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#435966 - Thu Nov 06 2008 01:20 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
themonarch Offline
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I'll go with

"Magical Mystery Tour"- The Beatles
"1984"- Van Halen
"Master of Puppets"- Metallica
"Rust in Peace"- Megadeth
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#435967 - Thu Nov 06 2008 08:14 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: themonarch]
wildginge Offline
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Loc: Derbyshire England UK       
My Top 10:

Astral Weeks - Van Morrison
Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan
Forever Changes - Love
The Wall - Pink Floyd
Kid A - Radiohead
On The Beach - Neil Young
Blue - Joni Mitchell
I Can Hear The Heart Beating As One - Yo La Tengo
Veedon Fleece - Van Morrison
Hounds Of Love - Kate Bush

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#435968 - Fri Nov 07 2008 12:00 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
Suerreal Offline
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Loc: Amarillo Texas USA     
Eagles - Hotel California
Linda Ronstadt - Heart Like a Wheel
Gordon Lightfoot - Summertime Dream
Harry Chapin - Verities and Balderdash
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
Jackson Browne - Running on Empty
Beatles - Abbey Road
Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger

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#435969 - Fri Nov 07 2008 08:14 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: Quiz_Beagle]
Squisher Offline
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Registered: Tue Nov 27 2007
Posts: 92
Loc: Calgary Alberta Canada       
For me, I'd have to say:

From my youth: "1999" by Prince. I wore that tape out!

In adulthood: "Temple of the Dog" and "So Real: Songs by Jeff Buckley"

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#435970 - Sat Nov 08 2008 07:13 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: Quiz_Beagle]
glendathecat Offline
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Loc: Kent UK
Has to be 'Free all angels' by Ash.

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#435971 - Mon Nov 10 2008 01:39 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
IngridK1 Offline
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Loc: Vyeboom South Africa
All music have a place in my heart but if i may high light:
Scorpions-Platinum Collection
GNR-Use Your Illusion
Lynyard Skynyrd- Gold
Enigma
The Doors
These are but a few.....

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#435972 - Mon Dec 22 2008 10:11 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
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In my opinion: Bob Dylan's "Highway 61 Revisited"; The Beatles' "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"; Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On"; The Beatles' "Revolver"

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#435973 - Mon Dec 22 2008 10:14 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: nikskrish]
nikskrish Offline
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Oh and fogot to add Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and Bruce Springsteen's "Born To Run"...

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#435974 - Thu Jan 15 2009 08:12 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
Number1Zero Offline
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Loc: Las Vegas Nevada USA         
A Perfect Circle - Mer de Noms
Barenaked Ladies - Gordon
Audioslave - Audioslave
Rob Zombie - Past, Present, and Future
Foo Fighters - In Your Honor
The Kill Bill soundtrack
The Ocean's 12 soundtrack
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#435975 - Fri Jan 16 2009 04:09 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: Number1Zero]
PDAZ Offline
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Registered: Sat Aug 02 2008
Posts: 436
Loc: Phoenix Arizona USA           
Beatles "Abbey Road"
U2 "Joshua Tree"
Springsteen "Born to Run"
Radiohead "OK Computer"
Dylan "Blood on the Tracks"

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#435976 - Tue Mar 24 2009 04:36 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
poneke Offline
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Registered: Sat Oct 11 2008
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Loc: Aotearoa New Zealand          
One of my favourite "bath time" albums is

Acoustic Soul/ India Arie

Candles, bubbles,mudpack applied...I get out all wrinkly and relaxed

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#435977 - Mon Apr 06 2009 12:13 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: poneke]
maria300 Offline
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AC/DC "Highway To Hell"

Meatloaf "Bat Out Of Hell"


how ironic they both end in hell lol

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#435978 - Mon Apr 06 2009 03:39 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: maria300]
ysmay Offline
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Loc: New York USA
Some of mine were mentioned:

Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
Tracy Chapman (s/t first album)
Pink Floyd - The Wall
Bruce Springsteen - Nebraska
Jethro Tull - Stormwatch
David Bowie - Man Who Sold The World
David Bowie - Diamond Dogs
David Bowie - Ziggy Stardust...
David Bowie - Low
David Bowie - Heroes
(I could go on with Bowie, but those are the top) :0

and (only older Canadians would even have a hope of remembering this one)

Poppy Family - Which Way You Goin Billy?


