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Your All-Time Favorite Albums

  1. Dec 6, 2008 #1
    Surprised there wasn't a thread on this! :surprised

    Here's my list (The order is not particularly meaningful):

    The Beatles: Abbey Road

    Charles Mingus: The Black Saint And The Sinner Lady -- Let My Children Hear Music -- Mingus Ah Um

    The Mars Volta: Deloused In The Comatorium -- Frances The Mute

    Jan Dukes De Grey: Mice And Rats In The Loft

    Frank Zappa: Hot Rats -- The Grand Wazoo

    At The Drive-In: Relationship Of Command

    Black Sabbath: Paranoid

    Brainiac: Bonsai Superstar -- Hissing Prigs In Static Culture

    Comus: First Utterance

    Death From Above 1979: You're A Woman, I'm A Machine -- Heads Up!

    Oxbow: An Evil Heat -- Serenade In Red

    The Desert Sessions: Volumes I & II

    Jimi Hnedrix: Electric Ladyland

    Kayo Dot: Choirs Of The Eye

    La Maquina De Hacer Pajaros: La Maquina De Hacer Pajaros

    Mclusky: Do Dallas -- The Difference Between You And Me Is That I'm Not On Fire

    Nirvana: In Utero

    NOFX: Ribbed -- White Trash, Two Heebs, And A Bean -- 45 Or 46 Songs That Weren't Good Enough To Be On Our Other Records

    Pixies: Surfer Rosa -- Tromp Le Monde

    Radiohead: Kid A / Amnesiac -- In Rainbows

    Tera Melos: Tera Melos -- Drugs To The Dear Youth

    Weezer: Pinkerton

    Queens Of The Stone Age: Queens Of The Stone Age -- Songs For The Deaf

    Anyone here use Rateyourmusic much? this is me there: http://rateyourmusic.com/~Noam_GR [Broken]

    Awesome place to find new music.
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  3. Dec 6, 2008 #2
    Yes ..... Yes Songs

    Joe Satriani.... The Satch Tapes

    Rolling Stones.... Sticky Fingers

    The Police.... Reggatta de Blanc

    Eh gads, so many more..and they are all my favorite.
  4. Dec 6, 2008 #3

    George Jones

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    Yes, there are so many ...

    The Beatles Revolver

    The Beatles Abbey Road

    Supertramp Crime of the Century

    Stan Rogers Between the Breaks ... Live!

    Great Big Sea Play
  5. Dec 6, 2008 #4
    Who would of thought a Canadian Celtic-rock band would be so good? I agree George, Great Big Sea is right up there with the best.
  6. Dec 6, 2008 #5

    George Jones

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    Twelve years ago (1996 Freedom Festival), I saw them for free in Windsor in a park on the Detroit River.
  7. Dec 6, 2008 #6
    Kamelot - The Black Halo (and just about everything else written by them)

    Iron Maiden - Brave New World

    Sonata Arctica - Winterheart's Guild

    Gamma Ray - No World Order
  8. Dec 6, 2008 #7

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    The Clash-The Clash
    Joy Division-Unknown Pleasures
    The Bats-Daddy's Highway
    They Might be Giants-Flood (but last year's "The Else" might just take over)
    Big Black-Poor man's 8-track tape
    Glen Gould playing JS Bach's Goldberg Variations (1961 recording)
    Bob Dylan-pick one of his first three albums...hmm... OK, Highway 61 revisited
    Greg Brown-Dream Cafe
    Sex Pistols-Nevermind the Bollocks
    Pixies-any album
    The Specials-The Specials
    The Chills-Submarine Bells

    This could go on all day!
  9. Dec 6, 2008 #8


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    Wire - pink flag
    Bob Dylan - bringing it all back home
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