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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    said it before, if you get a chance read this book

    http://www.amazon.com/Talking-Heads-.../dp/1441121005
    while listening to this album.
    its sublime.
    great author who lived its release
    Weirdest description ever:
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    Publication Date: April 26, 2012 | Series: 33 1/3
    <div dir="ltr" align="left"><span class="203505720-14042010"><div>It's the summer of 1979. A fifteen-year-old boy listens to WNEW on the radio in his bedroom in Brooklyn. A monotone voice (it's the singer's) announces into dead air in between songs "The Talking Heads have a new album, it's called Fear of Music" - and everything spins outward from that one moment.<br /> <br />Jonathan Lethem treats<em> Fear of Music</em> (the third album by the Talking Heads, and the first produced by Brian Eno) as a masterpiece - edgy, paranoid, funky, addictive, rhythmic, repetitive, spooky and fun. He scratches obsessively at the album's songs, guitars, rhythms, lyrics, packaging, downtown origins, and legacy, showing how Fear of Music hints at the directions (positive and negative) the band would take in the future. Lethem transports us again to the New York City of another time - tackling one of his great adolescent obsessions and illuminating the ways in which we fall in and out of love with works of art.</div></span></div>>
    All the fucked up tags are like that on the Amazon page.

    I was always a Remain in Light guy.

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    Remain in Light is a great one. I still have Seen & not Seen and Listening Wind on some mixes to this day
    License to kill gophers by the government of the United Nations

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    Always play it from front to back (even when all we had was vinyl); every song seems to fit perfectly so that the whole is better than the parts.

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    No offense to the London Calling fans, but Sandinista shows far more depth imo. Yep, Sandinista is my fave by far.

    Joe Jackson's Beat Crazy doesn't suck.
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    Dude its losers like you that give ski bums a bad rap.

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    Thin White Rope, "The One That Got Away", their last live concert, a double disk of barely controlled gritty bluesy double-lead- guitar feedback squalls that just builds and builds. Heavy, light, moody, abrasive, delicate and sooooo damn good.

    For you Mezzanine fans (great choice, by the way), get Laika's "Sounds of the Satellites" - not as emotional, but just as good in a different way...

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    I was 22 when this album came out and it changed my life forever in terms of world views and raw energy


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    I really lack the words to compliment myself today. - Alberto Tomba

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    Gonna go with Sum 41 Underclass Heroes. Never gets old for me.

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    Fleetwood Mac- Rumors

    Every song on that album is incredible.

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    Straitjacket Fits "Hail"


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    Quote Originally Posted by schuss View Post
    Weezer - Blue Album

    Cut buddy holly and it may be perfect.
    almost made me rethink my choice....that album is almost perfect, pinkerton is up there too, so underrated. But I have to right a serious wrong in this thread, 4 pages and no Zeppelin?? Weak! I grew up in a pretty religious household, but for some reason my Dad had Led Zeppelin 4 on vinyl, and to this day I think its my number 1.


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    Live....




    Studio....

    Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon.
    Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol.
    Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel.


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    David Bowie -The Man Who Sold The World



    with "Black Country Rock" being one of my favorite songs (track 3 @ 13:50)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    I'm gonna revise my entry for the sake of originality, and awesome.
    Operation Ivy, Energy. Yes it's compiled from a bunch of 7" but I don't care this album has been in my collection half my life and will remain.
    I heard this the first time when I was 15.

    I am 36 now and still feel this album is outstanding.

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    I must be the youngest person in this thread. As such, fuck Iceman's rules

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    Fat fuck bubbas are not erosion.

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    I regret to inform you that if smashing pumpkins was your favorite album of college you're almost surely older than me. I think I was in 8th grade when that came out.
    But Ellen kicks ass - if she had a beard it would be much more haggard. -Jer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chugachjed View Post
    I regret to inform you that if smashing pumpkins was your favorite album of college you're almost surely older than me. I think I was in 8th grade when that came out.
    10th grade for me. You got me by a couple years. Me and my buddies practically wore that album out over 3 summers.
    Fat fuck bubbas are not erosion.

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    I think the guy that likes sum41 is younger than both of us.
    But Ellen kicks ass - if she had a beard it would be much more haggard. -Jer

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    Currently Attack on Memory, Cloud Nothings

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    the pixies - surfer rosa come on pilgrim (yeah and I know that they have been seperate in the early days).
    my favourite with 14 (in the early 90s) when everbody else was into pearl jam and nirvana. and still is.
    yes, even back then I knew i was late to the party of the cool kids.....

    Insanity, melodies, noise, GENIUS!

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    tough to choose only one but this one stands the test of time for me:

    fIREHOSE - RAGIN' FULL-ON

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    Recently, the record for longest running streak for a CD to go unchanged in my car CD player has been broken (previously held by the combination of Rush's Permanent Waves and Moving Pictures since they both fit on one disc) by the combination of Porcupine Tree's Nil Recurring EP and the album Fear of a Blank Planet. They both fit on one disc and share some of the same themes (and some songs have similar lyrics) so they play really well together. I cannot get enough of these albums.

    All I know is that I don't know nothin'... and that's fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patxi View Post
    tough to choose only one but this one stands the test of time for me:

    fIREHOSE - RAGIN' FULL-ON

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    Great pick!

    So fun in concert too

    -You ever check out "The Monks of Doom"?


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