311 - Music
311 - 311
311 - Grassroots
311 - Uplifter
311 - Transistor
311 - From Chaos
311 - Soundsystem
Live - Throwing Copper
Guns n Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Firehouse - Firehouse
I'm biased, because I'm a huge fan, but Drive-By Truckers are a mind blowing band. I bought their album "A Blessing and a Curse" on a whim, and had my mind blown wide open. I've always hated commercial country, but felt I could relate to classic country music like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, Gram Parsons, and especially the country side of the Stones ("Wild Horses" and "Dead Flowers" are 2 of my all time favorite songs). The DBTs take their cues from all of those guys (especially the Stones), the 'Mats, the Faces, and occasionally Skynyrd to create an awesome, guitar driven sound.
Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin
Warren Zevon - Warren Zevon
Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon
Prairie Winds - Neil Young
Live at Massey Hall 1971 - Neil Young
The White Album - The Beatles
Paranoid - Black Sabbath
Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
America IV - J.R. Cash
Broken Boy Soldiers - The Raconteurs
Nirvana, Anything from Mr. Zimmerman (Bob Dylan), Jimi, and every Led Zep album were all close to making the list.
1. Cauterize - "So Far From Real"
2. Brand New - "Deja Entendu"
3. Taking Back Sunday - "Tell All Your Friends"
4. Coheed and Cambria - any of their 4
5. Thrice - "The Illusion of Safey"
6. You, Me, and Everyone We Know - "Party For the Grown and Sexy"
7. The Lawrence Arms - "Oh Calcutta"
8. A Small Victory - "El Camino"
9. The Hold Steady - Any one of their 4
10. Alkaline Trio - "From Here to the Infirmary"
a lot of 90's music listed but no one has named the album "sixteen stone" by bush?
In no particular order...trying to think of some that haven't been mentioned
Raw Power - Iggy Pop & the Stooges
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - David Bowie
Led Zeppelin IV (Untitled) - Led Zeppelin
Who's Next - The Who
Jailbreak - Thin Lizzy
Siamese Dream - Smashing Pumpkins
Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin
Machinehead - Deep Purple
Use Your Illusion - Guns N Roses
The Soundtrack for either Air Bud 2: Golden Receiver or Air Bud 4: Seventh Inning Fetch
Great topic...I love music threads....
In no particular order....
1. Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St.
2. U2 - Unforgettable Fire
3. Wilco - Being There
4. Black Crowes - Amorica
5. The Who - Who's Next
6. Radiohead - The Bends
7. CSNY - Deja Vu
8. Police - Ghost in the Machine
10. Various Artists - Atlantic Rhythm & Blues 1947-1974, Vol. 6 (1966-1969) - Not a studio album, but the greatest single disc of Stax/Atlantic soul music
*** I left off the Faces (probably my favorite group) as I only listen to their boxed set. Same for the Clash, listen to "Clash on Broadway". Also a huge fan of pre-Disco era Rod Stewart...see the "Reason to Believe" boxed set. Way to hard too pick a single Neil Young album either....
I would also have to agree on some of the earlier comments...Yield is my favorite PJ album....I too prefer In Utero and Unplugged to Nevermind.
Nice to see some respect for Pavement on here.
In no particular order
Exile On Main Street- The Rolling Stones
Who's Next- The Who
At Folsom Prison- Johnny Cash
Abbey Road- The Beatles
The Beatles: 1962-1966- The Beatles
The Joshua Tree- U2
Pet Sounds- The Beach Boys
Frampton Comes Alive- Peter Frampton