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#435979 - Wed Apr 08 2009 09:59 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: ysmay]
Tredici Offline
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Loc: Greeley Colorado USA    
Suereal has a list I could work with. Fabulous to see someone remembering the genious of Harry Chapin. -- And I would throw the late Jim Croce's "Photographs and Memories" in that category, too.

I think I would have to remove Jackson Browne and Willie Nelson though. I like both albums but would probably replace them with

Janis Joplin - Pearl

Crosby Stills and Nash - Deja Vu

Of course Carol King's "Tapestry" has been mentioned.

A few others that I wore out Pat Benatar's "In The Heat of the Night." Kansas "Dust in the Wind". Oh sheesh, lots and lots more. But I thought I would drive my Mother mad with the "Easy Rider" soundtrack. (-8


Edited by Tredici (Wed Apr 08 2009 10:00 AM)

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#435980 - Wed Apr 08 2009 02:12 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
AntonLaVey Offline
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I have two. "Piece of Mind" and "Somewhere in Time", both by Iron Maiden. If live albums count, then I will add "Decade of Aggression" by Slayer.

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#435981 - Sat May 16 2009 06:24 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: AntonLaVey]
ArlingtonVA Offline
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Loc: Virginia USA

Sorry to bring this thread back from the dead, but I noticed no one mentioned Never Mind the Bollocks by the Sex Pistols.

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#435982 - Sun May 17 2009 06:15 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: ArlingtonVA]
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Ahh, this thread wasn't 'dead', it was just 'dormant' and you've revived it!

BTW, that album is a classic!
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#435983 - Sun May 17 2009 12:41 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: BurgGurl]
Jahlove Offline
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Loc: UK

Sisters of Mercy: First and Last and Always


Not everyone's cup of tea but, for me, every track's a winner.

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#435984 - Sun May 17 2009 08:04 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: Jahlove]
Skyflyerjen Offline
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Loc: Michigan USA
I do have a lot of CD's I can pop into my player, without skipping over songs, but these are my favorites:
The Moody Blues- Greatest Hits
Dido- No Angel
Three Doors Down- The Better Life
Steve Miller Band- Greatest Hits
Lily Allen- Alright, Still
Seal- System
innerpartysystem
Shinedown- The Sound of Madness
Garden State Soundtrack
Oasis- (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Muse- Absolution
The Rasmus- Dead Letters

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#435985 - Mon Jun 29 2009 05:55 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
DuckofWar Offline
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Loc: Kidderminster England UK      
Hmm

The Slider and Electric Warrior by T.Rex

Aladdin Sane by David Bowie

Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield

The Division Bell by Pink Floyd

all worth 10 / 10 in my opinion

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#435986 - Sat Oct 24 2009 01:02 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
Soulbait Offline
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Looks like these are all mostly older stuff, mid 70's to mid 80's, but I can still listen to them straight through.

Pink Floyd ~ Wish You Were Here
Supertramp ~ Crime of the Century
Willie Nelson ~ Stardust
Nash the Slash ~ Children of the Night
Bob Marley ~ Legend (i know its a compilation...but still)
Joe Jackson ~ Look Sharp
Jeff Wayne ~ War of the Worlds
The Cars ~ self titled
the The ~ Soul Mining
Human League ~ Dare!
Simple Minds ~ New Gold Dreams
Enigma ~ MCMXC A.D.
Blue Rodeo ~ 5 Days in July
Faithless ~ Reverence

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#435987 - Sat Jan 09 2010 11:00 AM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
livvycat Offline
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Loc: New Westminster BC Canada
I love the Red Hot Chili Peppers album "Blood Sugar Sex Magic".

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#435988 - Sat Jan 09 2010 02:20 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: livvycat]
honeybee4 Offline
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Loc: Lemoore
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Hot August Nights, 1972 live, double album by Neil Diamond. I love it.

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#435989 - Thu Jan 21 2010 09:44 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: honeybee4]
laughinglion Offline
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Registered: Thu Feb 19 2009
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Loc: Oregon USA
A few of my personal choices are
Quadraphenia-the Who
Arc of a Diver -Steve Winwood
Sandinista-the Clash
Workingman's Dead-Grateful Dead

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#435990 - Sat Feb 13 2010 12:07 PM Re: "Perfect" albums [Re: lynn-ann]
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Brand New Eyes and All We Know is Falling - Paramore


Edited by brekek (Sat Feb 13 2010 12:08 PM)

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