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Old 11-08-2005, 03:08 PM   #1
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Normal Albums That Hold You Hostage

What albums refuse to let you go... that you listen to over and over again for days, weeks and months on end?

Right now for me it's BRMC's latest album Howl.
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Old 11-08-2005, 03:28 PM   #2
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Achtung Baby... It's in constant rotation during U2 tours and even in "off" times.

As for a current one, I'd have to go with Extraordinary Machine.
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the new ramallah album.

the sinners & saints album.
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Old 11-08-2005, 04:12 PM   #4
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I've made a "the uknown U2" cd, wuth Mercy, Native Son, Do You Feel Loved (live), Hawkmoon (live), Night and Day, 11 O¡Clock Tick Tock (live)... that's on constant rigth now...

also when I bought X&Y, I had it all day long...

with HTDAAB too...
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A Rush Of Blood To The Head

I'll go run and hide now
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The Footloose soundtrack.


Music for the soul that is....
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Gersey's Storms Dressed As Stars. When I first got it I could not turn the damned thing off...listened to it continuously (24/7) for a week, and then continued to listen several times each day for the next month or so.

The rerelease (with bonus material! ) just arrived yesterday and I don't dare put it on for fear I will never listen to anything else.... Every time I listen to it I just want to keep listening to it.


And I get hooked on just about every recent Church or SK solo/collaborative cd... I just had one where I listened to nothing else for about a month. I'm still listening to it all the time, but it's now in the mix instead of being exclusive.
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U2's Unforgettable Fire album

and
the Smiths - the Queen Is Dead
Radiohead - the Bends
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It's a compilation, but I've yet to grow tired of Placebo's Once More With Feeling: The Singles 1996-2004 in about a year.
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R.E.M. - UP

14 flawless, atmospheric, beautiful songs.
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been listening to Blur's "Leisure" recently.
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HTDAAB is by far the most played album for me over the last year. Nothing even comes close. One copy stays in the car at all times and I have one in the house. After that though I would say probably Achtung Baby. That's my most played cd I own. The case is wrecked and the booklet is ruined and the cd looks like hell but still manages to play.
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I seem to be hooked on Blur's "Think Tank" recently for some reason.

James "best of" album and U2's Pop have also been regulars for a while now.
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I've been hooked on Oasis' "Heathen Chemistry" lately


And, of course, pretty much anything U2... gearing up for the concerts
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Wolf Parade's 'Apologies to the Queen Mary' is my current favorite
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