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Language Of The Mad


Day #10: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 11 2012 · 69 views

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Day ten already, jeez. December's a third over already! Still have my birthday in three days though so yay. Also my BZP anniversary in six days - 8 years, I believe. Anyway, the calendars:

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...yeah. Tires and a trolly. I'm grateful for the trolly as I don't have one yet, but... how is this christmas-y? Snow tires maybe? But for what vehicle? Some of these days have been really strange. Anyway yeah, you get four tires but the trolly can only hold three and it's red. That is all.


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On the Star Wars side of things, we get (as I predicted) the mini AT-AT walker. It's... kinda' bad. I didn't like the look of it on the box, and I don't like it any more in hand. It looks like a box on tubes. I feel they definitely could have done a bit better.

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Day #9: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 10 2012 · 52 views

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Finally caught up. Today we get a minifig in each calendar:

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Nothing exciting here. A mechanic with a wrench. Though the hat appears to be a new mold; it has a curved brim rather than the flat I'm used to. Came with two of those and two wrenches. Otherwise unremarkable.


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And here we have an imperial gunner, it appears. He looks either like the dudes firing the death star or the guy commanding the AT-ATs; i remember neither well enough to say for sure. He's pretty cool I guess, but again nothing amazing. Though I'm predicting the mini AT-AT will be tomorrow's kit.


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Day # 7 & 8: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 09 2012 · 80 views

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Okay, we're up to date now, here's the seventh and eighth models for each calendar:

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So, on the seventh of december, we get what is possibly the coolest model yet: an RC fire truck with a remote. At first I was thinking it was a kind of stupid looking car, but then I realized it was a firetruck and was awed. Kind of. It's a pretty cool little thing, I think. And today we get (brace yourselves) another brick wall. But this time with skis! Now the only thing I don't get is why does a fire hall (I assume that's what the walls are) have skis? We shall never know.


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For Star Wars, we get two especially cool little ships; a Naboo starfighter on the seventh and an episode one Vulture droid that can actually switch from flight to walker mode. I'm pretty thrilled with these, they're nice in terms of detail and aesthetics (for being so small). My only problem is, aside from the star destroyer, every one of the kits has been naboo-related. =/

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Day # 5 & 6: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 08 2012 · 70 views

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Okay, days 5 and six for city:

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On day five we get... a brick wall. Better than stairs? You decide! It comes with an axe and what I assume is a fire extinguisher (though why is it yellow?). it's okay I suppose... btu what does this have to do with christmas? I mean with star wars it's hard, sure, nothing christmas-y there, but really... all this fire stuff is strange. On day six we get a much more seasonal minifig, a little kid with an abundance of snowballs. This really adds to the feel so it's not just a tree and a bunch of fire stuff. :P I like this little guy.


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For the Star Wars calendar, on day five... um. We get this little mass of brown pieces that look kind of like a mouse droid? I'm going out on a limb but I BELIEVE it's meant to be the droid carrier tank, but the instructions showed it facing the other way which makes no sense at all so yeah. It's brown. And then i think day six speaks for itself; a battle droid. I forget what the red ones are - security? or is that just Star trek? :P

Anyway that's all. I know today's the seventh, so I'll get today's and tomorrow's up tomorrow.

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Day # 3 & 4: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 07 2012 · 64 views

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Welp I got behind as I knew I would. Work does that...

Anyway I've got days 3 and 4 here for you, and I'll hopefully have 5 and 6 up tomorrow after said work.

City first:

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As you can see, we get a pretty cool looking tree on day 3, and then on 4... stairs. Yes. And a wand, which is actually meant to go on top of the tree as the star. Although I understand the point, I was fairly disappointed with day 4. But ah well, all part of the big picture I suppose. Also you can see a peek of day 5's surprise in the righthand corner.


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For the Star Wars one, it's quite the opposite: I was right, and day 3 included the Gungan's weapons and a bomb catapult. It's kinda' fun, but kinda' disappointing too. Then on day 4 we get this wonderful mini star destroyer which is super simple but super cool. Funny how well they can interpret these ships in such a small size.

And that's all for now.

