Classic Albums...

gbb

Legendary Member
Location
Peterborough
Paranoid...Black Sabbath

Alternatively..

Volume 4...Sabbath
 

domtyler

Über Member
Steve Austin said:
Qotsa - songs for the deaf
A great album, haven't listened to that since my daughter was born for some reason, about time I introduced her now she has reached the grand old age of nine months.

Mine would have to be:

The Smiths:
-Hatful of Hollow
-Rank

The Cure:
-Boys don't cry
-Disintegration

The Coral:
-Magic and Medicine

The Beautiful South
-Quench
-Painting it Red
-Superbi

I could go on for ages, but I can't be bothered so I shall stop there.
 

Bigtallfatbloke

New Member
Made in Japan -Deep Purple

Operation mindcrime - Queensryche

The song remains the same - led Zeppelin

...I'd also concurr with the vote for Dio's Holy Diver above...great band...great tunes and at the time it was the next step forward.
 

graham56

Guru
Darkside of the moon-Pink Floyd

Zeppelin 4

Abraxas- Santana

LA Woman- The Doors

Hotel California- Eagles

Bad Company-Bad Co
 

got-to-get-fit

New Member
Location
Yarm, Cleveland
Led Zeplin 4

Stone roses and second coming

Arctic monkeys - whatever people say i am, thats what im not

REM Monster

Radio Head - Pablo Honey, The Bends, OK Computer

Foo fighters - All of the albums

Nirvana - Nevermind

.........i could go on
 

Bigtallfatbloke

New Member
Malmsteens Rising Force and all his other stuff...ok, not everybodies taste but that guy did raise the bar rock guitarist had to jump over.
 

Fnaar

Smutmaster General
Location
Thumberland
Dexys Midnight Runners: Don't Stand Me Down
The Jam: All Mod Cons, Setting Sons, The Gift
The Clash: 1st album
Doors: Morisson Hotel
Stranglers: Rattus Norvegicus
Van the Man: Astral Weeks and Poetic Champions Compose
etc etc etc
 

tomb1960

New Member
Location
Birmingham
Neil Young; Weld

A double live album, the live version of Cortes the Killer gives me goose bumps every time. BTFB why don't people release live albums any more - you're sure to know?
 
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