The Greatest Whole Album Ever

Going through some older posts, I was a bit shocked to see just how many submissions the original version of this had. Even the late Andrew Breitbart dropped by to submit a few, one of which I almost picked (Devo's debut album).

So, have at it. Name the best. And no best-ofs, we are talking straight studio albums. Best-ofs are glorified mix-tapes. Live albums are ok. Because. Anyway, I really expanded my collection off the 2011 version, and would love to do that some more. After a bit I'll check to see if one really stands out and update the post. My submission below the fold.

Above the fold update, and the morons are restless.
150 200 250 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 comments in, and counting: #1 Dark Side of the Moon, #2 Back in Black, #3 Led Zepplin IV, #4 Who's Next, #5 Joshua Tree, #6 London Calling, #7 Van Halen, #8 The Cars, #9 Purple Rain, #10 Appetite for Destruction,, with Honorable Mentions to: Quadrophenia, Synchronicity, Making Movies, Los Angeles (X), Bloodletting, Pet Sounds, Armed Forces, Yellow Brick Road, Revolver, Holy Diver, Paulie's Boutique, Hysteria, OK Computer, Violator, and In the Court of the Crimson King. Hundreds more great submissions below.

To me, Brian Eno and David Bryne in their prime can't be topped, so here is, IMO, as good as good can get:

Talking Heads' Fear of Music. Every single track works, especially Mind, Air, and Drugs.


Posted by: CAC at 06:18 PM



Comments

1
Nope.
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
or
Reign in Blood - Slayer

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:20 PM (zSUIk)

2
Without a doubt, the greatest whole album ever was "Who's Next". Every single song on that album is a classic.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at January 18, 2013 06:21 PM (+rSRq)

3 Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon. Arguably the greatest rock album of the 70s.

Posted by: OregonMuse at January 18, 2013 06:21 PM (9GaPd)

4 Concrete Blonde - Bloodletting

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:22 PM (qo8Ul)

5 Marillion-Misplaced Childhood

Posted by: RJChavez at January 18, 2013 06:22 PM (GXPMa)

6 Oh my! Steven Den Beste is in da house!

Posted by: OregonMuse at January 18, 2013 06:22 PM (9GaPd)

7 #1
Pick one, garrett. Both are great but you know one is better.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 06:22 PM (xRu5L)

8
You misspelled "ABBA"

Posted by: Comrade Arthur at January 18, 2013 06:23 PM (qkP36)

9 Pink Floyd..."Dark Side of the Moon" No question about it.

Posted by: Marti at January 18, 2013 06:23 PM (6Lobp)

10 I assume the rule is still no "Best of" or collection albums?

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 06:23 PM (arbYd)

11 Peter Gabriel So

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:23 PM (9KBWp)

12 Led Zeppelin IV

Posted by: Oswald at January 18, 2013 06:24 PM (5pi9n)

13 Frampton Comes Alive was huge when I was a kid and there isn't a lemon on the album. One of the best live albums ever, with Viva Roxy Music and the Outlaws Bringin' It Back Alive.

Posted by: spongeworthy at January 18, 2013 06:24 PM (r5w1L)

14 some Leonard Cohen to get the chicks depressed, then some Dylan to pep them up a bit, then Jethro Tull to make them Frisky


worked every time, it did; almost every time...............some of the time

Posted by: open the pod bay doors, HAL at January 18, 2013 06:24 PM (Dll6b)

15 Who's Next.

the documentary The Who: Who's Next on netflix is good too.

Posted by: #6 at January 18, 2013 06:24 PM (KHo8t)

16 BeBop Deluxe - Drastic Plastic

Posted by: @PurpAv at January 18, 2013 06:24 PM (CIjnK)

17 Tom Waits - Mule Variations

Posted by: Mcnuggets at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (hjRtO)

18

Workingman's Dead

Hands down.

Posted by: imp at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (UaxA0)

19
Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 06:22 PM (xRu5L)

Nope. BOTH areseminal in their respective genres.
I'll add Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (zSUIk)

20 Robert Fripp Exposure is in my top collection.

Rolling Stones Let it Bleed and Some Girls is hard to beat.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (VMcEw)

21 Ramones - Rocket to Russia

Posted by: @PurpAv at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (CIjnK)

22 Tattoo You - Rolling Stones

Sorry, I like it.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 06:25 PM (tBnjP)

23
Appetite for Destruction. I was born in 1972 and despite the legacy of Floyd and Zep, this is the greatest album of my lifetime.

Posted by: California Red at January 18, 2013 06:26 PM (cB0VK)

24 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Posted by: rudytbone at January 18, 2013 06:26 PM (7aOWu)

25 XTC - English Settlement
Clash - London Calling
Pink Floyd - Animals
Beatles - Abbey Road

... and that's just the UK bands

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:26 PM (oshol)

26 I don't think people should listen to music, either.

Posted by: Caliph OBarry at January 18, 2013 06:26 PM (FcR7P)

27 Are You Experienced

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (arbYd)

28 I suppose London Boys debut album is already taken?

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (SzAZ7)

29 The Kinks - Give The People What They Want

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (qo8Ul)

30 Love: "Forever Changes"

http://tinyurl.com/69lblx

Forever Changes is the third album by the American rock band Love. It was released by Elektra Records in November 1967 and would be the final album by the original band (subsequent albums featured leader Arthur Lee backed by a variety of new players). In 2003, Rolling Stone magazine ranked "Forever Changes" 40th in its list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2008. It was entered into the National Recording Registry in May 2012.

Posted by: Nelson at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (dZ756)

31 Europe '72

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (oshol)

32 Joni Mitchell Blue
Dylan Blood on the Tracks
Elvis Costello My aim is True
Delbert McClinton Room to Breathe

Posted by: Y-not on the phone at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (5H6zj)

33 Tool's Aenima might be the best album of the 90's. Wish I had been smoking dope then...

Posted by: spongeworthy at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (r5w1L)

34
Ramones - Rocket to Russia

On the platter it goes!

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (zSUIk)

35 Rush 2112 or Moving Pictures

Posted by: Shivendragon at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (f7u6e)

36 Sgt. Peppers is pretty solid.

Posted by: Dr Spank at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (w+Dvf)

37 CAC so you're alive....have you ever wondered why you park in a driveway and drive on a parkway?

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (LRFds)

38 Simon and Garfunkel - Bookends

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (9KBWp)

39 Beatles - Abbey Road
The Who - Who Are You
Led Zeppelin - All studio albums 1968-1979

Posted by: liontooth at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (xk0Xg)

40 Stormtroopers of Death: Speak English or Die

Posted by: Sandra Fluke's solid gold diaphragm at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (7xeJQ)

41 4
Concrete Blonde - Bloodletting

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead

Song #4.
"Darkening of the Light" -- One of my favorite waltzes.

Posted by: Nelson at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (dZ756)

42 Exile on Main Street

Posted by: AMartel at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (1Bqk7)

43 Let’s Go Bang by Jennifer Love Hewitt

Posted by: Lincolntf at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (ZshNr)

44 Dark Side of the Moon.

Posted by: Bosk at January 18, 2013 06:28 PM (n2K+4)

45 Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street


Posted by: Jef75 at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (/s5j6)

46
Posted by: Nelson at January 18, 2013 06:27 PM (dZ756)

Just re-released on Vinyl (and released this past Black Friday).

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (zSUIk)

47 A Hundred Miles or More - Alison Krauss

Posted by: huerfano at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (bAGA/)

48 The Stooges' "Fun House," the soundtrack of LiB.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz9NZJOkJB0

Posted by: BuddyPC at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (jfUIE)

49 It is impossible to say. There are many classic albums that are great for different reasons.

Posted by: Ken Royall at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (x0g8a)

50 Ah Via Musicom by Eric Johnson

Posted by: Crusaderf8u at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (joFRb)

51 Kate Bush - Hounds of Love

Posted by: arminius at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (cDnhR)

52 Tears for Fears - Songs from the Big Chair

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (9KBWp)

53 Ignore all posts by "Nelson" -- that's me; I just forgot to reset the name.

Posted by: SFGoth at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (dZ756)

54
Stormtroopers of Death:

I WANT SOME MILK

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (zSUIk)

55 Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (wwsoB)

56 Pink Flag by Wire. Actually almost any early Wire albums.

Not Available and Third Reich and Roll by the Residents.

Survivor's Suite by Keith Jarrett.

Black Saint and the Sinner Lady by Charles Mingus.

I'm sure I'll think of others.

Posted by: BeckoningChasm at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (DuH+r)

57

U2's Joshua Tree is a cohesive artistic masterpiece as a whole, as well.

Posted by: imp at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (UaxA0)

58 Grateful Dead Europe Live '72

Posted by: KennyM at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (pr7jq)

59 Then there is the whole Stan Getz, Dexter Morgan, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane thing, if you like Tenors.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (VMcEw)

60 Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (9KBWp)

61 As Nasty As They Wanna Be - 2 Live Crew

Posted by: Dead Hostage Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (KDq5l)

62 Pretenders, Learning to Crawl

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (5H6zj)

63 Here are mine:

Sublime - Robbin' the Hood

Beastie Boys - Check Your Head

The Presidents of the United States of America - Self Titled

Weezer - Blue Album

Operation Ivy - Energy

Probably a few others, gotta think about it...

Posted by: mugiwara at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (hpYnL)

64 4
Concrete Blonde - Bloodletting

I like "Free" better, but I'm glad to see CB making the cut here.

Also Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones

Posted by: BuckIV at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (gedHR)

65 Led Zeppelin IV or Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy
AC DC Back in Black

Posted by: L, elle at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (0PiQ4)

66 Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon

Posted by: huerfano at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (bAGA/)

67 Brian Eno's Before After Science is a masterpiece front to back.

More recent, I'd say Spiritualized's Ladies Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space.

Posted by: Donnie at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (niwpb)

68 Huge GnR and Floyd fan here, but complete album goes to Pearl Jam - Ten. because of the way the first song starts and the last one ends, you can easily put it on repeat and it had a pulse. Now that's a perfect album.

Posted by: lancasterwatch at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (FVWPD)

69 Rumours - Fleetwood Mac

Synchronicity - The Police

Jagged Little Pill - No Talent Whore

Posted by: Ghey Roommate at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (tBnjP)

70 2nd on U2 Joshua Tree but I actual like Unforgettable Fire better

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (9KBWp)

71 Crosby, Stills, Nash - Suite: Judy Blue Eyes album

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (wwsoB)

72 Depeche Mode 101 or perhaps My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult Confessions of a knife....

Heh

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (LRFds)

73
--Survivor's Suite by Keith Jarrett.--

Ugh, god no. That guy grunts more than Monica Selles.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (zSUIk)

74 Exodus, Tempo of the Damned

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (K+mtQ)

75 The Cure, "Disintegration". I like the CD version with "Homesick" on it.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (tYOW0)

76 I gotta say, you folks are coming up with some stuff that gets a lot of play in goth clubs -- XTC, Tears for Fears, Concrete Blonde....

I saw Arthur Lee play live in S.F. in 1987. I had a real fake ID (CA driver's license) so I could get in whilst 19. Awesome show. I have several Love albums on vinyl.

Posted by: SFGoth at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (dZ756)

77 Another great album:
Count Basie Swings, Joe Williams Sings

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (5H6zj)

78 John Barlycorn Must Die!

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (H96hE)

79 Starless and Bible Black by King Crimson.

Posted by: BeckoningChasm at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (DuH+r)

80 Live, Johnny Winter And...

I love the Stones, Hendrix, Black Sabbath, et al, but Winter's live album is the bestest!

Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (q72+j)

81 Most of these albums are great, but almost every one has one or two shitty songs on it. Everybody forgets the shitty song, but it should disqualify the album from this thread.

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (arbYd)

82
'Battle of Evermore'.
That takes Zep IV out of the running.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (zSUIk)

83 I started listening later than most (no, I did not grow up in Indonesia), and I played the hell out of
Pink Floyd - The Wall
ELO - Time
The Cars - debut and Candy-O
in college.

I would later work my way backwards towards the stuff most people name.

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (FcR7P)

84 Eat A Peach, Live At Filmore East.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (VMcEw)

85 The Colour Of Spring and Spirit Of Eden, both by Talk Talk.

FIND THE FUCKING FLAWS, I DARE YOU.

Posted by: Jeff B. at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (/COnL)

86 54

I WANT SOME MILK


Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (zSUIk)

Truth be told, I prefer the Anthrax cover. Also, I prefer their cover of "Sabbath Bloody Sabbath" to the original.

Posted by: Sandra Fluke's solid gold diaphragm at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (7xeJQ)

87 The Cars The Cars started the 80s in 1978

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (9KBWp)

88 Floodland by The Sisters of Mercy is a brilliant record.

Posted by: Some Asshole at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (oA9Uy)

89 Greatest Album???

John Philip Sousa's "Music to Retreat By!"... features such great hits as "This Aint no Hill"... "Bridge to Nowhere", sung by Dennis Pork... and the ever Popular... "Can you put a Beer on your Kids Credit Card, so I can Cry in It"!!!

Posted by: John Boehner at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (lZBBB)

90 Benefit - Jethro frikkin' Tull (narrowly displacing Thick As A Brick)


Posted by: Gerald Bostock at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (z60As)

91 If we are including 'Live' albums, and we shouldn't, then 'Waiting for Colombus' by Little Feat.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (zSUIk)

92 First two Velvet Underground albums.

Oh, and Metal Machine Music by Lou Reed

Posted by: BeckoningChasm at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (DuH+r)

93 In the Court of the Crimson King

God I'm old.

Posted by: NYC Parent at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (Yl/80)

94 >>>Pink Flag by Wire. Actually almost any early Wire albums.

Close, but the credited answer here was actually Chairs Missing.

Posted by: Jeff B. at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (/COnL)

95 Jagged Little Pill - No Talent Whore

Hey! Let's see you juggle one ball.

Posted by: Sheryl Crow at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (FcR7P)

96
Carreras-Domingo-Pavarotti: The Three Tenors In Concert
/ Mehta

Posted by: MikeTheMoose Offering Moobats Gasoline and Matches at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (0q2P7)

97 sven10077: the parkway is the way through the park, and the driveway is the way out of where your car is parked.

It's not the destination, it's the journey.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (tYOW0)

98 almost every comment on this thread is wrong. morons.

Posted by: #6 at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (KHo8t)

99 I thought Seeds of Love was the better Tears for Fears, btjm

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (oshol)

100 Notable 80's Albums.

Steve Winwood - Roll With It.

Paul Simon - Graceland.

70's

Little Feat - Time Loves A Hero.






Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (h6XiD)

101 50


Ah Via Musicom by Eric Johnson



Posted by: Crusaderf8u at January 18, 2013 06:29 PM (joFRb)

Excellent pick. "Tones" is pretty damn good, too.

Posted by: Sandra Fluke's solid gold diaphragm at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (7xeJQ)

102 Live albums should be disqualified too, since those are basically "best of" albums.

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (arbYd)

103 Boston Boston final answer

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (9KBWp)

104 "14 some Leonard Cohen to get the chicks depressed, then some Dylan to pep them up a bit, then Jethro Tull to make them Frisky
Posted by: open the pod bay doors, HAL "

Oh, you devil. "Hallelujah" best "I see myself as a poet/intellectual/suicidal" sex evah.

Posted by: nerdygirl at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (9H+iJ)

105 Moody Blues.... Days of Future Past...

Posted by: Romeo13 at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (lZBBB)

106 Everything old is new again, eh?



Floyd -- Dark Side.




One in every fourteen people in the US under the age of50 is estimated to own, or to have owned, a copy.

Posted by: cthulhu at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (kaalw)

107 Brothers In Arms

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (oshol)

108 The Avalanches - Since I Left You

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (arbYd)

109 Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power
Down - NOLA

Posted by: dillhole1 at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (uURnG)

110 Cream - Disraeli Gears

Blind Faith

Traffic - John Barlycorn Must Die

Lynard Skynard - Pronounced Leh-nerd Skin-nerd

Allman Brothers - Brothers and Sisters

Neil Young - After the Gold Rush

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (wwsoB)

111 Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM (wwsoB)

Ahh, ya beat me. I'll have to say, "Smile"

Posted by: LC LaWedgie at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (0It32)

112 'Revolver' and 'Hard Days Night' --- no sh*tty songs, man

Posted by: open the pod bay doors, HAL at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (Dll6b)

113 76 SFGoth,

I'm an ex Goth.


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (LRFds)

114 >>Synchronicity - The Police

Didn't that album have a gawdawful experimental (non-pop) piece in it? Mother or something like that? Might be safer to go with Zenyatta Mondatta.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (5H6zj)

115 I agree with no best of albums, I also kind of think live albums should be excluded as well. But if not, Johnny Cash Live at Folsom Prison and Talking Heads' Stop Making Sense are in.

Posted by: mugiwara at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (hpYnL)

116
Benefit - Jethro Tull
Vs - Pearl Jam
Led Zep I, II, III, IV
Live At Leeds

Posted by: truth fairy at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (ue2Nm)

117 Alan Parson's Project - Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:35 PM (Gyp4x)

118 The album I seem to put on whenever I drive someplace is Swervedriver's "Mezcal Head".

you know the time is right for crime

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (tYOW0)

119 CSNY - Deja Vu

Posted by: John P. Squibob at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (kqqGm)

120 and 'Pet Sounds' == nothing even close to a sh*tty song


not even close....

Posted by: open the pod bay doors, HAL at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (Dll6b)

121 "One in every fourteen people in the US under the age of50 is estimated to own, or to have owned, a copy."

I have an original pressing of Dark Side of the Moon on LP.

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (K+mtQ)

122 Go-Betweens - 16 Lovers Lane
Triffids - Born Sandy Devotional
You Am I - Hi Fi Way
Something for Kate - The Official Fiction
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Radiohead - OK Computer
Patti Smith - Horses
Pixies - Doolitte
Radio Birdman - Radios Appear
Velvet Underground - Velvet Underground and Nico

Posted by: Pryce Draper at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (my2h4)

123 97 Boulder Hobo,

Yeah, yeah it is....from here to eleventy!

//A saga of the US debt

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (LRFds)

124 The Avalanches - Since I Left You


Posted by: wooga
---

I was listening to this the other day with my daughter in the car.

Her reply...'That Boy Needs Therapy'

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:36 PM (VMcEw)

125 Supertramp, Crime of the Century.

AC/DC, Back In Black.

Scorpions, Animal Magnetism.

Blue Öyster Cult, Fire of Unknown Origin.

Posted by: Inspector Asshole at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (LfAFA)

126 Neil Young - Harvest

Posted by: John P. Squibob at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (kqqGm)

127 Jackson Browne - For Everyman

You can't beat it

Posted by: Darryl Hannah at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (wwsoB)

128 Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon! Top to bottom one of the greatest of all times.

Posted by: Jerry Root at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (p8wef)

129 85 The Colour Of Spring and Spirit Of Eden, both by Talk Talk.
FIND THE FUCKING FLAWS, I DARE YOU.

fine choices but - The Party's Over

Posted by: Gerald Bostock at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (z60As)

130 DIXIE CHICKEN (Little Feat)

If you'll be my Dixie Chicken, I'll be your Tennessee Lamb!!!!
And we can walk together down in Dixieland
Down in Dixieland!!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (H96hE)

131 You may be right on the Tears for Fears album but Shout is the worst song on Songs from the Big Chair and at least that was listenable for a week in the 80s.

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (9KBWp)

132 ackson Browne - For Everyman

You can't beat it


ISWYDT

Posted by: John P. Squibob at January 18, 2013 06:37 PM (kqqGm)

133 Best album?

Easy. The album 'Big Country' featuring the song 'Big Country' as played by the band 'Big Country'.
_

Posted by: Fan of Big Country at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (RuUvx)

134 Toby Keith - Unleashed

What's with all these 60s and 70s crap? I feel like Ace of Spades has been conquered by deadheads or something.

Posted by: Nessuno at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (KBh73)

135 84
Eat A Peach, Live At Filmore East.


Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (VMcEw)

Hoy Hoy

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (oshol)

136 Cream Wheels of Fire
Ok Ok, anything early by Zep or Who or Cream

Posted by: wth at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (wAQA5)

137 Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden

Posted by: RarestRX at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (9ct4e)

138 Kiss. Unmasked. *crickets*

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (K+mtQ)

139 The Clash- London Calling

Paul Simon- Graceland.

Pearl Jam- Ten

Three very different styles, I know, but I can listen to either album straight through anytime.

Posted by: Hudson21 at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (uSuzr)

140 Uncle Tupelo Anodyne

Posted by: KennyM at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (pr7jq)

141
OK Computer is so overrated it's funny...and its a snoozefest.
'Come On Pilgrim' is the only Pixies album that ascends to perfection.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (zSUIk)

142 No garters and fishnets for this one...

Sound Track for Rocky Horror Picture Show.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (VMcEw)

143 @137. Oooh, good one. Up the Irons!

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:39 PM (K+mtQ)

144 Winter Light by Oregon.

I should point out that the albums I'm listing are entirely subjective as to their total "greatness." I'm not going to try to name any albums that might be "objectively" great because I think the nature of music makes that difficult at best.

Posted by: BeckoningChasm at January 18, 2013 06:39 PM (DuH+r)

145 Boston
Beethoven's 9th.
Led Zeppelin I

Posted by: Max Entropy at January 18, 2013 06:39 PM (L4cv4)

146 Night of the Living Dred

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:39 PM (oshol)

147 Synchronicity sucks; it's mostly Sting shoving aside the rest of his band and wanking off.

"Walking In Your Footsteps" alone is pure smug - nuclear disarmament edition. "Synchronicity II"? The hell with the working class that actually work, up with the unions. "Murder By Numbers" - "murder is the sport of the elected", and never mind the unelected dictators of the USSR.

Okay, there's a few good songs on there. Like "Every Breath You Take". If you're OJ Simpson

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:39 PM (tYOW0)

148 Dregg's of the Earth.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (VMcEw)

149 Such diversity in the thread ,which is cool...
Ya know what else is cool ?

Nobody mentioned Sir Paul McCartney's solo career ....

Posted by: American Dawg at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (trA4n)

150 Faith No More: Angel Dust.

Posted by: Eddie Willers at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (bRdb3)

151 It's great to read these. People mention King Crimson, The Alan Parsons Project, Brothers In Arms, etc. and sounds I haven't heard for years flow thru my head.

An album that won't make the grade: Best Auto-Tuned Songs of 2012

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (FcR7P)

152 DSOTM has been mentioned so I'll go with Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus by Spirit

Posted by: Hemlock at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (A4nCd)

153 Beauty and The Beat - The GoGos.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (zSUIk)

154 Dark Side of the Moon is rock's version of Perry Como.

Posted by: truth fairy at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (ue2Nm)

155 Queen-"Night at the Opera"

Posted by: madamex at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (Ztp7S)

156 Bob Seger - Against The Wind

Van Halen - Van Halen

Supertramp - Breakfast in America

Posted by: Oswald at January 18, 2013 06:40 PM (5pi9n)

157 Grateful Dead - American Beauty

Beatles - Rubber Soul

Beatles - Revolver

Beach Boys - Summer Days and Summer Nights




Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (wwsoB)

158 Who's Next.

Exile on Main Street runner-up.

Posted by: JWF at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (1l37M)

159 Back in Black
Appetite for Destruction
And Justice for All or Master of Puppets, toss up for me

and I'll throw in a Viva Terlingua just because

Posted by: texas t at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (YItiX)

160 Tonio K. -- Life in the foodchain

Posted by: @PurpAv at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (CIjnK)

161 Ramones - Rocket to Russia is awsome but there is only one song on it. "1,2,3,4" is a bridge.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (SzAZ7)

162 The Moon and Antarctica - Modest Mouse

Posted by: Assman at January 18, 2013 06:41 PM (HfA9V)

163 THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS (by The Flying Burrito Brothers)

GRIEVOUS ANGEL (by Graham Parsons)

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (H96hE)

164 Bob Dylan: Highway 61 Revisited

Posted by: rickl at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (sdi6R)

165 Lonesome Crowded West - Modest Mouse

Posted by: Assman at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (HfA9V)

166 For 2012 - Jack White's 'Blunderbuss' is flawless.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (zSUIk)

167 Woah, a lotta Feat-heads here today

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (oshol)

168 * Chuck Roast and the Swinging Meats...
Album * 3- Day Meat Sale....

Posted by: American Dawg at January 18, 2013 06:42 PM (trA4n)

169 Bonnie Raitt - Luck of the Draw (and it's got Delbert on it)

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:43 PM (5H6zj)

170 MUCH better suggestions in this thread than the original one.

Posted by: truth fairy at January 18, 2013 06:43 PM (ue2Nm)

171 -
Genesis - Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
-

Posted by: BumperStickerist at January 18, 2013 06:43 PM (RuUvx)

172 "Walking In Your Footsteps" alone is pure smug - nuclear disarmament edition. "Synchronicity II"? The hell with the working class that actually work, up with the unions. "Murder By Numbers" - "murder is the sport of the elected", and never mind the unelected dictators of the USSR.
Posted by: boulder hobo


Rock lyrics by their nature are aimed at mush-headed 16 year olds.

If shitty lyrics are disqualifiers, you can pretty much eliminate every rock and pop album ever created.

Posted by: Dead Hostage Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 06:43 PM (KDq5l)

173 Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

Stanley Clarke - Live 76-77

Van Halen - Van Halen

Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (7Zrx4)

174 Natalie Merchant - Tigerlily

Posted by: gartrip at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (S8ol3)

175 Savatage, Gutter Ballet

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (K+mtQ)

176 Yaz - Upstairs at Erics
Motley Crue - Shout at the Devil
Outfield - Play Deep
Made out on dates in high school to all those albums start to finish over an over and not a bad song exists because the memories the trigger each time I hear them again are so good.

Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (9KBWp)

177 Not to undercut the current thread...this is always a fun topic since everyone gets a say and the taunts and arguments become ever more brutal as the alcohol takes hold...but you might want to take a look at the last time the subject came up. Since tinyurl never works for me, scroll through the archives to the May 6th, 2011 ONT in case you want to mock the comments there as well, and see if the submorons that posted comments then have changed their tune, so to speak, in the intervening time.
The rules then are pretty much the same as CAC has laid out now, particularly the ban on 'greatest hits' albums. And no Barbra Streisand under penalty of death.

Posted by: genghis at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (4T2lB)

178 Rock lyrics by their nature are aimed at mush-headed 16 year olds.

But Sting is an artist! Just ask him.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (tYOW0)

179
The Killers - Sam's Town.

Posted by: Guy Mohawk at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (p/cQy)

180 Oh yeah,
Elvis Costello's Armed Forces

And of course Frank Sinatra:
Wee Small Hours
and September of My Years
and Live at the Sands w/Count Basie

And if we go a bit further in that direction:
Best Cohesive Instrumental Album Ever =
Kind of Blue/Miles Davis.

Its a big world out there...

Posted by: NYC Parent at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (Yl/80)

181 Barbara Streisand - The Way We Were

Posted by: Matthew McConaughey at January 18, 2013 06:44 PM (wAQA5)

182 Talkin' Blues - Bob Marley

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (oshol)

183 It's a Tie for me. RUSH 2112 or the Eagles Hotel California.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (l86i3)

184 Eagles - Hotel California
Van Halen - self-titled debut

Posted by: E Pluribus Unum at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (Em374)

185 Genesis - Selling England by the Pound

And I'll second John the Libertarian's selection of Eat a Peach by the Allman Brothers.

Posted by: Chuck Pylon at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (2oSxi)

186 >>174 Natalie Merchant - Tigerlily

Good choice

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (5H6zj)

187 Pink Floyd Animals or Pantera: Great Southern Trendkill

Posted by: Malthus123 at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (XBB4n)

188 Cheap Trick-Live at Budokan
Johnny Cash-Live at San Quentin

Posted by: Chuck at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (GLv5I)

189 Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

Alanis Morrisette - Jagged Little Pill

Jewel - Pieces of You

Fiona Apple - Tidal



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (wwsoB)

190 Rock Lobster

Posted by: Ghey Roommate at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (tBnjP)

191 Mezzanne by Massive Attack is perfection. I've never met anyone that heard it that doesn't love it.

Posted by: Seffman at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (XRCOv)

192 Original copy of Are You Experienced is owned by (thumbs inward). Stole it from older sister (she doesn't know).
What do you think it might be worth?

Posted by: TheThinMan at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (sZzZC)

193 Peter Gabriel - Secret World Live
Cowboy Junkies - The Trinity Session
Connie Evingson - i have dreamed
AC/DC - Back in Black
Metallica - Metallica

Posted by: Blake at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (+VtAd)

194 Deep Purple- Machine Head
Doors- The Doors

Posted by: shibumi at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (z63Tr)

195 And no Barbra Streisand under penalty of death.

By stating this, you have induced the Streisand Effect upon this posting.

Posted by: John P. Squibob at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (kqqGm)

196 Jimmy Buffett A1A, (yeah I know politically, he sucks. But I love those early albums of his, and that one's my favorite)

Posted by: Ruby at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (vt4Ip)

197 STICKY FINGERS (Rolling Stones)

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (H96hE)

198 Army of Anyone by Army of Anyone.

BEST ALBUM NOBODY EVER HEARD OF.

BY FAR

Posted by: Muddywood at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (9ufFX)

199 Another Green World and My Life In A Bush Of Ghosts both get a lot of air time and my house.

I just can across a late 79's Techics direct drive turn table and so vinyl never sounded better.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (VMcEw)

200 Barbara Streisand - Singing Through My Schnazz ....

Posted by: American Dawg at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (trA4n)

201 What the fuck are you fucks fucking talking about?!?!?!

ANYTHING by me is the FINEST fucking music ever made!!!!!

Where's the fucking INTEGRITY around here?!?!?!

Posted by: Paul Anka at January 18, 2013 06:46 PM (k4bdL)

202
There's no excuse for Jimmy Buffet.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (zSUIk)

203 Thriller - Michael Jackson

*runs and hides*

Posted by: johnd01 at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (r0+v0)

204 I love funkadelic.

Parliament - Mothership Connection.

Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (h6XiD)

205 Upon further review, I would pick Pink Floyd Animals over Dark Side of the Moon.

the Wall was decent, but overrated. Except for Comfortably Numb, which is one of the best songs ever.

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (K+mtQ)

206 Surprised no one has attached a YouTube link. Yet.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (Gyp4x)

207 60
Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run


Posted by: Mac Gootbone at January 18, 2013 06:30 PM

fap fap fap fappa fappa fap fap fap fap fap fap fap



Posted by: Chris Christie at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (wwsoB)

208 Bob and Doug McKenzie - Great White North

Ten bucks is ten bucks, eh.

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (7Zrx4)

209 I'm assuming you mean no skipping songs. Agree with the Eno/Byrne sentiment.


Eno on his own too, i.e., Before and After Science
Gang of Four- 1st album
Ultravox- 1st album.
Lou Reed- Berlin and Transformer
Joy Division-any of them
Genesis- Foxtrot
Bowie- Man Who Sold the World


Ah hell, so many. Ya'll have a good weekend.


Posted by: eureka! at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (HPRku)

210 And I'll second John the Libertarian's selection of Eat a Peach by the Allman Brothers.


Posted by: Chuck Pylon at January 18, 2013 06:45 PM (2oSxi)

I was seconding sTevo, and added Hoy Hoy by Little Feat -- it's all great

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (oshol)

211 Not so big on the "best ever!" thing because i find myself going through phases of what i listen to, but two great albums:

Morrison Hotel by The Doors

Brothers by The Black Keys

Posted by: Occam's Safety Razor at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (lpR33)

212 What the fuck are you fucks fucking talking about?!?!?!

ANYTHING by me is the FINEST fucking music ever made!!!!!

Where's the fucking INTEGRITY around here?!?!?!


And where's Joe?

Posted by: Paul Anka, doing it his way and proud she's having his baby at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (kqqGm)

213 Okay, if we're allowed Yaz, I'll put in a plug for the Pet Shop Boys "Actually".

I'll leave the man card with the others

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (tYOW0)

214 87 The Cars The Cars started the 80s in 1978

Good choice and well said Mac!

Posted by: Assman at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (HfA9V)

215 Oh holy shit, how could I forget:

AC/DC -- Back in Black

Everyone I know who's remotely 45 owns or has owned it. "As of June 2011 the album has sold an estimated 50 million copies worldwide"

Posted by: SFGoth at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (dZ756)

216 Speaking of Jimmy Buffet, why does every farging band in America feel the need to do a duet with that douche-nozzle. Yeesh.

Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (K+mtQ)

217 Parliament - Mothership Connection.



Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (h6XiD)
Tear the roof off the sucka

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (oshol)

218 "206 Surprised no one has attached a YouTube link. Yet.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:47 PM (Gyp4x) "

Well, get to work. :-P

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (eqgV8)

219 Tool - Lateralus
Led Zepplin - IV
AC/DC - Back in Black

I am torn between these 3. All the songs are great.

Posted by: squidgrunt at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (Z68YU)

220 If we're going to allow Live albums, we have to give a nod to 'Live -Evil' by Miles, too.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (zSUIk)

221 Klaatu - Hope

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (yiIja)

222 Sonic Temple - The Cult

Posted by: Dead Hostage Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (KDq5l)

223 Er, well, yeah...possibly Exile on Main Street.

But I'll cast my first place vote for Doolittle by the Pixies.

Posted by: Stu-22 at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (k4bdL)

224 208 Bob and Doug McKenzie - Great White North



Ten bucks is ten bucks, eh.

Take off, hoser.

Posted by: Ruby at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (vt4Ip)

225 Joe's Garage.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (VMcEw)

226 Also Beethoven 9th if classical pieces are permitted. The only piece of music that has ever made me cry.

Posted by: L, elle at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (0PiQ4)

227 I hate it, but The Dixie Chicks' 'Wide Open Spaces' was good from start to finish.

My favorite, however, is Cowboy Junkies' 'The Trinity Sessions'

Posted by: Niedermeyer's Dead Horse at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (piMMO)

228 Anything by The Hoff.

Or Nemoy and Shatner.

Posted by: Tonic Dog at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (X/+QT)

229 125

Blue Öyster Cult, Fire of Unknown Origin.

Posted by: Inspector Asshole

Most people here know that I've sold my soul for BOC, but FOUO isn't even their best one. That's Tyranny Mutation

Posted by: SFGoth at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (dZ756)

230 The Squids let me in the Chief's Club in Sigonella and turned me on to Concrete Blonde

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (qo8Ul)

231 140 Uncle Tupelo Anodyne

Nice choice Kenny

Posted by: Assman at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (HfA9V)

232 The Firefly theme song "Ballad of Serenity" by Sonny Rhodes, laid out on 10 tracks, would that count as an album?

That would be the best album ever, x 100.

Posted by: E Pluribus Unum at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (Em374)

233 72 Depeche Mode 101 or perhaps My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult Confessions of a knife....

Heh

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 06:31 PM (LRFds)

Sexplosion! was the best TKK album made, IMO. But I like the way you're thinking.

Posted by: Oedipus at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (Jb4P1)

234 Tammy Faye BakkerWe're Blest

Posted by: Lincolntf at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (ZshNr)

235 Seeing all of this Lou Reed love makes me sad.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (zSUIk)

236 Tip Toe Through the Tulips by Tiny Tim is a close second to my earlier post @ 80 above.

Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (q72+j)

237 R.E.M. - Automatic for the People

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (wwsoB)

238 Nebraska - The Boss

Posted by: Burnt Out Roommate at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (tBnjP)

239 guns and roses, almost anything

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (nqBYe)

240 "Revolver" - The Beatles. Next question?

Posted by: gary at January 18, 2013 06:50 PM (aUnng)

241
No, Thriller was a good album.....by a freak....but still a good album.

Posted by: Guy Mohawk at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (p/cQy)

242 Are you kidding me! Michel Jackson's THRILLER is the best album of all time. Everyone here can sing along with at least 3 songs from that album and I know everyone of you anticipated the release of the MTV music video in 1984 of the song THRILLER. You all know how to moon walk too..

Posted by: Sam at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (g3Mw9)

243 If we're going to allow Live albums, we have to give a nod to 'Live -Evil' by Miles, too.
Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (zSUIk)


Well, if your going live, KISS Alive II.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (l86i3)

244 Eat a Peach is permanently burned into my brain...including Mountain Jam.

Barry Oakley was a Bass God.

"Barry Oakley, Butch Trucks, Jai Johhny Jonson, Greg Allman, and I'm Duane Allman, Thank You" From memory...been at least 10 years since I've listened to it.

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (7Zrx4)

245 212

ANYTHING by me is the FINEST fucking music ever made!!!!!


Posted by: Paul Anka, doing it his way and proud she's having his baby at January 18, 2013 06:48 PM (kqqGm)

I kick your ass AND I hear laughter in the rain.

