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The BigSlick

Bone Thugs N Harmony - East 1999. Eternal

 

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darthYENIK

The Beatles - Abbey Road

 

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My kid sister just got into the Beatles, so I figured I'd buy her this before she lost interest.

 

As for the album itself. It's Abbey Road. Not much is needed to say but that. My favorite song is Come Together, of course. A close second would be I Want You (She's so Heavy). What's great about that song is it's pretty much a blues song. And you don't expect that from the Beatles. Anyway, I give it a 20 out of 10.

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Slamman

Coming of Age video led to me listening to ALL of Damn Yankees CD, with Tommy Shaw of Styx also in this supergroup.

I tend to agree with that Beatles assessment, She's so Heavy was impressive as someone new to their music at the time.

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ObsydianRaven

Insane Clown Posse-Bang Pow Boom (Blue Version)

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My Favorite Tracks:

Imma Kill U

Boing Boing

Bang Pow Boom

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Canoxa

Paquito D'Rivera's Sons do Brasil, or Sounds of Brasil in english. I snagged it. It's the first Paquito album I found in a retail store that's not a compilation.

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Kippers

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i'm in a Slick Rick mood tonight thanks to the hip hop topic. Going backwards through his dicography tounge.gif

Storytelling king in my opinion. This and 'The Great Adventures' are his best CDs.

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XAF226

 

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Liquid Swords by GZA

 

Best Songs

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A very lyrical album and also one of the best Hip-Hop albums of all time. The vocabulary used in this album isn't "Yo dawg, I got a gat and you a rat". You can here a lot of metaphors, slang, and references that are used perfectly while fleshing out the meaning in each song. Being produced by RZA the production sounds cheap but also sounds gritty and raw at the same time which fits each song. All the songs work great together and there is really nothing else to say but a legendary album.

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Flesh-n-Bone

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Absolute classic, influential to the fullest!

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Punk-in-Drublic

 

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Choking victim No Gods/No managers

 

Cracking album, I love choking victim, I even prefer them to Leftover crack. My favourite songs from the album are

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The-King

Just finished listening to K'Naan's Troubadour for the hundredth time.

 

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And I'm about halfway through The Torture Papers by Army of the Pharaohs.

 

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Slamman

I pulled out my White Lion "PRIDE" CD and enjoyed more 80s HARD Rock. White Lion had a short lived career before JAmes Lomenzo joined up with Zakk Wylde. Wylde took many opportunities to rip Mike Tramp a new one due to his big head. I felt he was off the mark with all that, there were 'bigger fish to fry' and he wasn't really in the limelight. Guitarist Vito Bratta is amazing, much in common with Edward Van Halen.

 

Now I'm bangin some head to the ROOT OF ALL EVIL, every Sunday night. Radio that REFUSES to suck.

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Long Haired Freaky Guy

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One of the best songs on there definitely has to be Exploitation Of Mistakes, absolutely classic tune. GZA has some of the best lyrics I've ever heard, and his albums are what got me into the whole Wu-Tang.

 

Also been listening to the following albums, but not listened to them enough to rate them yet or have any favourite tunes:-

 

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lovin' it

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willgtavcs

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Bring me the Horizon - Suicide season 2008

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Gforce

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Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables -------- Dead Kennedys

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Canoxa

I'm currently listening to Lee Konitz's Duets.

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darthYENIK

The Beatles - The Beatles (A.K.A. the White Album)

 

I would post a picture of the cover, but it's just white (which is why it's also called the white album).

 

Anyway. A lot of criticism this album got was that it consisted of a lot of b-side tracks, even on the a-side(s). And a lot of people say it would have been a better album if it weren't a double LP, saying that if they cut out some of the lesser tracks, and kept the better ones. Well I kind of agree with that. Of course it's not as big of a problem now a days, when you can just make a playlist with all the exceptional songs, and leave out some of the weaker stuff. But still under this is a great album. Back in the USSR, and Helter Skelter, the latter being my favorite of the album (maybe of all the Beatles work) are two of the exceptional songs. It also has Revolution 1, the original sporting an acoustic guitar riff and a horn section. Some people look this song over for the single with all electric, but I think I like Revolution 1 better. And I think it's safe to say the only way you can truly enjoy Revolution 9 is if you weren't in the right state of mind (if you know what I mean).

