Perfect Albums (Read 326 times)


Regular ass person

    +1 on Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

    Disintegration

    YoshimI Battles the Pink Robots

      Paul  Simon - Graceland

      Boston - First album

      MJ - Off the Wall

      Guns and Roses - Appetite for Destruction

       

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      On a limb here, but the only other albums I liked all the way through that I still listen to often are

       

      Enya - First Album

      Moodswings - MoodFood  (Most have never heard of it, kind of a new age sound), and

      Vangelis - Direct, and Vangelis, Oceanic.

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        Yeah, I guess +1 for Appetite for Destruction. I've gone back and forth all day about it but if I were stranded on an island I would want it.

          Big +1 for Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms. Also like the picks for Boston, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd & Cars. Lots of great suggestions. A few more off the top of my head -

           

          Eagles - Hotel California

          Pink Floyd - Animals

          Rush - Permanent Waves

          Aerosmith - Toys in the Attic or Get your Wings

           

          Yeah, I'm old Big grin

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          PleasantRidge


            Tom Petty - Wildflowers

            Drive By Truckers - The Dirty South

            Alice In Chains - Dirt

            Modest Mouse - Good News For People Who Love Bad News

            Jamey Johnson - That Lonesome song

            +1 to Car Wheels and Disintegration

              Don't dig Animals.

              Love Aerosmith's first three albums. Pretty much a perfect trio.

              They were also my first concert back in the '75.

               

              I'd like to add:

               

              The Yes Album, Fragile, and Closer to The Edge as another perfect trio (Yes ---2nd concert!)

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                Both were great.  Even though there were two different leads.

                So bittersweet
                This tragedy
                Won't ask for absolution;
                This melody
                Inside of me
                Still searches for solution;
                A twist of faith
                A change of heart 
                Cures my infatuation;
                A broken heart 
                Provides the spark 
                For my determination.


                day after day sameness

                  Eagles - Hotel California

                   

                   

                  Oh yes indeed, all good tracks, a comprehensive, enclosed album.  So my list has now grown to:

                   

                  Darkness on the Edge of Town -- Springsteen

                  Born to Run - Springsteen

                  Car Wheels on a Gravel Road - Lucinda Williams

                  Blessed - Lucinda Williams

                  London Calling - Clash

                  Eagles - Hotel California

                  Rumors - Fleetwood Mac

                  Meet the Beatles - Beatles

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                    And by the way when I threw Yankee Hotel Foxtrot out there I knew it would probably be the most contemporary album in this thread...but a friend of mine pointed out earlier this week that it was released TWELVE years ago. Man did that make me feel old. Seems like just yesterday I saw them tour with this album!

                     

                    Seems Yoshimi was the same year? Not an album I would have picked, but respect. I have to be in a special mood for that one though.


                    Regular ass person

                       

                       

                      Seems Yoshimi was the same year? Not an album I would have picked, but respect. I have to be in a special mood for that one though.

                       

                      High? Smile


                      Regular ass person

                        And by the way when I threw Yankee Hotel Foxtrot out there I knew it would probably be the most contemporary album in this thread...but a friend of mine pointed out earlier this week that it was released TWELVE years ago. Man did that make me feel old. Seems like just yesterday I saw them tour with this album!

                         

                        Seems Yoshimi was the same year? Not an album I would have picked, but respect. I have to be in a special mood for that one though.

                         

                        Best Wilco album, IMO, is Summer Teeth. But YHT is just so GOOD from beginning to end.

                           

                          Best Wilco album, IMO, is Summer Teeth. But YHT is just so GOOD from beginning to end.

                           

                          Agreed, I prefer Summer Teeth...but, as you say, doesn't fit the criteria.

                           

                          And, perhaps, is the answer to your other question. Smile

                          Chantilly75


                          It's always something..

                            My 4 perfect albums are:

                             

                            Alice Cooper  Love it to Death

                            Uriah Heep The Magician's Birthday

                            Moody Blues  In Search of the Lost Chord

                            Meatloaf Bat out of Hell

                             

                             

                             

                             

                              Here's some more for you...

                               

                              Beastie Boys - Paul's Botique

                              Soundgarden - Superunknown

                              Nirvana - Nevermind

                              Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back

                              Bjork - Post


                              Got Hills?

                                Steely Dan - Aja

                                Fleetwood Mac - Rumours

                                Pink Floyd - Animals

                                Yes - Close To The Edge

                                King Crimson - Discipline

                                10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe

                                The Doors - Waiting For The Sun

                                Neil Young - Zuma

                                Jethro Tull - Aqualung

                                Black Sabbath - Paranoid

                                Cream - Fresh Cream

                                Led Zeppelin  - IV

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