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« on: 01 Sep 2005, 13:38 »

What are your essential CD's that you think everyone should own?  Mine are:

The Moon and Antartica- Modest Mouse
Take Off's and Landings- Rilo Kiley
We Have The Facts and Were Voting Yes- Death Cab For Cutie
Yoshami Battles The Pink Robots- The Flaming Lips
Sea Change- Beck
Automatic For The People- REM
The Bends- Radiohead
Figure 8- Elliott Smith
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« Reply #1 on: 01 Sep 2005, 13:56 »

There was a thread about this somewhere.  Yeah.
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« Reply #2 on: 01 Sep 2005, 15:44 »

Pretty much every album by these guys:




El RESIDENTES



There. This thread is officially over.
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« Reply #3 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:08 »

The White Album, Revolver, Rubber Soul. Nobody should be without one of those albums.
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« Reply #4 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:43 »

The Beatles - Abbey Road
Jimi Hendrix - Axis Bold As Love
Cream - Disraeli Gears
The "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Soundtrack
Primus - Sailing The Seas Of Cheese
Miles Davis - Live-Evil
John Coltrane - Giant Steps
Ornetter Coleman - New York Is Now
Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah-Um
Eels - Electro Shock Blues
Modest Mouse - The Moon & Antartica
Oingo Boingo - Only A Lad
Devo - Q: Are We Not Men? A: We Are Devo!
Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy
The Arcade Fire - Funeral
Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones ::and:: Raindogs

These are just some of many albums that I think everyone should own. There are many many more.
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« Reply #5 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:45 »

Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd
In The Aeroplane Over The Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel
You're A Woman, I'm A Machine - Death From Above 1979
London Calling - The Clash
I - Led Zeppelin
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« Reply #6 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:48 »

Stars - Set Yourself on Fire
The Decemberists - Castaways and Cutouts
The Dresden Dolls - self titled i think...
NMH - On Avery Island
Olivia Tremor Control - A Dusk at Cubist Castle
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« Reply #7 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:49 »

Radiohead - Kid A
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Getz/Gilberto
The Cure - Disintegration
Fela Kuti - Roforofo Fight
The Doors - The Doors
Sublime - 40 Oz. to Freedom
The Beatles - The White Album
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« Reply #8 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:51 »

The Dismemberment Plan - Emergency & I
The Dismemberment Plan - The Dismemberment Plan is Terrified
Mock Orange - Mind is Not Brain
Mock Orange - Nines and Sixes
Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica
Death Cab for Cutie - We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes
The Flaming Lips - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots
Bear Vs. Shark - Terrorhawk
Destroyer - Streethawk, A Seduction
Neil Young - After the Gold Rush
Neil Young - Harvest
Television - Marquee Moon
Richard Hell and the Voidoids - Blank Generation
The Beatles - Revolver
The Beatles - Abbey Road
The Beatles - Rubber Soul
The Walkmen - Everyone Who Pretended to Like Me is Gone
The Walkmen - Bows and Arrows
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - The Tyranny of Distance
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« Reply #9 on: 01 Sep 2005, 16:53 »

At the Drive-In - Relationship Of Command
North of America - This Is Dancefloor Numerology
North of America - Brothers, Sisters
Drive Like Jehu - Yank Crime
Shellac - At Action Park
Lightning Bolt - Wonderful Rainbow
Dave Brubeck - Time Out
Beatles - Abbey Road
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« Reply #10 on: 01 Sep 2005, 17:55 »

Word to the Brubeck.

Essential Jazz:
Miles Davis - 7 Steps To Heaven *and* Kind Of Blue *and* Live-Evil
Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, and Max Roach - Jazz At Masey Hall
Lee Morgan - Cornbread
John Coltrane - Blue Train *and* Giant Steps *and* A Love Supreme
Ornette Coleman - New York Is Now *and* The Shape Of Jazz That Is Come
Dave Brubeck - Time Out
Gary Burton - any CD with "Lines" on it.
Thelonious Monk - Criss-Cross *and* Straight, No Chaser
Jimmy Smith/Wes Montgomery - The Dynamic Duo
Jimmy Smith - The Sermon
Wes Montgomery - The Incredible Jazz Guitar
Clifford Brown/Max Roach - all the stuff they did together.
Charles Mingus - Mingus Ah-Um
Herbie Hancock - Maiden Voyage *and* Headhunters

Yeah. There's plenty more.
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« Reply #11 on: 01 Sep 2005, 20:23 »

Bob Dylan - Highway 61 Revisited ::and:: Blonde on Blonde

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« Reply #12 on: 01 Sep 2005, 21:17 »

