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An album without a bad track on it


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Never mind the Bollocks - Sex Pistols.

One of the most influential albums ever made. Starting off with the four singles, the quality never drops. It still sounds fresh today....and those fucking power chords that kick off God Save The Queen still send shivers up my spine...
 

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The Clash - London Calling
The Ramones - Rocket to Russia
Jimmy Cliff (and various)The Harder they Come
The Redskins - Neither Washington nor Moscow
Pulp - Different Class
I could easily have added the Pulp and Ramones albums there to my list - great choices; can't believe I forgot about them.

I always thought London Calling was a bit bloated though. I'm aware I'm in the minority with that view though.
 

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Another two that remind me of my mid-teens. Got these on vinyl of course and were played to death, almost non-stop for a while.

The Smiths - The Queen is Dead
Lloyd Cole and The Commotions - Rattlesnakes.

There aint a poor song there....:035:
 

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Diamond Dogs - David Bowie
The Golden Age of Wireless - Thomas Dolby
The Gift - The Jam
:shock::shock:

:applause:

And there was me thinking I was the only one!

If ever an album brought back memories of my later school years it was this.
 

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Lightning Seeds -Sense
In the city
Setting Sons
Love-Forever Changes
Five man electrical band-Good-byes and Butterflies
Green Day-Nimrod/Dookie
 

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Air - Moon Safari
Leftfield - Leftism
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
 
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Did anyone mention Joy Division's Unknown Pleasures and Closer?

If so, apols. If not, consider it done.
 

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:shock::shock:

:applause:

And there was me thinking I was the only one!

If ever an album brought back memories of my later school years it was this.
went to see him a couple of years ago in atlanta and had a chance to chat with him. top bloke. :thumbgrin
 

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THE KINKS ARE THE VILLAGE GREEN PRESERVATION SOCIETY

ALL MOD CONS

QUADROPHENIA

THE QUEEN IS DEAD

LONDON CALLING

LIFE ON EARTH

THE STONE ROSES

HERE WE GO ROUND THE MULBERRY BUSH (OST)


Not one bad track on any of the above 8 LP's (in my humble...)
 

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The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Enemy - We Live and Die In These Towns
The Fratellis - Costello Music
Miles Kane - Colour Of The Trap
The Libertines - Up The Bracket
Twisted Wheel - Twisted Wheel
The View - Hats Off To The Buskers
The Courteeners - St.Jude
The Beatles - Sgt Peps + The White Album
Sergeant - Sergeant
Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I am, That's What I'm Not
 

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some crackers posted so far - relatively random selection from me off the top of my head, got to haves.

New Gold Dream - Simple Minds - my defining album (I would also argue for Sons and Fascination)
Angel Dust - Faith No More - best live band I have seen
Rush - Moving Pictures - definitive prog rock
Computer Love - Kraftwerk - other contenders by Kraftwerk but this is genius
Ritual de lo Habitual - Jane's Addiction - another defining classic
 

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I have yet to find an album where I like every song. Nonetheless, though this may be odd sounding, I can identify albums where I think every track is strong, even if I don't like them personally - ie they're not filler, but strong, melodic songs even if I don't like them. New gold dream per Arthur above is one example, which I mostly love and which is a very coherent body of work. But there are even albums I dislike entirely where I recognise this - an album by sting which a friend used to play incessantly is the example that sticks - I hated the fecker, but every track had a strong melody, innovative and varied arrangement and so on.

Actually I tell a lie - I think I like everything on never mind the bollocks

Arthur , just in case you're curious , colours fly and Catherine wheels has always done my nut in
 

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I have yet to find an album where I like every song. Nonetheless, though this may be odd sounding, I can identify albums where I think every track is strong, even if I don't like them personally - ie they're not filler, but strong, melodic songs even if I don't like them. New gold dream per Arthur above is one example, which I mostly love and which is a very coherent body of work. But there are even albums I dislike entirely where I recognise this - an album by sting which a friend used to play incessantly is the example that sticks - I hated the fecker, but every track had a strong melody, innovative and varied arrangement and so on.

Actually I tell a lie - I think I like everything on never mind the bollocks

Arthur , just in case you're curious , colours fly and Catherine wheels has always done my nut in
You could have just said that without the rest.:giggle:
 

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The Stone Roses - The Stone Roses
The Enemy - We Live and Die In These Towns
The Fratellis - Costello Music
Miles Kane - Colour Of The Trap
The Libertines - Up The Bracket
Twisted Wheel - Twisted Wheel
The View - Hats Off To The Buskers
The Courteeners - St.Jude
The Beatles - Sgt Peps + The White Album
Sergeant - Sergeant
Noel Gallaghers High Flying Birds
Arctic Monkeys - Whatever People Say I am, That's What I'm Not
Need to pull you up on The White Album. I know music is subjective but would like to hear you justifying how 'Revolution #9 ' is a good tune.
 

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Or Obla di Obla Da or Piggies.
Or 'Wild Honey Pie' or 'Bungalow Bill'.

Yet it also has 'Julia', 'Cry Baby Cry', 'While My Guitar Gently Weeps', 'Blackbird' and 'Helter Skelter' on it. If the Beatles didn't despise each other by this stage and just picked the best tunes available for a one-disk LP it could've been their greatest peice of work.
 

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