Best Albums

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  1. blindzebra

    blindzebra Well-Known Member

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    Keeping in the music zone.

    Joshua Tree -U2

    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band -The Beatles

    So -Peter Gabriel

    Cheap Trick live at Budokan - Cheap Trick

    Eagles Greatest Hits 1 and 2 -Eagles

    dookie -Green Day

    Texas Flood -Stevie Ray Vaughan

    Throwing Copper -Live

    Lifes Rich Pageant -REM

    Graceland - Paul Simon
  2. Danny White

    Danny White Winter is Coming

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    Disintegration -- The Cure
    Ten -- Pearl Jam
    Siamese Dream -- Smashing Pumpkins

    not sure if "greatest hits" albums should count. If they do:

    Journey's Greatest Hits
  3. Crown Royal

    Crown Royal Insulin Beware

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    Speakerboxx/The Love Below outkast
  4. Crown Royal

    Crown Royal Insulin Beware

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    Own it. Both of them. Greatness. What a repertoire.
  5. Danny White

    Danny White Winter is Coming

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    On the "Greatest Hits" track, Dire Straits "Sultans of Swing" is extremely solid from top to bottom.
  6. royhitshard

    royhitshard New Member

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    Appettite for Destruction...GNR
    Master of Puppets...Metallica
    The Rocky Story
  7. junk

    junk I've got moxie

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    I absolutely agree Appetite for Destruction. Appetite for Destruction is one of the few albums I can put in and listen to start to finish. Most others have a song or two that annoy me and I skip over.
  8. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    B.I.G. Ready To Die(eerily prophetic)
    Nirvana Nevermind
    Tupac All Eyez on Me
    RHCPeppers Greatest Hits
    Beatles Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.
    LZ IV
    ACDC Back in Black
    Michael Jackson Thriller
    Garth Brooks Greatets Hits
    Parliament Greatest Hits
    Jay Z Reasonable Doubt
    Eminem Marshall Mathers LP
    Kid Rock Cocky
    Linkin Park Live in Texas
    Common Be(current fave)
  9. Payton34Smith22

    Payton34Smith22 Active Member

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    Master Of Puppets- Metallica
    Cowboys From Hell- Pantera
    Appettite For Destruction- GnR
    Shout At The Devil- Motley Crue
    No More Tears- Ozzy
    Sad Wings Of Destiny- Judas Priest
    Back In Black- AC-DC
    Journey Greatest Hits
    All Eyez On Me- Tupac
    Speakerboxx- Outkast
    Garth Brooks Greatest Hits
    George Strait Greatest Hits
    Ramon Ayala Greatest Hits

    I like all kinds of music...
  10. jterrell

    jterrell Penguinite

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    me too, seems to depend on my mood and activities.
    prolly not a good idea to blast pantera on a first date unless she shows up in a leather bustier, lol, but al green is not gonna help you get a set of heavy squats knocked out. :laugh1:
  11. SweCowboy

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    REM - Automatic for the people
    Dead Kennedys - Give me conveniance or give me death
    Guns 'n Roses - Appatite for destruction
    Metallica - Black album
    Led Zeppelin - III
    Page & Plant - No quarter
    Nirvana - Nevermind
    Bush - Sixteen stone
    Depeche Mode - 101 (live album)
    Iron Maiden - Number of the beast.
    Kent - Vapen och ammunition (Swedish band)
    Hellacopters - High visability (Swedish band)
    The Clash - London calling
    The Cure - Greatest hits
    Jimi Hendrix - Live at Winterland
    Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese dreams
  12. Sitting Bull

    Sitting Bull Active Member

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    ACDC - Back In Black
    Johnny Cash - Unchained
    Hendrix - Are You Experienced?
    SRV - Texas Flood
    Willie Nelson - Teatro
    Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar...
    Weezer - Pinkerton
    Alice In Chains - Facelift
    Nirvana - Nevermind
    Jeff Buckley - Grace
    Blind Melon - Soup
    Elvis Presley - Sun Sessions
    Primus - Primus
    John Lee Hooker - Live at the Cafe' au Go-Go
    Rush - Moving Pictures
    Waylon Jennings - Live '76 Expanded Edition
  13. Juke99

    Juke99 ...Abbey someone

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    Abbey Road- My hands down number one album