Oh geez, this is always hard as it seems to change often....right now it looks like this:

1. Skinny Puppy - VIVIsectVI
2. Tom Waits - Blue Valentines
3. Haujobb - Solutions for a Small Planet/ninety-nine
4. Iszoloscope - Au Seuil du Neant
5. Antigen Shift - Implicit Structures
6. The Smiths - The Queen is Dead/Meat is Murder
7. Android Lust - Stripped and Stitched
8. Coil - Love's Secret Domain
9. Throbbing Gristle - Live December 2004 A Souvenir Of Camber Sands
10. Chris Connely - Shipwreck
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« Reply #13 on: 01 Sep 2005, 21:41 »

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Ornette Coleman - New York Is Now *and* The Shape Of Jazz That Is Come


Actually, it's "The Shape of Jazz to Come"
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« Reply #14 on: 02 Sep 2005, 04:01 »

No Moon Safari? You all dissappoint me.
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« Reply #15 on: 02 Sep 2005, 06:44 »

I do not own or have not downloaded almost all of these CD's. Woohoo.

Ones not mentioned so far (as far as I remember, I skimmed). Rough chronological order:

Tom Lehrer - An Evening Wasted With...
Bob Dylan - The Times They Are A-Changin'/The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan
Johnny Cash - At San Quentin
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon/Meddle
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Genesis - Selling England By the Pound/The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
The Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks, Heres...
Bauhaus  - In the Flat Field(+Bela Lugosi's Dead or Crackle)
The Anti-Nowhere League - We Are The League
Dead Can Dance - Box Set 1981-1998 (A choice is impossible)
Slayer - Reign in Blood
Venom - Black Metal
The Sisters of Mercy - Floodland
Iron Maiden - Powerslave
Sol Invictus - The Death of the West
Sabbat - History of a Time to Come
Judas Priest - Painkiller
Burzum - Burzum w/ Aske EP
Darkthrone - A Blaze in the Northern Sky/Transilvanian Hunger
Inkubus Sukkubus - Beltaine
KMFDM - Angst
Type O Negative - Bloody Kisses
Bathory - Blood on Ice

Listen to that lot and leave with your musical tastes intact. I dares ya.
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« Reply #16 on: 02 Sep 2005, 07:22 »

I think that Bob Dylan's Blood on the Tracks is the best thing he has ever recorded. Definently a must-buy.
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« Reply #17 on: 02 Sep 2005, 13:02 »

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Miles Davis - 7 Steps To Heaven *and* Kind Of Blue *and* Live-Evil


... What about Birth Of Cool?
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« Reply #18 on: 02 Sep 2005, 14:40 »

While Birth of the Cool is a great CD, I don't think it's an essential. But, it is in the 5 phases of Miles.

* Birth of the Cool
** Workin' With the Miles Davis Quartet (or any of the other qaurtet cds)
*** Kind Of Blue
**** Nefertiti
***** Bitch's Brew
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« Reply #19 on: 02 Sep 2005, 18:53 »

Beatles - Hard Days Night, White Album, Abbey Road, Revolver
Mogwai - Rock Action
Ted Leo/Rx - The Tyranny of Distance
Built To Spill - Keep It Like A Secret
DCFC - Transatlantacism
Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty
Four Tet - Rounds
Alkaline Trio - Goddamnit, Maybe I'll Catch Fire, S/T, From Here To Infirmary
DFA179 - You're A Woman, I'm A Machine
Jawbreaker - Dear You
Metric - Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?
Matthew Good Band - Beautiful Midnight
The Misfits - American Psycho
Wilco - AM, Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Elliot Smith - Either/Or
Weezer - Pinkerton, Green Album
The Cure - Disintegration, Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me
The Album Leaf - In A Safe Place
Sebadoh - Harmacy
The Pixies - Doolittle
Hot Water Music - Caution
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« Reply #20 on: 02 Sep 2005, 19:22 »

Oh,  I forgot about Built to Spill!

There's Nothing Wrong With Love and Keep it Like a Secret are total must-haves. Personally, Perfect From Now On is my fav, but it's not as easy to get into as the other two.
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« Reply #21 on: 02 Sep 2005, 19:26 »

Wilco-All of em
Ryan Adams-Gold, Heartbreaker
Uncle Tupelo-All of em
Johnny Cash-Live at Folsom Prison
Joe Strummer and the Mescaleros-all of em
All of the Clash, cept cut the crap
eels-electro shock blues
Bob Dylan-Blood on the Outtakes, Highway 61
Beck-All of em cept mellow gold
there's so much MORE
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« Reply #22 on: 02 Sep 2005, 19:56 »

I forgot the best of all...

