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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-03-2007, 03:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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A Great Album For All Occasions!

In case you dont know, the face of music is always changing. New "punk" bands come out, mainstream rappers pump out cds like beer form a brewery and emo kids populate everywhere. I turned on the light in my house and they scattered to the darkness. I dont know. My point is, good music, old and new, is being diluted with these new bands that have lots of money and "hard lives" because they grew up in the ghetto or they were sheltered by they're parents and when they grew up life sucked. They got a job. Now they are rich. Not anymore.
Roadrunner Records just released a new album to commemorate their 25th anniversary in the business. They have signed bands such as brujeria, slipknot, chimaira, cradle of filth, sepultura, deicide and to many more to name. The took 4 of their most innovative artists and made them into team captains. Those captains chose artists from throughout the label and comprised temporary "bands" to come together and create songs in the genre in which they are predominantly known in. The result is an album that will leave you speechless and deaf. This album is the pinnacle of human achievement. If you are any type of metal or rock fan this album is a must have. The album is titled "The Roadrunner All-Star Sessions".
It is nothing short of incredible. I am not advertising for the record company, I am just passing some knowledge that you may want to hear. Its the hardest thing you will find and the most adrenaline initiating experience when listened to on a bike in an area free of cagers. Try It.
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Damn, good hard album. Will be adding this one to my lifting playlist, nothing like some kick ass rock to get that extra umpf to push heavy ass weight.

Thanks for bringing this to attention.
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