I'll go with:
Dark Side of the Moon
Wish You Were Here
Chicago at Carnegie Hall
Derek & the Dominos at the Fillmore East
Something New - The Beatles
Grand Funk Railroad - Survival
Greatest Hits collections don't count, maybe live albums shouldn't either (even though I included a few).
Second Album - Roy Buchanan
Grace - Jeff Buckley
Super Session - Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield, Stephen Stills
Put on some quality headphones and dig into this one. It's got to be the best album of the 80s. Surely it's Queensrÿche's best.
My dad used to wake us up on Sunday morning with that album.
The Captain and Me
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|bigger government |
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Oh man. Great thread!
INXS - X
U2 - Joshua Tree
Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Sasha - Airdrawndagger
Shiny Toy Guns - We Are Pilots
Norah Jones - Come Away With Me
A-ha - Stay On These Roads
Okay that's all over the landscape, style-wise. The thing is, I'm a full album guy and I hope that with the internet, iTunes, and singles/EPs being so popular, that the idea of an album doesn't go away. So many of the albums in this thread are so prolific because they tell a story. A story about the artist, a time in your life or history. Etc.
Man Arc, what a great idea.
“The urge to save humanity is almost always only a false-face for the urge to rule it.”—H.L. Mencken
Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime
Queen - A Kind of Magic
Iron Maiden - Piece of Mind, Somewhere in Time
Emerson Lake and Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery, Pictures at an Exhibiton
Triumph - Allied Forces
Let all Men know thee, but no man know thee thoroughly: Men freely ford that see the shallows.
Lyle Mays - Lyle Mays
Yes - Close to the Edge
Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays - As Falls Wichita, So Falls Wichita Falls
Bill Bruford - One of a Kind (Progressive rock, Allan Holdsworth on guitar)
Donald Fagan -The Nightfly
Al Stewart - Year of the Cat
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV
"Lion Heart is all heart, Smarty Jones is all out!!!"
Some I agree with and some I don't...but, some great answers so far. I would nominate The Rolling Stones Let It Bleed.
Alice In Chains - Jar of Flies
Police - Syncronicity
Rush - 2112
Creedence - Cosmos Factory.
Cream - Disraeli Gears
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys
Deep Purple - Made in Japan
The Clash - London Calling
Clapton - EC Was Here
Billy Joel - The Stranger
Eagles Greatest Hits - the first one
Jackson Browne - Running on Empty
|Republican in training|
These are ones that I own that come to mind, I'm sure there are more:
Ry Cooder - Paradise and Lunch (1974)
Linda Ronstadt - What's New (1983)
Chris Isaak - San Fransisco Days (1993)
The Lemonheads - It's a Shame About Ray (1992)
Sade - Love Deluxe (1992)
Grateful Dead - Workingman's Dead (1970)
Marty Robbins - Gunfighter Ballads and Trail Songs (1959)
Marc Cohn - Marc Cohn (1991)
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead (1986)
10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe (1987)
Depeche Mode - Music for the Masses (1987)
U2 - Under a Blood Red Sky - (1983)
I like Sigs and HK's, and maybe Glocks
Being a Winwood and Mason fan I'll toss in Traffic- Shootout At The Fantasy Factory.
Regards, Will G.
|Little ray |
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here.
The fish is mute, expressionless. The fish doesn't think because the fish knows everything.
|There is a world elsewhere|
Big Audio Dynamite - This is Big Audio Dynamite
A well balanced breakfast being necessary to the start of a healthy day, the right of the people to keep and eat food shall not be infringed.
Alanis Morissette. Jagged Little Pill 1995.
|Legalize the Constitution|
I think these albums are all good too.
Wonder What’s Next: Chevelle
Forever Blue: Chris Isaac
Brothers in Arms: Dire Straits
The Highway: Holly Williams
Living and Dying in 3/4 Time: Jimmy Buffett
10 Days Out (Blues from the Backroads): Kenny Wayne Shepherd and others
Come On In: R.L. Burnside
Santana III: Santana
Exit 0: Steve Earle and the Dukes
Separate Ways: Teddy Thompson
Til the Casket Drops: ZZ Ward
I wanted badly to put a Van Morrison album on this list. “Enlightenment” comes close. “Astral Week’s” is considered by many to be among the GOAT—I have to be in the mood though.
We got a $5 fine for whining
Dire Straits: Love Over Gold
Third Eye Blind: Third Eye Blind
Though we choose between reality and madness
It's either sadness or euphoria
The Guess Who- "American Woman"
if forced to pick one other than greatest hits.
City to City - Gerry Rafferty
“I'm fat because everytime I do your girlfriend, she gives me a cookie”.
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