Posted by: Neil Sedaka at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (oshol)

246
Presumably we wont hate on bands that needed 2 LPs to document their Opus.
If thats the case, then I hasten to add Quadrophenia and London Calling.
also once duringa period of callow 80's youth when such things were called for, I listened to Fear of Music after eating somevery wild and flavorful mushrooms in Santa Cruz withsome mullet metalheads, all but me whothought anything softer than Motorhead or Pantera was for wusses.
I knew and liked the talking heads in addition to being more or less a metal mullet myself, sans mullet, but I'd neverlistened toFear of Music before that day.
By the time we listened all the way through the album everyone in the room was weeping quietly to themselves sold on the talking heads. You could have heard a pin drop the whole time the record played.

Posted by: MikeD at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (p8QOg)

247 The greatest pop whole album ever is "Wee Small Hours." Not just Sinatra and great songs but great arrangements by Nelson Riddle. By the way, people who think the Beatles invented the "concept album" are behind the curve. Sinatra invented it with a series of incredible albums in the 50's. Also these were recorded after some significant improvements in recording technology. Buy this album and play in on a turntable. Warm and lots of depth. And don't forget the scotch.

Posted by: Andrea Mitchell at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (2ArJQ)

248
I know most of you probably haven't heard of them but:
Strung Out - Element of Sonic Defiance

Posted by: Jason at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (Autpi)

249 Kiss Army!!

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (qo8Ul)

250
Joe's Garage.

It looks just like a Telefunken - U47

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:51 PM (zSUIk)

251 Giant Steps.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (VMcEw)

252 This Mortal Coil - Filligree and Shadow
Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Cabaret Voltaire - The Conversation
XTC - Skylarking
Reload - A Collection of Short Stories
ELO - New World Record
Residents - Demons Dance Alone
Weezer - Weezer (Blue)
Luna - Penthouse
Psychic TV - Dreams Less Sweet
The Specials - Specials
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Wolfgang Press - Standing Up Straight
REM - Green
Dwayne Sodahberk - Cut Open
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes
The Jesus and Marychain - Psychocandy
The The - Soul Mining

Posted by: snickersnots at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (j3vOc)

253 Music for All Occasions - The Mavericks

Posted by: Dumped Roommate at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (tBnjP)

254 Pink Floyd: "Dark Side of the Moon" is the undeniable best concept/complete album of all time.

Posted by: asswipee at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (eS0nh)

255 Sonic Temple - The Cult
Posted by: Dead Hostage Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (KDq5l)


OK, that's Rock n Roll.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (l86i3)

256 No, Thriller was a good album.....by a freak....but still a good album.

****

The dude was talented. There is no question about it.

Posted by: Niedermeyer's Dead Horse at January 18, 2013 06:52 PM (piMMO)

257 Paul Anka, I'm going to leave you in this room with a loaded revolver.

I know you'll do the right thing.

Posted by: E Pluribus Unum at January 18, 2013 06:53 PM (Em374)

258 Oops! Off sock, Sinatra lover!

Posted by: Cricket at January 18, 2013 06:53 PM (2ArJQ)

259 Derek and the Dominoes

Posted by: wth at January 18, 2013 06:53 PM (wAQA5)

260 Frank Zappa - Just Another Band from L.A.

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:53 PM (wwsoB)

261 Tommy Overstreet: Dream Maker

Posted by: Paladin at January 18, 2013 06:53 PM (ROXo4)

262 Do I dare post an Alan Parsons Project clip?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (Gyp4x)

263 Joe Walsh - The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get, at least it was a cool title!

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (qo8Ul)

264 Best Moron-themed album, Spinal Tap - Break Like The Wind

Posted by: IllTemperedCur at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (zfJo7)

265 The Outfield - Play Deep

That one was the backdrop to many intoxicated romantic encounters when I was in college.

Posted by: Country Singer at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (mDanm)

266
Derek and the Dominoes

'Live at the Filmore' -
I've worn out 4 copies of that so far.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (zSUIk)

267 If you want some C&W, Marty Robbins, Gunfighter Ballads and trail songs.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (l86i3)

268
has anybody said Shaun Cassidy Da Do Run Run yet?


Hahahahaha.

Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (RZ8pf)

269 Good call, garrett. The live album is amazing, but so was the studio.

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (oshol)

270 Yes, MBV "Loveless" deserves a place in the pantheon of guitar albums. If you play guitar, you need to listen to it, even if you aren't going to play that kind of music.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (tYOW0)

271 From the obscure midwestern 1990s trash-rock file: Full Nelson Reilly, by the Didjits.

Posted by: Stu-22 at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (k4bdL)

272 "262 Do I dare post an Alan Parsons Project clip?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM (Gyp4x) "

Well, do something. I'm getting bored. :-P

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (eqgV8)

273 Red Hot Chili Peppers: Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magik

Posted by: Niedermeyer's Dead Horse at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (piMMO)

274 Eat a Peach
I prefer Wish You Were Here to Dark Side

And this changes regularly, but this week my favorite album is:
Yes Close to the Edge

Posted by: kurtilator at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (juh4Z)

275 So hard to pick one. It usually depends on what mood I'm in.

For now at least: "Master of Puppets" by Metallica

Some of my top other picks:

"Iron Maiden" by "Iron Maiden"

"Stained Class" by Judas Priest

"Space Ritual" by Hawkwind

"Persistence of Time" by Anthrax

"Black Sabbath" by "Black Sabbath"

"Nothingface" by Voivod

"South of Heaven" by Slayer

The "Bremen Radio" bootleg by Kraftwerk

"Sonic Prayer" by Earthless

"The Hunter" by Mastodon

Probably much more, but hey...

Posted by: The Political Hat at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (Vk2pI)

276
Motorhead - Overkill

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:56 PM (zSUIk)

277 Crosby, Stills Nash (before Neil Young showed up)

Posted by: profligatewaste at January 18, 2013 06:56 PM (uyl03)

278 Captain and Tenille - Love Will Keep Us Together

Posted by: Matthew McConaughey at January 18, 2013 06:56 PM (wAQA5)

279 The Who Quadrophenia

Posted by: Rich at January 18, 2013 06:56 PM (fxjo5)

280 Led Zeppelin Physical Graffiti

Posted by: DebZeppelin at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (/8gSG)

281 Obviously Back in Black is one of the top 5. I would argue for "The Real Thing" by Faith No More as well as 1984 by Van Halen

Posted by: DanInMN at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (khf9A)

282 Tull- Aqualung

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (XLuH2)

283 ace is shaking like a bowl of jello on a runaway train as he tries to hold back his list of Kelly Clarkson albums.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (tBnjP)

284 I sense an I-tunes binge coming on.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (SzAZ7)

285 I vote for anything by the Vienna Boy's Choir.

Posted by: Harry Reid at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (k4bdL)

286 From 1976, Alan Parsons Project - 'Tales of Mystery and Imagination.' An album inspired by Edgar Allan Poe

The song is The Raven - http://youtu.be/mfBpxfRAPo4

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (Gyp4x)

287 Allman Brothers: At Fillmore East
Van Halen: Van Halen
Dire Straits: Brothers In Arms

Posted by: Andy at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (OZPoa)

288 Pink Floyd: Meddle

Posted by: pipandbaby at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (q+FvE)

289 has anybody said Shaun Cassidy Da Do Run Run yet?


Hahahahaha.
Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at January 18, 2013 06:55 PM (RZ8pf)

I don't laugh at that, Eric Carmen wrote most of his songs and they were pretty good. Now I must come out of the closet


THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY!!!!



Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (l86i3)

290 New Riders of the Purple Sage - The Adventures of Panama Red

Molly Hatchet - Flirtin' With Disaster

Outlaws

Pure Prairie League - Bustin' Out

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM (wwsoB)

291 Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, Marty Robbins.

Posted by: MikeTheMoose Offering Moobats Gasoline and Matches at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM (0q2P7)

292 Buffet-Fruitcakes...not one bad cut.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM (XLuH2)

293 >>Dire Straits: Brothers In Arms

Good album

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM (5H6zj)

294
Ray Charles - Genius + Soul = Jazz

and because nobody here listens to enough Joe Jackson

Look Sharp! - Joe Jackson

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM (zSUIk)

295 Neil Sedaka - Rock With Sedaka

Posted by: Matthew McConaughey at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (wAQA5)

296 Wow. Concrete Blond Bloodletting. Good job...I thought it was just me.

Van Halen 1984 I would add.

Posted by: CT Moron 2.1 at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (Xf6HL)

297 263
Joe Walsh - The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get, at least it was a cool title!

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 06:54 PM

It was also a must have for any Joe Walsh fans

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (wwsoB)

298 Cake fashion nugget

Posted by: catman at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (NYdB8)

299 Tie Led Zeppelin 4 Exile on Main Street or Straight Outta Compton. No I am not kidding.

Posted by: Exasperated Expat at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (gkfSV)

300 The Sidewinder by Lee Morgan
Kind of Blue by Miles Davis
Toys in the Attic by Aerosmith
Fire on the Mountain by Charlie Daniels
The choices for Led Zepplin, The Who, Concrete Blonde, etc. are awesome as well.

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (Ph479)

301 Right now listening to Beethoven "Choral Fantasy," with Klemperer conducting and Barnenboim playing piano. Pop music from 1810!

Posted by: Cricket at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (2ArJQ)

302 Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon.
http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (l86i3)




Told you on the last thread I'm buying your book. Looking forward to reading it.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (UOM48)

303 Johnny Horton self titled

Posted by: GeorgiaJarhead at January 18, 2013 07:00 PM (qo8Ul)

304
>>>I would argue for "The Real Thing" by Faith No More

Man, I wish someone would re-press this fucking album.

lest I forget...
Scumdogs of the Universe - GWAR

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:00 PM (zSUIk)

305 Hard to argue with--

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon.

Synchronicity by The Police--damn forgot that one even though I recently re-listened to it and it holds up.

Someone mentioned The Cars--The Cars--but Candy-O is it damn it.

And then--Alan Parsons was also mentioned--haven't listened to those in awhile but we got stuck on The Tales of Mystery and Imagination Edgar Alan Poe one for a bit--don't really know if I would think it holds up.

I think Alan Parsons was one of the producers on The Dark Side of The Moon.

Then--

Beck--Guero.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:00 PM (r2PLg)

306 Stuttering Clusterfuck of a Miserable Failure, the B-sides by Barack 0bama

Posted by: Lurkasaurus at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (0K4Xj)

307 Old And In The Way

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (oshol)

308
I don't laugh at that, Eric Carmen wrote most of his songs and they were pretty good. Now I must come out of the closet

True story: The first person I met when we moved into the neigborhood was the original guitar player for the Raspberries.

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (yiIja)

309 Nevermind by Nirvana

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (SzAZ7)

310 Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Moon

Derek and the Dominoes - Layla

Live - Throwing Copper

AC/DC - Back in Black

The Cars - Self Titled

The Eagles - Hotel California

Posted by: FoxHunt at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (lzEri)

311 We have a Joy Division mention. I'll second that classic status for "Closer".

I want to recommend "Lowlif"e by New Order, but its versions of Perfect Kiss and Elegia are both too short. MUCH too short in the case of Elegia.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (tYOW0)

312 What, no Captain and Tennille? Muskrat Love?

*laughs maniacally and runs*

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (UOM48)

313 Mission of Burma, Vs.

Posted by: Stu-22 at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (k4bdL)

314 Not every Man Card will survive this night, I fear.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (tBnjP)

315 Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic

U2 - Joshua Tree

Robert Palmer - Riptide

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (wwsoB)

316 Crap. Fox reporting an American hostage, from Texas, is dead.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (UOM48)

317 "286 From 1976, Alan Parsons Project - 'Tales of Mystery and Imagination.' An album inspired by Edgar Allan Poe

The song is The Raven - http://youtu.be/mfBpxfRAPo4

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 06:57 PM (Gyp4x) "

Never! Moar.


(I still don't have speakers.)

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (eqgV8)

318 English Beat - I Just Can't Stop It

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (5H6zj)

319 Terje Rypdal Bleak House

http://bit.ly/WcccJE




Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (VMcEw)

320
Beck--Guero.

Next to Stereopathetic Soul manure, this is his worst album.
The re-mixes on Gerolito are 10X better.

I will give 'Midnite Vultures' a nod, though.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (zSUIk)

321 Captain and Tenille - Love Will Keep Us Together
Posted by: Matthew McConaughey at January 18, 2013 06:56 PM (wAQA5)


FUCK YOU, Muskrat Love, I really do have it on my Itunes list. I think I was drunk, but I really like Toni Teniles voice.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (l86i3)

322 >>>228 Anything by The Hoff. Or Nemoy and Shatner.


Hahahahah!

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (H96hE)

323
Blues traveler: "Four"
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole: "Facing Forward"

Posted by: dad2pwd at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (keVun)

324 Ray Charles - Genius + Soul = Jazz

georgia

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM (nqBYe)

325 Mary Poppins. Did u ever hear her sing supercalifragalisticexpialadocious? I think I may weep.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM (XLuH2)

326 BTW - there's no 'e' in the 'Dominos' portion of Derek and the Dominos.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM (zSUIk)

327 tasker, it may not 'hold up' but Alan Parsons Project and Jean Michele Jarre helped form my music likes. Along with Bangles and Go-Gos.

So nyah! nyah! nyah!

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM (Gyp4x)

328 More recently: Sigh No More from Mumford & Sons.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (SzAZ7)

329 Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs, Marty Robbins.


Posted by: MikeTheMoose Offering Moobats Gasoline and Matches at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM



Great album.

Posted by: huerfano at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (bAGA/)

330 Buckethead -- Monsters and Robots

Posted by: Chuck Pylon at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (2oSxi)

331 "316 Crap. Fox reporting an American hostage, from Texas, is dead.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM (UOM4 "

:-(

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (eqgV8)

332 GnR Appetite for Destruction & Use Your Illusion II

Posted by: Axl at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (dvW0j)

333 Dark Side of the Moon really is great.

Funny, our son has always been into mine and D'oh's music. So much so, that he got a *#$%#% tat in homage to classic rock. *pulling hair out*

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (UOM48)

334 Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 06:59 PM (UOM4

Thank You, I hope you enjoy it.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (l86i3)

335 293
>>Dire Straits: Brothers In Arms



Good album

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 06:58 PM

That's like saying the 1989 San Francisco 49ers were a good team, or Christina Hendricks has nice boobs


Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (wwsoB)

336 You people and your closed parachutes (that's not an album, but it should be) ...

The greatest whole album is "Welcome to the Real World" by rock & rolls greatest band, Mister Mister.

Suck it, bitches.

Posted by: VA GAtor at January 18, 2013 07:04 PM (Qf+nH)

337 "Nothingface" by Voivod

Posted by: The Political Hat


Holeee shit! So you're the other guy who bought that album?

Posted by: Dead Hostages Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (KDq5l)

338
Edgar Winter's White Trash - Road Work

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (yiIja)

339 Marvin Gaye. Everything.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (UOM48)

340 I used to think Styx Paradise Theater was a great whole album and listened to it a lot, but now I like it less I'm not sure why. I like various individual Styx songs better.

Posted by: ParanoidGirlInSeattle at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (RZ8pf)

341 And now, the best for last. Overnight Sensation by Frank Zappa. Also, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars by David Bowie.

Posted by: sirsurfalot at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (Q2Ne0)

342 326
BTW - there's no 'e' in the 'Dominos' portion of Derek and the Dominos.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM

Thanks!

Posted by: Dan Quayle at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (wwsoB)

343
Double Nickels on the Dime - The Minutemen

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (zSUIk)

344 Mary Poppins. Did u ever hear her sing supercalifragalisticexpialadocious? I think I may weep.



Posted by: Guido
---

This was my first record. Got it when I was 5. Still have it although it serves better as a coaster because it is so scratched.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (VMcEw)

345 320
Beck--Guero.

Next to Stereopathetic Soul manure, this is his worst album.
The re-mixes on Gerolito are 10X better.

I will give 'Midnite Vultures' a nod, though.
Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (zSUIk)

________________

Garrett--dam it--could be but that is the only album I have downloaded in it's entirety.

My attention span is gone for the new fangled stuff.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (r2PLg)

346 The Guess Who, Road Food.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (l86i3)

347 Anything by the Indigo Girls -- because they speak to my lesbian side.

Posted by: Bill Clinton at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (k4bdL)

348 Dire Straits 'Brothers in Arms' set to footage from 'Band of Brothers.' Some of the comments make my brain hurt.

http://youtu.be/Dqok5m4lqeE

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (Gyp4x)

349 Yeah, the Bangles' "Everything" was a good one.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (tYOW0)

350 In the Court of the Crimson King

God I'm old.

Posted by: NYC Parent at January 18, 2013 06:34 PM (Yl/80)


Good one. Honestly, though, it was so good that everything else they did paled in comparison.

Also good:

"UFO 2: flying" by UFO

"L.A. Woman" by the Doors

The live album part of "Ummagumma" by Pink Floyd. Also, "Saucerful of Secrets" and "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" beat their later day stuff.

Of course, there is always "Ace of Spades" by Motorhead...


Posted by: The Political Hat at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (Vk2pI)

351 Killer by Alice Cooper

Posted by: holygoat at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (XnwWl)

352 Smell the Glove

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (Mh+lD)

353 1) Beatles - Abbey Road

2) Boston - Boston

3) Grand Funk Railroad - Caught in the Act

Posted by: BruceC at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (tqJU8)

354 Crystal Gayle - We Must Believe in Magic
featuring the hit single: Don't it Make my Brown Eye Blue

Posted by: Barney Fwank at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (wAQA5)

355 10 Years - The Autumn Effect

(best ever, won't go that far, but damn good 1st to last)

Posted by: drive-by poster at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (4I2QE)

356
Suprised to see so manymentions for Concrete Blonde. I own it, never listen to it front to back.
U2-Joshua Tree
Duran Duran Notorius (say something, I dare ya)
REM Murmur
Peter gabriel- So
Paul Simon-There Goes Rymin Simon
Police Sycrinisity, Zenyatta Mondatta Ghost in the machinme
Fixx Reach the Beach
Deadmau5- Random album title
Double -Blue
All of these and others make my drive to where evercomplete, or make my depression better when my meds just arent cutting it

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (SBULa)

357 The Eagles - Desperado

I hated Hotel California, still do.

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (wwsoB)

358 Electric Ladyland

Posted by: yobobbyb at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (VzkNh)

359 I listened to Adam Corolla with Andrew Breitbart podcast today..man I miss Andrew...what a shit thing to lose him. He was a hell of a guy.

Posted by: DeusExMachina at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (6RTwM)

360 Some other favorites, but I have to be in the right mood:

Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel
Genesis - The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway

Country/Other:

Jimmy Buffett - You Had To Be There (Live)
Waylon, Willie, Jessi, Tompall - Wanted! The Outlaws
Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison (Live)


Posted by: Country Singer at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (mDanm)

361 Calculated X, Four Windows.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (l86i3)

362 PF- Dark Side Of The Moon
PF- The Wall
The Doors- The Doors

Posted by: Blah at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (cCpYP)

363 "348 Dire Straits 'Brothers in Arms' set to footage from 'Band of Brothers.' Some of the comments make my brain hurt.

http://youtu.be/Dqok5m4lqeE

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:06 PM (Gyp4x) "

Band of Brothers was one of the last decent things I saw on TV.

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (eqgV8)

364 Darkness on the Edge of Town.

(Minus the shitty songs. Is that cheating?)

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (tBnjP)

365 327 tasker, it may not 'hold up' but Alan Parsons Project and Jean Michele Jarre helped form my music likes. Along with Bangles and Go-Gos.

So nyah! nyah! nyah!
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:03 PM (Gyp4x

_________________

You didn't listen to Jean Luc Ponty did you--because that would be really freaky.

Although I don't think that holds up--put the potheads picked it out so we--listened.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (r2PLg)

366 Red Headed Stranger - Willie Nelson

Posted by: huerfano at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (bAGA/)

367 Greatest ASL performance. Ever.

Youtube. Utterly destroyed.
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Tightrope Live (Digitally Remastered) HD


Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (h6XiD)

368 Talking Heads: Remain in Light
Eno: Before & After Science
X: Los Angeles

Posted by: rightchemistry at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (fNqNw)

369 Pink Floyd Wish You Were Here.

Posted by: terry at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (OH8zr)

370 OK...for a lurking moron, my tastes are a bit more folky:

Pentangle, Reflection
Nick Drake, Bryter Later
Fairport Convention, What We Did on Our Holidays

(moving to more standard fare):
Blind Faith, Blind Faith
Traffic, Traffic
Beatles, Rubber Soul

Posted by: philosoph0123 at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (dZ8B2)

371 Abraxas Santana
Live At Fillmore East Allman Brothers
The Cars The Cars
Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd
Moondance Van Morrison
Abbey Road The Beatles
Low Spark of the High Heeled Boys Traffic

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (aZ6ew)

372
>>>Garrett--dam it--could be but that is the only album I have downloaded in it's entirety.

It's weird how good the remix album is.
'Modern Guilt' is worth a download. Beckw/ Modest Mouse.

'More Oar' - A Tribute to Skip Spence is an excellent record, though far from perfect.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (zSUIk)

373 I am rethinking the past 4 years of my life with this blog...I swear to GOD you are all gay.

URIAH HEEP
DEMONS and WIZARDS

Posted by: Jeff E. at January 18, 2013 07:09 PM (Ga7m4)

374 Sade - Diamond Life

Because fuck you, that's why.

Posted by: Dead Hostages Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 07:09 PM (KDq5l)

375 Dark Side of the Moon.

So good, I even look past the marxist that wrote much of it.

Posted by: marc in calgary at January 18, 2013 07:09 PM (1Lgam)

376 Seriously people? The rules weren't hard. One album. The best. Straight studio albums or Live albums.


And this is a joke anyway.


AC/DC - Back in Black


Just look at all the hits off that album.

Posted by: BCochran1981 at January 18, 2013 07:09 PM (GEICT)

377 I must be the only person here who thinks Synchronicity is a "curate's egg" . . .

Zenyatta would have been my choice from the Police.

Posted by: boulder hobo at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (tYOW0)

378 Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 07:02 PM (H96hE)

That's a strange last name.

Posted by: Arlo Givens at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (4I2QE)

379 Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley

Posted by: massideas at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (v32fM)

380 Ooh Van Halen 1984--

and

Nevermind by Nirvana sound like good nominees if only I could remember the whole of 'em.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (r2PLg)

381 "Nothingface" by Voivod

Posted by: The Political Hat

Holeee shit! So you're the other guy who bought that album?

Posted by: Dead Hostages Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 07:05 PM (KDq5l)


I'm a huge Voivod fan. Dimensional Hatross, Angel Rat, and The Outer Limits were also brilliant in their own way.

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (Vk2pI)

382 George Strait, Something Special.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (l86i3)

383 The Doobie Brothers - Toulouse Street

They were great until Michael McDonald took over

Chicago - 2nd album

They were great before Bob Lamm left and Peter Cetera took over



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (wwsoB)

384 Squeezing Out Sparks - Graham Parker

Posted by: Adam Carola at January 18, 2013 07:10 PM (zSUIk)

385 Reign in Blood-Slayer

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (9XBK2)

386 Just another thought, if you're into prog metal at all, Awake by Dream Theater is a masterpiece.

Posted by: DanInMN at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (khf9A)

387 Talking Heads Rome 1980 (google and watch that show)
Smashing Pumpkins Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
John Prine Bruised Orange
David Bowie Aladdin Sane
Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon
Pink FloYd Wish You Were Here

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (v2Cb9)

388 http://bit.ly/WcddBl

Spinal Tap seconded.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (VMcEw)

389 Vote for "Ace of Spades," mates...or we'll come over to your house and chain-whip you!

Posted by: Lemmy Kilmister et al. at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (k4bdL)

390 Maybe something by--

Styxx--but I was drunk back then so---pffffttt--can't really remember it.

I'm basically trolling now.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (r2PLg)

391 Non Monsieur Ponty.

Of course we could have some Blondie - 'Atomic'
http://youtu.be/04VfsMOb8RA

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (Gyp4x)

392 Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull. Only one song, but that's all you need.

Posted by: Oldbuffalo at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (WV0NL)

393 Cosmo's Factory - CCR

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (zSUIk)

394 Good ones are already taken. Imma shake things up a bit and say Odelay!

Posted by: Jolly Roger at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (nv2Ve)

395 And yes, Syncronicity is on my list as well....

Posted by: DanInMN at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (khf9A)

396 374
Sade - Diamond Life

Because fuck you, that's why.


Posted by: Dead Hostages Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 07:09 PM

Don't knock it, I love Sade

Music to fuck to on a Saturday night

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (wwsoB)

397 Vangelis' soundtrack to the movie Blade Runner.

Posted by: mongo78 at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (2b46R)

398 Steevy is right.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (zSUIk)

399 >>>Clash - London Calling

Never before or after has a group of such bad musicians made such good music.

Posted by: wooga at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (arbYd)

400 I've been listening to Fear by Toad the Wet Sprocket a lot lately and it really holds together very well.


There's also Haunted by Poe which has a whole other level of meaning when you've read House of Leaves.

Posted by: alexthechick - SMOD. Take us away. at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (Gk3SS)

401 Kalk Samen Kuri no Hana by Shiina Ringo

Posted by: holygoat at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (XnwWl)

402 Damn it double the "x" in Styx.

My excuse was--I was also thinking maybe something from INXS. (ya--that's my excuse.)

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (r2PLg)

403 368
Talking Heads: Remain in Light

X: Los Angeles

Posted by: rightchemistry at January 18, 2013 07:08 PM (fNqNw)
Two of my faves.

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 07:12 PM (oshol)

404 "More Songs About Killing," by Bill Clinton and the Penny-Traitors

Posted by: Anonymous at January 18, 2013 07:13 PM (k4bdL)

405 Stryper - To Hell With The Devil
Ozzy Osbourne - Randy Rhoads Tribute
Megadeth - Countdown To Extinction
Nightwish - Century Child
Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind
Alice Cooper - Billion Dollar Babies
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Judas Priest - British Steel
Demon Hunter - Summer of Darkness
Helloween - 7 Sinners
Holy Grail - Crisis In Utopia
Stryper - Soldiers Under Command
Alice Cooper - Welcome to my Nightmare
Megadeth - Rust In Peace
Ozzy Osbourne - Diary of a Madman
Ozzy Osbourne - Blizzard of Ozz
Iron Maiden - Killers
Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV
Alice Cooper - Brutal Planet
Megadeth - United Abominations
Iron Maiden - Live After Death


HELL YEAH

\m/ \m/

Posted by: Naqamel at January 18, 2013 07:13 PM (gcE9n)

406 393 Cosmo's Factory - CCR
Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (zSUIk)

_____________________

Oh that's just Southern Fried Rock-.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:13 PM (r2PLg)

407 The first song on that embedded album sounds like disco.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (tBnjP)

408 >>>395 And yes, Syncronicity is on my list as well....

Has anybody seen my slutty wife around here?

Posted by: Mr. Gredenko at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (arbYd)

409
Elvis Costello - My Aim Is True

Although the track "Pay it Back" might take it out of the perfect score running.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (kdS6q)

410
Sade - Diamond Life

Because fuck you, that's why.


Posted by: Dead Hostages Choir

i love that song.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (nqBYe)

411 10,000 Maniacs Unplugged, Because the Night.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (l86i3)

412 Green Day - Dookie

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (5H6zj)

413 I prefer Wish You Were Here to Dark Side

So do I. Animals, too.

Posted by: 98ZJUSMC Waiting for the Sun at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (StbkP)

414 379 - Robert Palmer - Sneakin' Sally Through the Alley

Awesome album. He was buddies with Lowell George - Little Feat -which is why they both recorded Sailing Shoes

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (7Zrx4)

415 Oops Wrong Planet.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (VMcEw)

416 Anything by Diana Krall ("Look of Love" is a favorite).

That's music to fuck by.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (UOM48)

417 Sgt. Peppers because it began the concept album fad.

Posted by: UncleZeb at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (Nvirt)

418 Some more:

"Beck" by Jeff Beck

"Bloody Kisses" by Type O Negative.

"The Binges" by "The Binges"

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (Vk2pI)

419 Quadrophenia

Posted by: redc1c4 at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (8MasJ)

420 Posted by: Naqamel at January 18, 2013 07:13 PM (gcE9n)

That looks like a playlist from one of my best friends growing up. He's a Methodist minister now...and still loves Headbanger's Ball.

Posted by: Country Singer at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (mDanm)

421 Leftoverture - Kansas

Posted by: Lady in Black at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (ATdet)

422 Led Zeppelin IV. End of discussion.
My daughters don't know what an album is.
Sad, but true.

Posted by: Brave Sir Robin at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (M0O7A)

423 Roxy Music "Avalon"

Talk Talk "Spirit of Eden"

The Blue Nile "A Walk Across The Rooftops"

Led Zeppelin IV

Jellyfish "Bellybutton"

Posted by: ChampionCapua at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (KZi9D)

424 Bauhaus - The Sky's Gone Out

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (zSUIk)

425 Duran Duran: Rio
The Cure: The Head on the Door
Japan: Tin Drum

Posted by: azkag at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (t+aes)

426 Green Day - Dookie
Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (5H6zj)

I like greenday a lot, it's good driving mood music. And Time of your life is the best goodbye to a friend song I have ever heard.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (l86i3)

427 391 Non Monsieur Ponty.

Of course we could have some Blondie - 'Atomic'
http://youtu.be/04VfsMOb8RA
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:11 PM (Gyp4x)
_______________

I'm off to go check that out.

I no longer have the attention span to listen to new "whole albums" and I can't remember the old ones.

Wow I suck.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (r2PLg)

428 Los Angeles by X

Posted by: redc1c4 at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (8MasJ)

429 80


Live, Johnny Winter And...




Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 06:32 PM (q72+j)

This is my favorite rock and roll album of all time. I loved it as much as a little kid--listening to his parents' LP on the turntable--as I do now.

Posted by: Sandra Fluke's solid gold diaphragm at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (7xeJQ)

430
Beatles - Abbey Road
Dire Straits - Making Movies
Lyle Lovett -Pontiac
Stevie Ray Vaughn - In Step
Elvis Costello -This Years Model
John Hiatt - Slow Turning
Van Morrison - Tupelo Honey
Small Faces - Ogden Nut Gone Flake
Clash - London Calling

Posted by: Tony253 at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (3yMFT)

431 Breitbart and I both picked The Smiths The Queen is Dead last time. Sniff sniff. I'll pick it again in his honor

Posted by: Lauren at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (wsGWu)

432 10,000 Maniacs Unplugged, Because the Night.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:14 PM (l86i3)




Damn. 10,000 Maniacs


I haven't heard that name in close to 20 years.

Posted by: BCochran1981 at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (GEICT)

433 Chopin, Mozart, Beethoven…. anyone?… anyone?

Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (q72+j)

434 The Knack - Get the Knack

Pat Benatar - Crimes of Passion

Thomas Dolby - The Flat Earth

Duran Duran - Rio

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (wwsoB)

435 Harry Connick, Jr: Star Turtle.

Metallica: S-ampersand-M.

Posted by: HeatherRadish™, Crankypants Extraordinaire at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (hO8IJ)

436
Tom Waits - The Heart of Saturday Night

Before the vocal cords went and the loops came in.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (kdS6q)

437 Also, I freaking love The Talking Heads. That is all.

Posted by: Lauren at January 18, 2013 07:17 PM (wsGWu)

438 Down By The Jetty - Dr Feelgood
The Hypstrz - Hypstrization
Blues Helping - Love Sculpture

Posted by: Hatchet Jack at January 18, 2013 07:17 PM (OxMN+)

439 Master of Disaster

Posted by: Barry Soetoro at January 18, 2013 07:17 PM (wAQA5)

440 No DEVO yet?

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:17 PM (qo8Ul)

441 Led Zeppelin IV. End of discussion.
My daughters don't know what an album is.
Sad, but true.
Posted by: Brave Sir Robin at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM (M0O7A)

I had to explain to my kids what an album station was.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:17 PM (tBnjP)

442 I like greenday a lot, it's good driving mood music.
And Time of your life is the best goodbye to a friend song I have ever
heard.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:15 PM

American Idiot is aptly titled for anyone who wasted money on that piece of shit

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (wwsoB)

443 Now who is going through all of these, Adding them up and posting the rons top 10.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (l86i3)

444 392 Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull. Only one song, but that's all you need.

Which song? The title song?
'cause "Locomotive Breath" is pretty damn good.

Posted by: Brave Sir Robin at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (M0O7A)

445 Allman bros. Fillmore
Too stuffed to Jump . Amazing rhythym Aces .

Posted by: awkward davies at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (USjX1)

446 TH Sand in the Vaseline is a "must" Have!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (qo8Ul)

447 Led Zeppelin's "Physical Graffiti".

Always had that in my top three "if-I-were-on-a-desert-isle" list. Other two are Jethro Tull's "Aqualung" Pink Floyd's "Dark Side of the Moon". But PG is a double album gives me more variety.

Posted by: cfomahm at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (k/fbn)

448 Zappa - Apostrophe

Posted by: Captain Clarence Oveur at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (ZVZLb)

449 Judas Priest - Unleashed In The East
Judas Priest - Painkiller
Guns 'N Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Van Halen - Van Halen
Metallica - Master of Puppets
Dio - Holy Diver
Dio - The Last In Line
Rainbow - Rising
Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell
Black Sabbath - Mob Rules
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
AC/DC - Highway To Hell
AC/DC - Back In Black
AC/DC - Flick of the Switch
Ozzy - Diary Of A Madman
Motorhead - Ace of Spades
Motorhead - Another Perfect Day

I could go on. Suffice it to say, I have thousands of albums on CD and Vinyl. These are a some of the albums that I consider flawless.

Posted by: Witchfinder at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (pLTLS)

450 Tom Waits - BONE MACHINE

Posted by: Herbert Hymenhopper at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (zkWV6)

451 If we are going to list movie soundtracks, then I pick The Craft soundtrack.
Our Lady Peace - Tomorrow Never Knows
Heather Nova - I Have the Touch
Sponge - All This And Nothing
Letters to Cleo - Dangerous Type
Love Spit Love - How Soon Is Now?
Matthew Sweet - Dark Secret
Juliana Hatfield - Witches Song
Tripping Daisy - Jump Into the Fire
Jewel - Under the Water
All Too Much - Warning
Elastica - Spastica
Spacehog - The Horror
Graeme Revell - Bells, Books, and Candles

Except for All Too Much, Elastica, and Spacehog I jam out.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (Gyp4x)

452 joan baez, diamonds to rust

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (nqBYe)

453 Elton Johns, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (l86i3)

454 357 The Eagles - Desperado

I hated Hotel California, still do.

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (wwsoB)


I just hate the fucking Eagles, period. Love Joe Walsh. Hate the fucking Eagles.

Posted by: 98ZJUSMC Waiting for the Sun at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (StbkP)

455 The Yes Album is a very solid work.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (VMcEw)

456 Takin it to the streets- Doobie Brothers

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (XLuH2)

457
Santana - Santana
Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland
Quicksilver Messenger Service

Posted by: drowningpuppies at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (012vu)

458 Later, all.

God bless.

Posted by: Mirror-Universe Mitt Romney at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (eqgV8)

459 Takk - Sigur Ros



Posted by: alexthechick - SMOD. Take us away. at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (Gk3SS)

460 New Clear Days - The Vapors

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (zSUIk)

461 >>Thomas Dolby - The Flat Earth

Oooh, I like Astronauts & Heretics. Some really fun songs on that one.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (5H6zj)

462 Dark Side of the Moon.

Posted by: suds46 at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (nJfqm)

463 2112 RUSH

Posted by: NJ Libertarian (@BadMesmer) at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (GE0Kl)

464 Also, I have not been able to get the image of that cross eyed pervert and couch rapist out of my head all day today. I cant believe these people live among us. Thanks CAC.

Posted by: L, elle at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (0PiQ4)

465 Radiohead - OK Computer

Posted by: Ben Ghazi at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (VIV14)

466 Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:19 PM (Gyp4x)

Elastica, Connection, I like that song.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (l86i3)

467 I think I'm Turning Japanese!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (qo8Ul)

468 448 Zappa - Apostrophe
Posted by: Captain Clarence Oveur at January 18, 2013 07:18 PM (ZVZLb)


Heh......

One Size Fits All.

Posted by: 98ZJUSMC Waiting for the Sun at January 18, 2013 07:20 PM (StbkP)

469 My favorite live album is "Hot August Night" by Neil Diamond. Diamond's whole career built up to that album, and then his musical integrity took a nosedive after it. The soundtrack for "Jonathon Livingston Seagull?" A duet with Streisand? Puh-leeze.

