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View Poll Results: My next CD's I should buy are (choose 3):
Rush - Feedback 0 0%
Eric Clapton - Me & Mr. Johnson 1 2.27%
Modest Mouse - Good News for People Who Love Bad News 6 13.64%
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here 2 4.55%
The Who - Who's Next 2 4.55%
Coldplay - Parachutes 12 27.27%
Beastie Boys - Check Your Head 5 11.36%
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced? 1 2.27%
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 1 2.27%
Franz Ferdinand - Franz Ferdinand 8 18.18%
Led Zeppelin - Physical Graffiti 0 0%
Radiohead - Kid A 8 18.18%
Radiohead - Amnesiac 3 6.82%
Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin IV 2 4.55%
The Tragically Hip - Up to Here 0 0%
The Strokes - Room on Fire 4 9.09%
The Verve - Urban Hymns 9 20.45%
U2 - October 8 18.18%
Ryan Adams - Love is Hell 5 11.36%
U2 - The Joshua Tree (my old copy got worn out) 7 15.91%
Jet - Get Born 3 6.82%
Matthew Good - White Light Rock & Roll Revue 1 2.27%
Hawksley Workman - Lover/Fighter 1 2.27%
Matt Mays - Matt Mays 0 0%
John Mayer - Heavier Things 0 0%
Oasis - What's the Story (Morning Glory) 9 20.45%
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood 1 2.27%
The Darkness - Permission to Land 5 11.36%
Pearl Jam - Ten 7 15.91%
The Doors - The Doors 1 2.27%
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Old 07-28-2004, 03:13 PM   #1
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What should my next music purchases be?

I am paid Friday. After my payment of gasoline and broccoli, I will be going on a music buying binge Saturday.

However I'm not too sure what I should buy. My last purchase was the Beastie Boys and I need something new now.

Vote above and the top 3 vote-getters win.
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Old 07-28-2004, 03:51 PM   #2
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I also highly recommend the new BoDeans. That's what I'm listening to right this minute.
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I'll keep that in mind for the future but right now I'd prefer if people chose from the list above. Those are all CD's I really really need and I can't decide atm.
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Old 07-28-2004, 04:36 PM   #4
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I also highly recommend the new BoDeans. That's what I'm listening to right this minute.
Being a Milwaukee gal, I am curious how you came to know and enjoy the BoDeans.
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And I can choose only 3?
Well, then my choices are:
U2 - October (buying a U2 album you don't have already is always fun and is compulsory )
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced? (Jimi rocks! And you can't deny the brilliance of The Wind Cries Mary, Foxy Lady, Purple Haze, Hey Joe and May This Be Love)
Pearl Jam - Ten (it's a cliche to say that this is their best, maybe most accessible is saying it better, but Alive alone is worth it)

Runners-up (good, but not the chosen ones):
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's (great Beatles album, but I still have to buy that one too)
Coldplay - Parachutes (very good debut, but another one that's still missing in my collection)
U2 - The Joshua Tree (you know how good it is, but apparently you already have a copy)

And think I can also recommend others, but most of them are also missing in my collection, so what's my opinion worth then?

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The Verve - Urban Hymns
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Definitely Urban Hymns. Second only to The Unforgettable Fire in pure refreshing greatness

From that list, i'd also recommend Parachutes by Coldplay and WTSMG by Oasis, though imo Oasis's Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants is better (another of my favourite albums), produced by none other than Mark 'Spike' Stent of POP fame.
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Definitely Urban Hymns. Second only to The Unforgettable Fire in pure refreshing greatness

From that list, i'd also recommend Parachutes by Coldplay and WTSMG by Oasis
That's exactly the same albums I voted for.
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You have very good taste, to be sure
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You too.
Great minds and that.
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Urban Hymns is my top pic or What's the Story Morning Glory.

Those two are pretty much my favorite non-U2 albums.
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You need to get Pearl Jam and The Doors!
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Franz
Modest Mouse
WTSMG
Urban Hyms

Damn, that's 4.
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I think you need an album by The Clash
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oasis
the verve

and...

u2 october...or the beastie boys...or franz ferdinand...or ryan adams...
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