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In the same vein:
I thought about that one as well when I was making up my mind. Though I prefer Doggystyle by the slightest of margins, I simply couldn't ignore The Chronic and its impact on music. That record changed everything.
New Radicals (eponymous). Not only was it their first album, but also the last. Incredible stuff...
Godspeed you black emperor: F#A#
I'm between Bob Dylan's and Kate Bush's
Unfortunately everything after August was somewhat down hill. I still listen to this album regularly.
"PLEASE PLEASE ME"------ The Beatles
In no particular order:
Tori Amos, Little Earthquakes
The Stone Roses
Rage Against The Machine
Kate Bush, The Kick Inside
Jeff Buckley, Grace
Most already mentioned, but I think this may be the first mention of the Phish album, which certainly deserves consideration.
agreed, fantastic album, by far their best
That would be Frank Zappa's Freak Out
Led Zeppelin-Led Zeppelin
Black Sabbath-Black Sabbath
Both released almost the same time.
I've been thinking about this today, and pulled a few out.
Danzig - Danzig
Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum
ZZ Top - ZZ Top's First Album
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd
Napalm Death - Scum
Hank WIlliams Jr - & Friends (I know it's not his official debut, but it is his debut of being more than his fathers son)
Descendents - Milo Goes To College (if you don't count Fat, which was an EP)
Ramones - Ramones
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
Van Halen - Van Halen
Guns N Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Rush - Rush
The Jam - In The City
Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden
A lot of rockers here =)
Of all the albums mentioned, I wonder which albums were most successful.
Always been partial to this one.
For me either Led Zeppelin I or Pearl Jam - Ten
Maybe not one of the greatest debut's, but certainly the foreshadowing of the impact he was to have...