Posted by: CharlieSays at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (2aJHq)

470
I'm seeing some Hendix love, but not enough
Axis: Bold as Love - It really is his best record.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (zSUIk)

471 IntegrityUSA.org

Take a look at that domain name. Integrity USA. Can you guess what this organization is all about?

Well, if you guess that it is a coalition of LGBT'ers fighting for inclusion in the episcopalian church, you'd be right.

Integrity USA.

The name has nothing to do with the organization. You would almost have to wonder if people will just snap up any name that sounds good, change the meaning to fit their agenda and presto - newspeak. If you wondered that, you were correct. That's exactly what happens.

I don't know anything about this organization and I have no hate for them. I just don't like how this is such a widespread trend.

Posted by: Komandante at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (dNgm5)

472
138 Kiss. Unmasked. *crickets*Posted by: Pug Mahon at January 18, 2013 06:38 PM (K+mtQ)

LOL. That was my first Kiss album. Truth be told, I still like a few songs on it.
Rock n Roll Over - Kiss

Posted by: Princess Angelina Contessa Louisa Francesca...III at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (Y+woW)

473 Late to the party, but anyways...

Beatles - Revolver
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV
AC/DC - Back in Black
Iron Maiden - Powerslave
Lynyrd Skynyrd - (Pronounced 'lĕh-'nérd 'skin-'nérd)
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
Metallica - Black Album
The Killers - Sam's Town
Prodigy - Fat of the Land
Avenged Sevenfold - (Self Titled)

The last two more because I liked every song on both album, and because they took up residence rent free in my head for about a year afterwards.

Posted by: Professor Marius von Totenkopf (formerly Hoss Fuentes) at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (aozUR)

474 Nevermind Muskrats Love cut disqualifies the Doobies.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (XLuH2)

475
Genesis - A Trick of the Tail
Dire Straits - Making Movies
Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
Peter Gabriel - Plays Live
Squeeze - Argybargy
Adam the Ants - Kings of the Wild Frontier

Posted by: ombdz at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (2DpoY)

476 Music you love to listen to where every single album track rocks?

Def Leppard : Hysteria

Posted by: Clintonstain at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (tCrke)

477 356
Suprised to see so manymentions for Concrete Blonde. I own it, never listen to it front to back.
U2-Joshua Tree
Duran Duran Notorius (say something, I dare ya)
REM Murmur
Peter gabriel- So
Paul Simon-There Goes Rymin Simon
Police Sycrinisity, Zenyatta Mondatta Ghost in the machinme
Fixx Reach the Beach
Deadmau5- Random album title
Double -Blue
All of these and others make my drive to where evercomplete, or make my depression better when my meds just arent cutting it
Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:07 PM (SBULa)

We could hang. We could hang.

Posted by: azkag at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (t+aes)

478 Stevie Nicks - Wild Heart

It was her first solo album, and she was still hot back in 1983

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (wwsoB)

479
Elvis Costello - Armed Forces


Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (kdS6q)

480 Georgia Jarhead find the Kirsten Dunst cover of that song.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:21 PM (Gyp4x)

481 >>Squeeze - Argybargy

Listened to that a lot in my day.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:22 PM (5H6zj)

482 Led Zeppelin IV. End of discussion.

---

Yeah, hard to beat that. I cleaned house today to Zepp. I got Mr. Black a 2007 Led Zeppelin DVD for Christmas and we watched it last night. Realizing Stairway to Heaven is 42 years old is....sobering.

Posted by: Lady in Black at January 18, 2013 07:22 PM (ATdet)

483 Def Leppard - Pyromania
The Outfield - Play Deep
Hank Williams Jr. - Major Moves

Posted by: Gristle Encased Head at January 18, 2013 07:22 PM (+lsX1)

484 Add 2112 to my list

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (v2Cb9)

485 Takk - Sigur Ros

nice

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (nqBYe)

486 Not listening to Concrete Blond beginning to end when YOU own it is a crime of the highest order!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (qo8Ul)

487
Paul Simon - One Trick Pony

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (kdS6q)

488
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble- Texas Tornado

Posted by: drowningpuppies at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (012vu)

489 314
Not every Man Card will survive this night, I fear.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:01 PM

Mine won't and I don't care. I like what I like

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (wwsoB)

490 OSP, the funny thing is I do not like the movie The Craft. Watched it once, the soundtrack however just drew me in.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:23 PM (Gyp4x)

491 Tom Petty - Damn the Torpedoes

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (SzAZ7)

492 Def Leppard - Pyromania

Posted by: johnd01 at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (r0+v0)

493 429

As a teenager I was into the Stones, but nothing compared to Johnny Winter and Live….I wore out the LP. In about 1979 I saw J Winter live at a bar called "the barn" in Orlando. Funny cigarettes being passed around the crowd that night and I was about 15 feet from the stage.

Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (q72+j)

494 Metallica: S-ampersand-M.

Posted by: HeatherRadish™, Crankypants Extraordinaire at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (hO8IJ)


Hereitic!

The Black album is the one where they sold out and everything after that pales in comparison with the three Cliff Burton albums (Kill 'em All, Ride the Lightning, Master of Puppets), and perhaps "...and Justice for all" (f**k you Grammy awards).

Master of Puppets:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6LA7v1PApU

Perfect opening. Every song is brilliant, especially the genius that is "Orion."

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (Vk2pI)

495 479
Elvis Costello - Armed Forces

I've been listening to a lot of Elvis C. lately. One thing that stands out: His recordings are impeccable. Just great sound quality.

Posted by: Brave Sir Robin at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (M0O7A)

496 Pearl Jam - Ten

Posted by: Sho Nuff at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (jo0fs)

497 Didn't look at the rest, but-

Replacements- Pleased to Meet Me or Tim

Elvis Costello- Imperial Bedroom

Allman Brothers- Brothers and Sisters

Beatles- Revolver

Old 97s- Too Far to Care

Foo Fighters- crap forget the name, the one with Everlong on it.

Posted by: Chariots of Toast at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (3m+gl)

498 Simon and Garfunkle- Kodakrome

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (XLuH2)

499
>>Not every Man Card will survive this night, I fear.

Well, here goes mine.

Belle and Sebastian - Fold Your Hands Child...

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (zSUIk)

500 Ode to the GOP:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zTwlS8BBjaY

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:24 PM (5H6zj)

501 That's weird Anna the guy you linked to 'FallingDown08" for the Blondie song--for a long time thatvwas the only place on the net I could get this weird Psychedelic Furs song I like just for the irony-- "Sister Europe".

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (r2PLg)

502 www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uaHSB0pP7M

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (qo8Ul)

503 Mad Season - Above

Posted by: Sho Nuff at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (jo0fs)

504 loreena Mckennet- night ride across the caucasus

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (nqBYe)

505 Re: Elvis - Why no 'Punch the Clock' or 'This Year's Model'?

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (zSUIk)

506
Squeeze - Argybargy
Posted by: ombdz



Oh, sorry. The correct answer was:

Squeeze - East Side Story

Thanks for playing.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (kdS6q)

507 http://bit.ly/WceKHz

atomic rooster death walks behind you

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (VMcEw)

508
Jellyfish, huh. Spilled Milk is pretty good.

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (yiIja)

509 Hendrix-Blues
Winter-Live And
GNR-Use Your Illusion II
Kinks-One More From the Road
ZZ Top- Rio Grande Mud
Skynyrd- Second Helping
Zep 23
Stones-Hot Rocks

Posted by: Artruen at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (fDGF1)

510 One from the thrash genre: Seventh Angel's Lament For the Weary.

Lanny Cordola, Phillip Bardowell, along with Chuck Wright and Ken Mary put together a blues rock masterpiece called Revolution Mind.

Posted by: David C. or W. at January 18, 2013 07:25 PM (ZtMso)

511 Black Sabbath - Master of Reality

Posted by: Awakener at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (Lj/de)

512 The Cruxshadows -- Ethernaught.

Here's Winterborn from the album.

If you like awsesome lyrics, you'll love it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c5UHP9VuPcQ

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (OQpzc)

513 Enya - Watermark

Melissa Etheridge - Your Little Secret

Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (wwsoB)

514
It's kind of unfair to ask us to pick just one album because there are perfect albums in nearly every genre. Just seeing what others have chosen makes me think, yeah that too!
Grateful Dead's American Beauty, X's Los Angeles, Several Beatle's Albums, are all contenders. In 1984, I went to 26 concerts that included: Billy Idol, The Cure, The Pointer Sisters, The Romantics(Wang Chung was the warmup band), The Thompson Twins, General Public, Frankie Goes to Hollywood( Depeche Mode was the warmup), George Thorogood, Tina Turner, Commander Cody, Marshall Tucker, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Santana. It was a very good year.

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (Ph479)

515 Don't forget the Misfits:

"Evilive" and "Walk Among Us" were both simple and good.

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (Vk2pI)

516 Crack the Skye - Mastadon

Posted by: General Woundwort at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (zOP5o)

517 Pink Floyd - Atom Heart Mother

Posted by: Mr. Matamoros at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (TsGck)

518 War by U2 and Oranges and Lemons by XTC

Neither of which I own because I lost them in a fire 15 years ago, never got around to replacing, and find myself liking music less every day.

Posted by: Truman North at January 18, 2013 07:26 PM (I2LwF)

519 A great thread would be the best bands no one has heard of. Chance to find new awesome.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (OQpzc)

520 This is what it must be like to be a hipster, except here you hope that some else recognizes your pick.

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (7Zrx4)

521 I used to think Styx Paradise Theater was a great whole album and listened to it a lot, but now I like it less I'm not sure why. I like various individual Styx songs better.


****

It was a helluva concert. One of the best I've attended.

The worst I've ever seen in concert was The Bangles when they opened for George Michael.

Posted by: Niedermeyer's Dead Horse at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (piMMO)

522 Carpenters: Close to You

Posted by: Foghorn Leghorn at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (n8LUb)

523 Chopin, Mozart, Beethoven…. anyone?… anyone?
Posted by: Andy in FL at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (q72+j)

Ever since they sold out and went commercial I can't stand them.

Posted by: somebody else, not me at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (nZvGM)

524 'Walk Among Us' is a gem.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (zSUIk)

525 Led Zeppelin IV

Seconded, or seventh or whatever.

Posted by: toby928© for TB at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (QupBk)

526 another vote for London Calling

Posted by: Zarba at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (ggD/Q)

527 I'm going to sort of cheat and go with two by Eels

Electro-Shock Blues and Blinking Lights and Other Revelations.




Posted by: alexthechick - SMOD. Take us away. at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (Gk3SS)

528 Ian Dury New Boots and Panties. Wake up and make love with me
I come awake
With a gift for womankind
You're still asleep
But the gift don't seem to mind
Add Clevor Trevor too.

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (v2Cb9)

529 Fountains of Wayne--Welcome Interstate Managers

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (h5CN9)

530 Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance

Posted by: Awakener at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (Lj/de)

531 Edgar Winter Group- Frankenstein

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (XLuH2)

532 Guns and Roses Appetite for Destruction was great. Every song was worth listening to about 100 times.

Posted by: JustLikeDavidHasselhoff at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (MNWe/)

533 I think my favorite XTC album is Black Sea

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:29 PM (5H6zj)

534 Run D.M.C. - Raising Hell

Posted by: Gristle Encased Head at January 18, 2013 07:29 PM (+lsX1)

535 Y'all have forced me out of the shadows to post for the first time, because I haven't seen Prince and the Revolution-Purple Rain in this damned thread yet. ('Computer Blue' notwithstanding)

Posted by: N' Now Jerome at January 18, 2013 07:29 PM (LBDng)

536 Man Cards are being cut down like Rebels on Hoth.

Maybe a blanket amnesty is in order.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:29 PM (tBnjP)

537 Violator - Depeche Mode

Posted by: General Woundwort at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (zOP5o)

538
Supertramp - Crime of the Century

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (yiIja)

539 Speaking of E's, any ELO on here?

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (qo8Ul)

540 AC/DC Who Made Who was always one of my favorites.

Posted by: JustLikeDavidHasselhoff at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (MNWe/)

541 Since live albums are OK...either one of Bob Seger's live albums, with my personal favorite of the two being "Nine Tonight".



Evening roonz and roonettez. Stuck at the skating rink again. Amuse me, I beg of you.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (DmCcV)

542 Invictus I get enough Cruxshadows lyrics from certain Baen books. Not here...

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (Gyp4x)

543 CSNY--Deja Vu.

Posted by: Jimpithecus at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (8P4np)

544
>>Run D.M.C. - Raising Hell
Nice. I'd put that in front of 'Staight Outta Compton' AND 'Paul's Boutique'
...both of which should be noted.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:31 PM (zSUIk)

545 Rolling Stones "Some Girls"

REM "Life's Rich Pagent"

Replacements- Pleased to Meet Me (I second that)

Elvis Costello "Armed Forces" & "Punch the Clock"

Led Zep II

Honorable Mention (Best Live Album)

Iron Maiden "Live after Death"

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 07:31 PM (VhcOZ)

546 AWB Pick Up The Pieces!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:31 PM (qo8Ul)

547 .
491
Tom Petty - Damn the Torpedoes

Yeah!

Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (h6XiD)

548 tasker, Psychedelic Furs huh. Never heard of Sister Europe.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (Gyp4x)

549
Man Cards are being cut down like Rebels on Hoth.

Come Away with Me - Norah Jones

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (zSUIk)

550 Rush :
Permanent Waves
Moving Pictures
Signals
All three great all the way through

If you are in to Rush, check out their 2012 release: Clockwork Angels.

I saw them in 2010's Time Machine tour. They can still bring it. Still putting on 3 hour shows

Posted by: Geddy F'n Lee at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (fQlRP)

551 Motorhead - No Sleep Til Hammersmith <-- killer live album

Posted by: Awakener at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (Lj/de)

552 Disintegration - The Cure

Posted by: General Woundwort at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (zOP5o)

553 Its easy, just one? Dark Side of the Moon. Oh and Led Zep I'VE. And Pet Shop Sounds and Abby Road and the White Album and oh forget it

Posted by: JBS at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (YCRvZ)

554
I think my favorite XTC album is Black Sea


Posted by: Y-not
---
One of wifey's favorites.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (VMcEw)

555 Donovan - The Hurdy Gurdy Man


Posted by: Tommy DeVito at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (wwsoB)

556 Outlandos D'Amour

Posted by: John the Libertarian at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (oshol)

557
Re: Elvis - Why no 'Punch the Clock' or 'This Year's Model'?
Posted by: garrett



The game is no bad tracks. Punch the Clock has some killer tunes, play Pills and Soap when your really pissed at our ruling elite, but the album as a whole is about half meh songs.

And This Year's Model is very very strong, but it does have You Belong to Me
and Hand in Hand, which gives it about a 20% meh quotient.



Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (kdS6q)

558 Spring Session M by Missing Persons

Posted by: Manti Te'o at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (FcR7P)

559 Carpenters: Close to You
Posted by: Foghorn Leghorn at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (n8LUb)

That's one of my favorites, too.

Posted by: Matthew McConaughey at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (wAQA5)

560 Carpenters: Close to You

Posted by: Foghorn Leghorn at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (n8LUb)


Air Supply: All Out of LoveThese to songs can put you in a diabetic coma.

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (mETGQ)

561 Aerosmith "Rocks".

Pre-emptively suck it!

Back in the Saddle--and {i]Lat Child-- worth all the other crap I can't remember on it.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (r2PLg)

562 Busted Cherries- Lame Weasel

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (XLuH2)

563 508

Jellyfish, huh. Spilled Milk is pretty good.

No, Spilt Milk is freakin awesome.....

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (h5CN9)

564 541 Since live albums are OK...either one of Bob Seger's live albums, with my personal favorite of the two being "Nine Tonight".

--

If we're including live albums, I think we need the Last Waltz in here.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:33 PM (5H6zj)

565 Oops--Last Child

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (r2PLg)

566 Manti Te'o, ISWYDT

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (Gyp4x)

567 We're Only in it for the Money was a good composition.

Posted by: toby928© for TB at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (QupBk)

568 Brain Salad Surgery.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (VMcEw)

569 The Animals - House of the Rising Sun

Posted by: Nicky Santoro at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (wwsoB)

570 May we post fake bands and albums that sound cool?

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (tBnjP)

571 And those old f'ers still do a good concert.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (r2PLg)

572 Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age of Wireless

Original UK track lineup. Not one of the umpteen re-releases within the first couple of years of its original release. Oh, and the remastered version comes with some great extra material.

Posted by: Dr. Todd Ambrosius at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (XquQz)

573 Led Zep I'VE.

and "Revenge of the Spell-Checked"

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (FcR7P)

574 and any Norah Jones album. I could listen to her sing the phone book. Including the yellow pages.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (DmCcV)

575 Probably not the worlds best rock album I agree but Scorpions In Trance holds a special place in my heart. It was the only tape I had for my contraband Walkman in basic training. Every note is like an old friend.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (SzAZ7)

576 eman, if you go Dave Stewart there will be stern words.

Annie Lennox - Love Is A Stranger In An Open Car

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (Gyp4x)

577 Man Cards are being cut down like Rebels on Hoth.

Roseanne Cash - Seven Year Ache

Posted by: wth at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (wAQA5)

578 azkag : Let us hang, then. Always fun when i can talk music to somebody, my wife doesnt get it

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (SBULa)

579 Invictus I get enough Cruxshadows lyrics from certain Baen books. Not here...
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:30 PM (Gyp4x)

Heh. I introduced Ringo to Hammerfall. Here's Glory to the Brave

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BceAvSZ-V28

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (OQpzc)

580
Bob Marley "Live"

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (mETGQ)

581 Emerson, Lake, and Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery, Trilogy, and Works Vol I.

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (yiIja)

582 Fountains of Wayne--Welcome Interstate Managers


Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:28 PM (h5CN9)



Nice.


Irresistible Bliss - Soul Coughing.

The Invisible Band - Travis

Black Love - The Afghan Whigs


Posted by: alexthechick - SMOD. Take us away. at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (Gk3SS)

583 I'd go with these simply because they're the ones i listen to all the way through -

Hendrix - First Rays of the New Rising Sun

Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti Presence

Van Halen - 5150

Prince - Purple Rain

Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

Metallica - And Justice for All

Pantera - Vulgar Display of Power

Red Hot Chili Peppers - Mothers Milk

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (HI6wa)

584 Invictus, now I know whom to kill first.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (Gyp4x)

585 Hand job- Screw Loose

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (XLuH2)

586 Genesis - Seconds Out

Posted by: Travis at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (9WkMB)

587 Y'all have forced me out of the shadows to post for the first time,
because I haven't seen Prince and the Revolution-Purple Rain in this
damned thread yet.


You beat me by four minutes - nice catch.

Posted by: Gristle Encased Head at January 18, 2013 07:36 PM (+lsX1)

588 And Def Leppard - Hysteria

Posted by: Travis at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (9WkMB)

589 The Scorpion's "Virgin Killer"... primarily for its original cover...

Posted by: Roman Polanski at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (Vk2pI)

590 That was supposed to be Physical Graffiti and Presence

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (HI6wa)

591 548 tasker, Psychedelic Furs huh. Never heard of Sister Europe.
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:32 PM (Gyp4x)

__________________

Her Come Cowboys and President Gas are also good for the sheer irony.

I did time in Canada so--some weird percentage of the radio songs had to be--of the Common Wealth.

Some weird rule like that.

America was going to brain wash every one in Canada and steal the cows, lumber and oil.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (r2PLg)

592 Nobody loses a man card for Norah Jones .
Girl is badass .

Posted by: awkward davies at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (USjX1)

593 Hmm.

No Dylan.

No The Band.

No Neil Young.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (tBnjP)

594 Iggy Pop - The Idiot

Posted by: kathysaysso at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (6H6o8)

595
'Pills and Soap' I have no problem with that one...it's 'Boxing Day' that I find hard to swallow as it is track one on side two. Makes it easy to skip, though.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM (zSUIk)

596
Norah Jones rendition of Hank Williams Cold, Cold Heart is great. [burns man card]

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (Ph479)

597 On the off-chance that someone didn't already mention these three: Beggar's Banquet, Sticky Fingers and (OK, not a studio album, but probably the best live album ever), Get Yer Ya's Ya's Out.

Yeah, I'm a Stones fan.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (BStAJ)

598 I was going to say Prince - Purple Rain too, but then again, I'm a homer.

Posted by: johnd01 at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (r0+v0)

599 432
Damn. 10,000 Maniacs

I haven't heard that name in close to 20 years.
Posted by: BCochran1981 at January 18, 2013 07:16 PM (GEICT)


They have a brand new album coming out next month: "Music From the Motion Picture".

Posted by: rickl at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (sdi6R)

600 Weird Al's "Dare to be Stupid" is a classic, too.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (DmCcV)

601 Revolver by The
Beatles
The Beatles by The Beatles
Bridge Over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel
Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys
Hotel California by The Eagles
Tommy by The Who (pretty much the only thing by The Who I like)
Bat Out of Hell, sung by Meatloaf and written by Jim Steinman
The Metal Opera Part 1 and Part 2 by Avantasia
Keeper of the Seven Keys Part 1 and Part 2 by Helloween
Nightfall In Middle-Earth by Blind Guardian
Imaginations From the Other Side by Blind Guardian
Land of the Free by Gamma Ray
No World Order by Gamma Ray
Legendary Tales by Rhapsody (currently Rhapsody of Fire)
Really? No Meatloaf lovers on here?

Posted by: nat at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (0D/Fp)

602
Allman Brothers Live at the Fillmore
Emerson Lake and Palmer, album named the same, some great music on that album
Elton John, GoodbyeYellow Brick Road
These picks are more a show of age than any ability to critique music
Has anyone picked Britney yet? :-)

Posted by: Tom_Ohio at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (Zz48T)

603 LOL tasker. Yes the Canadians have this odd notion the Yanks are going to take them over. Probably a left over from them burning down the White House. Revenge you know.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:38 PM (Gyp4x)

604 May we post fake bands and albums that sound cool?

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:34 PM (tBnjP



Thier was a punk band called Stigmata A Go Go.
Also one called The Sniveling Shit's but I don't think they made an album.

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (mETGQ)

605 Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 07:37 PM

I had Blood on the Tracks. Also, the Last Waltz (if we're doing live albums). I am not a Neil Young fan tho.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (5H6zj)

606
And from the, "but you've probably never heard of them" file:

Raw Stylus - Pushing Against the Flow 1996

Kinda Steely Dan meets Nu Soul. Google up some tracks on YouTube and give them a try. Great late night album you can let run because there are really no clinkers.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (kdS6q)

607
1. Allman Brothers-Fillmore East
2. U2-Joshua Tree

Posted by: Starlady at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (pJoe5)

608 Shakalaka- Dim Sum

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (XLuH2)

609 AC/DC - High Voltage (take your pick on the Aussie or International version)

Posted by: steveegg at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (o44nj)

610 Joan Jett - Bad Reputation

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (qo8Ul)

611 How can any of us forget Chicago 17. Ahh Chicago 17. Get dumped, down a bottle of wine or six, put this on and up the tracks not across the road.

Posted by: alexthechick - SMOD. Take us away. at January 18, 2013 07:39 PM (Gk3SS)

612 Lotta Emerson Lake and Palmer love on this thread.

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (h5CN9)

613 The Ronettes - Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes

The Crystals - He's a Rebel

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (wwsoB)

614 I used to love the album Mother Love Bone - Mother Love Bone back in the early '90s. I haven't listened to it in quite a while to see if it's withstood the test of time, but '90s Kenny would have definitely answered with that.

Posted by: KennyM at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (pr7jq)

615 George Strait - Anytime, any Place, any ocasion!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (qo8Ul)

616 OT, from comment at This Aint Hell

there are links between what we’ve been seeing in Libya, Egypt and now Algeria. There were two reasons for the Benghazi attack:
1) Revenge for the death of Al-Libi, whose brother is a senior member of the LIFG and appealed to Dr. Zawahiri for retribution.
2) The release of the Blind Sheik. In fact, the sub-unit that falls under Ansar Al Sharia responsible for carrying out the attack. is called “The Imprisoned Omar Abdul Rahman Brigade.”
Additionally, the demonstration that led to the US embassy in Cairo being overrun were chanting for this guy’s release. It was never about some stupid youtube video. Interestingly enough, you’ll find a direct link between the guys responsible for that demonstration (Sheiks Shehato, Ashoush and Dr. Zawahiri’s younger brother Muhammad)and the Benghazi attack. In fact, Shehato and Ashoush helped establish what is known as the “Nasir City” AQ cell, which sent guys to Benghazi to help with the attack. All to get the Blind Sheik out of jail and get vengeance for Al Libi’s death by UAV this past June. Also look up the name Muhammad Jamal al Kashef (a.k.a. Abu Ahmed, because he also has extensive links to Libyan jihadist in addition to his role in the Benghazi attack and links to Egypt. I say this because some of those involved in the Algeria hostage incident were from Libya and Egypt. I doubt this is a coincidence. If anything, I’d say this is all part of a coordinated effort. What this tells us is 2013 will likely be a year of great bloodshed. We have the policy of appeasement to thank for that one, because after all, weakness is a provocative act itself…

Posted by: thunderb at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (Dnbau)

617 In the Court of the Crimson King was a pretty complete album.

21st Century Schizoid Man
I Talk to the Wind
Epitaph
Moonchild
and The Court of the Crimson King

Posted by: toby928© for TB at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (QupBk)

618 Aja

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:41 PM (VMcEw)

619
>>>The Ronettes - Presenting the Fabulous Ronettes

Oh, hell yes.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:41 PM (zSUIk)

620 Santana: Santana and Abraxas

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:41 PM (mETGQ)

621 Dio--Holy Diver because Rainbow in the Dark--do I remember the rest of the songs--um--

damn you 150 proof Bacardi.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 07:41 PM (r2PLg)

622 Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet

Posted by: Guy who killed the Kennedys at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (wwsoB)

623 I'm old enough to remember when an album was something you put on, listened to a whole side, then flipped over, repeat. Old. My kids look at me funny when I say "album".

Probably quite pedestrian on my part, but I can still do that with Led Zeppelin's fourth, and McCartney's bowl of cherries.

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (WWeoI)

624 618
Aja

Can't believe I missed that one. Probably the best album of the 1970s.

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (h5CN9)

625 Then there is Jane Child. Dreads, chains, and oodles of attitude.
http://youtu.be/zWd__w5UWVc

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (Gyp4x)

626 George Strait - Anytime, any Place, any ocasion!


Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:40 PM (qo8Ul)


I approve of this message. Even if it was from a jarhead.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Navy, Ret. at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (DmCcV)

627
Squeeze - East Side Story
Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix

With all due respect,any Squeeze album without Jools Holland has no business beingon this list. Whynot list a Yes album sansRick Wakeman?

Posted by: ombdz at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (2DpoY)

628 Jehrico....The Band

Posted by: BignJames at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (Sg0G/)

629 Turrible Aroma- Pants a' Fire

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (XLuH2)

630 New Riders of the purple sage. The adventures of panama red. But I also really like hendrix the blues album. Spent many hours listening to both

Posted by: Theworminator at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (yZxXI)

631
Posted by: GGE of the Moron Navy, Ret. at January 18, 2013 07:42 PM (DmCcV)

Well then I am sure you love The Village People's debut!

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (zSUIk)

632 Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
Black Crowes - Southern Harmony

Second: GnR - Use Your Illusion II

Posted by: slatz at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (fAVBA)

633 Thanks Squid!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (qo8Ul)

634 When ever I see Aja I think of the Forty Year Old Virgin. How hard did they laugh when you brought the Aja poster in to get framed?

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (Ph479)

635 Countdown to Ecstasy Steely Dan

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (aZ6ew)

636 The Beatles White Album

Posted by: Charlie Manson and Family at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (wwsoB)

637 >> I haven't seen Prince and the Revolution-Purple Rain in this damned thread yet.

Of course not. Because you misspelled "Controversy"

Posted by: Andy at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (OZPoa)

638 Sorry GGE that sounds harsh when it wasn't meant to be!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (qo8Ul)

639 Up on the Sun - The Meat Puppets

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (zSUIk)

640 Procol Harum- whiter shade of pale

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (nqBYe)

641 Tom Waits....Small Change.
Done.
Next.

Posted by: Infoprof at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (OMw7P)

642 Dio--Holy Diver because Rainbow in the Dark--do I remember the rest of the songs--um--


That would make it just for Man On The Silver Mountain.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (OQpzc)

643 Beastie Boy's Pauls Boutique
Tool - Aenima
GnR Appetite for Destruction
Mettalica And Justice For All

Posted by: joeindc44 wonders if anyone has any advice for the GOP at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (QxSug)

644
Marvin Gaye: What's Going On.


Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:44 PM (mETGQ)

645 Will the Circle be unbroken .
Nitty Gritty and every bluegrass and gospel great .

Posted by: awkward davies at January 18, 2013 07:45 PM (USjX1)

646 Boogie Til You Puke by Rootboy Slim and the Sex Change Band

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 07:45 PM (Ph479)

647
English Beat - I Just Can't Stop It
Posted by: Y-not



Yep.

Damn, I used to listen to a lot of that Black and White Ska revival stuff. Why wasn't I considered hip? Must have been the shoes....

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:45 PM (kdS6q)

648 The Doors first album was their best

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:45 PM (wwsoB)

649 As for Zepplin, I'm young, so I bought the 4 disc greatest hits set, having no concept of "albums" for them.

Posted by: joeindc44 wonders if anyone has any advice for the GOP at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (QxSug)

650 Crack the Skye-Mastodon is also very,very good.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (9XBK2)

651 Counting Crows - August and Everything After

LOVE every single song on this album.

Posted by: AbeFroman at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (yLc78)

652 Pointer Sisters-"I'm so excited".

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (XLuH2)

653 Asleep at the Wheel, Live from Austin Texas!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (qo8Ul)

654
548tasker, Psychedelic Furs huh. Never heard of Sister Europe.
My second favorite by them.

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (SBULa)

655
I forgot to add Bat out of Hell
so Bat out of Hell
and yes we all at one time or another are praying for the end of time
FYI Carla Devito ( the chick in the video of paradise by the dashboard lights ) is freakin old now

Posted by: Tom_Ohio at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (Zz48T)

656 I have now idea how this thread got me listening to The Flaming Lips' "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song" but stranger things have happened. I love this group. Anybody seen them live? I haven't.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (Mh+lD)

657 miles davis- kind of blue

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (nqBYe)

658 578 azkag : Let us hang, then. Always fun when i can talk music to somebody, my wife doesnt get it
Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (SBULa)

No, your wife don't understand you, but I do.
- Lurlene Lumpkin

Posted by: azkag at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (t+aes)

659 EXODUS (Bob Marley)

HARDER THEY COME SOUNDTRACK (Jimmy Cliff)

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (H96hE)

660 Uriah Heep Demons and Wizards

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (VMcEw)

661
The Who: The Kid's Are Alright

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (mETGQ)

662 JoeinDC--try How the West Was Won and the BBC Sessions for a great collection of Zeppelin live

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (WWeoI)

663 Deep Purple's "Machine Head"

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (Vk2pI)

664 Rush - Hemispheres
Motorhead - On Parole
Led Zep - Houses of the Holy

and

Cyndi Lauper - She's so unusual.

So sue me.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (SzAZ7)

665 Yes - Frah-jee-lay

Posted by: Mr Parker at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (wwsoB)

666 Ditto on The Dan

Aja for sure

Posted by: Johnny Utah at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (DNOOe)

667 652
Pointer Sisters-"I'm so excited".

Assuming Guido is a man, I think he just lost his man card.

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (h5CN9)

668 Should I wonder if anyone will nominate Swingout Sister?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:47 PM (Gyp4x)

669 EXODUS (Bob Marley)



HARDER THEY COME SOUNDTRACK (Jimmy Cliff)

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (H96hE)

PRESSURE DROP (TOOTS AND MAYTALS)

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (mETGQ)

670 Live Rust, Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Posted by: Michael B at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (s6ryt)

671 Tom Waits - Small Change.

Yes, awesome - can I buy a round of scotch?

Posted by: Herbert Hymenhopper at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (zkWV6)

672 Janes Addiction Live

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (v2Cb9)

673
Donald Fagen - The Nightfly


Flawless. When you're still at work at midnight and you started at 6 AM, you'll understand.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (kdS6q)

674 garrett, I wish I had all of the Village People's albums. They burn so nicely.


Georgia Jarhead, harsh? dude, I did 20 years, you're gonna have to do better than that to even get into harsh's area code, much less it's AO... Ooh-rah!

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM (DmCcV)

675 Tasker, well Sister Europe. Well the whole band is on downers. *shudder*

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (Gyp4x)

676 No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (5H6zj)

677 Well, I woke up Sunday morning With no way to hold my head that didn't hurt. And the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad, So I had one more for dessert. .......

Posted by: who am I? at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (wAQA5)

678 My vote for Back in Black. Nearly every track is a classic.

Posted by: CanadianGuy at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (aqm4D)

679 Hello 'rons & 'ettes. Good evening everyone.

IMHO the Greatest "Debut" Albums (in no particular order, and the term is pretty loose) (by the way, I went to High School early '80's):

My Aim Is True - Elvis Costello
Outlandos D'Amour - The Police
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Violent Femmes
Van Halen
High Voltage - AC/DC
Silk Degrees - Boz Scaggs
Talking Heads '77
Boy - U2
Pablo Honey - Radiohead
The Smiths
Parachutes - Coldplay
Kill 'Em All - Metallica
Murmur - R.E.M.
Pretenders
Ten - Pearl Jam
Weezer
B-52's
...and I really like the album - Room for Squares - John Mayer

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (mkb9H)

680 XTC - Drums and Wires

Posted by: holygoat at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (XnwWl)

681 Janes Addiction Live

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:48 PM
---------------------
Fuckin' A Right.

My God that band was a good live show.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (Mh+lD)

682 For the Steely Dan fans in the crowd, I would strongly suggest you go see them if you have the chance. They are really old and ostensibly liberal as hell, but they sound just great. The fact that I know every word to every song (even though I can't remember what I had for lunch today) certainly helps.


Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (h5CN9)

683 Yes - Going for the One

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (wwsoB)

684
and Long Hard Dick by It's 2 Hard

Yes, that is a real song, byt a real band. And it isnt an MP3 anywhere on the net. And googling it causes isses with ththe wife.

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (SBULa)

685 I forgot--Paul Butterfield, Better Days! ow, so good!

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (WWeoI)

686 **** Led Zeppelin II-- great blues tunes in rock and roll heaven....

Posted by: Djoe at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (rELuT)

687 Thanks GGE, 26.5 years of pure joy for me! Semper Fi!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:51 PM (qo8Ul)

688
Should I wonder if anyone will nominate Swingout Sister?
Posted by: Anna Puma



It's Better to Travel? Yeah, but doesn't the album have a bunch of those crappy dub/remixes on it?

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:52 PM (kdS6q)

689 'Hip Hug Her' - Booker T and the MGs

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:52 PM (zSUIk)

690 I saw Paul Butterfield play a club in Baltimore back in the day.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:52 PM (5H6zj)

691 Ex-o-dus!
Movement of Jah Morons!
Oh-oh-oh, yea-eah!

We know where we're going
We know where we're from
We're leaving Babylon, y'all!
We're going to AoShq land

Ex-o-dus!
Movement of Jah Morons!
All right! All right!

Movement of Jah Morons!
Movement of Jah Morons!
Movement of Jah Morons!

Move!
Move!
Move!

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 07:52 PM (H96hE)

692
658578 azkag : Let us hang, then. Always fun when i can talk music to somebody, my wife doesnt get it
Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (SBULa)

No, your wife don't understand you, but I do.
- Lurlene Lumpkin

Glad someone does

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 07:53 PM (SBULa)

693 Minor Threat - First 2 7"

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:53 PM (SzAZ7)

694 I saw Muddy Waters at the Cellar Door--would have loved to have seen Butterfield live. Saw Zeppelin live too--my son remains awed--lol

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:53 PM (WWeoI)

695 God, I fucking hate Bob Marley.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:53 PM (zSUIk)

696 **** Led Zeppelin II-- great blues tunes in rock and roll heaven....


Posted by: Djoe at January 18, 2013 07:50 PM (rELuT)

Still got the original including Sargent Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band.

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:53 PM (mETGQ)

697 Add 2112 to my list with Mister Mister.

"We Have Assumed Control...We Have Assumed Control...Let It Burn...We Have Assumed Control..."

Awesome.

