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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Glue, Aug 14, 2009.
Top 3? Of all time? Pretty hard, but if I had to break it down to a few defining albums that marked shifts in my musical tastes...
Radiohead - Kid A
Nine Inch Nails - The Fragile
Aphex Twin - Drukqs
And some of the most well-produced music in existence.
Agreed. The Lamb is a damn fine album. A clear first for me. The Lamia is my favorite from it.
This is impossible. I refuse.
Oh, all right.
OK Computer would be on there.
London Calling would be on there.
I would thereafter be prevented from choosing between Arcade Fire's Funeral and Leonard Cohen's New Skin For The Old Ceremony.
1. Era Vulgaris - Queens of the Stone Age
2. The Campfire Headphase - Boards of Canada
3. High Expectations/Low Results - Faunts
Phobia - Benassi Bros
Strit it up - Bomfunk MCS
Double Fantasy - John Lennon
In no way are these my 3 favourite albums of all time, it's impossible to choose! So I'll just put up three I deem pretty awesome, and haven't been posted yet (To my knowledge!)
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Screw you guys!
3. HIM - Greatest Hits
2. Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium
1. Slipknot - All Hope Is Gone
I never understood the whole "love metal" thing...
In no particular order
Do Make Say Think - & Yet & Yet
Modest Mouse - Building Nothing Out Of Something
Sonic Youth- Sonic Nurse
I wouldn't really say these are my top 3... when you end up really loving an entire album from start to finish it's kinda hard to just chose 3 that are your favorites. These are just 3 that I've been listening to a lot recently.
I could never have one, two or three favorite albums. There are too many great ones out there that I'd do a disservice to if I chose only three. That being said, here are some albums I have always loved:
(What I'd like to call a perfect album.)
(Reprise always slays me in this one. It's just so damn good.)
Blew me away from the moment I heard it. Still blows me on occasion. Hardy har har.
A beautifully dark album. I might like it better than Funeral.
Definitely my favorite Of Montreal album.
How many bands can take a legendary hardcore punk album and turn it into a surreal neoclassical jungle soul masterpiece? [/indiesnob] But really, this album is amazing.
That's it for now. I'll post more because I like doing this and it's been a while since I've drooled over music like this.
I didn't expect you to.
Some of my favourites...
1. Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
2. Oasis - Be Here Now
3. The Beatles - Love
Hopefully I'll have different ones in 3 years' time.
This is my kind of music.
Looks like a lot of people dig Boards of Canada. Suppose that means I should check them out!
You'll kick yourself for not doing so earlier.
That's what I do with every other band I discover a few years late.