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Old 2007-08-05, 17:15   Link #21
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Ulrich Schnauss - Goodbye also deserves a mention. Not quite as good as Far Away Trains Passing By or A Strangely Isolated Place but definitely worth the money.
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Old 2007-08-05, 21:18   Link #22
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Claymore OST

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Old 2007-08-08, 12:15   Link #23
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i bet nobody has heard of her but she's awesome anyway.
Bethany Dillion- Waking Up.
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Old 2007-08-08, 20:07   Link #24
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i bet nobody has heard of her but she's awesome anyway.
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It doesn't matter if nobodies heard of her or not, the real point of this thread is to get people listening to artists they have never heard of or may have missed.

That being said I'll be sure to check her out when I get the chance.

I just finished listening to Mika - Life in Cartoon Motion. It's some very catchy power pop, I like.
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Old 2007-08-08, 20:22   Link #25
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i heard mika is good but i haven't heard his stuff.
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Old 2007-08-11, 00:08   Link #26
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So far it's been a pretty good year and it's not over yet!
I don't know how good of a year this was compared to the previous years, since I am currently more interested in the albums from the past, but, anyways, your post did awake my interests. I checked some new albums (from a suggested list) and I can say they are really good, and not the kind of ones that will come and go, more to say longer. The ones I have checked and safely suggest are Eluvium's Copia, Patty Griffin's Children Running Through, LCD Soundsystem's Sound of Silver (a really crazy one, giving a combined but updated taste from the past, I enjoyed this one a lot), and Miranda Lambert's Crazy Ex-girlfriend. More to come soon, when I have the time to check a few others......
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Old 2007-08-11, 13:24   Link #27
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this one is probably a year old but it's good anyway Barlow Girl-Another Journal Entry, and their newest Barlow Girl-How Can We be Silent.
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Old 2007-08-12, 02:33   Link #28
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Anyone interested in checking the best albums for 2007, I suggest this site (I think it is a reasonable list, I checked a few more others on the list, and quite satisfied with them)... Below is their current list:
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Old 2007-08-12, 19:58   Link #29
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that's cool only a few of them i have heard of..
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Old 2007-08-13, 16:54   Link #30
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Anyone interested in checking the best albums for 2007, I suggest this site (I think it is a reasonable list, I checked a few more others on the list, and quite satisfied with them)... Below is their current list:
Spoiler:
When it's about albums, rateyourmusic is a pretty nice site as well.
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Old 2007-08-13, 17:55   Link #31
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When it's about albums, rateyourmusic is a pretty nice site as well.
Metacritic's list is more like a mainstream list, whereas rateyourmusic's list seems more interest oriented (a lot more on the alternative side). Anyways, even though the content and ordering is different from what you can normally expect, it still seems to provide valuable information especially if you are interested in groups/albums that are not listed by the general media a lot (maybe a bit like the difference between digitaldreamdoor and rollingstone/vh1/etc.).
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Old 2007-08-23, 20:30   Link #32
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Claymore OST

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agreed ^^ the claymore music is very impressive in my opinion
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Old 2007-08-26, 00:29   Link #33
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well this is what i have so far...

Spoiler for list of 2007 albums:


i had very high expectations for last year and i was thoroughly disappointed.. but i am truely enjoying this year. and it's not over yet... i've yet to listen all the way through the new world's end girlfriend album.. or pelicans album.. and i haven't even picked up piano magic, rufus wainwright, or god is an astronaut.
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Old 2007-08-29, 03:49   Link #34
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Hmm, I don't listen to a lot of vocal stuff. I'm more instrumental. Throw me some film music and I'll be a happy camper! Anything by the crew at Media Ventures will satisfy me (Hans Zimmer, Nick Glennie-Smith, Harry Gregson-Wiliiams, etc). I also like old Renaissance, Baroque, and Classical music.

I guess being a filmmaker really dawns on me at times. Was I born 100 years too late? Hehe.

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Old 2007-08-30, 03:58   Link #35
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The Go! Team's second album (which comes out in September) has leaked unto the internet, and it's pretty studly.
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Old 2007-09-09, 02:16   Link #36
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I just got back from seeing John Vanderslice live and he was absolutely amazing! Definitly in my top 3 live shows ever now.

His new album Emerald City is in my top five for best albums of the year too.
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Old 2007-09-22, 11:10   Link #37
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Ok, here's a list with all 2007 albums I know so far (which aren't that many). Even sorted by rating! Cool, huh?

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I guess there've been better years but it's still ok.
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Old 2007-09-22, 11:44   Link #38
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OAR - Stories of a Stranger

OAR has come out with their new sound, a unique blend of Roots Rock, and a bit of Ska. They've taken advantage of the possible type of music they could make with their new Saxophonist, and this record is pretty much them figuring out their new sound. Typically, OAR's lyrics on this album are incredible, notably The Stranger and Heard The World. In conclusion, this album has OAR in the middle of band development, and it makes for a very interesting record. The recording quality and mixing in great too.

Reel Big Fish - Monkeys For Nothing and Chimps For Free

After about nine years of complaining and warning listeners about the music industry, Reel Big Fish has been dropped from Jive records, and could finally make the music they want: third wave, full blown Ska songs, complete with barre chords and great horn lines. Aaron Barret doesn't let anyone down on this record, with decent singing and great guitar playing. Scott Klopfenstein on backing vocals, trumpet, piano, and accordion is nothing but great. John and Dan have come up with some of the most soulful horn lines I've ever heard in a Ska record. And of course, Ryland/The Rabbit has yet again proven that he is a great drummer. Even though Reel Big Fish have been dropped from the major label, they are more happy than they ever have been, and this album shows it.
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Old 2007-09-22, 13:13   Link #39
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My favourite album of the year...

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Old 2007-09-22, 13:24   Link #40
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