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Liquid Tension Experiment!

Great instrumental progressive metal/rock with some nice jazz influences. Incorporates some speed metal aspects as well.
I had this on in the car yesterday and my sister said..."What is this? It sounds like an '80's movie soundtrack!"

It nearly came to blows. Good pick.

Opeth - Blackwater Park



This is beauty and Beast. I had a hard time choosing between this and My Arms Your Hearse. Both are terrific.
post #17 of 185
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Liquid Tension Experiment!
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Manowar - Gods Of War (2007)
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post #18 of 185
parliament funkadelic one nation under a groove.


*Monumental Funk album that starts out with the dance floor killer title
track. Every track a is solid chunk o funk. They even answer the question,
"who says a funk band can't play rock and roll?" Influential group in hip hop and
R&B today possibly at the height of their creative powers.
post #19 of 185
Queen - The Game



While most people will point to A Night at the Opera or Sheer Heart Attack as the quintessential Queen albums (I have them both), The Game is the one I listen to the most. It's a solid album, featuring "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" and "Another One Bites the Dust."

--Jerome
post #20 of 185
R.E.M.
Automatic For The People



Great songs that hold up well. Most every song is either an F.M. staple or should have been. The one I would pick if I could only own one from the band. Man on the moon is here, which you may have seen in that Jim Carrey movie about Andy Kauffman (forget the name).
post #21 of 185
Nice suggestion, SR-71Panorama. Anyway,

Soul Coughing - Ruby Vroom



Uh, I don't know what to say... A must have if you like experimental-ish alternative rock.
post #22 of 185


Tommy - The Who

A Classic !!!!!!!!!!!
post #23 of 185
James Blood Ulmer - Tales of Captain Black



--Jerome
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The Verve - Urban Hymns

Love this album, 10 years on it still sounds great !!!!!!!!
post #25 of 185


The Wedding Present - Seamonsters

What a great CD! Another of my many finds as a direct result of talking to people at music sites like this on the internet. Nothing beats getting a recommendation from someone who has lived with an album for a few years ... and still loves it. This is definitely one of Steve Albini's best jobs (if not the best) as producer or engineer or whatever he called himself back in the early 90s. It's got the loud and powerful sound throughout, but full of subtlety as well. Building emotions that finally find release. The drum sound that drives many of the songs is just so immense and powerful and sensual. Close to a 10 on my completely unbiased and highly rational rating scale
post #26 of 185
Not too many X's, maybe XTC with English Settlement, or X with Los Angeles, or this one ..



X-Ray Spex - Germ Free Adolescents

I know you're antiseptic
Your deodorant smells nice
post #27 of 185
Not too mnay Z's either, so I'll finish it off with one of my favorites from 1994 and then someone can start it over again



Hector Zazou - Sahara Blue

One of my favorite moments on this wonderful album comes in the second song, John Cale softly speaking the words ... "Her clothes were almost off; outside, a curious tree beat a branch on the window, to see what it could see" ... over spare guitar accompaniment by David Sylvian and Kent Condon, bass clarinet by Renault Pion, harp and backing vocals by Elizabeth Valetti, and claviers by Hector Zazou. The entire album is based on poems by the noted 19th Century French symbolist Arthur Rimbaud and is one of the largest and most eclectic gatherings of talent for one recording as you are ever likely to find featuring such diverse artists as John Cale, Bill Laswell, Brendan Perry, Lisa Gerrarad, Barbara Gogan, David Sylvian, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Gerard Depardieu, Dominique Dalean and many others (over thirty in all) with lyrics sung in six different languages.
post #28 of 185
Here you go:

A.R. Kane (69)
Boo Radleys (Giant Steps)
Codeine (Frigid Stars LP)
Darling Buds (Erotica)
Elbow (Asleep in the Back)
Frodus (And We Washed Our Weapons in the Sea)
God Machine (Scenes from the Second Storey)
His Name Is Alive (Home Is In Your Head)
Iron Maiden (Piece of Mind)
Jesus Lizard (Goat)
King Black Acid (Loves a Long Song)
Laika (Sounds of the Satellites)
Mercury Rev (Boces)
No Means No (Wrong)
Oxbow (Serenade in Red)
Praxis (Sacrifist)
Quicksand (Manic Compression)
Red House Painters (Songs for a Blue Guitar)
Sigur Ros (Ágætis Byrjun)
Today Is The Day (Willpower)
U.S. Maple (Long Hair in Three Stages)
Volcano Suns (Bumper Crop)
Waits, Tom (Bone Machine)
Xymox (Twist of Shadows)
Yo La Tengo (I Can Hear the Heart Beating as One)
Zeni Geva (Freedom Bondage)

there's mix of stuff for ya..

-jar
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Here you go:
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there's mix of stuff for ya..

-jar
Not bad Jar! Hmmm, I could do this too, mostly newer stuff, but a couple moldies ...

Appleseed Cast - Low Level Owl
Andrew Bird - The Mysterious Production of Eggs
Califone - Roomsound
Dr. Feelgood - Malpractice
Enon - High Society
The Fiery Furnaces - Blueberry Boat
Girls Against Boys - Venus Luxure No 1 Baby
Joe Henry - Fuse
I? Who needs I?
Damien Jurado - Where shall you take me?
Paul K & The Weathermen - Love Is A Gas
Laika - Sounds of the Satellites
Mink DeVille - Cabretta
The Notwist - Neon Golden
Over The Rhine - Ohio
PJ Harvey - Dry
Q? What a silly letter!
Red Red Meat - There's a Star Above the Manger Tonight
Spiritualized - Ladies And Gentlemen We Are Floating In Space
Tricky - Maxinquaye
Ugly Casanova - Sharpen Your Teeth
Voyager One - Dissolver
Wheat - Hope and Adams
XYZ - already did em
post #30 of 185
^ Nice list. However, this could be an epic thread if everyone kept their lists in check.

Back on A I presume?


Aphex Twin - "Selected Ambient Works 85-92"

Richard James didn't invent Ambient Electronica, but he did re-invent it. He began by modding Moogs and worked toward designing his own "keyboards". During the mid 80's his singles made it rotation of the more progressive dj's in the world. "85-92" collects those singles together. At first, it seems spare, but the melodies are strong and, at the time, the sounds were/still unique. He became the godfather of 90's electronica and would define and inspire the worlds of Acid, Ambient, and Glitch.

A beautiful dirty electronic album that catches the universal tension and release of all great music.

--

V I couldn't agree more Davey. I added some thoughts to my post.
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