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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #40 on: June 10, 2017, 09:38:37 AM »
Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
Sly and the Family Stone - There's a Riot going on
Clash - London Calling
Hüsker Dü - Zen Arcade
Black Flag - Damaged
Pere Ubu - Modern Dance
Swans - Soundtracks for the Blind
Velvet Underground and Nico
Grateful Dead - Europe '72
Sparks - Propaganda
Marvin Gaye - What's going on
Funkadelic - One Nation under a Groove
Curtis Mayfield - Superfly
Devo - Are We not Men?
Pink Floyd  - Wish You were here
Rolling Stones - Led it bleed
Gram Parsons - GP
John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
XTC - Drums and Wires
John Cale - Paris 1919
Tom Waits - Swordfishtrombones
Serge Gainsbourg - Melody Nelson
Talking Heads - Fear of Music
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks
Kinks - Something else by the Kinks
The Stooges - Funhouse
Nico - The Marble Index
Roxy Music - For Your Pleasure
Beach Boys - Pet Sounds
The Who - Who's next?

Great list. I especially like these.

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #41 on: June 10, 2017, 10:49:24 AM »
Great list. I especially like these.

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Nice. We share quite some favorites. Just checked your list. Like you I have a weakness for the Grateful Dead the "cosmic country" of Emmilou Harris. I should check out "The Soft Parade", the only Doors album I don't have.

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #42 on: June 10, 2017, 11:11:10 AM »
I've been slaving over this list, it's very long but every single album here has had either a big impact on me at some point, been highly crucial to me personally at some point or it one of my all time favorites.

In no explicit order:

