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Simon & Garfunkel - A Bridge Over Troubled Water



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In addition to AC/DC's Back In Black, I'll submit their Highway To Hell and Let There Be Rock albums as well as ZZ Top's Tres Hombres and Degullo albums to the ones already mentioned. I think we have it covered from A to Z now. Wink
 
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Blue Note.

Purple Rain.

Paul’s Boutique.

Temple of Boom.

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Operation Mindcrime - Queensryche
Face Dances - The Who
Number of the Beast - Iron Maiden



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Lots of good ones listed so far.

I'll add these, because IMO they are complete albums:

Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection & Madman Across the Water

XTC - English Settlement, Mummer, The Big Express, Skylarking, Oranges & Lemons, and Nonsuch.

Yes, I really picked six XTC albums. I'm not saying they were necessarily God-inspired, or even earth-shattering. They're not on most people's greatest albums list. What I am saying is that I believe they understood the concept of putting an album together in these offerings. They're not for everyone. I already know that.



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I'll add these, because IMO they are complete albums:

What I am saying is that I believe they understood the concept of putting an album together in these offerings. They're not for everyone. I already know that.


Do they wow you every time you listen to them in their entirety? Are you floored by them?

There are plenty of albums that everyone can agree are complete, important works conceptually and musically. The point of the thread is for people to share albums they are very passionate about as individuals, not just dig up examples of what they think meets a criteria.

The thread quickly wandered from my original intent, but folks have seemed to enjoy it anyway.
 
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Yes they do. They're the ones I must listen to all the way through, every time. They're personal to me.

I still giggle & shake my head in awe when I listen.

I realize they wouldn't be on most lists.

Apologies for misinterpreting your thread.



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I still giggle & shake my head in awe when I listen.

That is EXACTLY the kind of reaction that intended to be the criteria for the thread. It actually couldn't be better embodied than by your above statement.

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Apologies for misinterpreting your thread.

You apparently interpreted it perfectly. Well done, and thank you.
 
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AC/DC Back in Black
Kid Rock Devil Without a Cause
Hank Williams JR greatest Hits Vol 1




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Miles Davis "Kind of Blue"




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Astral Weeks (Van Morrison)
Soft Bulletin (Flaming Lips)
Peace of Mind (Iron Maiden)
Steel Town (Big Country)
 
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Lastly, you can mention as many as you want, but only do one at a time, and do your best to listen to one that someone else mentions before mentioning another yourself.

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Makes it a little tough to listen to someone’s suggestion when they list eight, but hey, we’re a bunch of free thinkers.

I’ll add Los Lobos’ Kiko at this time.


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I can think of two LP's off the top that I played endlessly back in the day as favorites. Music is so subjective and everybody has their favorite tunes that move them. So many have already posted some great Artists and music. I was listening to some downloaded favorites thru the headsets the other night and was emotionally stirred, likely the songs were individual favorites plus the headphones made them exponentially greater sounding.

But for complete albums, two stick out as favorites..
Shades of Deep Purple
Blind Faith


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Boston, the 1st album


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Lots of good ones listed so far.

I'll add these, because IMO they are complete albums:

Elton John - Tumbleweed Connection & Madman Across the Water

XTC - English Settlement, Mummer, The Big Express, Skylarking, Oranges & Lemons, and Nonsuch.

Yes, I really picked six XTC albums. I'm not saying they were necessarily God-inspired, or even earth-shattering. They're not on most people's greatest albums list. What I am saying is that I believe they understood the concept of putting an album together in these offerings. They're not for everyone. I already know that.



I would add Wasp Star and Apple Venus,

but I am a big fan of XTC


+1 to London Calling and Paul's Boutique


I'll Add

Costello's IbMePdErRoIoAmL, This Years Model, and Get Happy, (and most of his other albums, but these 3 will do,


Kate Bush, Aerial, esp the Sky of Honey long run on side 2



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If you like Layla by Derek and The Dominoes then you really need to check this out! Layla Revisited by Tedeschi Trucks Band.

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I think my answer has been the same for about 36 years.

I can listen to Blow by Blow over and over again. Every musician is perfect on this album.
 
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Deja Vu - by Crosby Stills Nash & Young. I wore my first LP out playing it on a cheap record player while in Vallejo at Nuclear Power School.



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