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Day #2: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 02 2012 · 135 views

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Welp, day 2. Again we'll start with City, but first that picture I promised of the fireman from yesterday:

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Now, on day 2 we get a strange bit of pieces that make up a wonderful looking little chainsaw and log. It's a pretty neat design if I do say so, and the minifigures can hold it perfectly. I am a bit disappointed with the log, because as far as I know there is no tree bit to go on top, but I suppose that's not quite the point of the thing; more to be cutting for firewood. Still, though, even if they had maybe added more logs (which they might - it's only day two) it would work better.

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Now to Star Wars, day 2 we get a nice little Gungan to go with the mini sub. The box shows him with his weapons, so I imagine they'll be in a different day, because he's just a Gungan. Looks like that captain guy whose name I forgot. Can't say I'm overly thrilled, not a fan of Gungans, bit it's a nicely detailed figure so it's cool enough.

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That's all for today.

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Day #1: Star Wars and City Advent Calendars

Posted by The Xinlo , Dec 01 2012 · 90 views

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Well, I'm gonna' kinda' rip off Chols' blog entries from last year, but with this time double the fun! I've got both the 2012 Star Wars and City lego advent calendars, and I'll be doing mini reviews on each day much as the aforementioned Cholie did for his City calendar.

So, we'll start with the City one.

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So we open up the little box labelled "1", and this is what we get in a nice little baggie:

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It's a pretty spiffy little fire man with what I assume is a megaphone and a hat (of which it comes with two of each). Nothing too special about this guy but he's a nice colour at least. I had a close up of the dude but my camera's being dumb and it's nowhere to be found. Sorry 'bout that. I'll get another pic of him and show you tomorrow. Here's one of the whole thing, though:

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So, now for the Star Wars one.

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Again, we open up the little number one box, and also in a nice little bag we find a cool assortment of blue, grey, and a tad bit of yellow pieces. What could this be?

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And here's a close-up which did not get lost of (you probably guessed it) the Gungan Sub:

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It's a nice little model that takes about 5 seconds to build with the back of the "door" to the box having 2-stp instructions. It's cool but I feel they could have done the "tail a little better. Otherwise though it's a fun little thing and decently accurate for such a small scale.

See you tomorrow.

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New Lightsabers

Posted by The Xinlo , Nov 18 2012 · 119 views

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Got new lightsabers:


Darth Maul


They are fun. Here's to hoping they make a Windu one soon.

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Oh Man, Lucky Day

Posted by The Xinlo , Nov 17 2012 · 98 views

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Well, I went to the record store today to pick up a copy of Iron Maiden's Piece Of Mind (original '83 pressing) that I had put on layaway a few days ago. I had seen that earlier day aswell, Styx II by Styx along with In The Court Of The Crimson King and Beat by King Crimson. I went to set them aside for when I get paid on thursday, and decided I'd look around a bit more to see if there was anything new.

Went to the "G" section, and while browsing found Peter Gabriel's first album. Thought to myself, "man I wish I could find some Gabriel-era Genesis. Like Foxtrot or somethi-"

I glanced to the second G row on a whim and bam, there's Foxtrot. I got all giddy and stuff and flipped through the rest of the row, and found every classic Genesis album from Nursery Cryme to The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway.

What a lucky man I am, no? I then glanced to the E section to my right, and there's Emerson, Lake & Palmer's debut album (which includes the song "Lucky Man" :P )

So yeah. Got like 7 albums waiting for me. Gonna' cost a fortune but oh well.

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Wave 1: Real-Life Purchases

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 26 2012 · 116 views

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This is part one of me blowing my paycheck! $300 in this picture

clicky linky for awesome.

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Things I plan to buy with my first paycheck

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 21 2012 · 189 views

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So I get my first paycheck from work (I got a job a week ago, BTW) for $500. It's only half a paycheck 'cause I started midway through the pay period, but I've never even had $500 to my name before.

I have a plan all laid out for savings, school funds, car funds, etc. for when the proper paychecks come in, but I've decided to just recklessly blow this one on as much random stuff as possible. :D

So basically, here's what I hope to have in 4 days:

-Sith Infiltrator (newest version)
-Classic TIE Fighter (also newest version)
-Saesee Tiin's Jedi Starfighter
-Skopio (with a few bonus bits courtesy of Iro)

-Wish You Were Here by Pink Floyd (Vinyl)
-So Far, So Good... So What! by Megadeth (Vinyl)
-The Final Frontier by Iron Maiden (Double LP picture disc vinyl)
-No World For Tomorrow by Coheed & Cambria (Double LP Vinyl)
-The Afterman by Coheed & Cambria (vinyl)
-Dead Silence by Billy Talent

Also depending on how much I have left over, I may try to snag a vinyl copy of Rush's "2112". :P


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So there's this girl...

