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  1. The Muse Awakens by Happy the Man (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Prog/Rock/Jazz/Fusion. Superior musicianship & songwriting. Unique
    URL: http://www.happytheman.com
    Recordings: Other · 462 Hits · Posted on 11/5/2004 by Tom Callagy (1865)

  2. Like Spinning Plates (Live) by Radiohead (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Like Spinning Plates done on piano on the "I Might Be Wrong" Live album.
    Recordings: Other · 955 Hits · Posted on 9/6/2004 by Justin Watts (55)
  3. A Thousand Pictures by Craig Chaquico (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Features some very smooth, melodic acoustic guitar playing by Craig Chaquico. Very nice back up by his band. Good overall mix and flow song to song.
    Recordings: Other · 855 Hits · Posted on 8/5/2004 by Inactive Member
  4. 24 Deep by Brotha lynch hung (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    This was the first album released by sacramento rapper Brotha Lynch Hung.Lynch produced this disc with alot of samples and some gangsta lyrics.
    Recordings: Other · 1189 Hits · Posted on 6/7/2004 by Sigh Zigh guy (25)
  5. Guitar Moods -- 3 CD Collection (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Guitar Moods -- a collection of 3 CDs featuring the most uplifting guitar classics of all time. 50 acoustic and electric guitar anthems from film, TV, and radio.
    Recordings: Other · 486 Hits · Posted on 1/2/2004 by Inactive Member
  6. The Closing Of Winterland by Grateful Dead (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The final concert held at Winterlan, San Fransisco at New Years Eve 1978/79
    Recordings: Other · 964 Hits · Posted on 12/20/2003 by Bill North (12505)
  7. Blackwater Park by Opeth (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    A masterpiece album with a blend of melodic death metal, acoustic, classical, rock and more.
    Recordings: Other · 632 Hits · Posted on 9/5/2003 by Taylor Carr (185)
  8. Buddha And Bonsia Vol.4 by Oliver Shanti (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Oliver Shanti's work boundless,inspired music with heart and soul
    Recordings: Other · 1181 Hits · Posted on 8/27/2003 by Simon Kowsky (2640)
  9. Mind Control For Infants by Lotus Eaters (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Cloudy tracks, recorded very calmly, with a generous intellect. A most comfortably intriguing sonic nudge.
    Recordings: Other · 485 Hits · Posted on 8/27/2003 by Simon Kowsky (2640)
  10. Esperanto by Freundeskreis (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Foreign Rap with great intrumental accompaniment
    Recordings: Other · 754 Hits · Posted on 8/27/2003 by Simon Kowsky (2640)
  11. Eric Johnson's "Cliffs Of Dover" (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    For a Texas boy, he unleashed some wonderful tone and phrasing on this album. I wouldn't know how to classify the CD, but if you love stratospheric, melodic runs with the fat tone of his Fender leading the way, check this out!
    Recordings: Other · 1126 Hits · Posted on 7/10/2003 by Inactive Member
  12. An Anthology Of Dead Ends by Botch (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    To be sure this disc is as chaotic as one would express. The tag "evil math-rock" certainly applys.
    Recordings: Other · 1229 Hits · Posted on 5/26/2003 by William Glover (1064)
  13. Monuments To Thieves by His Hero is Gone (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    How did you conceptualize punk as a child? Music your mother would hate? Well here you go.
    Recordings: Other · 1465 Hits · Posted on 4/2/2003 by William Glover (1064)
  14. Mule Variations by Tom Waits (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Well... you just have to hear it
    Recordings: Other · 846 Hits · Posted on 1/17/2003 by Tony Cook (2424)
  15. 0:12 Revolution In Just Listening by Coalesce (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    So, last night you tossed back a few too many cold ones and now you're paying he price. You're skull pulsates... that damn bass drum..over and over. Coalesce is the last band you'll want to listen to.
    Recordings: Other · 1159 Hits · Posted on 11/24/2002 by William Glover (1064)
  16. Times Of Grace by Neurosis (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    What's the Nietzche quote about staring into the abyss? Well...listen long enough to the echoes of the abyss and this is what you'll hear: tribal beats, heavy guitars and dark atmospheric keyboards.
    URL: http://www.neurosis.com
    Recordings: Other · 1223 Hits · Posted on 11/23/2002 by William Glover (1064)

  17. Beyond Hypothermia by Cave In (4.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    "Beyond Hypothermia" rages through the aural landscape... a potent blend of raging duel guitar thrash, foot stomping breakdowns and dark atmospherics. The palm-mute was invented for these boys.
    URL: http://www.hydrahead.com
    Recordings: Other · 1400 Hits · Posted on 11/22/2002 by William Glover (1064)

  18. We Are The Romans by Botch (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Mathcore? Or is it Mathmetal... whatever you call it, they're at the forefront. Effects laden hardcore shattering your preconceived notions with virtuosity and intensity.
    Recordings: Other · 1386 Hits · Posted on 11/22/2002 by William Glover (1064)
  19. Zoot Soot Riot by Cherry Poppin' Daddies (3.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    Released in 1997, during a short swing revival, the Cherry Poppin' Daddies cashed in with Zoot Soot Riot. The disc features 14 tracks of new, unreleased tracks as well as old ones.
    Recordings: Other · 1703 Hits · Posted on 9/3/2002 by Solid James (97)
  20. Passion And Warfare by Steve Vai (5.0 Stars · 1 Review)
    The most famous recording from Steve Vai. I think the most who play guitar know this one. An enormous variety of songs and styles mixed with each other: metal, rock, blues, ... It is one of the best guitar albums ever!!!
    Recordings: Other · 1729 Hits · Posted on 8/17/2002 by Csaba Varszegi (1686)