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Top Ten Favorite Albums(or bands)

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Thursday, November 17, 2005 6:43 PM

CALLMEATH


Quote:

Originally posted by lissa:
absolute #1: OASIS, all the way.



NO! Really?

"Invader's blood marches through my veins like giant radioactive rubber pants. The pants command me! Do not ignore my veins!"

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Thursday, November 17, 2005 7:15 PM

LISSA


Quote:

Originally posted by CallMeAth:
Quote:

Originally posted by lissa:
absolute #1: OASIS, all the way.



NO! Really?



i just KNEW you were gonna say something;P

"can i ride with you in your bmw?
you can sail with me in my yellow submarine"

~lissa, retired spwhore

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Friday, November 18, 2005 2:08 AM

POOBLESNUGGETS


can't resist a list your favourite music thread..
1. NIN - and all that could have been. live album, reznor is godlike and shiny.
2. Guns N' Roses - appetite for destruction. theyre just so catchy!
3. Mushroom Head - superbuick.
4. Rob Zombie - hellbilly deluxe
5. Buffy soundtrack. i kinda compiled both of the albums from the series, remixed it a bit..
6. Prodigy - fat of the land. yes, i'm one of those people who only liked them AFTER 'breathe'. *shame*
7. Grinspoon - guide to better living
8. John Butler Trio - sunrise over sea. the man is an awesome guitarist.
9. The Clash - london calling
10. Voodoo Glow Skulls - addicion, tradicion, revolucion
... the order changes daily.

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Friday, November 18, 2005 5:11 AM

PATSRULE


1) Dream Theater - Images and Words
2) Yngwie Malmsteen - Odyssey
3) Richie Kotzen - Fever Dream
4) Joe Satriani - Flying in a Blue Dream
5) Lynch Mob - Wicked Sensation
6) Dokken - Back to the Attack
7) Savatage - Edge of Thorns
8) Queensryche - Operation Mind Crime
9) Iron Maiden - 7th son of a 7th son
10) Armored Saint - Symbol of Salvation

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Friday, November 18, 2005 6:38 AM

BROWNCOATMACHINA


I'm bored, so here we go.

In No Particular Order -

1. Five Iron Frenzy - "Proof that the Youth are Revolting" and "Our Newest Album Ever"

2. Panic! At the Disco - "A Fever You Can't Sweat Out"

3. Ra - "From One" and "Duality"

4. Fall Out Boy ( I don't wanna hear it. ) - "Evening Out With Your Girlfriend", "Take This to Your Grave", "From Under the Cork Tree"

5. BT - "ESCM"

6. Kanye West - "The College Dropout"

7. Sweatshop Union - "Natural Progression"

8. Yann Tiersen - "Amelie Soundtrack"

9. Ten Years - "The Autumn Effect"

10. Muse - "Absolution"

I like to cover the spectrum.

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Friday, November 18, 2005 7:23 AM

SPARHAWK89


1 Trivium
2 H.I.M.
3 System of a Down
4 My Chemical Romance
5 R.E.M.
6 Pillars of Nein
7 Greenday
8 Brand New
9 Casting Crowns
10 Bloc Party

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Friday, November 18, 2005 7:53 AM

OLDHAG


Quote:

Originally posted by BrowncoatMachina:

8. Yann Tiersen - "Amelie Soundtrack"



THis really is a great album. I'm glad to see that someone else thinks so too. It's one of the most beautiful albums I've ever heard. I listen to some really hard music most of the time, but whenever I listen to this album, it makes me feel all warm inside.

"Might Fine Shindig"
Everyone get an Xbox 360!
Tim Tim Timmy!

