Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bvb1123, Mar 5, 2018.
Pixies - Doolittle
Yeah. That definitely qualifies.
Babys -Union Jacks
April Wine-Harder Faster
Pink Floyd-Obscured By Clouds
Head East-Flat As A Pancake
Steely Dan-Royal Scam
Joe Walsh-So What
Alan Parsons Project- I Robot
Supertramp-Crisis What Crisis
David Bowie-Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
Charlie Daniels Band-Saddle Tramp
John Hiatt-Perfectly Good Guitar
A Split Second-From The Inside, 1988
Absurd Minds-Serve or Suffer, 2010
A-ha-Scoundrel Days, 1986
Men Without Hats-Rhythm of Youth, 1983/Folk of The 80's (PartIII), 1984/Pop Goes The World, 1987
Mesh-We Collide, 2006
Apoptygma Berzerk-Welcome To Earth, 2000/Harmonizer, 2002/You and Me Against The World, 2005
And One-Bodypop, 2006
Pink Floyd-The Final Cut, 1983
Front 242-Offcial Version, 1987/Front by Front, 1988/Tyranny >For You<, 1991/F&^K Evil-Evil Off, 1993
Frazier Chorus-Sue, 1989
Treble Charger-Maybe It's Me, 1997
Type O Negative-October Rust, 1996
State of The Union-Evol Love Industry, 2008
Syntax-Meccano Mind, 2003
The Shamen-En-Tact, 1990 (V1)
The Outfield-Voices of Babylon, 1989
The Lightning Seeds-Cloudcuckooland, 1990 (UK Tracklist)/Sense, 1992/Jollification, 1994/Dizzy Heights, 1996
The Mighty Lemon Drops-Laughter, 1989
The Wild Swans-Bringing Home The Ashes, 1988
The Dream Academy-S/T, 1985/A Different Kind of Weather, 1990
Shiny Toy Guns-We Are Pilots (V1), 2005
ELO titles up to 1986
Ian McCulloch-Mysterio, 1992
Erasure-I Say I Say I Say, 1994
E-A Man Called E, 1992
Anything Box-Peace, 1990
Clan of Xymox (Xymox)-S/T, 1985/Medusa, 1986/Twist of Shadows, 1989/Hidden Faces, 1996
Yazoo-Upstairs at Eric's, 1982/You and Me Both, 1983 (UK Tracklist)
Trans-X-Living on Video, 1986 (US)
Assemblage 23-Compass, 2009
When In Rome-S/T, 1988 (10 Track without the b-sides)
Dead or Alive-Mad, Bad and Dangerous To Know, 1986
Rotersand-Random is Resistance, 2009
Sigue Sigue Sputnik-Dress For Excess 88/89
Sisters of Mercy-Floodland, 1987/Vision Thing, 1990
Traveling Wilburys-Vol. 1, 1988
The Refreshments-Fizzy, Fuzzy, Big & Buzzy, 1996
+ tons already listed and a bunch more
Great albums! Lots of awesome perfect picks there!
Wow! Terrific picks! I thought I was the only person who thought MWH's Rhythm Of Youth was an incredible album!
Great album Part (III) suffers from some poor production, but I still enjoy the songwriting aspect of it as a whole.
Love - Forever Changes
Zombies - Odessey & Oracle
Kinks - Village Green
Beck - Sea Change
Spoon - Girls Can Tell
Pink Floyd - Animals
Stevie Wonder - Talking Book
Frank Zappa - Apostrophe
Only in the realm of popular music.
Great picks! All outstanding albums!
Deep Purple Machine Head
Doobie Brothers-The Captain & Me
Beach Boys-Pet Sounds
Pet Sounds - Beach Boys
Tapestry - Carole King
Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme - Simon and Garfunkel
Odessey and Oracle - Zombies
Kiko - Los Lobos
Nice picks! Great albums!
Wheels of Fire
There, that takes care of 1968.
There will be others but these ones off the top of my head
Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run
Steely Dan - Can't Buy a Thrill
10cc - Sheet Music
Wishbone Ash - Argus
All the classic Gabriel era Genesis albums - and Trick Of The Tail - all have one that just irritates me a little bit
Frank Sinatra - In The Wee Small Hours
Guy Clark - Old No. 1
Merle Haggard - Serving 190 Proof
Ella and Louis
The Beatles - Abbey Road
Tom T. Hall - In Search Of A Song
Nat Cole - Love Is The Thing
George Jones - Cold Hard Truth
Bob Dylan - Blood On The Tracks
Frank Sinatra - Only The Lonely
Per your inclination my statement was perfection... as "everything is perfect".
I'm with you.
It goes without saying (even though I'm saying it) that these albums are perfect solely based on my personal taste. And what that means to me is that I want to hear every song on said albums. It is more the sum of its parts than individual tracks. Also, this is just me winging it. I'm not looking at my collection in order to do this. Lastly, I only allowed myself to choose one album from each artist. So here goes:
Van Halen - s/t
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
The Who - Who Are You
Phil Collins - No Jacket Required
The Cars - s/t
Genesis - Selling England by the Pound
G n R - Appetite for Destruction
Pearl Jam - Ten
Yes - The Yes Album
Steve Vai - Passion and Warfare
Dave Brubeck - Take Five
Dixie Dregs - What If
Radiohead - OK Computer
The Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out
Cream - Wheels of Fire
The Doors - Waiting for the Sun
The Black Crowes - The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion
Talking Heads - Fear of Music
The Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Joe Satriani - Surfing w/ the Alien
That's all I got... right now
Jackson Browne: For Everyman and Late For The Sky
Neil Young: After The Goldrush and Time Fades Away
Sandy Denny: Sandy
Richard & Linda Thompson: Pour Down Like Silver
Poco: From The Inside
Eric Clapton : 461 Ocean Boulevard
Mark Knopfler: Kill To Get Crimson
Steve Cropper, Pops Staples, Albert King : Jammed Together
Billy Butler: Night Life
Booker T @ the MG’s : Hip Hug-Her
Dr. Feel good: Down By The Jetty
Elton John : Madman Across The Water
Frank Sinatra’s: Strangers in The Night
Marvin Gaye: Trouble Man
Neil Young : Harvest
Quincy Jones: Walking in Space
Roy Buchanan: 1st Album
Sons of The Pioneers: Cool Water
Van Morrison: Veedon Fleece
Gordon Lightfoot: Sundown
Genesis : Trespass thru Wind & Wuthering
Welcome aboard, Bobguitar. You obviously have wide-ranging tastes.
This is a funky place. - If you haven't lurked around for a while, just be aware opinions are varied and often quite passionate.
BTW - I agree with the Genesis : Trespass thru W & W listing!
Neil's "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and "After The Gold Rush"...and "On The Beach"!
Dylan's, Highway 61 Revisited" and "Blonde On Blonde".
Sorry, but I actually do find multiple Beatles albums to be perfect.
Simple. This :
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