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(@anonymous)
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New list,
Jethro Tull, the very best of jethro tull
ELO, Live with the Moscow Symphony Orchestra
Bob Seager, Live bullet
Bad Company, Bad Co.
Styx, greatest hits
List is subject to change :D


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(@yoyo286)
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lol. Believe it or not! I love Clapton's music, I really do, but I could easily put all of Billy Joel's above it.

Unbelivable.

Stairway to Freebird!


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(@gnease)
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lol. Believe it or not! I love Clapton's music, I really do, but I could easily put all of Billy Joel's above it.

Unbelivable.

I understand it. I think Taso's into the song writing and emotion more than the single aspect of guitar playing -- and in the long run, that may make him a better guitar player and musician. Jeff Beck tops my list of guitarists, but none of his collections make my top five. Also, a whole album is different animal than a single tune.

-=tension & release=-


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(@minus_human)
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Most of Metallia's stuff but especially LOAD people haze that as a "sellout" album i think it's bloody awesome.

AlterBridge debut disk - brilliant
Nirvana - MTV Unplugged

Godsmack - Faceless

Minus Human

And all the things you said to me
I need your arms to welcome me
But a cold stone's all I see

Let my heart go


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(@anonymous)
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john mclaughlin & the mahavishnu orchestra - the inner mounting flame leo kottke - one guitar, no vocals paul simon - graceland bob dylan - love and theft, blood on the tracks, bringing it all back home, greatest hits vol III, highway 61, blonde on blonde, the times they are a-changin' nirvana - unplugged miles davis - birth of the cool, kind of blue beatles - revolver, white album wyclef jean - the carnival bruuuuuce springsteen- nebraska neil young - harvest, harvest moon van morrison- astral weeks, moondance zeppelin - I, II, III, IV the band - across the great divide jimi hendrix - are you experienced, axis, electric ladyland townes van zandt - rear view mirror elliot smith - xo, figure 8, either/or robert johnson - king of the delta blues radiohead- the bends, ok computer, kid a, hail to the thief


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In no particular order:

Ween - Chocolate And Cheese
Fu Manchu - California Crossing
Wayne Hancock - That's What Daddy Wants
Turbonegro - Scandinavian Leather
The Dwarves - The Dwarves Must Die

Honorable Mention:

The Pixies - Bossanova
Abba - Greatest Hits (guilty pleasure!)
I Monster - Neveroddoreven
Turbonegro - A** Cobra
The The - Soul Mining

Bettie Page is the most beautiful woman who ever lived. You better recognize, G!


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(@rparker)
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Pretty generic, but here goes.

Meatloaf - Bat Out Of Hell
Lynyrd Skynrd - One More From the Road
Aerosmith - Get Your Wings
Rolling Stones - Exile On Main Street
Pink Floyd - The Wall (Live)

To explain my fondness of Bat Out Of Hell, it's all in the title song. Rest of the album is great, but you have not lived until you've cranked back the throttle with that tune in your headset.

Roy
"I wonder if a composer ever intentionally composed a piece that was physically impossible to play and stuck it away to be found years later after his death, knowing it would forever drive perfectionist musicians crazy." - George Carlin


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(@tim_madsen)
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Will the Circle be Unbroken, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band & Friends, first album(Best acoustic playing I've ever heard)
I Saw the Light, Hank Williams sr.
London Calling, Clash
Legend, Bob Marley
Two Worlds One Heart, Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Tim Madsen
Nobody cares how much you know,
until they know how much you care.

"What you keep to yourself you lose, what you give away you keep forever." -Axel Munthe


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(@evolution)
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My top 5 albums:

Queen - A Night at the Opera
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
The Beatles - Abbey Road
U2 - The Joshua Tree
The Who - Who's Next

I know my list is kind of all over the place :?

However I'm really liking Queen + Paul Rodgers - Return of The Champions double disc live cd. Can't wait for the dvd :D


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(@b0ttleneck)
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Ryan Adams - Cold Roses
Ben Folds - Rockin' the Suburbs
The Clash - The Clash
Rufus Wainwright - Poses
The Smiths - The Queen is Dead


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(@ghost-rider)
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Aha—Hunting High and Low
Thomas Dolby—The Flat Earth
Rush—Counterparts
Neil Young—Freedom
Coldplay—A Rush Of Blood To The Head

Just a few good memories...

:) Ghost Rider

"Colour made the grass less green..." 3000 miles, Tracy Chapman


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