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Old 03-14-2005, 08:28 AM   #31
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prodigy - fat of the land.

i still listen to it all the time.
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Old 03-14-2005, 07:35 PM   #33
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why do so many people hate this album?? definetly one of their top 2!
It had some decent songs, but was badly overproduced...
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Old 03-14-2005, 10:25 PM   #34
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Copeland - Beneath Medicine Tree

This album is soooo amazing. If you like Death Cab for Cutie, Snow Patrol, Coldplay, Bright Eyes, Oasis that kind of stuff, you'll love this cd. The cd is one of the most emotional, sincere and beautiful you'll ever heard. It was written while the singers grandmother and girlfriend were in the hospital and he pours all his sadness, hope, love, faith into the record. It doesn't hurt that his voice and range is absolutely stunning. This is not a bummer record tho at all, it's actually incredibly uplifting and joyful at times. It even has a couple of amazing guitar solos. Theres alot of piano in the music also, which I love. You have to hear this album to believe it, honestly. It's brought tears to my eyes on many occassions.

If you want to hear some of the cd, i'll send you some songs, just email thereisnospoon94@mac.com .
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Old 03-15-2005, 08:59 AM   #35
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South -- From Here On In

For fans of the Stone Roses, Turin Brakes, Doves, etc.
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Old 06-21-2005, 12:05 AM   #36
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LOW - DAVID BOWIE

released in 1977 a year in which he also gave us another masterpiece, "HEROES" co-wrote and produced IGGY'S IDIOT,& LUST FOR LIFE lp's, he really was a genius at the height of his creative powers in this year, and this album still sounds as fresh, & exciting now as it did then, a must for any music lover no matter what their musical taste
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Kaiser Chiefs - Employment

Because every song on it is so catchy it's ridiculous. It kinda reminds me of Blur back when they were writing killer pop songs.
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Old 06-21-2005, 02:13 AM   #38
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T.Rex: ELECTRIC WARRIOR ***** Queens Of The Stone Age: Lullabies To Paralyze btw all of QOTSA is great stuff best band of the 21st century +++++ Morrissey: You Are The Quarry +++++ Gorillaz: Demon Days +++++ The Killers: Hot Fuss +++++ The Strokes: Room On Fire +++++
Coldplay: TANABADS - Things Are Never As Bad As They Seem -
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Old 06-25-2005, 04:38 PM   #39
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the album i can't get enough of at the mo. is Ocean Avenue by Yellowcard

Normally i hate punk music (good charlotte, sum 41 )
but this band is a punk band with a violin in it!!!! wooo
they also sing about meaningfull stuff
listen to view from heaven if you can!!

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Old 06-25-2005, 04:53 PM   #40
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umm...what the hell is that?

Well I recommend Lateralus by Tool. One of the most complete and engrossing records I've ever heard. The entire thing is an experience.

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love love LOVE this cd.

duran duran: big thing. this isn't even my favourite of theirs but it is their most underrated, it's their pop, if you will (without it being rushed and all that). it sounds nothing like anything they'd done before or have done since and is just divine. in fact really even the hits off that album ("i don't want your love" and "all she wants is") really show what the album sounds like. their lesser hit "do you believe in shame" gives you a good idea though. but single didn't do so well, although many peeps who keep track of chart listings and sales records would tell you it was because of many reasons i won't go into.

anyway, you should really give it a listen. some of it sounds kinda 60s, a lot of it is more electronic late 80s music. a lot of my top 20 songs come off of big thing. the album cover is atrocious and the first track is joke (literally), but once you get past that you'll fall in love.

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T.Rex: ELECTRIC WARRIOR ***** Queens Of The Stone Age: Lullabies To Paralyze btw all of QOTSA is great stuff best band of the 21st century +++++ Morrissey: You Are The Quarry +++++ Gorillaz: Demon Days +++++ The Killers: Hot Fuss +++++ The Strokes: Room On Fire +++++
Coldplay: TANABADS - Things Are Never As Bad As They Seem -
the original post said to just pick one album.
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Old 06-25-2005, 06:31 PM   #42
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Well I recommend Lateralus by Tool. One of the most complete and engrossing records I've ever heard. The entire thing is an experience.
If you've seen them live then I'm sure you've been even more engrossed out.



Very interesting album.
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sw sw sw swee sweeettt album!
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revis-places for breathing

Ultimate guitar album. This is(was) the best band you have never heard of. sadly they are splitting, but a great cd nonetheless
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