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Old 02-27-2007, 05:46 AM   #1
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Which Album Should Come Next?

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!
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I'd be going for

David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars...I "got" this just the other day, It was kind of my introduction to Bowie's Music...and I really Enjoyed it.

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here.
The Whole Album is great...the title track is brilliant...I also love "Welcome To The Machine" and "Have A Cigar"....

You should also treat yourself with some Muse, If your lucky JB-Hi Fi Might still have the Absolution album for $10.
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Abbey Road, without a doubt...

When I was a kid, all my parents would listen to was from "Here Comes The Sun" and on so for the longest time that's what I thought Abbey Road was.

Quite honestly it would still be an awesome album without the first six tracks, but you have to love Come Together, Something and Maxwell's Silver Hammer...
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Old 02-27-2007, 10:29 AM   #4
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The Rise & Fall Of Ziggy Stardust & The Spiders From Mars, without a shadow of doubt!!!!!
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Ziggy is brilliant, get that. Moonage Daydream is one of the best things i've ever heard.
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Abbey Road. Get that AND Ziggy, if possible.
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Abbey Road. You NEED this album. It will change the way you think about music.
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Exile on Main Street I bought this album awhile ago but only really started listening to it at the end of last year. I love it because it's so rough around the edges. It's fun and rocking and diverse--a big difference from many of the songs in the Stones' canon that everyone knows.

Rocks Off might be my very favorite opening track from any album. My neighbor probably cringes every time she hears it, because I usually play it a few times in a row. Sweet Virginia, Happy, Ventilator Blues, and I Just Want to See His Face get cranked up in my apartment quite a bit, too.

And come on, who doesn't want to own an album that features a song called Turd On the Run?
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Abbey Road and WYWH.
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Abbey Road. BTW, how do you only have disc one of the White Album?
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Old 02-27-2007, 01:59 PM   #11
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These kinds of threads make me sad. I remember when I used to be new to all this classic music.
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Abbey Road. BTW, how do you only have disc one of the White Album?
I was going to ask that too...
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Probably because many of the first pressings of White Album on CD were two single discs with individual cases, rather than having both in the current double disc, single package format.

At any rate, I say go with Floyd.
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Probably because many of the first pressings of White Album on CD were two single discs with individual cases, rather than having both in the current double disc, single package format.
Either that or torrents.
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Bowie, Abbey Road, and Wish You Were Here.

In that order.
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