Voivod – War And Pain
Voivod – Killing Technology
Voivod – Dimension Hatross
Voivod – Nothingface
Voivod – The Outer Limits
The Residents – Meet the Residents
The Residents – Not Available
The Residents – Commercial Album
The Residents – Eskimo
The Residents – God In Three Persons
John Zorn – The Classic Guide To Strategy
John Zorn – Godard
John Zorn - Spillane
John Zorn – Hermetic Organ Series
John Zorn – Dream Machines
John Zorn – IAO
John Zorn – Nosferatu
John Zorn – In Search Of The Miraculous
John Zorn – At the Mountains Of Madness
John Zorn – Mount Analogue
John Zorn – Gnostic Preludes
John Zorn – The Gift
Frank Zappa – Absolutely Free
Frank Zappa – We’re Only In It For The Money
Frank Zappa – 200 Motels
Frank Zappa – Fillmore East
Frank Zappa – Civilisation Phase Three
Slayer – Reign In Blood
Slayer – Seasons In The Abyss
Brainiac – Bonsai Superstar
Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Pink Floyd - Animals
Mars Volta – Frances The Mute
Slowdive – Souvaki 
Dream Theater – Images And Words
Dream Theater – Awake
Dream Theater – Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory
Yes – The Yes Album
Yes – Close To The Edge
Yes – Tales From Topographic Oceans
Enya - Watermark
Henry Cow – Unrest
Portishead – Dummy
Neil Young – Harvest
Neil Young – Harvest Moon
Sandy Denny- The North star Grassman And The Ravens
Sandy Denny – Sandy
Sandy Denny & The Strawbs – All Our Own Work
Mr Bungle – Mr Bungle
Iced Earth – Iced Earth
Iced Earth – Burnt Offerings
Emperor – Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk
Strapping Young Lad – Alien
Devin Townsend – Ziltoid: The Omniscient
Devin Townsend – Ocean Machine
Devin Townsend – Deconstruction
Devin Townsend – Casualties Of Cool
Leonard Cohen – Songs of Leonard Cohen
Overkill – The Years Of Decay
Fates Warning – Perfect Symmetry
Fates Warning – A Pleasant Shade Of Grey
Loreena McKennitt – An Ancient Muse
Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly
Type O Negative – Bloody Kisses
Type O Negative – October Rust
Naked City – Naked City (Zorn)
Naked City – Radio (Zorn)
Moonchild – Astronome (Zorn)
Moonchild – Six Litanies For Heliogabalus
Gwar – Scumdogs Of The Universe
XTC - Skylarking
XTC – English Settlement
Meshuggah – Destroy Erase Improve
Meshuggah – Catch 33
Meshuggah – Violent Sleep Of Reason
Kitaro – Silk Road soundtracks
Laurie Anderson – Mister Heartbreak
Between The Buried And Me – Colors
Between The Buried And Me – The Great Misdirect
Between The Buried And ME – Parallax: Future Sequence
Angelo Badalamenti – Twin Peaks Soundtracks
Paradise Lost – lost Paradise
Paradise Lost – Icon
Julee Cruise – Floating Into The Night
Flaming Lips – 7 Skies H3 (the full 24 hour version!)
Flaming Lips – Embryonic
Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath (particularly for the title track and “Behind The Wall Of Sleep”)
Black Sabbath – Master Of Reality
Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time
Cynic – Traced In Air
War – Why Cant We Be Friends?
David Bowie – Station to Station
Roger Waters – Amused To Death
Daniel Johnston – 1990
Pharaohe Monch – Internal Affairs
2Pac – All Eyes On Me
2Pac – Me Against The World
The Doors – The Doors
Slipknot – Mate Feed Kill Repeat
Slipknot – Slipknot
Slipknot - Iowa
Gong – Flying Teapot
Gong - Angels Egg
Gong – You
Eric Dolphy – Out To Lunch
Eric Dolphy – Iron Man
Celtic Frost – To Mega Therion
Celtic Frost – Monothiest
The Venture – The Ventures in Space
John Coltrane – Giant Steps
This Heat – This Heat
This Heat – Deceit
Cardiacs – A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window
Cardiacs – Sing To God
Godflesh – Streetcleaner
King Crimson – Lizard
King Crimson – Larks Tongue In Aspic
Magma – Udu Wudu
Dr Zoltan – How To Sell The Whole Fucking Universe To everybody
The Man Called Tea – Sketchpad No. 1
Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures 
Paladin – Charge!
Toad – Toad
Diamanda Galas – Litanies Of Satan
Coven – Witchcraft Destroys Minds And Reaps Souls
The Flower Kings – Flower Power
The Flower Kings – Stardust We Are
Lionel Richie – Can’t Slow Down
Nick Cave – Henry’s Dream
Nick Cave – No More Shall We Part
Nick Drake – Pink Moon
Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left
Manic Street Preachers – The Holy Bible 
The Flying Luchenbachers – Revenge
Kent Knee – Say So
Ben Levin – Freak Machine
Ben Levin – Life And Back
Swans – The Seer
Ornette Coleman – The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Ornette Coleman – Body Meta
Charles Mingus – Blues And Roots
Sun Ra – Cosmos
Sun Ra – Heliocentric Worlds
Sun Ra – Nothing Is
Charlie Parker – Nothing Is
Miles Davis – Bitches Brew
Anthony Braxton – For Alto
Bjork – Debut
Bjork – Post
Darkthrone – A Blaze In The Northern Sky
Napalm Death – Scum
Alice In Chains – Dirt
Judas Priest – Sad Wings Of Destiny
Judas Priest – Painkiller
Buckethead – Welcome To Bucketheadland
Ravi Shankar – Chants Of India
Krishna Das – Breath Of The Heart
Krishna Das – Heart Full Of Soul
Malevolent Creation – The Ten Commandments
Cowboy Junkies – Trinity Session
Peter Paul and Mary – Album 1700
Peter Paul and Mary – (Various other albums)
Black Flag – Damaged
Melvins – Bullhead
Melvins – Houdini
Melvins – Stag
Oingo Boingo – Nothing To Fear
Robert Rich – Rainforest
Robert Rich - Geometry
Robert Rich – Electric Ladder
Robert Rich – Humidity
Robert Rich & Alio Die – Fissures
Tom Waits – Bone Machines
Tom Waits – Swordfishtrombones
Negativland – Negativland
Negativland – Escape From Noise
The Boredoms – Chocolate Synthesiser
The Boredoms – Super Ae
Van Der Graaf Generator – Pawn Hearts
Alan Parsons Project – I Robot
Jeff Wayne – War Of The Worlds
Bad Religion – How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica
Captain Beefheart – Lick My Decals Off Baby
Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine
Dillinger Escape Plan – Option Paralysis
Kings X – Gretchen Goes To Nebraska
Ayreon – Enter The Electric Castle
Ayreon – The Universal Migrator parts 1 & 2
Stolen Babies – There Be Squabbles Ahead
Thinking Plague – In This Life

There is also plenty of others I'm sure  :D

Very interesting list. Did not expect to see some Boredoms and The Flying Luttenbachers on the GMG forum, nice. I don't know many of the more metal albums, but apart from that I do mostly agree - great stuff. Given your love for the more noisy and out there realms of music: Did you already check out some Can? If not, I can well imagine you would love albums like "Tago Mago" or "Ege Bamyasi". IMO few others pulled off the mixture of Classical Avantgarde, Jazz and Rock, so successful and "funky" as they did.

