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  • #91
    Originally posted by Rabb View Post
    License to Ill and it's not even close.
    lol, I was actually going to mention this. One of the favorite albums of my youth and I still love it today. Of course, many Beastie Boys aficionados will say it's not even their best album (most give Paul's Boutique the nod).
    Last edited by TonyR; 02-17-2014, 03:37 PM.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by TonyR View Post
      lol, I was actually going to mention this. One of the favorite albums of my youth and I still love it today. Of course, many Beastie Boys aficionados will say it's not even their best album (most give Paul's Botique the nod).
      Took the words right outta my mouth.

      Paul's Boutique is one of the most underrated albums (any genre) of all time, and personally I think it blows Licensed to Ill out of the water.

      It was the Dust Brothers masterpiece. So far ahead of it's time.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by bombay View Post
        Status post tonsillectomy.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by crush17 View Post
          One of the greatest albums of all time I don't care what anyone says:

          Obviously

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          • #95
            Originally posted by Rabb View Post
            License to Ill and it's not even close.
            Ill Communication is way better. I mean, nothing wrong with the older one but....

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              • #97
                What do you guys use for online music?

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by ColoradoDarin View Post
                  U2 - The Joshua Tree
                  Led Zep - IV (and I and II and III...)
                  Eric Church - Sinners Like Me
                  The Rolling Stones - Sticky Fingers
                  The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed
                  I came into this thread to nominate this because I assumed no one had even heard of Eric Church. Nicely done.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by broncocalijohn View Post
                    F.Y.P.
                    Maybe you have some Anne Murray or Celine Dion albums that are better?

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                    • There are a lot of great albums listed in this thread. I would throw these out there because they did a lot for their respective genres while they were released. Most gained critical acclaim as well.

                      Deftones -- White Pony

                      The album brings out a lot of emotion for me and covers a lot of subjects that are prevalent in my life. I think the musicianship is great and was an album that met the high expectations it garnered. Years later, the band is still playing at a high level and are perhaps one of the greatest groups of their nature around today. White Pony is a huge reason for that.

                      Glassjaw -- Worship and Tribute

                      Just a real incredible music experience.

                      The Mars Volta -- Deloused in the Commatorium

                      Layered, textured and has wonderful soundscapes.

                      Dredg -- El Cielo

                      Great storyline for a concept album. Very creative and ethereal.

                      I guess those are just some personal favorites. I can't claim they are all elite in comparisons to others, but all are quality listens.

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                      • Originally posted by bronco militia View Post


















                        That is a great list and I had none of them in my selections. Need to add Sound Garden: Superunknown

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                        • Solid lists so far.

                          I'd add:





                          And while I couldn't narrow it down to one album Tom Petty deserves recognition. Pretty much every song the guy ever had hit radio is still worth listening to today...

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                          • Last edited by LRtagger; 02-18-2014, 05:32 AM.

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                            • Originally posted by TonyR View Post
                              lol, I was actually going to mention this. One of the favorite albums of my youth and I still love it today. Of course, many Beastie Boys aficionados will say it's not even their best album (most give Paul's Boutique the nod).
                              Oh I will fully admit it's not their best, but in terms of what you said (I absolutely wore it out then and still listen to it often)...it's on my elite list without question.

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                              • Originally posted by Cito Pelon View Post
                                What do you guys use for online music?
                                If I purchase something it's normally through Google Play or itunes, but Amazon has some awesome deals from time to time.

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