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Old 01-10-2005, 03:41 PM   #46
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Pink Floyd - Division Bell
Absolutely: Division Bell is beautiful. I can't understand why so many Floydians dislike it.


The Verve - A Northern Soul was also brilliant. Liked Urban Hymns too.

Stone Roses - Second Coming! Okay, I admit it, I'm just being silly now.
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Old 01-10-2005, 04:33 PM   #47
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Radiohead - Ok Computer (though it is really Achtung Baby)

And why are people picking Division Bell? I love Pink Floyd, but Division Bell?
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Old 01-10-2005, 05:12 PM   #48
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Radiohead - Ok Computer (though it is really Achtung Baby)

And why are people picking Division Bell? I love Pink Floyd, but Division Bell?
Because we are on about favourite albums of the 1990's - The Division Bell was the only Floyd album released in the 90's - apart from the live CD Pulse.
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Old 01-10-2005, 06:21 PM   #49
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the ghost of tom joad - bruce springsteen
ok computer & kid a - radiohead
whats the story morning glory - oasis
the man who - travis
post - bjork (dont know wah year?)
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I can't pick an absolute fave so I settled for these 5 in no particular order:

Core - Stone Temple Pilots
Ten - Pearl Jam
What's The Story Morning Glory - Oasis
Earthling - David Bowie
Us - Peter Gabriel
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The Greatest (or just my favorite non u2) 90's album would be Green Day - Dookie or matchbox twenty - Yourself Or Someone Like You.
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The Greatest (or just my favorite non u2) 90's album would be Green Day - Dookie or matchbox twenty - Yourself Or Someone Like You.
I love that Matchbox 20 album, it's great!
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no achtung baby huh ... umm ok

different class - pulp
rid of me - pj harvey
moon safari - air
the downward spiral - nin
siamese dream - sp
in sides - orbital
post - bjork

but ya OKC pretty much blew everything away for me
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Radiohead - The Bends
Jeff Buckley - Grace

Can't choose. Make me...
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R.E.M. - Automatic For The People (actually my favorite album of all time)

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Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Pearl Jam - Ten
Depeche Mode - Songs of Faith & Devotion
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Old 01-12-2005, 08:47 AM   #56
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I really like Do or Die as well (especially for Boys on the Docks), but I like Gang's All Here Better. Blackout is kinda 'eh' to me--I think a lot of the songs are kinda wimpy, especially the title track....I guess every Irish band has got to cover Fields of Athenry, but I really detest their version of it. I do enjoy "Buried Alive" and "The Outcast" though. not a mediocre album, just not great in my opinion. 'upstarts' is my favorite DKM song.




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You know, that's my least favorite Murphys album. I mean, Curse of a Fallen Soul, Pipebomb on Landsdowne, 10 Years of Service, Amazing Grace, and Upstarts and Broken Hearts are all brilliant, but I think my favorite is sill Do or Die with Blackout at a very close second.
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