What are your favorite albums?

GetAgrippa

Platinum Member
I don't know I'm just posting because I've got the last post of most threads on the forum- just two more and I'll have a grand slam and should get lots of "Reaction points" :D
 

joombo

Junior Member
Lateralus by Tool

Unearthed by Johnny Cash

Animals by Pink Floyd

The Times They Are a-Changin' by Bob Dylan

Rumours by Fleetwood Mac
 

veecharlie

Senior Member
Wish You Where Here - Pink Floyd
Division Bell - Pink Floyd
Train of Thought - Dream Theater
Six Degrees of Inner Turbolence - Dream Theater
Black Clouds & Silver Linings - Dream Theater
On an Island - David Gilmour
Rattle That Rock -David Gilmour
Your Wilderness - The Pineapple Thief
Halleluja Here Below - Elevation Worship
There is a Cloud - Elevation Worship
Starlight -Bethel
Moving Parts - Benny Greb
 

GetAgrippa

Platinum Member
Well these are some of my faves- At the Fillmore East-Allman Bros Band
Aja, Royal Scam, Countdown to Ecstasy=Steely Dan
Closer to Home, Grand Funk Railroad
Twelve Dreams of Dr. Sardonicus-Spirit
Brain Salad Surgery-Emerson Lake and Palmer
Dark Side fo Moon-Pink Floyd
Live At the Regal-BB King
Close to the Edge, Fragile, Yes, Yes
Live Johnny Winter And-Johnny Winter and the McCoys
They Only Come Out at Night-Edgar Winter
Kind of Blue-Miles Davis
Goat Head Soup, Emotional Rescue-The Rolling Stones
Deja Vu-Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young
A Space in Time-Ten Years After
Deuce, Rory Gallagher, Rory Gallagher
I'm just going through the old stuff-dang this could be long to the present.
 

Vintage Old School

Gold Member
Far too many to list but these are the stand outs that have stood the test of time (in no particular order):

Beatles: Anything they did. They opened the door musically for me to everything that follows here.
Animal Logic: Animal Logic
The Band: The Band
Jackson Browne: Running On Empty
T-Bone Burnett: The Talking Animals
Cactus: Restrictions
Chagall Guevera: Chagall Guevera
Ashley Cleveland: You Are There
Clutch: Earth Rocker & Book of Bad Decisions
Bruce Cockburn: Stealing Fire
Cream: Wheels of Fire
Dixie Dregs: Dregs of the Earth
Maynard Ferguson: Conquistador
Emmy Lou Harris: Profile
James Gang: James Gang Rides Again
Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced?
Eric Johnson: Tones
Kansas: Leftoverture
The Killers: Wonderful, Wonderful
Level 42: World Machine
Little Feat: Let It Roll
Kerry Livgren: Seeds of Change
The Police: LIVE!
Resurrection Band: Rainbow’s End
Robbie Robertson: Robbie Robertson
Rush: Anything and everything. If I had to pick one—Moving Pictures
Tower of Power: Back To Oakland
U2: Rattle And Hum
Vintage Trouble: The Bomb Shelter Sessions
The Wallflowers: Collected: 1996 - 2005
 

GetAgrippa

Platinum Member
Far too many to list but these are the stand outs that have stood the test of time (in no particular order):

Beatles: Anything they did. They opened the door musically for me to everything that follows here.
Animal Logic: Animal Logic
The Band: The Band
Jackson Browne: Running On Empty
T-Bone Burnett: The Talking Animals
Cactus: Restrictions
Chagall Guevera: Chagall Guevera
Ashley Cleveland: You Are There
Clutch: Earth Rocker & Book of Bad Decisions
Bruce Cockburn: Stealing Fire
Cream: Wheels of Fire
Dixie Dregs: Dregs of the Earth
Maynard Ferguson: Conquistador
Emmy Lou Harris: Profile
James Gang: James Gang Rides Again
Jimi Hendrix: Are You Experienced?
Eric Johnson: Tones
Kansas: Leftoverture
The Killers: Wonderful, Wonderful
Level 42: World Machine
Little Feat: Let It Roll
Kerry Livgren: Seeds of Change
The Police: LIVE!
Resurrection Band: Rainbow’s End
Robbie Robertson: Robbie Robertson
Rush: Anything and everything. If I had to pick one—Moving Pictures
Tower of Power: Back To Oakland
U2: Rattle And Hum
Vintage Trouble: The Bomb Shelter Sessions
The Wallflowers: Collected: 1996 - 2005
Awe man stir my Memory banks I forgot a lot of great ones on this list. I remember loving The Miracles (Smokey Robinson and the Miracles), The Supremes, The Temptations so some singles some album mixes. Some music you associate with "personal times and experiences" so that can jade your "affection". Beach boys made some great music. I use to dig Uriah Deep-Demons and Wizards.
 
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Armor of Light

Senior Member
The Crack - The Ruts
Never Mind The Bollocks - Sex Pistols
Machine Gun Etiquette - The Damned
Ace Of Spades - Motörhead
Reign In Blood - Slayer
Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing - Discharge
Damn, man..that's a great list! Love the Ruts..I wish I could talk my band into playing their stuff..
 

Twakeshima

Active member
Ace of spades- Motörhead
Bi/MENTAL- let butcherettes
Wasting Light- foo fighters
In Utero- Nirvana
The Downward Spiral- Nine Inch Nails
Radio KAOS- Roger waters
Is this the life we really want- roger waters
The wall- Pink Floyd
Damaged- black flag
Bloodsugar Sex Magik- Red Hot Chili Peppers
Kick your ass in 17 minutes- the drills
Apostrophe- frank zappa
Appetite for destruction- guns n roses
 
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