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Flawless albums - Page 51

post #751 of 759

Michael Jackson - Thriller

Depeche Mode - 101

Massive Attack - Blue Lines

Giorgio Moroder - E=MC2

Jamiroquai - Emergency on Planet Earth

A-ha - Hunting High and Low

Terence Trent D'Arby - Introducing The Hardline According To Terence Trent D'Arby

Royksopp - Melody A.M.

Air - Moon Safari

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene

Zero 7 - Simple Things

Malcolm McLaren And The Bootzilla Orchestra - Waltz Darling

 

That's all I cold find. I went through my entire digital library and deleted all the fillers from every album and these were the ones left untouched. (The process saved me tens of gigabytes ;) )

post #752 of 759
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Originally Posted by Borat View Post
 

I'm a fan of MJ's Thriller, but The Girl is Mine is the definition of filler. That song is terrible.

 

 

It topped the R&B singles chart, the single peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and number eight in the UK. By 1985, it had sold 1.3 million copies, and was eventually certified platinum by the RIAA.

 

You might not like it but a platinum single is hardly a filler!

post #753 of 759

Posted in this thread over a year ago and figured I'd update as I have discovered a lot of really great music over that span and my standards have been raised and my tastes have changed some. I believe there are many other albums that could qualify for this list by containing no filler so to keep my post manageable I limited myself to albums that I feel are truly special for one reason or another. The bold albums are ones that I put in a tier all by themselves. 

 

Big Black - Atomizer
Brian Eno - Another Green World
Cut Copy - Bright Like Neon Love
In Flames - The Jester Race
Joy Division - Closer
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure
Talking Heads - Talking Heads '77
Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings and Food
Talking Heads - Remain in Light
The Alan Parsons Project - Eye in The Sky
The Cranberries - Everybody Else is Doing it, So Why Can't We
The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers
The Smiths - The Queen is Dead

post #754 of 759
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Originally Posted by lamode View Post
 

Zero 7 - Simple Things

 

Wow! I just took a few days to read through this thread from post #1 -- compiling a list of albums to check out as I went -- and it took me all the way to page 51 to finally see Zero 7 get some love.

 

I *love* this album

post #755 of 759

So many... just a few from the top of my mind...

 

 

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Will The Circle Be Unbroken?

The Black Crowes - The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion

Tim Buckley - Dream Letter: Live in London

John Hartford - Steam Powered Aereo-Plane

Karen Dalton - It's So Hard To Tell Who's Going To Love You The Best

The Who - Live in Leeds

Savoy Brown - Blue Matter

Jenny Lewis - Acid Tongue

Funkadelic - Uncle Jam Wants You

Muddy Waters - Hard Again

post #756 of 759
I'm surprised nobody has mentioned:

Lou Reed - Transformer
Parliament - Mothership Connection
Police - Synchronicity
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Their Satanic Majesties Second Request

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post #757 of 759
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Originally Posted by Skyliner View Post

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned:

Lou Reed - Transformer
Parliament - Mothership Connection
Police - Synchronicity
The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Their Satanic Majesties Second Request

All killer no filler cool.gif

 

I'm a big fan of P-Funk... and yes, that is a tremendous album!

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It's really fricking good!

post #759 of 759

 

I just wish they would have kept the unique stereo mixes that my older London CD has.

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