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1000 Albums to Hear

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In no particular order and definitly not all-inclusive by any stretch of the imagination:

Songs (2002) - Regina Spektor

Soviet Kitsch (2003/04) - Regina Spektor

Sister Sweetly (1993) - Big Head Todd and the Monsters

Dark Side of the Moon (1973) - Pink Floyd

Wish You Were Here (1975) - Pink Floyd

Deja Vu (1970) - Crosby Stills Nash and Young

Led Zeppelin (1969) - Led Zeppelin

Houses of the Holy (1973) - Led Zeppelin

Yes I Am (1993) - Melissa Etheridge

The Yes Album (1971) - Yes

The Best of Van Morrison (1990) - Van Morrison

Blood, Sweat and Tears (1969) - Blood, Sweat and Tears

Eponymous (1988) - REM

Wait For Me (2002) - Susan Tedeschi

Nick of Time (1989) - Bonnie Raitt

Revolver (1966) - The Beatles

White Album (1968) - The Beatles

Abbey Road (1969) - The Beatles

On The Third Day (1973) - The Electric Light Orchestra

The Story (2007) - Brandi Carlile

Retrospective: The Best of Suzanne Vega (2003) - Suzanne Vega

Jagged Little Pill (1995) - Alanis Morissette

Exile on Main Street (1972) - The Rolling Stones

Black & Blue (1976) - The Rolling Stones

Some Girls (1978) - The Rolling Stones

Bad Company (1974) - Bad Company

Parallel Lines (1978) - Blondie

Eat To The Beat (1979) - Blondie

God Shuffled His Feet (1993) - Crash Test Dummies

Shear Heart Attack (1974) - Queen

A Night At the Opera (1975) - Queen

Tapestry (1971) - Carole King

I just realized I had better stop. I'm probably boring the main demographic here. I could take up pages. I leaned towards classic stuff as most people have posted newer releases. But this is a good start. If anyone wants more just contact me. (Yeah right).

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I just realized I had better stop. I'm probably boring the main demographic here. I could take up pages. I leaned towards classic stuff as most people have posted newer releases. But this is a good start. If anyone wants more just contact me. (Yeah right).

of course not George! i have never heard of many of the bands you have posted! i have searched them and i liked them! thank you for introducing these to me! Big Grin

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which ones havent u heard of?!

o.o

kids these days :P but really.

hmm my moms a huge REM freak. she saw them like in the seventies when they werent really famous.. they are awesome.

but still

pink floyd? led zeppelin? carol king? alanis? beatles? rolling stones? van morrison? electric light orch? suzanne vega? hellz yeah!

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I highly recommend that album On The Third Day by ELO for folks here. I think it'll really appeal as it's classical instruments and electric instruments combined. This is also before they became commercial with things like Telephone Line etc. Their version of In The Hall Of The Mountain King is a take on a classical piece that will be familiar to just about everyone.

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Originally posted by Stepped On A Syringe:

which ones havent u heard of?!

o.o

kids these days :P but really.

hmm my moms a huge REM freak. she saw them like in the seventies when they werent really famous.. they are awesome.

but still

pink floyd? led zeppelin? carol king? alanis? beatles? rolling stones? van morrison? electric light orch? suzanne vega? hellz yeah!

i have heard of these artists, but never actually heard something from them. - said the music sinner (apparently Big Grin)

Wait For Me (2002) - Susan Tedeschi

Nick of Time (1989) - Bonnie Raitt

Sister Sweetly (1993) - Big Head Todd and the Monsters

On The Third Day (1973) - The Electric Light Orchestra

that's all from george's last post

(shaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaame on meeeeeeeeeeeee!)

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Originally posted by andreseng:

I highly recommend that album On The Third Day by ELO for folks here. I think it'll really appeal as it's classical instruments and electric instruments combined. This is also before they became commercial with things like Telephone Line etc. Their version of In The Hall Of The Mountain King is a take on a classical piece that will be familiar to just about everyone.

ooooh i know ELO they do Mr. Blue Sky don't they?Big Grin

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