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Posted: 6/5/2002 3:32:56 PM EDT
We have covered Guitar Godz, drummers, bass players,lead singers, and keyboards so why not albums? It does not need to be your favorite of all time, but something you are listening to and really love. For me-- "Electric" by The Cult. No Nancy Boy ballads, and every song hits. I like to bend the traffic laws while "Bad Fun" blares out when I slalom through traffic. What is one of yours and why? ARH
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 5:44:28 PM EDT
Ok, I'll play. Here's a few of mine... Soundgarden - Superunknown Pixies - Bosa Nova PJ Harvey - Rid of Me Iggy & the Stooges - Raw Power The Who - Live at Leeds Chris Whitley - Din of Ecstacy
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A few of my all time favs off the top of my head: G&R-Apetite for Destruction Mtallica-Ride the Lightning The Doors-The Doors Black Sabbath-Sabbath Bloody Sabbath Pearl Jam-Ten Pink Floyd-The Wall U2-Joshua Tree Patti Smith-Horses Smashing Pumpkins-Siamese Dream RHCP-Californication Iron Maiden- Iron Maiden (paul Diano)
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38 Special-Flashback Pearl Jam-Ten Boston-Third Stage The Police-Synchronicity Throwing Copper-Live
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Heavy Metal (the songs from the movie) Led Zep Lynard Skynard Scott
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Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon When I was in High School there was a local Pizza place that I would take my steady girl friend to. I would always play "Money" on the Juke Box. She would always laugh because I would sing along with it. She was a great girl and I have very fond memories of her and those times. "I'm in the high fidelity first class traveling section I think I need a Lear jet."
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:17:53 PM EDT
Pink Floyd, the Final Cut Cheap trick, Live at Budokan Van Halen, Van Halen A/C D/C, Back in Black Queen, The Game The Doors, The Doors
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Pink Floyd: Dark side and The Wall Led Zeppelin: (4), Song Remains The Same Metallica: Metallica AC/DC: Back In Black Hell, actually I have quite the collection... I'll pop a cd in from the following quite often: Queen Rush Van Halen SRV Rammstein Pink Floyd Led Zeppelin Sammy Hagar Def Leppard to name a few... [:)] oh, sit down for this.. I also have System of a Down, Disturbed and Rob Zombie in addition to 20 or so cd's of Techno!!
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:30:36 PM EDT
Tommy Lee- Never A Dull Moment U2-Achtung Baby Ozzy-just want you Dave Matthews Band-Where are you going?
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:34:08 PM EDT
Ted Nugent And The Amboy Dukes, Survival Of The Fittest (best live album of all times,IMO) Led Zepplin, I&II Derek & The Dominos, Layla AC/DC, Volts (from the Bonfire box set) Johnny Cash, American Recordings Johnny Winter, Live Frank Zappa, Overnite Sensation Ernest Tubbs, Ernest Tubbs & Friends (these are in no particular order) AB
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:35:35 PM EDT
My 3 Favorites of All Time "Blows Against the Empire" Paul Kantner and friends "Electric Ladyland" Jimi Hendrix "American Beauty" Grateful Dead
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:45:02 PM EDT
BOC - Fire of Unknown Origin Iron Maiden - Killers Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind Iron Maiden - Powerslave Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time Anthrax - Among the Living Dio - The Last in Line Fates Warning - Parallels Led Zeppelin III Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime Rainbow - Rising Ozzy Ozbourne - Diary of a Madman Kansas Kansas - Masque Kansas - Leftoverture Kansas - Point of Know Return Rush - Fly By Night Rush - Caress of Steel Rush - Moving Pictures Triumph - Allied Forces The Who - Who's Next
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 6:59:41 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Hannah_Reitsch: My 3 Favorites of All Time "Blows Against the Empire" Paul Kantner and friends "Electric Ladyland" Jimi Hendrix "American Beauty" Grateful Dead
