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View Poll Results: Which album shall we listen to together?
Bob Dylan- Highway 61 Revisited 10 19.23%
David Bowie- Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars 12 23.08%
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band- Born To Run 18 34.62%
Neil Young- Harvest 4 7.69%
Queen- A Night At The Opera 8 15.38%
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Old 09-10-2005, 02:21 PM   #16
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Looks like Bruce is winning


But I had to go with Ziggy as it was a close second to Abbey Road (for me) in the first party
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Old 09-10-2005, 03:25 PM   #17
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Ziggy because Bowie is my second favourite next to anything U2
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Old 09-10-2005, 04:30 PM   #18
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For some reason I thought the only track you liked here was "She's the One"

That's my favorite Bruce song, but I like the rest of the record too.


It turns out that I don't have the Bob Dylan reord, but I'll get it as soon as I get paid again.

At least I'm not as bad as Marty. : pointsandlaughs:
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Definitely BRUCE.
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I need to purchase Ziggy, Highway, and Opera

All I have are comps and post-2000 albums for Bowie and Dylan, and the double-disc greatest hits for Queen.
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1st one was great

I'm going with Born to Run
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BRUUUUCE!

I forgot all about the first listening party last night, but I will try to attend the second one if I can.
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It turns out that I don't have the Bob Dylan reord, but I'll get it as soon as I get paid again.

At least I'm not as bad as Marty. : pointsandlaughs:
How so?

Maybe you don't realise the sin of not owning Highway 61 Revisited. Desolation Row alone makes that album essential in every record collection. Not to mention Like A Rolling Stone and Ballad Of A Thin Man. And that's just a third of the record I mention here.

: pointsandlaughsback:

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I probably won't be involved, what with the timezone and all, but I'd definitely say Highway 61.
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I'm thinking of a good comeback right now.
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And keep in mind that Like A Rolling Stone was recently voted the #1 seismic event in 50 years of sound and vision (or however Uncut labelled it) by a team of critics that included Keith Richards, Paul McCartney, Patti Smith, Michael Stipe, Lou Reed, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Chris Martin, Robert Downey Jr, Alice Cooper, Moby, Ozzy Osbourne and more.

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That's my favorite Bruce song, but I like the rest of the record too.


It turns out that I don't have the Bob Dylan reord, but I'll get it as soon as I get paid again.

At least I'm not as bad as Marty. : pointsandlaughs:

i also thought you didn't like born to run. what i remember was something about not liking jungleland at all.

maybe it was someone else. or maybe i made the whole thing up.



i've got the dylan album, but only because i illegally recorded it off someone last week. i streamed it from someone in my building who had their itunes library hooked up to share....i guess i don't technically "have" it, but i've got the songs. in one big wav file, that is...

my mom has a copy of 'harvest' which i thought i ripped to my computer the last time i borrowed her neil young albums, but apparently i forgot
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I'm not fond of the first few albums, but I like BTR. Perhaps I was rambling earlier.
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I say this to you: One Dylan is worth the two Springsteen's you don't have.


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