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    Thirteen tales from urban bohemia by the dandy warhols.

    They are the best summer choons ever EVER.
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    Elliot Minor - Elliot Minor
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    Linkin Park- 'Hybrid Theory' and 'Meteora' were awesome.

    As were Muse- 'Showbiz' and 'Origin Of Symmetry' .

    Both bands have lost a lot of their greatness since then.
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    dark side of the moon-pink floyd
    a true masterpiece for any classic rock fan
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    (Original post by gimp21)
    Kind of Blue - Miles Davis
    ^This.

    But moreso London Calling by The Clash.

    And Frightened Rabbit's The Winter of Mixed Drinks is up there. The next few weeks may see the Clash de-throned as my FR obsession deepens.
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    That's a tough question.
    Probably Iron Maiden's Somewhere in Time.
    Megadeth's Rust in Peace.

    Not sure. So many brilliant albums out there.
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    Muse - Resistance
    Muse - Origins of symmetry
    Muse - Supermassive black-hole
    30 Seconds to Mars - Beautiful lie
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    I can't choose a specific Green Day album:eek3:
    All of them
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    Rise Against - The Sufferer and the Witness - I know it word for word, brilliant album.

    Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication - need I say anything?
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    (Original post by bullet_theory92)
    I looked back up to a week ago in the threads and didnt find the same thread. so i was wondering...

    What is your favourite album and why? i'm interested in broadening my horizons

    MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE
    Album; If



    Watch if you can be arsed;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dDv_Z7nA0yg

    ________

    Also.... The Klaxons
    Album; Myths of the near future

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    OK Computer, Silent Alarm or Whatever people say I am, that's what I'm not.
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    Feeder

    album :The singles
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    (Original post by CatatonicStupor)
    Explosions in the Sky - The Earth is not a Cold, Dead Place

    Possibly the best piece of instrumental rock every written. There's just so much depth in it, it's amazing; more so when you consider the average junk put out by a four-piece rock band. This just has everything I could ever want in an album - it's one of the few where I can just put it on, and not think "Hm, this song is too long/boring/samey; let's skip it." Then again, all EitS albums are pretty damned epic, so I'm getting psyched for their 2011 one.

    YES! such a good album, easily their best work, although its not my favourite of all time
    my music tastes change too much so i really dont think i could pinpoint a favourite album
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    Aqua - Aquarius
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    My favourite album seems a cyclical thing, going round in a full circle over about 6 months.

    I have to say that The Bends by Radiohead is probably my favourite, by Highway 61 Revisited by Dylan or August and Everything After by The Counting Crows pushes it close.
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    Congratulations - MGMT
    Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We? - The Cranberries
    The Queen is Dead - The Smiths

    There are more but these are Top 3 :rolleyes:
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    silent alarm- bloc party

    the college dropout- kanye west

    and eternally:

    (Original post by OmicronPersei8)
    The Queen is Dead - The Smiths
    good call
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    Just now, it's a toss of the four-sided coin between: The Final Cut or the Division Bell by Pink Floyd, A Trick of the Tail by Genesis, Thick as a Brick by Jethro Tull.
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    Switches between "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" and "Bringing It All Back Home". Both by Bob Dylan.
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    (Original post by CatatonicStupor)
    Explosions in the Sky - The Earth is not a Cold, Dead Place

    Possibly the best piece of instrumental rock every written. There's just so much depth in it, it's amazing; more so when you consider the average junk put out by a four-piece rock band. This just has everything I could ever want in an album - it's one of the few where I can just put it on, and not think "Hm, this song is too long/boring/samey; let's skip it." Then again, all EitS albums are pretty damned epic, so I'm getting psyched for their 2011 one.

    I thought EitS were on a hiatus?
    New album in 2011 I will see you when them come to Cardiff. Dammit I love them!

    Another good album - Live in Central Park - Dave Matthews Band.
    Decent blues and rock, and an awesome voice!
 
 
 
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