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Old 05-30-2009, 12:09 AM   #16
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i've heard of all but a couple of these

though some of the artists the album supposedly inspired cracks me up.
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This list is so sloppily done, but this cracked me up the most:



Dr. Dre - The Chronic
Release date: December 15, 1992

Portishead - Dummy
Release date: August 22, 1994
I wish I'd known that before the blog.

I couldn't get into Endtroducing much.
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Also, Freakey Styley was RHCP's second album. The first was self-titled.

And where the hell is the Clash's debut album? Yes, I know we could do this forever, but Nevermind the Bollocks is on there but The Clash is not?
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Also, Freakey Styley was RHCP's second album. The first was self-titled.

And where the hell is the Clash's debut album? Yes, I know we could do this forever, but Nevermind the Bollocks is on there but The Clash is not?
Hey! That's a great point.

I just discovered that 'If You Want Me To Stay', one of my favourites from that record, is actually a Sly and Family Stone cover.
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