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Your essential top ten music albums.

POSTED BY: HUGHFF
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Thursday, March 20, 2008 5:13 PM

HUGHFF


This is a chance for you to post your top ten cds, much like the essential tv-show-dvd thread elsewhere.

I'd like to throw in a few "rules.' They're like the "rules of poetry" That is to say, you can break them if you want but it makes it more challenging if you don't. I'll try to justify all rules.
Rule 1: 10 Albums only. (Otherwise you get too many)
Rule 2: At least 3 albums must be pre-1990 and 3 post-1990 (To stop people concentrating on a single era and encourage diversity)
Rule 3: No more than 3 albums by a single artist, including variations where s/he has gone on to be the principal of another band. eg Paul McCartney is a principal in both the Beatles and Wings but David Groll, while the principal for the Foo Fighters, wasn't the main man for Nirvana, so I'd count them as different. (Again, for the sake of diversity)
Rule 4: No multi-artist compilations, live albums or "best ofs" unless the vast majority of the music appeared on the album for the first time. eg Joe Jackson's Big World album is entirely original work, even though it was recorded live. (To avoid comparing twelve years' output with twelve months'.)

Pre-1990
Highlights of a Dangerous Life - The Johnnys
Who's Next - The Who
Lost and Found - Jason and the Scorchers
Post 1990
Clear, Impetuous Morning - Jason and the Scorchers
Yoni - Ginger
Charmed, I'm Sure - The Charms
Others
Let the Beatings Begin - Disciples of Loud
Empire Builders - Jason Ringenberg
The Wildhearts Must be Destroyed - The Wildhearts
Where the Bee Dances - Michael Nyman.


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Thursday, March 20, 2008 8:15 PM

STRANGEBIRD


I honestly don't have enough must haves yet to fill a list and obey the rules... I'll just lurk, read everyone elses and maybe find some more for my own list.

I'd fill my own list with Jimmy Buffett and Bob Marley... Yeah I need to broaden my musical horizons.

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Thursday, March 20, 2008 11:16 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


They still made music after 1990?? Didn't new music stop when rap took over?

after 1990:
When the Blackbird Sings, by Saraya.
Western Underground, by Chris LeDoux.
ABBA Generation, by A-Teens.

Before 1990:
Saraya, by Saraya.
Mirror, by One 2 Many.
Underneath the Radar, by Underworld.
Wild and Woolly, by Chris LeDoux.
Madonna, by Madonna.
Alannah Myles, by Alannah Myles.
To Live and Die in L.A. Soundtrack, by Wang Chung.

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Friday, March 21, 2008 2:36 AM

MOBBEX


In no particular order...

Blood Sugar Sex Magic, by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Odelay, by Beck
Ill Communication, by the Beastie Boys
To Record Only Water For Ten Days, by John Frusciante
Melon Collie And The Infinite Sadness, by the Smashing Pumpkins
Physical Graffiti, by Led Zeppelin
Electric Ladyland, by Jimi Hendrix
OK Computer, by Radiohead
Roxy & Elsewhere, by Frank Zappa
Rage Against The Machine, by Rage Against The Machine

There's just nothing bad about these records, they're flawless, all perfect in their own way



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Friday, March 21, 2008 4:27 AM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


1. Strangers In the Night -- Frank Sinatra (1966)
It’s hard to pick a single Sinatra Album, but if I were forced to I would have to go with this one. It has the unquestioned classics “Strangers In the Night,“ “Downtown” and “Summer Wind.”

2. Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert -- Benny Goodman and His Orchestra (1938)
In the late thirties, Goodman played several concerts that spiced up the usual Foxtrots that were popular in the day with hot-tempo jazz called “killer-dillers” - 200 beats per minutes - which created a new phenomenon in American music, giving birth to the Swing era. This is one of those concerts.
Now I know that perhaps this might violate Hughff’s rules about compilations. Orchestra’s rarely played the same song the same way twice, and in particular in the early years of Swing, bands like Goodman’s Orchestra would really spice up tunes searching for new ways to invigorate the crowd. So even though these pieces may not have appeared on this album for the first time, it’s still representative of a certain degree of originality and certainly of a very specific era.

