Jake wrote:Credit really goes to Kenan Hebert
Speking of which, here's a nice compliment to this thread:Gigantic's great albums.
jaimoe0 wrote:Not only do I not mind those songs - "Yellow Submarine" was one of the first songs my son recognized and would bob his head along to - I can't even fathom the album without them. They are in their place, and all is right with the world.... or that album anyway.
Joshua wrote:Generally speaking, I steer clear of these discussions as they are fraught with personal feelings that can't be reconciled, but I'm surprised one name hasn't come up yet, particularly as it was Derek that introduced me to the album that has been a top-10 favorite for almost 10 years now...
The The: Mind Bomb
Just my $0.02.
RussTurk2003 wrote: Yellow Submarine isn't on the Sgt Pepper cd....and Sgt Pepper isn't thier best album
RussTurk2003 wrote:You like what you like and that is what makes you happy. No one will ever agree with your taste 100% and that is what makes the world go round...
Mixmaster Shecky wrote:For latecomers.
ryanking wrote:...then, when I got to "Uncertain Smile",...
D. Phillips wrote:I love most of those listed already but can't say a one of them is absolutely perfect. Even my beloved Mind Bomb has the mediocre "Gravitate to Me." I can't think of a single album on which every song is stellar.
mike wrote:here's my list:
new bohemians - srats, goad, and live momtauk sessions
edie brickell - volcano and picture perfect morning
radiohead - kid a, hail to the thief, and amnesiac
r.e.m. - reveal and life's rich pagent
rufus wainwright - poses and want one
liz phair - liz phair and whip smart
abra moore - strangest places and no fear
10,000 maniacs - in my tribe and our time in eden
natalie merchant - motherland
the sundays - reading writing and arithmitic, blind, and static & silence
suzanne vega - songs in red and grey, nine objects of desire, and 99f
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