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    Quadrophenia and Tommy blow Pink Floyd's discography out of the water.

    That said, I agree with 30. PF begins and ends with Piper for me. I've never seen the appeal of that band. My brother is a huge PF fan, has made me mix tapes of stuff and I just don't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dancj View Post
    Interesting.

    I recently started to listen to Battle Born, and so far it's not grabbed me in the slightest. I haven't given up yet though. Sam's Town was a grower.
    IMHO, all of The Killers music is pretty great. These two are the only ones with clear themes (I love a concept album!), and best showcase Brandon Flowers vocals/songwriting.
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    Lustmord - Word as Power
    Zoroaster - Matador
    Tool - Lateralus
    A Perfect Circle - The 13th Step
    White Zombie - Astro Creep 2000
    Neurosis - Through Silver in Blood
    Steve Von Till - If I Should Fall to the Field
    Cathedral - The Ethereal Mirror
    Front Line Assembly - Hard Wired
    Collide - Vortex

    Honorable mentions:
    1. Mastodon - Blood Mountain
    2. Front Line Assembly - Implode
    3. Neurosis - The Eye of Every Storm
    4. Cathedral - Soul Sacrifice/Static Magic EP
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    Honorable Mentions

    ●Dark Side of The Moon Pink Floyd
    ●Oil of Every Pearl's Uninsides Sophie
    ●Union Yes
    ●Remain in Light Talking Heads

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieHavoc View Post
    Quadrophenia and Tommy blow Pink Floyd's discography out of the water.

    That said, I agree with 30. PF begins and ends with Piper for me. I've never seen the appeal of that band. My brother is a huge PF fan, has made me mix tapes of stuff and I just don't get it.
    I never really got Pink Floyd until I started smoking pot.

    Not saying you should try that, but you should totally try that.

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    and now for sometime totally different...... Not in any specific order.....

    Madonna - Like A Prayer

    Michael Jackson - Thriller

    Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain

    Heart - Heart

    Nena - 99 Luftballons

    Donna Summer - Bad Girls

    Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad

    Madonna - Madonna

    Bryan Adams - Reckless

    Tina Turner - Private Dancer.


    If I had been able to list greatest hits, the two Madonna albums would come off, and two of her greatest hits CDs would be on...."Celebration", her most recent package, and "Something to Remember", a collection of her ballads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spike-X View Post
    I never really got Pink Floyd until I started smoking pot.
    Me too. And Ozric Tentacles.

    Since I stopped, the appeal of Ozric Tentacles has worn off, but I still quite like Pink Floyd.

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    Really tough to choose, but will give it a shot (mostly from my teenage years 16-19):

    Suzanne Vega – Solitude Standing
    Bananarama - Wow
    Madonna - Erotica
    Madonna - Like a Prayer
    Bananarama - True Confessions
    Shakespear’s Sister – Sacred Heart
    Belinda Carlisle– Runaway Horses
    Janet Jackson– Rhythm Nation 1814
    Kim Wilde – Close
    Transvision Vamp – Velveteen

    If I could add Greatest Hits there'd be a whole lot notably ABBA (Gold) and Kate Bush (The Whole Story)

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    Man or Astroman? - DEFCON 5,4,3,2,1

    MORRISSEY - Your Arsenal

    SONIC YOUTH - Evol

    STORM TROOPERS OF DEATH - Speak English or Die

    The HIVES - Black & White Album

    Pink Floyd - The Division Bell

    The Courettes - We Are the Courettes

    ACID BABY JESUS - Lilac Days

    The MISFITS - Static Age

    MESSER CHUPS - Surf Riders from Swamp Lagoon

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJNeal View Post
    IMHO, all of The Killers music is pretty great. These two are the only ones with clear themes (I love a concept album!), and best showcase Brandon Flowers vocals/songwriting.
    Garage rock is where it's at.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLGO 13 View Post
    STORM TROOPERS OF DEATH - Speak English or Die
    In my early 20s, this could've made my list. I can't really take Billy Milano seriously, or his worldview.

    But I still car mosh when March of the SOD pops up on a Spotify crossover playlist.

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    1. "What it is to Burn" - Finch
    2. "Tell All Your Friends" - Taking Back Sunday
    3. "XTORT" - KMFDM
    4. "Deja Entendu" - Brand New
    5. "Discovering the Waterfront" - Silverstein
    6. "Let it Enfold You" - Senses Fail
    7. "Bleed American" - Jimmy Eat World
    8. "Homesick" - A Day to Remember
    9. "Ire Works" - The Dillinger Escape Plan
    10. "Symbols" - KMFDM
    I'm the moonshield

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZombieHavoc View Post
    In my early 20s, this could've made my list. I can't really take Billy Milano seriously, or his worldview.

    But I still car mosh when March of the SOD pops up on a Spotify crossover playlist.
    No doubt Billy is better left ignored & dismissed. Still, that first SOD was hilarious offensive & the music STILL holds up quite well, 30+ years after release.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GOLGO 13 View Post
    No doubt Billy is better left ignored & dismissed. Still, that first SOD was hilarious offensive & the music STILL holds up quite well, 30+ years after release.
    Phil A. tried to call out Scott Ian from Anthrax for being on this record...but Scott never seig heiled and white powered the audience at one of his shows...

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