3. Come Away with Me -- Norah Jones (2003)
Norah Jones is a prodigy of smooth jazz. Her debut album accomplished in a single motion what most artists never achieve. Complex music like Jazz has fallen to the side of flashier hits since the 70s, but somehow Jones took the single “Don’t Know Why” to #30 in the Billboard 100 and #21 on the Top 40. Mostly I think it was her voice. In a time, when almost all music is lyrical, Jones found a way to bring the smooth jazz instrumental rhythms into a lyrical form that captivated the nation long enough to win her eight Grammies in 2003.

4. Garbage -- Garbage (1995)
Although most might say that Nirvana epitomized the Alternative Rock movement of the 90s - I still prefer Garbage and Pearl Jam.

5. Get A Grip -- Aerosmith (1993)

6. Toys In the Attic -- Aerosmith (1975)

7. 52nd Street -- Billy Joel (1978)

8. Hotel California -- The Eagles (1976)

9. ?

10. ?


I can’t think of a 9 and 10 and instead of repeating artists, I’ll reserve those for later, when I think of a good album to go there. I’m late for work, so I can’t put any more thought into this anyway right now.



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Friday, March 21, 2008 6:01 AM

SINGATE


1. Are You Experienced? - The Jimi Hendrix Experience

2. Appetite for Destruction - Guns N' Roses

3. Master of Puppets - Metallica

4. Dirt - Alice in Chains

5. Badmotorfinger - Soundgarden

6. Pretty Hate Machine - Nine Inch Nails

7. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

8. Use Your Illusion II - Guns N' Roses

9. Astro Creep 2000 - White Zombie

10. No Code - Pearl Jam

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Friday, March 21, 2008 8:08 AM

PDCHARLES

What happened? He see your face?


Not sure if I could settle on ten but I have to say Mobbex and Singate, OUTSTANDING choices!

I could live with either list.

Edited to add:
Good to see a Pearl Jam album that is not Ten
Also, has anyone seen Alice in Chains recently? I was a lil unsure of the new singer until I saw them in HOB: Myrtle Beach. I was impressed.


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Friday, March 21, 2008 8:23 AM

MOBBEX


So could I! In fact, most of the records on Singate's list were a hair's breath away from making mine


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Friday, March 21, 2008 8:26 AM

SINGATE


Quote:

Originally posted by pdcharles:
Good to see a Pearl Jam album that is not Ten
Also, has anyone seen Alice in Chains recently? I was a lil unsure of the new singer until I saw them in HOB: Myrtle Beach. I was impressed.



I was beating myself up over which Pearl Jam album to choose. I don't think I would have been wrong to go with any of their first 5 albums but I find myself drawn to No Code more than the others.

As far as AIC I can't imagine anyone filling Layne Staley's shoes. That man had such a unique voice and the emotion he brought to the lyrics was overwhelming. Does this new guy have a sound of his own or does he imitate Staley's style?

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Friday, March 21, 2008 8:36 AM

PDCHARLES

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Quote:

Originally posted by singate:
Quote:

Originally posted by pdcharles:
Good to see a Pearl Jam album that is not Ten
Also, has anyone seen Alice in Chains recently? I was a lil unsure of the new singer until I saw them in HOB: Myrtle Beach. I was impressed.



I was beating myself up over which Pearl Jam album to choose. I don't think I would have been wrong to go with any of their first 5 albums but I find myself drawn to No Code more than the others.

As far as AIC I can't imagine anyone filling Layne Staley's shoes. That man had such a unique voice and the emotion he brought to the lyrics was overwhelming. Does this new guy have a sound of his own or does he imitate Staley's style?



Yup, Yield/Vs. coulda won.

Actually, and totally not copping out here. A lil of both. True, he or no one could ever be Layne. But Duvall does the songs justice and that is all I could ask to re-live some good times. We also lucked up. One of the opening bands did not show in HOB. So, we got three long sets. 2nd being totally acoustic.