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 20 2012 · 173 views

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...at work who I've known for like 2 days. She was/is training me on a certain machine.

Been awhile since I actually liked a girl, and we're getting along pretty well. I can actually talk to her, which is a definite plus. She loves doctor who, lord of the rings, goes on
a blogging website, plays pokemon obsessively, dislikes partying, has a group of friends who magically became alcoholics when they turned 18 that she doesn't like going out with (like me), hates mainstream radio music, etc. Oh, and she's nice to look at.

Unfortunately for me, she has a boyfriend.

Still, though, it's good to finally meet someone like that; proof that they do in fact exist.

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Don't mention external blogs, man -TMD


The Afterman: Ascension

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 09 2012 · 113 views

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I have listened to this album a good six times already, and I am loving it. I don't know if I like it more than No World For Tomorrow, but it destroys Year Of The Black Rainbow brutally.

Unfortunately the hard copy's not available here yet, but no matter.

Also, just calling it now, Descension's gonna' be the better half. I just have a feeling.

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Pink Floyd

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 08 2012 · 126 views

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Yes I know I'm totally late to the party

but this band is awesome.

I finally got a round to getting their discography after being a casual fan of the hit songs, and I am loving them. So far I've listened through Meddle, Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here, Animals, The Wall, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, The Division Bell, and I am currently listening through The Final Cut.

As it stands, Wish You Were Here and The Division Bell are my favourites, but all have been fantastic.

And as a bonus, I've got a like-new vinyl copy of Wish You Were Here waiting for me at the local record store. :D

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Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Posted by The Xinlo , Oct 06 2012 · 115 views

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On vinyl. B-)

Bit not worth it maybe, $22 for a beat-up copy, that's pretty scratched... but it was a gift for my dad, and now I get to listen to it whenever.

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The Person That Is Xinlo

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Name: Lachlan

Age: Nineteen

Country: Canada

Hobbies: Guitar, Bass Music, Drawing, Drafting, Lego, Model Kits, Internet, Xbox, My Little Pony

Genres: Thrash Metal, Progressive Rock/Metal, Alternative Rock, Blues, Jazz Fusion, Classical, Solo Piano

Bands I've Seen Live

In order of date:

-Boys Like Girls
-Avril Lavigne

GIGANTOUR 2012 (Feb)
-Lacuna Coil

-Trans-Siberian Orchestra


-Dream Theater


Albums Owned (Hard Copies)

-Permanent Vacation
-Pump (Vinyl)

The Alan Parsons Project:
-Tales Of Mystery And Imagination
-I-Robot (Vinyl)
-Pyramid (Vinyl)
-Eve (Vinyl)
-The Turn Of A Friendly Card (Vinyl)
-Eye In The Sky (Vinyl)
-Ammonia Avenue (Vinyl)
-Vulture Culture (Vinyl)
-Stereotomy (Vinyl)
-Gaudi (Vinyl)

The All-American Rejects:
-The All-American Rejects
-Move Along
-When The World Comes Down
-Kids In The Street (Deluxe)

Alter Bridge:

-Alternative 4 (Vinyl)
-A Fine Day To Exit
-A Natural Disaster

-Spreading The Disease
-Among The Living
-Persistence Of Time
-Worship Music
-Worship Music (Orange Vinyl)

Art Of Dying:
-Vices And Virtues

-Heat Of The Moment (Single, Vinyl)
-Asia (Vinyl)
-Alpha (Vinyl)
-Astra (Vinyl)
-Then & Now
-XXX (Vinyl)
-Gravitas (Special Edition)

Avenged Sevenfold:
-City Of Evil
-Nightmare (2LP Vinyl)
-Hail To The King

Avril Lavigne:
-Let Go
-The Best D*** Thing (Japanese Import)

