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« Reply #30 on: August 01, 2007, 10:49:38 PM »

10. Licensed to Ill- Beastie Boys
9. Straight Outta Lynwood- Weird Al Yankovic
8. Life Goes On- Loose Cannons
7. The Wall- Pink Floyd
6. Hooray for Boobies- The Bloodhound Gang
5. Dirt- Alice in Chains
4. Nevermind- Nirvana
3. The Essential Neil Diamond (2 disc greatest hits comp.  Neil rocks.)
2. Back in Black- AC/DC
1. Flood- They Might Be Giants

Overall, these are all great albums, in my opinion at least. 
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« Reply #31 on: August 02, 2007, 06:04:35 PM »

Joni Mitchell - The Hissing Of Summer Lawns
Gorguts - Obscura
Nas - Illmatic
My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Nick Drake - Pink Moon
Goldie - Timeless
Steely Dan - Katie Lied
Oval - Systemisch
Da Pharcyde - Bizzare Ride II The Pharcyde
Slint - Spiderland
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« Reply #32 on: August 02, 2007, 09:53:24 PM »

BAD music? Try the MENTORS. It's so bad it's ANTI-Music! Bought a tape of them once...out of morbid curiosity...they suck laffably!



I would say that the scariest CD that I own would be this.

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« Reply #33 on: August 02, 2007, 11:23:09 PM »


And... checkmate!  This is one of my shadiest titles, though it does get all too frequent rotation.  TeddyR

Hey, earlier you had asked me what I thought of the new Smashing Pumpkins album.  Well, I finally picked it up and gave it a few listens.  I'm afraid I have to agree with the AllMusic review; it is really substandard and sloppy, given the impressive body of work prior to the split.  The first thing that really struck me was that it lacks the usual song-to-song contrast between heavy guitars and dreamy orchestration.  It really has no flow or direction of any kind, for that matter.  It's also strangely political, which doesn't seem to be one of Corgan's lyrical strengths.  But I got it used, and for $5 I don't feel too betrayed.  Now, I did manage to collect the three bonus tracks and I've gotta say, those are better than anything that made it onto the album, particularly the lo-fi eponym Zeitgeist.
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« Reply #34 on: August 03, 2007, 10:15:10 AM »

And... checkmate!  This is one of my shadiest titles, though it does get all too frequent rotation.  TeddyR

Even DIVINE can't be this bad, though I must admit to sneaking FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS onto mixes I burn for friends  Twirling:
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« Reply #35 on: August 03, 2007, 06:02:17 PM »

(I swear this is true, you can't make crap like this up.) Back in the late 80's, I was still in party mode then, I had this NIGHTMARE that everywhere I went I saw Zamfir and his pan flute playing some song ... it actually woke me up. The next day I told my (so called) best about this dream and how weird it was. So on my birthday a couple of month later he gave me this ...



I still have it and it is still unopened. I plan on giving it back to him one day, just waiting for the right time.

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« Reply #36 on: August 04, 2007, 10:26:32 PM »

I have to admit to being a fan of THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS. Great funny, catchy stuff.
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« Reply #37 on: August 04, 2007, 10:46:06 PM »

I have to admit to being a fan of THEY MIGHT BE GIANTS. Great funny, catchy stuff.

Anything by them is good.  Great band.


And... checkmate!  This is one of my shadiest titles, though it does get all too frequent rotation.  TeddyR

Hey, earlier you had asked me what I thought of the new Smashing Pumpkins album.  Well, I finally picked it up and gave it a few listens.  I'm afraid I have to agree with the AllMusic review; it is really substandard and sloppy, given the impressive body of work prior to the split.  The first thing that really struck me was that it lacks the usual song-to-song contrast between heavy guitars and dreamy orchestration.  It really has no flow or direction of any kind, for that matter.  It's also strangely political, which doesn't seem to be one of Corgan's lyrical strengths.  But I got it used, and for $5 I don't feel too betrayed.  Now, I did manage to collect the three bonus tracks and I've gotta say, those are better than anything that made it onto the album, particularly the lo-fi eponym Zeitgeist.

Never knew Divine did an album.  Odd. 
Can't be any worse than William Shatner or Don Johnson.  Although, I do like Johnson's "Heartbeat" song.
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« Reply #38 on: August 05, 2007, 01:08:08 AM »

Never knew Divine did an album.  Odd. 