Posted by: VA GAtor at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (Qf+nH)

698 Appetite For Destruction by Guns n' Roses.


Posted by: SGT Dan's Cat at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (O0YsD)

699 In roughly 700 comments no one has dared mention 'Don't Worry Be Happy' as even a good song

Life is good. Bobby needs to be fed to Chomper.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (Gyp4x)

700 damn near anything by emmylou harris

Posted by: freeTibet with purchase of equal or greater value Tibet at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (quLHy)

701 Outdoor Concerts!
Foreigner, Loverboy and Quarterflash!!!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (qo8Ul)

702 Jeff B-Yay you for the Talk Talk!

We may be the only two people on earth who adore that band but Colour of Spring has been a favorite since I bought the cassette (!) in Europe in 1986 and New Grass on Laughing Stock is seriously the most fucking gorgeous song ever, #1 most played in iTunes. Love Spirit of Eden too. Talk Talk is so underrated.

I second the Led Zep, U2 and Exile and Joni Mitchell "Blue" votes.

I would also submit "Hats" by Blue Nile and "In Rainbows" by Radiohead as other played-to-death every song is awesome albums.

Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 07:54 PM (ac2bL)

703
If we are including 'Live' albums, and we shouldn't, then 'Waiting for Colombus' by Little Feat.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 06:33 PM (zSUIk)

Absolutely. And probably also The Last Waltz, by The Band.

Posted by: Alberta Oil Peon at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (673KB)

704 Music from the Big Pink by The Band
One for the Road by The Kinks. Lola is one of those songs that just won't leave my head once it gets in.

Posted by: Northern Lurker at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (sCK+c)

705 Truth and Soul - Fishbone

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (zSUIk)

706 Grand Funk Railroad Closer to Home

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (VMcEw)

707 small nasty venues with outrageous cover and drink minimums! The Persuasions! Doc Watson!

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (WWeoI)

708 Look at us all in that ol' thread.

[sniff]

Posted by: BlackOrchid-StillMissingDagny at January 18, 2013 07:55 PM (J6kXj)

709 on a 12"

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (SzAZ7)

710
The Tubes - What Do You Want From Live

Saw these guys live at Alex Cooley's Electric Ballroom in Hotlanta in '74. Fee Waybill (nee Trenchmouth) chased one audience member out the door with a chainsaw during one song.

They made Alice Cooper look like a Sunday School picnic.

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (yiIja)

711 metallica, nothing else matters

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (nqBYe)

712 634
When ever I see Aja I think of the Forty Year Old Virgin. How hard did
they laugh when you brought the Aja poster in to get framed?

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 07:43 PM (Ph479)
That wasn't an Aja poster. That was an Asia poster. Asia was a spin off band from Emerson Lake and Palmer. Their biggest hit was "Heat of the Moment," and they kinda sucked, which was the joke.....

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (h5CN9)

713 Beach Boys - Shut Down, Vol. 2

Beach Boys - Today!

Beach Boys - All Summer Long

For fans of their later albums, Wild Honey and Holland

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (wwsoB)

714 700+ comments...Music is cooler than politics (even TFG)

Posted by: Tony253 at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (3yMFT)

715 >>694 I saw Muddy Waters at the Cellar Door

Is that in DC?

IIRC I saw Butterfield at No Fish Today on Eutaw Street in Baltimore.

Got to see Muddy Waters in Burlington Vermont when I was in college.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (5H6zj)

716 Eman~ Fake bands that sound cool?

.uuuhmmmm....I've kinda headed down that road. But I'm on horse meds....

Stanky Booty - Therious Mobo

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (XLuH2)

717 Should I wonder if anyone will nominate Swingout Sister?


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD)

Okay, I'll bite. I'll go with Kaleidoscope World, because I think it's their most complete album.

Posted by: holygoat at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (XnwWl)

718
>>Absolutely. And probably also The Last Waltz, by The Band.

I have bootlegs of that complete show. So good.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (zSUIk)

719 Van Halen - Diver Down
Van Halen - 1984
Chris LeDoux - Gold Buckle Dreams
Mojo Nixon - Root Hog or Die

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (DmCcV)

720 CAC listening to some music late last night:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqK-o7loiN8

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (ORGYc)

721 I saw The Tubes at Eastern Illinois University in 1983. One of the best shows I have ever seen. Fee Waybill is a truly amazing performer

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (h5CN9)

722 Dr. Octagon - Dr. Octagonecologyst

Oh shit there's a horse in the hospital!

Posted by: Hoarymarmot at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (DkoK4)

723 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XO-AITnREQI

THAT is how open a rock show (Jane's Addiction). I miss seeing them live.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (Mh+lD)

724 School of Fish..School of Fish

http://www.amazon.com/School-Fish/dp/B00000DRBL

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (fKyrY)

725 Them some lyrics right there:
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery None but ourselves can free our minds.Have no fear for atomic energy,
'Cause none of them can stop the time.How long shall they kill our prophets,While we stand aside and look? Ooh!
Some say it's just a part of it:
We've got to fullfil the book.

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (v2Cb9)

726 So how long is the Long Play in a LP Album?


22.5 minutes per side

Posted by: Tmitsss at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (hk2bd)

727 Ok My complete list

Def Leppard - Hysteria
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Pearl Jam - Ten or/and VS
Mad Season - Above
Ice Cube - Death Certificate
Prince - Purple Rain
Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies




Posted by: Sho Nuff at January 18, 2013 07:57 PM (jo0fs)

728 OT I hope the weather is awful for the coronation...I mean,inauguration.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (9XBK2)

729 Guido,

surgery went well?

enjoying tunes?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (nqBYe)

730 Greg Kihn Band Kihnspiracy!

Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (qo8Ul)

731 >>714 700+ comments...Music is cooler than politics (even TFG)

When I was in college, music WAS politics. People really did segregate and define themselves based largely on musical tastes. I wonder if it's like that now.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (5H6zj)

732 Nancy Wilson - Hello Young Lovers - circa 1962 with the Nelson Riddle Orchastra; Rubber Soul - Beatles; and Miles Davis - Sketches of Spain... When I'm in those moods.

And I do like Steely Dan - Aja, and Sir Elton "Hercules" John - Madman Across the Water (and most of the '70's stuff).

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (mkb9H)

733 Who can choose between The Simpsons' Boogie, Lovely to Love Your Lovin, or Simpsons' Christmas Boogie?

Posted by: azkag at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (t+aes)

734 Y-not, it USED to be in DC, in Georgetown right up from where M St. hits key Bridge.

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (WWeoI)

735 Horses - Patti Smith

Posted by: Coachslacker at January 18, 2013 07:58 PM (LCnXo)

736 My picks are "so edggggy," you know, like a Prius owner driving around in Boulder with an "Act Local, Think Global" bumper sticker, but....

Dark Side of the Moon
Wish You Were Here
and that's just from Pink Floyd

Sgt. Peppers
Abbey Road
I'd even toss in Rubber Soul--great, great album

Joshua Tree belongs for sure
Appetite for Destruction
Rumours

If they combined all the good songs from Use Your Illusion I with Use Your Illusion II you'd have a pretty long album filled with nothing but great songs. In my opinion, anyway.

There are other albums that I can't think of right now.

Posted by: Andy at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (iTwmT)

737


THIS is how you open a show...HELL AWAITS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEeRL94Rzbw

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (zSUIk)

738
HELL YEAH
\m/ \m/
Posted by: Naqamel




No, you can't copy my Algebra homework. Pay attention in class.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (kdS6q)

739 Kamelot - Epica and Kamelot - The Black Halo, a metalish "opera" based on Goethe's Faust.

Posted by: Smash'em at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (RDOP8)

740 695
God, I fucking hate Bob Marley.

Posted by: garrett

A-fucking-men.

Posted by: holygoat at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (XnwWl)

741 Sailing To America.......Mark Knopfler.....it got kind of lost when it was released one month before 9/11, but it's basically a love song to the idea that was America. If you ever have a chance to play it while travelling cross country, you'll get it.

Posted by: Hill Country Texan at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (spav1)

742

One of the lesser known bands Mountain: Mississippi Queen.

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (mETGQ)

743 That must have been really tough on you disco types, eh, Y-not?

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (ORGYc)

744
Fake bands that sound cool?

Compressorhead, for the newbies. YouTube it.

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (yiIja)

745 loreena McKennit arthas destiny

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (nqBYe)

746 Something for BCochran, Sean, GGE, Invictus, eman, and probably a few others. From the other side of the Pacific Rim and 2011. 'Mr. Taxi Driver.'

http://youtu.be/fhseD2tRLUY

Or is that OT on this thread?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (Gyp4x)

747 Neil Young, Harvest, After the Gold Rush, Decade (cheat-I know it is a greatest hits)
Rolling Stones, Sticky Fingers and Let it Bleed
Peter Gabriel So
Roxy Music Avalon
Pink Floyd, Dark Side/Wish you were here/The Wall

All on heavy rotation in my late 1980's college apartment in Montreal.

Love these threads, I am always looking for new stuff to listen to

Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (ac2bL)

748
Canned Heat: On The Road Again.

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (mETGQ)

749 Sabaton - The Art of War

Posted by: Smash'em at January 18, 2013 08:01 PM (RDOP8)

750
Grateful Dead: American Beauty

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 08:01 PM (mETGQ)

751 Here's some I haven't seen so far that deserve a mention:
Robert Palmer - Sneaking Sally Thru the Alley: One of the best rock singers backed up by the Meters and members of Little Feat.
Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Spirit - 12 Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus

Posted by: SicSemperTyrannus at January 18, 2013 08:01 PM (EAESv)

752 Oh!

In Rainbows and OK Computer--I can listen to both of those albums over and over. Incidentally, I saw Radiohead live last April and they were outstanding. I'd go see them again.

Posted by: Andy at January 18, 2013 08:02 PM (iTwmT)

753
Feel The Sound - Imperial Teen

Might cost me a corner of the mancard, but this album is pop perfection.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:02 PM (zSUIk)

754
Led Zeppelin
Led Zeppelin II
Led Zeppelin IV
Houses of the Holy
Physical Graffiti.
In whatever order you wish. I'm also fond of Stand Up by Jethro Tull, Black Sabbath, Paranoid by Black Sabbath, In The Court of the Crimson King, and Bayou County and Cosmo's Factoryby Creedence.

Posted by: PalinFan at January 18, 2013 08:02 PM (REGaT)

755 675 Tasker, well Sister Europe. Well the whole band is on downers. *shudder*
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (Gyp4x)

________________________

It's weird how I get off on the Psychedelic Furs whining impotent.

I can't recommend President Gas and Her Come Cowboys enough just for that.

Anyways--I think Alan Parsons might have been the motivating force behind the classic whole story approach to an album--resulting in the classic Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.

The only albums I ever really had the patience to listen to in their entirety are because of that story like formatting with the overlapping. Pink Floyd.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM (r2PLg)

756 Boston, Procol Harum Shine On or BOz Skaggs silk degress or The Tubes or The Complete set of Queen. That Freddy Had some pipes and man I hear he could blow...

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM (x59Gv)

757 746 Something for BCochran, Sean, GGE, Invictus, eman, and probably a few others. From the other side of the Pacific Rim and 2011. 'Mr. Taxi Driver.'

http://youtu.be/fhseD2tRLUY

Or is that OT on this thread?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (Gyp4x)





Never, EVER, OT Anna!

Posted by: BCochran1981 at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM (GEICT)

758 something else I would like to mention, numerous bands in the 80's used to include an instrumental in the mix, not sure on 70's bands, was too young. I miss those. Some of them were down right cool.

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM (SBULa)

759 Moody Blues - Days of Future Past: still holds up

Posted by: SicSemperTyrannus at January 18, 2013 08:04 PM (EAESv)

760 The Yardbirds - For Your Love

Eric Clapton's tenure, and Jeff Beck's first album with them

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:04 PM (wwsoB)

761 Quadrophenia - The Who
Black Rose: A Rock Legend - Thin Lizzy
Streets - Savatage
Let It Be - The Replacements
Rising - Rainbow
Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Posted by: Devil-Slayer at January 18, 2013 08:04 PM (y+by6)

762 Alone Together..

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:04 PM (x59Gv)

763 Check out talking heads in Rome 1980 w/ adrien belew
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0wp2qhoop9U&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 08:05 PM (v2Cb9)

764
'At War with the Mystics' - The Flaming Lips
Double LP perfection.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:05 PM (zSUIk)

765 Yes dear Ette. Thank you. a "couple of extra screws needed
" but out of appreciation for your concern I will not say it next 3 days drugs drugs drugs...tough life. I cannot be held responsible for my comments.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:05 PM (XLuH2)

766 Ok, Who's Next

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:05 PM (x59Gv)

767 Unknown Pleasures- Joy Division

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 08:05 PM (xRu5L)

768 Matthew Sweet- Girlfriend
Joe Jackson- Look Sharp
Rolling Stones- Sticky Fingers
Nick Lowe- Labour of Lust
Elvis Costello- Get Happy, My Aim is True
Sublime- Sublime
Warren Zevon- Excitable Boy

Posted by: John Pearson at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (YZOZ3)

769 Anyways--I think Alan Parsons might have been the
motivating force behind the classic whole story approach to an
album--resulting in the classic Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon and The
Wall.



The only albums I ever really had the patience to listen to in their
entirety are because of that story like formatting with the
overlapping. Pink Floyd.





Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM

Brian Wilson did that with Smile, and Good Vibrations was the first "modular" or "suite" pop song

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (wwsoB)

770 THIS is how you open a show...HELL AWAITS
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DEeRL94Rzbw
Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM
---------------------
Fuck. I just started running around my house breaking shit. It felt good.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (Mh+lD)

771 http://bit.ly/XlrhbG

The James Gang Rides Again

"Asshton Park" Cool instrumental

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (VMcEw)

772 'Repeater' - Fugazi

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (zSUIk)

773 Hole!

Posted by: Herbert Hymenhopper at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (zkWV6)

774 741 Sailing To America.......Mark Knopfler.....it got kind of lost when it was released one month before 9/11, but it's basically a love song to the idea that was America. If you ever have a chance to play it while travelling cross country, you'll get it.
Posted by: Hill Country Texan at January 18, 2013 07:59 PM (spavin)
_________________

Ooh thanks for that suggestion.

I absolutely love his guitar sound--it's so unique.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (r2PLg)

775 Shit Sandwich -- Spinal Tap

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (ORGYc)

776 'You're Living All Over Me' -Dinosaur Jr.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (zSUIk)

777 Coltrane, but its tough to choose. Giant Steps or My Favorite Things. Oh Yeah by Mingus also holds together well too.

London Calling is great, but I'm more partial to the (uneven) Give Em Enough Rope.

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (Hz1zc)

778 743 That must have been really tough on you disco types, eh, Y-not?
----

That's low, andycanuck!

I was, for once in my life, part of the cool crowd who ran the radio station.

We had a population of Dead Heads, a lot of folks who liked those generic-y bands I can never keep straight (I call them all Boston), and then some of us into Blues and New Wave.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (5H6zj)

779 enigma

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (nqBYe)

780 Soup Dragons...Lovegod

http://tinyurl.com/ajku2x2 (Amazon)



and


Robert Plant...Now and Zen

http://tinyurl.com/ajnc7xc (Amazon)

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (fKyrY)

781 I just realized something ....

Ace put this up as a thread to keep us busy for a very long time without bugging him for a new thread ..

Ace, you magnificent bastard!

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (wwsoB)

782 Well, I woke up Sunday morning With no way to hold
my head that didn't hurt. And the beer I had for breakfast wasn't bad,
So I had one more for dessert. .......

Posted by: who am I? at January 18, 2013 07:49 PM (wAQA5)


Would that be Kris Kristofferson or Johnny Cash? Speaking of:
Kris Kristoferson - Silver Tongued Devil
Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (DmCcV)

783 Something for BCochran, Sean, GGE, Invictus, eman, and probably a few others. From the other side of the Pacific Rim and 2011. 'Mr. Taxi Driver.'
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:00 PM (Gyp4x)

I can't believe you included me with those irredeemable poonhounds. Just for that an anthem song:

Maonowar - Warriors Of The World

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JS47QWBycHw

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (OQpzc)

784 Buckingham Nicks.

Exquisite guitar work by the great Lindsey Buckingham with vocals by Stevie Nicks before she did anything with anybody else. You can't buy the album but it's on youtube.

Oh, and Stevie Nicks is, like, naked on the cover.

Posted by: Haley's Buttery Biscuit at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (jUa8x)

785 He's dead to me now but I have to mention Born to Run by Springsteen as a pretty kickass album.


Purple Rain by Prince and Brothers in Arms by Dire Straits

War and Unforgettable Fire by U2 also.

1980s holla!

Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (ac2bL)

786 781
I just realized something ....

Ace put this up as a thread to keep us busy for a very long time without bugging him for a new thread ..

Ace, you magnificent bastard!



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM

Correction ... CAC, you magnificent bastard!

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (wwsoB)

787 Well I am pleased to know that video has the BCochran velocifapter seal of approval.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (Gyp4x)

788 Most of the albums that popped into my mind have been mentioned above somewhere.
Three that haven't are ---
Aretha Franklin - I Never Loved a Man
Getz and Gilberto - Getz-Gilberto
Hector Lavoe -- La Voz.

Somebody mentioned Simon and Garfunkel's Bookends, which is probably the best choice, but Bridge Over Troubled Water is uniformly good too.

It's funny though. The uniformly best albums are not necessarily the best. (Huh?) I mean, an album might be 80% great but have a couple of clunkers on 'em and yet I might like it more than a "perfect" one.

Posted by: Margarita DeVille at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (C8mVl)

789 CAC listening to some music late last night:
www.youtube.com/watch?v=wqK-o7loiN8

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 07:56 PM (ORGYc)


"Happy Trails" by Quicksilver Messenger Service

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (Vk2pI)

790 The Tubes were great for stumping DJs back in the early 80s.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (tBnjP)

791 Ace put this up as a thread to keep us busy for a very long time without bugging him for a new thread ..

Ace, you magnificent bastard!



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:07 PM (wwsoB)

admit it, it is nice to take a mental break from the chaos.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (nqBYe)

792 In no particular order:

Pink Floyd - Dark Side
Patty Griffin - 1000 Kisses
Van Morrison - Moondance
Beatles - Abbey Road
Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
Depeche Mode - Violator

Posted by: jayincognito at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (zBTlS)

793 Patti Smith - Horses

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (BStAJ)

794
>>Robert Plant...Now and Zen

The LP of this is one of the best examples of Direct Metal Mastering out there. It sounds fantastic.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (zSUIk)

795 I suppose Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York counts as a "Best of" but it is simply the best unplugged set ever.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (SzAZ7)

796
something else I would like to mention, numerous
bands in the 80's used to include an instrumental in the mix, not sure
on 70's bands, was too young. I miss those. Some of them were down right
cool.

Posted by: Trippy at January 18, 2013 08:03 PM (SBULa)


Check out early Joe Cocker with Leon Russell on Piano.

http://tinyurl.com/5kdjo9

http://tinyurl.com/6ajx4o

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (mETGQ)

797
As luck would have it, I'm going to hear one of my bud's band and celebrate DIL#2's birthday.

Y'all have fun and try not to trash the place, 'k?

Posted by: BackwardsBoy, who did not vote for this shit. at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (yiIja)

798 Brian Wilson did that with Smile, and Good Vibrations was the first "modular" or "suite" pop song

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:06 PM (wwsoB)

_____________________

Damn that's right--but I don't know if it tells a story quite like the Floyd albums.

Damn my memory really sucks.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (r2PLg)

799 Oh crap need some zevon. Bad luck streak in dancing school.

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (v2Cb9)

800
Gawd, there's so many to choose from

Tull...Thick as a Brick
Beatles...Abbey Road
Floyd...Dark Side of the Moon
Zepp...Pick any of the first four
Genesis...Foxtrot
Clapton...Layla and other Assorted Love Songs

I could be here all night. So I'll cue up a few of these and start listening.

Posted by: douger at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (fPY0c)

801 The Waterboys-Fisherman's Blues is a damn good album.
OT...will we ever see a concert like Live Aid again? When musicians actually played instruments and sold out stadiums?
Take a look at this list:











London Wembley Stadium
Coldstream Guards –
"Royal Salute", "God Save the Queen" (W 12:00);

Status Quo – "Rockin'
All Over the World", "Caroline", "Don't Waste My
Time" (W 12:02);

The Style Council –
"You're the Best Thing", "Big Boss Groove",
"Internationalists", "Walls Come Tumbling Down"
(W 12:19);

The Boomtown Rats – "I
Don't Like Mondays", "Drag Me Down", "Rat Trap",
"For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" (sung by the audience) (W
12:44);

Adam Ant – "Vive Le
Rock" (W 13:00);

Ultravox – "Reap the
Wild Wind", "Dancing with Tears in My Eyes", "One
Small Day", "Vienna" (W 13:16);

Spandau Ballet – "Only
When You Leave", "Virgin", "True" (W
13:47);

Elvis Costello – "All
You Need Is Love" (W 14:07);

Nik Kershaw – "Wide
Boy", "Don Quixote", "The Riddle",
"Wouldn't It Be Good" (W 14:22);

Sade – "Why Can't We
Live Together", "Your Love Is King", "Is It a
Crime" (W 14:55);

Sting and Phil Collins
(with Branford Marsalis) – "Roxanne", "Driven
to Tears", "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)",
"Message in a Bottle", "In the Air Tonight",
"Long Long Way to Go", "Every Breath You Take"
(W 15:1;

Howard Jones – "Hide
and Seek" (W 15:50)

Bryan Ferry (with Pink
Floyd's David Gilmour on guitar) – "Sensation",
"Boys And Girls", "Slave to Love", "Jealous
Guy" (W 16:07);

Paul Young – "Do
They Know It's Christmas?" (intro), "Come Back and Stay",
"That's the Way Love Is" (with Alison Moyet),
"Every Time You Go Away" (W 16:3;

U2 (introduced by Jack
Nicholson)– "Sunday Bloody Sunday", "Bad"
(with snippets of "Satellite of Love", "Ruby
Tuesday", "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Walk on
the Wild Side") (W 17:20);

Dire Straits – "Money
for Nothing" (with Sting), "Sultans of Swing"
(W 18:00);

Queen (introduced by
comedians Mel Smith and Griff Rhys Jones) –
"Bohemian Rhapsody"/"Radio Ga Ga", "Hammer
to Fall", "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", "We
Will Rock You"/"We Are the Champions" (W 18:44);

David Bowie (with Thomas
Dolby on keyboards) – "TVC 15", "Rebel Rebel",
"Modern Love", "Heroes" (W 19:22);

The Who (introduced by Jack
Nicholson) – "My Generation"/"Pinball Wizard",
"Love, Reign o'er Me", "Won't Get Fooled Again"
(W 20:00);

Elton John (introduced by
Billy Connolly) – "I'm Still Standing", "Bennie
and the Jets", "Rocket Man", "Don't Go Breaking
My Heart" (with Kiki Dee), "Don't Let the Sun Go
Down on Me" (with George Michael and backing vocals by
Andrew Ridgeley), "Can I Get a Witness" (W 20:50);


Finale at Wembley Stadium:
a) Freddie Mercury and
Brian May (Queen) – "Is This the World We
Created?" (W 21:4,
b) Paul McCartney – "Let
It Be" (W 21:51),
c) Band Aid (led by Bob Geldof)
– "Do They Know It's Christmas?" (W 21:54);


JFK Stadium
Bernard Watson – "All
I Really Want to Do", "Interview" (JFK 13:51);

Joan Baez (introduced by
Jack Nicholson) – "Amazing Grace"/"We Are
the World" (JFK 14:02);

The Hooters – "And
We Danced", "All You Zombies" (JFK 14:12);

Four Tops – "Shake
Me, Wake Me (When It's Over)", "Bernadette", "It's
the Same Old Song", "Reach Out I'll Be There", "I
Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)" (JFK 14:33);

Billy Ocean – "Caribbean
Queen", "Loverboy" (JFK 14:45);

Black Sabbath (introduced
by Chevy Chase) – "Children of the Grave", "Iron
Man", "Paranoid" (JFK 14:52);

Run–D.M.C. – "Jam
Master Jay", "King Of Rock" (JFK 15:12);

Rick Springfield – "Love
Somebody", "State of the Heart", "Human Touch"
(JFK 15:30);

REO Speedwagon – "Can't
Fight This Feeling", "Roll With the Changes" (JFK
15:47);

Crosby, Stills and Nash –
"Southern Cross", "Teach Your Children", "Suite:
Judy Blue Eyes" (JFK 16:15);

Judas Priest – "Living
After Midnight", "The Green Manalishi (With The
Two-Pronged Crown)", "You've Got Another Thing Comin'"
(JFK 16:26);

Bryan Adams (introduced by
Jack Nicholson) – "Kids Wanna Rock", "Summer
of '69", "Tears Are Not Enough", "Cuts Like a
Knife" (JFK 17:02);

The Beach Boys (introduced
by Marilyn McCoo) – "California Girls", "Help
Me, Rhonda", "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Good
Vibrations", "Surfin' USA" (JFK 17:40);

George Thorogood and the
Destroyers – "Who Do You Love" (with Bo Diddley),
"The Sky Is Crying", "Madison Blues" (with
Albert Collins) (JFK 18:26);

Simple Minds – "Ghost
Dancing", "Don't You (Forget About Me)", "Promised
You a Miracle" (JFK 19:07);

The Pretenders – "Time
the Avenger", "Message of Love", "Stop Your
Sobbing", "Back on the Chain Gang", "Middle of
the Road" (JFK 19:41);

Santana and Pat Metheny
– "Brotherhood", "Primera Invasion", "Open
Invitation", "By the Pool"/"Right Now" (JFK
20:21);

Ashford Simpson –
"Solid", "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)"
(with Teddy Pendergrass) (JFK 20:57);

Madonna (introduced by
Bette Midler) – "Holiday", "Into the
Groove", "Love Makes The World Go Round" (JFK 21:27);

Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
(introduced by Don Johnson) – "American Girl",
"The Waiting", "Rebels", "Refugee"
(JFK 22:14);

Kenny Loggins –
"Footloose" (JFK 22:30);

The Cars – "You
Might Think", "Drive", "Just What I Needed",
"Heartbeat City" (JFK 22:49);

Neil Young – "Sugar
Mountain", "The Needle and the Damage Done",
"Helpless", "Nothing Is Perfect (In God's Perfect
Plan)", "Powderfinger" (JFK 23:07);

Power Station –
"Murderess", "Get It On" (JFK 23:43);

Thompson Twins – "Hold
Me Now", "Revolution" (with Madonna, Steve
Stevens and Nile Rodgers) (JFK 00:21);

Eric Clapton (with Phil
Collins) – "White Room", "She's Waiting",
"Layla" (JFK 00:39);

Phil Collins (having flown
Concorde from UK to US) – "Against All Odds (Take a Look at
Me Now)", "In the Air Tonight" (JFK 01:04);

Led Zeppelin Reunion –
(with Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones,
Tony Thompson, Paul Martinez, and Phil Collins)
– "Rock and Roll", "Whole Lotta Love",
"Stairway To Heaven" (JFK 01:10);

Crosby, Stills, Nash
Young – "Only Love Can Break Your Heart", "Daylight
Again/Find The Cost of Freedom" (JFK 01:40);

Duran Duran – "A
View to a Kill", "Union of the Snake", "Save a
Prayer", "The Reflex" (JFK 01:45);

Patti LaBelle – "New
Attitude", "Imagine", "Forever Young",
"Stir It Up", "Over the Rainbow", "Why
Can't I Get It Over" (JFK 02:20);

Hall Oates – "Out
of Touch", "Maneater", "Get Ready" (with
Eddie Kendricks), "Ain't Too Proud to Beg" (with
David Ruffin), "The Way You Do the Things You Do",
"My Girl" (with Eddie Kendricks and David
Ruffin) (JFK 02:50);

Mick Jagger (with Hall
Oates / Eddie Kendricks / David Ruffin) –
"Lonely At the Top", "Just Another Night", "Miss
You", "State Of Shock"/"It's Only Rock 'n Roll
(But I Like It) (reprise)" (with Tina Turner) (JFK
03:15);


Finale at JFK Stadium:
a) Bob Dylan, Keith
Richards and Ronnie Wood – "Ballad of Hollis
Brown", "When the Ship Comes In", Blowin' In The
Wind" (JFK 03:39),
b) USA for Africa (led by Lionel
Richie) – "We Are the World" (JFK 3:55)


Sydney Live Aid

Kian Geferyui
INXS and more


Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (RcG3a)

802 Ace put this up as a thread to keep us busy for a very long time without bugging him for a new thread
No, CAC did it to show that CAC on pain meds can get more hits than Ace sober somewhat sober.

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (ORGYc)

803 [slowly sways ass, driving 'ettes and gay-rons wild]

Sitting here in Limbo
Like a bird ain't got a song.
Yeah, I'm sitting here in Limbo
And I know it won't be long
'Til I make my getaway, now.
Meanwhile, they're putting up a resistance,
But I know that my faith will lead me on.

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (H96hE)

804 Greatest whole album ever? That's easy: the recording of Bartok's "Concerto for Orchestra" by the Chicago Symphony under Fritz Reiner, from (I think) 1958. That, my friends, is *music*.

Posted by: Brown Line at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (dKXn1)

805 Roseanne Cash - Seven Year Ache
Posted by: wth at January 18, 2013 07:35 PM (wAQA5)

Oh, Hello, in my novel I reference both tennesee flat top box and Blue moon over heartache as well as one of my tope three songs of all time, Dolly, Coat of many colors.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (l86i3)

806 -Spinal Tap! Is thayt the black album? Lol.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (XLuH2)

807 The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - Bowie

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (BStAJ)

808 garret - I was listening to Ship of Fools when I read your post

Get out of my head!!!!

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:10 PM (SzAZ7)

809 Blind Guardian - Nightfall in Middle Earth
Iron Maiden - Powerslave
Judas Priest - Painkiller

Posted by: Smash'em at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (RDOP8)

810
Nice call on Getz/Gilberto...

'Getz Au Go Go' is one of my all time favorite LPs.
I love Astrud Gilberto.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (zSUIk)

811 Steff McKee, into the music barrel for you.

Post in small packets.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (Gyp4x)

812 Sheryl Crow - Tuesday Night Music Club

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (wwsoB)

813 Capt Beefheart Safe as Milk

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (x59Gv)

814 Van Morrisson Astra Weeks and Moondance
Waterboys Fisherman's Blues

Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (ac2bL)

815 Invictus, consider it a bit of payback for introducing Cruxshadwo to Ringo.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (Gyp4x)

816 Ah, The Boomtown Rats. My roomie was really into them. And Queen. And Mott the Hoople. All fine in their own way, but in small doses.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (5H6zj)

817 812
Sheryl Crow - Tuesday Night Music Club

Good talent, and a good album, but she is dead to me now.

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (h5CN9)

818 801: *points to the barrel*

Posted by: Smash'em at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (RDOP8)

819 John Mellencamp, Scarcrow. Minutes to memories, one of my top ten favorite songs.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:12 PM (l86i3)

820 The LP of this is one of the best examples of Direct Metal Mastering out there. It sounds fantastic.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:09 PM (zSUIk)

Exactly. The quality still amazes me. Put it up with anything made today and it can compete.

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (fKyrY)

821
Buckingham Nicks. Exquisite guitar work by the great Lindsey Buckingham with vocals by Stevie Nicks before she did anything with anybody else.

Posted by: Haley's Buttery Biscuit



Yep.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (kdS6q)

822
I suppose Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York counts as a "Best of" but it is simply the best unplugged set ever.

Did you ever catch the Live (the band) on Unplugged?
I had a Euro import of that set, and it is amazing. I'm not a fan, but that set was incredible.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (zSUIk)

823 RUSH - 2112

It's my go to album of all time.

Posted by: OldSailor88 at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (M6LWO)

824 velvet underground - "loaded"

Posted by: looking4owls at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (e720t)

825 Enigma ft Enya - Age Of Loneniess

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (nqBYe)

826 Pretty much any of Johnny Cash's "American" records.

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (Vk2pI)

827 About 30 years ago, my sister and I put out an album of our musical compositions. All hits, baby, all hits.

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (CLkAH)

828 I like the David Gilmour version of Pink Floyd.

Gotta go with A Momentary Lapse of Reason on this one.

Posted by: SARDiver at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (IdlQ7)

829 800- Tull-Thick as a Brick. THAT.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (XLuH2)

830 There looks to be a shitload of moron baby boomers. Just a guess.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (BStAJ)

831 well How about some ass kickin Let it Burn too

"Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels?


Start the revolution!!!!

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (x59Gv)

832 RUSH - 2112

It's my go to album of all time.
Posted by: OldSailor88 at January 18, 2013 08:13 PM (M6LWO)

Yep, I think us old sailors like our RUSH.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (l86i3)

833 If you like the Unplugged stuff check out the Alice in Chains one too.

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (HI6wa)

834
See y'all on the ONT.

Posted by: garrett at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (zSUIk)

835 830
There looks to be a shitload of moron baby boomers. Just a guess.

Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50.

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 08:15 PM (h5CN9)

836 Smell The Glove -- Spinal Tap (original cover)

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (ORGYc)

837 @835 were needed to kick ass and take names!!

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (x59Gv)

838 Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow

Grace Slick was very hot back then. She also wasn't 73 years old back then

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (wwsoB)

839 alright i'll try rush 2112

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (nqBYe)

840
Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks

Although, in a moot court set-up, I think I could also make a pretty strong case for The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (kdS6q)

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Posted by: soothsayer at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (zwqd/)

842 Not a boomer!! *does happy dance*

http://youtu.be/mi5GFuvCIp4

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM (Gyp4x)

843 I suppose Nirvana's MTV Unplugged in New York counts as a "Best of" but it is simply the best unplugged set ever.

Did you ever catch the Live (the band) on Unplugged?
I had a Euro import of that set, and it is amazing. I'm not a fan, but that set was incredible.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Not familiar with it but will hunt it down. It have to be pretty awesome to change my mind.
There is something about Cobain's voice that puts me into a trance.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (SzAZ7)

844
"Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50. "

Also the median age for Republicans. Coincidence?

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (Hz1zc)

845 Oh, and "Tiffany", by Tiffany.

Posted by: SARDiver at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (IdlQ7)

846 835
830

There looks to be a shitload of moron baby boomers. Just a guess.

Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50.


Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 08:15 PM

Yes .. now get the fuck off our lawn !!!!

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (wwsoB)

847 I can't believe you included me with those irredeemable poonhounds. Just for that an anthem song:
Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (OQpzc)


Irredeemable? IRREDEEMABLE??!!?? I'll have you know I may be a fixer upper, but irredeemable is...

eh...

how much time ya got again?

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (DmCcV)

848 Prince..

Sign "O" the Time

Best album of 1980s....might be best evah

Posted by: Geg at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (pg4iO)

849 The Zombies- Odessey and Oracle

Posted by: Ye at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (hdCWh)

850 rather hyper for evening.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM (nqBYe)

851 Soothsayer-------------------> Teh Barrel

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (UOM48)

852 The Motels, Little Robbers. Martha Davis could sing the FKN Phone book and I would wilt.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (l86i3)

853 "840
Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks"

Posers. The Clash were the real deal.

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (Hz1zc)

854 844


"Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50. "



Also the median age for Republicans. Coincidence?

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM

Nope. Now go play with your Justin Bieber album, sweetums

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (wwsoB)

855 i'm thinking 50s can't be much worse than 40s have been.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (nqBYe)

856 Hell Awaits has that awesome intro,best part of the song.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (9XBK2)

857 Bless Its Pointed Little Head (J. Airplane)

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (H96hE)

858
Enigma ft Enya - Age Of Loneniess
Posted by: ette



Oh look, it's every single girl I went out with in the 90s.....

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (kdS6q)

859 http://bit.ly/SgcsKp

joe walsh you can't argue with a sick mind

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (VMcEw)

860 Nobody's mentioned "New Wave Shmenge?"

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (RcG3a)

861 Well I am pleased to know that video has the BCochran velocifapter seal of approval.
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:08 PM (Gyp4x)

Whatever made you think we might enjoy watching uber-hot Japanese babes cavorting to catchy music?

After watching that video four times I still don't know what you were thinking.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (tBnjP)

862 Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation?

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Posted by: soothsayer at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (zwqd/)

864 Yep, I think us old sailors like our RUSH.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon.
http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:14 PM (l86i3)

Yeah buddy! Not a boomer, BTW...1966 model here. It's not the age, it's the mileage.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (DmCcV)

865 Bands in the 70's had problems ending their fucking songs.They went on interminably.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (9XBK2)

866 The Nightfly-Donald Fagen

Posted by: Drewbicle at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (A5748)

867 Quoting Old Sailors Poet: "The Motels, Little Robbers. Martha Davis could sing the FKN Phone book and I would wilt."

Karen Carpenter had that effect on me, but I wouldn't tell anybody.

