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Searchbar'd and nothing came up.



EDIT: Sorry about the huge pic.
What is this that stands before me?

Figure in black that points at me...


FUCKETH THINE SELF
#2
Guitars:
-Gibson Les Paul Custom Shop Silverburst (Invader/'59)
-Fender Standard Telecaster HH Black (SH-5/'59)
-Fender Standard Stratocaster HH White (Nazgul/'59)
-Austin Guitars Les Paul Goldtop Copy (Distortion/'59)
-Ovation ApplauseAE44II Elite Black Acoustic


Amps/Cabs
-Peavey 6505+
-Peavey Stereo Chorus 2x12 Combo
-Behringer Ultracoustic ACX450 1x8 Acoustic Combo
-Marshall MX2x12 Cabinet


Wayyyyy too many effects pedals...
#3
Kinda depends on the extent.

I mean I could definitely say that no album has changed my life, just as much as every album has changed my life.
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#6
Quote by lushacrous
Kinda depends on the extent.

I mean I could definitely say that no album has changed my life, just as much as every album has changed my life.



I get that sentiment. I mean something that caused you to re-define your musical standards in life.
What is this that stands before me?

Figure in black that points at me...


FUCKETH THINE SELF
#7
My stuff


Gibson Les Paul Studio
Ibanez ADC120
Tanglewood TGRF VS
Blackstar HT20
Roland Micro Cube
#8
In that case, this
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and this



opened about a thousand new doors for me musically. And I still listen to them both at least once a week.
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that joke regarding your username was NOT originally posted by blake1221. That was a Gunpowder original.

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#9

Forza Juve


'e voglia 'e mettere rum, chi nasce strunz' nun po' addiventà babbà
#10
There's a good chance that what I've written above is useless and if you take any of the advice it's your own fault.
#11
i know i'm gunna get hate for this but the self titles Slipknot album, before that i listened to gangster rap and had never heard any metal but i was blown away by it and now about 7 years later i hate rap and pop music and listen to everything from classic metal to death metal with some hard rock thrown in for good messure. \m/
#14
Razors edge by acdc, cba with picture
My Gear:
BC Rich Gunslinger Retro Blade
Vintage V100 Paradise + SD Alnico Pro Slash APH-2's
1963 Burns Short Scale Jazz Guitar
Dean Performer Florentine
Bugera 6260
Orange Micro Terror + cab
Digitech Bad Monkey
Zoom G2G
#15


It made me who I am today


BL
I hope it doesn't seem, like I'm young, foolish, and green.
Let me in for a minute, you're not my life but I want you in it


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Y siempre
Y para siempre
#17


You know it.
Actually, this WAS one of my favorite albums as a child. I knew the lyrics to every song by heart. Same with The Backstreet Boys album Millennium.
#18
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Hell yeah, not the one that changed my life the most, but definately had an impact.

I would say Aenima by Tool.
#20
This one



And this one



And this one



And this one



There's a couple more but I dont wanna be a complete post *****.
#23
Almost every album I've bothered to listen to of late has been a turning point for me. Right now I'm listening to Debussy to eliminate my fear of writing persisting dissonant harmonies, but as for albums:

Now I actually like humor in my music and have a much larger appreciation for jazz.
#27
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#28


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and



I would also Diablo Swing Orchestras "singalong songs..." to that, as well as a recent find of Ryoji Ikeda's "matrix" which I love.

EDIT: to anyone who saw that, i'm sorry: I don't know what the hell that was. changed the link.
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#29
Solidified my love for rock music:



Opened me up to a world/made appreciate meaningful music both sonically and lyrically. Also showed me what music can be like when you cast aside outside demand and focus on your own personal interest and creativeness:




Extended the lessons Rush bestowed on to me. Blew my mind and showed me the very essence of creativity and what you can accomplish when you push musical boundaries with concern only for your own creative voice and nothing else.

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#31
Arctic Monkey's first album was the first I really listened too I guess. Nothing game-changing there but before that I'd only ever bought then enjoyed albums for the singles.
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#34
dirtbag ballet by the bins down the alley
as i walk through the chalet of the shadow of death
everything that you've come to expect


#35
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Fist bump me through the Internet budday.

Here's my list:
Pink Floyd- The Wall
Explosions in the Sky- The Earth is not a Cold Dead Place
Broken Social Scene- You Forgot it in PeoPle
The Hold Steady- Separation Sunday(or any record of theirs for that matter)
Atmosphere- God Loves Ugly
#36
Nirvana's Nevermind

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#37
Actually this album helped keep me from killing myself. DKM songs are so often about being upbeat in the face of adversity, they're pretty inspiring.
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