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Friday, March 21, 2008 9:14 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


My top ten albums:

1)Jean Michel Jarre - ZOOLOOK
2)Radiohead - OK Computer
3)Yann Tiersen - Amelie
4)Talking Heads - Stop Making Sense
5)Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
6)Pat Metheny - Secret Story
7)Andrew Bird -Mysterious Production of Eggs
8)Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient works 85-92
9)Mark Shreeve - Legion
10)Danny Elfman - Edward Sciccorhands


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Friday, March 21, 2008 9:29 AM

KWICKO

"We'll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the American public believes is false." -- William Casey, Reagan's presidential campaign manager & CIA Director (from first staff meeting in 1981)


In no particular order of importance or preference, here are 10 albums nobody should be without...

Pre-1990
1. Pink Floyd - The Dark Side of the Moon
2. Eric Clapton - Just One Night
3. Talking Heads - More Songs About Buildings & Food
4. The Clash - London Calling
5. The Beatles - Revolver
6. Miles Davis - Birth of the Cool
7.Elvis Costello & The Attractions - My Aim Is True

Post-1990
8. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Murder Ballads
9. Pearl Jam - Ten
10. Leonard Cohen - The Future


But there are just SOOOOOO many more that are so crucial... How can anyone choose just 10? There's no room left for my Hendrix, Nick Drake, John Lennon, Bauhaus, Squeeze, ELO, One Dove, William Orbit, Bach, Beethoven, Schubert... There's just far, far, FAR too much great music out there to have to narrow it down.

Mike

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Friday, March 21, 2008 9:42 AM

STEAMER


Pre-1990:

U2 - The Joshua Tree
The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night (and I swear to the dear and fluffy Lord I wasn't even alive when that debuted.....)
Sarah McLachlan - Touch

Post-1990:

The Tragically Hip - Day for Night
Sarah McLachlan - Fumbling Towards Ecstasy
Eve 6 - Horrorscope

Others:
The Tragically Hip - World Container
Counting Crows - August and Everything After
Johnny Cash - Unchained
Gordon Downie - Coke Machine Glow

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And it's not the end of the world, of course
It's just a Vancouver divorce
It's just a Vancouver divorce....




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Crew needs money
Can we swing it?
Yes, sir, honey!
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Friday, March 21, 2008 2:11 PM

ECGORDON

There's no place I can be since I found Serenity.


I'm afraid I'll have to break the rules, since I don't have that many recent albums to choose from, but I'll try to be as diverse as possible.

Alphabetical only:

The Band - their eponymously titled second album

The Black Crowes - Shake Your Moneymaker

John Coltrane - A Love Supreme

Miles Davis - Bitches Brew

Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited

Steve Earle - Train a Comin'

The Kinks - Give the People What They Want

Phil Ochs - Pleasures of the Harbor

U2 - The Joshua Tree

The Wallflowers - Bringing Down the Horse



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Saturday, March 22, 2008 4:57 PM

KIRKULES


Hot Tracks- Nazareth

There is a Time- The Dillards

Led Zeppelin IV- Led Zeppelin

Ted Nugent- Ted Nugent

Kansas- Kansas

A Night at the Opera- Queen

Sehnsucht- Rammstein

Head On- Bachman Turner Overdrive

New Favorite- Allison Krauss

Legend of a Band- The Moody Blues


I had to break rule #4 to comply with rules 1-3.





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Saturday, March 22, 2008 5:50 PM

MONKSDAD


very tough but here it goes.
1. Are You Experienced - Jimi Hendrix Experience
2. White Album - The Beatles
3. America - Simon & Garfunkel
4. Blue Train - John Coltrane
5. Nevermind - Nirvana
6. Black Holes & revelations - Muse
7. Electric Ladyland - Jimi Hendrix Experience
8. Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
9. Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin
10. Undertow - Tool

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Sunday, March 23, 2008 1:33 PM

LWAVES


Pre 90s:

Eagles - Hotel California
Queen - A Night At The Opera
Peter Gabriel - So

Post 90s:

Jewel - Pieces Of You
REM - Automatic For The People
Oasis - What's The Story Morning Glory

Others:

Don Henley - The End Of The Innocence
Snow Patrol - Final Straw
Coldplay - X+Y
Lene Marlin - Playing My Game


Honourable Mentions to:
Eric Clapton, Counting Crows, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fun Lovin' Criminals, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, The Police, Crowded House, AC/DC, Linkin Park and on and on....



