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YOUR Top 10 Albums

Discussion in 'Music' started by nightecho, May 29, 2007.
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  1. Gatticus
    Checking out the links now, cheers.

    Here's what I just ordered five minutes ago at amazon.ca.

    Children Of God/World Of Skin - Swans
    CDN$ 23.99 - Quantity: 1 - Usually ships in 10 to 14 days
    Condition: new
    Sold by: Amazon.ca


    Penthouse And Pavement - Heaven 17
    CDN$ 15.99 - Quantity: 1 - Usually ships in 10 to 14 days
    Condition: new
    Sold by: Amazon.ca
     
  2. Gatticus
    There's a typo in that first link. Should be Clock DVA, it reads "Clock DNA" instead.

    What year is this from, Ian?

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=HUCUHNUeNDw

    Sorry for thread hijacking. Will stop now.
     
  3. buddhashenglong
    Metallica ...And Justice For All
    Al Di Meola Kiss My Axe/Elegant Gypsy. Take your pick I can't.
    Mos Def and Talib Kweli are Black Star
    Joe Satriani self titled !995 release
    John Coltrane Giant Steps
    Nas Illmatic
    Eric B. and Rakim Paid In Full
    Jimi Hendrix Axis Bold as Love
    Aretha Franklin Lady Soul
    Rage Against the Machine self titled debut
    Damn this was tough, so many just didn't make the cut with great songs but not cohesive brilliant albums. Honorable mention Wu Tang Clan and Art Blakey
     
  4. DBrim
    Pink Floyd - The Wall
    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV
    Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited
    Rush - 2112
    The Eagles - Hotel California
    The Clash - London Calling
    Derek and the Dominoes - Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs
    The Doors - The Doors
    The Who - Quadrophenia
     
  5. rwest1389
    In no particular order. Without a limit, all ten would be by Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Dream Theater, and Tool. But heres my list:

    1)Pink Floyd- Wish You Were Here
    2)Led Zeppelin- Physical Graffiti
    3)Robin Trower- Bridge of Sighs
    4)Tool- Lateralus
    5)Dream Theater- Train of Thought
    6)Riverside- Second Life Syndrome
    7)Audioslave- Audioslave
    8)Pearl Jam- Ten
    9)Rush- Hemispheres
    10)Infected Mushroom- Vicious Delicious

    Ahh no room for Siamese Dreams and Court of the Crimson King. That was tough.
     
  6. Stephen_Ri
    MBV-Loveless
    Verve-E.P./A Storm in Heaven
    Beatles- Revolver/ Oasis- Definitely Maybe
    Wilco-Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    Radiohead-O.K Computer
    Velvet Undergroud-White Light/White Heat
    Beach Boys-Pet Sounds
    Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen/Lazer Guided Melodies
    Neil Young-Harvest/Boo Radleys-Learning to Walk
    Nirvana- Unplugged
     
  7. no1likesme
    AFI: Sing The Sorrow
    Porcupine Tree: In Absentia
    System of A Down: Toxicity
    System of A Down: System of A Down
    Weezer: Pinkerton
    Counting Crows: August and Everything After
    Tonic: Lemon Parade
    Cake: Fashion Nugget
    Queens of The Stone Age: Lullabies To Paralyze
    Victor Wooten: A Show of Hands
     
  8. jonnyhambone
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Stephen_Ri /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Beatles- Revolver/ Oasis- Definitely Maybe
    Neil Young-Harvest/Boo Radleys-Learning to Walk




    funny post...
    this is a nice list...are these 'sentimental' choices or what. Not knockin' but I'm fascinated by these two ties. I put Tom Tom Club and Fleetwood Mac albums in My list, so I've got little room to talk but I'm just sayin'...
     
