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    Alright, so I've been going over the list of 1001 Albums You Need To Hear Before You Die or whatever it is and figuring out which ones I don't have. There's a whole bunch of just awful choices, so there's a bunch of stuff I've kind of written off or have read mixed reviews of or whatever that makes me wonder if they're actually worth listening to, which is where you lot (well, those of you whose opinions I trust) come in. I have two lists, one of things I'm skeptical of but maybe there's some value there, and another of shit I've made my mind up on already and just don't care about. I'm mostly looking for people to make the case for any of the albums on the first list (or if they suggested the wrong album by an otherwise decent act), but if there's something that you really want to try to change my mind on off the second list (excluding Green Day, Nine Inch Nails, Rage Against The Machine, Pink Floyd and Oasis, I already know there's supporters here and I'm just not that interested), go for it.


    Maybe?:
    o Travis – Man Who
    o Crosby, Stills & Nash – Crosby, Stills & Nash
    o Still, Stephen – Stephen Stills (1st Album)
    o Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young – Déjà vu
    o ZZ Top – Tres Hombres
    o Boston – Boston (1st Album)
    o ZZ Top – Eliminator
    o Waterboys – Fisherman’s Blues
    o Jamiroquai – Emergency on Planet Earth
    o Pet Shop Boys – Very
    o Fun Lovin’ Criminals – Come Find Yourself
    o Williams, Robbie – I've Been Expecting You
    All of these I own and love. I replaced the listed Robbie Williams album with I've Been Expecting You. I included it for Millennium and No Regrets alone. Getting Neil Hannon and Neil Tennant to sing backup was a damn good move.

    The two ZZ Top albums are very different, Eliminator has a very 80's sound but damn those tunes are seared into my mind now. Tres Hombres is dirty old school ZZ Top. Grab Deguello while you're at it. Even better and it just rips on vinyl.

    Both CSN(Y) albums are worthy, Deja Vu is essential. The way those voices play off each together and come together is amazing. Some great guitar licks on this too from Stills.

    Fisherman's Blues is a masterpiece imo but I can see why some people wouldn't get it. Ever. It needs to be listened to in whole. Lots of introspection on that album.
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    Tom was right. Tres Hombres is the best ZZ Top. If they had put Legs on it, then it'd be a truly perfect album.
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    Did no one mention Yes - Fragile? Love that fucking album... saw it on the maybe list but don't know if anyone recommended it.

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    Prog is my biggest classic rock weak spot. With a few exceptions, I've never been able to do much of that stuff; I think it's the same mental block that keeps me from giving GoT a chance.
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    So is this 1001 Albums You Need To Hear Before You Die updated yearly? Is this written a decade ago or is it five years old ? Who can really say they have the same personal list year to year or certain fads in music that turn into disgusting embrassments years later.

    Edit: It's rewritten yearly and The 2010 edition includes 25 albums released from 2005 to 2009, with the same number of albums removed from the first edition to keep the total at 1001.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miroir Noir View Post
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    That's an extremely common abbreviation for the show. Now watch, when it returns you'll notice it everywhere.
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    I listened to this for the first time last week.



    Absolutely. Fucking. Incredible. I've listened to tons of Fugazi, but had only heard a Minor Threat song here and there. Personally, I'd rank it higher than any single Fugazi work, and up there alongside Husker Du and Minutemen's best work.
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    YES.
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    Damn Chris, you've had quite the essential listening program lately!

    I too have found 2014 to be a bit slow so far in terms of new releases, and after listening to Solid Gold and reading a review about Polyrock I decided to expand my post-punk knowledge. This has led me to listening to the following over the last week or so:

    Polyrock - Polyrock
    Pylon - Gyrate Plus and Park More
    The Waitresses - Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?
    Au Pairs - Playing with a Different Sex
    Maximum Joy - Unlimited (1979-83)
    Indoor Life - Indoor Life
    Delta 5 - Singles & Sessions 1979-81
    The Virgin Prunes - If I Die, I Die

    Any other artists/albums you all can recommend?

