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Old 04-16-2008, 09:14 PM   #571
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It appears that Axver is correct about Russian Circles. They are pretty awesome. I'm listening to Enter though, not Station.
phanan's correct in that Station is not quite as heavy as Enter, but I would say it's even better - the atmospheres are amazing, the mixing is crisp and distinct, and the music is just beautiful, especially when they bring in the heavier, distorted guitars.
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phanan's correct in that Station is not quite as heavy as Enter, but I would say it's even better - the atmospheres are amazing, the mixing is crisp and distinct, and the music is just beautiful, especially when they bring in the heavier, distorted guitars.
When it comes to post-rock, I think I may enjoy this more than EITS to some extent. I love the heaviness. 12 minutes in and it still sounds great.
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Good I love soundscapes.
No, really?

Some of the stuff I'm using:

Pink Floyd: SOYCD I-V
65 Days Of Static: Radio Protector
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Axver, what do you recommend for God Is an Astronaut? I've still only the one song from your playlist.
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When it comes to post-rock, I think I may enjoy this more than EITS to some extent. I love the heaviness. 12 minutes in and it still sounds great.
Awesome. Russian Circles are definitely my favourite post-rock/metal band. Station has just confirmed that.

As far as EITS goes, The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place is I think the greatest thing they've made. I listen to it a lot more than any of their other material.
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I have The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place and Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever. I'm probably going to also get their newest album, which I have The Birth and the Death of the Day from but nothing else.
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Width Of A Circle FTW.
The avant-garde live versions from the Ziggy Stardust Tour? FTW.
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No, really?

Some of the stuff I'm using:

Pink Floyd: SOYCD I-V
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That sounds good. I think Aeropause is one of the best soundscapes that I've heard.
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Awesome. Russian Circles are definitely my favourite post-rock/metal band. Station has just confirmed that.

As far as EITS goes, The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place is I think the greatest thing they've made. I listen to it a lot more than any of their other material.
I'm relatively new to EITS, but Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place is damn good. Worth all the hype. First Breath After Coma is exhilarating.

Sigur Ros, on the other hand, tends to bore me.
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Axver, what do you recommend for God Is an Astronaut? I've still only the one song from your playlist.
The album it's from, All Is Violent, All Is Bright, is sensational.

And fuck, I've got to bail; late for uni.
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That's how I fell in love with that song.

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