Favorite album?

I try do as others suggest and stop the cerebrations, music helps. I'd like to say I'm into something perceived as cooler or more interesting by everyone, but this is the album that gets played the most.

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I have lots of favourite albums in many a genre, but this album is the one that gets played most on the old record player.

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The Sword - Age of Winters

Black Sabbath 1

The Knife - Deep Cuts

T. Rex - Dandy in the Underworld

Wolf Parade - Apologies to the Queen Mary

Eek a Mouse - Anarexol

Townes Van Zandt's Live at the Old Quarter

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Live And Dangerous is the only correct answer.

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haha no way, live and dangerous for real? I will look for it, seems like it'd be a good tape to own, tbh I never listened to it

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The Smiths - Strangeways (a genius and bittersweet final album of an iconic band)

Bad Religion - No Control ( I still remember every single fucking word, beginning to end)

Depeche Mode - 101 (The 80's were coming to a close and it was a summer of pure magic)

Air - Moon Safari (The 90's were coming to a close and we hadn't a care in the world.)

Brian Eno - Music For Airports (hands down, my first and best choice for peaceful, meditative early morning hikes)

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> Potr zebie Wrote:

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> The Smiths - Strangeways (a genius and bittersweet final album of an

> iconic band)

>

> Bad Religion - No Control ( I still remember every single fucking word,

> beginning to end)

>

Strangeways is 🔥🔥🔥

Suffer is better 😈

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> Potr zebie Wrote:

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>

> Depeche Mode - 101 (The 80's were coming to a close and it was a summer

> of pure magic)

>

> Air - Moon Safari (The 90's were coming to a close and we hadn't a care

> in the world.)

>

> Brian Eno - Music For Airports (hands down, my first and best choice for

> peaceful, meditative early morning hikes)

Honestly I have beef with all of your picks 😂

Music for the masses and Talkie Walkie are in my top 25 all time

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> Edward Koipond Wrote:

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> > Potr zebie Wrote:

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> > -------------------------------------------------------

>

> >

>

> > Depeche Mode - 101 (The 80's were coming to a close and it was a

> summer

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> > of pure magic)

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> >

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> > Air - Moon Safari (The 90's were coming to a close and we hadn't a

> care

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> > in the world.)

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> >

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> > Brian Eno - Music For Airports (hands down, my first and best choice

> for

>

> > peaceful, meditative early morning hikes)

>

> Honestly I have beef with all of your picks 😂

>

> Music for the masses and Talkie Walkie are in my top 25 all time

Its kinda fun when you disagree on the album but agree on the band. Like while its widely regarded as one of their worst, shake it up is probably my favorite cars album (and ironically the title track maybe my least favorite cars song...)

and while everyone seems to prefer "77" or "in light", for me it's "little creatures"

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punkrock randy /

Great favorite to revisit (edited)

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> Potr zebie Wrote:

> -------------------------------------------------------

> The Smiths - Strangeways (a genius and bittersweet final album of an

> iconic band)

>

> Bad Religion - No Control ( I still remember every single fucking word,

> beginning to end)

>

> Depeche Mode - 101 (The 80's were coming to a close and it was a summer

> of pure magic)

>

> Air - Moon Safari (The 90's were coming to a close and we hadn't a care

> in the world.)

>

> Brian Eno - Music For Airports (hands down, my first and best choice for

> peaceful, meditative early morning hikes)

solid

New Order's Movement

first album so still lots of Ian Curtis energy, peter hook singing, opens up with the first track that is a cerrtified banger

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> Born to be WillD Wrote:

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> Its kinda fun when you disagree on the album but agree on the band.

Those are the only arguments I truly enjoy 😂

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> Dave & Bummerzz Wrote:

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> New Order's Movement

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> first album so still lots of Ian Curtis energy, peter hook singing,

> opens up with the first track that is a cerrtified banger

>

I feel like Low-Life is the proper medium between the morbid post punk of Joy Division, and the loathsome club kids that New Order became on Technique.

Also it still has plenty of dark humor.

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punkrock randy /

Anything by Hot Water Music

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> Edward Koipond Wrote:

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> > Dave & Bummerzz Wrote:

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> >

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> > New Order's Movement

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> >

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> > first album so still lots of Ian Curtis energy, peter hook singing,

>

> > opens up with the first track that is a cerrtified banger

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> >

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> I feel like Low-Life is the proper medium between the morbid post punk

> of Joy Division, and the loathsome club kids that New Order became on

> Technique.

>

> Also it still has plenty of dark humor.

honestly I'm even fine with Republic, it's a totally adequate art pop joint. 2000's to now can go away though

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I don't think I'll ever be tired of this one, nor will it ever fail to force my volume dial to max

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That's a vintage bush!

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lots of great side projects from all of them as well

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punkrock randy /

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