The Talking Heads - The Name of the Band is the Talking Heads

Probably the best live compilation (and superior to the famous Stop Making Sense) of one of the best bands you're likely to hear.
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« Reply #23 on: 02 Sep 2005, 20:46 »

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Listen to that lot and leave with your musical tastes intact. I dares ya.


Shouldn't be too hard to leave with my taste intact.  Anything involving Pete Steele pretty much guarantees it (I don't think Type O Negative can ever be forgiven for October Rust).

See, for me, Screaming For Vengance was overall a better Priest album, although Painkiller was a lot harder.

My favorite Bauhaus was actually Rest In Peace: The Final Concert (which later became an ironic title; stupid bands reuniting) which I unfortunately no longer own.

KMFDM failed to impress me live, although recorded they aren't that bad.

And I'm surprised you didn't include My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult's Confessions of a Knife.  I figured it'd be right up your alley.

Good looks on most of the others though.  The ones I recognize, anyways. :P
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« Reply #24 on: 02 Sep 2005, 21:36 »

The Moody Blues - To My Children's Clildren's Children
Bob Dylan - Infedels
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« Reply #25 on: 02 Sep 2005, 21:47 »

Elvis Costello - All this Useless Beauty
Over The Rhine - Good dog, Bad Dog
Ladtyron - 604
Chagall Guevera (self titled)
The Innocence Mission - Glow
The Violet Burning - Demonstrates Plastic and Elastic
The Prayer Chain - Mercury
Belle and Sebastian - If you're feeling sinister
Rilo Kiley - Take offs and landings

OK, I'll stop there.
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« Reply #26 on: 02 Sep 2005, 22:03 »

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Shouldn't be too hard to leave with my taste intact.  Anything involving Pete Steele pretty much guarantees it (I don't think Type O Negative can ever be forgiven for October Rust).


What's wrong with October Rust o.o

Yeah, what you're forgetting though you see, along with a lot of others, is that this is an 'essential records' list. Not a 'your favourite records of all time' list. It should be the basics and the classics, with personal bias of course, but still. There's no Skyclad on the list for example, unthinking for me. And there's many better punk albums than Never Mind the Bollocks, however it has to be included for it's seminal nature. There are tonnes of classic albums and artists from every genre left off (I'd mention Siouxsie and the Banshees, Nosferatu and Christian Death for goth before MLWtTKK personally), but that's besides the point. I tried to fulfill the purpose, with only a few cop-outs (seriously though, that Dead Can Dance box set will be some of the best money you ever spend). Now, if we were talking 'essential black metal albums'* or something, it would be totally different of course.

*For black black, the Burzum, Venom and Darkthrone listed, plus Mayhem - De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas, Immortal - Battles in the North, Emperor - In the Nightside Eclipse, Ulver - Nattens Madrigal, Sigh - Scorn Defeat, Carpathian Forest - Defending the Throne of Evil, and Bathory - Under the Sign of the Black Mark, and I'll stop there.
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« Reply #27 on: 02 Sep 2005, 22:10 »

Anyone who doesn't own at least the first half of the Franz Ferdinand album is dead inside.
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« Reply #28 on: 03 Sep 2005, 00:13 »

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Yeah, what you're forgetting though you see, along with a lot of others, is that this is an 'essential records' list. Not a 'your favourite records of all time' list. It should be the basics and the classics, with personal bias of course, but still. There's no Skyclad on the list for example, unthinking for me. And there's many better punk albums than Never Mind the Bollocks, however it has to be included for it's seminal nature. There are tonnes of classic albums and artists from every genre left off (I'd mention Siouxsie and the Banshees, Nosferatu and Christian Death for goth before MLWtTKK personally), but that's besides the point. I tried to fulfill the purpose, with only a few cop-outs (seriously though, that Dead Can Dance box set will be some of the best money you ever spend). Now, if we were talking 'essential black metal albums'* or something, it would be totally different of course.


No not forgetting that at all.  Painkiller for example, is a great Priest album.  But not nearly as seminal or even essential as Screaming For Vengeance or, better yet, British Steel when considering the strengths and high points for the group's work as a whole.

Similarly, while Angst includes the brilliant "Sucks" and "A Drug Against War," it's nowhere near as "essential" a KMFDM album as Naive.