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (CLkAH)

868 Alice in chains unplugged definately also Eric clapton unplugged
My latest addition:
Fiona apple when the pawn

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (v2Cb9)

869 853 "840
Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks"

Posers. The Clash were the real deal.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You're kidding right?

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (SzAZ7)

870 Tres Hombres Z Z Top gets me moving!

Posted by: ALH at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (qyvML)

871 Damn. Soothsayer. It's off to the Holy Woodchipper of Doom (PBUI). Clearly, you learned nothing from Teh Barrel.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:20 PM (UOM48)

872 GGE and eman. You guys are da bomb!! Well not in a TSA way ya know.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (Gyp4x)

873
Does Kraftwerk "The Mix" count?

If not, Breakfast in America ...

Posted by: Stephen at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (2HzUl)

874 "Yes now get the fuck off our lawn!!!"

Oh God it hurts so good to laugh! Lol! Ouch! Thanks all u fucking crack me up.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (XLuH2)

875
Sonic Temple - The Cult

Posted by: Dead Hostage Choir and A Capella Group at January 18, 2013 06:49 PM (KDq5l)

3rd that...

Posted by: phreshone at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (0SXI6)

876 Oh look, it's every single girl I went out with in the 90s.....


Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (kdS6q)

laughing, well i was busy with 4 or more children by than, so darn missed it by <--------> much

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (nqBYe)

877 Led Zep I. Nothing more to be said.

Posted by: BetaPhi at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (G/9Z5)

878 Whatever made you think we might enjoy watching uber-hot Japanese babes cavorting to catchy music?



After watching that video four times I still don't know what you were thinking.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (tBnjP)


Music? *looks for volume control* oh yeah...stuck at the skating rink, no earphones. I guess I'll just have to check it out again later when I can listen to it.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (DmCcV)

879 Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation?

Depends. I prefer the 1960 cutoff used by the Generations book, but most say 1964 or so.

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (FcR7P)

880 Is soothsayer drunk? Are all of the rest of ya'll drunk? Sheesh.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (UOM48)

881 #862: "Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation?"

1964, the year I was born, but I've always felt like we were the runts of the litter.

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (CLkAH)

882 "Yes now get the fuck off our lawn!!!"



Oh God it hurts so good to laugh! Lol! Ouch! Thanks all u fucking crack me up.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (XLuH2)

jeeze, they didn't even mow before they left!

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (nqBYe)

883 Posted by: soothsayer at January 18, 2013 08:16 PM

That will cost you an hour in the barrel with Justin Bieber's "Believe" album piped in

Your agonizer please, mr soothsayer

Posted by: Bearded Spock, ISS Enterprise at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (wwsoB)

884 As far as "Country":
George Straight - Straight Country
Ray Charles - Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music
Lucinda Williams - Car Wheels on a Gravel Road
Roger Miller - Words & Music, and King of the Road
Chris LeDoux - Old Cowboy Heroes
Robert Earle Keen - Gringo Honeymoon, and West Textures
Dwight Yoakum - Guitars, Cadillacs...
Garth Brooks - No Fences, and Ropin' the Wind
Steve Earle - Guitar Town
Nickle Creek
Loretta Lynn - Van Lear Rose (with Jack White)
and, the Dixie Chicks - Wide Open Spaces ... yeah I said it (like the music, hate their politics).

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (mkb9H)

885 Point of Know Return - Kansas

Posted by: WahIggle at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (GFvej)

886 Is Soothsayer Drunk While Posting?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (Gyp4x)

887 Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation? Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (5H6zj)

I think it's '62. The Pill was in widespread use by then - and the Baby Boom went bust.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (BStAJ)

888 Hotel California- Eagles
Waiting for Columbus- Little Feat
Silk Degrees- Boz Scaggs
Breakaway- Art Garfunkel

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (1k4dd)

889
On the way to 900...
There's no way I could get through all of them to see if it was mentioned but-
Has everyone forgotten UFO?
There are a ton of like-minded rockers here, buthas nobody here heard Strangers in the Night?

Simply THE best live album ever. Better fidelity than studio, without the "way out there" tendencies if live albums and their guitar and drum solos.

Who's with me here?

Also, Led Zeppelin 1 is kickass just because they sing the blues. How many more times - gives me chills thingking about it...

Posted by: Gunslinger at January 18, 2013 08:23 PM (4S7hN)

890 That will cost you an hour in the barrel with Justin Bieber's "Believe" album piped in

Your agonizer please, mr soothsayer






Sorry, that was two infractions in a row. The Woodchipper awaits.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:24 PM (UOM48)

891 I'm a Gen X'er actually.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:24 PM (OQpzc)

892 wow. That is still so sad to see old Andrew Breitbart posts.

Posted by: Jumbo Shrimp at January 18, 2013 08:24 PM (DGIjM)

893 Well not in a TSA way ya know.


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:21 PM (Gyp4x)


Good thing. Those guys have NO sense of humor at all. Just cause I asked them how it feels to belong to an agency that is hated more than the IRS...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:24 PM (DmCcV)

894 HAARP - Muse

Posted by: FPW at January 18, 2013 08:24 PM (BDNF5)

895 GGE bet that got you a wand in a shaded location... brave man you.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:25 PM (Gyp4x)

896 The best Spinal Tap album was Smell the Glove?

Yo gotta be kidding..

Real Tapheads know it is Rock & Roll Creation, followed by Brainhammer...the Sun Never Sweats...and Shark Sandwitch.

Posted by: Nigel at January 18, 2013 08:25 PM (pg4iO)

897
"You're kidding right?"

Absolutely not. The Pistols were all image, no substance. It was never about the music for them. Culturally interesting, but bereft of talent. And really, are there more than three good songs on Bollocks? Anarchy, God Save the Queen and Pretty Vacant are all that come to mind.

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (Hz1zc)

898 I don'y recall the Ramones written up here.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (l86i3)

899 Creedence Clearwater Revival

Willy and the Poorboys

Posted by: Jones in CO at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (8sCoq)

900 Oh gee you mean you are Emperor Invictus X?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (Gyp4x)

901 I thought it was "Sniff the Glove." Could have been high or something when I saw Spinal Tap, or not.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (UOM48)

902 http://bit.ly/SgdBBv

Romeo Void

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (VMcEw)

903 >>Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation?
Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:19 PM (5H6zj)

1946-64

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (aZ6ew)

904 LOL, soothsayer. I saw what you did there.

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (ORGYc)

905 2nd August and Everything After by Counting Crows. Liked JCM's "Minutes to Memories" as well. Foo Fighters "Colour and the Shape", English Beat's "Whappen"

Plenty of plugs for the Clash who covered a great song made famous by a guy who died somewhat mysteriously at the tender age of 23. I just saw this video about 6 months ago, the background dancers also kick ass:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgtQj8O92eI

Posted by: Jason Newton at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (z6KMg)

906
Remind me, what's the last year for the boomer generation?
Posted by: Y-not




2014 - when the mandatory Obamacare euthanasia kicks in......

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (kdS6q)

907 Brian Eno - Before and After Science

Posted by: Mr. Matamoros at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (TsGck)

908 Asleep at the Wheel, Live from Austin Texas!


Posted by: Georgia Jarhead at January 18, 2013 07:46 PM (qo8Ul)

^^^this^^^!

Posted by: Alberta Oil Peon at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (673KB)

909 835
830

There looks to be a shitload of moron baby boomers. Just a guess.

Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50.


Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 18, 2013 08:15 PM

BTW, I could name a ton of songs you think are recent hits that are actually covers of the old geezer boomer songs.

Same with movies

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (wwsoB)

910 The Undertones by the Undertones; The Jam - In the City

Posted by: Tom at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (zb2Tk)

911 Is soothsayer drunk? Are all of the rest of ya'll drunk? Sheesh.


Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:22 PM (UOM4


No dammit. At least, not yet. I have to drive The Boy home first.

nancy griffeth...little love affairs. Stop looking at me like that, Why yes, I do drive a Subaru, and flannel shirts are very warm in the winter, why do you ask?

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (DmCcV)

912 Cups and Cakes by Tap was good too.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (RcG3a)

913 Not to run with the crowd, but at the end of the day I would have to say the Joshua Tree but I can't believe Achtung Baby has not received much mention. I think Dark Side and Wish You Were Here are right up there too.

Honorable Mention:
-Waylon Jennings, Honky-Tonk Heroes
-The James Gang, Rides Again
-The Flying Burrito Brothers, Gilded Palace of Sin
-Tommy Bolin, Teaser

Posted by: B Suess at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (dhG6Q)

914 Here's one that will tie for last place in number of mentions:

Sibelius - Finlandia

Love it. Almost makes me cultured.

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 08:27 PM (FcR7P)

915 Joshua Tree

Next question

Posted by: Brandon at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (Zx4uI)

916 I thought it was "Sniff" too but apparently is was indeed "Smell".

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (ORGYc)

917 CCR

"It Came Out Of The Sky"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9OlZft8I1Q

Posted by: Jones in CO at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (8sCoq)

918 897
"You're kidding right?"

Absolutely not. The Pistols were all image, no substance. It was never about the music for them. Culturally interesting, but bereft of talent. And really, are there more than three good songs on Bollocks? Anarchy, God Save the Queen and Pretty Vacant are all that come to mind.
Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (Hz1zc)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

That was the entirely the point of the Sex Pistols and they carried it out flawlessly to the end.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (SzAZ7)

919 Anybody ever listen to Chris Rea? Doesn't seem to get any love over here.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (RcG3a)

920
GGE bet that got you a wand in a shaded location... brave man you.


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:25 PM (Gyp4x)


Heh, I'm no idiot. I had them on the phone, they were asking for a reference for one of my Sailors. I gave him a good reference, but mentioned that I thought he had a little more pride than that...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (DmCcV)

921 #893: "Those guys have NO sense of humor at all. Just cause I asked them how it
feels to belong to an agency that is hated more than the IRS..."

I don't care who you are, that right there is funnnny! LOL

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:28 PM (CLkAH)

922 Waiting for Columbus is a compilation album! heh

Down on the Farm is good.
Time Loves a Hero.

Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (h6XiD)

923 This is the pre-ONT, right?

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (UOM48)

924 Speaking of Brian Eno, this is a great requiem song

An Ending (Ascent)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKw5mbcE7VY

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (wwsoB)

925 >>905 2nd August and Everything After by Counting Crows

Third that, although it's pretty melancholy so I have to be in the right mood to listen to it.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (5H6zj)

926 884 - Dwight Yoakum, yes! Good call.

Posted by: Margarita DeVille at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (C8mVl)

927 85 Jeff B

I like Laughing Stock a whole lot better than Spirit of Eden, which never grabbed me.

Posted by: fluffy at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (tcTgC)

928 Roxy Music has several good ones.

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (VMcEw)

929 I saw Paul Butterfield play a club in Baltimore back in the day.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 07:52 PM (5H6zj)

Paul Butterfield did a gig at the King Edward Hotel in Calgary, mere weeks before he died. That club had some awesome blues musicians come through, back in the day. Glad I was there for most of it.

Posted by: Alberta Oil Peon at January 18, 2013 08:30 PM (673KB)

930 Jordan feels all funny in his Grrr Animals pants when he thinks of the dynamic young Dems running this country - spring chickens like Reid, Pelosi, Biden and the Clintons.

Full of fresh, original plans for the future.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:30 PM (BStAJ)

931
Joshua Tree
Next question

Posted by: Brandon



Q: Are you mental?

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:30 PM (kdS6q)

932 Here Comes the Rain, Fire Woman, Love Removal Machine and She Sells Sanctuary would make the perfect--The Cult album--but it does not exist.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:30 PM (r2PLg)

933 Wonder how many have heard of this song before?
http://youtu.be/40FsKwX-K8U

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:31 PM (Gyp4x)

934 Sadly, I'm not drunk.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:31 PM (5H6zj)

935 the FUCK do I find these threads 900 comments in?

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 08:31 PM (MPjT8)

936 Dwight Yoakam-Acoustic.net is also pretty insanely good, if you are into that kind of thing. What a voice.


Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 08:31 PM (ac2bL)

937 You gotta like Ian Dury or your some sort of communistic type.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VB00GTgyxMk&feature=youtube_gdata_player

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (v2Cb9)

938 Dwight Yoakum, yes! Good call.

Posted by: Margarita DeVille at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (C8mVl)


He has a new album out, 3 Pears, so far it's pretty good.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (DmCcV)

939 I'm casting my votes for "Dark Side of the Moon" (Pink Floyd), "Powerslave" (Iron Maiden), "Sgt. Pepper's..." (Beatles), and "Pet Sounds" (Beach Boys)

Posted by: Locarno at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (f7XGr)

940 Ah GGE, smart man thou art.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (Gyp4x)

941 Roxy Music has several good ones.
Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (VMcEw)

Yep, Brian Ferry, Kiss and Tell is one ofr my all time favorites.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (l86i3)

942 Wow, Paul Butterfield went to the University of Chicago. Somehow that seems amazing to me.

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (5H6zj)

943 http://bit.ly/SgdBBv

Romeo Void


Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (VMcEw)

Ooh. I forgot about Romeo Void. Great album.

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (fKyrY)

944 Didn't Ace coin the term "wishcasting?" is he owed money?

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/whoops-politifacts-lie-year-turns-out-be-true_696223.html

Posted by: Ferb Fletcher at January 18, 2013 08:32 PM (Q8Wa9)

945 Here's a few perfect albums from this century:

"Tanto Tempo" by Bebel Gilberto

"Azul" by Helena


They're different but both feature soft, lovely vocals, cool chilled out bossa. Turn'em on, drink wine, make love, eat chicken.

"High" by Blue Nile

Paul Buchanan's vocals aren't to everyone's taste but you can't deny the great melodies and beautiful soaring arrangements.

"Barrel Chested" by Slobberbone

You like your Texas Twang to be rock hard, trailer-parked, and all liquored-up?

Baby, have I got an album for you.



From the last century:


Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy" by Eno


A lunatic spy story set to lunatic but seriously melodic music. Honestly, there's nothing like it out there. If you can get into the groove of it, you'll find a great album with no weak songs.


"Balance of Power" by ELO

ELO had fallen out of popularity by the time this album rolled out, but there's not a weak song on it and plenty of shoulda been hits.

Posted by: naturalfake at January 18, 2013 08:33 PM (G9qZk)

946 Hey GGE, long time. I've been busy IRL. Posted a few times lately, sporadically.

Glad to see you, also are a George "Harvey" Stright and Chris LeDoux fan. I went through an amateur bull-riding phase in the '90's, and I was "all in". But that ain't the hobby a prospective Mrs. BF had "any" interest in. And now I'm all "domesticated" and stuff. Haven't even been to a rodeo in 10 years. I'm relegated to State Fairs and Church Picnics now.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:33 PM (mkb9H)

947 In fairness kennedy the mold and Byrd left however they didn't actually want to.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:33 PM (nqBYe)

948 Zep IV - Greatest ever. Case closed.

Anyone remember which thread Truck Monkey was telling all the female jokes on the other day.

Posted by: teej at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (ZBXhE)

949 Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:31 PM (Gyp4x)


Ah yes, the good Reverend. "5.0 Ford" is not complimentary, just sayin'...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (DmCcV)

950 For old school heavy metal, I'd have to go Highway To Hell by AC/DC and Paranoid by Black Sabbath

Posted by: Jones in CO at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (8sCoq)

951 reid, pelosi, byrd kennedy, could all have been our grandparents g f

geezers.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (nqBYe)

952
As far as "Country"
Posted by: Capt. Backfire



That's dandy.

Now, how much did you say drywalling the basement was going to cost me?

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (kdS6q)

953 For all the mentions of Alan Parsons Project, shame on you guys for forgetting Ammonia Avenue

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (wwsoB)

954 854 844


"Yes, I would say that the median age is about 50. "



Also the median age for Republicans. Coincidence?

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:17 PM

Nope. Now go play with your Justin Bieber album, sweetums

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:18 PM (wwsoB)

____________________

I think he calls his thingy--

Justin Beiber.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (r2PLg)

955 Oh gee you mean you are Emperor Invictus X?
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:26 PM (Gyp4x)

If only. My first decree would be to legalize machine guns, brothels and institute the death penalty for driving slow in the fast lane.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (OQpzc)

956 TSA varies by city, I think.

Boston and SF are pretty cool.

Philly and Minneapolis, kinda creepy.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (tBnjP)

957 if fact Jordon think Michelle and Barak are old geezers too?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:35 PM (nqBYe)

958 http://bit.ly/Sgfnm9

The Dead Kennedys

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:35 PM (VMcEw)

959 "Cups and Cakes by Tap was good too."

Very true. Watch this video. I swear it is what Spinal Tap was based on.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsG5V-o6uxY
Be sure to watch to the end. It almost seems like Nigel is there.

Posted by: B Suess at January 18, 2013 08:35 PM (dhG6Q)

960 922 Waiting for Columbus is a compilation album! heh

Down on the Farm is good.
Time Loves a Hero.
Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 08:29 PM (h6XiD)

The fade between Time Loves a Hero and Sailng shoes is awesome on that album. It was such a pain to rewind cassettes.

Posted by: Gromulin at January 18, 2013 08:35 PM (7Zrx4)

961 I think Ace mentioned once that he thought Age of Consent by Bronski Beat was his favorite.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:35 PM (RcG3a)

962 Pronounced Lynard Skynard #1 and Dark Side #2

Posted by: Greg at January 18, 2013 08:36 PM (1SwW7)

963 add s

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:36 PM (nqBYe)

964 kbdabear, "Don't break the silence/Don't let me win."

Later Alan Parsons Project stuff is pretty awesome also. Just Tales was the gateway album that got me hooked.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:36 PM (Gyp4x)

965 Movie soundtracks? I always liked Vision Quest.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:36 PM (l86i3)

966 Kbdabear. Remakes. Exactly!! "Stand by me" "Our Day Will Come" "One Fine Day" ..and not well either...OK I'm old. Whateeeeev.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:36 PM (XLuH2)

967 GGE, the stock Fox body Mustangs with their wimpy 5.0s were pansies.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (Gyp4x)

968 Live At Fillmore East
The Allman Brothers Band

Posted by: Patrap at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (1RXTZ)

969 So far everyone is just naming their favorite albums. I alone had the correct answer with "Willy and the Poorboys" by Creedence Clearwater Revival. It is the finest stand-alone studio album ever recorded in the English language. The science is settled.

We can have the ONT now.

Posted by: Jones in CO at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (8sCoq)

970 Guido, I'll be along with your walker soon dear, have some tea.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (nqBYe)

971 And now I'm all "domesticated" and stuff. Haven't
even been to a rodeo in 10 years. I'm relegated to State Fairs and
Church Picnics now.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:33 PM (mkb9H)


Here's my "Most Famous Person What I Ever Met" story...I sat next to Pat Boone at the Sidney Rodeo in Sidney Iowa, I was maybe eight at the time (this would have been the early 70's), he signed the program for me. (I also met Muhammed Ali in Jerbil Alley (Jebal Ali) in the late 90s.) I think Mom still has that signed program somewhere.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (DmCcV)

972 Born in 1977 so for me it's The Joshua Tree.

I want my, I want my ONT...

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (+tsoh)

973 Dave Patten "Exposure" the music videos are great too

Posted by: DC at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (VFYKw)

974 I denounce myself in advance, but I simply must....

I am a huge fan of Pink Floyd's 'middle period', but like some others, these were 'concept albums' meant to be taken as a whole, sort of to tell a story (The Wall in particular here); so I don't know how I feel about placing them here (Rush's 2112 also), so I will put forth that as a collection of songs Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" MUST at least get a mention here. Yes I'll sometimes play "The Chain" by itself and move on.... But, to pour a healthy/heavy tumbler of bourbon, start at the beginning and just go? Well, there isn't a single song the even causes my 'skip' finger to tremble. Fantastic, pop perfection.

Posted by: RussR at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (niShQ)

975 Opera?

Turandot!

Suck it!

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (r2PLg)

976 Ramones. RAMONES. Ramones.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (MPjT8)

977 Neil Young - Rust Never Sleeps

Neil Young - Harvest Moon

Stephen Stills - Manassas

Stephen Stills and Neil Young - Long May You Run

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (wwsoB)

978 I'd ditch Joshua Tree for Achtung Baby, much better album.

Posted by: Jim Parks at January 18, 2013 08:38 PM (6IneE)

979 959
"Cups and Cakes by Tap was good too."

Very true. Watch this video. I swear it is what Spinal Tap was based on.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QsG5V-o6uxY
Be sure to watch to the end. It almost seems like Nigel is there.

Wow...Argent..."Hold your head up" was always on heavy rotation on all the Classic Rock stations.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 08:39 PM (RcG3a)

980 Just for

Nessun Dorma bitchez.

Can I name another one...?

No.....

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:39 PM (r2PLg)

981 +1 on the Bebel Gilberto. Sexiness was born in her vocal chords.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dpcg5Pg4zHY

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:39 PM (Mh+lD)

982 For you Ramones fans. Spider-man.
http://youtu.be/i5P8lrgBtcU

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:39 PM (Gyp4x)

983 That's dandy.

Now, how much did you say drywalling the basement was going to cost me?

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (kdS6q)

Hey, I like both kinds of music. Country & Western. A case of PBR, some baloney sammiches, and a Moon-Pie?

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:39 PM (mkb9H)

984 My first decree would be to legalize machine guns, brothels and institute the death penalty for driving slow in the fast lane. Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:34 PM (OQpzc)

If the slow driver happens to be a hooker with a machine gun, you'll have a fight on your hands.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:40 PM (BStAJ)

985 Make it Big by Wham [ducks]

Posted by: Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157 at January 18, 2013 08:40 PM (Ph479)

986 I have to watch a videogame ad before the Dead Kennedys clip plays. Irony.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:40 PM (SzAZ7)

987 "Who Are You" by The Who

Posted by: Islamic Rage Boy at January 18, 2013 08:40 PM (e8kgV)

988 >>965 Movie soundtracks? I always liked Vision Quest.

Conan the Barbarian

The Fifth Element

Grosse Point Blank

Posted by: Y-not at January 18, 2013 08:40 PM (5H6zj)

989 The Bangles - Different Light

I still fap to it

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (wwsoB)

990 Good topic for next Let's-Distract-the-Restless-Horde thread:
bands I was supposed to like but secretly didn't
and
bands I was supposed to hate but secretly liked.

Posted by: Margarita DeVille at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (C8mVl)

991 no body knows what it's like
(behind blue eyes)

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (nqBYe)

992 The Longets Post

Posted by: Eaton Cox at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (q177U)

993 Has anyone mentioned Steely Dan yet?

Loved 'em.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (BStAJ)

994 A case of RC cola, some baloney sammiches, and a Moon-Pie?

Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (h6XiD)

995 Best album of all time? No, but there have been some great hip hop albums in recent years. Kanye's first two were incredible. Diamonds From Sierra Leone is one of my favorite songs. Jay Z has a few good ones too, but I listen to them in compilation. Blueprint 3 is great.

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (Hz1zc)

996 Make it Big by Wham [ducks]

Re-released when it became a double entendre, I hope.

Posted by: t-bird at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (FcR7P)

997 http://bit.ly/rYcyq1

Suicidal Tendencies Institutionalized

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (VMcEw)

998 "Ready to Die" - Notorious BIG

Posted by: Gorby at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (ORCG5)

999 I am not at all surprised that nobody that I have seen has mentioned anything recorded in the last ten years. OK Computer may have been, but it sounds like its from about 1999.

Posted by: Truman North at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (I2LwF)

1000 A case of RC cola, some baloney sammiches, and a Moon-Pie?
Posted by: 13times at January 18, 2013 08:41 PM (h6XiD)


I want the bottle caps so I can scrape out the cork and see if I won any money.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (l86i3)

1001 bands I was supposed to like but secretly didn't : REM

and

bands I was supposed to hate but secretly liked: Cyndi Lauper

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (SzAZ7)

1002 And no one has mentioned--

Journey thank you world!!

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (r2PLg)

1003 If the slow driver happens to be a hooker with a machine gun, you'll have a fight on your hands.
They'd be covered by David Gregory's Law.

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (ORGYc)

1004 The Joshua Tree

Although I find Avalon by Roxy Music to be close behind.

Posted by: Opinionator at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (H14Av)

1005 Life is for the living
Takers never giving

Fooling no one but ourselves
Good is dying

Here comes the end
Here comes the end of the world

Posted by: Islamic Rage Boy at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (e8kgV)

1006 The advent of Itunes and the like have pretty much rendered the concept of the entire album moot. Albums exist but you can pick and choose want you want.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (+tsoh)

1007 That Moon-Pie would be pretty stale by now. Though would make a good emergency tire if you got a flat while in a running gun fight with Invictus and his machine-gun hookers.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (Gyp4x)

1008 Get real. How could you overlook the greatest album of the seventies?

Leo Sayer's "Thunder in my Heart."





***dicks and runs like a cheetah chasing a wildebeest***

Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (Lxw+T)

1009 Frank Zappa - Overnite Sensation
Love and Rockets - Express
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
The Beastie Boys - The In Sound From Way Out
Beck - Odelay

Posted by: Sterling Archer at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (PnlKk)

1010 Or The Boss.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (r2PLg)

1011 #981: Listened to the Bebel Gilberto tune you posted, and I agree, So Nice

I mean...her voice so smooth, like a good whiskey.

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (CLkAH)

1012 ***dicks and runs***

Awesome.

Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (Lxw+T)

1013 "Who Are You" by The Who
Did you just whip off your mirrored sunglasses, Islamic Rage Boy?

Posted by: andycanuck at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (ORGYc)

1014 I also loved Alanis Morissette

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001OG3VOQ/ref=dm_att_alb1

Jagged Little Pill

I hated all her other albums, but I liked the first one.

Plus I loved listening to Indigo Girls early albums and Tori Amos' early stuff.

Plus, the Ramones

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (fKyrY)

1015 "I am not at all surprised that nobody that I have seen has mentioned anything recorded in the last ten years. "

I like the Black Keys a helluva lot.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (BStAJ)

1016 Astrud Gilberto while we're at it...

One of the greatest songs ever:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJkxFhFRFDA

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (Mh+lD)

1017 Ace still trying to pick up French chicks?

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (H96hE)

1018 I am sure they are raging hipster libtard assholes, but for recent releases where every song is really good:

The National-High Violet, Boxer, Alligator

Mumford and Sons-Both albums

And more older stuff--2 non-rock favorites

Soundtrack-Amadeus
Dave Beck-Take Five

Posted by: goldilocks at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (ac2bL)

1019 999 I am not at all surprised that nobody that I have seen has mentioned anything recorded in the last ten years. OK Computer may have been, but it sounds like its from about 1999.

Posted by: Truman North at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (I2LwF)

I say again, Sigh No More Mumford & Sons

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (SzAZ7)

1020
Daft Punk, Alive.

Posted by: MJ at January 18, 2013 08:45 PM (vl5mg)

1021 Jordon, his homecoming song is nice, (my kid likes it)

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:45 PM (nqBYe)

1022 I know this. If AoS was a bar, we would have a kick ass juke box.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:45 PM (l86i3)

1023 No London Boys?

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 08:45 PM (9XBK2)

1024 the Real McKenzies have s song called Loaded Gun which is good. YouTube it.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 08:45 PM (MPjT8)

1025 Pat Metheny - "As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls"

"The Ramones - "The Ramones"
"The Sensational Alex Harvey Band -
"Tomorrow Belongs to Me"
Van Halen - "Van Halen"
The Who - "Who's Next"
Zeppelin - "Led Zeppelin"
Devo - "Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!"

Posted by: Tex Lovera at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (jaijr)

1026 Stuff David Gregory probably likes--

Nilli Vanilli.

Vanilla Ice.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (r2PLg)

1027 1014 I also loved Alanis Morissette

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001OG3VOQ/ref=dm_att_alb1

Jagged Little Pill

I hated all her other albums, but I liked the first one.

Plus I loved listening to Indigo Girls early albums and Tori Amos' early stuff.

Plus, the Ramones

Posted by: momma at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM (fKyrY)



Did you know that because of the Canadian content regulations up north she was on radio as a pop tart before she went angst?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar7afdfBHj4

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (+tsoh)

1028 OSP, AoS having a jukebox? Place would not be that classy. Think an iPod Nano with computer speakers. This is the Horde remember, the ones who are not allowed hyper-links and other fancy gizmos.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (Gyp4x)

1029
Too lazy and bored to see if anyone else mentioned it but:
Tom Waits, "The heart of Saturday Night"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ny3K8Dqth1M

Posted by: Fleece at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (BepD5)

1030 Beautiful Noise - Neil Diamond.

(Before the mocking commences know that it was produced by Robbie Robertson of The Band.)

Posted by: Randy at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (ctvgN)

1031 1001--- bands I was supposed to hate but secretly liked: Cyndi Lauper
Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:43 PM (SzAZ7)

Good call! (Me too!)
And I STILL do!

Posted by: Margarita DeVille at January 18, 2013 08:46 PM (C8mVl)

1032 Thank you dear Ette and this may be too soon...but do you give virtual spongebaths? OMG. Did say that? it's the drugs kiddo .. . Boy am i going to wear that out. Id better switch to tea.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (XLuH2)

1033 I don't like Alanis Morissette generally but I'd take her to a movie.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (SzAZ7)

1034 There was an album that was a quiet gem and loved by music critics, it was Dennis Wilson's Pacific Ocean Blue in 1977

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (wwsoB)

1035 I am not at all surprised that nobody that I have
seen has mentioned anything recorded in the last ten years. OK Computer
may have been, but it sounds like its from about 1999.
Posted by: Truman North at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM (I2LwF)

I didn't think there were any albums even made in the last 10 years. Seems like selling music these days is more about maxing iTunes singles downloads than whole albums.

Posted by: mugiwara at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (hpYnL)

1036 Truman, I've posted newer stuff. TryNightwish - The End Of All Hope http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p6xaIPszwpo

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (OQpzc)

1037 Roxy Music-Avalon

Posted by: Barbara/wiscmom at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (73mB5)

1038 Anna Puma: "OSP, AoS having a jukebox? Place would not be that classy. Think an iPod
Nano with computer speakers. This is the Horde remember, the ones who
are not allowed hyper-links and other fancy gizmos."

Don't forget the beer.

Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (CLkAH)

1039 Here's my "Most Famous Person What I Ever Met" story...I sat next to Pat Boone at the Sidney Rodeo in Sidney Iowa, I was maybe eight at the time (this would have been the early 70's), he signed the program for me.
Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (DmCcV)

I am from Middle Tennessee originally. "Back Where I Come From...", at 8 or 9 ('73-ish), I met, and got the requisite autographs, from Jim Nabors and "Goober" at a "Celebrity Pro-AM", and thought that was pretty cool.

But, no kidding, I went to Kindergarten with Bobby Goldsboro's daughter, went to middle-school with Patsy & Peggy Lynn (Loretta's twins), in Waverly, TN (Hurricane Mills is in Humphries Co.), and High School in Franklin, with Ashley and Winona Judd.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (mkb9H)

1040 I don't like Alanis Morissette generally but I'd take her to a movie.
Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (SzAZ7)

I think you mean a Theater.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (l86i3)

1041 GGE, the stock Fox body Mustangs with their wimpy 5.0s were pansies.


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:37 PM (Gyp4x)


BUT! they were much better than the Mustang II's anemic 2 bbl 5.0, and starting in '83 (when they got the Holley 4bbl) they were faster than the GM ponycars (but ironically not as fast as the turbo Dodges. The Daytona IROC R/T had a 2.2 turbo IV that put out 225 HP in a lighter body), and had much more potential for improvement than they had before.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (DmCcV)

1042 I hate Steely Dan.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (tBnjP)

1043 Thomas Dolby - The Golden Age of Wireless
Posted by: Dr. Todd Ambrosius

Yes, tho I only had the original US release.. I wore that cassette out.

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (VhcOZ)

1044 Stuff David Gregory probably likes
--------------
Gregorian chant.

Posted by: MJ at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (vl5mg)

1045 I forgot to add:

Dropkick Murphys - Do or Die, Blackout
Flogging Molly - Drunken Lullabies
Soundtrack to the movie Snatch

Posted by: Professor Marius von Totenkopf (formerly Hoss Fuentes) at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (aozUR)

1046 Maybe not the best ever, but Torches by Foster The People is pretty damn good.

Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (Tlix5)

1047 OT WWE is now on Scy Fi channel.Interesting.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (9XBK2)

1048 pixies doolittle

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 08:49 PM (GVxQo)

1049 #981: Listened to the Bebel Gilberto tune you posted, and I agree, So Nice
------------------
I mean...her voice so smooth, like a good whiskey.


Posted by: Mr_Write at January 18, 2013 08:44 PM
----------------------
Yep. Makes you want to put on a silk smoking jacket and sip out of a brandy snifter. Okay...maybe that's me.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:49 PM (Mh+lD)

1050 guido,
laughing .
snort.

here's a sponge here's COLD water . tea is on the table.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:49 PM (nqBYe)

1051 GGE, most Mustang owners want to forget the 1970s Mustangs. Especially the Ford Ghia Mustang II.

So C7 #001 will be auctioned off on Barret-Jackson. Winning bidder will be able to customize it anyway they want. Wonder what happens if winning bidder asks for a C6 body?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (Gyp4x)

1052 1044 Stuff David Gregory probably likes
--------------
Gregorian chant.
Posted by: MJ at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (vl5mg)

___________

LOL!

I think --"I feel pretty--oh so pretty!" is also on his play list for mirror time.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (r2PLg)

1053 Manhattan Transfer?

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (XLuH2)

1054 the cure

standing on the beach: the singles

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (GVxQo)

1055 Do It Again Steely Dan

One Way Out Allman Bros

2 of the best barroom anthems of my younger heavy drinking days.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (aZ6ew)

1056 Rolling Stones- "Let It Bleed" or "Sticky Fingers". But, the best one was not an official release. "Nasty Songs aka Brussels Affair" live 1973 bootleg taken from thedesk. Unsophisticated mix, but stereo and well balanced. Plus, they were on fire. They were never this good again.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Vaw4tI5Nro

AC/DC have to go with "Highway To Hell".

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (yBF/9)

1057 I dissent from the Alanis Morrisette hate

See her in concert sometime, she is fantastic live. She can belt the songs out without autotune, and she's surprisingly friendly to the audience

She oftens sings her live songs far differently from the studio versions

I'm a fanboy. Here's my Man Card and my agonizer

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (wwsoB)

1058 Fleece, I'm glad you reminded me of Tom Waits.
Mule Variations

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (BStAJ)

1059 "get off my lawn" got me thinking--I love Willy Nelson Stardust. My dad used to sit in his rocking chair and play Stardust on his clarinet, and every time he rocked forward he'd stomp the time because he was deaf in one ear by then.

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (WWeoI)

1060 Oh! And for Pink Floyd, while DSOTM is essential and ubiquitous "The Final Cut" is a superior album IMO

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (VhcOZ)

1061 Yep. Makes you want to put on a silk smoking jacket and sip out of a brandy snifter. Okay...maybe that's me.

The silk part is a little gay, but we're all friends here.

Mine is in mauve silk.

Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (Lxw+T)

1062 1046 Maybe not the best ever, but Torches by Foster The People is pretty damn good.
Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (Tlix5)

______________

Okay--I'll admit to listening to--

MGMT.

Posted by: tasker at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (r2PLg)

1063 Childhood's End - Marillion

For those of you not as versed in late Cold War awesome as myself, this is the album that included "Kayleigh".

Posted by: VA GAtor at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (Qf+nH)

1064 any album by the chieftans

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM (GVxQo)

1065 and High School in Franklin, with Ashley and Winona Judd.



Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (mkb9H)



So was Ashley as smug and "brilliant" then as she is now?

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 08:52 PM (UOM48)

1066 What is this turning into? A British gentlemen's club? Will there be tea? And waiters? Smoking jackets, tosh I say!

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:52 PM (Gyp4x)

1067 Alanis Morrisette earned some respect from me when she wouldn't give in to pressure and cancel a show in Israel.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 08:52 PM (9XBK2)

1068 1040 I don't like Alanis Morissette generally but I'd take her to a movie.

Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:47 PM (SzAZ7)

I think you mean a Theater.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:48 PM (l86i3)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

That's where they show the movies.




Posted by: Mr. Feverhead at January 18, 2013 08:53 PM (SzAZ7)

1069 1055
Do It Again Steely Dan

One Way Out Allman Bros

2 of the best barroom anthems of my younger heavy drinking days.


Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM

Midnight Rambler was stuck in my head the other day, and I didn't mind one bit

Best barroom rock song of that time?

Give Me Three Steps by Lynard Skynard

".. in walks a man with a gun in his hand and he's lookin' for you know who .. "

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 08:53 PM (wwsoB)

1070 Trout Mask Replica

Posted by: thudlike at January 18, 2013 08:53 PM (mnl85)

1071 1066 What is this turning into? A British gentlemen's club?