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    Young Marble Giants and Magazine (especially Real life) immediately come to mind.
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    Real Life is one I have listened to, and it is a really fantastic album. I've only heard of YMG so I'll be sure to check them out - just the one album?

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    Was debating on wether or not I should make a thread about this. Figured there might already be one or that this might be the place for the questions.

    1) How do you all listen to music? (through the ears, duh) I recently got a trial for Spotify and love pretty much everything about it, I know I'm a bit late to the party. Pandora and most of my iTunes are now obsolete. I'll definitely be paying for it once the trial is up unless you all suggest something better.

    2) How do you guys discover new music? Many people here know bands I'd never heard of before. My "musical expertise" is in 90's-present hip-hop, but I'd consider myself as having decent general knowledge of most genres. Do you all frequent certain blogs? Do friends put you on to bands?
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    I use iTunes as I am a big fan of smart playlists. I use spotify to check new stuff out and it ends up as a repository for stuff not worth adding to my library.

    I discover new stuff here mainly. And I like Stereogum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I listened to this for the first time last week.



    Absolutely. Fucking. Incredible. I've listened to tons of Fugazi, but had only heard a Minor Threat song here and there. Personally, I'd rank it higher than any single Fugazi work, and up there alongside Husker Du and Minutemen's best work.
    What the fucking fuck? Where have you been? What were your teenage years like? I absolutely CANNOT picture high school without this album on constant repeat.

    That said, for sheer artistry The Argument is the better album, although pound for pound Minor Threat had a better track record. It's kind of easy to do that when you only record a total of 26 tracks, but the glory of their work and the level of development they experienced in a relatively short amount of time is incredible. Going from the first EP to the final single they sound like a completely different band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    What the fucking fuck? Where have you been? What were your teenage years like? I absolutely CANNOT picture high school without this album on constant repeat.

    That said, for sheer artistry The Argument is the better album, although pound for pound Minor Threat had a better track record. It's kind of easy to do that when you only record a total of 26 tracks, but the glory of their work and the level of development they experienced in a relatively short amount of time is incredible. Going from the first EP to the final single they sound like a completely different band.
    Here Comes the Argument......


    That's pretty cool to admitting that you haven't listen a handful of what a lot of people are shocked at. I was thinking about this today and I probably haven't ever listen to a Led Zepplin album that wasn't a best of and lot of Classic rock in general.

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    Damn Chris, you've had quite the essential listening program lately!

    I too have found 2014 to be a bit slow so far in terms of new releases, and after listening to Solid Gold and reading a review about Polyrock I decided to expand my post-punk knowledge. This has led me to listening to the following over the last week or so:


    Polyrock - Polyrock
    Pylon - Gyrate Plus and Park More
    The Waitresses - Wasn't Tomorrow Wonderful?
    Au Pairs - Playing with a Different Sex
    Maximum Joy - Unlimited (1979-83)
    Indoor Life - Indoor Life
    Delta 5 - Singles & Sessions 1979-81
    The Virgin Prunes - If I Die, I Die

    Any other artists/albums you all can recommend?
    You might have heard some of these before but...

    Wire - Chairs Missing
    Kleenex - Liliput
    The Pop Group - Y

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    Quote Originally Posted by TallGuyCM View Post
    I listened to this for the first time last week.



    Absolutely. Fucking. Incredible. I've listened to tons of Fugazi, but had only heard a Minor Threat song here and there. Personally, I'd rank it higher than any single Fugazi work, and up there alongside Husker Du and Minutemen's best work.
    Damn! What Bryan said... I think my favorite Minor Threat song is either Filler or Look Back And Laugh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    You might have heard some of these before but...

    The Pop Group - Y
    I loved every moment of Pop Group ATP set.I'll say this again they sound like an evil version of the Talking Heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    You might have heard some of these before but...

    Wire - Chairs Missing
    Kleenex - Liliput
    The Pop Group - Y
    These two I have heard as well and they are both excellent albums; it's funny because when I stumbled upon Maximum Joy I found out a couple members of The Pop Group are in that band too. I have. It heard of the middle one though so I'll be sure to check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmack86 View Post
    What the fucking fuck? Where have you been? What were your teenage years like? I absolutely CANNOT picture high school without this album on constant repeat.

