Your Top Ten Favourite Albums If You Were Stuck On A Deserted Island


#61

Led Zeppelin - IV
The Darkness - Permission To Land
Paul Simon - Graceland
Metallica - S&M
Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy
Hunters & Collectors - Under One Roof
You Am I - Hourly Daily
You Am I - Hi Fi Way
Johnny Cash - At Folsom Prison
Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks…


#62

The Darkness - Permission To Land

Eclectic list there, … Kanye?? Really?

All jokes aside, . what is it about The Darkness that floats your boat?


#63

In no order -

Live - Throwing Copper
Pearl Jam - Ten
Bruce Springsteen - Born in The Usa
The Killers - Hot Fuss
Baby Animals - Shaved and Dangerous
The Darkness - Permission to Land
The Offspring - Ixnay on the Hombre
Silverchair - Frogstomp
Muse - Showbiz
Roxette - Look Sharp


#64

in order

GnR…Appetite for Destruction
RHCP…Blood Sugar Sex Majik
Bob Marley… Legend
Pink Floyd… The Wall
Midnight Oil…Place Without A Postcard.
Led Zepplin…BBC Sessions
Dr Dre… 2001
Chemical Brothers… 93-03
Violent Femmes… Debacle
Cat Stevens…Tea For The Tillerman.


#65
Well I guess they wouldn't be called Beach Boys if they weren't suitable for a desert island.
Only one of them could surf - and he drowned. False advertising.

#66
1. Pet Sounds 2. Pet Sounds 3. Pet Sounds 4. Physical Graffiti 5. Pet Sounds 6. Led Zeppelin IV 7. Pet Sounds 8. Pet Sounds 9. Tea for the Tillerman 10. Pet Sounds

Tea for the Tillerman should be at number 8.that was a very good album.


#67

Pre-crash version of this thread had plenty of Oils nominations. Which prompted me to dig some out again. Thats why i love these Blitz threads. Thanks heaps for the prompt.

Currently stuck in traffic in Fark Carlton with The Dead Heart absolutely pumping.


#68
Pre-crash version of this thread had plenty of Oils nominations.

#69

Can’t help myself.
Just 1 more, a little heavier this time…


#70

White Mansions
Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan
Monkey Island - J Geils Band
White Album - Beatles
Some People Just Can’t Dance - Mickey Jupp
Dingo - Gary Shearston
Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart
An Old Raincoat Won’t Let You down - Faces
Born To Run - The Boss
Car Wheels on a gravel Road - Lucinda Williams
The Road to Escondido - JJ Cale Eric Clapton


#71

#72

Speaking Sun Songs

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xmqau_the-stranglers-always-the-sun_music


#73
White Mansions Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan Monkey Island - J Geils Band White Album - Beatles Some People Just Can't Dance - Mickey Jupp Dingo - Gary Shearston Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart An Old Raincoat Won't Let You down - Faces Born To Run - The Boss Car Wheels on a gravel Road - Lucinda Williams The Road to Escondido - JJ Cale Eric Clapton

Now there is a blast from the past.
Haven’t heard Roy for years.
The man can certainly play.

*and Every Picture Tells a Story
From back when Rod was worth a listen.
A fine album.
In fact I might go put on the eye patch, whack the parrot on the shoulder, and go get me a copy.
Once again; it’s been a long time.
Too long.


#74

gotta jettison one album from my original top 10 list and replace with Meliora by Ghost. Don’t think I’ve listened to an album on such a regular ongoing basis since I was a teenager. Virtually nothing else has had a look in since I got the CD. Every song sooo strong.


#75
White Mansions Roy Buchanan - Roy Buchanan Monkey Island - J Geils Band White Album - Beatles Some People Just Can't Dance - Mickey Jupp Dingo - Gary Shearston Every Picture Tells a Story - Rod Stewart An Old Raincoat Won't Let You down - Faces Born To Run - The Boss Car Wheels on a gravel Road - Lucinda Williams The Road to Escondido - JJ Cale Eric Clapton

Now there is a blast from the past.
Haven’t heard Roy for years.
The man can certainly play.

*and Every Picture Tells a Story
From back when Rod was worth a listen.
A fine album.
In fact I might go put on the eye patch, whack the parrot on the shoulder, and go get me a copy.
Once again; it’s been a long time.
Too long.

Correct! - all over when he met Britt and started crooning.


#76

Agree,rod went chasing hits,Ronnie wood went chasing stardom.i really admire Jeff beck.he chased neither.


#77

Seems like a good time to revisit this great thread. Currently trying to work out how I can fit in Beck’s Mellow Gold, and FNM, Introduce Yourself - which I’ve been listening to a lot lately, very underrated album, probably unsurprisingly given the quality of the Patton period. Finally I don’t think I could include it before Angel Dust or King for a Day, but it has a quite distinct groove - everything to do with Billy Gould - compared to the later albums. ZA classic before the classics.


#78

The Notorious B.I.G. - Ready To Die

Run The Jewels - Run The Jewels 2

Kendrick Lamar - To Pimp A Butterfly

Slaughterhouse - Welcome to Our House

Calvin Harris - 18 Months

The Doors - the Doors

Ghostface Killah - Supreme Clientele

Meshuggah - Nothing

Panda Bear - Person Pitch

Radiohead - OK Computer


#79

Van Halen - Fair Warning
Van Halen 1
Van Halen - 1984
Van Halen - 5150
GNR - Lies
The Black Crowes - Best Of
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
The Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
Mellencamp - Human Wheels
Mellencamp - Life Death Love and Freedom


#80

Also, would you consider an upgrade on Fugazi to Repeater + 3 Songs, or even Beastie Boys maybe to Check Your Head?