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Obligatory Top 10 List. . .

Personal - Top 10 Albums of 2006 in no particular order:

Flint Glass - Nyarlathotep
Asche - A Scene from Galton's Walk
Monolith - Talisman
Oil 10 - Beyond
Stahlfrequenz - Coma Themes
Faderhead - FH1
Rosewater - Bloodcount
Terrorfakt - Teethgrinder
Laibach - Volk
Nullvektor - Stromaufwarts

Top 10 Biggest Disappointments:

Leather Strip - After the Devastation (the album that removed Leather Strip from the buy it before I try it category)
Massiv in Mensch - Clubber Lang
SINA - Nie Und Immer
Pzyko Bitch - Strom Aus Fantasie
Spetznaz - Totalitär
Combichrist - Get your body beat
Snog - Vs The Feacal Juggernaut of Mass Culture
Covenant - Skyshaper
Greyhound - Minimal Communication
Hocico - Scars

Rev

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flucht
Jan. 1st, 2007 05:20 pm (UTC)
That's what people say about the new S.I.N.A and Pzychobitch: they're disappointed. I can see why one would say so, but personally, I disagree. I can dig their electro stuff. In fact, Electrolicious changed my mind about having skipped The Day Before and The Day After. Those are back on my shopping list.

Most of the rest of your list I wouldn't touch, anyway. What I don't understand, though, is why Skyshaper disappointed you. It's Covenant, true to form. They totally delivered.
razorslave
Jan. 1st, 2007 05:32 pm (UTC)
Skyshaper disapointed me because I personally don't think Covenant has put out a really good album since 1997. They were much better, more precise, and harder edged when they where all twacked out on speed.

Their work since then has just sounds sloppy. I keep hoping they will shape up, and this new album had even less decent songs than their last abortion of an album Northen Light.

Rev
acidexia
Jan. 2nd, 2007 01:11 am (UTC)
I still need to get Volk. Stormafwarts is hot. I thought you liked the new Snog. I heard it was crap so I didn't bother. King of Hate has a funny video though.

Yeah, what was with the new SINA album? There were a few good songs for the kids, but knowing that the same person who sang Machine and Every Second was now singing Glamourboy made me want to puke.
razorslave
Jan. 2nd, 2007 04:55 am (UTC)
It was better than electro folk swingers, but that's not saying all that much.
dredpiratebunny
Jan. 3rd, 2007 06:46 pm (UTC)
hey....posting here that i added you.
mostly cause i'm planning on checking out the friday night thing on my swing through vegas at the end of the month.

i was gonna email but i didnt see an address...
so mostly i was wondering about the dress code for that night...how strict?
if you prefer to email back: rabbit at sluggy dot net.
thanks for the info.
(:3
razorslave
Jan. 3rd, 2007 07:36 pm (UTC)
No dress code per see, anything interesting, industrial, goth, or whatever will be fairly greeted with open arms. . . we even get norms in there at times dancing along.

Rev
dredpiratebunny
Jan. 3rd, 2007 07:47 pm (UTC)
cool, thanks for the info!
i look forward to the night...
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