memorable album

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  1. Roshizzle10304

    Roshizzle10304 Active Member

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    what's an album thats memorable for you?
    not necessarily because you thought it was good or because its your fave music,
    but because maybe it has a back story or sentimental value or something.

    for me, its Hold On by Name taken.
    i had forgot all my cds at my friends house, but the cd i had left in the car was that album. so for a whole week the only cd i listened to was that one.
    so now anytime i listen to it, it reminds me of that time. :)
     
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    Megadeth - Countdown to Extinction

    I bought it on a month long roadtrip during 1992 in a gas station in Minnesota. It was my first real metal album and I played it over and over during the best vacation I've ever had. I've listened to this entire album probably 1000 times over 15 years and I still think about being 13 and camping in the mountains while listening to the greatest album ever made.
     
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    Garth Brooks's No Fences.

    Changed my whole attitude towards country music.

    The ballads weren't cheezy, they were open and honest, he also touched on issues that wont country artists wouldnt go near.

    His latest video, More than A Memory is very much along the lines of The Thunder Rolls.

    Cant wait till next week for his cd/dvd.
     
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    I waited in line for 3 days for Garth Brooks tickets


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    Fear Factory- Demanufacture

    Introduced me to all the stuff I currently listen to now. I owe pretty much my whole music knowledge to that album.
     
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    This record
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    It was part of my dad's record collection. He passed away a few years ago, so it holds sentimental value to me.
    He played that record to me when I was a kid. Now I have it framed and hanging on a wall.

    Also a memorable album is Eddie Rabbit - Rainy Nights (45 single)
    That was the first album/music I owned when I was a kid. I had a portable mickey mouse record player and played that album over and over.
     
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    U2 "Zooropa"

    Not their best work, but it came out at a time when I was going through a lot of changes in my life(quitting longtime job, moving). Listening to this always makes me think of that time.
     
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    sublime-40 oz to freedom
    rancid- let's go
    rancid- ...and out come the wolves
    no doubt- tragic kingdom

    those are the ones that i can think of off the to of my head that hold some sort of sentimental vaue.
     
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    The Smiths - Meat is Murder

    Not their best album, bu the one that probably means the most to me. It's the album that made me turn vegetarian. But, pretty much all of Morrissey's songs, in the Smiths and solo, mean at least a little to me.
     
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    u guys are gonna think im stupid but

    Dr. Dre, Chronic 2001

    Forgot about dre was the song that basically got me into rap and I remember for my 5th grade lip sync I did the edited version of that song with my friend and everyones face was just :ugh:
     
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    surlybot you cool maaaaaaannn?

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    Bush - Sixteen Stone
     
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    Agreed, one of the most memorable albums in the 90's.
     
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    Alice In Chains - Dirt
     
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    Also agreed.

    RIP Layne.
     
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    REM "Out of Time"

    I had bought one of REM's earlier albums (Document) and totally hated it. I liked the song "Losing My Religion" off of "Time" but was wary of buying it and hating the rest of the album. I went ahead and got it and loved the entire thing. It made me glad that there was some contemporary music worth listening to (up till that time I had been listening exclusively to 60's and 70's music).
     
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    Black Crowes "Southern Harmony and Music Companion"

    Another one which got me interested in the new music that was being released at the time.
     
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    Jimeigh Every rook and jay in the corvidae have been raven

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
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    ISIS-Panopticon

    Sigur Ros-Ageatis Byrjun

    Wolves in the throne room-two hunters

    Opeth-my arms,your hearse

    porcupine tree-Lightbulb sun

    Sigh-imagenary soundscape

    Sleep-vol. 4

    Oh God there is sooooo many!

     
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    Jimeigh Every rook and jay in the corvidae have been raven

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    Black Flag: everything went black
     

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