What are some of your favorite produced albums?

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Mine would be

Metaliica - Black album
Pain of Salvation - The perfect element part 1
Sarah Mclauglin - Touch/Solace
Silverchair - Neon Ballroom
Within Temptation - Mother earth
The gathering - If then else


those are a few, I'll add more as I think of them.
And you?

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Feb 26, 2004 12:13 pm

A couple of my current favorite production jobs:

Coldplay - A Rush of Blood To the Head
Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica

Both have production qualities that match the subject matter of the album: dark, brooding, and spacious.

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Feb 26, 2004 12:20 pm

Bela Fleck and the Flecktones - Greatest Hits of the 20th Century
Primus - Antipop
Dave Brubeck Quartet - Time Out

All very different production styles, but I think each of the approaches was the ideal sound for each release.

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Feb 26, 2004 12:20 pm

Smashing Pumpkins- Mellancholly and the Infinate Sadness
Enya- Anything by her
Iced Earth- Alive in Athens
Metallica- S&M
Feb 26, 2004 12:55 pm

pet sounds

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Feb 26, 2004 02:42 pm

PINK FLOYD DARK SIDE
BEATLES ABBEY ROAD
SEPULTURA CHAOS AD
RADIOHEAD AMNESIAC
THE WHO QUADROPHENIA

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Feb 26, 2004 03:47 pm

radiohead, ok computer
beck, sea change
nirvana, nevermind
nirvana, in utero
at the drive in, relationship of command
maybe danzig 6: satan's child
ministry, the mind is a terrible thing to taste
nine inch nails, broken

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Feb 26, 2004 04:04 pm

the microphones - the glow pt. 2 - phil elvrum is simply amazing. the things this guy does with sound blow me away.

the beatles - revolver
spoon - kill the moonlight
broken social scene - you forgot it in people
beach boys - pet sounds
beastie boys - paul's boutique
the pixies - doolittle
sonic youth - daydream nation
joy division - closer (silence and space = music)


oh tadpui, really good call on modest mouse, i definitely agree with you on that one.

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Feb 26, 2004 04:19 pm

ah yes, doolittle! great album. quite raw. its impossible to list everything you think is great

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Feb 27, 2004 12:25 am

too many to list,

but just the other day i picked up Marvin Gaye - What's Going On (1971) and I cannot stop listening to it. It's excellent stuff. Keeps playing over and over even in my head,. Never though I could get into stuff like that.

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Feb 27, 2004 02:30 am

Zakk Wylde - Book of Shadows
Black Label Society - 1919 Eternal
Iron Maiden - Dance of Death

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Feb 27, 2004 12:01 pm

wow... uhm...

A Perfect Circle - Thirteenth Step
The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper
Juliana Theory - Love
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
N.E.R.D. - In Search of
Ra - From One
The Black Eyed Peas - Elephunk
The Roots - Phrenology
Craig David - Born to do it
Depeche Mode - Ultra
Linkin Park - Meteora
Incubus - Make Yourself


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Feb 27, 2004 02:12 pm

louie louie by the kingsmen.

love that ambiance.

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Feb 27, 2004 06:40 pm

Let's critize others first :)

at the drive in, relationship of command
Really? I think that album has terrible production values, the drums sound like yoghurt pots, the guitar and bass seem completly out of control (not in a good way) at times and the vocals are ... how can I say, interesting at times. Don't get me wrong, AtDI are (were) awsome and their songs rocked, but that album sounded like it cost about 750 :\

Linkin Park - Meteora
You are f'in kidding me right? The production on that album is _everying_ I stand against in contemporary metal production. The guitar sound has had so much mid sucked from it that it's near impossible to make out what is being played. The low and (bass and kick) completly lack any form of balls of punch and the drums sound like a General Midi bank!. Again, I agree this album has some awsome production elements to it (the electronics, guitar effects, etc are very well done and cleverly thought out) and I must admit the vocals are excelent (god bless pop production eh?)


