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post #721 of 748

Just picked this up- flawless...

 

post #722 of 748

Strange thread. I had no interest in "flaws" I wouldn't care for art.

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Originally Posted by Mrtn77 View Post
 

Strange thread. I had no interest in "flaws" I wouldn't care for art.

 

Strange post.

post #724 of 748

Finest hour indeed :beyersmile:

post #725 of 748

Tron Legacy Soundtrack by Daft Punk

 

 

I think I've played this album non-stop for the past few days.  

post #726 of 748
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Originally Posted by SoulSyde View Post
 

Tron Legacy Soundtrack by Daft Punk

 

 

I think I've played this album non-stop for the past few days.  

It's indeed a good album, although I wouldn't go so far as to call it flawless :)

post #727 of 748
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Originally Posted by starfly View Post
 

It's indeed a good album, although I wouldn't go so far as to call it flawless :)

 

Derezzed is a little "meh" but with 27 tracks I give it a pass. :smile_phones:

post #728 of 748

Some of my top picks

 

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Edited by Leveler - 11/14/13 at 9:57pm
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Originally Posted by nxtgenlva View Post
 

I've lost count of the number of times I've listened to this all the way through and I'm still moved by it.
 


Love this - thanks! (CD bought).

post #730 of 748

Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals

Blue Rodeo - 5 Days in May

Loreena McKennit - Elemental, The Visit, The Wind that Shakes the Barley

Patricia Barber - Smash

 

If live albums were allowed I would say Neil Diamond Hot August Night

 

Not sure if this fits the criteria but JD Souther - Natural History is an amazing album with a different very original take on many of the classics he penned for the Eagles, Linda Ronstad and other stars of the 70's.

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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post
 

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon, The Wall, Animals

 

Dark Side = Yes

Animals = YES! (one of the best under-rated record of all time)

The Wall = Hmmm.... Not sure.  I skip over "Bring The Boys Back Home," "Young Lust," "Don't Leave Me Now," "Goodbye Cruel World" and "Outside The Wall" every time.  I think you really have to like Theatrical Rock in order to play that album front to back.

post #732 of 748

The Wall is definitely an acquired taste but when played as an album I do love the story and enjoy every song. Personally I like the songs you mentioned but if you split them out separately they will feel disjointed because they often flow into the next song on the album. If I hear the songs mentioned separately because I have my list set on random mix I enjoy the song but want the song to continue onto the next one LOL.

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Andreas Vollenweider - Book of Roses

Donald Fagen - The Nightfly

Pat Metheney - One Quiet Night

Peter Gabriel - So

Van Halen - 1984

Versailles Philharmonic Quintet - Prince & Princess

Boston - Boston

Genesis - A Trick of the Tail

Jethro Tull - Songs from the Wood (I realize some Tull fans may disagree)

Jonathan & Charlotte - Together

Lindsey Stirling - Lindsey Stirling

Linkin Park - Meteora

Oingo Boingo - Dead Man's Party

Opeth - Blackwater Park

Ottmar Liebert - Nouveau Flamenco

Pentatonix - Volume 1

Seether - Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces

Steely Dan - Katy Lied

Steely Dan - The Royal Scam

Talking Heads - True Stories

 

Honorable Mention:

Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense (the 15-song version)

(I know - it's live, but it's just so hard not to mention)

post #735 of 748

A lot of these already mentioned but maybe a few new ones:

 

Beatles - Abbey Road

Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy

Pink Floyd -  Wish You Were Here

Keane - Hopes and Fears

The XX -  XX

Great Lake Swimmers - Onigara

Radiohead - The Bends, OK Computer

Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

REM -  Automatic for the People

Crystal Method - Vegas

Paul Simon - Graceland

Nirvana - Unplugged

Clapton - Unplugged

Neil Young - Unplugged

Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms

Cowboy Junkies - Black Eyed Man

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique

Explosions in the Sky - The Earth is Not a Cold Dead Place

U2 - Joshua Tree, Achtung Baby, Unforgettable Fire 

 

There's a lot of newer music that I'm listening to right now that might make the list but I'll have to see if it stands up to the time litmus test (Lorde, Lana Del Ray, Of Monsters and Men, Phosphorescent).


Edited by Imamuppet - 12/7/13 at 7:02pm
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