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Re: Lockdown Recording using MP1
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Does Cirith Ungol still exist? They were pretty amazing back in the day, I really liked it although they got really bad reviews when their first album came out.
Yeah I read that too, considered to be one of the worst metal bands of all time or something like that.

Personally I loved their albums.  Mind you one of them sounds like the guitar was recorded direct to the desk without any speakers.  Some I still love it!!

AS far as I know they exist in a live context only.  And it's a few of the original guys and some later members.

OH I stand corrected they released an album last Month!!  :o  First album since 1991 apparently.  I must check it out as I too love their other work.  Very unique band.
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Re: Lockdown Recording using MP1
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Love Cirith Ungol too!  Not sure, but I believe it's just the original singer at this point....
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And the drummer  :P

My fav album is still the first one, it was very special back in the day and still is IMO. Still have the first 3 albums on vinyl.
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And the drummer  :P

My fav album is still the first one, it was very special back in the day and still is IMO. Still have the first 3 albums on vinyl.
Yeah I knew there was more than one original guy.  I think another guy has been there since the 80's though. I must check out the new album.
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Re: Lockdown Recording using MP1
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Checked the new album, way different than the first one but still good.
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What's it like compared to the second and third?
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I just  send the (4) albums (MP-3) to you through We transfer, so you can compare yourself.
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