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18th Jan '16 12:43:43 AM AussieEvil
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* [[VideoGame/FreQuency Amplitude 2016]]'s campaign mode tracks are an in-house concept album based around brain surgery, synesthesia, and nanotechnology.
14th Jan '16 11:15:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* Most of KoolKeith's discography.
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* Most of KoolKeith's Music/KoolKeith's discography.
14th Jan '16 8:41:06 AM JTRager
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14th Jan '16 8:40:07 AM JTRager
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* Music/TheOcean came out with Heliocentric and Anthropocentric, a two-part scathing critique of religion. The former is focused on history and the treatment of heretics by the church. The latter is focused on apologetics more. ** Pelagial is another concept album, originally written as an instrumental depicting diving deeper and deeper into the ocean. When vocals were added, it became a metaphor of exploring the self through some Freud-like themes.

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* Music/TheOcean has written Precambrian, a concept album about '''the entire geological history of the Earth'''.
10th Jan '16 8:37:11 PM JTRager
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* Music/CultOfLuna has Vertikal, an album based on {{Film/Metropolis}}.
6th Jan '16 7:33:03 AM CassandraLeo
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* ''Transgender Dysphoria Blues'' by Music/AgainstMe, about ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Also a case of WriteWhatYouKnow, since singer Laura Jane Grace is transgender.
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* ''Transgender Dysphoria Blues'' by Music/AgainstMe, about ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Also a case of WriteWhatYouKnow, since singer Laura Jane Grace is transgender.transgender, though some aspects of the album are fictionalised.
6th Jan '16 7:29:39 AM CassandraLeo
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* ''Transgender Dysphoria Blues'' by Music/AgainstMe, about ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin. Also a case of WriteWhatYouKnow, since singer Laura Jane Grace is transgender.
3rd Jan '16 4:35:19 PM PrincessTogezo
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* ''Ark 2'', the only album released by Flaming Youth (Music/PhilCollins' first band) is about humanity evacuating into space because Earth is dying.
31st Dec '15 8:00:39 AM CassandraLeo
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* Similar to ''Music/TheFinalCut'' above, PunkRock band Music/{{Crass}} were inspired by UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar to release a holistic critique of everything they saw as wrong with British society at the time, reflecting the band members' belief that all political struggles were interrelated (a concept referred to in academia as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intersectionality intersectionality]]). Reflecting this, the album was composed and performed as a single song with only a division between vinyl sides (and even this was cross-stitched on CD releases of the album); to this day it remains the longest punk song ever recorded. Reflecting the band's [[UsefulNotes/{{Anarchism}} anarchist]] sentiments, the album's lyrics critique aspects of society such as [[ReligionRantSong religion]], [[WarIsHell war]], [[CapitalismIsBad capitalism]], sexism, government, [[AntiPoliceSong police brutality]], censorship, and punk itself. The album closes with an appeal to the listener to take direct action. Penny Rimbaud explained:
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* Similar to ''Music/TheFinalCut'' above, PunkRock band Music/{{Crass}} were inspired by UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar to release a holistic critique of everything they saw as wrong with British society at the time, reflecting the band members' belief that all political struggles were interrelated (a concept referred to in academia as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intersectionality intersectionality]]). Reflecting this, the album ''Yes Sir, I Will'' was composed and performed as a single song with only a division between vinyl sides (and even this was cross-stitched on CD releases of the album); to this day it remains [[EpicRocking the longest punk song ever recorded.recorded]]. Reflecting the band's [[UsefulNotes/{{Anarchism}} anarchist]] sentiments, the album's lyrics critique aspects of society such as [[ReligionRantSong religion]], [[WarIsHell war]], [[CapitalismIsBad capitalism]], sexism, government, [[AntiPoliceSong police brutality]], censorship, and punk itself. The album closes with an appeal to the listener to take direct action. Penny Rimbaud explained:
30th Dec '15 11:44:06 PM CassandraLeo
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* Similar to ''Music/TheFinalCut'' above, PunkRock band Crass were inspired by UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar to release a holistic critique of everything they saw as wrong with British society at the time, reflecting the band members' belief that all political struggles were interrelated (a concept referred to in academia as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intersectionality intersectionality]]). Reflecting this, the album was composed and performed as a single song with only a division between vinyl sides (and even this was cross-stitched on CD releases of the album); to this day it remains the longest punk song ever recorded. Reflecting the band's [[UsefulNotes/{{Anarchism}} anarchist]] sentiments, the album's lyrics critique aspects of society such as [[ReligionRantSong religion]], [[WarIsHell war]], [[CapitalismIsBad capitalism]], sexism, government, [[AntiPoliceSong police brutality]], censorship, and punk itself. The album closes with an appeal to the listener to take direct action. Penny Rimbaud explained:
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* Similar to ''Music/TheFinalCut'' above, PunkRock band Crass Music/{{Crass}} were inspired by UsefulNotes/TheFalklandsWar to release a holistic critique of everything they saw as wrong with British society at the time, reflecting the band members' belief that all political struggles were interrelated (a concept referred to in academia as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intersectionality intersectionality]]). Reflecting this, the album was composed and performed as a single song with only a division between vinyl sides (and even this was cross-stitched on CD releases of the album); to this day it remains the longest punk song ever recorded. Reflecting the band's [[UsefulNotes/{{Anarchism}} anarchist]] sentiments, the album's lyrics critique aspects of society such as [[ReligionRantSong religion]], [[WarIsHell war]], [[CapitalismIsBad capitalism]], sexism, government, [[AntiPoliceSong police brutality]], censorship, and punk itself. The album closes with an appeal to the listener to take direct action. Penny Rimbaud explained:
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