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Friday, November 18, 2005 11:01 AM

MISBEHAVEN


No particular order:

Pink Floyd- Dark Side of the Moon
Grateful Dead - American Beauty
Phish - Billy Breathes
Moby - 18
Crystal Method - Vegas
The Chemical Brothers - Singles 93-03
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Cold Play - A Rush of Blood to the Head
Radiohead - O.K. Computer
Led Zeppelin - IV (Zoso)




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Friday, November 18, 2005 11:51 AM

LIGHTMEDARK


Quote:

Originally posted by pooblesnuggets:
can't resist a list your favourite music thread..
1. NIN - and all that could have been. live album, reznor is godlike and shiny.



i love you. do you have the and all that could have been that came with the ep Still? I love that ep, amazing. The Live DVD of And All that Could Have Been is pretty great, too. I have all the Halos (except for Halo 12, which I've been waiting to see released on dvd for years now).

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inch towards daylight

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Friday, November 18, 2005 2:53 PM

BLUETANGENT


its always so hard to narrow down to ten! especially since my musical tastes are so damn eclectic right now. depending on mood or setting i will listen to everything from Emperor to Dave Brubeck...so i'll just shuffle up the mp3 playlist and see what comes up -

1. Fields of the Nephilim (post apocalyptic cowboys)
2. The Damned
3. Iggy and the Stooges
4. Godflesh
5. VNV Nation
6. Ditty Bops
7. Grateful Dead
8. Tori Amos
9. Emperor
10. Steve Roach



"I know you can do it. Come on. You're a retired goth, so just use the force or whatever and just do it!"
-Leslai

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Friday, November 18, 2005 3:04 PM

BLUETANGENT


I couldn't help but notice a lot of Pink Floyd fans. Very cool. The Floyd is great. The thing that I noticed alot of you listed "Dark Side" or "Wish You Were Here" as your fave albums. I guess because I've heard them so much over the years, those are probably my lesser-faves (except "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" which I never could get tired of). My favorite albums by the Floyd would have to be "Piper at the Gates of Dawn" and "Meddle".

An album (non-PF) that I think alot of Browncoats would get into is "Dust to Dust" by Steve Roach - its a sort of electro/ambient mind trip through the old west. Totally reminds me of Firefly

http://steveroach.com/Music/discography.php?albumID=14

There's some mp3 samples. Check it out!

"I know you can do it. Come on. You're a retired goth, so just use the force or whatever and just do it!"
-Leslai

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Friday, November 18, 2005 4:03 PM

WHISPER


top ten fave bands...hmmm... well at the moment I'm going with:

1)KANE- (Angel fans would recognise the lead singer- It's Christian Kane's (AKA Lindsey) country rock band and the album is actually very good.)

2)Nickelback

3)Evanescence

4)Bowling For Soup

5)Bryan Adams

6)The Young Dubliners

7)12 Stones

8)Aimee Mann

9)3 Doors Down

10)The Naughty Nymphs (my favorite comedy group)


These are my current favorites not the ten best ever. I haven't listened to enough other music to honestly make a list like that.

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Saturday, November 19, 2005 1:02 AM

SANDRYVALENTINO


NOBODY HAS MENTIONED THE WHITE STIPES :( EEK?!

White stripes ROX MY WORLD
1)Red Blood Cells
2) Elephant --SONG:Ball and Biscuit(WOW)
3)Get Behind me Satan-
4)De Stijl - SONG:truth doesn't make a noise
(download it!!)
5)BLACK SABBATH
6)GODSMACK
7)NIRVANA/METALLICA
8)KILLERS
9)GORILLAZ/FRANZ FERDINAND
10)BOB MARLEY/ THE DOORS

pEACE!!;)



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Saturday, November 19, 2005 1:03 AM

SANDRYVALENTINO


NOBODY HAS MENTIONED THE WHITE STIPES :( EEK?!