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The Beatles - The Beatles (A.K.A. the White Album)

 

I would post a picture of the cover, but it's just white (which is why it's also called the white album).

 

Anyway.  A lot of criticism this album got was that it consisted of a lot of b-side tracks, even on the a-side(s).  And a lot of people say it would have been a better album if it weren't a double LP, saying that if they cut out some of the lesser tracks, and kept the better ones.  Well I kind of agree with that.  Of course it's not as big of a problem now a days, when you can just make a playlist with all the exceptional songs, and leave out some of the weaker stuff.  But still under this is a great album.  Back in the USSR, and Helter Skelter, the latter being my favorite of the album (maybe of all the Beatles work) are two of the exceptional songs.  It also has Revolution 1, the original sporting an acoustic guitar riff and a horn section.  Some people look this song over for the single with all electric, but I think I like Revolution 1 better.  And I think it's safe to say the only way you can truly enjoy Revolution 9 is if you weren't in the right state of mind (if you know what I mean).

I love The White Album, even more so because it relies on it's music, rather than the album cover. I've seen the usual covers but this one is the one I use for my iTunes. It just looks more rustic and suits the crackling vinyl quality so much. I love it. Blackbird and I'm So Tired are definitely stand-out tracks for me, I can listen to them any time of the day, week, month and year.

 

The reason why I'm harping on about that is because the last album I listened to was Rubber Soul by the men themselves, The Beatles. It's such an evolution and shows such a journey from this into other works, it's just a delicious listen.

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darthYENIK

I've been on a bit of a Beatles binge, ever since the release of the remasters, and I'd be lying if I didn't say that the Beatles Rock Band had nothing to do with it.

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Slamman

I dug out all my cassette tapes to restack and box, found some missing 8mm vids in the box as well! Going to YouTube with some of that lost content. I was pleased to find material I had not located in ages, there it was.

OK, this one was not so hard to get elsewhere, but it was Scorpions' Animal Magnetism. Can't show the cover with all the nudity on it!

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Punk-in-Drublic

 

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Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables -------- Dead Kennedys

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I listened to a bit of Ska mania the other day, two discs of epic ska and 2 tone.

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Disc 1

 

1. The Specials - Too Much Too Young

2. The Maytals - Monkey Man

3. The Ethiopians - Train to Skaville

4. Tony Tribe - Red Red Wine

5. Madness - One Step Beyond

6. Jimmy Cliff - Miss Jamaica

7. Harry J & The All Stars - Liquidator

8. Toots and the Maytals - Funky Kingston

9. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Carry Go Bring Come

10. Toots and the Maytals - Pressure Drop

11. Rudy Mills - John Jones

12. The Selecter - Three Minute Hero

13. Symarip - Skinhead Moonstomp

14. John Holt - Ali Baba

15. The Kingstonians - SINGER MAN

16. Desmond Dekker & The Aces - Israelites

17. The Specials - Gangsters (Live)

18. Derrick Morgan - No Raise No Praise

19. Millie - My Boy Lollipop

20. Prince Buster - Whine and Grine

21. The Beat - Tears of a clown

22. The Valentines - Blam Blam Fever

23. Dave & Ansel Collins - Double Barrel

24. The Selecter - Everyday (Time Hard) (Live)

25. The Pioneers - Long Shot Kick De Bucket

26. Clancy Eccles - Fatty Fatty

27. Rupie Edwards - Ire Feelings (Leggo Skanga

 

Disc 2

 

1. The Beat - Mirror in the Bathroom

2. The Melodians - Sweet Sensation

3. David Isaac - A Place In The Sun

4. King Stitt - Fire Corner

5. The Piranhas - Tom Hark

6. Pioneers - Jackpot

7. The Maytals- 54-46 Was My Number

8. The Baba Brooks Band - Gun Fever

9. The Specials - Monkey Man (Live)

10. Desmond Dekker - 007 (shanty town)

11. The Upsetters - Return of Django

12. Byron Lee & The Draconaires - Jamaican Ska

13. Dave & Ansel Collins - Monkey Spanner

14. Bad Manners - Special Brew

15. Lord Tanamo - I'm in the Mood For Ska

16. The Slickers - Johnny Too Bad

17. Justin Hinds & The Dominoes - Rub up, Push Up

18. Madness - The Prince

19. The Untouchables - Tighten Up

20. Niney - Blood & Fire

21. Desmond Dekker - Get Up Edina

22. The Selecter - On My Radio (Live)

23. Upsetters - Live Injection

24. Soulmates - Them a Laugh and A Kiki

25. Dandy Livingstone - Rudy, A Message To You

26. Nora Dean - Barbwire

27. Desmond Dekker - It Mek

 