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #43 on: July 05, 2017, 11:52:05 PM »
Well, I'll try to limit myself to one per artist, otherwise it'll just be endless Zappa. This here's unordered and off the top of my head.

Frank Zappa - Civilization Phaze III
MX-80 Sound - Big Hits: Hard Pop from the Hoosiers / Hard Attack (the former is an EP, and the two are most commonly available as a double feature on one disc these days, so whatever)
Captain Beefheart - Doc at the Radar Station
Rudimentary Peni - Cacophony
Deben Bhattacharya - Musik från Bulgarien
Bobby Joe Ebola & The Children Macnuggits - F
Butthole Surfers - Locust Abortion Technician
Caroliner - Rise of the Common Woodpile
Ella Fitzgerald - Sings the Irving Berlin Songbook
Glen Gray & the Casa Loma Orchestra - The Uncollected, 1939-1940
The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society - A Very Scary Solstice
Merzbow - Flare Gun
Kazumoto Endo - While You Were Out
Albert Ayler - Spiritual Unity
Jane's Addiction - Ritual de lo Habitual
Van Dyke Parks - Song Cycle

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #44 on: July 06, 2017, 12:19:51 AM »
I'm not familiar with the others

You should get on 'em. I think you'd definitely be into the MX-80, Rudimentary Peni, Kazumoto Endo, Albert Ayler, and Van Dyke Parks.

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #45 on: July 15, 2017, 03:32:40 AM »
Yep I love Can, the whole Krautrock sub-sub-genre is awesome. I guess I've explored a fuckload (I can say that, because there's just too much) of music in my lifetime so far, so there's always a chance that I've at least heard it.

Tango Mango  ;) is a masterpiece, I love Magma, Ruins, Faust, Popol Vuh even some Neu! is great too  8)

Basically, when I'm into a genre in the past I have obliterated it, everything I can get my hands on I consume and then sort of formulate an overall opinion. There are so many amazing gems in noise music  8)

Yep, though there are others in this place who are also familiar in other genre territories but I guess stereotypicallly I'm an outcast   :laugh:
I know that grazing of genres from myself :laugh:. There is too much good music out there, to limit oneself too only one or a few kinds/genres of music. Actually you find beauty and brilliance in many places if you are open and really try to understand what you are faced with. Regarding that Krautrock genre, whose name initially was meant rather derogatory, there are a few gems to find. Besides the bands you mentioned (Magma and Ruins are great, but albeit similar in spirit I would not file them under Krautrock) I would recommend Cluster, early Kraftwerk (later albums I would also not file under Krautrock), Ash Ra Temple, early Guru Guru, early Amon Düül and La Düsseldorf. But for me Can are really something special and sticking out of the pack. And I do also love most of their later output after "Soon over Babaluma", which in some cases is terribly underrated imo. For e.g. the album "Landed" is a personal favorite of mine.

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« Reply #46 on: July 15, 2017, 03:53:32 AM »

Butthole Surfers - Locust Abortion Technician


Love the very strange and crass Butthole Surfers - this is my favourite album of theirs too :D

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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #47 on: July 15, 2017, 05:27:20 AM »
Your personal top [number] albums in your life

One stands alone in the annals of my life as the most powerful, most influential.
A cornerstone of personal, social and cultural evolution and attachment.



I was a freshman at a private prep school at the time. I heard this album in my cousins basement. Took but a few notes and I was mesmerized.  I asked who it was. I was handed the album cover, again, I was blown away. The art, photo, hair, clothing.
The following day I skipped school, hoped a bus to the city, bought the album and started smoking pot.


edit: Wow, I just realized it was exactly  50 years ago!
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« Reply #48 on: July 15, 2017, 05:35:29 AM »
I've been slaving over this list, it's very long but every single album here has had either a big impact on me at some point, been highly crucial to me personally at some point or it one of my all time favorites.

