23:53 - E.Mols86 Nevermind, I got it already. And with that, I'm off for tonight. See ya.
23:50 - LeKiwi English is a stupid language, I hate the ambiguity haha. I should have said sophomore and debut efforts? ugh..forget it :P
23:48 - E.Mols86 Well, I thought you were because you said "sophomore efforts", but fair enough. I can see why people think that's the case, and I might even agree. I just prefer the debut to it.
23:41 - LeKiwi No no, I wasn't comparing the first two to the last two, I was only referring to the first two albums :)
23:38 - E.Mols86 When it comes to folk doom, Empyrium's first two albums are truly the cream of the crop. But strangely you do enjoy Uaral which is also up there with Empyrium but has those awful growls. :P
23:36 - E.Mols86 You honestly can NOT compare the first two albums with the last two albums. The style is too different for that to do so. But yeah, many people seem to prefer Songs of Moors and Misty Fields. I think both are brilliant.
Disc I[Ki] 01. A Monday 02. Coast 03. Disruptr 04. Gato 05. Terminal 06. Heaven Send 07. Ain't Never Gonna Win... 08. Winter 09. Trainfire 10. Lady Helen 11. Ki 12. Quiet Riot 13. Demon League
Disc II[Addicted!] 01. Addicted! 02. Universe In A Ball! 03. Bend It Like Bender! 04. Supercrush! 05. Hyperdrive! 06. Resolve! 07. Ih-Ah! 08. The Way Home! 09. Numbered! 10. Awake!!
Disc III[Ghost (Remastered)] 01. Fly 02. Heart Baby 03. Feather 04. Kawaii 05. Ghost 06. Blackberry 07. Monsoon 08. Dark Matters 09. Texada 10. Seams 11. Infinite Ocean 12. As You Were
Disc IV[Deconstruction (Remastered)] 01. Praise The Lowered 02. Stand 03. Juular 04. Planet Of The Apes 05. Sumeria 06. The Might Masturbator 07. Pandemic 08. Deconstruction 09. Poltergeist
Disc V[Stuff That Was Almost Stuff] 01. Synchronicity Freaks [Ki bonus] 02. OM-2011 [New version] 03. Catwalk [Fucker rework][Instrumental] 04. Juno [Unreleased song] 05. Ho Krll [Deconstruction bonus] 06. Radial Highway [Ghost bonus] 07. Watch You [Ghost bonus] 08. Traestorz [Deconstruction demo track] 09. Sticks And Stones [Ki bonus]
Disc VI[Stuff That Was Stuff Before It Was Finished Stuff] 01. Coast [demo] 02. Disruptr [demo] 03. Gato Negro [demo] 04. Addicted [demo] 05. Numbered [demo] 06. Timmy [Awake! demo version] 07. Stand [demo] 08. Juular [demo] 09. Brown Man [demo] 10. Pandemic [demo] 11. Madd At My Dadd [demo] 12. Flies [Fly demo version] 13. Call Management [demo] 14. Freedom [Kawaii demo version] 15. Two Turntables And A Mike St-Jean [Kitchen Aid Mix by Dirk Verbeuren]
Disc VII[Stuff For Your Eyes - DVD 1] + Tuska Open Air Metal Festival, 2010 + NAMM 2011 Show + Coast [Promo] + Bend It Like Bender! [Promo] + Supercrush! [Promo] + Juular [Promo]
Disc VIII[Stuff For The Holes In Your Head (Except Your Mouth)] + Ki Production Commentary + Addicted Production Commentary + Deconstruction Production Commentary + Ghost Production Commentary + Live In The USA - 2010 + NAMM 2011 Performance - Anaheim Rough Mix + Deep Thoughts Videos + Devin Townsend's YouTube Videos + Make Your Own Mixes! ["Juular" and "Bend It Like Bender!" song stems]
Disc IX[Limited edition][Vinyl bonus] 01. Dinosaurs 02. A Ziltoidian Rapture
Additional info A boxset containing eight discs: all four of the "Devin Townsend Project" albums and four associated bonus discs.
3. Ghost (remastered)
4. Deconstruction (remastered)
5. Bonus Disc 1 - Stuff That Was Almost Stuff: Features all of the bonus tracks from the Devin Townsend Project sessions.
6. Bonus Disc 2 - Stuff That Was Stuff Before It Was Finished Stuff: Features the Devin Townsend Project session demos.
7. DVD 1: Contains live performances and all of the Devin Townsend Project promotional videos.
8. DVD 2: Features audio commentary on all four albums, live audio tracks, song stems for remixing and more.
9. Special 10" clear vinyl limited to 500 hand-numbered copies.