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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Tiffin, Mar 13, 2017.
I fell horrible for forgetting this one. Willenium
I never listen to albums all the way through. Is that not the norm?
Damn the Torpedos petty
For anyone born in the 90's, sure. For those of us who are 80's babies, it's kinda strange.
Reed and Metallica's response to the overwhelmingly negative criticism was hilarious...
Piss Up A Rope is the best one on the album, imo
A Father John Misty album in the OP is a perfect Mobile move
Off the top of my head
A Rush of Blood to the Head
Is This It?
The Joshua Tree
Black Holes and Revelations
Exile on Main Street
The Man Who Sold the World
A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector
Lola vs Powerman
Arthur(Or the Decline and Fall of the British Empire)
Coat of Many Colors
Oh yeah, super political folk rock just screams Mobile shut the fuck up
A Mobile move would have been to put a Jimmy Buffett album there.
Gucci Mane imo
I skip the Born in the USA and then listen to the rest all the way through
My favorite part about this album is that there are 10 songs on the record and the two best songs , at least IMO, that were recorded during this session were left off and never released: I've Got No Dark Side and So Long Jerry. Or at least I don't think they were ever offically released.
The Mollusk and White Pepper could be considered perfect albums. The Pod, Pure Guava, God Ween Satan would be perfect if you could take a compilation of those songs by best live performance. Some of the earlier studio stuff is too out there even for a huge ween fan like myself.
Davie Howie - Hunky Dory and the Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
Beatles - Revolver, Rubber Soul, and Sgt. Peppers
Pink Floyd - DSOTM, Animals, WYWH, The Wall
Oasis - Definitely Maybe
Velvet Underground and Nico and Loaded
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St
Yeah would definitely agree with The Mollusk and White Pepper. More so The Mollusk for me, but I wouldn't argue against either.
Why do you skip born in the usa?
Because I've heard it enough times at this point.
Beach Boys: Pet Sounds
Eagles: Hotel California
Post needs more love
How the hell has Aja, Rumours, or Pet Sounds not been mentioned yet?
These were basically on repeat for me through junior high. I still throw the blue album on if I'm on a road trip and just let it play.
Bloc Party - Silent Alarm
Smashing Pumpkins - Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
Cursive - The Ugly Organ
Daft Punk - RAM
Clash - London Calling
Against Me! - As the Eternal Cowboy
AFI - Black Sails in the Sunset
Lawrence Arms - Oh! Calcutta!
Zwan - Mary Star of the Sea
they dunno tho
Well then they need to get their shit together
moondance - van morrison
eat a peach - allman brothers
I'm morally opposed to "Deacon Blues"
The Beatles - Abbey Road
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Metallica - ReLoad
So there was this drunk walking down the street and walks up to this cop and he says, “Man, somebody stole my car.”
Cop says, “Well, where was it?”
Man says, “Right here on the end of this key.”
Cop says,“I dunno man. Why don’t you head to the precinct house and report it there. They’ll get you filled out with all the right forms and papers.”
Guy says, “Okay,” starts to walk off and the cop says, “Before you go downtown you’re gonna want to zip up your fly.”
Guy looks down and goes, “Oh man, they got my girl, too.”
Grateful Dead - American Beauty
first 5 songs are great, so it gets a half vote.
That's definitely my pick. But it's definitely not perfect for me. I pretty strongly dislike "In My Place" which I know a lot of people love. It gets insanely loud cheers at concerts when it starts up and I just don't understand. If that song wasn't on the album I think it would be pretty damn close to perfect.
Another vote for Nas-Illmatic. Legendary rap album
In my opinion, it's the best back-to-back albums hands down.