In that case, be prepared for a lot of cross-dressing.

Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:53 PM (Lxw+T)

1072 In addition to my mention of The Joshua Tree, I should say that many a long family car trip was spent listening to 50s, 60s, and 70s tapes. I therefore have an appreciation for The Coasters, The Mamas and the Papas, the Beach Boys, and The Doobie Brothers, although I couldn't name any of the actual album titles. There were lots of mix tapes, too.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (+tsoh)

1073 Traffic - Low Spark of High Healed Boys

Posted by: Girl who brought drummer from Spinal Tap home for Christmas at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (BG+cw)

1074 Moby Grape

Posted by: Skip Spence at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (VzkNh)

1075 What is this turning into? A British gentlemen's club? Will there be tea? And waiters? Smoking jackets, tosh I say!
Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:52 PM (Gyp4x)

Over my Dead corpse. We will have a Hamms bear clock and a neon sign that points the way to the bathroom down the hall.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (l86i3)

1076 Anything Chuck Berry did, anytime, ever.

Posted by: nat at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (0D/Fp)

1077 Ette. How did I know you'd have a smooth answer. Lol. Tea it is. Lol. "Tea tawk."

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (XLuH2)

1078 Bebel Gilberto is actually Joao's daughter (by another woman) not Astrud's even thought they sound similar.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (aZ6ew)

1079 "Blood on the Tracks" by Bob Dylan. So good. Crazy good. Highway 61 Revisited is overrated by comparison (though still quite good).

After that "Pet Sounds" by the Beach Boys. Lots of good arguments for some of the stuff mentioned, particularly "Dark Side of the Moon" but I'll take those two for my money.

Posted by: Matt at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (2y7Mi)

1080 http://bit.ly/rYcyq1
Suicidal Tendencies Institutionalized


Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 08:42 PM
-----------
Wasn't that song in "Repo Man"?
If not, I was listening to it around the same time. "John Wayne was a fag". Heh...good times.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (Mh+lD)

1081 1984 might be the best single year of albums in my lifetime.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1984_in_music

I owned or had copies of nearly every single one of these, in all genres.

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (VhcOZ)

1082 Damn there's a lot of old people in here. All due respect to the top three, they have failed to hold my attention as I'm into my 30's now.

It's pretty tough to argue with Appetite for Destruction, but I'm going to have to go with Lateralus by Tool.

One of the honestly most impressive efforts I've listened to lately is The Color Spectrum by The Dear Hunter. Just an absolutely phenomenal undertaking with near perfect results from start to finish, and highly recommended to everybody.

Posted by: Paul Kroenke at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (S7OJd)

1083 Oldsailors Poet, Gah, peanuts and icky stuff on the floor?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (nqBYe)

1084 I gotta add jagged little pill Alanis plus Joshua Tree U2 both are worthy

Posted by: Dave at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (v2Cb9)

1085 Capt Backfire, that's a pretty cool list of famous people what you know.



New albums in the last 10 years, OK:

Florence and the Machine: Lungs

Imagine Dragons: Night Visions

One Republic: Waking Up

Snow Patrol: Fallen Empires

Dwight Yoakam: 3 Pears

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (DmCcV)

1086 Over my Dead corpse. We will have a Hamms bear clock and a neon sign that points the way to the bathroom down the hall.
Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (l86i3)

And a sign over the front door that says,

"Liquor in the front, poker in the rear"

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (tBnjP)

1087 Quernsryche's Operation Mindcrime. Hands down best album ever

Posted by: Jon in TX not also known as mad as helll at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (rcRhm)

1088 673- The Nightfly-

I listed that as my favorite the last time this thread was up. Awesome album.

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (1k4dd)

1089 OSP, 'there's a bathroom on the right.' Since its a bit of a rough bar, 'carry a razor.'

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (Gyp4x)

1090 Alvin & the Chipmunks: Christmas With the Chipmunks Vol. 1

Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (Lxw+T)

1091 Oldsailors Poet, Gah, peanuts and icky stuff on the floor?
Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:56 PM (nqBYe)

Well, yeah. The peanut shells soak up the spit, blood and beer.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (l86i3)

1092 I am not at all surprised that nobody that I have
seen has mentioned anything recorded in the last ten years. OK Computer may have been, but it sounds like its from about 1999.

Posted by: Truman North at 08:42 PM

I didn't think there were any albums even made in the last 10 years. Seems like selling music these days is more about maxing iTunes singles downloads than whole albums.
Posted by: mugiwara at 08:47 PM

My teenagers own 0, zero, nada, zip, on vinyl, cassette, or CD's. EVERYTHING is MP3. Albums are passe.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (mkb9H)

1093 >>Traffic - Low Spark of High Healed Boys
Posted by: Girl who brought drummer from Spinal Tap home for Christmas at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (BG+cw)




Did a lot of sparkin' to that tune in my college days.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (aZ6ew)

1094 I still have Johnny Horton Makes History on vinyl,

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (OQpzc)

1095 The silk part is a little gay, but we're all friends here.



Mine is in mauve silk.
Posted by: George Orwell what knows composite girlfriends give fantasy nookie at January 18, 2013 08:51 PM
-------------------
Right on. Don't ask don't tell, brother.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 08:57 PM (Mh+lD)

1096 Give Me Three Steps is my son's current theme song--he is dating a girl whose dad is a 28-yr Marine, and he was called to an interview with the man over the Christmas break. Guy calmly and carefully told him there were things worth killing for, and his daughter was one of them. My son is allowed to see her, but understands the results that will occur if he makes the mistake of treating her wrong. I don't think he will anyway (treat her wrong), but I hope her dad gives him three steps in the event of a misunderstanding!

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM (WWeoI)

1097 Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (yBF/9)

Thanks for posting that.The Stones from, say, 1968 to 73, were like the rock equivalent of the late '40's NY Yankees - way out in front ofeveryone else.

Now I expect pieces of Keith Richards to start falling off onstage one day. "Shit, man, there goes me left ear!"

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM (BStAJ)

1098 Old Sailor's Poet, hard boiled eggs and pretzels coming up.

Posted by: Ruby at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM (vt4Ip)

1099 Reading Ace for many, many months but never felt the need to post before now....

I refuse to board ship.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKv9p-lyKNA

I'm too old to spare a breath for fools. Fuck 'em and may they stick an aircraft carrier where the sun does not shine. I got silver and I got beans, bullets, water, and I got me and mine.

Posted by: parker at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (9p/f5)

1100 Well perhaps in two hours someone in the Horde will be singing that old song 'We're in the money!' Mega Millions drawing for $70 million.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (Gyp4x)

1101 Ette. How did I know you'd have a smooth answer. Lol. Tea it is. Lol. "Tea tawk."

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:55 PM (XLuH2)

tea soothes , my mother taught me so.I'm sure it is not as wonderful as meds, but the last time i tried to steal my doctors scripts he frowned on the idea.. (i keed)

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (nqBYe)

1102 "Like, I mean, totally" by Meggy Mac and the Sweater Puppies

Posted by: Not.Allahpundit.At.All.Really at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (Q8Wa9)

1103 George Benson? Did he help jazz or hurt it? Talk amongst yourselves.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (XLuH2)

1104 Posted by: Ruby at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM (vt4Ip)


That right there is a woman of class.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (l86i3)

1105 In Flames - Jester Race

Posted by: OxyCon at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (U7XyJ)

1106
Studio - Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon
Live - Allman Brothers at Fillmore East
and anything by Tom Waits....After 40 years of going to concerts Tom Waits is undoubtedly the best show I have ever...ever...seen Live.If you get a chance to see the man.....pay the money....no matter the cost. He is worth every penny. That old guy can put on a show.

Posted by: Budahmon at January 18, 2013 08:59 PM (FHn9c)

1107 GGE, most Mustang owners want to forget the 1970s Mustangs. Especially the Ford Ghia Mustang II.


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (Gyp4x)


I want a 77 or 78 Mach 1 with the T tops...and I really don't know why. Of course, nothing under the sheetmetal would remain stock.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (DmCcV)

1108 Somebody told me Hot Fuss by The Killers was the soundtrack to my 2005. It's still a matter of time, but Battle Born may sum up my 2013.

Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (Tlix5)

1109 1093 and I really did bring the drummer from Spinal Tap home for Christmas

Posted by: Girl who brought drummer from Spinal Tap home for Christmas at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (BG+cw)

1110 Stardust- Willie Nelson

Posted by: drstanly1 at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (1mneR)

1111 boston & don't look back

fleetwood mac rumours

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (GVxQo)

1112 aaron

any album by the killers

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:01 PM (GVxQo)

1113 Best album in the last 10 years goes to...

Auto Tuner, by Auto Tuner.

Written and produced by Lacko Fuckintalent.

That guy was a genius.

Posted by: VA GAtor at January 18, 2013 09:01 PM (Qf+nH)

1114 Kamakiri? by Donald Fagan

Posted by: EROWMER at January 18, 2013 09:01 PM (kxlCQ)

1115 phoenixgirl

hell yes

Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (Tlix5)

1116 boston & don't look back

fleetwood mac rumours
Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM (GVxQo)


Yep, got em, love em.

I like Songbird from Rumors. I thought Christine McVie was the most talented singer in that crew.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (l86i3)

1117 Heads up, Horde. Hannity is going to feature a very, very attractive woman (and expert marksman) on his show in a bit.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (UOM48)

1118
I still have Johnny Horton Makes History on vinyl,

wellll we fired our guns but the British kept a comin, there wasn't quite as many as there was awhile ago

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (MPjT8)

1119 Guy calmly and carefully told him there were things
worth killing for, and his daughter was one of them.

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM (WWeoI)


The only correct reply to that statement is "Yes Sir, I agree."

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (DmCcV)

1120 oldsailer, perhaps when the shtf i can convince myself beer, blood and mixed fluids of unknown genetic origins won't matter?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:02 PM (nqBYe)

1121 One I named was quite recent.Couple years old.Crack the Skye by Mastodon.Awesomely talented band.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (9XBK2)

1122 Songs from the Big Chair was released the day before my wife was born.
Dream into Action by Howard Jones came out a week after I was.

You are all OLD.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (xRu5L)

1123 I forgot Bowie's Scary Monsters ... way back when, when I did, umh, "illicits".

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (mkb9H)

1124 Just might aw well toss in the FLCL soundtrack by The Pillows...

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (Vk2pI)

1125 +1 for Joshua Tree.

Especially on the drive from LA to Vegas. Also good on the drive home after winning

Posted by: NC Ref at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (/izg2)

1126 I've got all my parents, and my old, albums. The realz vinyl ones. And a turntable.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (UOM48)

1127 Songs from the Big Chair was released the day before my wife was born.
Dream into Action by Howard Jones came out a week after I was.

You are all OLD.
Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (xRu5L)

Yep, but here you are, with us old people.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (l86i3)

1128 1107 GGE the Mustang II never happened they were all Maverick II's with pretension of grandeur.

I'm going to go into that corner now and cry from shame.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (LRFds)

1129 TPH, silly otaku. Yoko Kanno, Rise, Origa.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (Gyp4x)

1130 Now I have "High-Heeled Boys" playing in my head.

That's a great song - and one of the few from the '60's -'70's that isn't played to death on the local "classic rock" stations.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (BStAJ)

1131 1099- Ship of Fools, great song. Really loved "All Come True" by them- same time late 80s-ish.

Posted by: Jason Newton at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (z6KMg)

1132 999- I was going to offer "Come Away With Me" by Nora Jones as my favorite album of the last ten years, but I checked and it was released in 2002. Too old! I guess I'd go with Keane's "Hopes and Fears" as an alternative.

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (1k4dd)

1133 Other albums older than me:
Whitney Houston's debut
Meat is Murder
Stella

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (xRu5L)

1134 George Benson - Give Me The Night



well he is handsome, and performs well,

wiggles eyebrows. so anything that leads everyone on searched of a genre is good right?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (nqBYe)

1135 Pull the plug on this MF thread !!!!!

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (x59Gv)

1136 Not a lot of jazz fans here, I guess. Classical is getting shafted too. Yo-yo Ma / Cello Concerti? Bernstein's Mahler? Karajan/Tchaikovsky? Glenn Gould playing Bach? I couldn't live without these and many more.

Posted by: Jordan at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (Hz1zc)

1137 1127 OSP,

CAC made it to the grown-ups table early one supposes, should put him in good stead to have more cunning than his peers.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (LRFds)

1138 Yoko Kanno, Rise, Origa.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:04 PM (Gyp4x)


Can't go wrong with Yoko Kanno!

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (Vk2pI)

1139 The Jane Dear Girls: The Jane Dear Girls.


The Reverend Horton Heat: Liquour In The Front (on the jukebox in OSP's bar, with Liquor Beer and Wine being the most played track)

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (DmCcV)

1140 1129 Ms Puma,

I'd wager you have the Kingdom Hearts soundtrack would one be incorrect?

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (LRFds)

1141 CAC made it to the grown-ups table early one supposes, should put him in good stead to have more cunning than his peers.
Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (LRFds)

Agreed.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (l86i3)

1142 I'm disappointed. I really thought one of you Morons would have hit the hanging curve ball by rick-rolling us all.

Posted by: slug at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (vVv3V)

1143 Can't go wrong with Yoko Kanno!

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:05 PM (Vk2pI)


but you can with Yoko Ono...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (DmCcV)

1144 The Anita Kerr Singers
Reflect on the hits of Burt Bacharach and Hal David

Posted by: Goatweed at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (kgemg)

1145 Jeff Beck -- Blow By Blow
Aerosmith -- Get Your Wings
Blue Oyster Cult -- Debut album
Tommy Bolin -- Teaser

Posted by: GnuBreed at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (cHZB7)

1146
Cheech and Chong - The Big Bamboo
Judas Priest - Hell Bent For Leather (Killing Machine in the UK)

Posted by: Garym at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (NhEwn)

1147 in search

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (nqBYe)

1148 This was fun, luv you guys, goodnight.

Posted by: Oldsailors Poet, Author of Amy Lynn available on Amazon. http://tinyurl.com/ahc8poj at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (l86i3)

1149 Queensryche: Operation Mindcrime
King Diamond: Them
King Diamond: Conspiracy
Iron Maiden: Live After Death
Sepultura: Arise
Anathema: The Silent Enigma

Posted by: kagai at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (3eTJD)

1150
Just might aw well toss in the FLCL soundtrack by The Pillows...
Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:03 PM (Vk2pI)[\i]
There's one I was missing. Let's throw in Yoko Kanno's Cowboy Bebop soundtrack while we're at it.
Still can't believe I'm the only 'ron citing OpIvy's Energy.

Posted by: mugiwara at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (hpYnL)

1151 GGE of the Moron Horde, I believe he said "Sir! Yes Sir!" often, throughout the interview. Just a hunch, since he received permission. (She's a nice girl, and very pretty!)

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (WWeoI)

1152 My dad, two brothers, and yours truly once did a two-day drive from Canada to California listening primarily to Bon Jovi's Slippery When Wet and Weird Al's Food Album (1992).

Yep, we have issues.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (+tsoh)

1153 Ok Just when I think I am out they pull me back in MC5 and kick out the dems MF

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (x59Gv)

1154 drinking strawberry margaritas .
better than tea tonight.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:07 PM (nqBYe)

Posted by: Crash at January 18, 2013 09:08 PM (V8z4d)

1156 but you can with Yoko Ono...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:06 PM (DmCcV)


Yoko Ono is a howler monkey, as was revealed by The Powerpuff Girls:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wil8wOuVry8

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:08 PM (Vk2pI)

1157 I'm a tea novice. Two kinds. Green and Camomille (Sp?) (Which I do find relaxing). I will surely add it to my day now ette thanks.. I have bagged kind although I do have one of those loose holder spoon thingys. I could expand my horizons though.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 09:08 PM (XLuH2)

1158 Sven, never heard that soundtrack so can't make a judgement. Why never heard it, never played the game. I like too many things as is that cost $$ so I tend to not buy any games. Line had to be drawn somewhere.

GGE, Ms Oh No! is a succubus. She sucks the creative force out of men.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:08 PM (Gyp4x)

1159 1093
>>Traffic - Low Spark of High Healed Boys
Posted by: Girl who brought drummer from Spinal Tap home for Christmas at January 18, 2013 08:54 PM (BG+cw)


Did a lot of sparkin' to that tune in my college days.

Before Stevie W. went all "ghey" and Adult Contemporary.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (RcG3a)

1160 And now for the greatest album released in the past 10 years:



Madison Rising: Madison Rising

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (DmCcV)

1161
>>>>Guy calmly and carefully told him there were things worth killing for, and his daughter was one of them. My son is allowed to see her, but understands the results that will occur if he makes the mistake of treating her wrong.<<<<
------
Broke up with a girl in college. She and I were both Army brats. Went to the dentist on post for an infected gum. Look up from the chair and therestood her father, a full bird Army dentist. Ever have your gums scraped without novocaine? Not pleasent.

Posted by: Javems at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (c8xU9)

1162 Violator was good, I rather enjoyed Halo and Waiting for the Night.

Black Celebration is an under appreciated album as well.

http://youtu.be/1gTDGrgzFIQ

Depeche Mode Stripped(Highland mix)

The Bass sounds awesome if you're in the embrace of your cups in the dark.

Shook the damned wall.

*boom*

The noise that sounds like a quick metronome is a sample from a checker cab's carb and exhaust.

Ah youth, and the facts one recalls out of the blue.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (LRFds)

1163 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fo59fCISVFwfeature=player_embedded

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (9XBK2)

1164 1107
GGE, most Mustang owners want to forget the 1970s Mustangs. Especially the Ford Ghia Mustang II.




Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 08:50 PM (Gyp4x)


I
want a 77 or 78 Mach 1 with the T tops...and I really don't know why.
Of course, nothing under the sheetmetal would remain stock.


Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:00 PM

This weekend I'm going to review the C7 Corvette

My verdict is "meh". My first impression when I saw the car was the same when I see the debut of the "hot new actress". She may look flashy, but I've seen her many times before. There's nothing really new or unique there.

The C6 look was getting long in the tooth and outdated, but if they're going to do a new generation and use the Sting Ray name, they should have gone the retro look of the original Sting Ray coupe. The Mustang, Challenger, and Camaro's successes all derive from the unique look.

Not so with the new Vette. It's a Viper and Ferrari in front, a Nissan GTR on the sides, and a Camaro in the ass. A retro SR coupe would have been a head turner and a home run

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (wwsoB)

1165 I always thought Wilco's A.M. was a great album. Every song is just a feel good, hanging around kinda tune and of course Weezer's Blue album is as close to perfect as an album can get.

Posted by: Crash at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (V8z4d)

1166 >>>but you can with Yoko Ono...
Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter

Oh, everybody needs one Yoko Ono album. It's late, you want people to go home, put it on and the room will clear in 5 minutes.

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (H96hE)

1167 holy shit that's a lot of comments

Posted by: chemjeff at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (BBWjt)

1168 I drove from Maine to Chicago in 1983 with exactly one cassette that we listened to repeatedly. Can't think of the name of it.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (MPjT8)

1169 Javems, sounds like it wasn't safe!

Posted by: barbarausa, the white angel at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (WWeoI)

1170 Oh, and Fleetwood, Mac, Rumors.

Posted by: Javems at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (c8xU9)

1171 >>Before Stevie W. went all "ghey" and Adult Contemporary.
Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (RcG3a)



I first heard him when he did Gimme Some Lovin' with The Spencer Davis Group. He was about 16 iirc.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (aZ6ew)

1172 I am waiting for the hamsters to go 'eeeekkkkk!!!!!!'

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (Gyp4x)

1173 Time , Time . Time!!!New thread!!!!

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (x59Gv)

1174
Sum 41..."Does this look infected" in the last 10 years.

Posted by: Budahmon at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (FHn9c)

1175
Just might aw well toss in the FLCL soundtrack by The Pillows...
Posted by: The Political Hat




You misspelled The Seatbelts - Ask DNA

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (kdS6q)

1176 Broke up with a girl in college. She and I were both Army brats. Went to the dentist on post for an infected gum. Look up from the chair and therestood her father, a full bird Army dentist. Ever have your gums scraped without novocaine? Not pleasent.

Posted by: Javems at January 18, 2013 09:09 PM (c8xU9)



I'm sorry, but I'm laughing. At least it wasn't a root canal.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:12 PM (+tsoh)

1177 Murmur (1983)
Reckoning (1984)
Fables of the Reconstruction (1985)
Lifes Rich Pageant (1986)
Document (1987)
Green (198

R.E.M. hands down wins the 80's for most consecutive great albums in a row.

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 09:12 PM (VhcOZ)

1178 Golden Earring -- Moontan

Posted by: GnuBreed at January 18, 2013 09:13 PM (cHZB7)

1179 At this point lets start a new thread for favorite puke situations...

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 09:13 PM (x59Gv)

1180 Sade - Stronger Than Pride

The woman defines smooooooothhhh ..

Great songs to fuck to or fall to sleep to. If the lady doesn't want to do the first, at least she'll do the second and you can watch the movies YOU like on TV

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:13 PM (wwsoB)

1181 Ette. Definitive Yes on George. however its a slippery slope to KennyG. . If I hear one of his riffs one more time I'm going to stick chopsticks in my ears. Did I miss something he did that was admirable?

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 09:13 PM (XLuH2)

1182 1158 Ms Puma,

You missed a good one should you get the opportunity you should try it. The tutorial put me in a mind of my love for my wife and trying to be old too young.

I'll see if I can find the piece.

http://youtu.be/a-2oJ1D_ilw

Simple and Clean

You run so hard and never catch up....

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:14 PM (LRFds)

1183 what a great thread this is! Have to go root through some boxes in the basement this weekend now!

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 09:14 PM (WWeoI)

1184 It's late, you want people to go home, put it on and the room will clear in 5 minutes.

Posted by: Waldo Truth at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (H96hE)


and the coroner will come around the next morning to cut you down from the rope and stand the chair back up by the kitchen table.

Blues Brothers: Briefcase Full of Blues

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:14 PM (DmCcV)

1185 "Ask DNA" is a great tune.

Too bad you can't get it in the US on mp3.

Posted by: naturalfake at January 18, 2013 09:14 PM (G9qZk)

1186 I am waiting for the hamsters to go 'eeeekkkkk!!!!!!'

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:11 PM (Gyp4x)


Harvey the Wonder Hamster:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n-Rump23NTU

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (Vk2pI)

1187 1168
I drove from Maine to Chicago in 1983 with exactly one cassette that we listened to repeatedly. Can't think of the name of it.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM

Me neither

Posted by: Steven Wright at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (wwsoB)

1188 Ladies and Gentlemen. One night only here at Hot Legs! The prequel to Priss and the Replicants!

http://youtu.be/cJk61DfPOug

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (Gyp4x)

1189 So was Ashley as smug and "brilliant" then as she is now?
Posted by: Jane D'oh at 08:52 PM

I was a junior when she was a freshman, and she already had a modeling contract (I think with "Ford's").
She was absent a lot, and I really didn't know her well. Naomi was still working as a nurse at the Williamson Co. hospital, and living in a "little-bitty" rented farmhouse. I went to 2 parties there. She drove a '57 Bel Air, and she and it were in 'American Graffiti'.

Winona and she were winning all of the "talent contests" and doing the small circuit, but they were abviously going to "make it". They were doing WSM with Ralph Emery. They were all pretty cool, hometown fave's, and everyone was rooting for them then.

It's really a shame that wealth, fame, and celebrity turn most into total fucking tools.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (mkb9H)

1190 Javems,

Love hurts...went in to talk to a Chaplain at Wright-Patt saw a picture on the wall that a girl I once sent several black roses' dad was the head chaplain.

I left.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (LRFds)

1191 My dad has a huge stash of albums, including the childhood staples: Sesame Street and stories that said "turn the page when the chime rings like this."

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (+tsoh)

1192 While we're on the whole groovy Brazillian smooth sexy-music vibe....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srfP2JlH6ls

"Waters of March" (Aguas de Marco)

Elise Regina Tom Jobim.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 09:16 PM (Mh+lD)

1193 O/T

NYT reporting Journal News taking down map to gun permit holders. Guess they can smell the stench of lawsuits headed their way.

http://tinyurl.com/b8ym3jj (link to NYT)

Posted by: Lady in Black at January 18, 2013 09:16 PM (ATdet)

1194 This thread resemble inagodavida baby!!!!

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 09:16 PM (x59Gv)

1195 @237 & 1177 Green or Document. Automatic was the beginning of the end.

Posted by: Shivendragon at January 18, 2013 09:16 PM (f7u6e)

1196
Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM

Me neither
Posted by: Steven Wright at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (wwsoB)

glad somebody got that

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:17 PM (MPjT8)

1197 There are so many to pick, but ultimately Dark Side of the Moon is my pick for the greatest album of all time. "Live at the Fillmore East" by the Allman Brothers would also be in the running.

Posted by: clos2thedge at January 18, 2013 09:17 PM (1Eu0J)

1198 10,000 Maniacs - Our Time in Eden

I listen to that album while I paint and have been for over 20 years.

Posted by: Sebastian Melmoth at January 18, 2013 09:17 PM (pUkWs)

1199 William Shatner - The Transformed Man

Bones and Scotty tried to beam the masters into deep space, but I called for Red Alert with the shields up before they could do the dastardly deed

Posted by: Capt. James T Kirk at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (wwsoB)

1200 GGE I have that boob jobbed shrieking harpy stuck in my addled mind now....

damn you sir and may God have mercy on your soul......

okay "darn you"

Yoko Ono Numbah Nye en Numbah Nye un

http://youtu.be/wdPvN7HOLh8

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (LRFds)

1201 Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM

Me neither
Posted by: Steven Wright at January 18, 2013 09:15 PM (wwsoB)

glad somebody got that
Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:17 PM (MPjT
-----------------------------------------------------
I did too. I laughed.

Posted by: Truck Monkey at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (jucos)

1202 1103- Guido- re: George Benson- I think he was, on balance, good for it, but I wouldn't say he was unique- I think I had every album by Earl Klugh, Bob James, Stanley Clarke, and others I can't even remember.

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (1k4dd)

1203
R.E.M. hands down wins the 80's for most consecutive great albums in a row.
Posted by: coondawg68





Squad 51, this is Rampart. Your patient is in shock and delusional. Administer two amps Sodium Bicarb. Insert an airway. Start an IV, 51.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (kdS6q)

1204 1168
I drove from Maine to Chicago in 1983 with exactly one cassette that we listened to repeatedly. Can't think of the name of it.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:10 PM (MPjT
I went from Cleveland to New Orleans for Mardi Gras in 1989. We had one cassette, Genesis, by Genesis. Genesis is a great band, but to this day I get physically ill just listening to that album, not unlike Richard Hammond.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 09:19 PM (RcG3a)

1205 This thread still????

Well, with husband camping this weekend, I'm crawling in bed with a glass of wine, two kittehs, and watching whatever crap I want on TV.

I've got some books on the bedside table I've been meaning to tackle.

Cold night, warm kittehs, decent wine, and books. Not a bad Friday night.

'Night, 'rons and 'ettes.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:19 PM (UOM48)

1206 good night Jane

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:19 PM (GVxQo)

1207

>>Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (1k4dd)

Try On Eagles Wings by Paul Jackson JrLOUD

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (aZ6ew)

1208 David Hasselhoff - Looking For

Hot Shot City is a particularly interesting song

Posted by: Agony Booth at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (wwsoB)

1209 4:44 Last Day on Earth...looked like a good apocalyptic movie but it's Dafoe and some hot chick, and the attribute the ozone depletion to...Algore

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (MPjT8)

1210 good night Jane

Posted by: chemjeff at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (BBWjt)

1211 or, as Basia would put it (in english)...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZFv_kRpjmtM

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (Mh+lD)

1212 This whole thread and no love for Nazareth Hair Of The Dog?

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (OQpzc)

1213
"Waters of March" (Aguas de Marco) Elise Regina Tom Jobim.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer




Actually, Waters of March by anyone. I don't think I've ever heard a bad version of it. Might be the perfect song.

Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM (kdS6q)

1214 I used to get rather wound up with the help of some enterprising freelance phrmacy handiwork and put the albums on 45 or 78....

wheee

Shatner played at odd speeds....

http://youtu.be/cKo4FMzt_hM

Cpt Kirk-Bohemian Rhapsody

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (LRFds)

1215 KennyG , He did a lot of decent remakes of songs others performed, So perhaps convenience wise You could buy a cd and get a blast into the past. His voice while perhaps not wonderous as perhaps Mikhail Svetlov or Luciano Pavarotti. is a typical mans voice and i like mens voices imperfect as they sometimes can be , musically it is sometimes actually a draw.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (nqBYe)

1216 Whipped Cream and Other Delights

Posted by: David at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (WlkAD)

1217 1205 Ms D'oh,

Good night ma'am I am about to have 70s flashbacks....

*runs like napalm girl*

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (LRFds)

1218 Night Jane, sleep well and wake.


damn you sir and may God have mercy on your soul......


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:18 PM (LRFds)


Not gonna click on that link. There would be no mercy in that.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (DmCcV)

1219 Good night Jane and kittehs! Have fun doing whatever you want this weekend!

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:22 PM (+tsoh)

1220 oops that comment was aimed at guido

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:22 PM (nqBYe)

1221 Good night Jane D'Oh.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:22 PM (Gyp4x)

1222 1203

R.E.M. hands down wins the 80's for most consecutive great albums in a row.
Posted by: coondawg68




Oooh, before I leave, I had a beautiful, but bat-shit crazy roommate in ATL who had dated Michael Stipe once or twice. She stalked him. She also stalked the good friend D'oh set her up with. They went out once, and she told her mother and sister they were engaged.

Yikes. Thankfully, she moved out while then boyfriend D'oh and I were vacationing. Left the kitchen floor full of broken glass, but what a relief to be rid of her crazy ass.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:22 PM (UOM48)

1223 NYT reporting Journal News taking down map to gun permit holders. Guess they can smell the stench of lawsuits headed their way.

http://tinyurl.com/b8ym3jj (link to NYT)


Posted by: Lady in Black at January 18, 2013 09:16 PM

Or the publisher and editor are finding it's getting expensive to hire armed guards to stand around eating donuts all day

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:23 PM (wwsoB)

1224 'Night for realz.

Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:23 PM (UOM48)

1225 I vote for Rush 2112. Also, Boston's first two albums. Guitar Rock!

Posted by: Chris M at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (4lyMJ)

1226 Where is the love for Pink Floyd, San Diego Concourse 1973, 1975 San Diego sport coliseum before Wish You Were Here was even released though they played it, closed out with Echoes and the crowd had no response, because they were utterly stunned.

Posted by: drunkineastmesa at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (gHAAQ)

1227 1204, 1168- We drove from Chapel Hill to Ft. Lauderdale for Spring Break in 1981- listened to Steve Winwood's "Arc of a Diver" all the way there and back.

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (1k4dd)

1228
beautiful, but bat-shit crazy roommate in ATL who had dated Michael Stipe once or twice
===================
when did she figure out he was queer as a football bat

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (MPjT8)

1229 one more time I'm going to stick chopsticks in my ears.

that Will hurt. i'll toss the cdds under the couch.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (nqBYe)

1230 Left the kitchen floor full of broken glass, but what a relief to be rid of her crazy ass.



Posted by: Jane D'oh at January 18, 2013 09:22 PM (UOM4


I...think I may have met her...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (DmCcV)

1231 Lady in Black, obviously Journal News has never heard the term, "Once on the Internet, always on the Internet."

May the boning proceed apace.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (Gyp4x)

1232 Enjoy this. My next thread will be full of big questions.
Like...
What if we live in a multiverse, and the ringing in our ears is the sound of our other selves trying to talk to us?

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (xRu5L)

1233 I endured this bit...

http://youtu.be/xFrGuyw1V8s

Abba Dancing Queen

Nothing compares with a relatively unknown at the time's Boston Lawyer's cover right before he came out of the closet and was engaged to the owner of the patriot's daughter Bawney Fwank

http://youtu.be/a5NrqqK60OI

Bawney Fwank "Banking Queen"

Who the hell is Fweddie and Fwanny"?

I didn't know when I was 4 either

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:25 PM (LRFds)

1234 1216
Whipped Cream and Other Delights

Posted by: David at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM

Did you know that the model on the cover was 7 months pregnant at the time?

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:25 PM (wwsoB)

1235 Thriller. Say what you want about MJ, he was an extraordinary musician. Prince also but I'll pass.

Posted by: Max Entropy at January 18, 2013 09:25 PM (NwTXA)

1236 CAC, go read some Philip K. Dick. Perhaps Ubik.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubik

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:25 PM (Gyp4x)

1237 Hot August Night. Neil Diamond
Pet Sounds. Beach Boys
Abbey Road. Beatles
Crosby, Stills and Nash self titled
Three Dog Night self titled
Hotel California. Eagles
Blood, Sweat and Tears self titled
Chicago Transit Authority

Showing my age here.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:26 PM (M/TDA)

1238 oh man I completely threadjacked a Slate post, check this out
http://tinyurl.com/bhstczx

Posted by: chemjeff at January 18, 2013 09:26 PM (BBWjt)

1239 Elvis, Sun Sessions

Posted by: Jean at January 18, 2013 09:26 PM (7PjX7)

1240 Don't want to hurt anyone's feelings but Steven Wright was up there with Emo Phillips in the laugh department. Funnyman Bobby Bittman cleaned their clocks.

Posted by: Steff McKee at January 18, 2013 09:26 PM (RcG3a)

1241 1232
Enjoy this. My next thread will be full of big questions.

Like...

What if we live in a multiverse, and the ringing in our ears is the sound of our other selves trying to talk to us?

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (xRu5L)

lol. are our otherselves in the past or the future trying to warn us?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:27 PM (nqBYe)

1242 What if we live in a multiverse, and the ringing in our ears is the sound of our other selves trying to talk to us?
Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:24 PM (xRu5L)

That's so stupid.

Everybody knows Dark Matter would block the signal.

Posted by: eman at January 18, 2013 09:27 PM (tBnjP)

1243 Sparks-This Town ain't big enough for the both of us....

man this trip down memory lane reminds me just precisely how shitty this synth shit today is....

The '97 version from their reunion tour.

http://youtu.be/8qF7qI06-O0

Sparks This town ain't big enough for the both of us


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:27 PM (LRFds)

1244 Hey Tuna, book stuff. So what did you think of Talisman's Trinket? And did you find a copy of Blood and Ivory yet?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:27 PM (Gyp4x)

1245 nging in your ears you think might be voices might have been you wife after the frying pan hit?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:28 PM (nqBYe)

1246 Classical?

Gould "The Goldberg Variations"

Handel - The Water Music Suites

Mozart - The Magic Flute

Dvorak(sp?) - The New World Symphony And (a cliche, I know, but I've always loved it) Gershwin "A Rhapsody in Blue"

And others. I also like Billy Holliday and Miles Davis. But this is mainly a rock thread, so I kept it to rock.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:28 PM (BStAJ)

1247 The Cars: The Cars

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:28 PM (DmCcV)

1248 1235- I have always thought "Off the Wall" was the better album.

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 09:28 PM (1k4dd)

1249 CAC I have no doubt on the "multi-"verse thing

no. doubt.

long story!

did anyone cover the hideous BANGS yet?!?! good god not a good look there. I *hope* that's just a wig!

Posted by: BlackOrchid-StillMissingDagny at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (J6kXj)

1250 That ringing in the ears. Ask Harry Mudd.
"Harcourt Fenton Mudd!!! Where have you been!!??"

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (Gyp4x)

1251 If you can answer this question, you know you're an old fart

Why was it usually a good idea to keep a matchbook cover and a pencil in a car with an 8 track player

If you say "what's an 8 track", you are excused

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (wwsoB)

1252 In the above post in my memory no drugs were abused

Posted by: drunkineastmesa at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (gHAAQ)

1253 chem...are you buddy?

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (GVxQo)

1254 My wife has never hit me in the head with a frying pan.
That I can remember.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (xRu5L)

1255 This is what the last song sounded like when I was two and we had just stopped sending men to the moon....

http://youtu.be/QAzESJ62irI

Sparks This Town yada yada

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (LRFds)

1256 So, who is staying up all night and counting the votes?

This one is before my time, but still good: Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf.

Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (Tlix5)

1257 Here's another one:

Melody Gardot - My One and Only Thrill

Posted by: AbeFroman at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (yLc78)

1258 Thanks for posting that.The Stones from, say, 1968 to 73, were like the rock equivalent of the late '40's NY Yankees - way out in front ofeveryone else. Now I expect pieces of Keith Richards to start falling off onstage one day. "Shit, man, there goes me left ear!"