And now, onto my own opinions. (in no particular order)

o A Perfect Circle - Thirteen Step
You think you've heard good drum recording / production? Think again. Get hold of Track 03 "The Noose", stick some cans on and close your eyes. Great songs, awsome band to boot.

o Deftones - Around the Fur
Bit of an oldy in nu-metal terms, this album was one of the first to feature amazing production values - the drum sound, again, is especially awsome.

o Bjork - Vespertine
Or quite possibly anything by this lady.

o Telefon Tel Aviv - Map of What is Effortless
The first proper album from this american electronica outfit yields a stange IDM meets Pop Music crossbreed. Craig David-esq vocals against some of the most awsome drum programming and electronica production techniques - well worth a listen.

o Deltron 3030
Dan The Automater did this, what more needs to be said - oh and Del's rhymes are out of this world (litterally :D)

o Plaid - Double Figure
Dance music as God himself would produce. This albums sounds perfect (and I'm not lying) - the compression, eq, levels, everything has been so painstaking thought over. Even if dance isn't really your cup of tea, you really should have a listen to some of this album (get track 02 - "squance" just to get some new ideas from these two :)


Umm, that'll do for now :)


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Feb 27, 2004 07:44 pm

so, jues. you picked up on what i liked about the album. at first read i thought i would have to defend my opinion, but you really pointed out what i dig about it.

and i forgot, the deftones - around the fur is great too.

and check out Paradise Lost - Host. especially if anyone likes Depeche Mode's 'Ultra'.

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Feb 27, 2004 07:46 pm

I guess I need to Check out Bjork

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Feb 27, 2004 07:50 pm

I thought Bjork's "Human Behavior" was an excellent track... but that's the only thing I've ever heard from her. The video was just NEAT. Big 'ole teddy bear chasing people around a dark woods... :)

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Feb 27, 2004 07:57 pm

That was her!!! I forgot about that one.

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Feb 27, 2004 08:12 pm

I think Meteora's got some great guitar. It's not a great sound for everything, but it's not used in everything, either. It's a very electronic-ish sound, and I would definately disagree about the mids being sucked out. I don't hear that at all, although that's what I listen for in every guitar recording... I do agree with you about the kick drum and bass. I think the kick lost a lot of its punch because the album is so incredibly over-maximized (The meters stay at a consistant 0db during the choruses of just about all the songs). But you have to admit that even if the individual elements don't really please you, the mix fits together perfectly and is very powerful. That's what really matters. There is some room for creativity -- Perhaps things like "punch" aren't always desirable. If it sounds good it is good-- and I think there is also room for opinion. I think people forget that sometimes. The title of this thread is what are your favorite produced albums. Different people can like different sounds.

...Now I'm afraid of mentioning my favorite albums for fear that I will have a bleeped f word thrown at me...

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Feb 27, 2004 08:27 pm

Ahh Porp, I was mearly creating some discussion - feel free to say what you like - there's no bad blood or hard feelings here, ever.

jues.

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Feb 27, 2004 08:34 pm

oh - one other album came to mind. Sting's The Soul Cages had amazing production. That cassette sounded better than some cds I've heard.

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Feb 27, 2004 08:49 pm

Well, in that case...

MxPx - Before Everything and After
Thousand Foot Crutch - Phenominon
FM Static - What are you Waiting For?
Ghoti Hook - Two Years to Never
Skillet - Collide
The Normals - Coming to Life
Switchfoot - Learning to Breathe

...And there are others, but I'll have to think about it :)


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Feb 27, 2004 10:57 pm

Cowboy Junkies: The Trinity Sessions.

Recorded in an old wooden church with the wooden pews (seats). No special processing used at all on this album, just the natuural sounds of the church and its fixtures. They did a remake of Lou Reeds Sweet Jane and it is the most awsome sounding thing you will ever hear. Her voice is like listening to an angel.

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Feb 27, 2004 11:44 pm

Baduizm; Erykah Badu
Gettin to it; Christian McBride
Cyrus Chestnut; Cyrus Chestnut
The Confessor; Joe Walsh
Unplugged; Eric Clapton
John Barleycorn Must Die; Traffic
Waiting for the Sun; The Doors
Echoes; Sorry can't remember the group. A collection of pieces from the time of Christ done in language of the time and instruments of the time.
MCMXC a.D; Enigma
Chant; Benedictine Monks of Santo Domingo De Silos

You asked :)

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Feb 28, 2004 03:16 am

NIN - the fragle ( trent is a great producers no matter what he's doing , this album flows quite nicley .)

APC - 13 step -good call on track 3

foo fighters-the colour and the shape (dave was the one man band on this album )

eric clapton unplugged

fear factory -digimortal (something about how mechanical the band sounded , very dead on . plus a lot of metal/hardcore (whatever) doesn't seem like it'srecorded real well , so this album was a nice change.

and Jues what is it with the Nu metal bands and cutting out almost all of the mids ..

