Albums you are truly obsessed with!

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by zambon12, Mar 30, 2017.

  1. zambon12

    zambon12 Active Member Thread Starter

    South America
    We all have that particularly album that never leaves our soul!

    Doenst matter how much time passed by - 10, 20, 30 or 40 years - we are still listening to them weekly.

    Its just not your favorite albums we are talking here! Its the ones that you literary worship above everything else!!!

    My choices are:
    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here (best album ever :love:)
    Metallica - Master of Puppets
    Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
    Rush - Fly By Night

    Listen to them at least once a week since I was 15 ... its been a while! :laugh:
  2. DK Pete

    DK Pete Forum Resident

    Almost every Beatle album
    Sticky Fingers/Let Bleed
    Cosmo's factory
    Thick As A Brick

    ...there are others which border on obsession but these are top tier.
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  3. Jarvius

    Jarvius Forum Resident

    Ohio Players - Honey
    Parliament - Dr. Funkenstein
  4. Joseph LeVie

    Joseph LeVie Well-Known Member

    South Florida
    UK - UK
    Close To The Edge
    Chris Squire - Fish Out Of Water
    Brand X - Masques
    Steve Reich - The Desert Music 1985
    Philip Glass - 1000 Airplanes On The Roof
  5. Leepal

    Leepal Well-Known Member

    Swindon, UK
    Jethro Tull - Aqualung

    Actually a bit of a slow burner for me. Got it on CD back in the 90s but more recently became obsessed, have a few vinyl & CD versions.
  6. Platterpus

    Platterpus Forum Resident

    Captain Beefheart/Magic Band - Safe As Milk
    Wendy Carlos - Switched On Bach
    United States Of America - United States Of America
  7. Spear and Magic Helmet

    Spear and Magic Helmet Well-Known Member

    Nashville, TN
    For years I've enjoyed the music of Miles Davis, particularly Sketches of Spain. Though I don't listen to this record frequently (its a demanding listening experience), when I do, I always carve out a long space of time so that I can hear this record in its entirety, uninterrupted. There's no other music I do this for. And I'm not really a huge jazz fan, but this record. . . it was Miles and Gil at their creative zeniths and a masterful creative lunge forward for all music.
  8. lightbulb

    lightbulb Forum Resident

    Smogville CA USA
    Albums that I both "literally" and "literary" worship above all else are:

    Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan
    Radio City - Big Star
    Shadows and Light - Joni Mitchell
    Rust Never Sleeps - Neil Young and Crazy Horse
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  9. zambon12

    zambon12 Active Member Thread Starter

    South America
    Great choices guys :righton:

    Nice to see someone mentioned Aqualung :wave:
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  10. simon-wagstaff

    simon-wagstaff Forum Resident

    I wasn't but I think I will....

    1) Santana "Caravanseri"
    2) Doobie Brothers "The Captain and Me"
    3) Keith Jarret "The Survivor's Suite"
    4) Phil Manzanera "801 Live"
    5) Brand X "Unorthodox Behavior"
    6) Miles Davis "We Want Miles"
    7) Frank Zappa "One Size Fits All" and "Hot Rats"

    Too many? Believe me there's a lot more where those came from.
  11. Dr. Funk

    Dr. Funk Forum Resident

    Fort worth tx
    Traffic- The Low Spark Of High Heeled Boys
  12. Tim Peterson

    Tim Peterson Member

    Chaska, Minnesota
    Gypsy - Gypsy
    Yes - Close to the Edge
    ABB - The Filmore Concerts
    Santana - Moonflower
    The Who - Quadraphenia
    Mountain - Flowers of Evil
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  13. fallbreaks

    fallbreaks Forum Resident

    Beach Boys Love You
    The Notorious Byrd Brothers
    London Calling
  14. LandHorses

    LandHorses Forum Resident

    New Joisey
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  15. WillieDaPimp

    WillieDaPimp Well-Known Member

    Philadelphia, PA
    Hot Rats
    Fun House
    Forever Changes
    Maggot Brain
  16. Old Fred

    Old Fred Active Member

    Town Hall. Jayhawks.
  17. lightbulb

    lightbulb Forum Resident

    Smogville CA USA
    Sound Of Lies. Jayhawks.
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  18. SoporJoe

    SoporJoe Forum Resident

    British Columbia
    I like too much music to listen to the same stuff weekly.

  19. Ash76

    Ash76 Forum Resident

    They Might Be Giants - all but especially the first 4 albums
    XTC - Black Sea, English Settlement, Mummer, Skylarking, Apple Venus 1
    The Decemberists - Picaresque
    INXS - Kick

    A number of others but these are the ones I can listen to endlessly and can binge on
  20. Vinyl Fan 1973

    Vinyl Fan 1973 Forum Resident

    Albums I keep playing over and over, to the point of driving my wife mad:

    Metallica: Kill Em All, Ride and Master
    Ozzy: Diary of a madman
    Miles Davis: Plugged Nickel
    Led Zeppelin II and III
    Pink Floyd Animals
    Martha and The Muffins This Is The Ice Age
    Vince Guaraldi A Charlie Brown Christmas
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  21. Brendan K

    Brendan K Well-Known Member


    Two completely random picks that are unrelated, but I love them regardless. Haven't gone a week without listening to '39 from ANatO and Dunes from S&C.
  22. Vinyl Socks

    Vinyl Socks Forum Resident

    Niles, Ohio
    The Family That Plays Together ~ Spirit (1968 original Ode pressing with original, lost stereo mix)
    Hejira ~ Joni Mitchell
    Tonight's The Night ~ Neil Young
    All Beatles vinyl
    Nashville Skyline ~ Bob Dylan (my 1st pressing, 1-J/1-A matrix)
    The Band ~ The Band
    Rocky Mountain High ~ John Denver
  23. Mr.Sean

    Mr.Sean Forum Resident

    The Tragically Hip - Fully Completely (1992)
  24. Tristero

    Tristero Forum Resident

    The Beach Boys - Smile
    Can - Ege Bamyasi
    King Crimson - Larks' Tongues In Aspic (and assorted live recordings from this era)
    Zappa - Uncle Meat (particularly since I got my hands on Meat Light)
  25. dalem5467

    dalem5467 Well-Known Member

    Frank Sinatra in the wee small hours
    Bob Dylan blood on the tracks
    Guy Clark old number one
    Tom T Hall in search of a song
    Willie Nelson Stardust
    Sam Cooke live at the Harlem square club
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