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Old 10-08-2005, 12:03 PM   #16
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Only 1 song. Don't know the name but it was from 1996, temporary ....
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From their album Planet Ultra. Good song, good album too. I'd suggest that their first album Mental Floss For The Globe is a good place to start. IMO, all their albums are great, but Mental Floss... is maybe a bit more accessible and coherent than Life 'n Perspectives Of A Genuine Crossover, Persona Non Grata (their raw guitar album), Planet Ultra or Artantica. And their live album Beograd Live is of course also a good place to start as it contains songs from their first four albums. You might even find that album cheap at the Free Record Shop or so...
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Any 80s INXS
Any 80s REM
Any 80s Cure
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Any 80s INXS
Any 80s REM
Any 80s Cure
Lemme take a wild stab in the dark here. You love the 80s!

But you're right.

Life's Rich Pageant, Document
Listen Like Thieves, Kick


I don't know much Cure.
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Yeah I like Brittish rock (60s, 70s, 80s). Also 90s are some great albums. I listen to old music for my age (21) and I think that before my birth they made better music than after my birth, except for a few bands like u2.
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Yeah I like Brittish rock (60s, 70s, 80s). Also 90s are some great albums. I listen to old music for my age (21) and I think that before my birth they made better music than after my birth, except for a few bands like u2.
very true. same here. and I'm 26. But I do think the period 1987 - 1994 was one of the best in history.. on the lines of 1967 - 1973!
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i hate when people say stuff like "i'm 21, i listen to music too old for my age." people don't chose not to listen to mozart and beethoven because they're only 60, and those guys were dead centuries ago. the definition of a classic is that it transcends time.

as far as your original question goes, you can keep yourself musically busy for many, many years catching up on just the classics. find some way to broaden your musical tastes to encompass a larger variety.

and if your clash 'best of' doesn't have "death or glory" on it, you should get london calling before you do anything else. and by anything else, i mean anything else. go! now!!
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Franz Ferdinand - You Could Have it So Much Better
Michael Jackson - Thriller
Prince - Purple Rain
Paul McCartney/Wings - Wingspan: Hits and History (good place to start if u wanna start listening to them)
The Who - Who's Next
Born to Run - Bruuuuuuuuce
Low - David Bowie x 1000000000000000000000
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Yeah I like Brittish rock (60s, 70s, 80s).
Then you desperately need some Stone Roses, La's, more Kinks, and the rest of the Beatles catalogue.
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Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run, Darkness on the Edge of Town

Elvis Costello - My Aim Is True, Armed Forces, This Year's Model

Talking Heads - Sand in the Vaseline (a greatest hits collection - it's pretty thorough and a good intro to them)

Jeff Buckley - Grace

Marvin Gaye - What's Goin' On

Stevie Wonder - Songs in the Key of Life, Innervisions

All the '80s REM and INXS albums

Lou Reed - New York

The Velvet Undergound - The Velvet Undergound and Nico

The Beatles - Revolver, The White Album

Prince - Purple Rain, Sign of the Times

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Howl

Gang of Four - Entertainment!

Anything by the Ramones

And that's just for starters.
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Doves- all 3 albums
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Once and for all.... no record collection is complete without AT LEAST 3 Clash albums. Just get them all, there aren't that many!
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Beatles - Rubber Soul
Beatles - The Beatles(White Album)
Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
Beatles - Let It Be
GNR Lies(THIS RECORD IS WORTH IT FOR 'PATIENCE' ALONE!)
Metallica - Ride The Lightning
Nirvana - In Utero
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication
REM - Out Of Time
If Led Zeppelin 'Remasters' means you have all their records, ignore this. If it means it's just some kind of compilation, read on:

Led Zeppelin - III
Led Zeppelin - IV/ZOSO
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti
Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy
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