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Jorn returns with possibly worst album title ever


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When i read that title i thought the same thing.I have totally lost track of this guy! I bought "Out to every Nation" after all the reviews, and after spinning it a few times couldnt understand the hype.. dreary and plodding. Then it hit me and it was amazing. i bought "The Duke" then and gave it time, but it never got past dreary. After that ive sampled every album but none seem to do a single thing for me. You gotta give it to him in consistency of providing the same sound and a record or two every year.

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In saying that.... he does release the same stuff over and over

 

Starfire (2000)

Worldchanger (2001)

Out to Every Nation (2004)

The Duke (2006)

Live In America (2007) - Live.. obviously

The Gathering (2007) - Rereleased tracks

Unlocking The Past (2007)- Covers

Lonely Are the Brave (2008)

Dukebox (2009) - best of

Spirit Black (2009)

Dio (2010) - covers

Live in Black (2011) - live...

Bring Heavy Rock To The Land (2012)

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The title even looks crap on the cover.

 

:agree:

 

Don't like the cover, don't like the title ... good job I'm no Jorn fan. I find most of his albums have the odd decent tune, but also lots of filler. :whistle:

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The title even looks crap on the cover.

 

:agree:

 

Don't like the cover, don't like the title ... good job I'm no Jorn fan. I find most of his albums have the odd decent tune, but also lots of filler. :whistle:

 

I agree there's usually a few sweet tracks on his albums. I sure won't rush out to get this but I'll hear it one day. I expect there to be a handful of good tracks. It's funny how I saw the name a little while back and also thought it to be probably the most dreadful I've heard.

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Hope it's less than 100 MB...

I don't understand. Why does that matter?

 

Quality over quantity :whistle:

 

Yeah, but that's not an accurate comparison. File size does not denote the amount of tracks an album may have.

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Hope it's less than 100 MB...

I don't understand. Why does that matter?

 

Quality over quantity :whistle:

 

Yeah, but that's not an accurate comparison. File size does not denote the amount of tracks an album may have.

 

It's just a "kourosteelenian" empirical evaluation tool.Not valid,nor its data-set follows the normal distribution. :D

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