18:27 - Erik M. She's also very much against GMO's, for example. Well, what a lot of people don't know is that A LOT of food is genetically manipulated by humans over the last (ten)thousands of years. She's ignorant while she thinks she's not
18:22 - Monolithic I still agree with her on stuff related to spirituality. But like all skeptics around me, I'd take it with a pinch of salt. xD
18:19 - Erik M. It's fine to assume the government is covering up stuff, but she acts like she's 100% sure of the stuff that's apparently happening and calls everyone who doesn't know sheep (and blind).
18:17 - Monolithic Thieves using the egg and water mixture to stop cars and steal them. We actually tried that ourselves one day at a chemistry session and the windscreen was easily cleaned even without using the wiper which is thick.
18:15 - Erik M. What do you refer to that was debunked? Chemtrails and that sort of stuff? Her being a total conspiracy nut makes me like her a lot less. Actually, I don't really like her at all. Especially after that discussion I had with her.
Thanks! And yeah it definitely needs a bit more from that department, trouble with me is though I rarely enjoy Black metal as it is, let alone get a sense of atmosphere from it. I'll be sure to check those two out.
PS if you've got Alan Parsons up there (AVP is a phenomenal album by the way) you might as well add The Project's Tales.... Atmospheric as fuuuck.
Never would have put you as an Parsons fan! AVP isn't very highly regarded but I can hardly not enjoy it's electronic/prog randomness (especially with Cleese at the end for some reason). That's my favourite by Alan Parsons but because 'The Project' is a different band I can't see why I shouldn't add that one too ('Tales' is definitely atmospheric in every sense of the word)
Absolutely amazing list. When I saw Andromeda I knew this deserved a thumbs up.
Wow thanks a lot! I think "Chimera" is their most atmospheric album though "Extension of the Wish" is my favourite from them. Really smooth prog sound with excellent vocals, especially on tracks like "The Hidden Riddle."
Dripping atmosphere by the buckets. Truly great album, and one that fits here methinks.
I'll need to listen this one more fully, from that piece you've shown me it seems to be very atmospheric. It reminds me vaguely of another band, but I can't put my finger on who it is at the moment.
Thanks muchly for the suggestion.
Perhaps some of Haggard's albums would have room on here?
Haven't heard their material for years. Needless to say they didn't leave much of a positive impression on me then, as I haven't listened beyond one of their albums. Eppur Si Muove it was. I think I'll have to revisit them at some point though, thanks for the suggestion.