How the hell did Carol King get in that lot?
My love for Carole knows no boundarys.
Ok, in that case I offer you a tramadol, a bourbon and a pumice stone
It’s a good album by a supremely talented woman
Close enough…I’ll take it!
Hate is everything you think it is.
Pinkerton was definitely one for the high school years. But when I first heard Blue…gee pop perfection. The one-two punch to finish of Holiday/Only In Dreams (what a build up)…Say It Ain’t So may be my favourite song ever…think they got back there with the white album, but between and after it’s been a rocky relationship to say the least
So many awesome memories and so many new things to listen to.
■■■■ the footy, this is where it’s at!
Pssst…you need to get yourself to the DJ thread…
Have you discussed this with Mrs decky?
The last bit?
Though - she keeps mixing it up, so I’ll probably have ABBA playing at my funeral or something.
Dancing Queen? Yeah the last bit lol.
Would be just like her, actually.
Some absolutely cracking selections thus far - very impressed.
I will throw down my best effort.
- Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger
- A Perfect Circle - Mer de Noms
- Karnivool - Themata
- Faith No More - Angeldust
- QOTSA - Songs for the Deaf
- Paul Simon - Graceland
- Soundgarden - Superunknown
- Tool - Aenima
- The Offspring - Ixnay on the Hombre
- Alice In Chains - Dirt
“Miles Davis, In a Silent Way”
Joe Zawinul would want some credit for this, but Miles wasn’t the type to give it.
All the same it probably, possibly, was the beginning of fusion, not sure if that was good or bad but it is a fine album.
Still I reckon ■■■■■■■ Brew beats it, in a developed print
The Blue Album is clearly a better album, but when it comes to favourites… That can sometimes just be about place and time.
Pinkerton hit me in the emotions when it first came out, whereas I had to go back to The Blue Album a few years later to get the full appreciation.
Ok, after receiving some interesting feedback today, I’ve had a rethink and redone my list, changing some so now they’re all ones that have ruled my life at different times and if I play them now still get me going or have even gotten better with time. A more honest list perhaps, not just classics I think I like more than perhaps I really do.
Ideally I’d have a couple of compilations, nothing beats “Substance 1987” and “Eponymous”. But anyway, no more changes, let’s lock these in and shut up:
- Pixies - Doolittle
- Gang Of Four - Entertainment!
- Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
- The Futureheads - The Futureheads
- Idlewild - 100 Broken Windows
- Buffalo Tom - Let Me Come Over
- Archers Of Loaf - Icky Mettle
- This Heat - Deceit
- My Bl00dy Valentine - Loveless
- Midnight Oil - 10,9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2,1
Thanks to this thread, I’ve just sat and watched High Fidelity for the first time in years.
Still a great movie
I was once tempted to sort my CDs out in autobiographical order, but damn that’s a task.
Yep…because then you would be at the mercy of your memory and whatever obscure reason you used when you did the sorting