I approve, 10 out of 10

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Flesh-n-Bone

 

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Pretty underrated, some of Premier's best beats are here - definitely recommended for fans who haven't heard it yet.

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Was listening to The DethAlbum II and it doesn't seem to appeal to me as much as the first one. Seems it's lost the cartoony stuff. Go into the Water, Birthday Dethday, Murder Train a'comin, and Hatredy were good songs. This new album seems to be a bit different. Symmetry, The Gears, and Dethsupport, or good though on this new cd.

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WelcomeToLibertyCity

I listen to different albums everyday. I get home form achool and usually pop a CD into the computer and listening to music while I'm here or something. The last album I listened to was Let It Be. I've been listening to the Beatles alot lately.

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Starion

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Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse.

 

Brilliant, beautiful, agressive, there's an endless amount of words I could use to describe this album.

 

My personal rating for it is 9.5/10. The only thing that could possibly be better would be the production/mixing, it's all a bit muffled.

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Qumulys

 

Opeth - My Arms, Your Hearse.

 

Brilliant, beautiful, agressive, there's an endless amount of words I could use to describe this album.

 

My personal rating for it is 9.5/10. The only thing that could possibly be better would be the production/mixing, it's all a bit muffled.

Yeah man, I started listening to Opeth songs, geeze, must be about 4 years or so ago now. They certainly were good stuff, but I agree things became muddled, but I guess when songs build in intensity it gets harder to keep a mix clean. But you've certainly got me thinking ok picking up this album. biggrin.gif

 

I've been going way soft of late, enjoying delicate, feeble, and slightly unusual voices. My latest album, is rather embarassingly, kind of a pop album to a degree. Lisa Mitchell - Wonder. Its mainly modern folk, by a chick who is almost illegally cute. While she's no major vocal talent, somehow her emotive muffled almost spoken singing aches with honesty. She's only like 17 or 18 too, but she's got a Leslie Feist (her normal folkish stuff, not the 1234 song) style about her. Anyway, here's her first -semi- hit from the album, tell me you couldn't do nasty things to her....

 

 

 

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Xeon 

 

Monsters of Folk - Monsters of Folk

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Consisting of Conor Oberst, Mike Mogis (both of Bright Eyes fame), Jim James (of My Morning Jacket) and M. Ward, some of my favourite artists, I had high expectations for this album. It got off to a weak start with Dear God, my least favourite track on the album. In my opinion, it didn't fit well with the rest of the tracks, sounding a tad too pop-ish for my liking. Aside from the opener, I thought it to be quite a solid album overall, my favourite tracks so far being Man Named Truth and Say Please. It wasn't as good as I had hoped, though I did have the bar set quite high.

 

 

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Rhoda

 

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Lightning Bolt - Wonderful Rainbow

 

Don't let the pretty name fool you, this is one of the most vicious drum and bass guitar albums I've come across. They make Death From Above 1979 look like choir boys playing the lute and spoons. Catchy riffs and thundering drums through-out, giving you about a second or two in between each track to breathe before you're thrown back into the deep end. The opening track of static and incoherent bass playing is enough to make you think this is a poor vinyl pressing with piss-poor sound quality, but you'll pay dearly for your complacency as your arsehole is promptly turned inside out by an eruption of noise Most bands have at least one slow, meaningful, heartfelt song to show their versatility but Lightning Bolt just don't need to. I recently discovered this band after putting my feelers out for new sounds and I'm glad I found them. If you like brutal, you'll like this.

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sonic_narcotic

 

smile.gif Pills Thrills And Bellyaches by the Happy Mondays i only stuck it on because the Happy Mondays are my Fav Band and it's a very trippy album

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