Already have it; awesome stuff!If you like bluesy-rock then I recommend Joe Bonamassa's newest album 'Dust Bowl' and also 'The Ballad of John Henry' if you don't already have it.
Already bought it the last go-round. Good stuff Lyle!*cough*My EP*cough*
Hmm, never heard of any of that; I'll have to check the previews.If you're in the mood for some alternative rock, Secrets of the Lost Satellite by Ken Andrews and the self-titled album by Year of the Rabbit (a different project by the same guy) are quite good. The latter is a bit of a rarity, and I'm not sure if it's even on iTunes.
Also, Grace by Jeff Buckley.
Already have Fair to Midland, though I hear they've got a new one on the way. I might wait for that instead of spending it all now.Fair to Midland and Giant Squid seem pretty cool.......
Not really; Siouxsie's always been kinda irritating to me.Also, are you into goth at all?
Pick up Siouxsie and the Banshees - Tinderbox and/or Juju
Siouxsie has a solo album out now called Manta Ray which is pretty sweet too.
And....Fields of the Nephilim's "The Nephilim" is terrific.
Also known as "Go Faster". "Into The Black" is another great one by RK.Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPod; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_3 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8J2 Safari/6533.18.5)
+1 to Richie Kotzen's Peace Sign. But also look at Mother Head's Family Re-union. And Return of mother heads family reunion.
Listened to a few tunes on iTunes.......meh. Just can't get into the vocals.Again, Ihsahns new album!
Thanks dude, this is why I ask this question; I completely forgot Blackfield was coming out with a new disk, so I got this one.The new Blackfield (Welcome to My Dna).
Another album I always recommend is Anathema's We're Here Because We're Here.