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Partial dichotomy
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The Real McKenzies--Loch'd & Loaded
Flogging Molly--Drunken Lullabies
Dropkick Murphys--Blackout
The Bloody Irish Boys--Drunk Rock


I think I see a pattern. Wink




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"Super Session"
Album by Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield, and Stephen Stills


Amen, brother, Amen


Muddy Waters - Hard Again

Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska


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Atlanta Rhythm Section, Champagne Jam




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Herb Alpert
Going Places
South of the border
Whipped creme





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california
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Whipped creme
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Imagination and focus
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Fleetwood Mac- Rumours
 
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Candy-O by The Cars


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Listening to this tonight, surprised not to see this in this thread.

This album was played non stop on FM radio when released. Six of the songs were basically FM hits. Huge record. And the songs were great.

Like Back in Black, Who's Next, Van Halen I, Rumours , albums like these do not come along too often; multiple hit songs from a defining album.



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I gotta know,

what percentage of these have you purchased?





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Full Moon Fever by Tom Petty


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wow,

blast from the past,


I'll add (and I think I have not posted these)

Simple Minds, New Gold Dream
Simple Minds, Sparkle in the Rain

Ultravox, Vienna

Costello's Trust
Costello's IbPeEdRrIoAoLm (Imperial Bedroom)



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Cheap Trick...Live at Budakan.
 
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Talk Talk,

The Colour of Spring



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Plowing straight ahead come what may
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Dire Straights Brothers In Arms

Jethro Tull Benefit

Creedence Clearwater Revival Green River

Janis Joplin Pearl


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I'm late to this thread, but here are a few that I like all the way through:

Van Halen
Van Halen, 1984, 5150

Queensryche
(really all of their early stuff, but)
The Warning, Rage for Order, Operation Mindcrime, Empire

Iron Maiden
Powerslave

Metallica
Master of Puppets
 
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Two Thelonious Monk albums:

Brilliant Corners
Monk's Dream
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Originally posted by soggy_spinout:
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
Chuck Leavell - Forever Blue
John Coltrane - Giant Steps
Looking for more jazz.... I may have missed some, but ^ I sampled those three and added them to my wishlist to buy.
 
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Murray The K, Live at the Brooklyn Fox.



Loan this baby out decades ago, the person moved after quitting work and I never got the album back.
 
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Van Halen
Van Halen II
Van Halen: 1984
Van Halen: 5150
Dido, No Angel and Life For Rent
Mumford and Sons: Babel and Sigh No More
Moby: Play
U2 Joshua Tree
Cake: Fashion Nugget, Showroom of Compassion, Pressure Chief and Comfort Eagle
Enigma: MCMXC AD and The Cross of Changes
Eric Clapton: Slow Hand
Foo Fighters: One By One
Pink Floyd: Momentary Lapse of Reason, DSOTM, Wish You Were Here, The Wall

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Master of one hand
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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


^^^ still my list. But add We Five - You were on my mind/Make someone happy double album



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Cheap Trick.....In Color.
 
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