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Hannah did you ever go see Jerry G and the boys live? I really like 1983 (A Merman I should Turn ToBe) from "Electric Ladyland" Not many others do. ARH
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Link Posted: 6/5/2002 7:06:23 PM EDT
No doubt many of the already listed albums are excellent all time albums...here are a few more: Pink Floyd--Wish You Were Here Deep Purple--Machine Head Maiden--Number of the Beast Black Sabbath--Paranoid Ozzy--Blizzard of Oz
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 7:12:59 PM EDT
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OK, I just turned 40, here's my list (so far, and in no particular order) Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon (actually, that is #1) Eric Clapton - 461 Ocean Blvd. The Eagles - Hotel California Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Led Zepplin - IV The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Metallica - Metallica AC/DC - Back in Black Pink Floyd - The Wall Fleetwood Mac - Rumors The Police - Synchronicity ([i]without[/i] "Mother") U2 - The Joshua Tree James Taylor - Mud Slide Slim (Ok, not rock, but excellent) Alan Parsons Project - I Robot & Turn of a Friendly Card Peter Gabriel - So Pearl Jam - 10 Collective Soul - Dosage Billy Joel - 52nd Street (pop, but damned good) (edited to add:) Moody Blues - Threshold of a Dream I can listen to these entire albums (with the exception of "Mother" on Synchronicity) and like every single song. That's very rare.
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 7:25:21 PM EDT
In no particular order, some albums that the world can NOT live without..... Bob Marley & The Wailers - Burnin', Catch A Fire, Uprising. Pink Floyd - Animals, Dark Side Of The Moon, Wish You Were Here. Dire Straits - Dire Straits. The Clash - Sandanista. Grateful Dead - Blues For Allah, Skakedown Street. Tool - Undertow. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin. Cro Mags - Age Of Quarrel. Bad Brains - Banned In DC, Rock For Light. Motorhead - No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith. The Meters - Fiyo On The Bayou, Live. Morphine - Cure For Pain. On and on and on.......................
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 7:35:04 PM EDT
Damn, I am going to [i]have[/i] to burn some cash at the music store. What's the best Allman Brothers album?
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Originally Posted By ChrisLE: U2-Joshua Tree
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Originally Posted By seb127: Van Halen, Van Halen Cheap trick, Live at Budokan
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Originally Posted By KBaker: The Eagles - Hotel California Fleetwood Mac - Rumors
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Good choices. To many more to choose, I'll add one more though: [b][red]KISS Alive II[/red][/b]
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 8:05:06 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By ARH: Hannah did you ever go see Jerry G and the boys live?
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Which year? Which state? Which altered state? [;)] Yeah, I went to quite a few Dead shows, loved the heck outta that band. Still have some great memories. And about 600 hours of bootleg tapes, lol.
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Ahh...some of my faves... [b]Clutch[/b] - The Elephant Riders [b]Sixteen Horsepower[/b] - Sackcloth 'n Ashes [b]Drive-By Truckers[/b] - Southern Rock Opera [b]Upper Crust[/b] - Let Them Eat Rock [b]Supersuckers[/b] - Sacreligeous Sounds Of The... [b]Ironboss[/b] - Ironboss [b]Jimmy Cliff[/b] - The Harder They Come [b]The Specials[/b] - The Specials [b]Turbonegro[/b] - Darkness Forever! [b]Goatsnake[/b] - One [b]Fu Manchu[/b] - any album [b]Beach Boys[/b] - Pet Sounds [b]Apocolyptica[/b] - Inquisition Symphony [b]Dave Brubeck Quartet[/b] - Time Out [b]Willie Nelson[/b] - Night and Day [b]Rev. Horton Heat[/b] - Smoke 'em If You Got 'em Just some off the top of my head.
