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Old 05-09-2003, 02:38 AM   #1
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Albums you MUST listen to in entirety /songs you must hear together

Do tell me.

Albums I have to listen to in entirety:

Honestly most everything. I've become an "album" boy. I dont like random songs. But the one album I HAVE to listen to in its entirety is:

The Clash - "London Calling"

Songs I HAVE to hear together:

Led Zeppelin: Heartbreaker followed by Living Loving Maid(She's Just a Woman)

I love those 2 songs together.

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Songs Together:

We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions: Queen.

Entire Albums:

The Music: The Music.

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london calling, of course.


barenaked ladies: the old apartment, i live with it everyday, and this is where it ends...for me they seem to go together

you can't listen to sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band without listening to a little help...right after. even the radio stations know this...

sex pistols--nevermind the bollocks

i odn't know, i'm a big fan of putting on an album and listening to it cover to cover in general
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I have two, that I can think of:

Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars by David Bowie


Achtung Baby.
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Songs that must be heard together: I get a huge kick of playing Bad and Streets after each other. One emotional high after another.

I also sometimes play David Gray's 'The Other Side' after Massive Attack's 'Protection'. The crossfading on winamp is such that the rain effects after the first song give way to the piano, lovely stuff.

Will think of more.

Albums: need to think of this one
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Album to be played from beginning to end in its entirety:

NIN-The Downward Spiral

Quite a story there, I tell ya.
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Any Cat Stevens album... but especially "Numbers"

The Doors Greatest Hits

The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's
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Beck - Sea Change

Cat Power - You Are Free
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Pink Floyd - Brain Damage/Eclipse

Bad/Streets - especially live


Tommy - The Who

Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys

Quadrophenia - The Who

(What's The Story) Morning Glory? - Oasis

Sgt. Pepper - The Beatles

...almost anything by U2 (of course).

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you can't listen to the second half of that abbey road without listening to it in it's entirety... it just doesn't make sense...

You Never Give Me Your Money / Sun King / Mean Mr. Mustard / Polythene Pam / She Came in Through the Bathroom Window / Golden Slumbers / Carry That Weight / The End

what a brilliant idea george martin had... taking all these unfinished lennon / mccartney songs, not a single one of which really stands out on it's own, and morphing them all into a single suite... absolute brilliance. still the greatest stretch of music on any album i've ever heard.

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