments but there's a good bulk of symphonic candy on it!!

Hear hear.  :D

*agrees.  ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Mon, 2007-06-11, 22:50:58
I think the young lad is getting the hang of it :)

*feels proud*
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2007-06-11, 22:57:59
By the way, I've also deleted my listenings profile list (it was way too long) and what remains is my CD list.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2007-06-11, 23:41:32
PH, people are calling you heavy, but to be real heavy prog, you need (beside DT & Threshold) stuff like Redemption, Zero Hour, Steve Vai, Michael Harris, Thought Chamber, Tool, Aghora, all top notch.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-06-12, 07:47:46
PH, people are calling you heavy, but to be real heavy prog, you need (beside DT & Threshold) stuff like Redemption, Zero Hour, Steve Vai, Michael Harris, Thought Chamber, Tool, Aghora, all top notch.

Nicky.

Well, I tried Tool once, but that was surely too heavy for my liking.
But I will try the rest (some previews of Thought Chamber were very good!).
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2007-06-12, 11:47:14
Well, I tried Tool once, but that was surely too heavy for my liking.

Tool are very prog, and their music has many different moods, i.a. a very Floydian mood that I like e.g. on tracks 3 & 4 on 10,000 Days. But there's a heap of stuff that goes into a Tool album.

> ... some previews of Thought Chamber were very good! ....

Angular Perceptions has become a cult record, and that's well deserved: It's great. I'm not much of a fan of Enchant (they lack"melody") but Ted Leonard is real fine on this one.

Aghora are still rather unknown on this side of the Atlantic. They have arisen out of the Florida scene, and have combined their instrumental and vocal proficiencies with a strong dose of Hinduism, resulting in some very special moods. They're programmed to play at ProgPower Europe, and as they're really into it currently, I'm sure their concert will be a blowout.

Nicky.

Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Tue, 2007-06-12, 19:30:08
Well, I tried Tool once, but that was surely too heavy for my liking.
But I will try the rest (some previews of Thought Chamber were very good!).

If you find Tool too heavy then maybe you should give Dead Soul Tribe a try. A bit softer than Tool but very good indeed.

Just a suggestion.  :) ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Tue, 2007-06-12, 19:35:10
Too me DST is also very heavy, big wall of sound. I saw them live when they toured with Threshold, and I wasn't very impressed. I also got the album " January Tree"  (or something like that) and I feel the same: Big wall of sound, too loud, not enough melody and variaty in the songs. Compared to Opeth, another "hard & loud"  band that is. Opeth has some very cool acoustic parts in their songs, and the occasional ballad, and their sound is very original.

But it's all a matter of taste anyway  :)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2007-06-15, 15:15:23
I'll try them all.
But: Try before you buy! ;)

Today my CDs I ordered were delivered! Yahoo!!

I added to the list:
RPWL - World Through My Eyes (Special Edition)
Solar - Dark Places
The Tangent - The World That We Drive Through (Special Edition)
Neal Morse - Testimony Live (2 DVD)     -- THE BEST LIVE DVD I'VE EVER SEEN!!! --
Kaipa - Angling Feelings
The Jelly Jam - The Jelly Jam     -- don't know this album but it was just 4,99 euro and John Myung plays on it, so this is the first I'm gonna play now. --

Oh, I also got a free single with my order just like the last time (Ryo Okumoto).
This time it was Spock's Beard's Skin. Haven't heard it either.

I also bought (but didn't add to the list) Happy The Man - The Muse Awakens, which I'll give my dad 'cos he liked the music very much.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2007-06-16, 17:34:51
I couldn't stop myself... :P ;D

Today I bought:
- Magic Pie - Motions Of Desire
- Magic Pie - Circus Of Life

I'm still waiting on my cds that I bought through Soundoo.com... >:(

Anyway, Magic Pie is brilliant!! *horns*
Every fan of Spock's Beard (and Neal Morse), Dream Theater, Kaipa (and The Flower Kings) should have heard this band, they're amazing!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-06-19, 12:03:34
I've added the years of release for each album, and the country of origin.
And I've made the name of the band/singers bold to make it all a bit more oversee-able. Or something like that, you know what I mean...

Sweden and UK dominate my collection, that's very interesting to see.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2007-06-19, 12:20:24
Interesting, PH.

Really impressive collection for a 19-year old.

However, I would say that you're definitely missing some great American music. As you don't seem to be so much into superheavy stuff like Zero Hour, I'll stick to less heavy, more melodious stuff: Redemption, Fates Warning, Stride, Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Chris Cornell, SyX, Rush, Psychotic Waltz, Steve Vai. These are all faves with me.

And how about focussing on some German groups? They're up to it too.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-06-19, 13:50:35
Interesting, PH.

Really impressive collection for a 19-year old.

Thanks! ;D Yup, I have the body of a 19-year old, the mind of a 40+, the heart of a child and I feel 65+...

However, I would say that you're definitely missing some great American music. As you don't seem to be so much into superheavy stuff like Zero Hour, I'll stick to less heavy, more melodious stuff: Redemption, Fates Warning, Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Chris Cornell, SyX, Rush, Psychotic Waltz, Steve Vai. These are all faves with me.

I've tried Redemption. But I guess I haven't tried hard enough. They have "it", you know. But today I'm much more in a soft mood, add a headache to it and you'll know that I can't listen to (the song on ProgArchives of) Redemption for more than a minute... I'll try later on though and I will check their website.

Fates Warning... Well I like the guitarwork of Jim Matheos on OSI. But Fates Warning's discography is very variated. You pick one album and it's heavy as an elephant, while the other is as progressive as... ehmmm... anyway... I need the time to dive into it. Maybe the albums with Kevin Moore first.

Stone Temple Pilots... NEVER heard of them. ;D Checking them now on Myspace, but to be honest I'm not really that impressed. But who knows...

Pearl Jam? Hmm... no.

Chris Cornell. Don't know him. But Myspace gives me some sort of singer-songwriter guy, with a nasal way of singing. Again, I'm not really impressed... :-\ Sorry.

SyX? You mean Symphony X? Or Styx? I really like Symphony X! V: The Mythology Suite is amazing! I still need to find it somewhere, it's a worthy addition to my collection. Is V their best effort? I've heard their new one, and it's ok too, but Russell Allen sounds so different on that one... Symphony X is an interesting band that I absolutely like.

The first thing I heard of Rush was Snakes & Arrows. I instantly liked it! So this band is on my "to do" list. My dad knows some good albums too and he will guide me through it. ;D Of course I need to hear the obvious albums like Moving Pictures and Hemispheres or something...

Psychotic Waltz, isn't that with Buddy Lackey a.k.a. Devon Graves? I like his work with Ayreon so much that I tried Psychotic Waltz, but the ugly cover paintings reminded me so much of the Heavy Metal in its truest form that I hestitated. I'm not sure about this band. What is their main vision? What do they want to express? Can you recommend me an album?

Steve Vai is a Petruccian guitar player eh? Hmm... Recommend me an album and I'll check it out.

And how about focussing on some German groups? They're up to it too.
Like?
Sylvan? Yeah... I don't know, I listened to some of it, and it certainly isn't bad. But still I just know that if I'd buy an album of Sylvan it would gather dust in my collection 'cause there's so much better things out there...
I like RPWL's World Through My Eyes and it's German! I've listened to Eloy and I liked it a bit. Everon is quite good too. Neuschwanstein is ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!! And I've heard some of Klaus Schulze, Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream. And they all had the good and the bad songs.


Thanks Nicky!!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2007-06-19, 15:07:58
PH, I forgot Stride earlier. They're definitely something for you. I placed a link to their song Imagine on YouTube under the thread "Best prog singers" a couple of weeks ago.

Then there's Michael Harris. He's made several excellent soloalbums, where he explores a multitude of different genres. His Orchestrate is fun, as he lays a foundation of an electronic symphony orchestra and lets his guitar play on top of that. Thought Chamber is Harris with Ted Leonard and the equally crazy bassist and drummer from Haji's Kitchen. They've put out Angular Perceptions, a masterpiece.

With Fates Warning, you simply have to get A Pleasant Shade Of Grey. This is a masterpiece that is just as necessary to a proggie as the Bible is to a Christian (and being both, you need both).

Re Stone Temple Pilots, I can recom "Tiny Music. Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop" as a starter. There are lots of nice songs on that'un, sort of Beatles with a grunge flavor.

Re Chris Cornell, he's one of the finest singers ever, but his voice first came to full expression on his first soloeffort, Euphoria Morning. The captain likes it, so that should be a good recom.

With Steve Vai, a good place to start is Fire Garden. You find everything there: great guitar playing, nice melodies, great rhythms, deep thoughts about life, fun, and a lot more. Steve has said that FG is his personal favorite. It probably is the most encompassing of his albums.

Pearl Jam are more of an acquired taste. Bare and honest music. I'm very fond of their most recent self-titled album.

Psychotic Waltz are a bit old now and rather suave, but their four albums are quite special and there's a lot of melody to be found. I like Bleeding a lot.

SyX is short for Symphony X. I see you know them well.

Re German music, well, as I already expressed here, Christ 0 easily tops everything krauty that I've heard, but I think Sylvan and RPWL are fine too, and several other German groups. They're definitely getting there.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Wed, 2007-06-20, 00:51:34
Steve Vai is a Petruccian guitar player eh?

The other way round: Vai is older than Petrucci and has influenced him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Petrucci

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2007-06-20, 08:01:55
The other way round: Vai is older than Petrucci and has influenced him.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Petrucci

Nicky.

I know ;D but Petrucci is more known to me and I like the word "Petruccian", it sounds better than "Vaian" or something...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Wed, 2007-06-20, 12:04:23
I've tried Redemption. But I guess I haven't tried hard enough. They have "it", you know.
 