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Van Halen - 1984 Van Hagar - 5150 Metallica - And Justice for All
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 9:08:35 PM EDT
Originally Posted By NH2112: BOC - Fire of Unknown Origin Iron Maiden - Killers Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind Iron Maiden - Powerslave Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time Anthrax - Among the Living Dio - The Last in Line Fates Warning - Parallels Led Zeppelin III Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime Rainbow - Rising Ozzy Ozbourne - Diary of a Madman Kansas Kansas - Masque Kansas - Leftoverture Kansas - Point of Know Return Rush - Fly By Night Rush - Caress of Steel Rush - Moving Pictures Triumph - Allied Forces The Who - Who's Next
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As a bassist myself, I couldn't agree more with your taste in Iron Maiden.(my favorite must be Powerslave) but lets not forget Slayer-Reign In Blood. A true masterpiece.
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 10:10:30 PM EDT
Blue Oyster Cult--Transmaniacon, Heaven Forbid, Extraterrestrial Live. Judas Priest--British Steel, Ram it Down, Painkiller. AC/DC--Back in Black, The Razors edge
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 10:14:33 PM EDT
Originally Posted By blackmanta: Blue Oyster Cult--Transmaniacon, Heaven Forbid, Extraterrestrial Live. Judas Priest--British Steel, Ram it Down, Painkiller. AC/DC--Back in Black, The Razors edge
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Ram it Down and Painkiller are quality, but we mustn't forget Screaming for Vengence and Defenders of the Faith.
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 10:53:39 PM EDT
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Queen: [i]A Night At The Opera[/i] The Who: [i]Tommy[/i] Meatloaf: [i]Bat Out of Hell, BOTH II[/i] (Jim Steinmans arrangments ROCK) Those are the albums that I can honestly say that I like EVERY single song on them. Listing every rock album I merely liked would take up a lot more than 3500 characters
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 11:00:52 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ilikelegs: Every CD by RUSH
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Ditto Legs [img]http://www.stopstart.fsnet.co.uk/smilie/thumbs.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 11:07:47 PM EDT
Just picked up Uncle Tupelo, 89/93 Anthology, and Son Volt, Trace. Holy shit. Uncle Tupelo was a cult band that combined post-punk and country. All their old albums are out of print, they only sold about 50,000 of them anyway, and you don't hear them on the radio. They're amazing. In another decade they'll probably be regarded, in retrospect, as one of the most influential bands ever, a landmark. The ex-Tupelos went on to form Son Volt and Wilco.
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 11:18:03 PM EDT
in flames - clayman and colony disembodied-if god only knew the rest were dead at the gates - slaughter of the soul soilwork - chainheart machine pantera - all iron maiden - brave new world slayer - all integrity - humanity is the devil nevermore - dead heart in a dead world a perfect circle - mer de noms (?)
Link Posted: 6/5/2002 11:37:30 PM EDT
Oh yeah: Liz Phair, Exile in Guyville Los Straightjackets. (Dig the wrestling masks)
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 5:32:37 AM EDT
Metallica - Master of Puppets, Ride the Lightning Pink Floyd - Dark Side, WYWH, The Wall Slayer - Reign in Blood Anthrax - Among the Living Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind Megadeth - Peace Sells Rush - Permanent Waves Hirax - Raging Violence Ministry - The Mind is a Terrible Thing to Taste DrMark
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 6:20:17 AM EDT
Layla and Other Love Songs - Derek and the Dominoes Brothers and Sisters - The Allman Brothers A Question of Balance - The Moody Blues Paranoid - Black Sabbath Court of the Crimson King - King Crimson Grand Illusion - Styx Last Waltz - The Band The Hits - REO Speedwagon Shake your Moneymaker - Black Crows Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 6:33:14 AM EDT
Slayer-Reign In Blood. A true masterpiece. I needn't say more......except that ALL Slayer music after that album is great too. Originally Posted By NH2112:(modified to fit my tastes)(you have good taste in music too BTW) Iron Maiden -Iron Maiden Iron Maiden - Killers Iron Maiden - The number of the Beast Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind Iron Maiden - Powerslave Iron Maiden - Somewhere in Time Anthrax - Among the Living,Sound of WHITE noise Dio - The Last in Line,Holy Diver DUDE!!! Fates Warning - Parallels,NO EXIT,Perfect Symmetry Led Zeppelin - I,II,IV Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime Rainbow - Rising Ozzy Ozbourne - Diary of a Madman,Blizzard of Oz,Bark at the Moon,No rest for the Wicked Kansas - Point of Know Return Rush - Fly By Night Rush - Caress of Steel Rush - Moving Pictures Rush - Permanant Waves Rush - Grace under pressure Slayer - (whole collection) Dokken - Tooth and Nail,Under Lock and Key, Back for the Attack,Beast from the East (live) Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation,Lynch Mob Megadeth - Peace sells...,Killing is my Buisness......,So far,so good...SO WHAT! KISS - Everything UP TO and including "Lick it Up" WAY TOO MANY MORE to list......
