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post #121 of 205

Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile.

Massive Attack - Mezzanine. 

 

If I had to live on a desert island with nothing but those 2 CD's, a PSOne, a 4:3 TV, Headphones and a NTSC-J copy of Vib Ribbon, I'd be set. 

post #122 of 205

The Clash: London Calling. 

 

I could live without oxygen, so long as I had this album to keep me going.

post #123 of 205

Depending on Mood:

 

Dark Side of the Moon  & The Wall

Ok Computer

post #124 of 205

Here are my "on an island" ablums in no particular order:

 

Kind of Blue - Miles Davis

Back in Black - AC/DC

Zoso (aka Zeppelin IV) - Led Zeppelin

Moving Pictures - Rush

The White Album - The Beatles

Born to Run - Bruce Springsteen

Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

The Joshua Tree - U2

post #125 of 205
Desert island choices:

Rush - Presto (although it could be any of their albums)
Miles Davis - The Birth of the Cool
Dvorak - Symphony No. 9 "From the New World"
Yonder Mountain String Band - Yonder Play Their Bluegrass Favorites
Grateful Dead - Reckoning
Megadeth - Rust in Peace

One from every genre I listen to: Prog, jazz, classical, bluegrass, folk, metal. I could add a ton more, so I'm hoping my island would have wifi and a place to plug in my iPod. biggrin.gif
Edited by Navybsn - 11/15/12 at 8:01pm
post #126 of 205

If I could only choose one...

 

700

post #127 of 205

Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction
Guns N' Roses - Use Your Illusion I & II
Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Zuma

post #128 of 205

This is difficult to give a title to, but if I have to choose... it would be Trivium's album, "Shogun". It's influenced me immensely as a musician, and I heavily adore the usage of story-telling through music.

 

 

Destroysall.


Edited by Destroysall - 11/25/12 at 2:34am
post #129 of 205
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Originally Posted by Kukuk View Post

 

To quote a one Phil Ochs: "It's impossibly good, it just can't be that good. How can a human mind do this?"

 

I have a tendency to agree with you. You may be correct.

 

However, I might have to pick something like this, even though it isn't a "real album." I dare say, without this, "Highway 61 Revisited" would never have been possible, and certainly nothing as latter day as Pink Floyd, a band named after bluesmen. There's virtually nothing in this thread that's not derivative. It's all building on the past. Pretty much every record mentioned is in debt to this stuff:

 

 

Of course, Robert Johnson got it from somewhere too, but our recorded documentation doesn't go back too much further. We start to get into sheet music instead of recordings...

post #130 of 205

Love that Robert Johnson set, have the box myself!

post #131 of 205
My favorite changes every other week. This week it is:

post #132 of 205

I've listened to pretty much every album already posted.

I want to share these because this thread has excellent taste and these albums significantly changed my life.

 


Edited by Ethix - 11/25/12 at 10:35am
post #133 of 205
I like all those Pink Floyd, Led Zep, and many others. But since there can only be one,

post #134 of 205
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Originally Posted by Ethix View Post

I've listened to pretty much every album already posted, but I wanted to share these because this thread has excellent taste and these albums significantly changed my life.




+1 for Pavement. I just pulled all their CDs out the other day. Wow! I really miss them. frown.gif
post #135 of 205

Yeah, Pavement was really special. They'll definitely be missed, but that's what we have their albums for :)

Just checked out a song from Aja by Steely Dan, wuwhere.

 

Really good.. definitely getting the album.

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