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Old 03-15-2010, 10:31 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Dump this and get yourself some Mother's Milk.
I'd never heard of this album before, but I'm downloading it now. Quite a few songs on it that I recognize, but never knew the name of.
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Old 03-15-2010, 10:43 PM   #52 (permalink)
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These are what I consider to be my five "desert island" albums.



Electric Ladyland ~ Jimi Hendrix Experience



Eat a Peach ~ The Allman Brothers Band



Blue Bash ~ Kenny Burrell & Jimmy Smith



Led Zeppelin II ~ Led Zeppelin



Hot Rats ~ Frank Zappa
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Old 03-16-2010, 01:56 AM   #53 (permalink)
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Q czar, I'm not here to argue what's the best Metallica album. I was just saying why Kill 'Em All was my favorite.

However, Station, I will argue you Led Zeppelin I over Led Zeppelin II.

... Actually, no, I do agree with you there. Led Zeppelin II was great. And I'll agree with most of your other suggestions, too. Except for Blue Bash. I'm not familiar with blues so that I could agree or disagree with you. However, I will agree with your other choices. Got to see Zappa Plays Zappa a few months ago, absolutly loved the show. Though I'm too young to remember any of those guys in their peak (or even when they were alive) it was great to be able to see Dweezil playing his fathers music.
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Old 03-16-2010, 02:31 AM   #54 (permalink)
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these CDs are what i think is pure perfection from the first track to the last.

Dog Fashion Disco - Adultery ( Lock Quentin Tarantino, Charles Bukowski and Humphrey Bogart in a room with guitars, drums and a few bottles of Absinthe and what you would find closely resembles the genius of Adultery.)
Polkadot Cadaver - Purgatory Dance Party (members of DFD)
Pink Floyd - Darkside of the Moon
Arcturus - The Sham Mirrors
Elvenking - Wyrd (although their newest album, Two Tragedy Poets, is looking promising)
Faith No More - This Is It
Skinny Puppy - The Greater Wrong of the Right

also good albums in general, to name a few
any Dog Fashion Disco.
im a huge Mike Patton fan so anything from him.
Dr Octagon - Dr Octagonecologist
Freezepop, gotta love synth pop
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Old 03-16-2010, 06:14 AM   #55 (permalink)
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Q czar, I'm not here to argue what's the best Metallica album. I was just saying why Kill 'Em All was my favorite.

However, Station, I will argue you Led Zeppelin I over Led Zeppelin II.

... Actually, no, I do agree with you there. Led Zeppelin II was great. And I'll agree with most of your other suggestions, too. Except for Blue Bash. I'm not familiar with blues so that I could agree or disagree with you. However, I will agree with your other choices. Got to see Zappa Plays Zappa a few months ago, absolutly loved the show. Though I'm too young to remember any of those guys in their peak (or even when they were alive) it was great to be able to see Dweezil playing his fathers music.
If you liked the other picks, you'll like blue bash. Its one of the best blues/jazz albums ever recorded. I picked Led Zeppelin II mainly because i had to pick a Zeppelin album and its like picking a favorite child. Zep I is killer though, as are they all.
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Old 03-16-2010, 08:19 AM   #56 (permalink)
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If you think metallica all sounds the same sir then you need to to a Relistening Keith style.
The progression from Kill 'em all to today is astounding. The only album they have that isn't fantastic is St. Anger. It's a piece of crap in every way possible.
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Old 03-16-2010, 01:11 PM   #57 (permalink)
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Nas - Illmatic (the quintessential mid 90's NYC hip hop record)
Common - Resurrection
Jay-Z - Reasonable Doubt
Drake - So Far Gone
Mayer Hawthorne - A Strange Arrangement

The first 3 are classic hip hop LPs that people who don't normally get down with the genre should appreciate.

The last 2 are from 2009- and I know it's kinda lame to put current faves on a list like this, but I am positive that these albums are desert island discs for me, and I'll be listening to them in 40 years.

Drake's mixtape is available for free, and has incredible replay value due to its eclectic mix of R&B, cross-genre production, and straight up hip hop.

The Mayer Hawthorne album is simply awesome. He's a late 20's white kid from Detroit who sounds like he was time warped here from the mid 70's- his sound is old-school Motown with a little Dilla hip hop influence. One of the best soul albums of the last 20 years. It's the "most frequently played" album on my iPod already, and I can't recommend it highly enough.
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Old 03-16-2010, 02:13 PM   #58 (permalink)
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These are what I consider to be my five "desert island" albums.



Electric Ladyland ~ Jimi Hendrix Experience
Bravo sir. Best "desert island" pick ever because it works as emergency jerk-off material as well. Truly, you have some masterful insights.
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Old 03-16-2010, 06:00 PM   #59 (permalink)
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Let It Be - The Beatles (Boys)
Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd (Boys)
Garden State Soundtrack - Various Artists (Boys)
Echoes Silence Patience Grace - Foo Fighters (Boys/Girls)
It All Ends Up In Tears - Vince Jones (Anyone)
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If you liked the other picks, you'll like blue bash. Its one of the best blues/jazz albums ever recorded. I picked Led Zeppelin II mainly because i had to pick a Zeppelin album and its like picking a favorite child. Zep I is killer though, as are they all.
Alright, I'll try and find Blue Bash. And personally, I think I'm partial to II, just because of a few songs on there. III and Houses of the Holy are up there, too, but I don't know if I could pick one, specifically as my favorite...
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