PH, I can't quite guess what you mean by "it".

In any case, Redemption's Fullness Of Time (their second album) is a true masterpiece. Nick & Co. just got everything together in a real good way on that one, and Ray sings like he's gonna die tomorrow. Rather heavy to begin with, but once you're in, it's addictive. I had it on repeat for weeks.

Their first album, self-titled, and third, The Origins Of Ruin, are excellent too.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2007-06-21, 15:40:25
PH, I can't quite guess what you mean by "it".

Although I don't like them yet, I know that they have it. They have... well... they have it in them.
Don't know how I should make that more clear...

I wanted to know how much studio albums I have and from which year.

1969: 1
1973: 1
1974: 1
1975: 1
1976: 2
1978: 2
1985: 1
1992: 1
1994: 1
1995: 2
1996: 1
1997: 1
1998: 1
1999: 5
2000: 3
2001: 3
2002: 4
2003: 8
2004: 6
2005: 10
2006: 7
2007: 6

So for me it seems that my top 5 list of best prog years is as follows:
1. 2005 has given me 10 studio albums
2. 2003 has given me 8 studio albums
3. 2006 has given me 7 studio albums
4. 2004/2007 has given me 6 studio albums
5. 1999 has given me 5 studio albums

How many studio albums catogorized by country:
Sweden has given me 14 studio albums
UK has given me 32 studio albums
Netherlands has given me 3 studio albums
USA has given me 18 studio albums
Germany has given me 1 studio albums

1. United Kingdom (this is also Stiltskin (half UK half Germany), Blackfield (half UK half Israel), The Tangent (half UK half Sweden)
2. USA (this is also Transatlantic (half USA quarter UK quarter Sweden)
3. Sweden
4. Netherlands (this is also Stream Of Passion (half Netherlands half Mexico half Sweden)
5. Germany

So most of my albums come from the United Kingdom.

Prog is probably UK USA and Sweden 'cause nothing else comes even close.
Very interesting to see, if I say so myself. ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Thu, 2007-06-21, 17:04:06
Although I don't like them yet, I know that they have it. They have... well... they have it in them.
Don't know how I should make that more clear...

You shall now be redeemed. Amen.


> Prog is probably UK USA and Sweden 'cause nothing else comes even close. Very interesting to see, if I say so myself. ;D

Still, don't forget that this is very subjective.

Most of my fave active groups are American. For me, the Germans and Norwegians are on par with the Swedes, and my fave non-British&American album is Christ 0.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sat, 2007-06-30, 18:05:09
PH, just noticed that you're missing Duke in your list of Genesis CD's. That's my fave Genesis. Highly recom, of course.

Also saw you got Systematic Chaos. What do you think of it? Great stuff, huh?

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2007-07-18, 13:12:28
PH, just noticed that you're missing Duke in your list of Genesis CD's. That's my fave Genesis. Highly recom, of course.
I know Duke very well! ;)
I like that album very much indeed. In fact I love ALL Genesis albums. The problem is that I won't buy them 'till the remastered CDs (with the extras) come out. But I like the MP3s on my harddisk! :P ;D

Also saw you got Systematic Chaos. What do you think of it? Great stuff, huh?
Yeah, it's good. But I think I like Octavarium and Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence better.
This Systematic Chaos is somewhat like Train Of Thought... It's good, but a bit too dark and although it is there: not to much symphonic influence for my liking.

All in all: There's too much metal on it! ;D

But I think overall it's a very good CD and a worthy addition to my collection, absolutely! *horns*



Added to my list is Transatlantic's Live In Europe DVD.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2007-08-25, 19:43:47



Remember this?

Sylvan? Yeah... I don't know, I listened to some of it, and it certainly isn't bad. But still I just know that if I'd buy an album of Sylvan it would gather dust in my collection 'cause there's so much better things out there...



And this?

Don't know about Sylvan... I'll have to listen to it again I guess...



Well, what about this:

Today I bought my first Sylvan cd:
Presets

I like it very much!



I'm going to add this to my listening profile right away! *horns*
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Sun, 2007-08-26, 13:45:16

I'm going to add this to my listening profile right away! *horns*


Sure you will.  8)  :D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-09-25, 20:14:21
I added:

- Spock's Beard - V
Unfortunately no special edition... but on the website it says nothing about a special edition. In fact the album in itself is special enough. Amazing music. I'm very happy to add it to my ever growing collection. It costed me 12,99 euro.

- Marillion - Script For A Jester's Tear
This is the "24 Bit Digital Remaster Plus Bonus Disc" (Market Square Heroes and Grendel included!). The booklet is fine too. Lots of texts that I will read on a dark winter night with a mug of warm chocolate. I know the music itself already (of course, I would say......... some wouldn't approve, but.........), but that was kind of low quality. Too bad we don't get to hear Mick's side of the story in the booklet... Pete gets to say something, Mark too. And of course Uncle Fish talks. But Mick? No way... (8,99 euro)

- Steve Hackett - Voyage Of The Acolyte
I'm now listening to this. And I really like it. Now that I have it on CD, I'm gonna play it in the car with my parents in it. ;D My dad wouldn't mind that much I think. (7,99)

In total this costed me 29,95 euro!
;D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Sat, 2007-09-29, 16:36:46
I added:

- Spock's Beard - V
Unfortunately no special edition... but on the website it says nothing about a special edition. In fact the album in itself is special enough. Amazing music. I'm very happy to add it to my ever growing collection. It costed me 12,99 euro.



Since i happen to have the special edition i can tell you how special the special edition is.  ;)

-The artwork is better/prettier.
-There's a Documentary on it which can only been seen in your computer.
-There's an interview with the band members in it with some very nice background info.
-There's a short biography of each band member. You know, which artist influenced them, what kind of music they like.

Overall, a nice special edition but not one that shakes the earth.  ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-10-02, 17:35:34
Since i happen to have the special edition i can tell you how special the special edition is.  ;)

-The artwork is better/prettier.
-There's a Documentary on it which can only been seen in your computer.
-There's an interview with the band members in it with some very nice background info.
-There's a short biography of each band member. You know, which artist influenced them, what kind of music they like.

Overall, a nice special edition but not one that shakes the earth.  ;)

Well, in that case, it's kind of OK.
I think I need to get off with the idea that "special edition" is the best.

Anyway, today I bought some cds again.

- Hidria Spacefolk - Symetria
- The Tangent - A Place In The Queue (special edition ;))
- Sylvan - Posthumous Silence


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2007-10-23, 16:26:31
Added Falling Into Infinity (Dream Theater) to the list.
Also italicized the albums that aren't studio albums. (like DVDs, Live albums and singles/EPs)

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2007-12-06, 16:32:21
Universal Migrator added! 8)
Now I still need Actual Fantasy and Star One's Space Metal and Ambeon's Fate Of A Dreamer. (And of course 01011001!)
And I also want Steve Thorne's CD's and perhaps a few Magenta CD's and Satellite of course.
Too many wishes and not enough money. ;D

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Thu, 2007-12-06, 18:14:03
Universal Migrator added! 8)
Now I still need Actual Fantasy
Imo the least best Ayreon album. Arjen never wanted it to an Ayreon album, but the record company made him use the same name, because they wanted it to sell aswell as The Final Experiment.

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Star One's Space Metal and Ambeon's Fate Of A Dreamer.
Ooh, two opposites :) I would get those two before you get Actual Fantasy. Personally I don't really like Ambeon, but that's just because of the style of singing Astrid uses. Musically i's as solid as any other Arjen-album.
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Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2007-12-06, 19:38:20
Imo the least best Ayreon album. Arjen never wanted it to an Ayreon album, but the record company made him use the same name, because they wanted it to sell aswell as The Final Experiment.
Yeah, it also doesn't take part of the Ayreon story. A very interesting story by the way.

Ooh, two opposites :) I would get those two before you get Actual Fantasy. Personally I don't really like Ambeon, but that's just because of the style of singing Astrid uses. Musically i's as solid as any other Arjen-album.

Yeah I see what you mean. Astrid has a very nice voice, but the way she "breaths" the lyrics... if you know what I mean...


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Appelmoes?? on Thu, 2007-12-06, 23:42:18
No, it's not that. It's the "R&B" kind of thingy, where she "heeheeeeheeheeeheeeeeee" sort of sings. If that makes sence... ???
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2007-12-07, 07:30:41
That's what I meant actually. You put it clearly better than I! :D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Gwaihir on Sun, 2008-01-06, 06:16:30
Hi there !

I'm from Norway and I see that you've listed Magic Pie as from Sweeden, but they're from Norway.
Otherwise I have much the same cd's that you have, but I can recomend :

Castanarc - All albums but start with "Journey to the east"
IQ - Subterranea,  The wake
Flower Kings - Retropolis, Welcome to the world of adventures
Jadis - More than meets the eye
Threshold - Hypothetical
Big Big Train - Bard

best regards gwaihir
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2008-01-06, 19:55:54
I'm from Norway and I see that you've listed Magic Pie as from Sweeden, but they're from Norway.

Bwah! I see you're right! How stupid of me! Of course they're from Norway. It's just that there's so much coming from Sweden...

Otherwise I have much the same cd's that you have, but I can recomend :

Castanarc - All albums but start with "Journey to the east"
Never heard of them! :) What are they like?

IQ - Subterranea,  The wake
Yeah, I guess I need them eh? It's Progressive Monuments.

Flower Kings - Retropolis, Welcome to the world of adventures
I actually don't really like The Flower Kings that much... Paradox Hotel is one of the purchases I most regret... But I've heard Roine's solo album (The Flower King) and that's actually quite good! So if Retropolis and Welcome To The World Of Adventures sound more like The Flower King, I might check them out!

