1. I figure since we have, the last movie you watched, as well as now a what are you drinking topic, this seemed like a good idea. Feel free to include a brief review. Hell, if you want reviw any album you have.

    I bought the best of Third Eye Blind yesterday. I contains a nice mix of hits, album songs, and non-released songs. I'd give it a 8.5 out of ten. The track listing makes little sense.
  2. Linkin Parks Minutes to Midnight, Better than i thought it was going to be. Some great songs like What I've Done and Hands Held High.
  3. My sister has a burnt copy of that album. Ain't that the one Bleed It Out is on? Fuckin awesome song. Feel free to leave comments about any album you want btw.
  4. Okay, The last album I bought was Everything You Want by Kane (you know, that dutch band who played Acrobat live )

    They did the same as U2 in the 90's: putting trance influences in the Rock music, but they did it a bit extremer. It became a very nice album, maybe even their best. Especially the 'softer' songs are very good: It's London Calling, Somewhere Close, Shot Of A Gun and Tough. The last song is by far the best: I belong to You. Very good ballad.
    There is one but: It is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too short.
    Almost every song is 3-4 minutes, there are 12 songs! It's in total about half an hour!

  5. Originally posted by wtshnnfb01 My sister has a burnt copy of that album. Ain't that the one Bleed It Out is on? Fuckin awesome song. Feel free to leave comments about any album you want btw.


    Thats the one, short and sweet
  6. Last CD I bought was I-Empire by Angels and Airwaves and I was little dissapointed with that. The songs sounds stereotype and uninteresting. It really wasn't what I was waiting from Tom Delonge. The first record We Don't Need To Whisper sounds better...
  7. To help keep momentum in this topic, I'm going to revie some of my back catalog.

    Foo Fighters-Echoes Silence Patience and Grace

    10/10: Possibly the best album of last year. same reason I love JT. The variety. "The Pretender" and "Let It Die" are staright up classic Foos, while "Summers End", sounds vaguey like southern rock, and even has a nice piano ballad in "Home". I still think Everlong is there best song, but this is a great album all around.
  8. Music of the American Revolution by The Nathan Hale Ancient Fifes and Drums......I'm a dork.... I know.....
  9. R.E.M. - Accelerate!!!
  10. the last cd i bought was the flight of the navigator sound track hard to find
  11. Originally posted by markp91 Okay, The last album I bought was Everything You Want by Kane (you know, that dutch band who played Acrobat live )

    They did the same as U2 in the 90's: putting trance influences in the Rock music, but they did it a bit extremer. It became a very nice album, maybe even their best. Especially the 'softer' songs are very good: It's London Calling, Somewhere Close, Shot Of A Gun and Tough. The last song is by far the best: I belong to You. Very good ballad.
    There is one but: It is waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy too short.
    Almost every song is 3-4 minutes, there are 12 songs! It's in total about half an hour!




    That's my last download purchase too
  12. Ministry of Sound: Chilled 1991-2008

    Yet to give it a proper listen, but the tracklisting is great.