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Yeah, but AR also has Octopus' Garden dragging behind it
I never got to see them in the golden years as well. Although seeing Harpua > Killing in the Name > Harpua on the Fourth of July in Atlanta was awesome.
Hahaha...I figure Octopus's Garden and Maxwell's Silver Hammer combined compared to Rev 9 = six of one, half dozen of the other
Maxwell's Hammer is pretty beat too.. glad they got those two out of the way earlier on in the album.
Mogwai is the ish. I run to Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will on the reg.
Listening to The Last Waltz getting in the mood on the way to pick up a date. The version of It Makes No Difference is an absolute masterpiece. Garth's solo at the end gets better every time I hear it. MMJ does a great cover of it on the Endless Highway tribute album.
Standing on a hill in my mountain of dreams,
Telling myself it's not as hard as it seems - Led Zeppelin
They rolled out Twist > Birds of a Feather > Boogie On Reggae Woman > 2001 late in the second set in Birmingham this fall which was sick.
The Fall - Hex Enduction Hour
Wire - Pink Flag
Neil Young - On The Beach
Brian Eno - Here Comes The Warm Jets
The Velvet Underground & Nico
cordell you need a music badge too man
that is a specialty list right there
I'm putting Neil Young on the F'in Beach on because of that list
Alice in Chains- Dirt
RHCP- Blood Sugar Sex Magic
Counting Crows- August and Everything After
White Zombie- La Sexorsisto; Devil Music Vol. One
Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power
U2- The Joshua Tree
Pearl Jam- Ten
Social Distortion- Self Titled
The Cure- Disintegration
Smashing Pumpkins- Siamese Dream
The Misfits- Walk Among Us
Pink Floyd- Wall, Darkside and Wish You Were Here.
and then any Metallica Album from the '80s
I can't name any of these without feeling guilty for leaving another one out.
All time favs at this time:
1: velvet underground - the velvet underground
2: Loretta Lynn (with jack white) - van Lear rose
3: devil makes three - do wrong right
4: velvet underground - loaded
5: stones - exile on Main Street
Caveot- I'm in a huge Peter tosh and toots & maytals phase but only listen on pandora and don't know the albums well enough. Add Minor Threat to that secondary list too
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What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome.--Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
you are correct mogwai is the ish.... i need to listen to their other albums more often. Mr. Beast and CODY dominate my Mogwai listens.... two amazing albums. Great band. Love them.
Never listened to them before. Just put on Mr. Beast on spotify, definitely great stuff. Only 2 songs in so far.
Enjoy - if you like that one put one either "Earth Divison EP" or "Come On Die Young" next my personal favorites.
All of it is good though
favorite rap albums is a crazy task.... I have some bad taste in rap.
warren g - regulate g funk era
Snoop - doggystyle
young jeezy - let's get it 101
jay-z - vol. 3
Kanye - Late registration
I'm partial to the Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will album. How To Be A Werewolf is a great track, and Rano Pano, Letters to the Metro, & Too Raging To Cheers are my other favorites. Listen to the whole album in succession though for full effect. Like I said it's my go to for a run.
After all of this time, I just finished the final ep of Entourage. Going to California by Zeppelin for the outro? Oh my god that was awesome. And after talking about the IV album today.
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My top 5 in no order
Pink Floyd animals
The doors. The doors.
Rod Stewart. Every picture tells a story from 71( pre poppy stuff)
The who. Tommy
Led zeppelin. Bbc recordings
I'm leaving off some goodies.
Ya, there needs to be a special category for the Beatles
Abby road def my fav.
Chulahoma- The Black keys
Ridin Dirty- UGK
Blood Sugar Sex Magik- RedHotChiliPeppers
Still Standing-Goodie Mob
I don't mind the others but this is one of the most over-rated albums in rap history
I'd rather listen to Eminem and Lady Gaga at the same time
fsufsu said... I've got about 10 great stories on Lane but all you need to know is he will never be a loser, that's for sure.
I was just going to put most if those on my iwn lust, but Fillmore East IMO is a better Brothers Album, but not by much
I alsi would have had Bob Marley Live with newly added Al Anderson on guitar
Bob told him " Just play the blues"
His solo on No Woman No Cry is beautiful
Not sure if I ever told you this, but it is Fully Fullwood, who replaced Robbie Shakespeare on bass in Peter's band is the person who gave me the nickname of Mikey Da Blemblam
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