Jadis - More than meets the eye
I think so yes... Never had the time to check them out. It's one of the smaller great bands if you wish. :D

Threshold - Hypothetical
Definately! But after I got my hands on Subsurface! ;)

Big Big Train - Bard
So how's that new album then? The 2007 album I mean. Of course I will give them a try. Heard so much good things about them recently.

Thanks for the recommendations Gwaihir! I appreciate it!
It would be cool if you could give a bit in depth information about the recommended albums. Why do you recommend them?

Furthermore I wish you a warm welcome and I hope you'll stay with us here in the room. Most of us are a nice bunch of people. Some are... a bit... strange... But nice too. ;)

Bye

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2008-01-22, 18:01:42
Blackfield - NYC: Blackfield Live In New York City DVD added!

I won this in a competition on DPRP.net ;D

I also edited the first page. Now a shopping list is added. The list is somewhat short at the moment, because I cannot remember all that I want to buy...
01011001, Star One and Subsurface are "on order", which means I will get them at the end of January! ;D

Bye
-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2008-02-09, 14:13:12
Yippee!!

Ritual - The Hemulic Voluntary Band
Solas - Another Day
Solas - Waiting For An Echo

They arrived today!
Gonna play "Another Day" right now! ;)


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-02-28, 12:36:30
I just heard about the competition between Nicky and myself, so I better get this one going.

I did an edit on the first page of my Listening Profile.
You can see I made a shopping list.
1st grade, 2nd grade and 3rd grade.
1st grade is the most high on my shopping list and 3rd is (obviously) the lowest on my shopping list.
Of course there may be some shifting between the three grades.

Anyway, I put Porcupine Tree's "The Sky Moves Sideways" on my shopping list, 1st grade. Because it's so awesome! 8)
And some others, but you have to look at it yourself. Perhaps you can give me recommendations?


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Fri, 2008-02-29, 11:05:58
Perhaps you can give me recommendations?

OK, I'l give you a hand here then, Paco  ;D

Since you're so Nordic oriented, how about Winterstrain, Circus Maximus, Beardfish, Seventh Wonder, and Katatonia ?

And I still think that Eleven and Chris Cornell would fall in your taste.

And Ten, of course ...... but I guess there's something seriously wrong with them, which I havent yet perceived, so I continue to live with the illusion that they're one of the greatest bands around ...... ::)

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Fri, 2008-02-29, 11:25:37
Don't listen to him. He's delirious.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Fri, 2008-02-29, 11:58:08
Yeah, I know that Winterstrain are f*d up

.........................................

but in a great way  *horns*

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-03-06, 16:37:51
Winterstrain, yeah...
I still need to check that one out.

Today I bought:
- Ayreon - Actual Fantasy (Revisited)
- Amaran's Plight - Voice In The Light

Sooo good! ;D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-04-17, 20:33:30
Yes! My Fish era Marillion is complete! ;D

Marillion's 1987 - Clutching At Straws (2 CD Version) is added to the list! You can congratulate me now.

I see that the second disc is filled to the brim with previously unreleased material. Is it good?
Wow, I'm excited! I'm gonna play this one soon! 8)

But not now, because I also bought:

The Tangent's 2008 - Not As Good As The Book (Special Edition).
In the bus on the way home I read a part from the novel and it was so funny. I'm sure some fellow-travellers have been looking at me like "Why is he smiling? What's so funny? What is he reading?".
I'll quote a bit, but before that, let me tell you that the main protagonist is Dave. He is going to his favourite record shop "Virgin Records":

His wife would never know. As far as she was concerned, he was at work and that was it. The trouble was that a friend of the family had started to work recently at the local Border's bookshop where he had normally bought (and subsequently sneaked into his collection) a CD.... ('Oh - I've had that for years,') and he didn't want reports of his illegal buying activities causing embarrassing pauses at any forthcoming soirees or nights at the pub.

So brilliant! ;D
And it only gets better and better! ;D
Sometimes very recognizable, things like repairing a CD shelf etc. etc. This man lives for his music collection it seems. And that he only listens to his favourite music in the car or on his computer, while downstairs he has the best of the best HIFI system one can dream of. But he's got a family and they don't like his music.
Hahaha! This book is written for a prog fan! There are so many things that you will remind you of your own self! :D
And I'm only just in the second chapter!!

Now to complete my collection, I only need "The Music That Died Alone".

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Fri, 2008-04-18, 10:15:02
Yes! My Fish era Marillion is complete! ;D

Marillion's 1987 - Clutching At Straws (2 CD Version) is added to the list! You can congratulate me now.

I see that the second disc is filled to the brim with previously unreleased material. Is it good?
Wow, I'm excited! I'm gonna play this one soon! 8)

I only have the original 1-CD version and it's, what can I say, so moving ...

"Blame it on me, you can blame it on me ..." Those words strike me so hard at times  :'(
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2008-04-18, 10:24:20
Yeah, Sugar Mice.
I heard the song first at the Kino gig on 10th december 2005.
Everybody was singing along and it was obvious that it was a song that's close to many people's hearts. At that moment I didn't know about it though.

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Fri, 2008-04-18, 10:32:58
Yeah, Sugar Mice.
I heard the song first at the Kino gig on 10th december 2005.
Everybody was singing along and it was obvious that it was a song that's close to many people's hearts. At that moment I didn't know about it though.

-Paco

You saw Kino, you met Pete Trewavas, you won at an Ayreon game, you are a lucky young man, PH.  ;)

I didn't know that Kino played Sugar Mice at their gigs. Shouldn't say that but I'd love to have a good bootleg of it ...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2008-04-29, 23:40:15
My listening profile is in alphabetical order too! :P
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2008-04-29, 23:42:02
You saw Kino, you met Pete Trewavas, you won at an Ayreon game, you are a lucky young man, PH.  ;)
Don't forget the Blackfield DVD.
Yes, I realise that I got a bit of luck here and there. Let's hope that Kino will bring out another CD and then we can consider us all very lucky!

I didn't know that Kino played Sugar Mice at their gigs. Shouldn't say that but I'd love to have a good bootleg of it ...
Yeah... me too... :-\

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Wed, 2008-04-30, 08:23:28
My listening profile is in alphabetical order too! :P

Great !  Our names are in alphabetical order too - mine's first  *horns*

A little handout to you, Paxi  :-*

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Fri, 2008-06-06, 22:50:37
Still no Yes?
 :o

Still no Pink Floyd?
 :o
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-07-10, 13:03:01
Ok, I added Marillion's "Season's End", which is a brilliant album!! I already love it!
I think it's my favourite Marillion album at the moment.

My Marillion collection is growing...
Next on the Marillion list are "Holidays In Eden", "Brave" and "Afraid Of Sunlight".

And I also added both Liquid Tension Experiment albums. ;D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Sat, 2008-07-12, 00:20:02
You're on to a good thing. Seasons End is about as fantastic as an album could ever get.

If you're into lyrics, you have aquired one of the purest gems I've ever encountered. I always used to say it was an album full of "once-in-a-lifetime" lyrics. By that I mean lyrics so good any lyricist can only expect to write one such throughout his career. The single's lyrics are clever and better than most singles, but perhaps no sensation. The rest, however, is.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2008-07-12, 12:05:16
You're on to a good thing. Seasons End is about as fantastic as an album could ever get.

Indeed. I don't care whatever people have to say about H era Marillion, I really like this album!
The Uninvited Guest sounds very Fish era though. H even sounds like Fish in some places here.

If you're into lyrics, you have aquired one of the purest gems I've ever encountered. I always used to say it was an album full of "once-in-a-lifetime" lyrics. By that I mean lyrics so good any lyricist can only expect to write one such throughout his career. The single's lyrics are clever and better than most singles, but perhaps no sensation. The rest, however, is.

I think Steve Hogarth is a tremendous lyricist. But can you give me some direct examples of what you mean?

-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Sat, 2008-07-12, 12:39:32
In fact, on Seasons End, the main body of the lyrics is written by John Helmer, a lyrical genius of rare qualities. He's got this ability to think up intriguing plots or twists, and the core idea of what the lyrics are about often - alone - blow my mind. I realize I am lucky to pick up on all this, and he might not talk to everyone else the same way. But then, that's how it is with all art, isn't it?

You mentioned "The uninvited guest". That one is full of clever and strong lines, in addition to being a great idea to begin with, and a bit mysterious to boot.

My favourite, and one of my favourite lyrics ever, is "Berlin". That is a haunting, terrible and beautiful story, and as well written as can be. And the setup... the roundabout way in which it is told... I don't know... It just... well... blows my mind.

Ah, and of course, the opening track. Let me get one thing clear immediately: I don't know what that is about, and I don't want to know. It's just so wonderful and mysterious and a pleasure to read and listen to. I don't always have to know what lyrics are about. When I feel, like in this case, caressed by the words on multiple levels and strings inside, and the obscurity of the sensation adds to the experience, stripping it naked might do more harm than good.

Just flow with the words, and make up your own pictures as you go. Wonder about what's not clear, enjoy the realization when it becomes clear... I hope you'll pick up on some of this, and maybe some bits I didn't connect with. The world of lyrics is an underrated and underestimated place. The whole point to the music lies there. Without having that story to tell, the music wouldn't make sense, let alone the singer.... It'd all have to be rearranged into instrumental pieces. And still, they'd need some kind of image or vision to play out, or it'd be just playing for the sake of moving fingers.

So there... 8)

 ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2008-09-08, 11:47:30
I've ripped all my albums to my pc and after a little calculation I came to know that:

I have music with a total of 5 days, 22 hours, 38 minutes and 52 seconds playtime.

:P

And in 128 kbps that's 7,66 GB.
Exactly enough to put it all on my MPIO MP3 player which can hold 8 GB (7,74 GB to be precise).

