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Old 10-08-2005, 08:08 AM   #1
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What album do I miss? The album colection...

Hi guys,

This is my album collection (I'm very proud of it!!)
Of course I'm looking everyday to get new albums in my genre.
Maybe you can help me a bit? What albums that are not in my list MUST I get(in this/my genre of course)? And what do you think of my list?

Maybe you get some ideas to buy an album.

Album collection:

Adams, Bryan - MTV Unplugged
Beach boys – 20 good vibrations (greatest hits)
Beatles – Red
Beatles – Blue
Beatles – Sgt. Peppers lonely hearts club band
Beatles – Abbey road
Blur – Blur
Blur – 13
Blur – Best of
Bon Jovi – Crossroad
Bon Jovi – These days
Clash, the – Best of
Coldplay – Parachutes
Coldplay – A rush of blood to the head
Coldplay – X&Y
Cure, the – Galore (best of)
Darkness, the – Permission to land
Deep Purple – Very best of
Depeche Mode – Best of
Doe maar – Het beste van
Doe maar – Klaar
Doors, the – Best of
Doors, the – Doors, the
Duran Duran – Decade
Eagles – Hotel California
Europe – 1982-1992
Franz Ferdinand – Franz Ferdinand
Genesis – Best of
Green Day – American idiot
Guns n Roses – Use your illusion 1
Guns n Roses – Use your illusion 2
INXS – Greatest hits
INXS – Full moon, dirty hearts
INXS – Elegantly wasted
Iron Maiden – The beast
Jackson, Michael – Bad
Jackson, Michael – History
Jet – Get born
Kaiser Chiefs – Employment
Keane – Hopes & fears
Killers, the – Hot Fuss
Kinks, the – It’s the Kinks
Kinks, the – Arthur (or the decline and fall of the brittish empire)
Kinks, the – Are the village green preservation society
Kinks, the – Best of
Kiss – MTV unplugged
Kula Shaker – K
Kula Shaker – Peasants, pigs, astronauts
Led Zeppelin – Remasters
Lennon, John – Lennon Legend
Live – V
Live – The distance to here
Live – Throwing copper
Metallica – Metallica
Muse – Origin of symmetry
Muse – Showbiz
Nirvana – Nevermind
Nirvana – MTV Unplugged
Oasis – Definetely maybe
Oasis – What’s the story morning glory
Oasis – Be here now
Oasis – The masterplan
Oasis – Standing on the shoulder of giants
Oasis – Heathen chemistry
Oasis – Don’t believe the truth
Oasis – Familliar to millions
Oasis – MTV unlugged
Offspring – Smash
Pearl Jam – Ten
Pink Floyd – Dark side of the moon
Pink Floyd – The Wall
Pink Floyd – The final cut
Police, the – Outlandos d’amour
Queen – A kind of magic
Queen – Greatest hits
Queen – Greatest hits 2
Radiohead – Pablo honey
Radiohead – The bends
Radiohead – OK computer
Radiohead – Kid A
Radiohead – Amnesiac
Radiohead – Hail to the thief
Reed, Lou – Transformer
REM – Monster
REM – Up
REM – Automatic for the people
REM – New adventures in Hi-Fi
Rolling Stones – Forty licks
Silverchair – Neon Ballroom
Slade – Best of
Slade – Play it loud
Snow patrol – Final straw
Starr, Ringo – Best of
Stereophonics – Word gets around
Stereophonics – Performance & cocktails
Stereophonics – Just enough education to perform
Stereophonics – You gotta go there to come back
Stereophonics – Language, sex, violence, other?
Suede – Coming up
Suede – Headmusic
Supergrass – Best of 94-04
Supertramp – Even in the quitest moments
Supertramp – Crime of the century
Supertramp – The very best of
U2 – Boy
U2 – October
U2 – War
U2 – The unforgettable fire
U2 – Live, under a blood red sky
U2 – The joshua tree
U2 – Rattle & Hum
U2 – Achtung baby
U2 – Zooropa
U2 – Pop
U2 – All that you can’t leave behind
U2 – How to dismantle an atomic bomb
U2 – Melon
U2 – ATYCLB/HTDAAB (sessions, rare)
U2 – Best of 1990-2000
Verve, the – Urban Hymns
Wham – The final
Who, the – Live at leeds
Who, the – Who, the
Williams, Robbie – Life thru a lens
Williams, Robbie - I’ve been expecting you
Williams, Robbie - Sing when you’re winning
Williams, Robbie - Swing when you’re winning
Williams, Robbie - Escapology
Williams, Robbie - Live at knebworth
Williams, Robbie – Greates hits
Zita Swoon – I paint pictures on her wedding dress
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Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
Guns n Roses - Appetite For Destruction
Metallica - Master Of Puppets
Muse - Absolution
Pink Floyd - The Division Bell
Queen - Innuendo
Silverchair - Diorama
U2 - Wide Awake In America

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Thanks Aardvark
Wide awake in ameriac is the only album I miss from u2, and best of 1980-1990.
Magical mystery tour!! I love the song !! Maybe I buy that album
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As requested

Suede - Dog Man Star
The Beatles - Revolver
Richard Ashcroft - Alone With Everybody

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Bob Dylan - The Essential (I would recommend a specific album, but since you don't have any Dylan, it's a good place to start)
INXS - Kick
Jeff Buckley - Grace
REM - Out Of Time
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for owning Kula Shaker K! But you need more Beatles!
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for owning Kula Shaker K! But you need more Beatles!
What do you recommend?

White album, Revolver, Magical mystery tour?
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Definitely Magical Mystery Tour!!! Though it's not exactly cohesive as an album, it's got killer tracks throughout. Revolver is a must, can't believe you don't have it already! White Album is a must too! Everything from Hard Day's Night thru Let It Be is a must have!
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I more like the blue album, songs like across the universe, a day in the life, get back. So maybe I must start with their latest, let it be.
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You need some Ryan Adams!!!!!
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You need some Joy Division. It's kinda depressing but it's depressing in an uplifting way.
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[martijn plug]You want some Urban Dance Squad![/martijn plug]
Thank you Yertle.
And I saw that Tröckener Kecks was also missing in the collection. Their final live album Meer Niet! is a great place to start.
Elvis Costello is also missing. So buy My Aim Is True, This Year's Model, Armed Forces, Get Happy!!, Trust, Imperial Bedroom, King Of America, Blood & Chocolate and The Delivery Man. Now! (Or start with the 2CD The Very Best Of...)

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Trockener kecks? Do they still exist?
Further I don't know any of them martijn! Except costello.
But it's worth a listen...
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No, the Kecks sadly disbanded on 31-12-2001. But the live album from their farewell tour is kickass!

And you don't know Urban Dance Squad...
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