So in the end, if we're talking about essential albums that everyone should own then we need to think about the term in the abstract, regardless of personal preference in sound and taste.  I'm with you, more or less, on your choices for Bauhaus and even the Sisters of Mercy, as those two choices would no doubt represent the best of their respective works and the defining sound for each specific band.  But whereas Bauhaus represents an essential album, since that was more or less the defining element of the goth sound, I don't know that SoM's Floodland would warrant the same attention.  

So what then is the criteria for essential?  Essential for you is obviously something different than what it is to me, but either way it needs to be something that either (a) shook the foundations of music and/or changed the landscape of a respective sound or genre, and/or (b) represents the absolute best of said genre/artist.  SoM may fall into the b category, but nothing they did was extraordinarily influential.

That said, while I made comments on what you consider to be essential, I never really gave any of my own.  A few:

Queen - A Night At The Opera
David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
The Beatles - The White Album
Fleetwood Mac - s/t
Orbital - Orbital
The Orb - The Orb's Adventures Beyond The Ultraworld
Public Enemy - It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
Boogie Down Productions - Criminal Minded
Run D.M.C. - Raising Hell
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
LTJ Bukem Presents - Logical Progression
Metalheadz Presents - Platinum Breakz
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« Reply #29 on: 03 Sep 2005, 00:38 »

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The Moody Blues - To My Children's Clildren's Children


I'd argue On The Threshold Of A Dream, but all their early stuff really was pretty revolutionary.
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« Reply #30 on: 03 Sep 2005, 02:35 »

must owns.....

The Smalls- The Smalls
Propaghandi- How to Clean Everything (unless of course your anti-political, anti-gay, and basically if you are any sort of conformist)
Operation Ivy- Energy
Blink 182- Cheshire Cat so you can see how good the band that ruined punk used to be!


I got nothing else to add that hasen't already been stated... that I actually read. I mean there is some really great stuff listed.
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« Reply #31 on: 03 Sep 2005, 02:53 »

the New Pornographers - Mass Romantic
the New Pornographers - Twin Cinema
Broken Social Scene - You Left it in People
the Arcade Fire - Untitled (it is their Debut EP)
the Arcade Fire - Funeral
Modest Mouse - the Moon and Antarctica (many agree here it seems)

Personal thoughts on must owns...

AC Newman - The Slow Wonder (cant believe I had to look the name of that album up)

Neko Case - Tiger Army (I think that is the name of the album at least, dont have it right now so cant look hehe)
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« Reply #32 on: 03 Sep 2005, 05:52 »

If I should pick one album that I think everyone should at least have the pleasure of listening to once, it would be:

Under Byen - Det er Mig Der Holder Trĉerne Sammen

Arguably the best danish piece of plastic ever recorded.
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« Reply #33 on: 03 Sep 2005, 06:49 »

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The Talking Heads - The Name of the Band is the Talking Heads

Probably the best live compilation (and superior to the famous Stop Making Sense) of one of the best bands you're likely to hear.



If we're talking about the album version of Stop Making Sense, of course it trumps it; but the video Stop Making Sense is easily better than "The Name of the Band...".  The whole energy of that performance is amazing.


Also, Bitches Brew is way better than anything else Miles Davis did.
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« Reply #34 on: 03 Sep 2005, 06:54 »

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whereas Bauhaus represents an essential album, since that was more or less the defining element of the goth sound, I don't know that SoM's Floodland would warrant the same attention.  


I disagree on that. 'Floodland' is, even if it may only really be because of This Corrosion, as stereotypically goth as you can get, in the amount of people that own it, and I believe in their influence as well. There are a good few goth bands who have some influences from the sisters, really. Plus, it's probably more accessible than a lot of Bauhaus.
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« Reply #35 on: 03 Sep 2005, 07:56 »

Khar - I said Dark Side <_>
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« Reply #36 on: 03 Sep 2005, 10:23 »

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Also, Bitches Brew is way better than anything else Miles Davis did.


Ever heard "Get Up With It"? That's like super-Bitches Brew. I like Live-Evil more personally, but yeah, those three top his fusion work no competition.
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« Reply #37 on: 03 Sep 2005, 16:11 »

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Word to the Brubeck.


Word to the word to the Brubeck.