The Beatles:
-Rubber Soul (Vinyl)
-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Vinyl)
-Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (Cassette)
-Abbey Road (Vinyl)

Billy Talent:
-Billy Talent
-Billy Talent II
-Billy Talent III
-Dead Silence

Black Sabbath
-Paranoid (Vinyl)
-Vol. 4
-Greatest Hits, 1970 - 1978

-Boston (Vinyl)
-Don't Look Back (Vinyl)
-Amanda (Single, Vinyl)
-Third Stage (Cassette)
-Walk On (Cassette)

Breaking Benjamin:
-We Are Not Alone
-Dear Agony

Bruce Dickinson:
-Tattooed Millionaire (Cassette Tape)

-Mirage (Vinyl)
-Moonmadness (Vinyl)
-Breathless (Vinyl)
-Stationary Traveller (Vinyl)
-Nude (Vinyl)
-The Single Factor (Vinyl)

Chris de Burgh:
-The Getaway (Vinyl)

Chris Squire:
-Fish Out Of Water (Vinyl)

Coheed & Cambria:
-In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3
-In Keeping Secrets Of Silent Earth: 3 (Vinyl)
-Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: Volume One - From Fear Through The Eyes Of Madness
-Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: Volume Two - No World For Tomorrow
-Good Apollo, I'm Burning Star IV: Volume Two - No World For Tomorrow (Vinyl)
-Year Of The Black Rainbow
-The Afterman: Ascension
-The Afterman: Ascension (Vinyl)
-The Afterman: Descension
-The Afterman (Silver/Gold Vinyl)

The Cure:

Death Angel:
-Act III
-The Dream Calls For Blood (2LP Vinyl)

Deep Purple:
-Machine Head (Vinyl)
-Machine Head
-Deepest Purple: The Absolute Best Of Deep Purple

Dennis DeYoung:
-Desert Moon (Vinyl)

-Holy Diver
-Sacred Heart (Vinyl)
-Master Of The Moon (Picture Vinyl)

Dire Straits
-Love Over Gold (Vinyl)

-Ten Thousand Fists
-The Lost Children

Dream Theater:
-When Dream And Day Unite
-Images And Words
-Images And Words (Cassette)
-A Change Of Seasons [EP]
-Falling Into Infinity
-Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory
-Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes From A Memory (Limited Edition Vinyl)
-Six Degrees Of Inner Turbulence
-Train Of Thought
-Black Clouds & Silver Linings (3-Disc Special Edition)
-A Dramatic Turn Of Events (Special Edition DVD)
-A Dramatic Turn Of Events (2LP Vinyl)
-Dream Theater
-Dream Theater (2LP Vinyl)

Electric Light Orchestra:
-Discovery (Vinyl)
-Out Of The Blue (2LP Vinyl)

Emerson, Lake & Palmer:
-Emerson, Lake & Palmer (Vinyl)
-Tarkus (Vinyl)
-Trilogy (Vinyl)
-Brain Salad Surgery (Vinyl)
-Welcome Back My Friends, To The Show That Never Ends - Ladies And Gentlemen (3LP Vinyl)
-Works: Volume 1 (2LP Vinyl)
-Works: Volume 2 (Vinyl)

Fates Warning:
-No Exit (Cassette Tape)

-Foreigner (Vinyl)
-Double Vision (Vinyl)
-4 (Vinyl)

-Trespass (Vinyl)
-Nursery Cryme (Vinyl)
-Foxtrot (Vinyl)
-Genesis Live (Vinyl)
-Selling England By The Pound (Vinyl)
-The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway (2LP Vinyl)
-A Trick Of The Tail (Vinyl)
-Wind & Wuthering (Vinyl)
-...And Then There Were Three... (Vinyl)
-Misunderstanding (Single, Vinyl)
-Duke (Vinyl)
-Abacab (Vinyl)
-Genesis (Vinyl)
-Invisible Touch (Vinyl)
-Invisible Touch (Cassette)
-We Can't Dance (Cassette)
-Calling All Stations

-The Oracle

Green Day:
-American Id**t

The Guess Who:
-The Greatest Of The Guess Who (Vinyl)

