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#21 2017-10-09 21:40:27

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

USMstang wrote:

Queensryche - Operation Mindcrime

Solid album. Saw them open for Leppard in 88.


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#22 2017-10-09 21:54:19

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

sex pistols- nevermind the bollocks, here's the sex pistols.
flesh for Lulu - Long live the New Flesh
xtc - skylarking

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#23 2017-10-09 22:14:08

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

99beers wrote:

All the post are being cutoff at the bottom......

Should be fixed. I was implementing the Doc Saddler icon and shit got weird for a brief period.

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#24 2017-10-09 22:54:34

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

Edie Brickell- Shooting Rubber Bands at the Stars
Katy Perry- Teenage Dream
Mary Chapin Carpenter- Hometown Girl

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#25 2017-10-09 23:21:55

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

David Allan Coe - fuck anita bryant.
Redd Foxx - sometimes you gotta wash your ass.
The Darling Family - don't beat your grandma with a big stick.
Conway Twitty - you're the reason our kids are ugly.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBe2Bq4jYPA

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#26 2017-10-10 08:37:30

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

Steely Dan - Aja
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here / Animals (tie)
Rush - Moving Pictures / A Farewell to Kings (tie)

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#27 2017-10-10 10:04:23

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

SigEagle88 wrote:

Steely Dan - Aja
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here / Animals (tie)
Rush - Moving Pictures / A Farewell to Kings (tie)

Power Windows and Presto are pretty close to perfect, too.

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#28 2017-10-10 14:16:58

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

Replacements "Pleased to Meet Me"
Son Volt "Trace"
Beatles "Abbey Road

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#29 2017-10-10 17:31:09

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

Cheap Trick, Live at Budokan; B52s, debut; Todd Rundgren, A Wizard a True Star; and for extra bonus points: Frank Zappa, Apostrophe.


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#30 2017-10-10 20:40:17

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

Other than the blues masters:

Black Crowes - Shake your money maker

Metallica - Master of Puppets

Metallica - Black

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#31 2017-10-10 21:54:34

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Re: Slow Monday OT - Top 3 Greatest Albums You Have Owned

B&GBU wrote:

Cheap Trick, Live at Budokan; B52s, debut; Todd Rundgren, A Wizard a True Star; and for extra bonus points: Frank Zappa, Apostrophe.

Seeing Rundgren on your list reminds me of a concert I saw in Mobile back in 2001 called A Walk Down Abbey Road, a Tribute to the Beatles.  I don't do tribute shows but the players were as follows:
Todd Rundgren, Alan Parsons, Ann Wilson, John Entwistle, David Pack and backing musicians from The John Entwistle Band.  It was rather amazing and of course, Entwistle died less than a year later.  I still have a guitar pick from that show!!


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