Besides that:

Remain in Light - Talking Heads
Pink Moon - Nick Drake
Squirrel Nut Zippers - Hot
Built to Spill - Perfect From Now On
The Flaming Lips - The Soft Bulletin
Supergrass - In It for the Money
Jeff Buckley - Grace
Anything with Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No.2

These would be among the first I would give to someone with no respectable (in my mind) musical background, so I call them essential.
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« Reply #38 on: 03 Sep 2005, 16:18 »

OH MAN! I forgot the Squirrel Nut Zippers! My essential vote for them goes to Perrenial Favorites.
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« Reply #39 on: 03 Sep 2005, 17:42 »

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The Talking Heads - The Name of the Band is the Talking Heads

Probably the best live compilation (and superior to the famous Stop Making Sense) of one of the best bands you're likely to hear.



If we're talking about the album version of Stop Making Sense, of course it trumps it; but the video Stop Making Sense is easily better than "The Name of the Band...".  The whole energy of that performance is amazing.


Probably, but this is for CD's. I have yet to see the actual live concert/movie of Stop Making Sense, so I can't be a judge. All I know is that just about everyone rates The Name of higher than Making Sense, and I agree.
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« Reply #40 on: 03 Sep 2005, 17:51 »

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Anything with Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No.2


Curses for ruining my sense of gleefully outlandish and superior musical taste, I own that on cassette. *shakes fist*

I'll add a few more I thought of:

The Misfits - Static Age
Cock Sparrer - Shock Troops
Napalm Death - Scum
Carcass - Reek Of Putrefaction/Heartwork
Skyclad - Prince of the Poverty Line*
At The Gates - Slaughter of the Soul
Dark Tranquillity - The Gallery
Sopor Aeternus and the Ensemble of Shadows - Dead Lovers Sarabande
Ancient Rites - Dim Carcosa**

*I changed my mind
**Mainly because it's the best album ever. I've never met anyone who'd heard it who didn't like it.
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« Reply #41 on: 03 Sep 2005, 18:15 »

I'd also like to add Paul Simon's Graceland.
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« Reply #42 on: 03 Sep 2005, 18:18 »

Neutral Milk Hotel - In THe Aeroplane Over the Sea
Super Furry Animals - Radiator
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
The Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Spoon - Girls Can Tell
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

(list of standard classic-rock must owns go here)
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« Reply #43 on: 03 Sep 2005, 18:31 »

Fuck, I really do own very, very, very few of everyone's suggestions.

And yet I am not going to do anything about this.

Here we see in stark and hideous detail the futility and pointlessness of the internet.
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« Reply #44 on: 03 Sep 2005, 19:45 »

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« Reply #45 on: 03 Sep 2005, 19:53 »

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Probably, but this is for CD's. I have yet to see the actual live concert/movie of Stop Making Sense, so I can't be a judge. All I know is that just about everyone rates The Name of higher than Making Sense, and I agree.


If we're talking CDs, then "The Name of The Band" is so massively superior that it makes babies' faces explode. Although I seriously reccomend seeing the movie; it really is the best concert film ever.
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but the music sucks because the keyboards don't have the cold/mechanical sound they had but a wannabe techno sound that it's pathetic for Rammstein standars.

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« Reply #46 on: 03 Sep 2005, 20:01 »

I'm going to throw down here, feel free to laugh heartily if necessary!

Rob Dougan - Furious Angels
Prodigy - Experience
Massive Attack - Mezzanine
Portishead - Dummy
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works Vol.2
Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine, The Fragile
Sneaker Pimps - Becoming X
Faithless - Sunday 8pm
The Ramones - The Ramones
The Stranglers - Rattus Norvegicus
The Jam - Beat Surrender
The Style Council - Our Favourite Shop
The Buzzcocks - Live In Paris
Jesus Jones - Doubt
Inspiral Carpets - Life
The Happy Mondays - Pills 'n' Thrills And Bellyaches
The Stone Roses - Second Coming
Manic Street Preachers - Gold Against The Soul, The Holy Bible
Depeche Mode - Violator
Primal Scream - Vanishing Point
Queensryche - Operation: Mindcrime
Soundgarden - Down On The Upside
Snow Patrol - When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up
Ryan Adams - Heartbreaker
The Futureheads - The Futureheads
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« Reply #47 on: 03 Sep 2005, 20:06 »

Bonus points for the Queensryche mention.
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but the music sucks because the keyboards don't have the cold/mechanical sound they had but a wannabe techno sound that it's pathetic for Rammstein standars.

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« Reply #48 on: 03 Sep 2005, 20:38 »

I've heard a lot about Queensryche. They interest me, for some reason or another.
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« Reply #49 on: 03 Sep 2005, 20:54 »

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Anything with Franz Liszt's Hungarian Rhapsody No.2


Curses for ruining my sense of gleefully outlandish and superior musical taste, I own that on cassette. *shakes fist*


But you DO agree that it is awesome, right?
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