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Top 10 Fav CD's/albums of all time

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Since everyone is listing their fav movies, I thought it might be interesting to read what some of your fav cd's are through the years?

My list could change from one moment to the next, as it's impossible to remember everything, but I'm not looking so much for cd's that are considered artistically great, but rather cd's that spoke to you, or had special meaning in your life.

In no particular order...

1. The Village Green Preservation Society-The Kinks

2. Meet the Beatles-The Fab Four

3. Car Wheels on a Gravel Road-Lucinda Williams

4. After the Gold Rush-Neil Young

5. Mr Tambourine Man-The Byrds

6. Beggars Banquet-The Rolling Stones

7. Return of the Hellecasters-The Hellecasters

8. Layla-Eric Clapton

9. Live in Japan '65-The Ventures

10. Super Session-Mike Bloomfield/Al Kooper
 

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1. Morrissey- Vauxhall And I

2. The Clash- London Calling

3. The Velvet Underground- The Velvet Underground

4. The Smiths- Strangeways, Here We Come

5. The Cure- Boys Don't Cry

6. The Rolling Stones- Aftermath

7. The Kinks- Face To Face

8. Morrissey- Your Arsenal

9. The Stooges- Fun House

10. Franz Ferdinand- Franz Ferdinand
 

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In no particular order.......


Elvis Costello -- Get Happy

Flaming Lips -- Soft Bulletin

Genesis -- Foxtrot

XTC -- Black Sea

Yes -- the Yes Album

New Pornographers -- Twin Cinema

Boo Radleys -- Giant Steps

Brian Eno -- Another Green World

Radiohead -- The Bends

Arcade Fire -- Funeral
 

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I had to choose eleven. It is impossible to eliminate one. All of these, while I don't currently listen to all of them, I view as fully realized pieces of art.....complete and perfect. Not in any particular order......except for The Bends, of course.


Radiohead - The Bends

Dave Matthews Band - Under the Table and Dreaming

The Beatles - Abbey Road

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Deja Vu

Stevie Wonder - Innervisions

kd lang - Ingenue

Alison Krauss and Union Station - New Favorite

Jamiroquai - The Return of the Space Cowboy

Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique

Public Enemy - Fear of a Black Planet

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
 

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My top ten this time is:

  1. Highway to Hell - AC/DC
  2. Crossfire - Stevie Ray Vaughn
  3. Appetite for Destruction - Guns n Roses
  4. Live at Leeds - The Who
  5. Made in Japan - Deep Purple
  6. Led Zeppelin 1 - Led Zep
  7. The River - Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
  8. Back in Black - AC/DC
  9. Allman Brothers Live at the Filmore East
  10. Blow your face out - J. Geils Band
 

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Originally posted by mixedmedia:
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Deja Vu
Why not 4 Way Street? You still get Deja Vu!
 

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U2 - The Joshua Tree
PJ Harvey - To Bring You my Love
Hole - Live Through This
PJ Harvey - Is This Desire?
Pearl Jam - Vitalogy
Joan Osborne - Relish
Alice in Chains - Jar of Flies
Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes
Soundgarden - Superunknown
Kula Shaker - K
 

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The Beatles - Abbey Road

The Beatles - (publically named) White album

Pink Floyd - Wish you were here

Pink Floyd - The Wall

Metallica - Call of Katulu

Led Zepplin - Led Zepplin IV

XTC - Skylarking

Fiona Apple - Tidal

Oasis - Whats the Story Morning Glory?

James Taylor - Greatest Hits

Thats 11, but don't tell anyone. shhh
 
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Nice to see XTC, Kinks, and Joan Osborne on here. Not too many female vocalists are in the same league as Joan.
 

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In no particular order:
  1. Patty Griffin- Living with Ghosts
  2. The Stone Roses-The Stone Roses
  3. Bran Van 3000-Glee
  4. Galaxie 500-On Fire
  5. Imani Coppola-Chupacabra
  6. Tom Waits-Nighthawks at the Diner
  7. John Wesley Harding-Here Comes the Groom
  8. Joni Mitchell-Blue
  9. Nanci Griffith-One Fair Summer Evening
  10. Tina and the B-Sides-The Last Polka
 

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My top ten, in no order are:

"Boys for Pele" by Tori Amos
"Closer" by Josh Groban
"Affirmation" by Savage Garden
"Want" by Rufus Wainwright
"The Holy Bible" by Rufus Wainwright
"The Best of Nirvana" by Nirvana
"Automatic for The People" by REM
"Without You I'm Nothing" by Placebo
"Lest We Forget" by Marilyn Manson
"Jagged Little Pill" by Alanis Morissette
 
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