Started by zoony, May 09, 2020, 23:14:04 pm
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Quote from: zoony on May 17, 2020, 21:14:51 pmI have the 4 most recent ones;War Is OverNew Day RisingNine LivesStars Aligned
Quote from: Bisto on May 17, 2020, 21:48:29 pm"Prospect for escape" from the Nine Lives album is absolutely sublime imho
Quote from: Ricky4001 on May 21, 2020, 11:15:31 amAccept - Metal HeartAC/DC - PowerageAlice In Chains - DirtAshanti - Live At The Empire Music HallSheryl Crow - Feels Like HomeCry Of Love - BrotherGenesis - The Lamb Lies Down On BroadwayGeorgia Satellites - Georgia SatellitesManic Street Preachers - This Is My Truth ... Tell Me YoursMetallica - Ride The LightningGary Moore - Corridors Of PowerPink Floyd - MeddleQueensryche - Operation: MindcrimeRainbow - RisingScorpions - Tokyo TapesStiff Little Fingers - Nobody's HeroesThin Lizzy - Live And DangerousThunder - Back Street SymphonyUFO - Strangers In The NightStevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
Quote from: Thenop on May 21, 2020, 12:09:53 pmSome obvious ones there indeed. But Metal Heart? Over any of the brilliant proto speed metal classics they made? Interesting choice.
Quote from: pdw1 on May 15, 2020, 13:11:41 pmIn alphabetical orderAlice in Chains DirtAnathema JudgementAsia AquaBadlands BadlandsThe Black Crowes AmoricaCeltic Frost Into The PandemoniumStephan Eicher CarcassonneKing's X DogmanKyuss Welcome to Sky ValleyMarillion MarblesIan McNabb MerseybeastMetallica Master of PuppetsKeb' Mo' Keb' Mo'Nine Inch Nails The FragilePorcupine Tree DeadwingRealm Endless WarSacred Reich The American WayTemple of the Dog Temple of the DogTrain My Private NationTrouble Manic FrustrationI am not sure how I did that. Cutting it down from the top 40 was horrible
Quote from: zoony on May 17, 2020, 13:02:28 pmHave you seen them mate? Saw them at The Slade rooms in Wolverhampton on the War Is Over tour. They were very good.
Quote from: Thenop on May 14, 2020, 06:19:06 amSo, as expected this was a Kill your Darlings type of exercise. I have so much music I hold dear, even over the last few months I have discovered so much fantastic new music to listen to! I decided to return to albums I know will stick with me no matter what. I I had to put al least one Jazz album in there, and I chose Trane for a reason: the emotion. It is beautiful yet haunting, no one can play that sax the way he did. And the rest? Well, Kiss is an obvious choice, it was a toss up between Killers and TNotB and I cheated on Woven Hand. Even though Puppets is the better album, I love Justice so much, the near failed experiment, knotty and twisty, at times almost falling apart or collapsing into it's own pretentiousness, I really hold it dear. The Dutch contribution (the Devil's Blood) is such an emotional album again. The melodies alone...oh my. Then the subtle differences between lists I spoke of earlier: PT & SW mainly but Maiden as well. Just little things that make me choose a different album really. Anyway, here it is, think of it what you will (in random order - I have killed so many darlings, I can no longer disappoint my artist friends by choosing one over the other...sorry!)Many of the classics were left out...no Led Zeppelin, no Genesis, no Deep Purple, no The Who, no Black Sabbath, all bands I hold dear, but still they didn't make the cut.Kiss - Alive!The Devil's Blood - the Thousandfold EpicentrePorcupine Tree - DeadwingSteven Wilson - To the BoneAC/DC - Back in BlackAlice in Chains - DirtBaroness - PurpleFaith no More - Angel DustGov't Mule - Deja VoodooIron Maiden - The Number of the BeastJohn Coltrane - A Love SupremeYes - Close to the EdgeMarillion - MarblesMastodon - Crack the SkyeMotorpsycho - Let Them Eat CakeMetallica - ...And Justice for AllTalk Talk - the Colour of SpringWolves in the Throne Room - Celestial LineageWoven Hand - (any album really, today perhaps) The Laughing StalkKing Crimson - Red
Quote from: Jonners on May 13, 2020, 15:54:19 pmAnd here is mine, 1 per band, following the no Rush rule was hard, so I have included just 1, its a current top 20, and in no order, 1:Motorhead-No Sleep Til Hammersmith (permanent fixture)2:Rush-Moving Pictures 3:Judas Priest-Defenders of the Faith 4: Insomnium-Winters Gate5: Slayer-Reign in Blood 6: Iron Maiden-Powerslave 7: Pink Floyd-The Wall8: Dio-The Last in Line9: Megadeth-Peace Sells....10:Marillion-Clutching at Straws11:Sepultura-Chaos AD12: Steven Wilson-HCE13: Gojira-From Mars...14:Thin Lizzy-Live/Life15: Slipknot-Iowa (dont shoot me guys, its ace!)16:Opeth-Roundhouse Tapes17: Candlemass-Nightfall18: Disillusion-The Liberation19: Kreator-Extreme Agression20: Alterbridge-BlackbirdJust tried to think of the albums i have listened to A LOT, and always go back to
Quote from: pxr5 on May 13, 2020, 13:53:09 pmNo Rush and one album from each artist. Numbered, but in no particular order:01 Camel - Mirage02 Black Sabbath - Paranoid03 Judas Priest - Sad Wings of Destiny04 Gentle Giant - Octopus05 Genesis - Selling England by the Pound (could be 'The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway' on another day)06 Bauhaus - The Sky's Gone Out07 Can - Future Days08 Iron Maiden - Killers09 King Crimson - In the Court of the Crimson King10 Van Der Graaf Generator - Godbluff11 Caravan - In the Land of Grey and Pink12 Hawkwind - Quark, Strangeness and Charm13 The Damned - Machine Gun Etiquette14 Wobbler - From Silence to Somewhere15 Porcupine Tree - In Absentia16 Premiata Forneria Marconi (aka PFM) - Per Un Amico17 Alice Cooper - Killer18 Radiohead - OK Computer19 The Smiths - Hatful of Hollow20 The The - InfectedAnd hovering just outside my top 20 and, on another day, could be included:Kate Bush - Hounds of Love, Tubeway Army - Tubeway Army, The Cure - All Mixed Up, The Cult - Love, Killing Joke - What's This For...!, Robert Wyatt - Rock Bottom, ELP - Tarkus, The Blue Nile - A Walk Across The Rooftops, Tenacious D - Tenacious D, Talk Talk - Spirit Of Eden, Lambchop - Nixon, Jethro Tull - A Passion Play, Japan - Tin Drum, Frankie Goes to Hollywood - Welcome to the Pleasure Dome, Egg - The Polite Force, Steven Wilson - The Raven That Refused to Sing (And Other Stories), Hatfield and the North - Hatfield And The North, Marillion - Misplaced Childhood.
Quote from: Reg on May 23, 2020, 00:39:14 amI'm going to have a go at this, but people keep popping albums up and I go "oh shit!", not least of which Bisto with Badlands' Badlands. Good call. I had the enormous pleasure of seeing them live back in the day.
Quote from: Reg on May 23, 2020, 00:39:14 amOh, and, of course, Tubeway Army : Replicas
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