Isn't that great? ;D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Mon, 2008-09-08, 16:46:29
No. It's horrid. 128kbps mp3 is horrid.

 ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2008-09-08, 16:59:46
No. It's horrid. 128kbps mp3 is horrid.

 ;D

It is indeed! ;D

But it's just for backup and listening with my MP3 player. That way I can get everything on it. When I'm at home, I will probably just put the real deal in.

I'm not really that much of an audiophile. ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Tue, 2008-09-09, 00:11:11
It's ok if the speakers stay small enough to fit in your ears.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2008-09-26, 13:25:23
On order now: Threshold's Hypothetical and Replica.

I really like "Light And Space", so I can eat my heart out with two versions then.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Steve Jones on Fri, 2008-09-26, 14:05:54
On order now: Threshold's Hypothetical and Replica.

I'd never heard of 'Replica' - had to google it!  :-[
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2008-10-03, 12:11:20
I'd never heard of 'Replica' - had to google it!  :-[

It's a fanclub release. But you can actually buy it, it's not limited to the fanclub...
Bit strange actually... :-\

Anyway, I got the following today:

Threshold - Hypothetical (Special Edition)
Threshold - Replica

And a single: Ty Tabor's "I Do".
Along with a T-shirt from Spock's Beard! ;D
There were only a few left, so I immediately ordered one.
It's absolutely beautiful. 8)


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2008-10-18, 20:56:24
It Bites - The Tall Ships
&
Neal Morse - Lifeline

added!

;D


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-11-06, 19:42:38
Well, I'm one of you now: 'Contagion' is added to my list.
Aswell as both EPs 'Contagious' and 'Contagium'.

And the gorgeous 'Happiness Is The Road'. Man, that album is sooooo sexy. Never thought I would use that word in this context. But it looks like it's the only word that fits, 'cause it's absolutely beautiful.
And also 'Marbles' is added.

My CD list is quite interesting if I say so myself.

Still can't wait for Frost*, but the aforementioned albums keep me busy for a while.


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Thu, 2008-11-06, 23:47:36
Well, I'm one of you now: 'Contagion' is added to my list.
Aswell as both EPs 'Contagious' and 'Contagium'.

I didnt quite get it, Paxi:  Did you say that you'd gotten Contagion, Contagious and Contagium ?

 ;D


And the gorgeous 'Happiness Is The Road'. Man, that album is sooooo sexy. Never thought I would use that word in this context. But it looks like it's the only word that fits, 'cause it's absolutely beautiful.

Was there somethin about that you had a "girlfriend" some time ago  ???


And also 'Marbles' is added.

Yaknow, Paxi, if you had used the word here, it would have made some sense.


Still can't wait for Frost ...

Was that her name ?


... but the aforementioned bums keep me busy for a while.

I'm doing my best, Paxi  :D ;D ::)

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2008-11-07, 16:25:20
I didnt quite get it, Paxi:  Did you say that you'd gotten Contagion, Contagious and Contagium ?

;D

That's what it says on the cover. ;D


Was there somethin about that you had a "girlfriend" some time ago  ???

Yes... for more than three years... Still not very happy about how it ended actually...

Yaknow, Paxi, if you had used the word here, it would have made some sense.

Marbles is very good too, but the packaging is less exciting. The music is VERY good though!

Was that her name ?

Err... no...

I'm doing my best, Paxi  :D ;D ::)

As long as you keep your bum out of it, Niksy.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: h9 on Sun, 2008-11-16, 10:21:39
What about Pendragon 'Pure' and Caamora 'She' ?  8)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2008-11-17, 11:32:54
What about Pendragon 'Pure' and Caamora 'She' ?  8)

Well, you can't have them all. :D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Mon, 2008-11-17, 18:43:49
And still no Yes   :(
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Mon, 2008-11-17, 18:45:12
And still no Yes   :(

No.



Ahum... :-[ ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2008-11-17, 19:06:19
I say "ahem", Mad  ::)

But do Yes know ?  :D

Reminds me of the following great joke, which is supposed to be authentic:  A few decades ago, the Oxford philosopher JL Austin was giving an address to a large audience of his fellow philosophers in New York. In the course of this address, which was about the philosophy of language, Austin raised the perennially interesting issue of the double negative. "In some languages," he observed in his clipped Oxbridge diction, "a double negative yields an affirmative. In other languages, a double negative yields a more emphatic negative. Yet, curiously enough, I know of no language, either natural or artificial, in which a double affirmative yields a negative." Suddenly, from the back of the hall, in a round Brooklyn accent, came the comment: "Yeah, yeah."  - Jim Holt: "Stop Me If You've Heard This: A History and Philosophy of Jokes"

Now that you'v strained yourself intellectually, here are three jokes of a quite different "nature" (more "roomy"), from the same book:

A woman flies into Boston, eager to enjoy a plate of the fish for which that city is famous. "Where can I get scrod?" she asks the driver as she gets into the cab. "Gee," he replies, "I've never heard it put in the pluperfect subjective before."

And the one about the successful diet Bill Clinton went on: "He's lost so much weight, now he can see his intern."

Angry guy walks into a bar, orders a drink, says to the bartender, "All agents are assholes." Guy sitting at the end of the bar says, "Just a minute, I resent that."'Why? You an agent?" "No. I'm an asshole."

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2008-11-17, 19:11:04
I like the first joke Nicky.
The other two are too difficult.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2008-11-17, 19:28:11
The present form is "screw", Paxi  ;D

The Clinton joke should/can not be explained  :-X

The last joke is "special for you"  :D

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Tue, 2008-11-18, 09:47:09
I thank you for the whole post, Nicky. It cheered me up immensely! :D

"Yeah, yeah..." :D ;D :D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2008-11-18, 10:13:39
Welcome, Deenie  :)

Hint to getting the Clinton joke, Paxi:  Look up "intern" in e.g. Dictionary.com - all three meanings  ;)

Pretty sophisticated joke actually  ;D

Only problem is that I'm undermining my lead ...

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Tue, 2008-11-18, 10:15:16
I like the first joke Nicky.
The other two are too difficult.

So you didn't notice that there were actually four ? I didn't neither ...  ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2008-11-18, 10:35:28
Well, the first joke was Nicky himself.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2008-11-18, 10:38:28
... and the last was Paxi  :D


So you didn't notice that there were actually four ? I didn't neither ...  ;D

Seems like a reverse Agatha Christie  ;D

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2008-11-20, 20:23:46
Well, today the Tour CD of Frost* was brought in!
Aswell as two brilliant Frost* T-Shirts and a sticker. :P

Still no sign of Experiments In Mass Appeal. :'(
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Deenfan on Fri, 2008-11-21, 03:27:02

Seems like a reverse Agatha Christie  ;D

Nicky.

 :D :D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: The Butterfly Man on Fri, 2008-11-21, 07:41:33
Still no sign of Experiments In Mass Appeal. :'(

Too bad man. I'm actually glad I didn't pre-order it to be honest. I also still don't have the album but it saves me a lot of frustration I guess. Here's what John Jowitt says on the Frost*-forum:

Quote
We're clearly having some problems with orders taken by the CRS which haven't been passed on to us. This obviously means you don't get your goodies, and we don't get paid for providing them, so both of us lose out. I'm sure this is a case of cock up rather than conspiracy, as are most things in the world except for the continued lack of success of my favourite football team, but anyway...

If you have made an order through the CRS (or any other) and you've not heard anything, please PM TLD in the first instance (now SHE's organised!), or me if you are at all worried by the status of your order.

Apologies for any problems - please get in touch and we'll sort it - these problems will not arise with the Frost shop over which we have full control.

JJJ

Hope this helps in any way.

Tom
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2008-11-21, 22:48:46
Yeah I know... I've been reading the Frosties* forum for quite some time now. Terrible.

My order was:
- Experiments In Mass Appeal
- Tour CD
- T-Shirt Milliontown
- T-Shirt Milliontour

I received:
- Tour CD
- T-Shirt Milliontown
- T-Shirt Milliontour

ARRGGHH...

I sent a PM to TLD there and she sent one back.
She made an apology and posted EIMA yesterday, along with a free beanie hat. ;D

So, I think I should have it Tuesday or something.

I need the beanie, since it's gonna get frosty...


-Paco
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Fri, 2008-11-21, 23:41:53
Well, three out of four ain't bad.  ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2009-07-02, 14:36:29
Well, you probably already know that Experiments In Mass Appeal made it to my collection quite some time ago.
All is well. Just so there's no doubt about that. ;D

My Marillion collection is growing...
Next on the Marillion list are "Holidays In Eden", "Brave" and "Afraid Of Sunlight".

And finally, after a year, there they are! 8)
I'm looking forward to "getting into" Brave. It's always a struggle, I know. (Strange enough, this sentence makes me think of another Marillion song... can't put my finger on it though...)

And also Electric Light Orchestra (the (in my eyes) three essential albums) is added to my ever expanding collection.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: The Butterfly Man on Thu, 2009-07-02, 15:24:15
...It's always a struggle, I know. (Strange enough, this sentence makes me think of another Marillion song... can't put my finger on it though...)

The song that you are referring to is on Marbles but isn't any of the following:

The Invisible Man
Marbles I
Genie
The Only Unforgivable Thing
Marbles II
Ocean Cloud
Marbles III
The Damage
Don't Hurt Yourself
You're Gone
Angelina
Drilling Holes
Marbles IV
Neverland

So, which one is it? That's up to you now...  ;D

Good luck getting into Brave though. Once you're in, there's no way out anymore...  *horns*

Tom
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2009-07-02, 15:33:41
The song that you are referring to is on Marbles but it's any of the following:

    So, which one is it? That's up to you now...  ;D
Thanks for that! ;D
It was Fantastic Place!
I always hate it when a (good) bit of music is sticked into your head, but you don't know which song or which band it is. Sleepless nights I tell you!

