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Old 02-27-2007, 03:31 PM   #16
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Abbey Road is the best one to get into first, then Ziggy, then Wish You Were Here.

Exile is a monster album too, but it's best listened to last.
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I'd go for Abbey Road first, too. Of course, I'm in a major Beatles phase at the moment.
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Re: Which Album Should Come Next?

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I'm continuing my musical discovery, and I am currently tossing up bewteen about four or five albums.

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
David Bowie
Saw it for $10 the other day.

Exile on Main St.
Rolling Stones
Just always bought up when talking about the Stones.

The Beatles
The Beatles
I already have Disc One.

Abbey Road
The Beatles
From being told 'you can't go wrong with Abbey Road'

Wish You Were Here
Pink Floyd
I've heard bits and pieces of WYWH and I like, I like. Plus I want to impress Dad....

or

The Twelfth Man
The Twelfth Man
Funny shit.

I am leaning towards The Beatles, because I do already the first disc.

Help a brother out!

Abbey Road
Exile on Main Street
Ziggy
Wish You Were Here

In that order. IMO

BTW - that is not a listing of best to worst, but rather a good flow of music development.
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Get the White Album in full.....you need to hear Savoy Truffle, Long Long Long and Good Night
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Get the White Album in full.....you need to hear Savoy Truffle, Long Long Long and Good Night
Disc 2 is so much better than disc 1 it's not even funny.
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Re: Which Album Should Come Next?

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Exile on Main St.
Rolling Stones
Just always bought up when talking about the Stones.

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that one. i hate to pick anything over the beatles, but i can't tell you to get one beatles album over another. you'd have to go acquire the entire back catalogue. so i'm saying go for the stones. and go quickly!!

i posted something about knowing pretty much no stones songs a year or two, maybe 3 ago, and mrbrau hooked me up with some tunes (exile and sticky fingers) for starters.

i just got done saying on another board that i've come to the conclusion that it is impossible to listen to that album too many times. it was a thread about music in your cd player/on the ipod. it's one of the things i've been listenig to on the drive to and from work (it's a 40 min commute, but when it snowed a week or two ago the roads were bad enough that i had to go slow enough that i managed to hear the entire record during the way in). at my old job i listened to it almost every shift. beginning to end it's excellent, none of the tracks need to be skipped because they don't get tiresome sooner than others. it's classic for a reason.
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Well so far it's Abbey Road followed by Ziggy Stardust... and I was thinking about Absolution as well I must say. I only have one disc of The Beatles because when my uncle burnt it for me he could only find Disc One. I have to say though, it's fairly high quality, except for Wild Honey Pie. That is absolute GARBAGE. There's experimental, and then there's "we'll take a shit, record it, see the reaction" experimental. That's what WHP is. It poisoned my ears. Terrible.
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Absolution is perhaps Muse' most balanced Album, Or , Perhaps The strongest album they have put together to date (And I love Black Holes And Revelations!)

The Thing is, its tough to pick a weak track on Absolution....Life or death, if I HAD to pick one....It would Probably be "Endlessly"....I don't dislike it..
"Ruled By Secrecy" is my favorite track on the album at the moment, you gotta love Matt's Piano work.

I'd go for one of the albums you mentioned, and if you've some cash left over and Absolution is still going cheap, grab it as well, if your disappointed, well...your not human!
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