Whatcha listening to?

  • Since my copy of M4TD didn't come in today's mail yet again, I'm listening to some other stuff.

    Celtic Frost - Monotheist. If this album was any heavier, tar would be oozing out of my speakers! Quite possibly the heaviest thing to be released this year. Or any other year, for that matter.

    Terry Reid - The Driver. Great lost melodic rock album by this lost vocal God.

    Angels & Airwaves - We Don't Need to Whisper. Surprisingly good concept album by the leader of Blink-182. Heavy on keyboards, great melodies and intelligent lyrics. I can't stop listening to this one. Check 'em out at http://www.angelsandairwaves.com.

    Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime II. I wasn't sure about this one at first, but I'm now convinced this is a worthy sequel to the classic O:M album. With Chris DeGarmo out of the band for a number of years now, the results were bound to be different. But it works very well, and further fleshes out the sordid Mindcrime story. Special guest Ronnie James Dio, too!

    Mike Ness - Under the Influences. A second helping of rockabilly and country standards, from the leader of the seminal American punk pioneers Social Distortion.

    And maybe - just maybe - tomorrow I could be listening to 'Music for the Divine'.


  • A real hodge podge for me recently :D

    The Sign - Signs Of Life
    UFO - Essential UFO
    Alice In Chains - Jar Of Flies & MTV Unplugged
    Duran Duran - The Wedding Album
    Free - Tons Of Sobs
    Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
    RHCP - Stadium Arcadium
    Seal - Seal
    Tommy Bolin - Whips & Roses
    Joan Osbourne - Relish
    Paul Kossoff - Backstreet Crawler
    Ark - Burn The Sun
    Plankton - Plankton 3
    Savatage - The Wake Of Magellan
    Jeff Beck - Who Else!
    Toto - Tambu & Mindfields
    Jorn - The Duke
    David Gilmour - On An Island
    Santana - Lotus

    and Soul Mover :singer:

  • ....and going to Sweden Rock...:)

    this is what i've been listening to:
    porcupine tree - stupid dream
    porcupine tree - signify
    porcupine tree - deadwing
    opeth - damnation
    opeth - deliverance
    marillion - marbles
    riverside - voices in my head
    riverside - second life syndrome
    rpwl - start the fire - live
    rpwl - world through my eyes
    rpwl - stock
    king crimson - elektrik
    overhead - metaepitome
    overhead - zumanthum
    subspace radio - subspace radio
    the flower kings - paradox hotel
    osi - free

    this is what i should have been listening to:
    pride of lions - live in belgium
    street talk - v
    cloven hoof - eye of the sun
    surveillance - angelstation
    jeff scott soto - esential ballads
    vengeance - back in the ring
    deacon street II
    vanden plas - christo
    bonfire - double X
    vertigo - 2
    glenn hughes - music for the divine

    :bouncer: :bouncer: :bouncer: :bouncer:


  • Interesting stuff, folks. Todd, I´ve been into Celtic Frost for quite some time in the 80´s, since I always found them really genuine even the guitar solos were lacking a bit at that time. "Into The Pandamonium" was a great album and listened to it again today, since you inspired me to do that :cool:

    Listening these days to...

    Ian Paice - Battle at the Planet (great bootleg from 2004, he also played "Mistreated")
    Tommy Bolin - Whips & Roses (me too, David...lol)
    Manowar - Kings of Metal (after a long hard day...)
    Metallica - Master of Puppets (20 years ago I bought the album, still the best for me, beside the "Black Album")
    Gov´t Mule (Warren Haynes) - Tales of ordinary Madness
    (what a great musician)
    Johnny Cash - the 2003 album (last one)
    Jack Bruce - Shadows in the Air (one of the best musicians I know)
    Glenn Hughes - Addiction (love the hard edge of this album and the pure energy combined with the raw production)
    Europe - Start From The Dark (better than ever before)
    Texas - Greatest Hits

    I think thats it....


  • Journey - Generations :heart:
    Glenn Hughes - Building the Machine
    Ted Nugent - Full Bluntal Nugity :cool:
    Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
    Deep Purple - Rapture of the Deep
    Rammstein - Rosenrot :bow:
    Threshold - Subsurface :thumbup:
    Threshold - Critical Mass :D
    Joe Satriani - Strange Beautiful Music :guitarist
    Whitesnake - Restless Heart :)
    Blondie - Parallel Lines :cool:
    Black Sabbath - Mob Rules :D
    Thunder - Backstreet Symphony :thumbup:
    Rainbow - Rising

  • Didnt see you Saturday Alibongo but looks like youve been playing the lineup.

    Currently listening to Soul Mover in anticipation!

