Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bob_32_116, Jul 9, 2018.
Not to mention the Eurythmics as well
I remembered that one, but did not include it because I think there was more to the title - "For love of Big Brother" or something.
Thanks for reminding me. It's rarely a problem with my images, which are normally sourced from the Wikipedia page, so they don't disappear, but still in future I'll try and remember to give the name as well as posting the cover image.
This is Our Music - Ornette Coleman Quartet
This is Our Music - Galaxie 500
Brand New Day
1. Sting 1999
2. Mavericks 2017
1. The Cult 1987
2. Pet Shop Boys 2013
1. Echo And The Bunnymen 1997
2. Darling Buds 2017 (EP)
1. The Cure 1981
2. George Michael 1987
1. Loverboy 1981
2. Mark Knopfler 2009
1. The Dream Syndicate 1988
2. Coldplay 2014
At least one of each of these listed below is a best of album, so sometimes have a subtitle of Greatest Hits or some such
1. World Party 1993
2. Frankie Goes To Hollywood 1994
1. The Alarm 1990
2. Lloyd Cole 2013
1. Men At Work
2. Velvet Revolver
1. New Order 1987
2. Joy Division 1988
He Touched Me - Elvis Presley, and too many gospel singers to list
Great to see the mighty Pele on here!!!!!
With titles (sorry for leaving them off my Black Album post)...
Pearl by Janis Joplin
The Pearl by Harold Budd, Brian Eno and Daniel Lanois
+ Golden Earring
Real Life by Joan As Policewoman:
Real Life by Magazine:
Both great albums.
+ Simple Minds
Cut by Slits and Golden Earring
and by Hunters & Collectors
I believe there were two different albums called "Freak Show";
Of course, I know The Residents one, but, I forgot who the other band was....
Oh... it was Silverchair!
The interesting thing is;
They BOTH have that same 'curtain-opening'-type cover!
...and let's not forget Jellyfish's classic Spilt Milk. That makes 3.
I suppose I should google the Residents, since people seem to keep mentioning them.
Sure that one's not named "Shale and Bun"?
another "Together" album
Roxette - Joyride
Tinashe - Joyride
+ in 2 words
2 x ?
Separate names with a comma.