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Best Ever Album?


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Sgt Pepper always seems to come top.  It's a tricky one.  I have a few suggestions: Revolver,  The Velvet Underground,  Rubber Soul,  OK Computer,  Ziggy Stardust,  Blue -  Joni Mitchell,  Low -  Bowie,  What's Going on -  Marvin Gaye,  Nevermind,  The White Album,  Horses -  Patti Smith,  Transformer,  Hounds of Love,  Funeral,  Elephant,  Mothership,  Dark Side of the Moon. 

Some unusual choices,  can't make up my own mind! 

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It's so difficult to have one favourite, I could name loads as one of my favourites?!!!

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@PTFC I agree.  Depends on mood too.  No Bieber though... :P

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Too many to name!

Anything by Led Zeppelin

Anything by Pink Floyd

Anything by The Doors.....the list goes on and on.

It mostly depends on my mood.

Today I listened to The Rolling Stones "Still Life"  from their North American tour.....I am not really a Stones fan but I freakin love this album. It was my best ever album....but just for today.  Tomorrow it will probably be Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath".  Everyday my best album ever is different.....

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Some good choices. Sometimes I listen to an artist to death -  it's addictive. 

47 minutes ago, aintnouse said:

Too many to name!

Anything by Led Zeppelin

Anything by Pink Floyd

Anything by The Doors.....the list goes on and on.

It mostly depends on my mood.

Today I listened to The Rolling Stones "Still Life"  from their North American tour.....I am not really a Stones fan but I freakin love this album. It was my best ever album....but just for today.  Tomorrow it will probably be Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath".  Everyday my best album ever is different.....

Good choices. Ever since Bowie died,  I've listened to him every day. :/ 

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Wow yeah this is a question with so many answers. I'd have to say some of my all time favs are Dirt, Alive, Nevermind, Life is Peachy, Great Southern Trendkill, Head Games...yeah too many answers :)

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My best album ever for today was "Frizzle Fry" by Primus. I think Les Claypool may be the best/most underrated bass player of all time.  He plays the bass like a lead guitar!

@ElectroNymph  I watched the Ziggy Stardust movie/concert footage the other night on the Paladium channel and Bowie was simply amazing. He was a true rock n roll chameleon and kept changing his music as he matured.  I love his 80's stuff, yeah it was poppy, but it was also really good.   I was saddened by his death as well. 

 

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Apart from "Absolute Beginners" and "Scary Monsters"  I like his more subversive 70's stuff,  also some good 90s, 2000s tracks. 

It would be boring if we all had the same taste though. 

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I got a list! 

Leonard Cohen's:    "Death of a ladies man" / "Songs of love and hate" / "Old Ideas"     READ: "BOOK OF LONGING"

David Bowie: "Diamond Dogs" / "Low" / "Hunky Dory"  and I believe everyone should watch the video "Lazarus"  from his last album "blackstar" 

Lou Reed: "Transformer" / "Sally can't dance" / "coney island baby" 

Patti Smith:  "Easter" / "Horses"  READ:  "JUST KIDS" 

Hole: "Pretty on the Inside" (life changer for me) / "Live through this" / "nobody's daughter" 

Lana Del Rey: "Born to Die" / "Ultraviolence" - her latest is growing on me fast but "Born to die" could be my autobiography lol

I have a ton of others but I would take up this entire thread lol

I just want to say though, please listen to Klaus Nomi 

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It has been one of those weeks...Grrrrrr  so my musical taste has changed to reflect the way I feel about things at the moment. My best album ever for today is Iron Maiden's debut album....Paul D'ainno's voice just brings out the metalhead in me.  I grew up in Europe and my formative musical years were spent enjoying all things Heavy Metal.  Iron Maiden brings back fond memories of foggy nights in Germany walking down cobblestone roads shrouded in mist and mystery.  Ahh the good ole days of a 12 year old Aint!  Its funny how music can induce such strong reflections of past things, good or bad, in your life.  I have such an eclectic taste that varies on my mood.....I love the Grateful Dead, went to approx. 40 shows, but I also love listening to Slayer, Black Sabbath, Traffic, and Widespread Panic....Sorta crazy when you think about it......I love me some good tunes:)

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I was thinking about my favorite album of all time this morning when I was in the shower.  It finally came to me....An album that has everything you could possibly want....Love songs, mystery, intrigue, thundering drums, wailing guitars, lyrics well written and music that stirs the soul..  That album would be "Physical Graffiti" by Led Zeppelin.  From the old school blues of "In my time of Dying" to the yearning of "Ten Years Gone" this album has it all.....I love it and can listen to it over and over and not get tired of it.  I almost always hear something new when I listen to it....It also reminds me of my younger years smoking hash in the arches near the castle above the river in Heidelberg, Germany.....the good ole days!!  Its going to be a good day....I figured something out and it is only 8 am.  I hope this wasn't my only good realization of the day....I shouldn't have used it so early in the a.m.!

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Something by Elvis, definitely.

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I really enjoy soundtracks and the "American Horror Story Hotel" is astounding

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On April 13, 2016 at 6:17 AM, aintnouse said:

It has been one of those weeks...Grrrrrr  so my musical taste has changed to reflect the way I feel about things at the moment. My best album ever for today is Iron Maiden's debut album....Paul D'ainno's voice just brings out the metalhead in me.  I grew up in Europe and my formative musical years were spent enjoying all things Heavy Metal.  Iron Maiden brings back fond memories of foggy nights in Germany walking down cobblestone roads shrouded in mist and mystery.  Ahh the good ole days of a 12 year old Aint!  Its funny how music can induce such strong reflections of past things, good or bad, in your life.  I have such an eclectic taste that varies on my mood.....I love the Grateful Dead, went to approx. 40 shows, but I also love listening to Slayer, Black Sabbath, Traffic, and Widespread Panic....Sorta crazy when you think about it......I love me some good tunes:)

I was at the maiden concert in long beach arena in 84 they recorded part of Live After Death. I was 14, hell of a show. Piece Of Mind is my favorite maiden album. Dainno was great, When Dickenson took over it was kinda like Ronnie James Dio took over for Ozzy both were perfect fits

I'll go with Black Sabbath Heven and Hell, I love Ozzy but Dio was great on that album. Best metal ever made was the late 70s early 80s 

 

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On 4/4/2016 at 5:46 PM, aintnouse said:

Too many to name!

Anything by Led Zeppelin

Anything by Pink Floyd

Anything by The Doors.....the list goes on and on.

It mostly depends on my mood.

Today I listened to The Rolling Stones "Still Life"  from their North American tour.....I am not really a Stones fan but I freakin love this album. It was my best ever album....but just for today.  Tomorrow it will probably be Black Sabbath "Black Sabbath".  Everyday my best album ever is different.....

You're like my evil twin, The Doors making you the evil one. ?

Just joking, good choices here. Don't forget about Van Hallen, Genesis, and oh god the list does go on. 

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