Favourite albums (2 Viewers)

Greg

Senior Member
Oct 1, 2001
894
#1
We used to have this here so it's about time we got an up-date.
The albums don't necasarily have to be your faves but just good albums will also do. I'm always trying to vary my music taste (just downloaded loads of police tunes) so there should be a definitive list of albums here.

Mine are:
Paul van Dyk - The politics of dancing
Oasis - What's the story morning glory
Foo fighters - There's nothing left to lose
2 pac - Better dayz
Jay z - Reasonable doubt
Red hot chilli peppers - Californication
Nelly - Nellyville
Craig david - Slicker than your average
 

Respaul

Senior Member
Jul 14, 2002
4,734
#3
Pearl Jam - Ten
John Mellencamp - Whenever We Wanted
Screaming Trees - Dust
Brad - Interiors
Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
STP - Core
Mother Lovebone - Stardog Champion
Doors - Strange Days
John Lee Hooker - Best Of
Pearl Jam - Seattle
Tenacious D
John Frusciante - Niandra Lades & Usually Just a
 

Dylan

Senior Member
Sep 22, 2002
1,765
#5
bob dylan- blonde on blonde-higway61-
miles davis *****es brew
pink floyd - the wall
radiohead - ok computer
the doors . waiting for the sun
supergrass . should coco
king crimson - the court of king crimson
beatles - revolver
 

BigIzz

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
1,088
#7
Nice choices dylansito

Some of my favorites

Clash-London Calling
Clash-The Clash
Radiohead-OK Computer
Dylan-Blonde on Blonde, Highway 61, Blood on the tracks
Everything by Miles Davis (*****es Brew, Kind of Blue, Birth of the Cool)
Coltrane-Blue Train
Velvet Underground-Velvet Underground and Nico
Rage Against the Machine-Self Titled
Curtis Mayfield
Funkadelic
Television-Marquee Moon
Oaisis-Definatley Maybe
Van Morrison-Astral Weeks, Moondance
The Smiths-Queen is Dead
Springsteen-Born to Run, Live 75-85, etc.
Rolling Stones-Exile on Main Street
Beatles-Revolver

And some new stuff that isnt classics yet...
Queens of the Stone Age
Coldplay
The Streets
Doves
The Strokes
The Libertines
Polyphonic Spree
Soundtrack of our Lives

Ok I could go on but I've wasted enough of your time...
 

Signor

Senior Member
Jul 13, 2002
3,019
#9
I love multiple Artists albums i think these ones are the best because you simply listen to the best of each artist.

latest album : Va 8 That's what I Call Music.
 

memin

Junior Member
Aug 11, 2002
164
#12
THE CLASH - london calling
refused- the shape of punk to come
sucide machines - destruction by definition
deviates - time is the distance
michelle branch - the spirit room
mid town - save the worl loose the girl
zeke - dirty sanchez
 

BigIzz

Senior Member
Jul 12, 2002
1,088
#20
++ [ originally posted by memin ] ++
THE CLASH - london calling
Nice to see another person appreciates the Clash.

Snoop, if you already have any Nirvana albums, there really isn't anypoint in buying Nirvana (I assume you are talking about the new greatest hits collections). If you buy Nevermind, In Utero and one of their other CDs (Insectiside, Bleach or MTV Unplugged, which I would recommend) you will really have a complete Nirvana library.

Elton John Greatest Hits-can't go wrong there, I assume you are talking about the new one. Its really a good album, I have Greatest Hits Vol 1 and 2 and I think its the same thing.

Coldplays album is very good, one of the 5 best released this year.

I don't very much like U2 90-2000 disc. They left a lot of songs off it that should have been on it and have a lot of remixes and stuff. I'd just buy Acthung Baby and All that you can't leave behind and maybe one other album of thiers from the 90s (probably Zooropa) and you will have a much more complete collection. You could probably get by with just Acthung Baby and All that you can't leave behind, I know I own those discs along with War and Joshua Tree and feel I have a very good U2 collection.

Guns and Roses live is a good album, I only have the first disc though. I like it.
 

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