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Wednesday, October 05, 2011

Whattya Listenin' to Wednesday - 10/5/11

Literally late for the road, so a quick howdy, everybody.

Adding the new Wayne Static solo record and possibly The Howling Reborn to the master list of stuff coming up.

I have a new blog, The Crash Pad of Ray Van Horn, Jr. which I invite you to jump over at http://rayvanhornjr2.blogspot.com/ More later on what the new blog stands for.

Be true, gang...




Mastodon - The Hunter
Mastodon - Crack the Skye
Opeth - Deliverance
Opeth - Damnation
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Opeth - Ghost Reveries
Opeth - Heritage
Wayne Static - Pighammer
Sleep - Sleep's Holy Mountain
Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
Deep Purple - The Shades of Deep Purple
Deep Purple - Come Taste the Band
Alice in Chains - Facelift
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells
Orange Goblin - Frequencies From Planet Ten
Bitches Sin - The Rapture
War - Anthology 1970 - 1994
Steve Miller Band - Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits
Grateful Dead - Wake of the Flood
Janis Joplin with Big Brother - Live at Winterland '68
The Raveonettes - Chain Gang of Love
Run-DMC - s/t
Run-DMC - Tougher Than Leather
Run-DMC - Raising Hell
Givers - In Light

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Mastondon - The Hunter
Various Artists - The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams
Fu Manchu - Start the Machine
Harms Way - Isolation
DJ Shadow - The Less You Know...
Wilco - The Whole Love
Totimoshi - Avenger

taotechuck said...

Grateful Dead - Dick's Picks 9 (New York, 9/16/90)
Grateful Dead - Fillmore East (New York, 2/11/69)
Grateful Dead - Hundred Year Hall (Germany, 4/26/72)
Mahler - Symphony #2 (Rattle, Berlin Philharmonic)
Mahler - Symphony #3 (Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra)
Mahler - Symphony #4 (Zinman, Tonhalle Orchestra)
Silver Mt. Zion - Shafts of Light...
Esmerine - La Lechuza
Jason Lytle - Yours Truly, The Commuter

cjk_44 said...

Mastodon – The Hunter
Kvelertak – s/t
Opeth – Heritage
Chickenfoot – III
Amorphis – The Beginning of Times
Amorphis – Forging the Land of Thousand Lakes
bloodsimple – A Cruel World
Iron Maiden – Brave New World
Children of Bodom – Tokyo Warhearts
Van Halen – Fair Warning
R.E.M. – Live in Olympia: 39 Songs
Wilco – The Whole Love
John Cougar – American Fool

Watching: epic Red Sox collapse

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Anon, thank you! Appreciate the drop-in. I saw that Hank Williams album but didn't know it was a tribute piece.

Chuck, I'm still roaring through the Dead, but I'm sure what you've been listening to supercedes. All the live stuff I have are really impressive. I think I have a Mahler symphony in my stash somewhere, good pull.


cjk, sorry, but your Sox comment was pretty funny.

DPTH International said...

Hey Ray, Finally picked up Mastodon's The Hunter (Haven't listened to it yet, it will be on next weeks list) Anywho on with me list.

Genesis - We Can't Dance
The Gentlemen Homicide-Understanding the words we speak
Gnashing of Teeth - S/T
Gods - I see you Through Glass
Gods Of Fire - Wrath of The Gods
Godsend - A Wayfarer's Tear
Godsmack - Good Times bad times (Tens years of Godsmack)
Gojira - From Mars to Sirius, The Link, The Way of All Flesh
Golgotha (Valor) - Fight for your life
Goliath - The Gate
Goo Goo Dolls - A Boy Named Goo, S/T
Goredeath - Cast Into Darkness
Grace For the Fallen - Field of Blood
Grave Digger- Ballad of Mary EP, Ballad of the Hangman, The Clans will Rise Again, Excalibur, The Grave Digger, Knights of the Cross, The Last Supper, Liberty or Death, Rheingold, Tunes Of War
Grave Forsaken- Destined for Ascension, Beside the River of Blood, Fight to the Death, This Day Forth
The Great Kat- Total Insanity

Ray Van Horn, Jr. said...

Dpth, good to see ya, chum. AWESOME Grave Digger section! As for Genesis, I started out in the late 80s with Invisible Touch and We Can't Dance, which are good pop albums--actually IT is a GREAT pop rock album, but you truly want to do yourself a favor and shag down the 70s prog Genesis albums. It's not even the same band fundamentally, but amazing stuff. As for Godsmack, I saw 'em twice live (loved the first gig, not so much the second one) and recently dumped the first two albums out of my collection.

DPTH International said...

Thanks Ray. Grave Digger are pretty cool. I've listened to some early Genesis (thanks to my brother). I've been meaning to go back and re-explore them, as well as Yes.

My workplace often sells off movies and CD's for charity. I picked up the Godsmack hits album there for $2. They have a few cool tunes.

cjk_44 said...

hey ray, just being (painfully) honest about the Red Sox. i'll get over it.