Disco wrote:You're welcome chicky. See you in a couple weeks.
Laura wrote:Disco wrote:You're welcome chicky. See you in a couple weeks.
Yep! Will be nice to see you. And lol on the word chicky - it immediately reminded me of a funny hit single from when I was a young girl (I think I read yesterday that it reached #9 on the singles charts and I actually had a 45 of it - like the one below )
Chick-A-Boom by Daddy Dew-Drop (1971)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAsIm-TJ ... ata_player
Between listening to Ballroom Blitz & Chick-A-Boom yesterday while at work, they brightened an otherwise very quiet Sunday at the library.
Stained Class wrote:I finally got around to buying Gojira's latest album. And yeah, it's pretty sweet.
DragonLordJones wrote:well I haven't added to my wall of sound for a while now, as this has been one fucked up year ( I finally just said fuck it) and dropped a little coin for some new music
Unleashed - Odalheim
UDO - Celebrator - Rare Tracks (2 disc)
Testament - Dark Roots of Earth (Deluxe Edition 1 cd 1 dvd)
Six Feet Under - Undead
Sabaton - Carolus Rex
Rush - Clockwork Angels
Running Wild - Shadowmaker (1 cd/ 1 dvd)
Paradise Lost - Tragic Idol
Nile - At the Gate of Sethu
Napalm Death - Utilitarian
My Darkest Days - Sick & Twisted Affair
Moonspell - Alpha Noir / Omega White (2 disc)
Lita Ford - Living like a Runaway
Kreator - Phantom Antichrist
Jorn - Bring Heavy Rock to the Land
Joe Bonamassa - Driving Towards the Light
Janus - Nox Aeris
Great White - Elation
Fear Factory -The Industrialist
Candlemass - Psalms for the Dead Deluxe Edition (1 cd/ 1 dvd)
Angel Witch - As Above, So Below
I think that's all of them lol
Unfortuneatly, discs 2 and 5 in my car don't eject--currently Iced Earth "Dark Saga" and Destruction "Day of Reckoning" are being held captive.
viathyn wrote:Other than supporting the artist? I mean, I get that it seems a bit redundant to pay for something and then pay for something again in a different form (I generally DL a bunch of music and buy the stuff I really like), but some people must solely do digital downloads when purchasing music, and thus that's the only way they're supporting their favorite bands. The downside is, of course, that you lose shit if your computer crashes (but that goes the same for all downloads).
Tuup wrote:So you actually pay for downloads? I've never seen the point of that...
Crematory – Live Revolution (CD + DVD)
Dimmu Borgir – The Invaluable Darkness (2DVD + CD)
Immortal – The Seventh Date of Blashyrkh (DVD + CD)
Kamelot – Poetry for the Poisoned (CD + DVD)
Leaves’ Eyes – We Came With the Northern Winds (2DVD + 2CD)
Vintersorg – Jordpuls
Vintersorg – The Focusing Blur
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