    Also recently:

    Journey - Greatest Hits Live
    Journey - Escape
    Bolin - Whips n Roses
    Brad - Shame
    Brad - Discovery Park
    Walter Trout Band - Relentless

    :ghcp: "It's in my blood"

  • Quote from wolfysmith

    Didnt see you Saturday Alibongo but looks like youve been playing the lineup.

    I did look out for anyone wearing Glenn Hughes/CTC shirts just in case - but sadly didn't see any.

    What a fantastic day - the weather/the bands. So brilliant to see Journey :) :bouncer: :clapper: :thumbup:
    (Shame we got stuck on the M1 in a traffic jam for 3 hours going home and my car conked out! :( )

  • Thanks Todd for the word on Operation Mind Crime II, I've been debating on whether or not to get it:D Here's my list as of late.

    Glenn Hughes - Music For The Divine - (Sorry Guys..I've Got Connections ;) )

    Automatic Man - First Album (Still amazing after all these years)

    Super 400 - Blast The Message -THE Best new band IMHO :cool:

    Andy Fraser - Naked..And Finally Free - Great album to chill out to.

    Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland - What More Needs To Be Said:bow:

    Glenn Hughes - Freak Flag Flying - Getting Ready for the new Tour!

    Cream - Live at the RAH - The greatest musical event of the past 20 years:bow: IMHO

    Kings X - Ogre Tones - Another band that still delivers the goods after all these years.

    Free - At Last - Their influence today is still immense :cool:

    Mr. Big - First Album - Yep, I'm still addicted to that Rush!

    Tommy Bolin - Private Eyes - A timeless album that always brings a smile :)

    Meshuggah - Catch Thirty-Three - The best kept "secret" in heavy metal :confused:

    Let's Kick It With A Tasty Groove :guitarmet

  • Hey David, where's M4TD on your list? Did you burn it out already? :lol:

    For me it's been a short list

    Glenn Hughes: M4TD
    Glenn Hughes: Soul Mover
    Glenn Hughes: BTM
    Glenn Hughes: SITKOR
    Ian Gillan: Gillan's Inn
    Beyond Fear: Beyond Fear
    RHCP: Stadium Arcadium

  • 1."m4td" -"¿?"
    2."Magnolia"-Screamin' Cheetah Wheelies
    3."Made in Switzerland"-Gotthard
    4. "Moanin' "-Mother Superior
    5."World Upside Down"-House of Lords
    6."The long road home"-John Fogerty
    7."Tales of rock'n roll"-MSG
    8."Have a little faith"-The Bellrays
    9."In Triumph"-The Quill
    10.-"Ad Astra"-Spiritual Beggars
    :cool: :cool: :cool: :cool: .These are my listenings.

  • Quote from David

    Well, didn't have it officially until today, thanks to NEH :p

    It's now top of my list :singer:

    Ha! Funny you should say that! My official release came today also thanks to NEH!!

    Not bad considering it isn't even out yet!

  • Empire - The Raven Ride (w/ Tony Martin)
    Giuntini Project - III (w/ Tony Martin)
    Dream Theater - Octavarium
    Ted Nugent - Gonzo
    Thin Lizzy - China Town
    Anouk - Hotel New York
    King Diamond - The Puppet Master

  • A lot of Toto lately. Their new one and 1999's Mindfields, Los Lobotomys, Lukather's 94 solo album that was called Los Lobotomys Candyman. As I've been slacking on new music I just splurged at NEH and eagerly await Fri or Sat's arrival of Devine Music, Moonstoone, and Jorn's the Duke. Hopefully these will be on the multiple back to back, frequent playlist like Falling in Between has been since Feb, the last new album I bought.


  • Quote from toadsterama

    Bassboy, I see you have Andy Fraser's new Cd on your list - were you by chance at his recent show in Temecula? I was there.


    Unfortunately Todd, I found out about the Fraser shows too late :( but I did read some of your review in a recent post, and you were kind enough to let me know which two songs, Andy played bass on. I do have a buddy that was one of the camera crew that recorded the event for Andy's management and site. Hopefully I'll get a vid :bow: ....I, along with Mr. Hughes, have been a huge fan of Andy's for a long time.

    Let's Kick It With A Tasty Groove :guitarmet

  • Hawkwind-Take Me To Your Leader
    Mott the Hoople-Mott and The Hoople and Live
    (Big Ian Hunter Day) :thumbup:

    Can you tell my mood changed during the course of the day ?? :huh:

    "if only we'd turn around and notice the door to the cell is open"

  • Doh! :rolleyes: Of course - I remember you asking me about it, and now I remember me answering your questions. I've surely killed some brain cells listening to loud music. Forgive my faux pas.


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