White stripes ROX MY WORLD
1)Red Blood Cells
2) Elephant --SONG:Ball and Biscuit(WOW)
3)Get Behind me Satan-
4)De Stijl - SONG:truth doesn't make a noise
(download it!!)
5)BLACK SABBATH
6)GODSMACK
7)NIRVANA/METALLICA
8)KILLERS/AQUALUNG
9)GORILLAZ/FRANZ FERDINAND
10)BOB MARLEY/ THE DOORS

pEACE!!;)



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Sunday, November 20, 2005 12:32 AM

POOBLESNUGGETS


hey, always good to find another reznor worshipper :)
sadly, i don't have the still ep.. damn my little backwater hometown. we literally have two record stores worth going to. im working on wearing out my friend's copy of the live dvd though, heh.
closure on dvd? that'd be awesome.. even just the music videos *daydreams*

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 4:28 AM

CAPTAINSHINY


Modest Mouse: Lonesome Crowded West, The Moon and Antarctica.

but I HATE Float On! I like the rest of Good News but Float On just sucks, and it totally gives everyone the wrong impression of the greatest band ever. sometimes I wish Isaac hadn't come clean, if you know what i mean.

"That's why I never kiss 'em on the mouth."

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 8:28 AM

OLDHAG


Quote:

Originally posted by CaptainShiny:
Modest Mouse: Lonesome Crowded West, The Moon and Antarctica.

but I HATE Float On! I like the rest of Good News but Float On just sucks, and it totally gives everyone the wrong impression of the greatest band ever. sometimes I wish Isaac hadn't come clean, if you know what i mean.

"That's why I never kiss 'em on the mouth."



Modest Mouse is a pretty good band. They have a really good sound even though the lead singer doesn't have the best voice in the world. I'm guessing that their one of your favs? In my opinion, and this is just mine, but i don't think there anywhere close to being the best band in the world. However they are way better than a loads of other bands out there. Good to see somes fans of them on here. And it's also good to see that there are fans of NIN on here too.

"Mighty fine shindig"
Tim Tim Timmy!!

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 8:52 AM

OLDHAG


Quote:

Originally posted by LightMeDark:
I checked out The End, Oldhag...pretty impressive. I like it. I've also decided I have to find a way to fit Mastodon on my top 10. I've been listening to them a lot lately and think all the talk of them being the future for metal may very well be justified. insanely good stuff ;D

---
inch towards daylight



Which cd did you listen to? Transfer Trachea... or Within Dividia? Within Dividia is clearer and the mic on the double bass is turned way up, but it's great, some of the fastest feet i've ever heard. Transfer Trachea is really good, but the drummer isn't as pronouced on that album. The Lead singer is also different on the first cd from the second. The lead singer, Tyler Semrick-Palmateer from the first The End album, went to a Canadian band called "Mare" and they are fantastic. "The End" got a new lead singer on the second album, which isn't as good but still fits the band just fine.

Yeah, Mastadon rocks major ass! I love then alot. They have such a great sound and they have mastered their instruments. You really feel like your out on a grand adventure in the middle of the ocean when your listening to them. If your like Mastadon, check out a band called "Keelhaul" they also have a great great sound, and are very proficient with their instruments. They also deserve to do well. Not quite as good as Masadon, but very close to it. Love 'em very much as well!

"Mighty fine shindig"
Tim Tim Timmy!

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 1:33 PM

BLACKEYEDGIRL


Interesting thread...

My Top 10, In NO particular order:

1. Jeff Buckley - Grace
2. Fiona Apple - Tidal
3. Nine Inch Nails - And All That Could Have Been tied with Pretty Hate Machine (I worship you Trent, screw it, all albums by NIN)
4. Depeche Mode - ALL ALBUMS!!
5. Tori Amos - Under the Pink (at one time I wanted Tori to marry Trent and have musical genius children)
6. The Cure - Staring At the Sea
7. Robbie Williams (all albums, cos he's an asshole)
8. Silverchair - Diorama
9. Kelly Clarkson (so embarassed to admit this one) - Breakaway
10. INXS - Greatest HIts 2 Disc Set

I usually like darker music (I like Vast and Mesh and The Faint) but the above 10 albums have carried me through everything. I can't live without them.

