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Y'all know I'm just fishing for what to buy, right?


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Y'all know I'm just fishing for what to buy, right?


Yup. Big Grin


Wife and I went out today bought:

Magical Mystery Tour (Green Apple)
Meet the Beatles (Rainbow)
Hard Days Night (UA)
Animals (original release)

$40 out the door and all with original insert(s)









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Achtung Baby.

Springsteen's The River.

John Prine's self titled album.

Kansas Point Of No Return.

Zeppelin IV.

Matchbox Twenty Yourself Or Someone Like You.

Meatloaf Bat Out Of Hell.

Ryan Adams Gold.

Zac Brown The Foundation.

And, if soundtracks count...The Big Chill.

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Blondie - Eat to the Beat

Someone mentioned greatest hits albums. In my humble opinion, there were songs on here that should have been on "The Best of Blondie" and some on that album that I would have left off.


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Lot of great music in this thread. As a huge Metallica fan I will limit my selection to Master of Puppets and for Zep I will fall back on Led Zeppelin I.


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Oh yea, forgot Blind Faith, another one of my early favorites!


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Björk - Post
Björk - Homogenic
The Blue Nile - Hats
Portishead - Dummy
Selebrities - Delusions
 
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Big Star- Radio City
The Rolling Stones- Let it Bleed
David Bowie- Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust...
Bob Dylan- Blood on the Tracks
XTC- Skylarking
The Who- Quadrophenia
Elvis Costello & the Attractions- This Year's Model
X- Los Angeles
Pavement- Crooked Rain Crooked rain



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Björk - Homogenic
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I forget about some music sometimes.
Putting some Bjork on.
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XTC- Skylarking


Followed by some XTC
 
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Trying not to add duplicates-

Black Sabbath- Paranoid

Van Morrison- Moondance

Pink Floyd- Wish you were here

Fleetwood Mac- Rumors

Billy Joel- The Stranger
 
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AC/DC Back In Black
AC/DC Highway To Hell
Van Halen Van Halen
Guns & Roses Appetite For Destruction
Lynyrd Skynyrd Pronounced
 
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For full album goodness, I have to start w/
Cheap Trick-One on One
Blues Traveler-Four
Several Pink Floyd albums
Jane's Addiction-Nothing Shocking
Genesis-Genesis
Joe Satriani-Surfing w/ the Alien

Maybe more coming soon.
 
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Asia - Asia
Asia - Alpha
Boston - Boston
Boston - Don't Look Back
Boston - Third Stage
Don Henley - Inside Job
The Eagles - Hotel California
Jackson Browne - Lives in the Balance
Rush - Hemispheres, Permanent Waves, Moving Pictures, Signals
Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing

I also like the entire soundtrack albums for Gladiator, and the three LotR movies, with The Two Towers being my favorite of those three.
 
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Led Zeppelin, I, II, III, IV, and Houses of the Holy.
Beatles Abbey Road and Sgt Peppers.
Hate to admit it, but Foreigner's big album.
 
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SUPERTRAMP - Crime of the century
 
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Billy Joel- The Stranger

Good call.

He should have hung it up after this album. It was the pinnacle of his work and all of the bubble-gummy pop shit he made after it was horrible.


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I have to add a couple more.

Dave Matthews Band-Before These Crowded Streets

And:

Tracy Chapman-Let It Rain

I normally listen to this album on the plane when I want to zone out and sleep. The whole album is very calming to me which I need whenever I fly. Not because I'm anxious or tense, but because I'm usually just so dang aggravated.


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Reckless Kelly - Sunset Motel

Chris Stapleton - Traveler




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Rolling Stones - Exile on Main Street
Zachary Richard - Live in Montreal (but it's in French...)



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Deep Purple - Machine Head. And hundreds more.



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