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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    PJ - Ten
    PJ - Vs.
    Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    Guns N' Roses - Appetite for Destruction
    NWA - Straight Outta Compton
    Alice in Chains - Unplugged
    Beastie Boys - Licensed to Ill
    Nirvana - Nevermind
    Green Day - Dookie

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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Elton John-Tumbleweed Connection
    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
    Beatles-White Album
    Police-Synchronicity
    Sting-Nothing Like the Sun
    Seal-Seal, the first one
    Chicago-Chicago Transit Authority
    Rickie Lee Jones-Pirates
    Steely Dan-Aja
    Luther Vandross-Never Too Much
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Ahh an easier topic

    Jennifer Knapp - The Way I Am
    Sarah Kelly - Where The Past Meets Today
    Plumb - Chaotic Resolve
    Nichole Nordeman - Wide Eyed
    Elastica - Elastica
    Simon and Garfunkel - Bookends
    The Beatles - Rubber Soul
    The Pixies - Surfer Rosa
    L7 - Bricks Are Heavy
    Mercy Me - Spoken For
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    In no particular order:

    Jeff Buckley - Grace
    - A bit of mix'n'match styles, but an amazing talent. "Last Goodbye" is worth the price of the CD alone. "Lover You Should Have Come Over" and "Halleluja" are excellent as well. The Legacy Edition also includes one of my favorites, "Forget Her." It is a shame that we never got to hear more from him.

    Guns N Roses - Appetite for Destruction
    - Actually, I could come up with 10 songs from Use Your Illusion I & II that I like better than the 10 from "Appetite," but Axel insisted on putting a bunch of junk in there that made UYI into two CD's.

    Metallica - S&M
    - I really enjoy the depth provided by the symphony. Plus, the band has gotten a lot better at playing their instruments since some of these songs were first released. Song selection could have been better..."Unforgiven" and "Fade to Black" being left out was criminal.

    Hootie & the Blowfish - Cracked Rearview
    - These guys are a punchline now, and I'm not really sure why. Sure, it's not "serious" rock like the grunge crowd, but it's certainly got more substance and style than Matchbox 20.

    Greenday - American Idiot
    - It isn't that I love this particular CD so much, but that I like the bands' work, and this is, in my opinion, their strongest album.

    Ian Tyson - Old Corrals and Sagebrush
    - I cheated a bit, here. "Old Corrals" and "Sagebrush" were originally released as separate EPs, but were combined later into one CD. I really like Tyson's voice and the Western style of his music.

    Pearl Jam - Ten
    - It can be debated endlessly whether "Ten" or Nirvanna's "Nevermind" vaulted the grunge scene into national prominence. Personally, I always preferred Pearl Jam's style, though I do like some of Nirvanna's songs.

    George Strait - Strait From the Heart
    - This version of "Amarillo By Morning" is, in my opinion, the greatest song ever recorded. "Fool Hearted Memory" and "A Fire I Can't Put Out" are also excellent.

    Bruce Robison - Wrapped
    - If you like your country music unfiltered by the Nashville big-wigs, you really have to give this one a try. "Angry All The Time" is one of my top 5 favorite songs of all time. Faith Hill's husband mangled it later. Hear it on this album as it was meant to be.

    Chris Ledoux - Life as a Rodeo Man
    - Later on, Chris changed his sound to more "radio friendly." This album is pure old rodeo country. His version of "Amarillo By Morning" predates Strait's by two years. Different sound, but still very good.
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by Reds Nd2 View Post
    Damn the Torpedos ~ Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
    Need to give the props out on this album. Probably the first "contemporary" artist (relative as that is.. being a freedom rocker and all) that I ever really got into at that time. Came out when I was in 6th grade.

    First time I saw them was in 1986 when they were Dylan's band opening for the Dead. Saw em at the rubber bowl in akron.

    And WOY and I saw Tom last summer out here and it was a really good show.
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    These are all great lists. I'm going to look up some of the stuff I don't know (which is quite a bit), to add to my collection.