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Sunday, March 23, 2008 2:57 PM

CHAPTERANDVERSE


It changes a great deal according to mood but......

Pre:
Little Girl Blue-Nina Simone
The Queen is Dead- The Smiths
Dolittle-Pixies

Then:
Black Love- The Afghan Whigs
Gentlemen- The Afghan Whigs
Either/Or- Elliot Smith
Fuzzy- Grant Lee Buffallo
Nick Cave- The Boatman’s Call

Recently:
Boxer- The National
Antics- Interpol


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Sunday, March 23, 2008 4:27 PM

ALLIETHORN7


Oh, Hells' Yeah...
In no particular order, mind- just what comes to mind first...
1) The White Album- The Beatles
2) See You on the Other Side- Korn
3)The Black Album- Metallica
4)Vheissu- Thrice
5)Alchemy Index- Thrice
6)Crimson- Alkaline Trio
7)In Your Honor- Foo Fighters
8)Dark Side of the Moon- Pink Floyd
9)Berlin Philharmoniker- Scorpion
10)Sensucht- Rammstein
I could prolly list another tow dozen that deserve an equal footing here... but the list is too small for that!

-Danny

The Ocean Breathes Salty,
Won'tyou carry it in,
In your head,
In your mouth,
In your soul?
And maybe we'll get lucky and we'll both grow old,
Well I don't know, I don't know, Don't think so

The Band of the week is... Modest Mouse

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Sunday, March 23, 2008 5:26 PM

CRUITHNE3753


At this moment, here's mine (in chronic illogical order):-

The Beatles - Abbey Road (1969)
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon (1973)
Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (1976)
Jeff Wayne - The War of the Worlds (1978)
ABC - The Lexicon of Love (1982)
Judas Priest - Painkiller (1990)
Porcupine Tree - Signify (1996)
Anathema - Judgement (1999)
Rammstein - Mutter (2001)
Porcupine Tree - In Absentia (2002)
Porcupine Tree - Fear of a Blank Planet (2007)



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Sunday, March 23, 2008 5:29 PM

BORNTOFLY


Considering I was bron towards the end of the eighties, I had a hard time complying with the pre-90's rule...

In no order..

White Pony-Deftones
Searching For A Former Clarity-Against Me!
The Fragile-Nine Inch Nails
The Always Open Mouth-Fear Before The March of Flames
The Devil and God are Raging Inside Me-Brand New
Vheissu-Thrice
Worship and Tribute-Glassjaw
Ruiner-A Wilhelm Scream
Music for the Recently Deceased-I Killed The Prom Queen.
Furious Angels-Rob Dougan

Wow that was really hard, even without following the rules.




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Sunday, March 23, 2008 5:30 PM

CRUITHNE3753


Quote:

Gott weiß ich will kein Engel sein.


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Sunday, March 23, 2008 9:27 PM

JEWELSTAITEFAN


Sarah McClachlan was one that I was trying to remember. I shall switch Wang Chung for her Fumbling Towards Ecstasy.
As for jumping on the Butch Vig bandwagon, I was going to put The Cheaters on, but couldn't fit them in my ten. Predating both his Nirvana and Garbage work.


Quote:

Originally posted by jewelstaitefan:
They still made music after 1990?? Didn't new music stop when rap took over?

after 1990:
When the Blackbird Sings, by Saraya.
Western Underground, by Chris LeDoux.
ABBA Generation, by A-Teens.

Before 1990:
Saraya, by Saraya.
Mirror, by One 2 Many.
Underneath the Radar, by Underworld.
Wild and Woolly, by Chris LeDoux.
Madonna, by Madonna.
Alannah Myles, by Alannah Myles.
To Live and Die in L.A. Soundtrack, by Wang Chung.