Good luck getting into Brave though. Once you're in, there's no way out anymore...  *horns*

Thanks! Still not really convinced, but tonight I'll give it another proper run.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: The Butterfly Man on Tue, 2009-07-07, 09:58:58
I always hate it when a (good) bit of music is sticked into your head, but you don't know which song or which band it is. Sleepless nights I tell you!

Yes it can be quite frustrating, I know everything about it... ;)

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Thanks! Still not really convinced, but tonight I'll give it another proper run.

What do you think so far? Maybe you already mentioned it in another thread but I had so much (off-topicness ;D) to read that I may have missed it...

Tom
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2009-07-07, 10:10:39
What do you think so far? Maybe you already mentioned it in another thread but I had so much (off-topicness ;D) to read that I may have missed it...

For some reason I didn't hold my promise.
Haven't listened to it yet.
But I just turned on WinAmp so I'll do it right away!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: erik on Sun, 2009-07-12, 15:25:38
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And also Electric Light Orchestra (the (in my eyes) three essential albums) is added to my ever expanding collection.

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Electric Light Orchestra (England)
- 1976 - A New World Record
- 1977 - Out Of The Blue
- 1981 - Time

I'm also in the process of acquiring some essential ELO, Paco, got Out Of The Blue and Eldorado some time ago and have Face The Music and A New World Record on order now. Time is also worthwhile, better than its predecessor Discovery [a.k.a. Disco-very ;)] and maybe the last good ELO album. Eldorado is also a must have, I think, you should really check it out!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2011-04-06, 18:59:43
Alright. I've finally updated my list! ;D

In one and a half year I've bought quite a few albums.

Here they are:

- Arena:
Pride (finally my Arena studio album collection is complete!)

- Dream Theater:
When Dream And Day Unite (haven't really played this one that often yet.)
A Change Of Seasons (great song, for the rest: don't listen to it much.)
Black Clouds And Silver Linings (the special 3 CD edition!)

- Guilt Machine:
On This Perfect Day (really nice music!)

- IQ
Frequency (good, but not better than "Dark Matter" and "The Seventh House".)

- Kaipa
In The Wake Of Evolution (perhaps Kaipa's best.)

- Marillion
Somewhere Else (the title track is one of my favourites.)

- Porcupine Tree
Up The Downstair (second PT album and really spacey.)
Voyage 34: The Complete Trip (even spacier.)
The Sky Moves Sideways (best old PT album in my opinion!)
Signify (nice songs on this one. I guess this album is a grower.)
Nil Recurring [EP] (no weak song on this one.)
The Incident (to me it was a bit of a disappointment.)

- Silhouette
Moods (the brother of my dad's colleague plays bass)

- The Tangent
Down And Out In Paris And London (still have to get into this.)

- TransAtlantic
SMPTe (couldn't do without this one really! A musthave!)
The Whirlwind (best Neal Morse related album in four years.)

- Vangelis
Blade Runner [OST] (the 30th anniversary edition. BEAU-TI-FUL!)
1492: Conquest Of Paradise [OST] (a classic!)

- Ray Wilson
Propaganda Man (nice songs.)

- Steven Wilson
Insurgentes (very challenging music. Really worth it!)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2011-04-11, 17:53:44
Another update.
This time a recent one.

All bought today:

- Dream Theater
Metropolis 2000: Scenes From New York

- Porcupine Tree
Lightbulb Sun
Recordings
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2011-04-27, 15:17:16
Added:

- Mostly Autumn
Go Well Diamond Heart
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2011-07-26, 18:57:54
Today I got some cd's delivered! ;D

So I added:

Vangelis
"Voices"
"Oceanic"
"El Greco"
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2011-11-22, 19:52:37
I added to my CD collection:
Arena - "The Seventh Degree Of Seperation"

*horns*

Am I still missing something in my collection (http://shattered-room.net/index.php?topic=632.msg11215#msg11215)?
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2011-11-27, 11:14:40
Am I still missing something in my collection?

Yeah, some more melodic metal albums, as you like DT and Threshold so much  ;)

Try the following moderately heavy melodic metal bands and artists, all pantheon with me: Shadow Gallery, Dominici, Symphony X, Queensrÿche, Circus Maximus, Seventh Wonder, Subsignal, Sieges Even, Robert Plant, Explorers Club, Dali's Dilemma, Stride, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell, DeadSoul Tribe, Arcturus, Down, Enslaved, Extreme (ex-dream), Pearl Jam, Judas Priest, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool, Vanden Plas, Adagio - should keep you occupied for while  :)

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Sun, 2011-11-27, 20:55:21
Am I still missing something in my collection (http://shattered-room.net/index.php?topic=632.msg11215#msg11215)?

How about some Yes, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd?
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2011-12-11, 13:32:07
How about some Yes, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd?

Seconded, and how can one have a proper rock collection without the classic Beatles albums (Abbey Road, Let It Be, White Album, Sgt. Pepper's), Rolling Stones (Their Satanic Majesties Request, Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Flowers), and David Bowie (Diamond Dogs, 'Hours...', Ziggy Stardust, "Heroes", Space Oddity, Station to Station) ?

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2011-12-15, 15:38:32
Try the following moderately heavy melodic metal bands and artists, all pantheon with me: Shadow Gallery, Dominici, Symphony X, Queensrÿche, Circus Maximus, Seventh Wonder, Subsignal, Sieges Even, Robert Plant, Explorers Club, Dali's Dilemma, Stride, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell, DeadSoul Tribe, Arcturus, Down, Enslaved, Extreme (ex-dream), Pearl Jam, Judas Priest, Them Crooked Vultures, Tool, Vanden Plas, Adagio - should keep you occupied for while  :)

Thanks for that! :) I'll check them out when I can find some time. I already know a good deal of those bands.

How about some Yes, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd?

I've been through a period when I listened to a lot of Pink Floyd, thanks to my dad. I've tried Led Zeppelin, but that didn't do much for me. I think it doesn't really fit into the three you just mentioned.

I'm working on Yes. ;)

Seconded, and how can one have a proper rock collection without the classic Beatles albums (Abbey Road, Let It Be, White Album, Sgt. Pepper's), Rolling Stones (Their Satanic Majesties Request, Beggars Banquet, Let It Bleed, Flowers), and David Bowie (Diamond Dogs, 'Hours...', Ziggy Stardust, "Heroes", Space Oddity, Station to Station) ?

I think I'll never listen to the Beatles again. I found it terribly tiring and boring. Same for Rolling Stones. I can see why you mentioned them, since they're classic. But no... I don't find them challenging at all. Perhaps they were at that time, but we've moved on.
I never actually tried Bowie. I will check it out.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Fri, 2011-12-16, 16:39:21
I think it doesn't really fit into the three you just mentioned.

 ???


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I already know a good deal of those bands.

Which ones, Paxi ?


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but we've moved on

 :o >:( :( ??? ::) :-[ :-\ :'(

I think it'l come with age, Paxi  ;)

I think the keyword to getting late Beatles is elegance - aint that so, Iggy, Funky, Bupie, and ye other oldies ? Of course one doesnt have that when one's young  :P


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I never actually tried Bowie. I will check it out.

Betcha  8)

Hm, I better stop, so that you don't catch up with me  ;)

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2011-12-19, 18:38:01
???

To me, Led Zeppelin is on a totally different level compared to Yes and Pink Floyd.
Yes and Pink Floyd are more symphonic and adventurous.

Which ones, Paxi ?

Well, I've listened to:
Shadow Gallery's "Tyranny" and "Room V".

I had a Symphony X period. I listened a lot to "V: The Mythology Suite" and "Paradise Lost".

Queensrÿche was one of the first Prog Metal bands I listened to. Actually, I discovered Queensrÿche and Dream Theater almost simultaneously. At first I liked Queensrÿche a lot more, but in the end Dream Theater won. I listened to "Tribe" and "Operation: Mindcrime II" and I'm sure I can still sing along to a few songs of the "Tribe" album. Quite catchy stuff actually. 8)

I was blown away by Seventh Wonder's "Mercy Falls" initially. But I never took it deeper and there was so much going on that year.

Regarding Subsignal, I am still in discovery phase.

I was listening to Explorers Club even before I joined this forum (even before you Nicky?). This because I was enjoying Dream Theater so much, I wanted to listen to anything related to that band. "Age Of Impact" was nice, but at that time, John Petrucci's solo album and the Liquid Tension Experiment albums made more 'impact'. Besides, their second album "Raising The Mammoth" had two lenghty songs and I was not ready for that. But I think I just have to get back to that one.

Tool is an odd one. Some bits are really cool, but most of the time it leaves me cold...

That leaves:
Dominici, Circus Maximus, Sieges Even, Robert Plant, Dali's Dilemma, Stride, Avenged Sevenfold, Alice in Chains, Jerry Cantrell, DeadSoul Tribe, Arcturus, Down, Extreme (ex-dream), Pearl Jam, Judas Priest, Them Crooked Vultures, Vanden Plas and Adagio.

Some well known names to me, and some lesser known names. Well, I guess I have some homework to do.

:o >:( :( ??? ::) :-[ :-\ :'(

I think it'l come with age, Paxi  ;)

I think the keyword to getting late Beatles is elegance - aint that so, Iggy, Funky, Bupie, and ye other oldies ? Of course one doesnt have that when one's young  :P

I don't think it'll come with age, Nicky. I just don't like it. I already loathed "we all live in a yellow submarine", we had to sing it in class. Same for "Yesterday". I've heard a few albums, and it was all the same to me. Nah, I didn't like it. Sorry guys!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2011-12-19, 22:40:34
I added Ambeon's Fate Of A Dreamer to the list.
Also, Steven Wilson's "Grace For Drowning". An excellent album!!! And one of the best (if not THE BEST) album of 2011! I got it for Sinterklaas. ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2011-12-20, 16:08:48
Yes and Pink Floyd are more symphonic and adventurous.

