Any albums where you love EVERY song
Feb 22, 2015 at 4:23 PM Post #331 of 389

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But dat bass part... 

I'd say Wish You Were Here and Dark Side of the Moon, The Beatles' Revolver and Sgt. Pepper's, Supertramp's Breakfast in America, AC/DC's High Voltage, Eminem's The Marshall Mathers LP, Green Day's American Idiot, Led Zeppelin II, and Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever.


Hmmmmm....."Breakfast In America" is good album but I think I'll go with Supertramp's: "Crime Of The Century"!
No disrespect intended BTW.

DSOTM works for me too.

The Big Ones:
The Beatles "ABBEY ROAD"
LED ZEPPELIN I
 
Feb 22, 2015 at 4:45 PM Post #332 of 389

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Hmmmmm....."Breakfast In America" is good album but I think I'll go with Supertramp's: "Crime Of The Century"!
No disrespect intended BTW.

DSOTM works for me too.

The Big Ones:
The Beatles "ABBEY ROAD"
LED ZEPPELIN I

Abbey Road is a great album, but "Golden Slumbers" was never a favorite of mine, and "Sun King" was just okay. I would probably agree with Zeppelin I; nothing is worse than good on it. In fact, I'd say everything except "You Shook Me" is fantastic, with that song still being pretty good. I'll add Billy Joel's "The Stranger" and "Glass Houses" (the second half of this album is vastly underrated, "Sleeping With The Television On" is a great song).
 
Feb 22, 2015 at 7:50 PM Post #333 of 389

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I love every single song Lemaitre has made. every one. my favorite artist
 
Feb 23, 2015 at 6:59 PM Post #334 of 389

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Abbey Road is a great album, but "Golden Slumbers" was never a favorite of mine, and "Sun King" was just okay. I would probably agree with Zeppelin I; nothing is worse than good on it. In fact, I'd say everything except "You Shook Me" is fantastic, with that song still being pretty good. I'll add Billy Joel's "The Stranger" and "Glass Houses" (the second half of this album is vastly underrated, "Sleeping With The Television On" is a great song).


Hey, I actually like "You Shook Me"
Weakest song on Led Zepp I for me is "Your Time Is Gonna Come"
 
Feb 23, 2015 at 7:29 PM Post #335 of 389

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Hey, I actually like "You Shook Me"
Weakest song on Led Zepp I for me is "Your Time Is Gonna Come"

As I said, everything on it is good, and I like all the songs, but "You Shook Me" was my least favorite. I do agree though with "Your Time Is Gonna Come," which would be my least favorite after "You Shook Me."
 
Feb 24, 2015 at 1:29 AM Post #336 of 389

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Greendale
 
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Tom Petty
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John Lennon
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Hank Williams

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Lucinda Williams

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Emmylou Harris

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Feb 24, 2015 at 8:31 PM Post #342 of 389

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Wow, if I really thought about it, I could probably come up with 200+ albums. Maybe there's an age thing here? If you listen to an album on vinyl (or even CD), there's less chance of skipping those "less loved" songs so, over time, every song becomes loved?
 
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The first album that came to mind when I read the title of this thread was the Pulp Fiction Soundtrack. I listened to and love every song. It may not be an album per say, but a great CD none the less. Also, Pink Floyd is one of those bands I can listen to every song. Animals is my favorite of their albums, but they are ALL great.
 

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