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Monday, March 24, 2008 12:01 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


Cruithne3753 wrote:

Quote:

Jean Michel Jarre - Oxygene (1976)


Hey a fello JMJ fan, Hurrah! I considered putting down Oxygene aswell but Zoolook was the first Album I bought way back in the 80s as a lil' nipper and it blew me away. I'd heard nothing like it, and being a kid I was so into all the animal noises he used to make a tune.

But good call with Oxygene.







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Monday, March 24, 2008 12:11 AM

DEEPGIRL187


A cool new music thread? Like I couldn't resist posting. Here we go in no particular order:

1. Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, by The Smashing Pumpkins

This was a biggie for me. I'd been interested in music a a child, but this was the first time it really had greater meaning for me. Been a complete junkie ever since.

2. Nothing Like The Sun, by Sting

This album has always been a source of comfort for me. When I was little, I'd listen to this on my mom's stereo and just space out.

3. Cosmic Thing, by The B-52's

This is just an amazingly fun album to listen to. The music is vastly different than anything else that was going on at that time, at least to me. It may seem like nothing more than a pop album at first, but honestly it's so much more than that.

4. Kind Of Blue, by Miles Davis

A few years ago, I did a report on this for a jazz history class. And while I'm not the biggest Miles Davis fan, I certainly can't deny what an great talent he was, and what an amazing album this is.

5. This Fire, by Paula Cole

When this album first came out, I was going through a really rough spot in my life. Listening to this was therapeutic for me (and ironically, my mom and I used to play this on the way to my therapy appointments )

6. Whatever And Ever Amen, by Ben Folds Five

I miss this band. So many of these songs, from this album and others were just pure gold. This is definitely the type of music that never gets old.

7. Little Earthquakes, by Tori Amos

A lot of the stuff on this album can be painful to listen to. And it's even more so if you've ever experienced being isolated, rejected, depressed, or frustrated. Maybe not the happiest songs in the world, but certainly some of the most truthful.

8. Version 2.0, by Garbage

One of the most glorious mixes of techno and rock ever recorded. The tracks on here are hypnotizing, angry, painful, intense, and everything in between.

9. Issues, by Korn

I don't listen to these guys like I used to (kinda lost interest after Untouchables), but back in the old days, few things could top this album. I know some might lean towards Follow The Leader, but to me, this was their masterpiece.

10. Weezer (The Blue Album), by Weezer

Emo bands of today have nothing on these guys. And though they're not truly emo in the strictest sense, they certainly helped pave the way. Don't believe me? Listen to Say It Ain't So or In The Garage. Amazing stuff that a lot of bands still can't top.

And there it is. Sorry for the long-windedness; music tends to make me yammery.

If we could list compilations, there are some others I would have listed instead of those above:

Greatest Hits, by Eurythmics
Best Shots, by Pat Benatar
Galore, by The Cure

All great albums, and a great starting point for the artists listed.

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Monday, March 24, 2008 2:39 AM

JONGSSTRAW


I just seem to listen to the radio a lot these days...but these 5 discs have been in my den player's carousel forever, so I guess that makes them essential to me :

Best of The Smithereens
Evanessence
Young Rascals - Groovin'
Seekers - Greatest Hits
Best of Mountain



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Monday, March 24, 2008 3:38 AM

SERENITYINSCOTLAND


In no particular order (except 1st 3 are post 1990)

Bruce Springsteen - The Ghost of Tom Joad
R.E.M. - New Adventures in Hi-Fi
Dixie Chicks - Taking the Long Way
The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
Bruce Springsteen - Born to Run
Bruce Springsteen - The River
The Clash - London Calling
Johnny Cash - Live at Folsom Prison (broke a rule )
Patti Smith - Horses
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros - Streetcore

Plently more that could have gone in, especially if we were allowed compilations. I think some artists really suit 'Best ofs' - the ultimate example is Creadance Clearwater Revival, but I also think The Beatles, The Kinks, Leonard Cohen and The Smiths all suit them too.

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Monday, March 24, 2008 3:12 PM

KIRKULES


Quote:

Originally posted by SerenityinScotland:
the ultimate example is Creadance Clearwater Revival,



I still think of the Twilight Zone Movie every time I hear "The Midnight Special". The movie is worth seeing just for the Creedence homage.

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