Zep created a musical revolution with their first two albums, I & II, as big as Floyd with The Dark Side Of The Moon  *horns*

Like so many lesser groups (Priest at the time, Maiden still), they could'v continued milking the cow, putting out the saaaaame ooooold stuff again and again, selling millions of albums, and rocking the arena crowds (not Clive & Co.  ;D ). Nope, that was not Page & Plant !  Instead they metamorphosed completely with their following albums, always experimenting, always exerting themselves to express blues, folk, and rock in new exciting shapes  8)

So talk about being adventurous  ;)

But OK, such are Floyd and Yes too  *horns*

Good comparison, Paxi, I just had to remove the "more"  ;D


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I listened a lot to "V: The Mythology Suite" and "Paradise Lost".

That was their transitional period: Up to V they were very classical and symphonic. With PL they started getting more metal. Their latest, Iconoclast, is a fabulous, real heavy and raucous album  *horns*


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Queensrÿche was one of the first Prog Metal bands I listened to.

Q are another fascinating group, a true prog group, always experimenting and challenging, while retaining their strong sense of melody and rhythm  *horns*


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I was blown away by Seventh Wonder's "Mercy Falls" initially

Mercy Falls is the one SW album that I don't have. Their first two albums are great, but with The Great Escape they have taken the lead in melodic metal, truly blazing a new fascinating trail in prog  *horns*


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"Age Of Impact" was nice

 :o

Age Of Impact is a total masterpiece. Fading Fast is my overall fave song. I have to have my daily fix of that mindblowing piece. The rest of the album is fabulous too, requires lotta listens to fully unfold  *horns*


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I think I just have to get back to that one.

 ;)


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That leaves: ... ... Well, I guess I have some homework to do.

 ;)


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"We all live in a yellow submarine"

That was a silly song  ::)

Paxi, have you listened properly to The White Album and Abbey Road, my two fave Beatles albums ?  If not, then you have no idea of how great Beatles were  *horns*


So, back to Lions Cage .....  :)  - still have a good lead  ;)

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2011-12-20, 19:41:45
That was a silly song  ::)

I'm glad we agree on that.

Paxi, have you listened properly to The White Album and Abbey Road, my two fave Beatles albums ?  If not, then you have no idea of how great Beatles were  *horns*

I've listened to "Abbey Road" and it was awful. I couldn't find anything inspired there. It was boring as hell and the lyrics are a disaster. It may have been groundbreaking at that time, but compared to everything we have now, this album is rubbish.
Yes, rubbish.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Wed, 2011-12-21, 15:42:23
Yes, rubbish.

I see some badinage there  :P

Just don't say to yer Dad what you posted to me, as he'l probably throw you out of the house  ;)

Man, youths  ::)

Guess I was like that too once.

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2011-12-21, 17:54:39
Just don't say to yer Dad what you posted to me, as he'l probably throw you out of the house  ;)

I told him and guess what? He agreed with me. ;D Although my dad is not fond of both, if my dad had to choose, he'd rather be in the Rolling Stones camp. But my dad was more into Genesis, Pink Floyd, Jethro Tull, Rush, Moody Blues, Procul Harum, Supertramp, ELO, Renaissance, Status Quo, Kansas, Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Queen, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and Alan Parsons Project.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2011-12-26, 11:08:44
I've listened to "Abbey Road" ...

Once ?  ???


But my dad was more into ....

Betcha, Paxi, you were probably conceived in billows of cannabis. Explains everything  ;D

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: maddox on Tue, 2011-12-27, 11:18:10
In this world there are two kinds of people; on one side the people who like the Rolling Stones and on the other side the people who like the Beatles.

No true Beatles fan can do anything with the Rolling Stones and visa versa.

Granted, they made some obscure and meaningless songs but to me The Beatles are essential in any collection, regardless if you're a Rolling Stones fan or not.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2011-12-27, 12:57:15
In this world there are two kinds of people; on one side the people who like the Rolling Stones and on the other side the people who like the Beatles.

Yeah, I remember when I was young, the world was divvied up like that  ::)

However, I'v liked both groups since I was about 15, or more precisely: I like Beatles, Rubber Soul - Let It Be (last released studio album), and Stones, December's Children - Beggars Banquet.

There are of course some great songs on albums outside of these periods, but the latter are imo the golden ages for these two great groups  *horns*

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Tue, 2011-12-27, 14:00:30
In this world there are two kinds of people; on one side the people who like the Rolling Stones and on the other side the people who like the Beatles.
Wow, so I have to admit that I am out of this world  :o ... which could explain a few things  ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2012-01-08, 20:57:09
Pfff... all this Beatles talk... I can't stand it. ;) And that all in my listening profile!

Ok, when I was in Germany for a week, I couldn't resist buying this cd boxset:

Ray Wilson: Genesis Vs. Stiltskin

It consists of a double live cd called "Genesis Classic - Live In Poznan", along with a dvd with some songs of the same concert. Also a cd of Stiltskin called "Unfulfillment".

So that's three cds and one dvd for the ridiculous price of 19.99 euros!!

(http://www.genesis-fanclub.de/media/wilson/unfulfillment/gs250.jpg)

Whaddaya think of that?! ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Teunis on Sun, 2012-01-08, 21:16:14
So that's three cds and one dvd for the ridiculous price of 19.99 euros!!

Whaddaya think of that?! ;D
Not bad at all  ;). Really love the Genesis album 'Calling All Stations' with Ray on vocals. This album is way too underrated!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2012-01-10, 13:07:13
Pfff... all this Beatles talk... I can't stand it. ;) And that all in my listening profile!

Maybe one day you'l grow up, Paxi  :P

Iac I'm helpin ya catch up with me  ;D

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2012-01-10, 23:56:59
Maybe one day you'l grow up, Paxi  :P

Never, Cpt. Hooky007! Or my name is not Peter Paxi.

Iac I'm helpin ya catch up with me  ;D

For that I am grateful.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2012-03-31, 16:27:15
I now also added all the samplers I got with magazines etc.

Today I got another one: "CRS presents: New Species, Volume 2".
With an Arena track 8)

I'm also going to update my wishlist now.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Sat, 2012-03-31, 20:10:41
The New Species Volume 1 was great. So far I enjoy the Volume 2 less but it needs more spins.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Thu, 2012-04-05, 21:49:28
I added three new cds:

Anathema - "Falling Deeper"
I love this one to bits. Couldn't find "We're Here Because We're Here", but If I could, I had bought it too. Can't wait for their next one.

Gazpacho - "March Of Ghosts"
Didn't have the opportunity to listen to it as a whole, but it's one of the few albums I bought on the basis of small bits of good ratings, samples and one full song.

Devin Townsend - "Terria"
(only 7,99 euros)
Secretly I know Mr. Townsend already, but this is the first physical album I buy. I remember seeing this one on ProgArchives being rated as his best album.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Manatee on Thu, 2012-04-05, 22:32:51
Devin Townsend - "Terria"
(only 7,99 euros)
Secretly I know Mr. Townsend already, but this is the first physical album I buy. I remember seeing this one on ProgArchives being rated as his best album.

One could certainly make a case for that.  It includes my favorite song of his, "Earth Day."  Eat your beets!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2012-04-14, 23:32:00
Today I bought two new albums:

It Bites - "Map Of The Past"
which sounds really nice on first listen. 8) It is It Bites' fifth studio album (or Kino's third...) and their first concept album about, well, the past actually.

OSI - "Fire Make Thunder"
more of the same... which I like! ;D Still, I think with this album they stopped adding new things. "Free" was quite different from "Office Of Strategic Influence", and "Blood" was even a little bit further away. This one is in the same line as "Blood". I think it's a grower.

I also bought my first replacement.
Porcupine Tree - "In Absentia" needed a replacement since it doesn't play on my cd player anymore. I was lucky to find this one for only 5 euros. ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2012-04-15, 20:26:36
I just added a photo of my newly bought cd shelf unit. (http://shattered-room.net/index.php?topic=632.msg11215#msg11215)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2012-04-16, 14:22:13
I just added a photo of my newly bought cd shelf unit.

If you don't have more cd's lying somewhere else, you seem to have about 150 cd's in all. You can be happy that you'r not as crazy about music as I am. I have about 1300 cd's, collected over eight years. And I wonder how that's possible. I havent had a proper job in all those years, and I havent had any money  :o

Nicky.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2012-08-01, 19:09:05
If you don't have more cd's lying somewhere else, you seem to have about 150 cd's in all. You can be happy that you'r not as crazy about music as I am. I have about 1300 cd's, collected over eight years. And I wonder how that's possible. I havent had a proper job in all those years, and I havent had any money  :o

Nicky.

I think I need to update that photo now. Since the shelf is getting rather full now. And I have been listening to Prog for seven years now, but I'm also still a student.