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 08:58 PM

Yeah, I like "Goat's Head Soup" a lot, probably more than "Exile". "Black and Blue" was the last great LP they did. After that the suck starts. "Some Girls" is ok, but nothing great. They should have stopped. Richards is still good, but nothing, nothing like he was in the early to mid 70's. Either he lost it when he gave up smack and hit the booze, or, not having a stellar 2nd guitarist to push him, anymore.

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (yBF/9)

1259 Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (wwsoB)

cruel!

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (nqBYe)

1260 Exile On Main Street

Posted by: major major major major at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (0NjnE)

1261 http://youtu.be/oqPhJb4O8RE

Posted by: Hill Country Texan at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (spav1)

1262 1246
Classical deserves a thread of its own.
Actually I could fill up a whole thread talking about classical music. So much beauty.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (M/TDA)

1263 Aqualung - Jethro Tull
Cheap Thrills - Big Brother & The Holding Company
Mad Dogs & Englishmen - Joe Cocker
So Far - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
The Traveling Wilburys Vol 1 - The Traveling Wilburys
Waiting for Columbus - The Band
What'd I Say - Ray Charles

Posted by: CB at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (6h0+l)

1264 Actually, Waters of March by anyone. I don't think I've ever heard a bad version of it. Might be the perfect song.


Posted by: Laurie David's Cervix at January 18, 2013 09:20 PM
----
Indeed. I love watching Jane Monheit sing it. She does it too fast but, my god, she is so old-school sexy that it's fucking outrageous.

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (Mh+lD)

1265 1250 Ms Puma,

have you been spiking purple footballs again?

Is that Sangria on your breath?

What are you doing with tiger pattern girls underwear in your trenchcoat pocket?

Is that a shotgun shell on your floor?

Ah youth....

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (LRFds)

1266 1250
That ringing in the ears. Ask Harry Mudd.
"Harcourt Fenton Mudd!!! Where have you been!!??"


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM

Did you know that Shatner has suffered from tinnitus since the 60s? He blames it on an explosion that went off too close to him while shooting a Star Trek episode

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (wwsoB)

1267 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jafTEkeejEU

Waters of March - Jane Monheit

Posted by: Lurking Flanuer at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (Mh+lD)

1268
My wife has never hit me in the head with a frying pan.

That I can remember.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (xRu5L)

heh,
that's all. Cac you really are awesome. (and your wife is lovely)

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (nqBYe)

1269 Moonbeam.Yep. like Ette said he semi- introduced me to a genre and from there I moved into. blues to.Earl Kugh, Bob James thank you for that. Missed Stanley Clark. Chuck Mangione came in there somewhere. I still have an old album of Stan Getz and Charlie Byrd that still moves me. Desifinado...aahh. sweet.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (XLuH2)

1270 1251 If you can answer this question, you know you're an old fart

Why was it usually a good idea to keep a matchbook cover

To wedge in the player to keep the tape from wobbling as you drove!


and a pencil in a car

To wind that tape back up when it spooled out of control??

with an 8 track player

Posted by: coondawg68 at January 18, 2013 09:31 PM (VhcOZ)

1271 DreamTheater - Awake

Posted by: Portnoy's Lament at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (/o5YZ)

1272 If you say "what's an 8 track", you are excused
Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (wwsoB)

Because they damn things would eat a certain number of tapes? I also used the pencil to rewind cassettes a time or two.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (OQpzc)

1273 1253
chem...are you buddy?

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (GVxQo)

no I am LOL_slate

Posted by: chemjeff at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (BBWjt)

1274 Neil Young: Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

Dave Mason: Alone Together

Patti Smith: Horses Radio Ethiopia

Blind Faith: Blind Faith

Youngbloods: Elephant Mountain

David Bowie: Diamond Dogs

Lou Reed: Berlin

Posted by: geoffb at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (d3wbb)

1275 Cheap Thrills!

Posted by: barbarausa at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (WWeoI)

1276 chem

lol

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (GVxQo)

1277 No love for Steel Panther? Y'all are slackin'.

Posted by: Fritz at January 18, 2013 09:32 PM (w3+gB)

1278 We had an 8-track player but not in the car. I remember spooling cassette tapes with a pencil, though.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (+tsoh)

1279 I'll go with Meatloaf's Bat Out of Hell. Since that is the cassette that was playing when I lost my virginity.

Every other one is taken that I would have picked but I get a special tingle from that one still. And for it's time it was a good album.

Posted by: Buzzsaw at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (qo244)

1280 http://youtu.be/iuZTk1hdpMs

Patsy Cline...used to hear this one at the bar my mom kept for her 2d spouse at times....

there was this statue that looked sorta like the owner....he put a cigar in it's mouth like he used to smoke.

The guy is the one who taught me to swing a hammer.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (LRFds)

1281 Classical? Perhaps not. Fantasy? Yes. Anime? Yes.

Adesso e Fortuna sung by Sherry.
http://youtu.be/oVhQr48G5aU

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (Gyp4x)

1282 BlackOrchid-StillMissingDagny at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (J6kXj)

link?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (nqBYe)

1283 REM wrote my college soundtrack

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:33 PM (MPjT8)

1284
Best rock vocalist in no particular order.
Janis Joplin
Freddie Mercury
Jim Morrison
Roger Daltry
Robert Plant

Posted by: YIKES! at January 18, 2013 09:34 PM (mETGQ)

1285 Echo and the Bunnymen- Heaven Up Here

Posted by: JackT at January 18, 2013 09:34 PM (PrrRo)

1286 Hannity has a hottie shooting guns on right now.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 09:34 PM (OQpzc)

1287 1272 Invictus,

the matchbook was also useful if the damned player wouldn't keep tracking you could slide the edge in....

Grandpa had a damn LP player in his Caddy....

strange, strange times....

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:35 PM (LRFds)

1288 Other faves

Rush-Moving Pictures
Keane-Under the Iron Sea
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Posted by: Jon in TX not also known as mad as helll at January 18, 2013 09:35 PM (rcRhm)

1289 Dire Straights, Brothers in arms - although I didn't really expect the river to be the Potomac

Posted by: Jean at January 18, 2013 09:35 PM (7PjX7)

1290 the hamsters are shrieking in agony.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (nqBYe)

1291 >>The Cars: The Cars
Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:28 PM (DmCcV)

That 17+ minute side 2 - All I've Got Tonight, All Mixed Up, Bye Bye Love, Moving In Stereo - one of the best ever Rock sequences.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (aZ6ew)

1292 CAC if you remember she needs to do push ups....

that extra twelve miles an hour makes all the difference between PTSD, mild coma, or joe biden

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (LRFds)

1293 Nashville had a great scene in "my time". I was "Grandfathered" to drink at 19, and beat the change to 21.

I saw our "hometown heroes" Jason & the (Nashville) Scorchers, REM, the Replacements (always awesome), Husker Du, The Georgia Satellites, Swimming Pool Q's, Love Tractor, etc. often.

I had a buddy into "punk" and saw the Chilli Peppers early (socks on c*#ks tour), Circle Jerks, and DK's, etc.

The clubs (Cantrell's and Roosters) could only serve canned beer, because glass breaks. It was like our CBGB's. Graffitti encouraged. Bathrooms were NASTY.

I was totally unprepared, however, for Henry Rollins & Black Flag.... I was about 6 feet away. Mosh Pit. Angry. Violent. Intense!!!!
SLIP. IT. IN!!!

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (mkb9H)

1294 Purp has a non-ONT thread up about TFG. Will stay here.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (Gyp4x)

1295 Probably pure great album either Cars or Boston...all 10 songs there

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (MPjT8)

1296 Triffic: Heaven Is In Your Mind

Posted by: geoffb at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (d3wbb)

1297 1288 >
Rush - Moving Pictures
Porcupine Tree - Deadwing

Second both!

Posted by: AbeFroman at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (yLc78)

1298 I just remember it was a good idea to have a screw driver when parking cars at sporting events during the 8 track days.

Posted by: CB at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (6h0+l)

1299 http://youtu.be/P0DK-0fIKCw

Juice Newton queen of hearts

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (LRFds)

1300 Jethro Tull: Aqualung.

Posted by: furious_a at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (8lw4l)

1301 Why was it usually a good idea to keep a matchbook cover and a pencil in a car with an 8 track player

If you say "what's an 8 track", you are excused



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:29 PM (wwsoB)


I...have no idea...(and I don't know about pulling quickly on the tape to get it to go back up into the cartridge either). (My first car, a 1973 Mercury Marquis Brougham, had a deluxe 8 track/4 track Quadrophonic tape player...only had one quad tape and played the shit out of it...but I'll be damned if I can remember what it was. (seriously...can't remember. Hey, it was a long time ago.)


BTO - Not Fragile

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:37 PM (DmCcV)

1302 Capt. Backfire

you are ... !!!!

great stuff

Posted by: BlackOrchid-StillMissingDagny at January 18, 2013 09:38 PM (J6kXj)

1303 heh...how many of you remember the 8 track/cassette adaptors?


*crickets*


eh....

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:38 PM (DmCcV)

1304 Bad Hair Day by Weird Al. Thank God I was 12 then, otherwise I might not have appreciated it.

Posted by: Aaron at January 18, 2013 09:38 PM (Tlix5)

1305 1294 Ms puma,

yeah I already have a headache and I have already made the point for the day.

Better to feel notalgic about when the worst we could say of the nation was we were led by naive retards like Carter rather than outright American hating asshole lying "international men of mystery"

there done promise

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (LRFds)

1306 Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:30 PM (M/TDA)

Thanks to Looney Tunes cartoons many American youth were exposed to great classical music. Unfortunately the same youth call the William Tell Oveture the Bugs Bunny song.

Posted by: Sebastian Melmoth at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (c3tQX)

1307 1244
Taliman's Trinket is saved on my Ipad and haven't gotten to Bolood and Ivory yet. Just started 1356 by Bernard Cormwell.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (M/TDA)

1308 Time Out - The Dave Brubeck Quartet
Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

Posted by: Anon Y. Mous at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (k34Gz)

1309
That 17+ minute side 2 - All I've Got Tonight, All Mixed Up, Bye Bye Love, Moving In Stereo - one of the best ever Rock sequences.

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (aZ6ew)
=====
fucking A...I have to go get that CD and play it all night so Mrs. D loves me even more

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (MPjT8)

1310 CAC if you remember she needs to do push ups....that extra twelve miles an hour makes all the difference between PTSD, mild coma, or joe biden
Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:36 PM (LRFds)
hunh?

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (xRu5L)

1311 Antonio Carlos Jobim's - Desafinado


?

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (nqBYe)

1312 " I remember spooling cassette tapes with a pencil, though."
Crap, remember when the damn tape got hopelessly entangled in the player? You'd be listening, suddenly you'd hear it slow down and warp and then you'd have to perform delicate surgery to try to untangle the mess without ripping the tape. From time to time, I'd get so frustrated that I would just rip the damn thing out. I bought Van Morrison's Moondance like 3 times because of that.

Do not miss that.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (BStAJ)

1313 My friends mom who used to pick us up from elementary school had an 8 track player in her car and the only 8 track she ever had in the car was Boston's first album, had that damn album memorized from beginning to end by the time i got to Jr High.

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (HI6wa)

1314 ett. When you said "imperfect as they may be"..were you referring to men's voices..or men.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (XLuH2)

1315 Fee-uk, that girl is deadly.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (OQpzc)

1316 Thanks to Looney Tunes cartoons many American youth were exposed to great classical music. Unfortunately the same youth call the William Tell Oveture the Bugs Bunny song.

Posted by: Sebastian Melmoth at January 18, 2013 09:39 PM (c3tQX)



You could argue the same thing with the Barber of Seville.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:41 PM (+tsoh)

1317 The reason you carried a pencil and matchbook with an 8 track;

The tapes often tightened or jammed at the feeding end of the spool and cause the tape to drag or stop. By slipping a pencil under the tape, you could loosen the tape so it would play at something approximating the correct speed for about 10 minutes.

The matchbook was to slip under the tape to keep it from double tracking. Often took many adjustments to get it right

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:41 PM (wwsoB)

1318 Its all good Sven.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:42 PM (Gyp4x)

1319 Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:38 PM (DmCcV)

Had one I bought for my 1977 Delta 88.

Posted by: Sebastian Melmoth at January 18, 2013 09:42 PM (c3tQX)

1320 Blue Oyster Cult - Pocket

Why yes they do still got it.

Posted by: DaveA at January 18, 2013 09:42 PM (wE+gM)

1321 matchbook, light sticks package under or on the top to make the square tape box be introduced to the thingy bobs inside the other box hanging under the dash , and make sound come out of those things in the dashboard!

ta da

pencil? i dunno.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:42 PM (nqBYe)

1322 When I went to A school at NAS Memphis in the mid 80's if you had a military ID you could drink on it, no matter how old you were. I'm guessing it's not like that any more.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (DmCcV)

1323 Must resist pointing out the obvious upstairs....

http://youtu.be/M2KyYE7Vqco

Nitzer Ebb-TWA

Saw these guys open for Depeche Mode back in '88 or maybe '89?

it all blurs during that time for me a bit....

They kinda got what was coming I think....

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (LRFds)

1324 Crap, remember when the damn tape got hopelessly entangled in the player? You'd be listening, suddenly you'd hear it slow down and warp and then you'd have to perform delicate surgery to try to untangle the mess without ripping the tape. From time to time, I'd get so frustrated that I would just rip the damn thing out. I bought Van Morrison's Moondance like 3 times because of that.

Do not miss that.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:40 PM (BStAJ)


I do, and usually the tape would never be the same because of the crinkles.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (+tsoh)

1325 8-Tracks were in their death throws when I was a kid. But I remember using a pencil to rewind cassette tapes. It's ironic that the cassettes turned out to be even worse quality than 8-Tracks. I last tried to listen to a tape, maybe 10 years ago. All the treble had been completely wiped out, and it was unlistenable. Even the high grade "Metallic" tapes that I recorded didn't last more than a decade.

Posted by: Chris M at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (4lyMJ)

1326 fgs i was still too late answering.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (nqBYe)

1327 Even worse than tapes getting stuck in the deck was how they'd lose quality when you recorded stuff from your friends. If you recorded from the original tape the first copy was ok, but if you recorded from the copy it sounded like shit and just got worse each subsequent copy.

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (HI6wa)

1328 Link Wray "Bullshot", The Kinks "Lola vs Powerman", Van Morrison "Live at the Grand Opera Dublin"

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (yBF/9)

1329 My husband and I had an 8 track in our second car. Loved that thing

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM (M/TDA)

1330 Death - Sound of Perseverance
Omen - The Warning
Holy Terror - Mind Wars
Flotsam and Jetsam - Doomsday for the Deceiver
Kyuss - Blues for the Red Sun
Saint Vitus - Born Too Late
Crimson Glory - Transcendence
Queensryche - The Warning
Dio - Last In Line
Fates Warning - Awaken The Guardian
Saxon - Wheels of Steel


Posted by: Awakener at January 18, 2013 09:44 PM (Lj/de)

1331 I remember listening to the radio for hours for a song that I would record to a blank tape for a mix tape of my own.

The time I spent...

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:44 PM (+tsoh)

1332
Wait...has anyone mentioned the classic London Nights with those two Piers Morgan wannabes in a...ahem....compromising position on the cover???

Posted by: Hill Country Texan at January 18, 2013 09:44 PM (spav1)

1333 Guido, both.

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:44 PM (nqBYe)

1334 new post up, the hamsters pain was noticed, tg-d .

Posted by: ette at January 18, 2013 09:45 PM (nqBYe)

1335 How about reel to reel tape?

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:46 PM (M/TDA)

1336 Tuna, I hope you those stories.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:46 PM (Gyp4x)

1337 Was good music to dance to chemically fortified or not.....

my son liked their bit join in the chant that I used to play when he was maybe 5 in Louisiana.....

Nitzer Ebb Join in the Chant

http://youtu.be/eAS_wmiYTzE

Yeah they're not too purty sounding but it is good PT music....

in boot camp when we'd screw the pooch you could tell the acid heads because they would burn the LSD in their fat near the base of their spine and start tripping....

one guy just collapsed and was staring at tracers in the distance.

Drills were laughing their asses off at him so hard they went around the corner b/c they were afraid to break face.

Ah youth

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:47 PM (LRFds)

1338 1329
My husband and I had an 8 track in our second car. Loved that thing



Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:43 PM

Please tell us you mean the car and not the demonic device that sometimes played music

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:47 PM (wwsoB)

1339 That is all they need in the C7 Corvette, a retro 8-track.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (Gyp4x)

1340 Had one I bought for my 1977 Delta 88.

Posted by: Sebastian Melmoth at January 18, 2013 09:42 PM (c3tQX)

Ex wife had one of those when we were dating...damn that car was huge! Bigger than my Merc even, fire engine red it were, and she was just a tiny little thing. She looked funny as hell driving it. Traded it in for a '79 Fiesta when we got married. Good times, man, good times. (FWIW, that Fiesta went almost 400K before her Ex # 2, stupid bastard, ran it out of oil.)

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (DmCcV)

1341 1331 I lurk,

Yeah remember....I was dying for Samantha Fox's love house b/c I wanted to master Vincent Price's timbre....

I used to be rather good at voice mimicry.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (LRFds)

1342 Pretty Hate Machine - Nine Inch Nails

Posted by: Don't mind me, I'm just lurking at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (xfWVe)

1343 Whipped Cream and Other Delights

Posted by: David at January 18, 2013 09:21 PM (WlkAD)


Whipped Worf and Other Delights:
http://tinyurl.com/cu27mol

Sour Cream and Other Delights:
http://tinyurl.com/agwbkj7

Posted by: The Political Hat \m/ at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (Vk2pI)

1344
When I went to A school at NAS Memphis in the mid 80's if you had a military ID you could drink on it, no matter how old you were. I'm guessing it's not like that any more.
=====================
Yeah this wide eyed country boy went into the Animal House at Norfolk at 17 and drank all I needed to until I almost got knifed.

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 09:48 PM (MPjT8)

1345 The matchbook was to slip under the tape to keep it from double tracking. Often took many adjustments to get it right Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:41 PM (wwsoB)

Hell, forget 8 tracks - when's the last time you saw a matchbook? They used to be everywhere. Restarants had frigging bowls of matchbooks and you could grab 3 or 4 on your way out. Jeez. Now I really feel old.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:49 PM (BStAJ)

1346 Stop Making Sense, Talking Heads. But I don't have it on 8 track. Although I have an 8-track in my 1984 Cobalt.

Posted by: Spincut at January 18, 2013 09:49 PM (xZebr)

1347
Evening horde. Little River Bank-Sleeper Catcher1978 is my vote #1 and Frampton Live #2

Posted by: Daily Dish at January 18, 2013 09:49 PM (+b3dK)

1348 Some recent whole albums I love are:

Peter Furler (former lead singer of Newsboys) "On Fire"
Jamie Grace "One Song At A Time"
Rod Stewart "Merry Christmas, Baby"

Not as recent, but I love Hayley Westenra's "Pure" from '03.

Posted by: Aslan's Girl at January 18, 2013 09:49 PM (KL49F)

1349 Not to mention Willie and Red Headed Stranger

Posted by: Javems at January 18, 2013 09:50 PM (c8xU9)

1350 Remember when you turned on the radio in your car and it took 20 seconds or so for the tubes to warm up so it worked?

Posted by: CB at January 18, 2013 09:50 PM (6h0+l)

1351 Superstar Car Wash - Goo Goo Dolls (before they hit big, and were still more or less a punk band)

Posted by: Memories at January 18, 2013 09:50 PM (tdxWC)

1352 1336
I know I will. I'm getting impatient for the next chapter in Jame's story though. That's the problem with a series. Must wait patiently while author writes. Also waiting anxiously for Patrick Rothfuss' final book in the Kingkiller Triology.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:51 PM (M/TDA)

1353
Not to mention Willie and Red Headed StrangerPosted by: Javems at January 18, 2013 09:50 PM (c8xU9)Thanks.....have it on the MP3..

Posted by: Hill Country Texan at January 18, 2013 09:52 PM (spav1)

1354 1342 Don't mind me,

You ever get his live album with the david bowie covers....

funny stuff...

when Trent would start a song with "Fuck You!" the boy would say "that's just trent saying hi" I told him that when he was barely verbal and he must have held on to that insta response 'til he was 9....

"Hi trent"

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:52 PM (LRFds)

1355 1350
Remember when you turned on the TV and it took what seemed forever to warm up?

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 09:52 PM (M/TDA)

1356 "I remember spooling cassette tapes with a pencil, though."
Crap, remember when the damn tape got hopelessly entangled in the player? You'd be listening, suddenly you'd hear it slow down and warp and then you'd have to perform delicate surgery to try to untangle the mess without ripping the tape. ...
Do not miss that.

Posted by: Donna V. at 09:40

You and I must be contemporaries. Inever owned 8 track but listened to them. Had a pretty decent album collection, but I still have around 300 cassettes in the attic. I have around 2,000 songs MP3, but I still listen to my CD collection most.

Right now I'm listening to a "Radiohead - Best of -Vol. II" that I burnt from The Bends, Amnesiac, Hail to the Thief, Kid A, and OK Computer.

"Black Star", "Electioneering" and "The National Anthem" seem oddly, timely?

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 09:53 PM (mkb9H)

1357 Newsboys "Adoration' and "Devotion" are albums I'd take to a desert island they are that good.

Posted by: Aslan's Girl at January 18, 2013 09:54 PM (KL49F)

1358 Patience Tuna. Patience.
'God Stalk' - 1982
'Dark of the Moon' - 1985
'Seeker's Mask' - 1994
'To Ride a Rathorn' - 2006

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (Gyp4x)

1359 Even a CD player in your car gets you labeled as a luddite.

Now you plug or dock your iPhone to the car stereo or download a playlist directly to the interface on the dash. Hell, with all the menus, maps, applications, etc, what people are buying anymore is an iPhone with 4 wheels.

And that's how they want it

Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (wwsoB)

1360 I remember listening to the radio for hours for a song that I would record to a blank tape for a mix tape of my own. The time I spent... Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:44 PM (+tsoh)

Yeah - but when songs you loved came on the radio - they were really special because you couldn't just download them at any time from the Internet.

I'm sure I can't be the only one who did this: some great song would come on the radio just as you were a block away from home and you'd keep driving around until it was over.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (BStAJ)

1361
The Who: Live at Leeds
Lernere and Loewe: My Fair Lady

Posted by: Eclectic Tastes at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (w7J/R)

1362
Lesseee....
Peter Gabriel (self-titled but the one with Shock the Monkey)
The Yes Album
Cracker - Cracker
R.E.M. - Life's Rich Pageant
The Alarm - Spirit of '76
Alan Parsons- I, Robot
Pink Floyd - Wish you were here
Elvis Costello - My Aim is True however, This Year's Model is really good too.
Little Feat - Feats Don't Fail Me Now
Beatles - Abbey Road
Rush - Moving Pictures
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
Stone Temple Pilots- Purple

Posted by: Cranford at January 18, 2013 09:56 PM (DPx8a)

1363 Remember when you turned on the radio in your car and it took 20 seconds or so for the tubes to warm up so it worked?

Posted by: CB at January 18, 2013 09:50 PM (6h0+l)


?

Had a Tomcat with a vacuum tube radio in it once upon a time.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 09:58 PM (DmCcV)

1364 I'm sure I can't be the only one who did this: some great song would come on the radio just as you were a block away from home and you'd keep driving around until it was over.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (BStAJ)



Sometimes I still do this.

Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:59 PM (+tsoh)

1365 Ministry Filth Pig had this gem....good MOUT Music

http://youtu.be/BPQrzFDlnpg

Ministry Reload

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 09:59 PM (LRFds)

1366 Been mentioned multiple times "Disintegration" by The Cure

And, bear with me on this one: "Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn Jones Ltd" by The Monkees.

Posted by: Coldstream at January 18, 2013 09:59 PM (qrCKL)

1367 How do you save a thread for future reference?

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 10:00 PM (MPjT8)

1368 Bruford - One Of A Kind

Posted by: Parking Lot Bozo at January 18, 2013 10:00 PM (DC1tz)

1369 1358
You forgot
Bound in Blood 2010
Honor's Paradox 2012
At least she's picking up the pace.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:00 PM (M/TDA)

1370 I'm sure I can't be the only one who did this: some great song would come on the radio just as you were a block away from home and you'd keep driving around until it was over.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM (BStAJ)

Donna- I still do that!!

Posted by: Moonbeam at January 18, 2013 10:00 PM (1k4dd)

1371 1366
Loved the Monkees

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:00 PM (M/TDA)

1372 Sometimes I still do this. Posted by: I lurk, therefore I am at January 18, 2013 09:59 PM (+tsoh)

Yeah. Something about hearing a good song when you're driving that makes it better somehow. Especially on the freeway.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 10:01 PM (BStAJ)

1373 1363 GGE,

Heh it is nice both ways...in one your car was cool...in the other you had a retro F-14....

HAHAHA

Snoopy on the tail fin....

Anyone else Remember the VF-84 Jolly Rogers in "From Here to Eternity"?

They looked tough as hell.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:01 PM (LRFds)

1374 Fucking trolls in the new thread.Sigh.

Posted by: steevy at January 18, 2013 10:01 PM (9XBK2)

1375 1374
Reality Check or Wake Up?

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:03 PM (M/TDA)

1376 #1374
There is no escape from The Greatest Whole Album Ever thread.
The rest of the world is filled with President Obama and couch-fuckers.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 10:03 PM (xRu5L)

1377 1367 USS diversity,

I just bookmark 'em in FireFox....


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:03 PM (LRFds)

1378 Tull up to and including Heavy Horses

Posted by: Dick Buttkick51 at January 18, 2013 10:04 PM (fxjo5)

1379 1376 That

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 10:04 PM (VMcEw)

1380 I'm sure I can't be the only one who did this: some great song would
come on the radio just as you were a block away from home and you'd keep
driving around until it was over.



Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 09:55 PM

I still do that, but it's rare that a great song worth driving around the block comes on.

What always seems to happen if a song comes on that you like and you crank it up, it'll be followed immediately by a song you detest or is overplayed, or both.

And it's almost always "Call Me, Maybe"



Posted by: kbdabear at January 18, 2013 10:04 PM (wwsoB)

1381 Eric Leeds ex Prince sax great underrated jazz rare album Now and Again

Posted by: nick at January 18, 2013 10:04 PM (55fWK)

1382 1363 Had a Tomcat with a vacuum tube radio in it once upon a time.

Your Tomcat radio was nicer than my 1962 Ford Falcon, but no one ever tried to shoot my Falcon down

Posted by: CB at January 18, 2013 10:04 PM (6h0+l)

1383 1374 Steevy,

I'm on it!


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:05 PM (LRFds)

1384 1376 CAC,

so Barry and Chris Christy eh?

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:06 PM (LRFds)

1385 #1384
AYEP.

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 10:06 PM (xRu5L)

1386 1372
Thousand Miles From Nowhere and Fast as You by Dwight Yoakam are highway songs for the ages.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:07 PM (M/TDA)

1387 minor threat- S/T

pailhed-'trait'

ratos de perao- 'brasil'

and one of the TOP albums to listen all the way thru....

slayer- 'reign in blood' ....never has a band so DOOMED their other offerings after this modern classic was released.






Posted by: southern by the grace of I-95 at January 18, 2013 10:08 PM (DnIpv)

1388 F bombs away sir.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:08 PM (LRFds)

1389 Man I'd forgotten how good Elton John was in the 70's, from Tumbleweed Connection through Caribou. Some after that were just as good. What a great pop talent.

Posted by: BeckoningChasm at January 18, 2013 10:09 PM (xjpRj)

1390 sorry Ms Puma when I saw it was Harry hymenlipper or whatever I had to salute him.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:09 PM (LRFds)

1391
Sgt Pepper's is acknowledge by many experts to be the best Album of all time!
But for me: Tears for Fears: Sowing the Seeds of Love

Posted by: Dale in Atlanta at January 18, 2013 10:09 PM (yfHYr)

1392 The biggest reason for the gap between Seeker's and Ride is - Pat was teaching then her father died. And she was still an unknown as compared to the likes of Piers Anthony.

'Seeker's Mask' was published in extremely limited numbers by Hypatia Press. 500 total copies - the maroon ones. Then there is the even more limited edition in this ivory marbled scheme to be part of a matched set of her books. All these books are signed by Hodgell and DeCamp.

And when Hypatia finally folded its doors and since Pat was still an unknown writer. She did the right thing to pay the bills. And we all had to wait and re-read what was published until Meisha-Merlin decided to pick her up and publish. But Meisha-Merlin was yet another small house that folded and Baen finally picked Pat up. So now we are finally seeing the whole story arc.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:09 PM (QLuGB)

1393 Cheech and Chong Los Cochinos

http://bit.ly/10oeoUV

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 10:10 PM (VMcEw)

1394 Anyone else Remember the VF-84 Jolly Rogers in "From Here to Eternity"?

They looked tough as hell.


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:01 PM (LRFds)


Felix on the tail, not Snoopy (VF-31), but the vacuum tube radio was in a Strike bird (VX-23 now) at Pax River. VF-84 is now VF-103; 84 was decommed and 103 took their insignia and the bones. Should say it's VFA-103 now, they fly the F/A-18F. VF-41 is history now, though.


That's interesting...EMT's are here...

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:10 PM (DmCcV)

1395 1389 beckoning chasm,

yeah...before the donald duck outfit gave him his life altering brain chemistry

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:10 PM (LRFds)

1396 Posted by: Fan of Big Country

Uhhh the album is The Crossing, which is also my pick. Their final album John Wayne's Dream is incredible too.

Posted by: bebe's boobs destroy at January 18, 2013 10:10 PM (vJ+A4)

1397 The greatest Hole album ever was probably Live Through This, but it's hard to say cause Hole pretty much sucks.

Posted by: mugiwara at January 18, 2013 10:10 PM (hpYnL)

1398 We can post on this thread, but we can never leave. We haven't had that Val-U-Rite vintage since 1969.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:11 PM (QLuGB)

1399 Blues Project: Projections

Posted by: geoffb at January 18, 2013 10:11 PM (d3wbb)

1400 1394 GGE,

ah yeah no I was just ruminating over the Snoopy Tail...

the Blackies are gone, 103 carries on but I dunno I miss the Toms they looked sinister.

Plus the Jaunty aircraft patch Grumman made of the cat standing like a gunslinger at a bar was nice.

Do you think 100 years from now anyone will care who we once were?

Will anyone be nostalgic for us cold war kids?

I know I revered my great grandpas and grandpas.

I tried to know who they were.

What stories or lies will they tell of us?

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (LRFds)

1401 Bravo for the mention of Fisherman's Blues by the Waterboys. I would submit This is the Sea as well.

To whomever suggested Asia kinda sucked: YOU TAKE THAT BACK!

How about Nowhere by Ride? Grace by Jeff Buckley? Edges of Twilight by The Tea Party?

Posted by: Noel Gallagher at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (8Mr2R)

1402 the new bomb turks' - information highway revisited is a good one too.

Posted by: southern by the grace of I-95 at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (DnIpv)

1403 And now the voices are calling from faaaar awaaaayyyy.....

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:14 PM (DmCcV)

1404 1398 Ms puma,

stumbling in the lobby I was falling to the floor the last thing I remember I could hear that ewok snore....

"swear to God officer there've been no hobos here since 1964"

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:14 PM (LRFds)

1405 VF-31 Felix the Cat was the last Tomcat squadron disestablished IIRC.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:14 PM (QLuGB)

1406 VF84 was in Final Countdown and I worked for some of those guys

Posted by: USS Diversity at January 18, 2013 10:15 PM (MPjT8)

1407 Uh oh, what have I spawned now?

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:15 PM (QLuGB)

1408 This whole thread reminds me of the first few lines of Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Fom The Beginning"

Haunting thought.

http://tinyurl.com/7mmeebc

Posted by: ontherocks at January 18, 2013 10:15 PM (aZ6ew)

1409 What stories or lies will they tell of us?


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (LRFds)


Hard telling. I plan on sticking around long enough to hear some of them.

lol...they are playing "Thriller"

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:16 PM (DmCcV)

1410 Late to the game, but here's few I think are worthy of consideration. These are all from the 1960's.

The Byrds - Younger Than Yesterday
The MC5 - Back in the USA
The Kinks - Something Else By the Kinks
The Sonics - Boom
The 13th Floor Elevators - Easter Everywhere
The Sir Douglas Quintet - Mendocino


Posted by: jbarntt at January 18, 2013 10:17 PM (UNFot)

1411 What stories or lies will they tell of us? Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (LRFds)

They'll say "Our ancestors in the early part of the 21st century were the dumbasses and fuckwits who drove our country into bankruptcy and made it a third rate power. Man, they must have put stupidity pills in the water supply back in 2012."

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 10:18 PM (BStAJ)

1412 "This whole thread reminds me of the first few lines of Emerson Lake and Palmer's "Fom The Beginning"

--- first time i ever remember hearing that great song was when it mixed in with a dream i was having. i didnt know who it was at the time and i frantically searched for it . all i gotta say is, thank god for old rocker friends, theyre the awesome-sauce.

everyone at least has one 'old-rocker' buddy. thru all the booze and drugs they did back then, they surely do remember the best music.

Posted by: southern by the grace of I-95 at January 18, 2013 10:18 PM (DnIpv)

1413 Last one

http://bit.ly/10ofqQG

the guess who so long bannatyne

Posted by: sTevo at January 18, 2013 10:18 PM (VMcEw)

1414 Anything by social distortion or zz top

Posted by: Chavez the Hugo at January 18, 2013 10:18 PM (eWIMH)

1415 1392
Read about that when I picked up the first two volumes at Instapundit's recommendation . I'm hooked now.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:19 PM (M/TDA)

1416 VF-31 Felix the Cat was the last Tomcat squadron disestablished IIRC.


Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:14 PM (QLuGB)


Yep, the last to put the old Tomcat away (F-14D's) and go to the Super Hornet. They were my first squadron, flying A's off the old FID-afire (Forrestal).

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:20 PM (DmCcV)

1417 So if we/I am/are permitted "Live" albums - then:

Little Feat - Waiting for Columbus. No brainer. I could listen every day.

Allman Bros. at the Fillmore
Cheap Trick - At Budokan
Frampton Comes Alive. The girls loved it. And why not?
Ted - Double Live GONZO. Great White Buffalo!
James Brown at the Apollo.
Dead - Europe '72, or Cornell (that's my going to the ski hill thang!)
SRV - at Carnegie Hall
Laurie Anderson - US (druggy music from my 1st shared house)
Clash - From Here to Eternity
MC5 - Kick Out the Jams
Who - Leeds
Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
Kiss - (almost) Alive.
Johnny Cash - Fulsom Prison
Aerosmith - Bootleg
Thin Lizzy - Live & Dangerous

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:20 PM (mkb9H)

1418 444 392 Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull. Only one song, but that's all you need.

Which song? The title song?
'cause "Locomotive Breath" is pretty damn good.

There is only one song on TAAB and its 44 min. long. It's the whole album which makes it the best whole album. Only silly better than Tull's A Passion Play which is one song that's 45 min. long

Posted by: Oldbuffalo at January 18, 2013 10:20 PM (WV0NL)

1419 Donna V. From the book 'Lucifer's Hammer'

Rick Delanty, "We controlled the lightning!"

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:21 PM (QLuGB)

1420 Man, they must have put stupidity pills in the water supply back in 2012 2008."

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 10:18 PM (BStAJ)



FIFY

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:22 PM (DmCcV)

1421 Almost forgot Primus - Sailing the Seas of Cheese.

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 10:22 PM (HI6wa)

1422 The Cars - The Cars
Joe Jackson - Look Sharp
Elvis Costello - Armed Forces
The Beatles - Abbey Road
Steely Dan - Aja

Posted by: patrickflynnart at January 18, 2013 10:23 PM (487GH)

1423 1410
Ah. The Byrds.

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:24 PM (M/TDA)

1424 Gorillaz- Demon Days

Posted by: CAC at January 18, 2013 10:25 PM (xRu5L)

1425 1406 USS Diversity I recall you saying that before that must have been cool.


Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:26 PM (LRFds)

1426 Hey Cool Czech. I don't know if I've told you lately, but I do loves me some you.

And it's much more fun, on Friday night, "playing music" than "playing politics".

I dig this joint.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:26 PM (mkb9H)

1427 Forestal, aka Forest Fire.

GGE, books for you to consider on the F-14 -

'Fighter Country - The F-14 Tomcats of NAS Oceana' by Dave Parsons and Derek Nelson

'Anytime, Baby! : Hail and Farewell to the US Navy F-14 Tomcat' by Erik Hildebrandt.