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Feb 28, 2004 03:25 am

jues--that's what i liked about that album. i've been saying for a year now that they're the closest any band has come to recreating the 'nirvana' energy in me. since nirvana. it's just so visceral.

walt, i love the doors. we got one thing in common.


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Feb 28, 2004 06:12 am

Muffins, GhotiHook...now THAT is a band that is fun to watch. I always thought Skillet was over rated, but appartantly I am in the minority :-) I have seen them both a few times.

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Feb 28, 2004 08:18 am

Haha-- Well, Skillet's latest CD brought them back to their roots of alternative rock. It's wicked heavy and all the electronic/industrial stuff is gone. It's great and the production is fantastic "in your face."
As for Ghoti Hook, it's interesting because their two CD's before "Two Years to Never" were just totally rediculous. I mean, they were trying to be funny, but they were far from great musicians, even for punk in my opinion... Although apparently the were fun to watch live! The CD's were also terribly produced. Then they swapped a couple members and got a good producer and Two Years to Never has been my favorite CD for a few years now. It's definately a style change, but I've never heard anything like it before and the music just fit perfectly with the vocalist (Joel Bell). They came out with another EP which was even more rock-ish before they broke up (Which may have had even better production). I also got a CD of their final live performance which is quite funny... They really shouldn't try to play some of the songs from when they had five people with only three now!

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Feb 28, 2004 08:43 am

I have seen Skillet thru the years from front center as a security guard, they have changed and grown and changed back, none of the phases of their development really did anything for me. Though a lot of people like them, so that's cool

Ghoti Hook, well, I never will claim they are great musicians or brilliant song writers or anything, but they puton a very fun, light-hearted show that is easy to enjoy and get into. Usually when listening to music I don't listen for musicial genious, huge statement of song writing brilliance or lyrical insightfulness, I just wanna have fun and rock out, and Ghoti Hook does that. :-)

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Feb 28, 2004 08:49 pm

Forty,

More than one thing beileve me!. And yes the Doors; That is a love / hate relationship for me. I can not say I appreciate one thing that I have heard about Jimmies character...but the music the Doors created was just superb! I was visiting in California, traveling between San Jose and the coast. I suddenly had that tingling spine / deja Vue / Rut Roo feeling come over me and I realized I was "riding the snake". Up until then I had not even put together that the snake was a road. A little research and I found I was right. How many people can write lyrics like that? He had detailed the exact "feelings" that that streach of road invoked in me! Scarry! To say nothing of the 20 year lag between drafting the lyrics and my experience.

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Feb 28, 2004 09:28 pm

The Doors are playing Minneapolis March 20th, I am trying to get tickets...not two decent ones side by side to be had :-( The former lead singer of The Cult is doing vocals...brilliant choice in my opinion.

Jim Morrison was a disturbed and troubled soul, yet a visionary and a poet at the same time.

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Feb 28, 2004 09:48 pm

Wish I could catch that one! Every once in a while I still turn one of theirs and play along. Have yet to find a keyboardist that could put it together well enough to do justice.

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Feb 28, 2004 10:32 pm

dB did you see when Scott Weilan from Stone Temple Pilots sang "brake on thru" with the Doors. He did an Excellent job.

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Feb 29, 2004 12:52 am

walt,

on my trip out west this summer, starting at about san antonio, the doors became the only music that seemed to fit with the passing desert. i listened to all the doors i had with me over and over from texas through arizona. it just goes with the desert somehow. it was the perfect soundtrack.

whats this about a road being 'the snake?' what is the name of that road?

oh, almost forgot these two albums to add to my list:

1. STP--core. love the spacious clean guitars and that weird clean/distorted layering going on throughout.
2. soundgarden-superunknown. great atmosphere and depth to the sound.


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Feb 29, 2004 06:07 am

Mind if I spice things up a bit..

1. Speakerboxx/The Love Below
Simply for the no nonsense attitude for changing the way people think about music.
2. Meteora
For their distinct fusion of sound.
3. Phernology
For the pure musical talent dripping for the cd case.
4. Soulstar
Lyrically percise and enough groove to keep you listening till the end,
5. Instant Vintage
1 of the most talented men in music.

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Feb 29, 2004 10:52 am

cool thread. i think its been done before, but its a cool topic...

anyways

anything by flipcycle is sure to get a vote, oasis' 'standing on the shoulders of giants' , ok computer (well, duh) and some of the travis stuff.

what really turns me no is mixing aocustic guitars with modern sounds, keys, drum machines and stuff like that. thast always cool in my book.

the album im gonna do next is gonna be of new-acoustic stuff like that, and ill be doing some work with jues, so im really looking forward to it!

