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I was going to post the last two,too!Great albums!(never listened to the first though)

Especially oxygene no 6(last track)is one of my favourite music of all times.
post #47 of 135
Get the Knack is the debut album by The Knack.
Favarite "Power Pop" !

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post #49 of 135
I know it may pale in comparison to a lot of these classics, but Gomez's mercury awarded debut album was pretty incredible.
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terence trent d'arby - introducing the hardline according to terence trent d'arby

post #51 of 135
Bram Tchaikovsky-Strange Man Changed Man

This Album pulls it's head out of the morase that was the Power Pop Era.

Llisten to the Title Track, Robber, Bloodline, the Best Ever Cover of the "Monkees"-"I'm A Believer" and Sarah Smiles and not to try and pull out your air-guitar to play along.

Happy Listening.
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post #53 of 135
Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
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Here's a couple more :







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Here are some recent ones:


post #56 of 135
The Lounge Lizards - self-titled

post #57 of 135
Forgot about A Ha-that's good stuff.

Actually I was ready to nominate Lowest of the Low's Shakespeare My Butt, but then realised I hadn't heard the whole album, so that would be cheating.*

Also wanted to nominate The Watchmen's In the Trees, but found out that was not their debut album. Curses on both counts !

*Only "Salesmen, Cheats and Liars", "The Eternal Fatalist", "Bleed A Little While Tonight" and "Henry Needs A New Pair of Shoes". These tracks are worth the price of the album.
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I don't remember it, but it was obviously great enough....
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Neither one a cultural phenomenon, but both a monster achievement in their own patch of musical territory.
post #60 of 135
I second the "Dire Straits" by Dire Straits and "Give up" by the Postal Service.
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