H*** Or Highwater:
-Begin Again

Iron Maiden:
-The Number Of The Beast (Remastered)
-Piece Of Mind (Remastered)
-Piece Of Mind (Vinyl)
-Powerslave (Picture Vinyl)
-Live After Death (2LP Picture Vinyl)
-Somewhere In Time (Cassette)
-Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Cassette)
-Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son (Picture Vinyl)
-Somewhere Back In Time: The Best Of 1980-1989
-The Final Frontier
-The Final Frontier (2LP Vinyl Picture Disc)

Jethro Tull:
-Aqualung (Vinyl)
-Thick As A Brick (Vinyl)
-A Passion Play (Vinyl)
-M.U. - The Best Of Jethro Tull (Vinyl)

Jimi Hendrix
-Winterland: The Jimi Hendrix Experience

-Evolution (Vinyl)
-Separate Ways (Single, Vinyl)
-Departure (Vinyl)

Judas Priest:
-Screaming For Vengeance (Vinyl)
-Turbo (Cassette)

-Last Fair Deal Gone Down
-Viva Emptiness (Vinyl)
-Viva Emptiness (Anti-Utopian MMXIII Edition)
-Night Is The New Day (Tour Edition)
-Dead End Kings

King Crimson:
-In The Court Of The Crimson King (Vinyl)
-Starless And Bible Black (Vinyl)
-Larks' TOngues In Aspic (Vinyl)
-Discipline (Vinyl)
-Beat (Vinyl)

Lacuna Coil:
-Dark Adrenaline
-Broken Crown Halo

Led Zeppelin:
-Led Zeppelin III (Cassette)
-Led Zeppelin IV

Lobate Scarp:
-Time And Space

Logan Carlstrom:
-Logan Carlstrom

Machinae Supremacy:
-A View From The End Of The World
-Rise Of A Digital Nation
-Phantom Shadow

-Misplaced Childhood (Vinyl)
-Garden Party Live (12-inch Single Vinyl)
-Brave (2LP Vinyl)
-Crash Course

The Mars Volta:
-De-Loused In The Comatorium

The Mayfield Four:
-Second SKin

Meat Loaf:
-Bat Out Of H*** (Cassette)

-Killing Is My Business... (Original Uncensored Vinyl)
-Killing Is My Business... (Remastered)
-Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? (Remastered)
-So Far, So Good... So What! (Remastered)
-So Far, So Good... So What! (Vinyl)
-So Far, So Good... So What! (Picture Vinyl)
-Rust In Peace
-Countdown To Extinction (Remastered)
-Youthanasia (Remastered)
-Hidden Treasures EP
-Cryptic Writings (Special Edition Cassette)
-Cryptic Writings (Remastered)
-The World Needs A Hero
-United Abominations

Metal Church:
-The Human Factor
-This Present Wasteland

-Ride The Lightning
-Master Of Puppets
-Master Of Puppets (Picture Vinyl)
-...And Justice For All (2LP Vinyl)
-...And Justice For All
-Metallica (The Black Album)
-S&M With the San-Francisco Orchestra (3LP Vinyl)
-St. Anger
-Death Magnetic
-Through The Never Live (Vinyl Single)
-Beyond Magnetic [EP]

-Life In Cartoon Motion

Albums Owned (Hard Copies; Cont.d)

-Greatest Hits

-Oceanborn (Collector's Edition)
-Dark Passion Play
-Imaginaerum (2CD Special Edition)

Mike Oldfield:
-Tubular Bells (Vinyl)

-Heritage (Special Edition DVD)

-The Electric Age

Ozzy Osbourne:
-Blizzard Of Ozz
-No More Tears (Cassette)

Peter Gabriel:
-Peter Gabriel (Car) (Vinyl)
-Peter Gabriel (Security) (Vinyl)
-So (Vinyl)
-Shaking The Tree

Phil Collins:
-Face Value
-Face Value (Vinyl)
-No Jacket Required (Vinyl)
-Dance Into The Light

Pink Floyd:
-Atom Heart Mother (Cassette)
-Meddle (Cassette)
-Dark Side Of The Moon (Vinyl)
-Wish You Were Here (Vinyl)
-Animals (Vinyl)
-Animals (Cassette)
-The Final Cut (Cassette)
-A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (Cassette)
-A Momentary Lapse Of Reason
-The Division Bell (Blue Cassette)
-The Division Bell (Blue Vinyl)