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Feb 29, 2004 02:30 pm

Forty,

I knew you where going to ask that! And I can't remember. It runs east to west between San Jose and the coast over the little ridge there. Alice's restruant is at the top of the ridge. From Alice's restruant down to the HWY 1 it winds like a snake. It's shaded by trees most of the way. At HWY 1 is the large sign with two arrows indicating turn now or get wet!

I agree with you on the west and or desert thing. Colorado east and I don't get that feeling. Utah and west and the doors are playing on the stereo. Odd connection but I feel it too. Something about the dry dusty raw high desert that fits. Back to twighlight zone theme.

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Mar 01, 2004 01:04 am

dang, I thought I had posted in this thread already. Anyways,
emsee, I completely agree with you on Speakerbox/The Love Below as far as production quality goes. Everything sounds great, but I'm not always cool with the direction they decided to go artistically. I also completely agree with Raphael Saddiq's Instant Vintage. I don't say this much, but that is literally a great album. Remind me, is Phrenology the Roots?

I also agree with Jues's pick of Deltron 3030.

I would also throw in there Aquemini by Outkast, this GangStarr album I can't recall the name of right now, Talib Kweli and High Tech, and
honestly Thriller by Michael Jackson.

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Mar 01, 2004 03:16 am

Good point - Thriller, Beat it, insert Jackson classic here all sound absolutly amazing, even to this day!

The new Britany Speare's Track, 'Toxic' is also incredibly well produced.

jues.

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Mar 01, 2004 10:04 am

After a weekend road trip, I listened to another couple of albums that I had to add as favorites production-wise:

The Sophtware Slump by Grandaddy
Yankee Hotel Foxtrot by Wilco

They're both very interestingly produced and have a great continuity that's hard to find.

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Mar 01, 2004 01:46 pm

yankee hotel foxtrot, that is such a good pick. jim o rourke did a lot of work with wilco on that album, who happens to be in sonic youth now. which was one of my picks for best produced albums.

oh and for guitar, i think guitars have never sounded as good as on my bloody valentine's loveless. linkin' park are alright and everything, but kevin shields knows exactly what he's doing when he says wall of sound.

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Mar 01, 2004 09:07 pm

OK, I ahte myself for this but I gotta agree with jues and coolo, Thriller whether ya love or hate Jackson is a top pick.

And jues, I should have guessed when I saw this response in my email it was you. Toxic is a supremely well produced track by Britany, everything sits in its place and doesnt sound overdone, even though by rights it should. If ya like that stuff, and I cant say I hate it, give it a listen. I know it gave me a few ideas as to using some new odds and ends together I had never considered before.

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Mar 01, 2004 11:08 pm

You have to push the limits to be a trend setter.
I believe music is constantly changeing and those who are the most creative are ahead of the pack. To answer your question coolo, yes, Phernology is the latest Roots album. I think it is more classic music by the premiere band in hiphop.

Some of my favorite albums are the early Rick James collection. He truly was a visionary as a songwriter, producer and arranger.

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Mar 02, 2004 06:46 pm

Let's see...

Zep, Physical Graffiti- great Rawk sounds
Peter Gabriel - Us
Miles Davis- Kind of Blue - So simple and perfect
Paul Simon- Rhythm of the Saints
Black Sabbath- Vol.4 - So muddy and dark it works

I second Noize on the Trinity Sessions- UNBELIEVABLE what you can do with a single Calrec Ambisonic microphone

Soundgarden - Superunknown - Sounds huge
Brian Eno - Music for Airports
Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
Beck - Mutations
U2 - Joshua Tree

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Mar 02, 2004 08:26 pm

Thanx drayburn, and well done on knowing little stats of that record. I actually own it on vinyl and the sonic quality is so much better then the version on CD, you can hear every little detail when listening in headphones.

Speaking of headphones, How bout I Hi-Jack this thread and we change to our favorite album in headphones.

Mine are of course Trinity Sessions, but my favorite would be Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention- Roxy and Elsewhere followed closely by Nektar- Remember the Future.


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Mar 02, 2004 08:54 pm

Phavorite headphone album: Rift from Phish

And UG2102, the more I hear from you, the more I like your tastes in music :-D

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Mar 03, 2004 07:02 am

Favorite headphone albums-

Hendrix, Electric Ladyland- So much cool swirly stuff, and tiny little guitar parts you wouldn't know were there otherwise.