In no explicit order:

Voivod – War And Pain
Voivod – Killing Technology
Voivod – Dimension Hatross
Voivod – Nothingface
Voivod – The Outer Limits
The Residents – Meet the Residents
The Residents – Not Available
The Residents – Commercial Album
The Residents – Eskimo
The Residents – God In Three Persons
John Zorn – The Classic Guide To Strategy
John Zorn – Godard
John Zorn - Spillane
John Zorn – Hermetic Organ Series
John Zorn – Dream Machines
John Zorn – IAO
John Zorn – Nosferatu
John Zorn – In Search Of The Miraculous
John Zorn – At the Mountains Of Madness
John Zorn – Mount Analogue
John Zorn – Gnostic Preludes
John Zorn – The Gift
Frank Zappa – Absolutely Free
Frank Zappa – We’re Only In It For The Money
Frank Zappa – 200 Motels
Frank Zappa – Fillmore East
Frank Zappa – Civilisation Phase Three
Slayer – Reign In Blood
Slayer – Seasons In The Abyss
Brainiac – Bonsai Superstar
Pink Floyd – Atom Heart Mother
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Pink Floyd - Animals
Mars Volta – Frances The Mute
Slowdive – Souvaki 
Dream Theater – Images And Words
Dream Theater – Awake
Dream Theater – Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory
Yes – The Yes Album
Yes – Close To The Edge
Yes – Tales From Topographic Oceans
Enya - Watermark
Henry Cow – Unrest
Portishead – Dummy
Neil Young – Harvest
Neil Young – Harvest Moon
Sandy Denny- The North star Grassman And The Ravens
Sandy Denny – Sandy
Sandy Denny & The Strawbs – All Our Own Work
Mr Bungle – Mr Bungle
Iced Earth – Iced Earth
Iced Earth – Burnt Offerings
Emperor – Anthems To The Welkin At Dusk
Strapping Young Lad – Alien
Devin Townsend – Ziltoid: The Omniscient
Devin Townsend – Ocean Machine
Devin Townsend – Deconstruction
Devin Townsend – Casualties Of Cool
Leonard Cohen – Songs of Leonard Cohen
Overkill – The Years Of Decay
Fates Warning – Perfect Symmetry
Fates Warning – A Pleasant Shade Of Grey
Loreena McKennitt – An Ancient Muse
Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly
Type O Negative – Bloody Kisses
Type O Negative – October Rust
Naked City – Naked City (Zorn)
Naked City – Radio (Zorn)
Moonchild – Astronome (Zorn)
Moonchild – Six Litanies For Heliogabalus
Gwar – Scumdogs Of The Universe
XTC - Skylarking
XTC – English Settlement
Meshuggah – Destroy Erase Improve
Meshuggah – Catch 33
Meshuggah – Violent Sleep Of Reason
Kitaro – Silk Road soundtracks
Laurie Anderson – Mister Heartbreak
Between The Buried And Me – Colors
Between The Buried And Me – The Great Misdirect
Between The Buried And ME – Parallax: Future Sequence
Angelo Badalamenti – Twin Peaks Soundtracks
Paradise Lost – lost Paradise
Paradise Lost – Icon
Julee Cruise – Floating Into The Night
Flaming Lips – 7 Skies H3 (the full 24 hour version!)
Flaming Lips – Embryonic
Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath (particularly for the title track and “Behind The Wall Of Sleep”)
Black Sabbath – Master Of Reality
Iron Maiden – Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden – Somewhere In Time
Cynic – Traced In Air
War – Why Cant We Be Friends?
David Bowie – Station to Station
Roger Waters – Amused To Death
Daniel Johnston – 1990
Pharaohe Monch – Internal Affairs
2Pac – All Eyes On Me
2Pac – Me Against The World
The Doors – The Doors
Slipknot – Mate Feed Kill Repeat
Slipknot – Slipknot
Slipknot - Iowa
Gong – Flying Teapot
Gong - Angels Egg
Gong – You
Eric Dolphy – Out To Lunch
Eric Dolphy – Iron Man
Celtic Frost – To Mega Therion
Celtic Frost – Monothiest
The Venture – The Ventures in Space
John Coltrane – Giant Steps
This Heat – This Heat
This Heat – Deceit
Cardiacs – A Little Man And A House And The Whole World Window
Cardiacs – Sing To God
Godflesh – Streetcleaner
King Crimson – Lizard
King Crimson – Larks Tongue In Aspic
Magma – Udu Wudu
Dr Zoltan – How To Sell The Whole Fucking Universe To everybody
The Man Called Tea – Sketchpad No. 1
Joy Division – Unknown Pleasures 
Paladin – Charge!
Toad – Toad
Diamanda Galas – Litanies Of Satan
Coven – Witchcraft Destroys Minds And Reaps Souls
The Flower Kings – Flower Power
The Flower Kings – Stardust We Are
Lionel Richie – Can’t Slow Down
Nick Cave – Henry’s Dream
Nick Cave – No More Shall We Part
Nick Drake – Pink Moon
Nick Drake – Five Leaves Left
Manic Street Preachers – The Holy Bible 
The Flying Luchenbachers – Revenge
Kent Knee – Say So
Ben Levin – Freak Machine
Ben Levin – Life And Back
Swans – The Seer
Ornette Coleman – The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Ornette Coleman – Body Meta
Charles Mingus – Blues And Roots
Sun Ra – Cosmos
Sun Ra – Heliocentric Worlds
Sun Ra – Nothing Is
Charlie Parker – Nothing Is
Miles Davis – Bitches Brew
Anthony Braxton – For Alto
Bjork – Debut
Bjork – Post
Darkthrone – A Blaze In The Northern Sky
Napalm Death – Scum
Alice In Chains – Dirt
Judas Priest – Sad Wings Of Destiny
Judas Priest – Painkiller
Buckethead – Welcome To Bucketheadland
Ravi Shankar – Chants Of India
Krishna Das – Breath Of The Heart
Krishna Das – Heart Full Of Soul
Malevolent Creation – The Ten Commandments
Cowboy Junkies – Trinity Session
Peter Paul and Mary – Album 1700
Peter Paul and Mary – (Various other albums)
Black Flag – Damaged
Melvins – Bullhead
Melvins – Houdini
Melvins – Stag
Oingo Boingo – Nothing To Fear
Robert Rich – Rainforest
Robert Rich - Geometry
Robert Rich – Electric Ladder
Robert Rich – Humidity
Robert Rich & Alio Die – Fissures
Tom Waits – Bone Machines
Tom Waits – Swordfishtrombones
Negativland – Negativland
Negativland – Escape From Noise
The Boredoms – Chocolate Synthesiser
The Boredoms – Super Ae
Van Der Graaf Generator – Pawn Hearts
Alan Parsons Project – I Robot
Jeff Wayne – War Of The Worlds
Bad Religion – How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
Captain Beefheart – Trout Mask Replica
Captain Beefheart – Lick My Decals Off Baby
Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine
Dillinger Escape Plan – Option Paralysis
Kings X – Gretchen Goes To Nebraska
Ayreon – Enter The Electric Castle
Ayreon – The Universal Migrator parts 1 & 2
Stolen Babies – There Be Squabbles Ahead
Thinking Plague – In This Life