    Get Yer Ya Ya's Out- Stones

    Cosmo's Factory- CCR

    Tchaikovsky's 6th Symphony

    Led Zep II

    Boston I

    In the Digital Mood- Best of Glen Miller

    One of the Fortunate Few- Delbert McClinton

    End of the Innocence- Don Henley

    Labour of Love II- UB40
  14. AmarilloCowboyFan

    AmarilloCowboyFan Well-Known Member

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    Just a few,

    Operation Mindcrime - Queensryche
    The Wall - Floyd
    Vulgar Display of Power - Pantera
    Alice in Chains - Facelift
    Are You Experienced - Hendrix
    And Justice For All - Metallica
    Billion Dollar Babies - Alice
  15. lane

    lane The Chairman

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    back in black- ac/dc
    second helping- lynyrd skynyrd
    come on over- shania twain
    toys in the attic- aerosmith
    collective soul- collective soul
    shake your moneymaker- black crowes
    dark side of the moon- pink floyd
    hotel california- eagles
    black album- metallica
    hi infidelity- reo speedwagon
    dirt- alice in chains
    no shoes,no shirt, no problem.-kenny chesney
    double vision-foreigner
    tramp on your street- shaver
    four-led zeppelin
    soundtrack- urban cowboy
    soundtrack- grease
    the game- queen
    breakfast in america-supertramp
    escape- journey
    50 #1's- george strait
    come clean- puddle of mud

    just to name a few.
  16. jimmy40

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    Rumors-Fleetwood Mac

    Four- Foreigner Juke Box Hero, the most underated song of all time.
  17. jimmy40

    jimmy40 Well-Known Member

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    Eliminator -That Little Ol Band from Texas.
  18. RatisBeast

    RatisBeast Chevy Guy

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    George Strait's 50 number one's
    Alice in Chains - unplugged
    Green Day - Dookie
    Sublime - 40 oz. to Freedom
    Live - Throwing Copper
    Los Lonely Boys - Self Titled
    Staind - 14 Shades of Grey
    Shania Twain's - Greatest Hits
    many others to name
  19. silverbear

    silverbear Semi-Official Loose Cannon

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    Bruce Springsteen, "Rising"... a great album, his best in many years, but his recent followup sucks...

    Jimmy Buffett, "License To Chill"... getting together with a bunch of country superstars was the smartest thing Jimmy's ever done, he finally got his first number one album... but it's not just all the names on the album, there are a lot of really good songs on it...

    Eagles, "Desperado"... if there had been no Eagles, and somebody put that album out today, it would still shoot straight to the top of the charts... it features some of the best dobro work you'll ever hear anywhere...

    Dan Fogelburg, "The Innocent Age"... Fogelburg put out a bunch of good albums, this one was the best... it features great song after great song... Dan is just a brilliant musician, perhaps the best in pop/rock today...

    Bonnie Raitt, "Road Tested"... if you like concert albums, I've got your concert album to end all concert albums, right here... no matter how many times I hear it, when Bonnie gets down and bluesy on "Love Me Like a Man", I am ALWAYS in awe of the way she can play blues guitar...

    Loggins & Messina, "Finale"... their final concert album before they split up... it was the band at its absolute best, with instrumental breaks that were almost like rock symphonies... one bonus is that the sound engineering on this one was some of the best I've ever heard-- on their acoustic set in the middle of the concert, you could hear the fret squeak as they moved from chord to chord...

    I sure am glad that they've gotten back together for a concert tour this summer, and I hope it leads to a new album or two...

    The Beatles, "Let It Be"... memories of my senior year in high school, when a bunch of us went to the theater to see the movie on Senior skip day... the title song was chosen as our class song, though I voted for one off of the next selection:

    Simon and Garfunkel, "Bridge Over Troubled Waters"... I was a bit of a folkie as a youngster, and heavy into Simon and Garfunkel... this one was their best...

    James Taylor, "Sweet Baby James"... this one is a fave from my college days, and was also heavily folk-oriented...

    Jackson Browne, "Running On Empty"... I was actually at the concert at Merriwether Post Pavilion (in the Maryland suburbs of DC) where 2 cuts from that album were recorded... for one summer while I worked at the ski resort, that was THE party album... Jackson Browne was never as good before "Running On Empty", or after it either...

    For the purposes of my top ten, I limited myself to one album per artist... I could have given you multiple choices for many of them...
  20. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    "Dark Side of the Moon" by Pink Floyd.

    "Greatest Hits Vol. 1" by the Eagles.

    "Moving Pictures" by Rush.

    "Appetite for Destruction" by Guns 'N Roses.

    "The Wall" by Pink Floyd.

    "Rumours" by Fleetwood Mac.

    "Bark at the Moon" by Ozzy.

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