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Old 08-08-2005, 10:33 AM   #31
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Baby One More Time-Britney Spears



HAHA.


Seriously, it would probably be Definitely Maybe by Oasis.
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damien rice - 0
keane - hopes and fears
u2 - boy
coldpaly - parachutes
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Apart from Elvis Costello, U2 and The Jimi Hendrix Experience (whose debut album was Are You Experienced and not something self-titled), I think these are amazing as well:

Spearhead - Home
Urban Dance Squad - Mental Floss For The Globe
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Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand
Keane - Hopes and Fears
The Doors - the Doors
The Beatles - Please Please Me
Interpol - TOTBL
Oasis - Definilty Maybe
Pink Floyd - TPATGOD
The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
Coldplay - Parachutes
The Verve - The Verve EP
Weezer - Weezer

damn good music...!

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Of course the answer if My Aim is True - Elvis Costello.

But a close close second is Murmur - R.E.M.
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has to be - oasis definitely maybe
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Old 08-09-2005, 07:44 AM   #37
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Bjork - Debut
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Interpol - Turn on the Bright Lights
Garbage - Garbage
Tori Amos - Little Earthquakes
Tricky - Maxinquaye
Jimi Hendrix (not quite a personal favorite, but you have to give credit)


I've already exceeded five, but as runners up:
Portishead - Dummy
Pearl Jam - Ten
The Doors - self titled
U2 - Boy
Elastica- self titled
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Another!

DJ Shadow - Endtroducing

Sigur Ros had a great U.S. debut (Ajetus Byrjun), but I guess they actually had another album first with limited release.

Too bad Radiohead started with Pablo Honey
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What about The Arcade Fire's self-titled EP? Does that count as a debut? It has all original material, and is long enough in my opinion to count as a full length release.
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hands down, no question about it, end of story, the best debut of all time has to be Definitely Maybe by Oasis
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What about The Arcade Fire's self-titled EP? Does that count as a debut? It has all original material, and is long enough in my opinion to count as a full length release.
I don't think EPs count. REgardless of actual length, if it is considered an EP, then it is not a debut album, and was not intended as such. So Arcade Fire still gets credit for Funeral. I've heard the EP is a bit lackluster in comparison.
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hands down, no question about it, end of story, the best debut of all time has to be Definitely Maybe by Oasis

Somebody with taste!
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Appetite For Destruction hands down.
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Certainly agree with

Oasis
Interpol
Bjork
Hendrix
Arcade Fire

Id also add

Grandaddy- Under the Western Freeway
Stone Roses - Stone Roses
The Strokes - Is This It?
Ryan Adams- Heartbreaker
Beck- Mellow Gold
Son Volt- trace

Ill think of more later.
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