The Police:
-King Of Pain (Single, Vinyl)
-Synchronicity (Cassette)

-Prism (Vinyl)
-See Forever Eyes (Vinyl)
-Armageddon (Vinyl)

-Sheer Heart Attack (Vinyl)
-Under Pressure (Single, Vinyl)

-Queensryche [EP] (Vinyl)
-Rage For Order (Vinyl)
-Empire (Cassette)
-Promised Land

Rage Against The Machine:


REO Speedwagon:
-Hi Infidelity (Vinyl)
-The Hits

-Rush (Vinyl)
-Fly By Night (Vinyl)
-Fly By Night
-Caress Of Steel
-Archives (3LP Vinyl)
-2112 (Vinyl)
-A Show Of Hands (2LP Vinyl)
-A Farewell To Kings (Vinyl)
-A Farewell To Kings
-Permanent Waves
-Moving Pictures
-Exit... Stage Left (2LP Vinyl)
-Signals (Vinyl)
-Grace Under Pressure (Vinyl)
-Power Windows (Vinyl)
-Power Windows
-Hold Your Fire
-Roll The Bones (Cassette)
-Roll The Bones
-Counterparts (Cassette)
-Test For Echo
-Vapour Trails
-Snakes And Arrows
-Time Machine (Live In Cleveland 2011)
-Clockwork Angels
-Clockwork Angels (2LP Vinyl)
-The Garden (Single; 10" Record Store Day Picture Vinyl)
-Vapour Trails (Remixed)
-Clockwork Angels Tour (3CD)

Schramm & Kvarnström:
-Dolphin Dance

The Scorpions:

-Holding Onto Strings Better Left To Fray

The Smashing Pumpkins
-Mellon Collie & The Infinite Sadness
-Siamese Dream

-Seasons In The Abyss

-Starcastle (Vinyl)
-Fountain Of Light (Vinyl)
-Citadel (Vinyl)

-Styx II (Vinyl)
-Equinox (Vinyl)
-Crystal Ball (Vinyl)
-The Grand Illusion (Vinyl)
-The Grand Illusion (Cassette)
-Pieces Of Eight (Vinyl)
-Pieces Of Eight
-Cornerstone (Vinyl)
-Cornerstone (Cassette)
-Paradise Theatre (Vinyl)
-Kilroy Was Here (Vinyl)
-Kilroy Was Here (Cassette)
-Soundtrack Of Summer (w/ Foreigner)

-Crisis? What Crisis? (Vinyl)
-Even In The Quietest Moments... (Vinyl)
-Breakfast In America (Vinyl)
-...Famous Last Words... (Vinyl)

Swallow The Sun:

System Of A Down:

-The Great Radio Controversy (Vinyl)

Thin Lizzy:
-Jailbreak (Vinyl)

-Toto (Vinyl)
-Toto IV (Vinyl)
-Hydra (Vinyl)

-Kaleidoscope (2CD Special Edition)
-Kaleidoscope (3LP Vinyl)

Uriah Heep:
-Abominog (Vinyl)

-Chariots Of Fire (Vinyl)
-The Friends Of Mr. Cairo [With Jon Anderson] (Vinyl)

-Rock The Rebel/Metal The Devil
-Beyond H***/Above Heaven
-Live From Beyond H***/Above Heaven (3-disc/DVD Special Edition, signed copy)
-Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies (Deluxe Edition)

Roger Waters:
-Amused To Death (Cassette)

Andrew Lloyd Webber:
-Jesus Christ Superstar (vinyl)

The Who:
-Who's Next? (Vinyl)

-Greatest (Vinyl)

-The Yes Album (Remastered)
-Fragile (Vinyl)
-Fragile (Remastered and Expanded)
-Close To The Edge (Vinyl)
-Close To The Edge
-Yessongs (3LP Vinyl)
-Tales From Topographic Oceans (2LP Vinyl)
-Relayer (Vinyl)
-Going For The One (Vinyl)
-Tormato (Vinyl)
-Drama (Vinyl)
-90125 (Vinyl)
-Big Generator (Vinyl)
-Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe
-The Ladder (2LP Limited Numbered Edition Vinyl)
-Fly From Here
-Heaven And Earth

3 Doors Down:
-The Better Life

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