    Here's my List:

    Abraxas - Santana(one of the best albums of all time, IMO...and check out the cover art)
    Frampton Come Alive - Peter Frampton (commercial...yes, but good)
    Breakfast in America - Supertramp
    A Night at the Opera - Queen (yeah.. Bohemian Rhapsody and all)
    Zenyatta Modatta - Police
    Donde Estan los Ladrones - Shakira (this is BEFORE she went all MTV)
    American Idiot - Green Day (Well deserved Grammy..surpringly)
    Enema of the State - Blink 182
    Peter Gabriel III - Peter Gabriel
    Who's Next - The Who
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    Saga - World's Apart (a Canadian group that didn't make it in the US)
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by pedro View Post
    Not to mention the fact that "Blackie Onasis" may well be the greatest rock n roll name ever.
    Loved UO's cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" from Pulp Fiction. And if my favorite song list had gone to 20, "Sister Havana" would've made it.
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Dirty South- Drive By Truckers
    Guitar Town- Steve Earle
    On the Beach- Neil Young
    Tim- Replacements
    Exile on Main St.- The Rolling Stones
    Hollywood Town Hall- The Jayhawks
    Post to Wire- Richmond Fontaine
    Nebraska- Bruce Springsteen
    Trace- Son Volt
    Ghosts of the Great Highway- Sun Kil Moon
    Summerteeth- Wilco
    Blood on the Tracks- Bob Dylan
    Dents and Shells- Richard Buckner

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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    First time visiting this thread since I posted my original post.

    BAH! I forgot a lot.

    Mostly:

    U2 - The Joshua Tree (this might be my favorite album ever, I can't believe I forgot to list it).
    Sinead O'Connor - i Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
    Neil Young - Harvest Moon
    Pearl Jam - Ten
    Stevie Wonder - Natural Wonder
    Bob Marley - Legend
    Simon and Garfunkel - Bookends
    Metallica - Master of Puppets
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by nycredsfan View Post
    Dirty South- Drive By Truckers
    Guitar Town- Steve Earle
    On the Beach- Neil Young
    Tim- Replacements
    Exile on Main St.- The Rolling Stones
    Hollywood Town Hall- The Jayhawks
    Post to Wire- Richmond Fontaine
    Nebraska- Bruce Springsteen
    Trace- Son Volt
    Ghosts of the Great Highway- Sun Kil Moon
    Summerteeth- Wilco
    Blood on the Tracks- Bob Dylan
    Dents and Shells- Richard Buckner
    Great List.

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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by RichRed View Post
    Loved UO's cover of Neil Diamond's "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" from Pulp Fiction. And if my favorite song list had gone to 20, "Sister Havana" would've made it.
    The mention of Urge Overkill brought "Sister Havana" to my mind as a favorite too.
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    mine's all over the place


    Van Morrison - Moondance
    Ray LaMontagne - Trouble
    Miles Davis Kind of Blue
    Brushfire Fairytales - Jack Johnson
    August and Everything After - Counting Crows
    San Francisco Days - Chris Isaak
    Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
    Chronicle - CCR
    Ten - Pearl Jam
    Back in Black - AC/DC

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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    No particular order.


    Maiden--Number of the Beast
    Stevie Ray--Texas Flood
    Pearl Jam--Ten
    ZZ Top--Deguello
    ZZ Top--Tres Hombres
    Steve Earle--Aint Ever Satisfied
    Jonny Lang--Lie To Me
    Charlie Robison--Life Of The Party
    David Ball--Thinkin' Problem
    Iron Maiden--Piece Of Mind
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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

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    Dents and Shells- Richard Buckner
    My friend saw Buckner at the Southgate last week and he apparently fired his band in the middle of the show. Weird.

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    Re: Your All-Time Top 10 Favorite Albums

    Quote Originally Posted by dsmith421 View Post
    My friend saw Buckner at the Southgate last week and he apparently fired his band in the middle of the show. Weird.
    In the video "Come on Eileen" the singer from Dexy's Midnight Runners fired the drummer during one of the breaks, they had another drummer in some of the B Rolls they shot the next day, so they sport two different drummers during the video.


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