    That said, for sheer artistry The Argument is the better album, although pound for pound Minor Threat had a better track record. It's kind of easy to do that when you only record a total of 26 tracks, but the glory of their work and the level of development they experienced in a relatively short amount of time is incredible. Going from the first EP to the final single they sound like a completely different band.
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    Quote Originally Posted by getbetter View Post
    I loved every moment of Pop Group ATP set.I'll say this again they sound like an evil version of the Talking Heads.
    That's so awesome you got to see them! Ha, I've never thought of that but that's totally on point.

    Quote Originally Posted by nosurprises12 View Post
    These two I have heard as well and they are both excellent albums; it's funny because when I stumbled upon Maximum Joy I found out a couple members of The Pop Group are in that band too. I have. It heard of the middle one though so I'll be sure to check it out.
    See, I've never listened to Maximum Joy! Need to check them out. That middle band is the most insane all-girl band ever. They have it on Spotify if you use that it's so rad. Patrick actually turned me onto them from the wonderful "50 overlooked albums" thread. I think a lot of those albums he talked about were post-punk, so that's another good place to look.

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    That Pop Group set was punishingly loud at times too. Really grateful I got to catch them. I've done a little digging into Mark Stewart's solo work and there's a lot of quality there too.



    Speaking of solo work of post punk luminaries, Colin Newman of Wire has at least two really great solo albums, A-Z and Commercial Suicide. The former I've known for years but the latter I've just gotten into recently.

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    Sick! I've never even listened to either of those...

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    Speaking of which, a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the most amazing gem. Rowland S. Howard, whom I of course loved his work in the Birthday Party and These Immortal Souls... released two solo albums when he was alive. Now I had no idea he did. I listened to the first one Teenage Snuff Film and was seriously in awe. It's a dark masterpiece, and why no one seems to know about it (even Nick Cave admirers) is beyond me. From the first guitar strums and vocals of Dead Radio ("you're bad for me like cigarettes, but I haven't sucked enough of you yet") to the pounding, distortion-heavy closer Sleep Alone. So if any of you haven't heard that, do it NOW.

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    A-Z has a little bit of notability for spawning one of the songs in The Silence Of The Lambs, only a cover by This Mortal Coil was the version in the movie.



    Plus this insane music video:

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    Quote Originally Posted by FEELS View Post
    Speaking of which, a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the most amazing gem. Rowland S. Howard, whom I of course loved his work in the Birthday Party and These Immortal Souls... released two solo albums when he was alive. Now I had no idea he did. I listened to the first one Teenage Snuff Film and was seriously in awe. It's a dark masterpiece, and why no one seems to know about it (even Nick Cave admirers) is beyond me. From the first guitar strums and vocals of Dead Radio ("you're bad for me like cigarettes, but I haven't sucked enough of you yet") to the pounding, distortion-heavy closer Sleep Alone. So if any of you haven't heard that, do it NOW.
    Yeah, this has been on my radar for awhile, I finally gave it a listen about 3 months ago and enjoyed it immensely in parts, but it seemed a little uneven. FACT put it in their top 10 albums of the 90s I think. I need to spend more time with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulDischarge View Post
    A-Z has a little bit of notability for spawning one of the songs in The Silence Of The Lambs, only a cover by This Mortal Coil was the version in the movie.



    Plus this insane music video:

    I will definitely be downloading his solo stuff, don't know why I never have since I LOVE Wire... And that video is so damn creepy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulDischarge View Post
    Yeah, this has been on my radar for awhile, I finally gave it a listen about 3 months ago and enjoyed it immensely in parts, but it seemed a little uneven. FACT put it in their top 10 albums of the 90s I think. I need to spend more time with it.
    The only flaw I could say about the album is a few songs drag on a little too long. Other than that though, I think it's pretty damn perfect. I wish he was still alive and had the opportunity to record more stuff! I've heard great things about their lists... I think Chris made a playlist of that particular one on Spotify. I'll check it out.

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