Ever wonder why Divine wasn't in Desperate Living?  He wanted to take a break from Waters' films.  He toured the dance circuit for a bit, mostly in Europe, and recorded a few albums (the one I posted was merely a compilation).  He also acted in a few off-Broadway plays:  Women Behind Bars and it's sequel, The Neon Woman.  I have a bootleg of the latter and it's really quite good.  He broke from Waters again in 1985 to star with Tab Hunter in the atrociously bad pseudo-western Lust for Dust.  After the success of Hairspray, he was invited to appear in an episode of Married With Children, though he died shortly before filming began.  The episode does have a dedication to him in the credits though.  TeddyR

Here's a clip, but remember, you made me do it:
[youtube=425,350]http://youtube.com/watch?v=_N8hAlkEusU
Note: singing starts with 4:42 remaining
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« Reply #39 on: August 05, 2007, 11:31:51 AM »

I heard that Divine was the inspiration for Ursula the Sea Witch in Disney's The Little Mermaid.  Which, if you look at her, has to be true. 

Which is cool. 
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« Reply #40 on: September 25, 2008, 05:38:45 PM »

1. "Inside The Electric Circus" - W.A.S.P.
2. "Midnite Dynamite" - KIX
3. "The Ultimate Sin" - Ozzy Osbourne
4. "Visual Lies" - Lizzy Borden
5. "Pull" - Winger
6. "Youthanasia" - Megadeth
7. "1987" - Whitesnake
8. "Van Halen" - Van Halen
9. "Unmasked" - KISS
10. "Abigail" - King Diamond
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« Reply #41 on: September 26, 2008, 10:12:18 PM »

Itís really tough to narrow all the albums I like to just ten! Sticking only to rock as a genre, these ten might be my favorites, either for personal meaning to me or for their excellence, hopefully for both, lol.

Ten: Never Mind The Bollocks, Hereís The Sex Pistols, by The Sex Pistols
Nine: The Wall, Pink Floyd
Eight: In Utero, Nirvana
Seven: All That You Canít Leave Behind, U2
Six: The Doors, The Doors
Five: Achtung Baby, U2
Four: Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette
Three: Exile in Guyville, Liz Phair
Two: Dookie, Green Day
One: Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, by The Smashing Pumpkins

Honorable Mentions: Imagine, John Lennon; Staring at the Sea, The Cure; Pieces of You, Jewel; Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Canít We? The Cranberries; At Folsom Prison, Johnny Cash; Revolver, The Beatles.
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« Reply #42 on: September 27, 2008, 01:11:20 AM »

(in no order, and this kind of list is just an approximation)

1.   One of the Zeppelin albums, hard to say which.
2.   San Juan Suite, by Michael Gettel
3.   Dire Straits, Alchemy album
4.   Elton John's Live in Australia album
5.   Lou Reed, Rock 'n Roll Animal
6.   Male Ensemble Northwest, "The Promised Land" (a capella album, awesome)
7.   Talking Heads, the "Sand in the Vaseline" collection

and I'm out of ideas.
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« Reply #43 on: September 27, 2008, 02:55:36 AM »

Here are my ten favorite albums of all time, in no particular order:



Original Soundtrack - Death Proof (2007)

Yes, I think this album is the awesome. Tarantino put together a great collection of forgotten or rarely heard gems. Amazing stuff.



Vanity 6 - Vanity 6 (1982)

Steamy lingerie funk with a dash of New Wave, Pop and Rock. A much seeked after cult album produced by Prince. I'm glad I bought the original CD when it first came out. My most treasured ever.



Led Zeppelin - In Through The Out Door (1979)

Zepp's most underrated in my opinion. Not a classic album by any means but Fool In The Rain and All My Love are soooo addictive. Love it.



Kid Rock - Devil Without A Cause (1998)

Even though I never bought Kid Rock's trailer trash schtick I still think this is one of the greatest white trash albums from the 90s. And it still holds up well these days  TongueOut



Teena Marie - It Must Be Magic (1981)

White lady sings the blues. Teena remains a vocal phenomenon and her 1981 album is an excursion into sultry rhythm and blues, danceable funk and goosebump inducing ballads.



Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral (1994)

Do I ever love this album. Perfect from start to finish and yes, Closer still kicks all sort of ass.



Prince - Dirty Mind (1980)

Raw, edgy and full of marvels. Dirty Mind always impressed me with its sparse arrangements and the fusion of rock and R&B.



Dream Syndicate - The Days Of Wine And Roses (1982)

"Underground" rock greatness, simply put. Halloween gets lots of airplay in October  Smile



Peaches - The Teaches Of Peaches (2000)

What can I say, I have a soft spot for chicks with a flithy mouth. f**k The Pain Away kills me everytime.



Patti Smith Group - Easter (1978)

And speaking of filth, how can I do a best of without Patti? All hail the queen Proto-Punk rock!



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« Reply #44 on: September 27, 2008, 08:47:20 AM »

Here are my ten favorite albums of all time, in no particular order:



Kid Rock - Devil Without A Cause (1998)

Even though I never bought Kid Rock's trailer trash schtick I still think this is one of the greatest white trash albums from the 90s. And it still holds up well these days  TongueOut


I don't buy that whole schtick either, but I think the dude's put out some great albums, honestly.  Devil still holds up today, about 10 years after it came out.  Good call.
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