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 1:59 PM

MONKEYTAIL


in the order which i typed them:

Cake
Pink Floyd
Lazlo Bane
The Donnas
The Shins
Coldplay
Liz Phair
Third Eye Blind
Zero 7
Colin Hay


On a good day, hell can look alot like LA.-Playing God

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 2:10 PM

LIGHTMEDARK


Quote:

Originally posted by pooblesnuggets:
hey, always good to find another reznor worshipper :)
sadly, i don't have the still ep.. damn my little backwater hometown. we literally have two record stores worth going to. im working on wearing out my friend's copy of the live dvd though, heh.
closure on dvd? that'd be awesome.. even just the music videos *daydreams*



Yeah, I understand on the backwater hometown thing. The place I live doesn't even have a record store. I imported the still ep from somewhere in London.

Quote:

Originally posted by OldHag:
Which cd did you listen to? Transfer Trachea... or Within Dividia?



Transfer Trachea Reverberations from Point: False Omniscient ...which just may take the title for fewest minutes of music per letter in the album name, which I had before thought to be The Chariot's Everything Is Alive, Everything Is Breathing Nothing Is Dead and Nothing Is Bleeding. Transfer Trachea is good and leaves me wanting to hear Within Dividia. I've heard of Keelhaul and Mare, I'll have to check them out.


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inch towards daylight

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 4:09 PM

FINN MAC CUMHAL


1. Frank Sinatra -- pretty much any album. “Very Best of Frank Sinatra,” 1960 is a good all round one. A lot of good songs, including classics like “Fly me to the Moon,” “All the Way,” “Come Fly with Me,” and “My Way.” The Album “Only the Lonely” is considered his greatest single album.

2. Billy Joel – Again pretty much any album. The “Essential Billy Joel” is a recent compilation of most of his well known classics, but it leaves out a lot of really great songs like “Rosalindas’ Eyes” or “Christy Lee.” “52nd Street” is often considered the premier Billy Joel album.

3. Norah Jones – “Come Away with Me.” Rarely would I consider such a new album and such a novice singer among my all time favorites, but this album by Norah Jones is absolutely spectacular. I fell in love with this song and this album almost instantly and so it was no surprise to me when she walked away with eight Grammies that year, but it certainly opened up many other peoples’ eyes, I think.

4. Aerosmith – “Toys in the Attic,” (1975), though newer fans would probably prefer their more recent albums, such as “Pump” and “Get a Grip” (late 80s.) I really like them all, but I think their older stuff is marginally better.

5. Johnny Cash – pretty much anything, again a good compilation is “The Essential Johnny Cash”

6. Garbage – “Version 2.0” is the second album and their best, but their first album “Garbage” was also really good. They seem to have fallen off the face of the earth, which is a fate I predicted as soon as Manson did the theme song for one of the Bond films. Not that it was a bad film or a bad song, but when someone does a Bond song, they are rarely heard from again with any real success.

When you start to get near the bottom of the list there are so many good albums to choose from that the separation becomes too small to resolve without a lot of thinking, so I’m stopping here.

-------------
Qui desiderat pacem praeparet bellum.

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Sunday, November 20, 2005 4:21 PM

BROWNCOATER


I guess I'm one of the old Browncoats here:

1. Rolling Stones
2. Beatles
3. Johnny Cash

Can't really come up with 7 - 10, there are so many others.

Yep.....Here I am

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Monday, November 21, 2005 9:01 AM

BLUETANGENT


"1. Jeff Buckley - Grace"
- oh how could I have left Jeff off my list!?
His birthday was last week. Can you believe it? Jeff would have been 39, almost an old man :)

"I know you can do it. Come on. You're a retired goth, so just use the force or whatever and just do it!"
-Leslai

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Monday, November 21, 2005 9:20 AM

MER


the Albums goes with the bands- Radiohead, Gorillaz, H.I.M., Queens of the Stone Age, Linkin Park, Ace of Base...there should be more but that's on the top of my head.

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Monday, November 21, 2005 12:36 PM

LWAVES


In no order:

Coldplay
Nirvana
Queen
Eagles
Oasis
Linkin Park
Chili Peppers
Manic Street Preachers
Crowded House
The Beatles

There are others too depending on my mood.

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