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Ulysses

...The Cure's Disintegration.  The best album ever made.

 

 

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Ulysses

Don't argue, post the album you've heard that means you can go to music paradise.

 

One per post.  Shove your lists.  :cheese:

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Craig_

Spirit of Eden by Talk Talk. 30 years old now, and nothing's come close since (apart from the follow-up, Laughing Stock). Just the right mix of soul, orchestration, noise, ambience and sheer beauty.

 

 

 

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Maple Leaf

Neil Diamond, Hot August Night.

 

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Jambo-Jimbo

Blondie - Parallel Lines

OMG it's over 40 yrs old now and still one of the best albums ever made imo.

 

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Phil Dunphy

A Night At The Opera takes some beating.

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frankblack
40 minutes ago, Ulysses said:

...The Cure's Disintegration.  The best album ever made.

 

 

 

Great choice.  Saw them at Hyde Park last year and have tickets for Glasgow this year.

 

Are you going to see them?

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Morgan

For me, Queen, anything by Elton or Linda Ronstadt.

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Morgan

Ok.  Just noticed the stipulation of ‘one per post’.  Sorry, Uly. :sad: 

 

Elton.

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Jambo-Jimbo

As it's one per post, another classic.

 

 

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jonesy

Aja, Steely Dan.

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frankblack

Its hard to pick a best Bowie album.  My choice varies depending on my mood, but for now I'll go with Aladin Sane.

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Salad Fingers

Big Country - The Crossing

 

 

 

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Jambo-Jimbo
9 minutes ago, Morgan said:

For me, Queen, anything by Elton or Linda Ronstadt.

 

Different Drum is one I particlarly like, got the single somewhere, strangely was never a hit in the UK for some reason.

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Ulysses
3 minutes ago, frankblack said:

 

Great choice.  Saw them at Hyde Park last year and have tickets for Glasgow this year.

 

Are you going to see them?

 

Sadly not in Dublin, unless I pay a fortune to a "secondary" seller.   I missed the chance to get tickets for their Malahide Castle gig in June.

 

I still haven't given up on another European venue, and trying to figure out how I work a gig into a holiday trip.  Oeiras looks like an attractive option.  :whistling:

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Morgan
2 minutes ago, Jambo-Jimbo said:

 

Different Drum is one I particlarly like, got the single somewhere, strangely was never a hit in the UK for some reason.

Quite erm... ‘nice looking’ too, wasn’t she?  😉

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Jambo-Jimbo
Just now, Morgan said:

Quite erm... ‘nice looking’ too, wasn’t she?  😉

 

Hell yeh.

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Morgan
1 minute ago, Jambo-Jimbo said:

 

Hell yeh.

Like the proverbial ‘rat up a drain’ I’d have been . :biggrin:

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Jambo-Jimbo
7 minutes ago, Morgan said:

Like the proverbial ‘rat up a drain’ I’d have been . :biggrin:

 

Sad that she's ended up with Parkinson's and can't sing anymore.

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Konrad von Carstein

Transformer, Lou Reed.

Can't begin to describe the effect this had on me on first hearing, amazing, and made me look further for musical influences...apparently I like a lot of weird stuff, quotes from Mrs KvC and #1 daughter.

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adambraejambo

Depeche Mode. Violator 

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Lovecraft

 

 

Led Zep

Physical Graffiti

 

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Lovecraft
15 minutes ago, adambraejambo said:

Depeche Mode. Violator 

 

Great shout

 

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Dagger Is Back

Led Zeppelin I

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felix

Image result for astral weeks

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Dunks

 

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Tazio

Tom Waits Raindogs. It has so much going on and so many sides of his writing, mad stories, beautiful ballads, and noisy madness. Lucky enough to see the tour at The Playhouse and it is still in my top 3 gigs of all time.

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benny

Rolling Stones...Sticky Fingers.

 

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willie wallace

 Blood on the Tracks by the one and only Bob Dylan.

 

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Special Agent Dale Cooper
7 hours ago, felix said:

Image result for astral weeks

This!

 

With "Sweet Thing" being my favourite track. The lyrics and arrangement are stunning.

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Der Kaiser

Underworlds 

 

dubnobasswithmyheadman

 

Plenty other artists to choose from but

saw them few years back in Glasgow perform the whole album through which makes it a bit extra special

 

 

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John Findlay

Wish you were here. Pink Floyd.

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Normthebarman
3 hours ago, benny said:

Rolling Stones...Sticky Fingers.

 

I'll see your Sticky Fingers and raise you a Beggars Banquet.

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jambogaz1968

 I mean, it's the Subhumans, are you daft?!?!...go buy the vinyl reissues, strap on your studded belt, pour a drink and embrace this LP's historic, inspiring brand of amazing punk rock fun, politics, irony, '**** you,', spilled beer and never-ending radness...no really...go buy it...or else radioactive badgers will chew off your face..and everyone wants to keep their face from a vicious badger chewing...everyone!

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Bridge of Djoum

Image result for pet shop boys actually

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Debut 4

Epic.

 

A demonstration of their ability to take a mixture of art rock, new wave and soft rock songs from their collection and turn them into stadium anthems.

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Bauld

 

 

 

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Jamboelite
9 hours ago, John Findlay said:

Wish you were here. Pink Floyd.

Seconded

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Jamhammer

Image result for the clash london calling

 

It's the perfect album. From the cover and the title track to Train in Vain. If I could only listen to one album for the rest of my life it would be this. The band changed my life. No shit.

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CavySlaveJambo
22 hours ago, Konrad von Carstein said:

Transformer, Lou Reed

Is that the Album that Mick Ronson produced for Lou Reed? 

 

I am another vote for Queen, but going back to the early days and Queen II.  March of the Black Queen is amazing and it shows the beginnings of two of their other epics. 

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3fingersreid

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scott herbertson

Tough choice (too tough)

 

But probably this

 

 

 

Shostakovich subtitled it “A Soviet Artist’s Response to Justified Criticism” , usually thought to be a front for it really expressing the tragedy of Stalin's russia and the death of his friends at the hands of the regime

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peter_hmfc

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Tott
3 hours ago, 3fingersreid said:

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Had that(probably still have it somewhere) on vinyl..great album.

 

anyway

 

London Calling already been mentioned.

Never mind the bollocks,should ,no doubt get a mention somewhere.

 

 

But "plastic surgery disasters" by the Dead kennedys is just punk   perfection

 

 

 

 

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Konrad von Carstein
10 hours ago, CavySlaveJambo said:

Is that the Album that Mick Ronson produced for Lou Reed? 

 

I am another vote for Queen, but going back to the early days and Queen II.  March of the Black Queen is amazing and it shows the beginnings of two of their other epics. 

Bowie and Ronson...

 

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Ribble

Black Sabbath - Paranoid

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3fingersreid
7 hours ago, Tott said:

Had that(probably still have it somewhere) on vinyl..great album.

 

anyway

 

London Calling already been mentioned.

Never mind the bollocks,should ,no doubt get a mention somewhere.

 

 

But "plastic surgery disasters" by the Dead kennedys is just punk   perfection

 

 

 

 

Vinyl is what I’ve got , hope you find yours, I’ve seen them sell for £75 😀

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