There is also plenty of others I'm sure  :D

Nice.

How many on this list.

I have a list of my top 150 of all time I'll need to post. (in order, as impossible as that seems)
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Re: Your personal top [number] albums in your life
« Reply #49 on: July 15, 2017, 08:30:56 AM »
Limited to a few albums i still listen to (Styx and Cheap Trick were huge when I was 12 and had a big impact but have not listened to them since)

Sabbath vol 4
Zepp Song remains the Same
Motorhead no sleep till Hammersmith
Jimi Hendix - Electric Ladyland
Godflesh - Streetcleaner
Sepultura - Arise
Swans - Great Annihilator
Meshuggah - Catch 33
Opeth - Damnation / Deliverance
Blut aus Nord - the work which transforms god
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« Reply #50 on: July 15, 2017, 08:52:59 AM »
Some great ones in there. I'm pleasantly surprised to see The Tangent and Arena in particular on there!  :D

Sorry for responding so late. Great to see another Tangent fan here. They are few and far between, sadly. Hopefully I'll be picking up the new album next Friday.

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« Reply #51 on: July 16, 2017, 01:38:03 PM »
Godflesh - Streetcleaner

Swans - Great Annihilator

Blut aus Nord - the work which transforms god

Nice to see these names over here. Powerful stuff.

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« Reply #52 on: August 21, 2017, 06:44:25 PM »
Guys!! You're all just listing every album ever made. I mean, Come On!! Neilien, lol, seriously, that list, plus 40% of everyone else's list, is probably everyone's secret list anyhow. You can't just list every album :'(


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« Reply #53 on: August 21, 2017, 09:13:28 PM »
Beatles:
With the Beatles
Sgt. Pepper
White Album
Magical Mystery Tour

Jimi Hendrix:
Electric Ladyland
Cry of Love

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