Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Son of Ziggy, May 14, 2022.
Trying to decide between "POP" U2 or "Around The Sun" REM although I know both have their fans
Is that the white label promo?
The really crap posthumous Hendrix releases - I'm thinking of Dagger Records stuff but also (and especially) some of the earliest posthumous vinyl releases. I loved Axis when I was a kid and so when I saw Crash Landing in the record store, I bought it. Just about put me off Hendrix for awhile.
it’s on Amazon,i like it fwiw.
i’ll add Paul Westerberg’s Eventually
Everything by Sun Kil Moon after Benji.
Captain Beefheart's Unconditionally Guaranteed and Bluejeans and Moonbeams.
Extra Texture is a real rough one.
I'll add The Final Cut to that.
There's about 15 live albums I'd like to erase from the Fall's discography, maybe more. All released posthumously, mind you. There's several unnecessary compilations and repackagings too. One could slim the group's discography down by a good 30 albums and still have every studio recording.
Hawkwind -- Text of Festival
Hawkwind -- Bring Me the Head of Yuri Gagarin
Blondie -- The Hunter
my second favorite.
Same here - I totally stopped listening to him after Moon.
This album's been mentioned, but since I'd handle it differently I'll bring it up too, with same suggestion I recently made in another thread… —-— The Beatles | Yellow Submarine —-—
When the remasters happened, I'd say the four exclusive/"new" Beatles tracks (which I love, and always just listened to as if an EP) shoulda been added to Past Masters as they were to Mono Masters— but placed between Rain and Lady Madonna. And the Martin side (which is pretty excellent) shoulda landed on a CD placed after his A Hard Day's Night soundtrack contributions — with maybe some highlights from his mid-'60s instrumental recordings of Beatles numbers in between — which coulda been included in the stereo box set, on the USB, and now up on the streaming sites.
Are you trying to get yer ass banned ?????
Pink Floyd - A Collection Of Great Dance Songs
No way! Played it yesterday - it holds up quite well.
Indeed. A true waste of vinyl.
It's got some poor moments, but Stand By Me is a loser? Slippin' and Sliden'? Peggy Sue? Do You Want To Dance?
The Wedding Album, or Two Virgins would be prime picks long before Rock and Roll, no?
My personal peeve of compilations is Gimme Some Truth. Listened once, put it away. All the previous comps sounded better.
All post-1984 "Chicago" albums.
The Final Cut
All post-2003 Third Eye Blind releases
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