  9. jonnyhambone
    MBV-Loveless
    Verve-E.P./A Storm in Heaven
    Beatles- Revolver/ Oasis- Definitely Maybe
    Wilco-Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
    Radiohead-O.K Computer
    Velvet Undergroud-White Light/White Heat
    Beach Boys-Pet Sounds
    Spiritualized - Ladies and Gentlemen/Lazer Guided Melodies
    Neil Young-Harvest/Boo Radleys-Learning to Walk
    Nirvana- Unplugged
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jonnyhambone /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    this is a nice list...are these 'sentimental' choices or what. Not knockin' but I'm fascinated by these two ties. I put Tom Tom Club and Fleetwood Mac albums in My list, so I've got little room to talk but I'm just sayin'...



     
  10. Stephen_Ri
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jonnyhambone /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    funny post...
    this is a nice list...are these 'sentimental' choices or what. Not knockin' but I'm fascinated by these two ties. I put Tom Tom Club and Fleetwood Mac albums in My list, so I've got little room to talk but I'm just sayin'...




    Harvest and Revolver, along with Highway 61 Revisited and other classics I could've mentioned are sentimental; they're the rock staples which got me into this music (and music in general)--so they remain on the list with shoegaze bands. If I don't listen to them as much as the newer stuff, it's because I know every note, and can approximately play each song back in my head. I'm not sure if I could do that with Loveless. I'm not sure if anyone could do that with Loveless, actually.
     
  11. Gatticus
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by jonnyhambone /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    funny post...
    this is a nice list...are these 'sentimental' choices or what. Not knockin' but I'm fascinated by these two ties. I put Tom Tom Club and Fleetwood Mac albums in My list, so I've got little room to talk but I'm just sayin'...




    I expected he did that because a lot of Oasis's music is heavily influenced by the Beatles. We were discussing that in the Brit Pop thread and I pointed out that XTC's Skylarking is the best example of an album influenced by The Beatles.
     
  12. Chrispy
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by virometal /img/forum/go_quote.gif
    Welcome to head-fi Crispy.

    I like WRM and Muse so decided to sample Men, Women, & Children's myspace. It sounds fun. I'm going to order it.

    Thanks!




    Sweet. They're a different sound, for sure. [​IMG]
     
  13. DavidMahler Contributor
    It's impossible for me to make a top 10 list without including 2 beatle albums.

    Those two albums would be Abbey Road and The White Album, but since I can only choose one, my list would go like this

    1. The Beatles - Abbey Road
    2. Jeff Buckley - Grace
    3. Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    4. John Lennon - Plastic Ono Band
    5. Steely Dan - Aja
    6. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin I
    7. The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
    8. John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
    9. Ben Folds Five - Whatever & Ever Amen
    10. Yes - Fragile
     
  14. Ingo
    Béla Fleck - Tales From The Acoustic Planet v.II The Blugrass Sessions
    The New Grass Revival - Best of New Grass Revival
    The Mavericks - Music For All Occasions
    Nickel Creek - This Side
    Alison Krauss - Now That I've Found You
    Gin Blossoms - New Miserable Experience
    The John Butler Trio - Sunrise Over Sea
    Van Morrison - Moondance
    Pearl Jam - Ten
    Jack Johnson - On and On



    Honorable Mention:
    Muse - Absolution
    Oasis - What's The Story...
    Ray LaMontagne - Trouble
    The Eagles - Desperado and Hotel California
     
  15. Quaddy Contributor
    [​IMG]

    ask me this question tomorrow, there would be ten different covers, i am fickle like that.

    in no order;
    • Cradle Of Filth - Cruelty & The Beast.
    • Jeff Buckley - Grace.
    • Men At Work - Cargo.
    • Mötley Crüe - Shout At The Devil.
    • Madonna - Ray Of Light.
    • Paul Simon - Graceland.
    • Yazoo - Upstairs At Erics.
    • The Rippingtons - Moonlighting.
    • The Smiths - Hatfull Of Hollow.
    • Terence Trent D'arby - Introducing the Hardline According to Terence Trent D'Arby.
     
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