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sygin
Posted: Sunday, June 16, 2013 10:47:08 AM

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There's so many... Manson's Mechanical Animals, Madonna's Ray of light and Robert Downey Jr Futurist I think are the ones I return most to listen all the tracks.
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Wow, that's hard to say because I have so many, but I have been playing Kate Bush's 'Hounds of Love' album a lot recently.

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exile on main street - rolling stones

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rocks - aerosmith

or

damn the torpedoes - tom petty
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Pink Floyd-Wish You Were Here



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Nikki703 wrote:


How about

Meddle



which showed the evolution of the band from an underground pyschedelic band to a real creative force. And


LOVE this album. I have Echoes on my current playlist (Breathe too). This was on constant rotation in my college daze.

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Impossible question. If I HAD to choose: U2 - Achtung Baby.

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Eagles are great and everything, but just not my favorite....This was hard choice for me cause I like so much music. But I settled with this for favorite album...It's their reunion, live and Has hands down the best "Hotel Cali" ever.

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Pink Floyd Darkside of the Moon closely followed by Pink Floyd Echoes.
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homealone71 wrote:








Eagles are great and everything, but just not my favorite....This was hard choice for me cause I like so much music. But I settled with this for favorite album...It's their reunion, live and Has hands down the best "Hotel Cali" ever.


great choice

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oh wow... SO hard to choose! i'm gonna go with purple rain. i've been listening to it since grade school.

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Abbey Road - The Beatles
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AC/DC Back in Black
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Portishead by portishead

Always had a strange affinity to Monster by REM even though its not one of their best by a long way
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There are quite a few albums that I thoroughly enjoy and keep getting back to, but it's rather hard for me to come up with definitive 'favorites'. I even have a pretty hard time picking up a favorite album within the same band/artist; each album usually has its own unique mood and flavor.

Anyway, here's a very partial collection of a few albums I consider remarkable:

(Note: You can click on the covers for YouTube links, when available)


Are You Experienced? - Jimi Hendrix (1967)




Rubber Soul - The Beatles (1965)




Meddle - Pink Floyd (1971)




Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull (1972)




The Doors - The Doors (1967)




Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - Neil Young (1969)




Disraeli Gears - Cream (1967)




II - Led Zeppelin (1969)




Fireball - Deep Purple (1971)




Live at Leeds - The Who (1970)




The Power to Believe - King Crimson (2003)




End Hits - Fugazi (1998)




The Gray Race - Bad Religion (1996)




Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - The Smashing Pumpkins (1995)




By the Way - Red Hot Chili Peppers (2002)




Harmacy - Sebadoh (1996)




Bossanova - The Pixies (1990)




The Beauty Process - L7 (1997)




Uh Huh Her - PJ Harvey (2004)




Passover - The Black Angels (2006)




The Iron Horse - The Sound Defects (2008)




Lightning at the Door - All Them Witches (2013)




Drie - The Machine (2010)




The No 6 Dance - Five Horse Johnson (2001)




A Night in the Arms of Venus - Cherry Choke (2011)




Long Distance Trip - Samsara Blues Experiment (2010)




Dopes to Infinity - Monster Magnet (1995)




King of the Road - Fu Manchu (1999)




Welcome to Sky Valley - Kyuss (1994)




Zen Arcade - Husker Du (1984)




Rocket to Russia - Ramones (1977)




Nevermind the Bollocks - Sex Pistols (1977)

Varrick
Posted: Friday, September 4, 2015 5:31:14 AM

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Too many to choose, but I’m very fond of London Calling by The Clash, Physical Graffiti by Led Zeppelin, and The Queen is Dead by The Smiths.
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Posted: Wednesday, November 11, 2015 4:02:40 PM

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I can't bring myself to say just one....

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

KT Tunstall - Eye To The Telescope & Invisible Empire//Crescent Moon

The Hoosiers - News From Nowhere

The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell

Walk Off The Earth - R.E.V.O.

Gabrielle Aplin - English Rain

Emeli Sande - Our Version Of Events

Lights - Little Machines

Sophie Ellis-Bextor - Wanderlust

Straight No Chaser - Under The Influence

Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms

Queen - Greatest Hits (Okay, so I know it is a compilation, but still, I can't choose just one album)

The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band

Coldplay - A Rush Of Blood To The Head

Jeff Wayne's War Of The Worlds

Insert something witty here.
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