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 6:45:27 AM EDT
Steve Morse---Southern Steel and Coast to Coast Allan Holdsworth---Metal Fatigue Allman Brothers Band---Live at the Filmore East Greatful Dead---Live Dead Eric Johnson---Ah Via Musicom Focus---Moving Waves Rush---just about anything Neil Young sucks, and so does all the retro and grunge. If I hear another female vocalist, I'll puke up my spleen and beat her to death with it. And all metal sounds the same to me, like the a head-on collision of freight trains. MTV was the death of rock as we knew it.
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Originally Posted By The_Jackalope: Ahh...some of my faves... [b]Clutch[/b] - The Elephant Riders [b]Sixteen Horsepower[/b] - Sackcloth 'n Ashes [b]Upper Crust[/b] - Let Them Eat Rock [b]Supersuckers[/b] - Sacreligeous Sounds Of The... [b]Jimmy Cliff[/b] - The Harder They Come [b]The Specials[/b] - The Specials [b]Turbonegro[/b] - Darkness Forever! [b]Goatsnake[/b] - One [b]Fu Manchu[/b] - any album [b]Dave Brubeck Quartet[/b] - Time Out Just some off the top of my head.
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Fu Man Chu Rocks! (their newest album doesn't) Turbonegro! (you're a genius[:)]) I'll add some [b] The Gories[/b] [b] The Dwarves[/b] [b] Sugartooth[/b] [b] Urge Overkill, "Saturation"[/b] [b] Queens of the Stoneage[/b] [b] Social Distortion[/b] [b] Nebula[/b] [b] MC5[/b]
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 7:08:35 AM EDT
[b]Pat Boone[/b] No more Mr. Nice Guy. [img]http://www.rossetta.com/niceguy.jpg[/img] [sleep]
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Link Posted: 6/6/2002 4:00:18 PM EDT
Here's my list of records that burnt up my player until I got sick of them (and I knew every lyric, melody, turn, twist and nuance by heart)...I guess that means they are my all-time favs. (In no real order): Soundgarden-Superunknown Tool-Undertow The Mayfield Four-Fallout Genesis-just about all of them (Seconds Out, The Lamb, And Then There Were Three are my stand-outs) Van Halen-Fair Warning Pearl Jam-Ten Led Zep-IV, II Van Halen-5150 Live-Throwing Copper Guns and Roses-Appetite for Destruction Radiohead-The Bends Smashing Pumpkins-Siamese Dream There are others that escape me right now....
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 4:13:03 PM EDT
"Laurence Welk Plays The Best of Whitesnake" "Captain and Tennile" "Robert Plant and Peewee Hermann Live" "Yanni Plays Anthrax" "Billy Joel and Bette Midler Play the Best of Country Joe and the Fish" "Motley Crue's Tribute to Doris Day"
Link Posted: 6/6/2002 4:39:51 PM EDT
Ted Nugent "Cat Scratch Fever".
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