Anyway there's a lot of music coming up. And I'm being mr. Buy-a-lot lately...
Today I bought a 3-in-1 Anathema package: "Judgement", "A Fine Day To Exit" and "A Natural Disaster", for only 16 euros.
The only downside is: no nice booklet or anything... just three discs in a slipcase. But I couldn't resist.
Also bought "Hindsight" for 9 euros.
I'm really getting there I think.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2012-09-04, 16:05:42
Kaipa - Vittjar
Threshold - March Of Progress
The Flower Kings - Banks Of Eden

These three were added to my collection today.
Kaipa and Threshold were absolutely required since I am a big fan. I love Kaipa's playfulness and Threshold is always catchy.
The Flower Kings is a different cup of tea. I only own "Paradox Hotel" which isn't really bad, but I don't play it very often. Besides, if this album wasn't only ten euros, I wouldn't have bought it.
Now I have "Banks Of Eden" which is said to be one of their best, and I am very curious since I love really EVERYTHING Roine is involved in, except for his main band...  :-\
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Tue, 2012-09-04, 20:00:47
Kaipa - Vittjar
Threshold - March Of Progress
The Flower Kings - Banks Of Eden

These three were added to my collection today.
Kaipa and Threshold were absolutely required since I am a big fan. I love Kaipa's playfulness and Threshold is always catchy.
The Flower Kings is a different cup of tea. I only own "Paradox Hotel" which isn't really bad, but I don't play it very often. Besides, if this album wasn't only ten euros, I wouldn't have bought it.
Now I have "Banks Of Eden" which is said to be one of their best, and I am very curious since I love really EVERYTHING Roine is involved in, except for his main band...  :-\

If you try anymore Flower Kings the try Space Revolver which is my favourite FK cd. I think I have Vittjar on the way but have never clicked with Threshold but I only own Hypothetical and Extinct Instinct
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2012-09-04, 21:11:53
If you try anymore Flower Kings the try Space Revolver which is my favourite FK cd. I think I have Vittjar on the way but have never clicked with Threshold but I only own Hypothetical and Extinct Instinct

Well, I am actually a big fan of Roine Stolt, and his album "The Flower King" is on my "to buy" list for as long as I can remember. If I can find it. I've been told that the two subsequent albums ("Back In The World Of Adventures" and "Retropolis") are kind of the same, so I think I'll go for these albums.
Still, "Banks Of Eden" got rave reviews and I am very curious.

Going to play Threshold first though. The last two studio albums were really good.
"Hypothetical" is really good, but Threshold really did it for me with "Subsurface" and "Dead Reckoning" (also their fanclub release "Replica" is better than it suggests).
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2012-09-21, 14:00:14
Yesterday, I ordered six albums. These were:

- 1973 - Tubular Bells
- 1974 - Hergest Ridge
- 1975 - Ommadawn
- 1978 - Incantations
- 1979 - Platinum
- 1980 - QE2

They are all part of a collection box called:
"Mike Oldfield Classic Album Selection (Six Albums 1973-1980")
And all of them have been recently (2009-2012) remastered.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Fri, 2012-09-21, 14:25:21
Paxi, get Mike Oldfield's wonderful live album "Exposed" from 1979 too. Rocks bigtime - still  *horns*

Among the many treats, there's a fine live recording of Tubular Bells, juicier than the original  8)

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2012-09-21, 17:38:14
Paxi, get Mike Oldfield's wonderful live album "Exposed" from 1979 too. Rocks bigtime - still  *horns*

Among the many treats, there's a fine live recording of Tubular Bells, juicier than the original  8)

I'd rather stick to studio stuff first Nicky.
I do have a couple of live albums in my collection, but most live stuff is DVD stuff actually. Some exceptions are:
Arena / Smoke And Mirros live disc (came with the live dvd)
Dream Theater - SCORE live disc (because I was really into Dream Theater at the time)
Kaipa - live disc (came with the boxset I bought)
And various Ray Wilson live cds. That's because there's much Genesis material on it and because I want to keep that special evening alive back in 2006.

Most of the time I don't play live cds at all.


Re: Mike Oldfield

I really would like to have the remastered versions of "Crises" and "Discovery". There are some amazing songs on those albums.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2012-09-24, 16:55:59
Alright, I updated the photo on my front page.

Find the differences:

then:
(http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/3001/cdcollection.jpg)

now:
(http://imageshack.us/a/img43/2134/ss854438.jpg)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2012-09-24, 18:31:32
OK, Paxi, so you removed some stuff, and moved the remaining stuff around. So  ???

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2012-09-24, 19:49:48
Hahaha!
Actually, I removed my video games to another cabinet.
I moved a few of my DVDs to the lower right shelf.
Now there's more room for music!

For example: In the upper photo, the great orange packaging, which is TransAtlantic's "The Whirlwind", has been replaced by "Storm Corrosion" in the lower photo.
In the lower photo, "The Whirlwind" is moved quite a bit to the right. Which means there are more discs.
And the empty space in the up-right corner is filled with great cds now.

And on top of that (and on top of the shelving unit) there is more nonsense stuff.


So, yes... it's... a bit different... :-\
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2012-09-25, 14:17:15
So, yes... it's... a bit different... :-\

The restriction was that one couldnt read the cd and dvd titles  ???

I wont treat you guys to photos of my shelves: Got some 1500 cd's now (only good ones), 250 dvd's, some 1500 books (some of'm over 1000 pages), and piles of newspapers and magazines (in my bedroom, drives Ms 007 nuts, of course).

Well, being proggie has its consequences  ;)

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Steve Jones on Thu, 2012-09-27, 11:23:08
some 1500 books (some of'm over 1000 pages)

That's an awful lot of colouring-in you've got to do there! :P
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Thu, 2012-09-27, 12:57:25
That's an awful lot of colouring-in you've got to do there! :P

I let Nim Chimpsky do it  ;D

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Bupie on Fri, 2012-09-28, 00:35:09
That's an awful lot of colouring-in you've got to do there! :P
;D I had been missing that kind of posts ...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Wed, 2012-10-10, 13:34:23
Today, two cd's arrived on the doormat:

Roine Stolt - "The Flower King"
Finally!! After spending months (actually years) looking for it, I found it in print at the Free Record Shop internet store (http://www.freerecordshop.nl/muziek/flower-king-roine-stolt-5052205006030). It was only ten euros! You don't hear me complain, but surely, this album is a lot more worth than that!

It's still there, so if any of you Dutchies don't have this album yet, spend ten euros on this cd now and get it tomorrow!

The Tangent - "COMM"
For only ten euros I couldn't resist. Their music is really an acquired taste and I don't expect to like it a lot (same with their two preceding albums) but on the strenght of "The World That We Drive Through" and "A Place In The Queue" I'm certainly gonna try!

I expect Porcupine Tree's "On The Sunday Of Life" soon, to complete my collection. Not really a fantastic album per se, but I already have every other Porcupine Tree studio album (including "Nil Recurring", "Voyage 34" and "Recordings") so I figured "what the heck".
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Mon, 2012-10-22, 22:16:41
Opeth's "Ghost Reveries" is the latest addition to my collection.
Found it for only 8 euros. A bargain for such a masterpiece.
Indeed, a masterpiece!
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2013-02-08, 17:21:48
Updated the photo again. Perhaps Nicky can spot the differences now?


(http://img84.imageshack.us/img84/3001/cdcollection.jpg)
15 April 2012

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24 September 2012

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8 February 2013
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2013-02-08, 17:43:25
I'll help you a bit Nicky.

Since my last post (where I said "Ghost Reveries" was the latest addition) there's been a lot of new cd's added to the shelves:
Yes' "The Yes Album", "Fragile", "Close To The Edge" and "Relayer"
Steve Hackett's "Please Don't Touch" and "Genesis Revisited II"
Spock's Beard's "X"
Gazpacho's "Bravo", "When Earth Lets Go", "Firebird" and "Missa Atropos"
Haken's "Aquarius"
Glass Hammer's "Culture Of Ascent"
No-Man's "Together We're Stranger"
Squackett's "Life Within A Day"
Frank Klepacki's "Infiltrator", "Viratia" and "Conquering 20 Years"
Marillion's "Marbles On The Road (2dvd)"
Big Big Train's "English Electric, Part One"
DeeExpus' "The King Of Number 33"
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2013-02-10, 10:16:49
I'll help you a bit Nicky.

Disorder -> order -> disorder, and you got yerself a bottle of splotch, and a big beaker so that you can drink it in one gulp  ;D

OK, Paxi, let's take a look at your new purchases:

Haken's Aquarius is a supergood choice, this band is one of the most exciting around  *horns*

I'm also very happy that you'r getting well into Yes. These guys have done (and still are doing seemingly) some unbelievable music and lyrics, and they'v had an influence on all serious musicians that goes far far beyond their sales numbers *horns*

I havent heard Spock's latest - which I definitely will - but I'm severely impressed by everything from Snow onwards, at this point very much prefering the D'Virgilio era  *horns*

All these three groups are pantheon with me  8)

I'm also impressed by Steve Hackett's stuff. He isn't pantheon with me .... but that's probably cuz I havent delved deeply enuff - yup, even I havent been all around  :-[

Gazpacho and DeeExpus are a bit light for my taste ... but OK, definitely fine groups  :)

What I'v heard of Glass Hammer - I actually have their Inconsolable Secret - is rather New Agey to my taste, but their Perilous looks interesting, and I'l check it up .....  ;)

Marillion - yeah, OK, nice music ... but why did they have to become so middle-aged  :-\

The other stuff I have on my To Check list .....

Yeah, OK, Paxi, you aint doin too bad  8)

... but if you'r enjoyin DT, Haken and Opeth, you could very well do some RH, SW, CM, Anthriel and Eumeria (just to mention five great melodic prog groups ... and we'l wait with the ruffstuff)  ;)

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2013-02-10, 13:01:23
Disorder -> order -> disorder, and you got yerself a bottle of splotch, and a big beaker so that you can drink it in one gulp  ;D

Actually, the bottle is something my mom brought home when she returned from her holiday in Curaçao. I don't think I'll ever drink from it, since it smells funny... The big blue beaker is where I keep all my stuff that doesn't belong anywhere but I cannot bring myself to throw away.

