Albums of the year 2005


5. Dez. 2005, 16:05

my faves:
Opeth - Ghost Reveries
The Mars Volta - Frances the Mute
Kate Bush - Aerial
Meshuggah - Catch ThirtyThree

worth a mention:
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing
dredg - Catch without Arms
James LaBrie - Elements of Persuasion
Dark Tranquillity - Character
Dream Theater - Octavarium
Bon Jovi -Have a Nice Day


  • SimpatiK

    My fav is: Mew - And the Glass Handed Kites Porcupine Tree's Deadwing on #2

    5. Dez. 2005, 16:18
  • JonnyJonson

    1. Deadwing 2. Francis The Mute 3. Octavarium Well thats how id have it but im still lovin opeth and Kate Bush...

    5. Dez. 2005, 16:49
  • MySweetShadow

    Out of those, Catch without Arms and Frances The Mute would have to be the best in my opinion, but I love Bon Jovi all the same.

    5. Dez. 2005, 17:17
  • Jasmic

    I have just got Snow Borne Sorrow by Nine Horses who are in fact David Sylvian, his brother Steve Jansen and a guy called Burnt Friedman. In a year which has seen my music collection expand with some brilliant music this one stands out for me.

    5. Dez. 2005, 18:12
  • deathloop

    in death is death. death is life.. [][][] kate bush opeth bon jovi HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA ahhhhhhhhhh.

    6. Dez. 2005, 2:08
  • pawelzet

    You're forgeting exceptional incredible Riverside - Second Life Syndrome. Also new Arena is pretty impressive. One of my favorites would be probably widely unrecognizable Albion - Wabiac Cienie, it is Polish band that has recently came back after 8 years with a stunning piece of beautiful music. Moreover new releases of Pain of Salvation, DT and Opeth.

    6. Dez. 2005, 10:03
  • prla

    I second pawelzet's comment about Riverside. This band has some serious class going on and after debutting in incredible shape last year with Out of Myself, the new album out a couple of months ago is just unbelievable all the same. I can't wait for the final installment of the trilogy whenever they write, record and release it. Anyway, by reading their influences from the band member profiles and influences at their website ( it's no wonder they sound the way they do and that they rock so much. I just wish they had a bit more exposition and toured more extensively.

    6. Dez. 2005, 12:44
  • xErasedCitizenx

    i'd say 1- dredg and 2- dream theater. although octavarium aint that oustanding, I just don't know the rest of them that well.

    6. Dez. 2005, 18:44
  • snowdog62

    thanks for the comments, :-) I'll check out some of the other suggestions, especially Riverside.

    6. Dez. 2005, 19:11
  • marsipan

    Monolake - Polygon Cities

    7. Dez. 2005, 0:24
  • gangstayoda

    riverside fits on that list. so does petrucci's solo cd. neal morse's ? may be worth checking out too , since you're into prog.

    16. Dez. 2005, 5:36
  • prla

    Somehow I never got much into Neal Morse's stuff and that includes Transatlantic with Mike Portnoy. But, as gangstayoda has put it, Neal Morse's ? was quite a positive surprise (well, if you put aside the lyrical content that is... at least for me). And it's got Portnoy on drums too, so... ;)

    16. Dez. 2005, 15:55
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