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In addition to many greats already posted.

Clash - Black Market Clash

Devo - Are We Not Men? We Are Devo!

Ramones - Rocket to Russia



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Great selections. From a bit out of left field:

Southern Culture on the Skids - Dirt Track Date

SCotS has some fantastic surf guitar and tongue in cheek lyrics over the years.

Also:
Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes.


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Audioslave - Self Titled

Son Volt - Trace

Seven Mary Three - American Standard

Jason Isbell - Southeastern

Alice In Chains - Dirt

Sublime - Self titled

Tool - Lateralus
 
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Every. Single. Song. Kicks. Ass.
 
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Surrealistic Pillow
Heart (the 1976 one and the 1985 one)
Cream at alberthall 2005
So What - Joe Walsh
It's a Beautiful Day
Juice Newton GH (yeah GH)
Doors
Tapestry
Any Mamas and Papas
Any Bangles
Any Celtic Woman
Basia Bulat
Eva Cassidy



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Tommy Emmanuel - Only

Some of the best acoustic guitar work you'll find.




 
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Richard Thompson- Rumor and Sigh
David Wilcox- How did you find me here
James McCurtry- Too long in the wasteland
 
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STP - Core
Pearl Jam - Ten
Metallica - Master of Puppets
 
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Damn, this is tougher than picking out my favorite gun.

I can think of a whole bunch but not all are going to appeal to many, let alone all. I stayed away from greatest hits collections but there are a few of those that I listen to, and often. Trying to limit myself to just a few, won't include classical, but it's a tough pare-down all around:

Temple of the Dog - self-titled
Soundgarden - Superunknown
Tower of Power - Back to Oakland
Diana Krall - Love Scenes
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Couldn't Stand the Weather
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
David Lindley - El Rayo-X
Chuck Leavell - Forever Blue
Smithereens - Especially for You
Bruce Springsteen - The River
Tool - Lateralus and 10,000 Days, usually one right after the other
Metallica - Master of Puppets
B.B. King & Eric Clapton - Riding with the King
Evanescense - Fallen
Lynyrd Skynyrd - Street Survivors
Karrin Allyson - Ballads: Remembering John Coltrane
early pre-Warner R.E.M.
Allman Brothers - Eat a Peach
Eric Clapton - Unplugged
Tom Petty - Full Moon Rising
anything Pixies
Earth, Wind & Fire - Gratitude
Death Angel - The Art of Dying
Nirvana - Nevermind
Judas Priest - Screaming for Vengeance
John Coltrane - Giant Steps
Boston - self-titled

There still are many others of many genres that I listen to all the way through, just because I like 'em and want to...
 
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Be Bop Deluxe, LIVE! In the Air Age

If I was limited to a single album for the rest of my life, it would be this one, and if I was limited to one song, it would be Adventures in a Yorkshire Landscape from this album. That song screams into my soul.

The Glitch Mob, Drink the Sea

Pink Floyd, Dark Side of the Moon
This album got me through one of the worst periods of depression in my life. I listened to it over and over.

Tangerine Dream, Encore

And while its not an album, this videotaped concert by Amy Winehouse


I'm listening to it right now, and all I can say is "Why is it women with such incredible voices are do fucked up in the head?"





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Southern Harmony and Musical Companion by The Black Crowes. Anything of theirs, really, but this one is their best.

Soundtrack to Eddie and The Cruisers




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I so forgot at them, I went straight to Amazon and bought a copy (have it on LP ....somewhere).

The Starburst Finish was a COOOOL Cover.

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White Zombie - La Sexorcisto: Devil Music Vol 1.

From start to finish including all the included sound bytes, is a perfect album. Nothing wrong with it, everything is magnoficent.

I'll also throw Above by Mad Season out there. Listen on vinyl and you can really feel the torture in Layne Staley.


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And while its not an album, this videotaped concert by Amy Winehouse


I'm listening to it right now, and all I can say is "Why is it women with such incredible voices are do fucked up in the head?"



I watch her vids a lot,

her work with the Specials is fantastic as well,



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I just listened to another one tonight I forgot about.

U2 - War


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Styx - The Grand Illusion
 
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Be Bop Deluxe, LIVE! In the Air Age


I so forgot at them, I went straight to Amazon and bought a copy (have it on LP ....somewhere).

The Starburst Finish was a COOOOL Cover.

Thanks Cool


Lots of members know BBD, but until I became a member here no one I knew had heard of them

Another sign of our exquisite taste.





Nice is overrated

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Airsoftguy, June 29, 2018

 
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Vertical Horizon

Everything you Want


Shawn Rife

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Tapestry still my favorite


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