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Old 05-22-2007, 02:33 AM   #31
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Why are we still playing...? Wasn't The Wild, The Innocent, & The E Street Shuffle already mentioned? This one's done, people.
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Why are we still playing...? Wasn't The Wild, The Innocent, & The E Street Shuffle already mentioned? This one's done, people.
This isn't a thread for the most over-rated albums of the seventies, though.

GibsonGirl actually gave the correct answer. PF's Animals wins.
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As overrated as it may be....




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I disagree, but at least it's better than shit (ie, Animals), right? I used to love Dark Side of the Moon, and I definitely still enjoy it, but I feel that as time marches on, it feels more and more sterile every day. Is anybody with me on this...? I'm not hating, or anything; I'm just diminishing my praise incrimentally, as time passes.
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This isn't a thread for the most over-rated albums of the seventies, though.
I'm assuming you're just trying to be funny, because if you knew Springsteen at all, you'd know that his second album usually is not mentioned that much because it is overshadowed by Born To Run and Darkness On The Edge Of Town.

It really is a brilliant album.
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Television's Marquee Moon is friggin brilliant as well.
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I disagree, but at least it's better than shit (ie, Animals), right?
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This isn't a thread for the most over-rated albums of the seventies, though.
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Great choices. I completely forgot about Innervisions when I made my list. I put Live At Leeds down for a second, but I prefer the deluxe, expanded edition that was most certainly not released in 1970.
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In addition to many of the great records already mentioned, I submit:

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