Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bvb1123, Oct 11, 2018.
Another case of the eighth album arguably being the best: Hermit of Mink Hollow.
Juliana Hatfield - Made In China.
Neil Young in spades
Prince - Parade (followed by Sign Of The Times, Lovesexy,...)
And another possible best: Skylarking.
Who Do We Think We Are (if including the "Concerto" album)
Burn (if not including the "Concerto" album)
Both great, IMO.
Just what I wanted to write my two favorite Deep Purple LPs!
The Blow Monkeys - Feels Like A New Morning (eighth studio album, and one of their best, IMO)
Great minds and all that... I second your nomination...
Including the obligatory double live:
REO Speedwagon - You Can Tune A Piano But You Can't Tuna Fish
This essentially boils down to "Which 8th album by a band do I personally find great". In my case, aside from several already mentioned...
In Through The Out Door (Led Zeppelin) Arguably my top favorite by the band.
Parade/Under The Cherry Moon (Prince)
Dolly Parton - Coat of Many Colors (1971)
ABC - Traffic
Supertramp Brother Where You Bound
We have a winner!
Pearl Jam - Self-titled
Thee Oh Sees - The Master's Bedroom Is Worth Spending A Night In
From the garage rock SF years...brilliant and an ideal place to start...
Deep Purple - Burn
Trouble Over Bridgwater - Half Man Half Biscuit
(all their albums are great, but this eighth one is just about my favourite)
Apoptygma Berzerk-Rocket Science, 2009
Black Vs. White
Yes, but that doesn't mean they have 8 great albums.
For instance Dark Side of the Moon was Pink Floyd's 8th album and at that time they didn't have 8 great ones imo.
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