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Old 09-25-2003, 06:55 PM   #16
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yeah the reviewers are on crack. mrbrau got it right, there's no way they actually researched this list.

i own:
rem--monster
radiohead--pablo honey
dinosaur jr.--without a sound

but the dinosaur jr one is the only one i've bought, and i did buy it at a used store. the other two i only own cd-burned or library-taped copies.


that list is lame in all senses of the word.






i've seen a lot of these cds in the stacks at the radio station.
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Old 09-25-2003, 07:00 PM   #17
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The only one I own is Depeche Mode's Songs of Faith & Devotion. I bought it used.
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Old 09-25-2003, 07:16 PM   #18
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mercury rev <boces> !!!? ... I've been trying to look for that album everywhere!?
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Only one I own off the list is Pablo Honey. There is so many I haven't ever heard of, let alone seen, and I frequent used CD stores a lot. Odd list indeed..
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Ned's Atomic Dustbin were awesome.
That would be the one I mentioned owning.

I also saw them live twice...own a couple CD singles, have a limited edition cassette single of theirs. This is a good, fun album.

Another band listed thier, Ride...I don't have that album...but they were a great band!

PITCHFORK prides itself on bashing bands...whether they are good or not.

I read a review recently of a show...and half of the crap written did not even happen at the show.

beLIEve Pitchfork?????
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yeah ride were good. i have a friend who was really into them.
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Old 09-25-2003, 09:09 PM   #22
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I respectfully diagree with most of you in that I think this list was very well researched. I've been to record stores up and down the east coast and continually see these same records in every store that sells used cds.

Before I even started reading the list, I bet my roommate that Monster would be in the top 5. Anyway, I thought the reviews were funny even when they were ripping some of my fave artists like Juliana Hatfield and REM. But the Buffalo Tom review was fairly positive which I liked.

p.s. why pamper life's complexities when the leather runs smooth on the passenger seat?
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Before I even started reading the list, I bet my roommate that Monster would be in the top 5. Anyway, I thought the reviews were funny even when they were ripping some of my fave artists like Juliana Hatfield and REM. But the Buffalo Tom review was fairly positive which I liked.
I was going to be dissapointed if it wasn't in the top five!
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I also saw the thread title and knew that Monster would be up there. As for the others, I recognized a few.
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I have four of these and all with a red label , except the Black Grape one
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out of that list I only own Monster
not my fave REM album, but I do think it would make my REM top 5 list
ah well



this list did remind me I need to check out "Dusk" by The The
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The reviews are amusing.
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I have Belly -- Star, Radiohead -- Pablo Honey, and REM -- Monster.
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i own jesus jones and radiohead.
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