King Crimson, Discipline- Headphones bring out the clarity and INSANE musicianship

Tool, Undertow- Awesome drums

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Mar 03, 2004 11:59 am

haha same to you tadpui.

i would have to say once again the microphones. phil elvrum does this really cool thing on a lot of the glow pt. 2 where he either recorded two guitars that strum alternating rhythms that are panned hard left and right or individually panned each strum, which would be ridiculous. anyway, just put that record on at 2 am with headphones on and listen and listen... and then listen some more.

oh and i forgot to mention prefuse 73's one word extinguisher as one of my favorite production jobs.

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Mar 03, 2004 12:29 pm

favorite headphone albums...

Well, I don't use headphones much, but when I do, my faves are:

King's X - Gretchen Goes to Nebraska
Primus - Suck on This
Phish - Rift, Picture of Nectar, Billy Breathes
Bela Fleck - Perpetual Motion, Greatest Hits of the 20th Century (which is an album that ANYONE who appreciates incredible funky virtuosity should pick up!!)
Frank Zappa - Apostrophe/Overnite Sensation, The Best Band You Never Heard in Your Life


Ok, just because Bela Fleck is SO freakin' amazing, I've put a link up to their "Greatest Hits/20th c." album on Amazon... They have samples of their songs. List to the sample of track 4, called Shocktime - it is the most amazing playing I have ever heard, out of all the virtuoso-level players I've ever listened to:

www.amazon.com/exec/obido...ce&n=507846

Here's a link to their website that leads right to this cd... it's got a streaming dealie that lets you hear about a minute of each of the tracks of "Greatest Hits"

www.flecktones.com/cds.asp?cdID=9

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Mar 03, 2004 12:34 pm

favorite headphone album has got to be outkast - ATLiens (pronounced A-T-L-iens, not atliens dammit!)

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Mar 03, 2004 12:40 pm

I am quite suprised nobody mentioned Dark Side of the Moon as a favorite headphone album...

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Mar 03, 2004 08:09 pm

Maybe everyone's trying to come up with stuff that's not so obvious and oh so clever- I know I am...

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Mar 03, 2004 08:44 pm

OK, ya I got caried away. Pink Floyd Darkside of the Moon is third, then Obscured by Clouds, then Umaguma.Zappa and Nektar are still my faves though for reasons which will go unexplained.

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Mar 04, 2004 01:22 pm

Favorite headphone album:

"Its just him and I, Aquemini!"

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Mar 04, 2004 05:24 pm

Mettalica-balck album
Jet-Get Born
Queens of the stone age-songs for the deaf
Red hot chili peppers-Californication,blood sugar sex magic, by the way
Nickelback- the long road
Led Zepplin- 4th album
Guns and roses- Appetite for Destruction
Jimi Hendrix- Electric Ladyland

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Mar 04, 2004 05:36 pm

Jimi Hendrix - Electric Ladyland
red hot chili peppers - blood sugar sex magic

yup, i'd like to add those as well! :) i never get tired "blood sugar sex fish in my dish... how many pieces do you wish?"

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Mar 04, 2004 10:17 pm

Pearl Jam - Riot Act
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
Maria Rita - Maria Rita (brazilian artist - downloadable in Kazaa, try the song named "Pagu")
try to listen to it, its an amazing album.

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Mar 04, 2004 10:33 pm

Ah, Ummagumma... I spent many an "interesting" evening listening to that great version of "Careful with that axe Eugene".... My brain has never been quite the same, if you know what I mean ;-)

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Mar 05, 2004 03:09 am

Emsee, I'm with you, except I can't listen to "MAMACITA, PAPADONNA", yelling in my headphones. Over speakers, ok. But not in the headphones.

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Mar 05, 2004 01:07 pm

Everyone might not agree, but I loved Chevelle's "Wonder What's Next". I love that style of rock. I totally agree with Tool/A Perfect Circle, perfect production.

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Mar 05, 2004 07:08 pm

drayburn, indeed PinkFloyd had that indluance on many who listened to their early stuff. :-)

And indeed, that is one of the best tracks on that album.

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Mar 07, 2004 06:47 am

oh yeah, the black crowes 'lions' is a class piece of production - and its got some top songs on too!

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Mar 08, 2004 02:43 am

I feel you coolo, but the verses are well worth getting past the nagging chorus..

"..but she's back @ ya like a pit, mixed w/ a chihuahua how much meana can you get.."

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