Albums of the year 2005

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5 déc. 2005, 16h05m

my faves:
Opeth - Ghost Reveries
The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute
Kate Bush - Aerial
Meshuggah - Catch ThirtyThree


worth a mention:
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing
dredg - Catch without Arms
James LaBrie - Elements of Persuasion
Dark Tranquillity - Character
Dream Theater - Octavarium
Bon Jovi -Have a Nice Day

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  • SimpatiK

    My fav is: Mew - And the Glass Handed Kites Porcupine Tree's Deadwing on #2

    5 déc. 2005, 16h18m
  • JonnyJonson

    1. Deadwing 2. Francis The Mute 3. Octavarium Well thats how id have it but im still lovin opeth and Kate Bush...

    5 déc. 2005, 16h49m
  • MySweetShadow

    Out of those, Catch without Arms and Frances The Mute would have to be the best in my opinion, but I love Bon Jovi all the same.

    5 déc. 2005, 17h17m
  • Jasmic

    I have just got Snow Borne Sorrow by Nine Horses who are in fact David Sylvian, his brother Steve Jansen and a guy called Burnt Friedman. In a year which has seen my music collection expand with some brilliant music this one stands out for me.

    5 déc. 2005, 18h12m
  • deathloop

    in death is death. death is life.. [][][] kate bush opeth bon jovi HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA ahhhhhhhhhh.

    6 déc. 2005, 2h08m
  • pawelzet

    You're forgeting exceptional incredible Riverside - Second Life Syndrome. Also new Arena is pretty impressive. One of my favorites would be probably widely unrecognizable Albion - Wabiac Cienie, it is Polish band that has recently came back after 8 years with a stunning piece of beautiful music. Moreover new releases of Pain of Salvation, DT and Opeth.

    6 déc. 2005, 10h03m
  • prla

    I second pawelzet's comment about Riverside. This band has some serious class going on and after debutting in incredible shape last year with Out of Myself, the new album out a couple of months ago is just unbelievable all the same. I can't wait for the final installment of the trilogy whenever they write, record and release it. Anyway, by reading their influences from the band member profiles and influences at their website (www.riverside.art.pl) it's no wonder they sound the way they do and that they rock so much. I just wish they had a bit more exposition and toured more extensively.

    6 déc. 2005, 12h44m
  • xErasedCitizenx

    i'd say 1- dredg and 2- dream theater. although octavarium aint that oustanding, I just don't know the rest of them that well.

    6 déc. 2005, 18h44m
  • snowdog62

    thanks for the comments, :-) I'll check out some of the other suggestions, especially Riverside.

    6 déc. 2005, 19h11m
  • marsipan

    Monolake - Polygon Cities

    7 déc. 2005, 0h24m
  • gangstayoda

    riverside fits on that list. so does petrucci's solo cd. neal morse's ? may be worth checking out too , since you're into prog.

    16 déc. 2005, 5h36m
  • prla

    Somehow I never got much into Neal Morse's stuff and that includes Transatlantic with Mike Portnoy. But, as gangstayoda has put it, Neal Morse's ? was quite a positive surprise (well, if you put aside the lyrical content that is... at least for me). And it's got Portnoy on drums too, so... ;)

    16 déc. 2005, 15h55m
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