'Grumman F-14 Tomcat : Bye-Bye, Baby...!' By Dave Parsons, George Hall, and Bob Lawson.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:26 PM (QLuGB)

1428 most music from back when had a triumphant/victory 'feel' to it's sound. even the blues music would leave off with a grander beat then when it began.

today's music, well...music from the 90's on became more of a down-tempo, borderline depressing scene. as much as pearl jam hit the top ten in rock, their music was a whine-fest of epic proportions. i'll take the classic hippie tunes over that crap any day.

Posted by: southern by the grace of I-95 at January 18, 2013 10:27 PM (DnIpv)

1429 INXS- Kick. Played that tape untill it snapped.

Posted by: Hillary's Left Testicle at January 18, 2013 10:27 PM (WJzBQ)

1430 Garbage - Garbage.

Posted by: Ostral B Heretic at January 18, 2013 10:27 PM (79AXR)

1431 1411 Donna V,

probably...

"they caused wars for no reason and were hateful people who had to be conquered by a mysterious great man whose college records are sealed to this day..."



Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:28 PM (LRFds)

1432 1427 Ms Puma,

Another marker of a bygone era when the Navy was prepared to intercept a first tier enemy air force.

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:28 PM (LRFds)

1433 1401
Bravo for the mention of Fisherman's Blues by the Waterboys. I would submit This is the Sea as well.



To whomever suggested Asia kinda sucked: YOU TAKE THAT BACK!



How about Nowhere by Ride? Grace by Jeff Buckley? Edges of Twilight by The Tea Party?

Posted by: Noel Gallagher at January 18, 2013 10:13 PM (8Mr2R)
You're still a wanker.

Posted by: Liam at January 18, 2013 10:28 PM (RcG3a)

1434 1407 Ms puma,

I was aiding your waking up in the holding cell of the hotel AOSHQ

sorry

mental image of ace talking to a cop denying hobo presence was funny to me

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:30 PM (LRFds)

1435 Thanks Anna, I'll have to look for them.

Posted by: GGE of the Moron Horde, NC Chapter at January 18, 2013 10:30 PM (DmCcV)

1436 Days of Future Past by The Moody Blues

Posted by: Tuna at January 18, 2013 10:30 PM (M/TDA)

1437 The 13th Floor Elevators - Easter Everywhere

Posted by: jbarntt at 10:17 PM

I completely forgot the "avant-garde" of the 13th Fl. Elevators. . Also TVontheRadio. Cookie Mountain was pretty unique.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:33 PM (mkb9H)

1438 well I am going to go back to bed....

if I survive the phlegm apocalypse I shall see you soon and if not serve hay for my friends and beer for my horses!

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:34 PM (LRFds)

1439 @1256
I've gotta second Bat Out of Hell.
As much as I love some of the other albums mentioned... Meat Loaf was awesome.
I mean, who here can't relate to "Paradise By the Dashboard Light"?

Posted by: malclave at January 18, 2013 10:38 PM (OCRaO)

1440 Well... off to the ONT

Posted by: The Political Hat at January 18, 2013 10:41 PM (Vk2pI)

1441 I've gotta second Bat Out of Hell.
As much as I love some of the other albums mentioned... Meat Loaf was awesome.
I mean, who here can't relate to "Paradise By the Dashboard Light"?

Posted by: malclave at 10:38

Agreed. Completely. And, I think "Meat" is a relative-Conservative.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:42 PM (mkb9H)

1442 +1 on

Waterboy's "Fisherman's Blues" and "This the Sea"


Posted by: naturalfake at January 18, 2013 10:42 PM (G9qZk)

1443 sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:28 PM (LRFds)

I guess I'm more of an optimist than you when it comes to history's judgment. After all, we're against socialism because it always fails. When it does once again, I doubt that future generations, who will pay the price for the idiocy of today's voters, will look on Obama with reverence and respect.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 10:43 PM (BStAJ)

1444 Night folks. my ass is kicked. I got nothin else. Its been a groovy thread. Ette dear u are precious and tea tomorrow.
Manama.

Posted by: Guido at January 18, 2013 10:43 PM (XLuH2)

1445 We can post on this thread, but we can never leave. We haven't had that Val-U-Rite vintage since 1969.

Posted by: Anna Puma (+SmuD) at January 18, 2013 10:11 PM


We stabbed it with our steely knives, but, we just can't kill the beast...

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 10:45 PM (yBF/9)

1446 How about Nowhere by Ride? Grace by Jeff Buckley? Edges of Twilight by The Tea Party?

Posted by: Noel Gallagher at 10:13 PM
You're still a wanker.
Posted by: Liam at 10:28

Great sock.

I'm still listening to the Radiohead, and it's on Karma Police. "That's what you get when you mess with us...I lost myself."

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:45 PM (mkb9H)

1447 1443 Donna V,

I guess I just wonder who we're gonna look to in that year to inspire us to want more?

Part of why socialism and the tyranny it needs often fail is there is a western civ holding up a light.

How long do you think EUtopia holds on when we fall?

Posted by: sven10077 at January 18, 2013 10:46 PM (LRFds)

1448 Agreed. Completely. And, I think "Meat" is a relative-Conservative.

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 10:42 PM

I don't particularly like the LP, it's ok. But, "You took the words" is one of the greatest 70's singles. It's fantastic.

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 10:48 PM (yBF/9)

1449 "I guess I just wonder who we're gonna look to in that year to inspire us to want more?"

Maybe we'll think to look back to US - to our Constitution, to how we lived and behaved when we were the greatest and freest nation on earth. Maybe Americans will rediscover America - and remember what a good thing they had going here.

I can't foretell the future, sven. That's only what I hope.

Posted by: Donna V. at January 18, 2013 10:52 PM (BStAJ)

1450
Candlebox- self titled
Dire Straits- self titled and of course Making Movies
AC/DC- Back in Black and Highway to Hell
Dio- Holy Diver (Rainbow in the Dark and the title track get all the hype but every song on this cd rocks...Invisible is a must listen to by Dio...amazing)
Iron Maiden- The Number of the Beast (HallowedBe Thy Name...is the standout in my opinion...)
Rod Stewart- Every Picture Tells a Story
Rolling Stones- Some Girls ..... I like Tattoo You as well, but it has a couple stinkers on there so can't list it ( Neighbors and Black Limousine aren't too good in my opinion)
The Beatles- Abbey Road
Depeche Mode- Violator
David Bowie- Ziggy Stardust
The Star Wars soundtrack..... on Album..... repeat ad nausia until your Dad comes into the room and shuts off the turn table....

...Yep.... pretty much all over the board on different kinds of music. It's a great time to be alive!

...and f*ck Bruce "Born in the USA"Springsteen with a sharp red hot poker.... *f*cking asshole c*cksucking Marxist*

Posted by: Some Guy in Wisconsin at January 18, 2013 10:57 PM (LMtDw)

1451 CSNY--Deja Vu.

most defintely

Posted by: Chi-Town Jerry at January 18, 2013 11:01 PM (UTq/I)

1452 I can't believe Clapton's Layla album only received two mentions.

Posted by: B Suess at January 18, 2013 11:02 PM (dhG6Q)

1453 Maybe we'll think to look back to US - to our Constitution, to how we lived and behaved when we were the greatest and freest nation on earth. Maybe Americans will rediscover America - and remember what a good thing they had going here.

I can't foretell the future... That's only what I hope.{/i}
Posted by: Donna V. at 10:52 PM

THIS. Great thread. I'm leaving at 1,450 something. It's been a lot off fun. I'm sure that AB, G_d rest his soul, would be delighted!

Off to the OnT...

Posted by: Capt. Backfire at January 18, 2013 11:03 PM (mkb9H)

1454 A little late to the party here, but anyone who does not have "Brian Jonestown Massacre - Take It To The Man" on their list is a troglodyte. That's not an opinion, it's a fact.

Posted by: Killface at January 18, 2013 11:04 PM (dr0xf)

1455 Aqualung and Thick as a brick weren't too shabby

Posted by: owlpellets at January 18, 2013 11:06 PM (dmEoV)

1456 *take it FROM the man

Posted by: Killface at January 18, 2013 11:06 PM (dr0xf)

1457 One of these:

Ozzy - Blizzard of Ozz
Van Halen - 1984
Led Zeppelin - IV
Rush - Moving Pictures
Lynyrd Skynyrd- pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Eagles- Hotel California
Eric Johnson - Ah via musicom

Posted by: Scott at January 18, 2013 11:11 PM (HbBDz)

1458 We stabbed it with our steely knives, but, we just can't kill the beast...

Fun bit of trivia, the steely in steely knives is a reference to Steely Dan who had referenced the Eagles in one of their songs a couple of years before, can't remember which one though.

Posted by: booger at January 18, 2013 11:12 PM (HI6wa)

1459 A little late to the party here, but anyone who does not have "Brian Jonestown Massacre - Take It To The Man" on their list is a troglodyte. That's not an opinion, it's a fact.

Posted by: Killface at January 18, 2013 11:04 PM


Saw them about 10 years ago. Good band.

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:13 PM (yBF/9)

1460 I'm not reading all the 1453+ comments. But who listens to an entire album anymore? The Rolling Stones perfected the art of twodecent songs per album, while killing rock.

Posted by: Frankly at January 18, 2013 11:14 PM (lpOTF)

1461 The proper question is what is the best whole album other than London Calling. That is clearly the best in the genre.

Posted by: Mike Flynn at January 18, 2013 11:18 PM (A1R+M)

1462
Highway 61 Revisited - Bob
or
Odelay - Beck
or
Pauls' Boutique - Beastie Boys
but if I gots to pick only one then Hwy.61 definately.

Posted by: CleophusJ at January 18, 2013 11:19 PM (sPfb4)

1463 I'm disappointed that not one of you morons included Television's Marquee Moon. Some pretty good choices otherwise, except for Dark Side of the Moon which sucks major cock.

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:26 PM (nRFdd)

1464 KISS Alive!
The Who-Who's Next
Black Sabbath-Heaven and Hell
Pink Floyd-Wish You Were Here
Led Zeppelin-Presence
Aerosmith-Rocks
Therion-Vovin
Rainbow-Long Live Rock and Roll
Blue Oyster Cult-Secret Treaties
Deep Purple-Made in Europe

Posted by: Sidney Allen Johnson at January 18, 2013 11:26 PM (86/t4)

1465 Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts' Club Band,

or

Close to the Edge - Yes

Posted by: Malcolm Pollack at January 18, 2013 11:27 PM (cYBXj)

1466 I'm disappointed that not one of you morons included Television's Marquee Moon. Some pretty good choices otherwise, except for Dark Side of the Moon which sucks major cock.

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:26 PM

Marquee Moon is a good choice. Maybe Flamin Groovies "Teenage Head", as well.

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:30 PM (yBF/9)

1467 Capt Beefheart Safe as Milk

Posted by: Clemenza at January 18, 2013 08:11 PM (x59Gv)


Inspired choice right there.


The choices are only rock, correct? I was impressed to see a couple Giant Steps by Coltrane included, even if one of them was by Jordan.

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:31 PM (nRFdd)

1468 I studied on this in early 2011. Of the albums that I own, these are the perfect ones. Defined as perfect from beginning to end:

Alison Krauss Forget About It (1999)
Art Pepper Winter Moon (1981)
The Beach Boys Pet Sounds (1966)
The Beatles A Hard Day's Night (1964)
Blood, Sweat & Tears Child Is Father To The Man (196
Bob Dylan Blood On The Tracks (1975)
Bob Dylan Highway 61 Revisited (1965)
Bonnie Raitt Give It Up (1972)
Bruce Springsteen Born To Run (1975)
The Byrds Mr. Tambourine Man (1965)
Carole King Tapestry (1971)
Charlie Haden / Hank Jones Steal Away (1995)
The Cryan Shames A Scratch In The Sky (196
Derek & The Dominos Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs (1970)
Dexter Gordon Go (1962)
Dusty Springfield Dusty in Memphis (1969)
Emmylou Harris Wrecking Ball (1995)
Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim Francis Albert Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim (1966)
Gram Parsons GP (1973)
Gram Parson Grievous Angel (1974)
Guy Clark Dublin Blues (1995)
Guy Clark Old No. 1 (1975)
Jackson Browne For Everyman (1973)
Jackson Browne Late For The Sky (1974)
Jennifer Warnes Famous Blue Raincoat (1987)
John Coltrane My Favorite Things (1961)
John Hiatt Bring The Family (1987)
John Prine Diamonds In The Rough (1972)
John Prine John Prine (1971)
Joni Mitchell Blue (1971)
Joni Mitchell For The Roses (1972)
King Crimson In The Court Of The Crimson King (1969)
Laura Nyro New York Tendaberry (1969)
Marvin Gaye What's Going On (1971)
Miles Davis Kind Of Blue (1959)
Neil Young After The Goldrush (1970)
Neil Young Tonight's The Night (1975)
Neil Young & Crazy Horse Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969)
Richard & Linda Thompson Shoot Out the Lights (1982)
Rickie Lee Jones Pirates (1981)
Rod Stewart Every Picture Tells A Story (1971)
The Rolling Stones Sticky Fingers (1971)
Ry Cooder Paradise and Lunch (1974)
Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)
Tom Waits Small Change (1976)
Van Morrison Into The Music (1979)
Van Morrison Saint Dominic's Preview (1972)
The Who Tommy (1969)
Willie Nelson Red Headed Stranger (1975)

Posted by: TonyG at January 18, 2013 11:31 PM (A1zBi)

1469 The Waterboys - Fishermans Blues.

And... Last?

Posted by: massideas at January 18, 2013 11:34 PM (v32fM)

1470 Maybe Flamin Groovies "Teenage Head", as well.



Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:30 PM (yBF/9)


Shit, we were just talking about that gem the other day at Just One Minute.

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:36 PM (nRFdd)

1471 asks for a C6 body?

AP here's a blurb from Fox re: c7 aero package.

Doesn't explain the Camaro copy

Posted by: DaveA at January 18, 2013 11:38 PM (wE+gM)

1472 Maybe Flamin Groovies "Teenage Head", as well. Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:30 PM (yBF/9)
Shit, we were just talking about that gem the other day at Just One Minute.

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:36 PM

It kicks serious ass. Brilliant from start to finish. This isn't on the vinyl version, but, shit. Is there a better version of "Louie Louie"? Fuck, no.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifoPtq0x_A4

Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:43 PM (yBF/9)

1473 Dark Side Of The Moon - original master recording
Minstrel In The Gallery - Tull
Stand Up - Tull
A Hard Days' Night - Beatles
Blow By Blow - Jeff Beck
Avalon - Roxy Music

Posted by: Corona at January 18, 2013 11:47 PM (fh2Y7)

1474 This isn't on the vinyl version, but, shit. Is there a better version of "Louie Louie"? Fuck, no.



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifoPtq0x_A4



Posted by: otho at January 18, 2013 11:43 PM (yBF/9)


Goddamn that's nice; there's so much good shit on YouTube. Any Roy Wood fans here?

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 18, 2013 11:51 PM (nRFdd)

1475 Speaking of Brian Eno and David Byrne, My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts.

Posted by: Corona at January 18, 2013 11:52 PM (fh2Y7)

1476 I vote for Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon.

Other favorites:

Son Volt - Trace
Sigur Ros - Takk...
Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Afghan Whigs - Gentelmen
The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
Alice in Chains - Dirt

Posted by: UncleWayne at January 18, 2013 11:58 PM (y9MdB)

1477 Roy Wood. Definitely.

Posted by: otho at January 19, 2013 12:20 AM (yBF/9)

1478 Guess I missed this thread. Almost 1500 posts?? Holy shit. Damned auto auction took all my evening.
My nominations...Ten Years After: A Space in Time and A Question of Balance by The Moody Blues. Also very fond of Machine Head by Deep Purple.
For 'modern' jazz I'd have to go with Back on the Case by Acoustic Alchemy--not a bad tune on the whole album (but there may have been some of those killer mushrooms involved when I first heard it which might have swayed my fondness for it--or not).
My contribution to a long dead thread!

Posted by: JMKN1 at January 19, 2013 12:22 AM (JMKN1)

1479 Moby Grape? That would be Omaha

Moondance for the perfect album. Desire by Dylan because I love the violin. I saw Elvis Costello live on the Armed Forces tour--best light show ever. (Also saw the Ramones play a Portland club around the same time)

My Neil Young recommendation is "Tonight's the Night" as It kept me sane after my husband died. And for tea, lapsang souchong.

Posted by: Notsothoreau at January 19, 2013 12:30 AM (Lqy/e)

1480 So much sadness on the ONT. Just remembered a near "Trifecta" of albums running from late 80s to '91 by The Smithereens- Especially for You, Green Thoughts, and Eleven. Pat Dinizio sang a nice duet with Belinda Carlisle (the GoGos).

Posted by: Jason Newton at January 19, 2013 12:49 AM (z6KMg)

1481 Let's just jump off the wall, shall we?

Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom
The Cramps - Songs the Lord Taught Us
The Stooges - Raw Power
The Sonics - Here Are the Sonics!
Velvet Underground - White Light/White Heat
Wire - Chairs Missing
Black Flag - Damaged
The Misfits - Static Age
Miles Davis - In A Silent Way
Beastie Boys - Ill Communication
Brian Jonestown Massacre - My Bloody Underground
De La Soul - De La Soul is Dead
Motorhead - Motorizer
Supersuckers - Must Have Been High
The Reverend Horton Heat - Full Custom Gospel Sounds
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation

Posted by: That'sRACIST at January 19, 2013 01:05 AM (G5QTV)

1482 Paul Weller - Wildwood
Lloyd Cole - x album, Bad Vibes
Richard Buckner - Since
Screaming Blue Messiahs - Bikini Red
Lyle Lovett - The Road to Ensanada
Dwight Yoakam - This Time
Journey - Captured
Matthew Sweet - Girlfriend
Grant Lee Buffalo - Mighty Joe Moon
Oasis - Def Maybe
Talk Talk - The Color of Spring
James - Laid
Hoodoo Gurus - Kinky
INXS - The Swing, Shaboo Shabah
Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me
Freedy Johnston - This Perfect World

Among others...

Posted by: Okie in OR at January 19, 2013 01:16 AM (4voC4)

1483 Hoodoo Gurus - Kinky

Posted by: Okie in OR at January 19, 2013 01:16 AM


Ha. Interesting choice...

Posted by: otho at January 19, 2013 01:23 AM (yBF/9)

1484 A person steps out for the evening and almost missses this huge thread. Anyway, here goes:

Billy Squier - Don't say no

Black - Wonderful life

Alannah Myles - Alannah Myles

Dwight Yoakam - A long way home

Posted by: Decaf at January 19, 2013 01:25 AM (Kn6sf)

1485 Gosh, forgot....
Delbert McClinton - Live in Austin

Posted by: Okie in Oregon at January 19, 2013 01:29 AM (4voC4)

1486 Stone Roses debut album

Posted by: JimWilke at January 19, 2013 01:35 AM (l+kUr)

1487 Can't believe you guys did this thread today, when I was in the studio for 14 freakin' hours. Heartened to see some of my faves upthread:

Pink Floyd - Animals (superior to Dark Side & The Wall IMO, though as someone said above, "Comfortably Numb" is truly one of the best rock songs ever written)
Metallica - Master Of Puppets
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Rage Against The Machine - Evil Empire
Soundgarden - Superunknown

and honorable mention for the extreme metalheads:

Strapping Young Lad - Alien

Posted by: A Liberal AoSHQ Reader, Really! at January 19, 2013 02:23 AM (ZiYQG)

1488 Beautiful Midnight - Matthew Good
Mexican Moon - Concrete Blonde
Ritual de lo Habitual - Jane's Addiction
Little Earthquakes - Tori Amos
Harvest Moon - Neil Young
White Pony - Deftones
No Cities Left - The Dears
Operation Mindcrime - Queensryche
Somewhere in Time - Iron Maiden

Posted by: Free2Smooze at January 19, 2013 02:25 AM (LyrWf)

1489 And, can't believe I forgot this one:

The Beatles - Abbey Road

Posted by: A Liberal AoSHQ Reader, Really! at January 19, 2013 02:25 AM (ZiYQG)

1490
Kind of Blue, Miles Davis.
And it's not even close.

Posted by: sanity at January 19, 2013 02:30 AM (RVjIg)

1491
Iron Maiden Live After Death
Rush 2112
The Jungle Book

Posted by: wine&weed at January 19, 2013 02:48 AM (nOGn+)

1492
Boston Boston.
every song was great. Every damn one.
It was down hill from there.....

Posted by: Gerry Owen at January 19, 2013 02:49 AM (4ABat)

1493 Lots of Old school rock and Metal has been mentioned and I approve.

As for more recent suggestion I'd recommend Halestorm.

The lead singer (Lzzy Hale), if it were biologically possible, is the offspring of Pat Bennetar and Joan Jett. She rocks, she can play, she's beautiful and she rocks. Love the whole album of that band. Crank it up to "11".



Posted by: Daniel at January 19, 2013 03:13 AM (lx63h)

1494
Okay, given: Who's Next Quadrophenia
U2 - Boy, October, War, Unforgetable Fire; Bruce Springsteen (I know, I know) - Born to Run; Rush - 2112, moving pictures, permanent waves; Raidohead - OK Computer, In Rainbows; Derek and the Dominos; REM - Automatic for the people, Murmur; Led Zeppelin - first five albums; Elvis Costello - My Aim is True, Radio Radio; Death Cab for Cutie - Plans; Midnight Oil - Diesel and Dust; The Jam - First five albums - especially Setting Sons; Cheap Trick - Self-Titled, In Color, Live at Boudukan; Jethro Tull - Aqualung; Pink Floyd - Dark side of the Moon, Wish you were here; Almann Brothers - Live at the Filmore; The Clash - first three albums; Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road; Fleetwood Mac - Self-titled, Rumours; Nirvana - Nevermind; Pearl Jam - Ten; Dire Straits - First three albums; Tom Petty and the heartbreakers - first album. Ramones - Ramones, Rocket to Russia, Road to Ruin; Sex Pistols - Never mind the Bullocks...; THe Cars; Devo - Are we not men? B-52's - self-titled, wild planet; The cranberries - no need to argue; Smashing Pumpkins - siamese dream; soundgarden - superunknown; Regina Spektor - far; Sleater Kinney - the Hot Rocks; shins - chutes too narrow, Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes; David Bowie - Changes One; Peter Frampton - Frampton Comes Alive

Posted by: SteveOReno at January 19, 2013 04:14 AM (Vi4sm)

1495 This seems like a ploy to determine everyone here's age and social standing in high school more than anything else.

Posted by: Zippity Doo Dah at January 19, 2013 06:13 AM (E55AK)

1496 Jane's Addiction--Nothing's Shocking. For the music (esp. "Standing in the Shower Thinking") and for teh cover boobez but mostly boobezes, mmkay?

Posted by: bigfakehand at January 19, 2013 06:51 AM (rCmkZ)

1497 Nothing else even comes close to
Genesis - The Lamb lies down on Broadway

Posted by: Jack Rackim at January 19, 2013 07:22 AM (WIWI7)

1498 Tower of Power--Live and in Living Color

Posted by: Scanner Dan at January 19, 2013 07:27 AM (h5CN9)

1499 I prefer Wish You Were Here over Dark Side of the Moon.

Posted by: sTevo at January 19, 2013 07:45 AM (VMcEw)

1500 Candy-O

Posted by: ceraphym at January 19, 2013 07:45 AM (laC4g)

1501 http://bit.ly/Wr1r6W

Branford Marsalis the nearness of you

I misses this one last night.

Posted by: sTevo at January 19, 2013 07:53 AM (VMcEw)

1502 Sneeked one in on me

Posted by: Vic at January 19, 2013 07:55 AM (53z96)

1503 Since you fuckers have snuck some jazz in, why not take it to the max:


Machine Gun - Peter Brotzmann

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 19, 2013 08:01 AM (rXEoZ)

1504 Meat Puppets - II

Posted by: Barack Obama at January 19, 2013 08:13 AM (XvrTA)

1505 A great thread would be the best bands no one has heard of. Chance to find new awesome.

Posted by: Invictus at January 18, 2013 07:27 PM (OQpzc)


Tiny Days - Scruffy the CatThe Drongos (only a couple releases in the 80s)

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 19, 2013 08:13 AM (rXEoZ)

1506 Fucking formatting


Tiny Days - Scruffy the Cat


The Drongos

Posted by: Captain Hate at January 19, 2013 08:14 AM (rXEoZ)

1507 Clash - London Calling. Hands down best album ever.

Posted by: Frank Petrarch at January 19, 2013 08:57 AM (a9UGl)

1508 Sinatra ~Only the Lonely

Posted by: SurferDoc at January 19, 2013 09:15 AM (6H6FZ)

1509 David Bowie - pick one:
Hunky Dory,
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars,
Aladdin Sane.

Mott the Hoople: Mott

Creedence Clearwater revival:
Cosmos Factory,
Green River,
Willie and the Poorboys

Posted by: flashbazzbo, s.e. at January 19, 2013 09:38 AM (i0rVe)

1510 RUSH- "Signals"

Posted by: Darth Randall at January 19, 2013 09:48 AM (mV8sg)

1511 Appetite for Destruction by GR. Stuff like "Night Train" that didn't get all the AOR play back then showed them at their best. I swear, I can listen to the whole thing w/o skipping around and when the last power chord comes down on "Rocket Queen" it's like I just had sex or something. The whole album grabs ya and doesn't let go.

Posted by: Timothy Fountain at January 19, 2013 10:03 AM (yhA5y)

1512 X- Under the Big Black Sun

Posted by: Braineaterbob at January 19, 2013 10:09 AM (qDbun)

1513
Duke, Genesis

Posted by: Deb at January 19, 2013 10:15 AM (eaUNb)

1514 Can't disagree w/ Pink Floyd: Dark Side of the Moon, or Who's Next.

Rush: Moving Pictures. 2112 is amazing as well, and all the 'classic' era albums are quality. But Moving Pictures has their best known song (Tom Sawyer), their best AOR friendly song (Red Barchetta), and what was, until their most recent album, their last truly prog-rock epic experimentation in "The Camera Eye."

Iron Maiden: "The Number of the Beast." Though "Seventh Son of a Seventh Son" is close behind, IMHO, even though it's outside the 'unholy trilogy' of epic Maiden Albums. Still Number is Maiden at the peak of their powers, prog-black-metal with galloping guitars, pulsating drums, and perhaps the most gifted (yet untrained!) singer in Metal.

AC/DC: Back in Black. The ultimate make-or-break album.It only misses these lists because you hear EVERY song from it on the radio. But that you do, means what?

Soundgarden: "Superunknown." 10 from Pearl Jam and Nirvana's Nevermind may get more love. But for pure songcraft, none of the Seattle bands could touch Soundgarden. Double album and every song on it their own signature style. Black Sabbath crawl combined with psychedelic twists and Cornell's wail cutting through it all.

Posted by: Shawn at January 19, 2013 10:51 AM (/lltO)

1515 Heh. I'd have to add two more

Metallica: Master of Puppets. Back when thrash was prog-metal turned to 11, you could actually find songcraft in the riffs. Every song on this album is amazing, and Cliff Burton is still the only Metallica bassist who didn't suck.

U2: Achtung Baby. Joshua Tree is amazing as well (I was a fan back to the Under a Blood Red Sky EP, actually, and saw them in Denver once. BEST SHOW EVER). But it actually has a couple of tracks I would 'almost' call filler. Every song on Achtung Baby screams "We've reinvented ourselves, and you didn't think we could." Mocking their own presumed presumptuousness, and the consumer society in general while never sounding trite.

Posted by: Shawn at January 19, 2013 10:59 AM (/lltO)

1516 Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - not a bad song on it.

Posted by: Bruce at January 19, 2013 11:14 AM (gzKJ+)

1517 Roxy Music: Stranded
GnR: Use Your Illusion I


Posted by: Buck Bradley at January 19, 2013 11:36 AM (PDRXW)

1518 Dark side of the moon is a great album but neither it nor anything by Radiohead belong in this list any more than a Glen Miller album would IMHO

Posted by: Buck Bradley at January 19, 2013 11:38 AM (PDRXW)

1519 Wincing the Night Away by the Shins.

Posted by: doug at January 19, 2013 11:44 AM (LaO8i)

1520 Liebe Mutter - Heinohttp://www.coverbrowser.com/covers/worst-album-covers

Posted by: FURPC at January 19, 2013 11:45 AM (0ImZM)

1521
Bob Dylan: Blood on the Tracks.
Rolling Stones: Sticky Fingers.

Posted by: furious_a at January 19, 2013 12:00 PM (8lw4l)

1522 1495 This seems like a ploy to determine everyone here's age and social standing


Glad Im not the only suspicious one. Now google will probably try to sell me something

Posted by: Dave at January 19, 2013 12:27 PM (v2Cb9)

1523 Klaatu - Hope
Marillion - Brave

If you have not heard these, I suggest you do so.

Posted by: Vashta Nerada at January 19, 2013 12:34 PM (/i3Yt)

1524 Bach - Brandenburg Concertos (if I had to pick only one, this is it)
Vivaldi - Four Seasons
Gilles - Requiem
Palestrina - Missa Papae Marcelli
Handel - Water Music
Corelli - Christmas Concerto
Pachelbel - Pachelbel's Greatest Hit (Canon in D)

More recent:
10,000 Maniacs - Wishing Chair
Rush - 2112
Emerson, Lake Palmer - Works vol I II
Kansas - Song for America
Jethro Tull - Songs from the Wood
Yes - Fragile
Pink FLoyd - Dark Side of the Moon
Renaissance - Ashes are Burning

Posted by: Semprini at January 19, 2013 12:43 PM (1ArxM)

1525 Late to the game, but one I haven't seen is Dirt - Alice in Chains. Love that whole thing.

Posted by: Sarah at January 19, 2013 12:48 PM (O/BiR)

1526 A buncha great ones mentioned, but I'm on-board with Meatloaf's 'Bat Out of Hell'. IMHO, no rock collection can be called complete - or even adequate - without this monsta.

Posted by: Bluesman at January 19, 2013 12:50 PM (9wOfB)

1527 If we're including Live Albums, then I say: "Live After Death" by Iron Maiden.

But really, live albums are a cheat, because the best ones are Greatest Hits albums in (poor) disguise.

Positively criminal U2 hasn't done a 'proper' live album. (I'm not counting Rattle Hum, which was a lot of novelties.) Their concert vids are amazing. But their album collection is not complete without a double-disc treatment of their carrier in concert, where they're really so much better than in the studio anyway.

Posted by: Shawn at January 19, 2013 01:54 PM (/lltO)

1528 Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

Nine Inch Nails - Downward Spiral

Huey Lewis and the News - Fore

Posted by: Alec J at January 19, 2013 02:26 PM (UMhhr)

1529 Gerry Rafferty -- City to City
Tom Petty -- Damn the Torpedos

Posted by: Rhymes With Right at January 19, 2013 02:46 PM (/Eh5+)

1530 Lynyrd Skynyrd

Pronounced 'L?h-'nérd 'Skin-'nérd)

From '73?

Posted by: poljunkie at January 19, 2013 02:50 PM (XuiJf)

1531 Realize the thread is finished but here goes anyway:

#1 Studio - Aerosmith: Rocks. Released in 1976 when Aerosmith were still, you know, a hard rock band, it's perfect from start to finish. And unlike their pussified post-comeback stuff, the lone ballad "Home Tonight" flat kicks ass.

#1 live album - Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive. Also released in 1976, also perfect from start to finish. IMO, still holds up after all these years.

-C

Posted by: cnation at January 19, 2013 03:50 PM (VV+og)

1532 The 2nd comment got it right:

2

Without a doubt, the greatest whole album ever was "Who's Next". Every single song on that album is a classic.

Posted by: Steven Den Beste at January 18, 2013 06:21 PM (+rSRq)

Without a doubt.

Posted by: George LeS at January 19, 2013 03:52 PM (C4s3i)

1533 Grace - Jeff Buckley.

Posted by: Black Ball at January 19, 2013 07:16 PM (gqSJE)

1534 Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon

Honorable Mentions:
Boston, Boston
Rush, 2112
Eagles, Hotel California
AC/DC, Back in Black
Led Zepplin, IV

Posted by: Frank at January 19, 2013 08:13 PM (lumqt)

1535 1) Dark Side of the Moon
2) Joshua Tree
3) Achtung Baby (yea, I'm a big U2 fan; sue me)
4) Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
6) Billy Joel, The Stranger

If greatest hits were allowed, then Journey's would be up there at the top.

Posted by: Outspoken Red at January 19, 2013 09:13 PM (lzwBD)

1536 Goo goo dolls - A boy named goo

I always listened to the whole thing, which for me is very rare.

Posted by: cranky-d at January 19, 2013 10:12 PM (KYUjK)

1537 GGE @ 1394-
I was in VF84 in the 60's. We had F4J's and that was one sexy airplane.

Posted by: EROWMER at January 19, 2013 10:36 PM (kxlCQ)

1538 Squirrel Bait - Squirrel Bait


That is all.

Posted by: Cowboy Wally at January 19, 2013 11:03 PM (ldChS)

1539 Okay, more than 24 hours later and no Hootie and the Blowfish. So, guess I never missed much there. Never got into "Get the Knack" either.

Posted by: Jason Newton at January 19, 2013 11:38 PM (z6KMg)

1540 Led Zeppelin IV

Posted by: Reggie1971 at January 20, 2013 01:32 AM (8cOY0)

1541 Bat Out of Hell – Meatloaf

One Day At a Time – Joan Baez

Ride With Bob – Asleep At the Wheel

Will the Circle Be Unbroken – The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

Breakfast In America - Supertramp

Cornerstone – Styx

Eliminator – ZZ Top

Every Good Boy Deserves Favour – Moody Blues

Hum Strum Along With Chet Atkins – Chet Atkins

200 Years of Country Music – Sonny James

Luxury Liner – Emmylou Harris

Jazz – Rye Cooder

Waitress in a Donut Shop - Maria Muldaur

Money for Nothing – Dire Straits

Piano Man – Billy Joel

Rumours – Fleetwood Mac

Hasten Down the Wind - Linda Ronstadt (because of the cover

Posted by: Vic at January 20, 2013 02:55 AM (53z96)

1542
Buffalo Springfield Again
Billy Joel's The Nylon Curtain
The Go-Go's first album
Meet The Beatles
Rolling Stones' Beggar's Banquet

Posted by: FR in SC at January 20, 2013 07:59 AM (1dSJA)

1543 Dark Side of the Moon is brilliant, but Wish You Were Here is better. There's not a misplaced note on the whole album. No band ever had two such masterworks. Not the Beatles, not the stones, no one else.

Posted by: Advo at January 20, 2013 02:39 PM (0rgqK)

1544 Dire Straits: Making Movies

Posted by: Fred at January 20, 2013 03:06 PM (coIRn)

1545 blue oyster cult - spectres

Posted by: kik at January 20, 2013 03:20 PM (+m6Bi)

1546 not perfect but goddamn close:

descendents - milo goes to college

Posted by: milo goes to college at January 20, 2013 08:23 PM (nFwrS)

1547 Appetite For Destruction. Still listen to it just to get riled up and to toss my toilet/TV through a window into the front yard.

Posted by: Frank Gaines at January 20, 2013 10:35 PM (ochf7)

1548 Yes- Close to the Edge

Posted by: BlueStateRepub at January 21, 2013 09:32 AM (7ObY1)

1549
The Beatle's White Album. The collection of songs on this album show a range that even today is unheard of.
The.
Best.
Album.
Period.

Posted by: Marknlutz at January 21, 2013 02:57 PM (jOTrz)

1550 you all smell like a bunch of hippies....the answer is, the worlds only punk compilation, Shutdown 66 on Ernie Douglas Records

Posted by: Ross Lane at January 21, 2013 08:28 PM (08a3d)

1551 the quality of mercy is not strnen by the mekons.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBK-9wP6IkQ
physical by olivia newton john
overdose by pizzicato 5
the durutti column (1) another setting, my favorite and (2) the guitar antd other machines.

Posted by: flieger at January 23, 2013 02:21 PM (Kxz3Y)

1552 Hard to argue with any of these. My submission (merely in avoidance of repetition) is The Queen Is Dead by The Smiths.

Posted by: logprof at January 28, 2013 04:06 AM (jVAw4)

1553 And I forgot Nowhere by Ride

Posted by: logprof at January 28, 2013 04:18 AM (jVAw4)

1554 http://youtu.be/LvyCMQkiVlk

Posted by: logprof at January 28, 2013 04:48 AM (jVAw4)

1555 Camper Van Beethoven - Our Beloved Revolutionary Sweetheart

Posted by: Aristomenes at February 15, 2013 09:50 PM (45WpZ)






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