Educating Omand - Year Three Curriculum

In an effort to further her musical education, Susan Omand has been set "homework" of listening to albums released after the 1980s that she has missed out on. Year Three builds on what she learned in Year Two...

Yes, I know, I know. I'm late starting this year's education list but I have a good excuse... [no you don't - Ed] OK, no I don't but I'm here now and I'll do my best to catch up. Can someone lend me their class-notes? No? Oh well. 

It seems like Mr Ames, my tutor for last year (find that here) was so happy with my progress that he's decided to continue to further my education again this year. Looking at my required listening list this year, there are a few band names that I now recognise from previous years [so you must have learned something! - Ed] as well as several completely new to me and the odd [very odd - Ed] curveball - YAY Jamie Cullum! 

Follow along with this year's curriculum below and I'll share my workings with you as I go. Just no copying, ok?


Coheed & Cambria - In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth 3 (Read the Review Here)
Dear Hunter - Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading. (Read the Review Here)
Brand New - Deja Entendu (Read the Review Here)
Periphery - 3: Select Difficulty (Read the Review Here)
Bring Me the Horizon - Sempiternal (Read the Review Here)
Protest the Hero - Volition (Read the Review Here)
The Prize Fighter Inferno - My Brother’s Blood Machine (Read the Review Here)
NF - The Search (Read the Review Here)
Jamie Cullum - Twentysomething (Read the Review Here)
Twelve Foot Ninja - Silent Machine (Read the Review Here)
Yellowcard - Ocean Ave. (Read the Review Here)
Scott Weiland - 12 Bar Blues (Read the Review Here)
Panic! At the Disco - Death of a Bachelor (Read the Review Here)
Have Mercy - A Place Of Our Own (Read the Review Here)
Balmorhea - Constellations (Read the Review Here)
Cake - Fashion Nugget (Read the Review Here)
Circa Survive - Blue Sky Noise (Read the Review Here)
Coheed & Cambria - The Afterman: Ascension and Descension (Read the Review Here)