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Do you like music, if you do, what is your favourite CD?

I really like music, especially dance/electronic music, but my favorite artist is Shakira (I have almost all of her albums)

 

My favorite album is Laundry Service, all the songs of this albums are very good, meaningful, catchy, rock & pop. The same as Dónde están los ladrones? (Which is my 2nd favorite)

 

What about you?

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can't possibly just pick 1

 

(I like Rock, Metal, Industrial, Alternative, Electronic. . pretty much everything except Pop, and most Country (tho I do like Reba, Dixie Chicks, and Dolly Parton)

 

so I'll list 5 albums (in no particular order) that I can listen to over and over and over (Desert Island Discs, if you will)

 

KISS: "Destroyer" -- an absolute masterpiece and the high-point of their career. Every song is great.

 

Fleetwood Mac: "Rumors" - again, a masterpiece. Every single song is brilliant, and most were hits.

the Beatles: "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" -- WHAT a track list (tho I also love "Magical Mystery tour")

 

the Who: "Meaty, Beaty, Big and Bouncy" -- a compilation album, but . . just look at this track list:

"I Can't Explain"

"The Kids Are Alright"

"Happy Jack"

"I Can See for Miles"

"Pictures of Lily"

"My Generation"

"The Seeker"

"Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere"

"Pinball Wizard"

"A Legal Matter"

"Boris the Spider"

"Magic Bus"

"Substitute"

"I'm a Boy"

 

Simple Minds: "Once Upon a Time" -- not as strong as the prior album ("Sparkle in the Rain") but an album I bought based on a whim, and listened until the tape broke (seriously), I then replaced it eventually bought a vinyl and CD version. LOVE this particular album.

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whats a CD? lol

 

some all time favorite LPs (according to my last.fm counter):

 

Interpol - Antics

Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights

Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest

Deerhunter - Monomania

Autolux - Transit Transit

Autolux - Future Perfect

Warpaint - The Fool

New Order - Movement

New Order - Power Corruption & Lies

The Cure - Disintegration

The Cure - Head on the Door

Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine

Beatles - Sgt Pepper

Beatles - Abbey Road

 

most of these are listened to via MP3, sometimes vinyl if I feel like digging it out. couldnt tell you the last time I put on a CD.

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I don't really have one favourite, but rather a list of them. Here they are (though I'm guaranteed to be missing a couple)

 

Amon Amarth - With Oden on Our Side

Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell

The Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out

Eluveitie - Helvetios

Gogol Bordello - Super Taranta!

Jimmy Smith - The Cat

Korpiklaani - Manala

Metric - Fantasies

Miles Davis - Kind of Blue

Quo Vadis - Defiant Imagination

Rammstein - Mutter

Stereoscope Jerk Explosion - La Panthere Pop

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue - Orleans & Claiborne

Volcano - Mythology

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Bleh... tough one. Ten or so off of the top of my head:

 

Immolation - Close to a World Below

Faith No More - King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime

Talking Heads - Remain in Light

Siouxsie and the Banshees - Juju

Deep Purple - In Rock

Suffocation - Pierced from Within

Voivod - Dimension Hatross

King Diamond - Abigail

Alice in Chains - Dirt

Katatonia - Last Fair Deal Gone Down

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I listen to a wide range of albums... as long as there is substance in their lyrics. Depeche Mode, Rolling Stones, R.E.M., Janis Joplin, Fleetwood Mac, Eurythmics, Tom Petty, Marilyn Manson, Joni Mitchell, The Doors, Nirvana, Journey, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, just to name a few.

 

In my 33 years, there is only one album I've ever encountered that is flawless. From beginning to end, you never need to skip a track. It never boasts. It never tries to hard. It's truthful. It's honest. It's magic. No, it's not Sgt. Pepper.

 

It's this:

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I listen to a wide range of albums... as long as there is substance in their lyrics. Depeche Mode, Rolling Stones, R.E.M., Janis Joplin, Fleetwood Mac, Eurythmics, Tom Petty, Marilyn Manson, Joni Mitchell, The Doors, Nirvana, Journey, Led Zeppelin, Madonna, just to name a few.

 

In my 33 years, there is only one album I've ever encountered that is flawless. From beginning to end, you never need to skip a track. It never boasts. It never tries to hard. It's truthful. It's honest. It's magic. No, it's not Sgt. Pepper.

 

It's this:

 

Personally, I think "Achtung Baby" is a much stronger album.

 

the 1st three songs on "Joshua Tree" got so overplayed, if I do listen to the album, I always skip em.

 

Not true of AB

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