Reading everyone's blogs has a very bad effect on me: I buy music. I know I haven't waited a month since my last blog post to make this one, as is my tendency, but I thought I'd give you all a chance to critique my latest music investment:
James Blunt (Back to Bedlam)
Alanis Morissette (Under Rug Swept)
Snow Patrol (Eyes Open)
Switchfoot (Nothing is Sound)
Depending on how well I like these CDs, I may get more stuff down the road. I have these periods where I'm interested in making improvements to my music library, and I seem to be right in the middle of one. Probably because I can listen to iTunes while doing web site work. Anyway, that's that.
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|Genj - October 08, 2006 (03:39 PM)
You didn't get The Mars Volta's Amputechture because it was sold out, right?
Edit - And Eyes Open is pretty good despite what HATER OF AWESOME MUSIC Sportsman says.
|honestgamer - October 08, 2006 (09:03 PM)
Despite being a regular reader of various blogs, I have to confess that I have absolutely no idea what The Mars Volta's Amputechture is. That woule explain why I didn't pick it up.
And agreed on the Snow Patrol album... I'm really liking it as I listen to it this very minute.
|EmP - October 09, 2006 (10:49 AM)
It seems every single post I make inn blogs these days is to bash Volta so in this one, I'll simply point your torwards a song that it superior to all their works combined:
Here it is!
|Halon - October 09, 2006 (10:23 PM)
Snow Patrol's first album is MUCH better. Also get Weezer's Blue Album if you don't have it already; it's a must-have. And Pinkerton also if you a want a darker, but equally as rewarding album.
|Genj - October 10, 2006 (07:26 AM)
Sportsman means their 3rd album. Eyes Open is their 4th. Not 2nd.
Also, please look forward to Green Day's sophomore release, the follow up to their debut American Idiot.
|Halon - October 10, 2006 (08:11 AM)
Final Straw is the only one I own so that is the one I was talking about that's 8/10 quality. I don't follow the band so I'm not sure what number it is. I borrowed Eyes Open (their newest one, whatever number that it) from a friend and thought it was average at best.
Unfortunately American Idiot can be considered Green Day's first album, because it is a new beginning for them. That's not a good thing, though.