OK, Paxi, let's take a look at your new purchases:

Haken's Aquarius is a supergood choice, this band is one of the most exciting around  *horns*

Yes, I'm very much looking forward to the third album, which is set to be released this year.

I'm also very happy that you'r getting well into Yes. These guys have done (and still are doing seemingly) some unbelievable music and lyrics, and they'v had an influence on all serious musicians that goes far far beyond their sales numbers *horns*

It's definitely good stuff. These four albums anyway. I really like "Fragile" and most of "Close To The Edge". It's must have material. Especially considering most of new Prog bands are build around the fundaments of bands like Yes.

I havent heard Spock's latest - which I definitely will - but I'm severely impressed by everything from Snow onwards, at this point very much prefering the D'Virgilio era  *horns*

Too bad D'Virgilio has left the beard. I really like his drum playing and his voice. I like both eras of Spock's for different reasons. 2013 is gonna be an exciting year. I already preordered the new SB album. This time I won't miss the special 'preorder only' bonus track. "Their Names Escape Me" was a really nice (and very different) song and I should hit myself on the head for not having preordered that album...

All these three groups are pantheon with me  8)

I'm also impressed by Steve Hackett's stuff. He isn't pantheon with me .... but that's probably cuz I havent delved deeply enuff - yup, even I havent been all around  :-[

Well, his first two albums are really good. These are like Genesis songs.

Gazpacho and DeeExpus are a bit light for my taste ... but OK, definitely fine groups  :)

DeeExpus is not much lighter than anything above.
Gazpacho might be light in instrumentation perhaps. But not light in lyrical contents and (musical) ideas. It's not 'in your face' but it's great evening headphones stuff.

What I'v heard of Glass Hammer - I actually have their Inconsolable Secret - is rather New Agey to my taste, but their Perilous looks interesting, and I'l check it up .....  ;)

I'd say, if you like Yes you should really check it out.

Marillion - yeah, OK, nice music ... but why did they have to become so middle-aged  :-\

Wisdom comes with age, Nicky. Well.... in most cases anyway... ;)

The other stuff I have on my To Check list .....

Yeah, OK, Paxi, you aint doin too bad  8)

Thanks for your approval sir.

... but if you'r enjoyin DT, Haken and Opeth, you could very well do some RH, SW, CM, Anthriel and Eumeria (just to mention five great melodic prog groups ... and we'l wait with the ruffstuff)  ;)

I'm well acquainted with the bands you mentioned (except Eumeria, which I only know from some YouTube videos). I need to get Seventh Wonder and Circus Maximus into my collection in physical form. ;) Just haven't found them in the shops yet, or I was busy with other bands. Royal Hunt is ok, but they don't grip me as much as Seventh Wonder or Circus Maximus. Anthriel is cool 8) but I'm waiting for a new album.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2013-02-10, 15:33:55
Royal Hunt is ok, but they don't grip me as much as Seventh Wonder or Circus Maximus.

You obviously still haven't listened to their imo most monumental album Collision Course, or anything from their golden period, Fear (1999) - X (2010)  ;)

It's typical: People think that the albums with D.C. Cooper gotta be their best, but that's not at all the case  :-[

André handpicks his musicians, and he does it real well  8)


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Anthriel is cool 8) but I'm waiting for a new album.

 ???

Their debut album The Pathway from 2010 is absolutely mind-blowing. Listen to the last track Chains Of The Past - breathtaking  *horns*


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Wisdom comes with age, Nicky. Well.... in most cases anyway...  ;)

One doesnt need to lose one's b***s for that  :-\

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2013-02-10, 16:04:59
You obviously still haven't listened to their imo most monumental album Collision Course, or anything from their golden period, Fear (1999) - X (2010)  ;)

Let it rest.... :P

???

Their debut album The Pathway from 2010 is absolutely mind-blowing. Listen to the last track Chains Of The Past - breathtaking  *horns*

As I said, it's cool music. According to their facebook page, they are recording the successor to The Pathway. Looking forward to it.

One doesnt need to lose one's b***s for that  :-\

I don't think they have.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Sun, 2013-02-10, 17:18:01

Since my last post (where I said "Ghost Reveries" was the latest addition) there's been a lot of new cd's added to the shelves:
Yes' "The Yes Album", "Fragile", "Close To The Edge" and "Relayer"

So are you going to add Tales from Topographic Oceans as well?

One of the 'bad' thing about CD's is that you don't get the full Yes experience. The Roger Dean covers were awesome and the majority of the Yes Albums were gatefolds as well, which doesn't really translate into the CD world.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2013-02-10, 22:20:45
So are you going to add Tales from Topographic Oceans as well?

I'm planning on getting that one as well. ;)

One of the 'bad' thing about CD's is that you don't get the full Yes experience. The Roger Dean covers were awesome and the majority of the Yes Albums were gatefolds as well, which doesn't really translate into the CD world.

One of the good things is that you can easily take the music to lots of places. For example: the car. Or when you rip it to mp3s, well, anywhere really! But indeed, the album cover experience is not to be underestimated.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2013-02-11, 14:55:56
Yes are one of the few acts from the late 60s, early 70s that are still doing exciting stuff and continue to push their boundaries. In fact I can only think of Judas Priest who also still are at it. Fly from Here is a super album, and real edgy, one of their best imo  *horns*

And these are guys in their Viagra age  ;D

Stones have been doin the same stuff over and over again (hm, this phrase reminds me of somethin  :P ) for the past 40 years, and Genesis are a total sellout - sad  :'(

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Iggy on Mon, 2013-02-11, 21:52:48
I'm planning on getting that one as well. ;)

Yay *horns* If you ever venture into Yes DVD's Symphonic Yes and Live in Montreux are well worth a watch.

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One of the good things is that you can easily take the music to lots of places. For example: the car. Or when you rip it to mp3s, well, anywhere really! But indeed, the album cover experience is not to be underestimated.

Before you were born there was a medium called cassette.  ;D ;D ;D ;D But your point is well made.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Tue, 2013-02-12, 13:54:45
Yay *horns*

I thought it was Yes  ;D

Whoops, gotya onto Page 9, Paxi. Better stop in this thread, so ya dont catch up with me  :D

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Tue, 2013-02-12, 22:26:48
Whatever floats your boat...
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sat, 2013-06-08, 18:36:30
Opeth - "Blackwater Park"
Mystery - "The World Is A Game"
Neal Morse - "Neal Morse"
Neal Morse - "God Won't Give Up"
Neal Morse - "Songs From The Highway"
Rick Altizer - "Scripture Memory: Pop Symphonies"

These were added lately.
I must say, "Scripture Memory: Pop Symphonies" by Rick Altizer is a really fun album!
Also bought the Neal Morse autobiography. Probably will read it in one go.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Sun, 2013-06-09, 10:52:24
Good stuff there, Paxi  8)

It may come as a surprise to you, but I actually have 4 Neal Morse albums - Testimony, One, ? and the great Sola Scriptura (big Martin Luther fan, me) - and some five years ago I listened quite a lot to'm  :)

Mystery I still have to get into - but will, no Mad promise  ;D

And I'm happy that you'r getting more into Opeth - super group, one of my real faves  *horns*

So, on the metal front, guess it's: Opeth, the two DT's, Threshold, Haken, and Riverside, huh ?  Got some other great metal groups waitin for ya, just check out my pantheon list .....  ;)

- Nicky
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2013-06-09, 21:43:29
Good stuff there, Paxi  8)

I know. ;)

It may come as a surprise to you, but I actually have 4 Neal Morse albums - Testimony, One, ? and the great Sola Scriptura (big Martin Luther fan, me) - and some five years ago I listened quite a lot to'm  :)

If I would rate those four albums now, it would be like this:
1. Sola Scriptura
2. ?
3. One
4. Testimony

You see a pattern? Go get the remaining albums man!!

So, on the metal front, guess it's: Opeth, the two DT's, Threshold, Haken, and Riverside, huh ?  Got some other great metal groups waitin for ya, just check out my pantheon list .....  ;)

Those are just the ones I actually bought... ;)
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2013-06-09, 21:50:48
If I would rate those four albums now, it would be like this:
1. Sola Scriptura
2. ?
3. One
4. Testimony

You see a pattern? Go get the remaining albums man!!

Actually, only "Lifeline" breaks that pattern. Perhaps it should be considered as his best Singer/Songwriter Pop record instead of his worst Prog album.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Fri, 2016-10-21, 16:54:11
I encountered something I haven't seen before...
I can't add anything to my original post anymore, because there are too many characters in it. ;D
So this is it. Here ends my cd collection! I won't buy any more cd's now! There's no more place on the internet!

And... more than three years between this and the last post... What happened with time? Something wrong? ;D
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Peter on Sun, 2016-11-13, 17:50:50
I encountered something I haven't seen before...
I can't add anything to my original post anymore, because there are too many characters in it. ;D
So this is it. Here ends my cd collection! I won't buy any more cd's now! There's no more place on the internet!

And... more than three years between this and the last post... What happened with time? Something wrong? ;D

The original limit was 25000 characters, I raised it to 50000 now. Long live the Listening Profiles.
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: PH on Sun, 2016-11-13, 20:00:52
The original limit was 25000 characters, I raised it to 50000 now. Long live the Listening Profiles.

Yay! I have added Neal Morse's and Riverside's latest albums immediately!

Thanks Peter!


A perfect excuse to buy more albums again! ;D

Peter vs. Internet
1 : 0
Title: Re: PH's CD list
Post by: Nicky007 on Mon, 2016-11-14, 13:27:26
The original limit was 25000 characters, I raised it to 50000 now. Long live the Listening Profiles.

Thanx from me too, Cap :)

Makes life easier for me too. My LP is spread over five posts cuz of the previous character limit; now I won't need to spread more - postwise - at least not for a while ;)

- Nicky