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    What have you played a zillion times and still like a lot?

    For me:

    XTC - English Settlement

    Deep Purple - Machine Head

    Kansas - Leftoverture

    Mi-Sex - Computer Games

    Ultravox - Vienna

    Bob Marley - Rastaman Vibration

    Rush - 2112

    Ted Nugent - Free for All

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    if there weren't a few ladies present...

    ...I've got a politically incorrect answer, but I assume you mean music .

    Ten off the top of my head:

    Pink Floyd: Animals
    Led Zep: Presence
    Steely Dan: Aja
    Genesis: Duke
    TFF: Elemental
    Talking Heads: Remain in Light
    Pete Townshend: Empty Glass
    Twilight Singers: As Played By
    Bob Marley: Legend
    Marvin Gaye: What's Going On

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    Too many to mention....

    Uriah Heep - Salisbury, Look At Yourself
    Zebra - Zebra
    Tull - Minstrel, Thick, Aqualung, Benefit
    AC/DC - High Voltage, Let There Be Rock
    Strawbs - Ghosts
    Porcupine Tree - Stupid Dream
    Robin Trower - Bridge Of Sighs
    Kansas - Masque, Leftoverture
    ELO - Eldorado, A New World Record
    Metallica - Ride The Lightning, Master Of Puppets
    Queen - Night At The Opera, News Of The World
    Styx - Equinox, Crystal Ball
    Moody Blues - Childrens Children Children
    Rush - Moving Pictures, Grace Under Pressure, 2112
    Gov't Mule - Dose, Life Before Insanity
    Steely Dan - Can't Buy A Thrill, Countdown To Ecstacy

    Oh, there's so many more but I'm drawing a blank.

    Darren
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    Husker Du - NEW DAY RISING
    Minutemen - THE PUNCH LINE
    Meat Puppets - II
    R.E.M. - Document
    Slayer - South of Heaven
    Acid Bath - When the Kite String Pops

    to name a few

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    at the swingin' party down the line..


    The Replacements

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    Beatles-Rubber Soul, Revolver, Sgt. Pepper, While Album
    Stones-Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile..., Beggars Banquet, Flowers
    Zeppelin-II
    Floyd-DSOTM, Wall, WYWH
    Fleetwood Mac-Heroes Are Hard To Find, Mystery To Moi, S/T, Rumours, Tusk, Then Play On
    Nick Lowe-Pure Pop For Now People, Labour Of Lust, Rose Of England, The Impossible Bird
    Cowboy Junkies - Pale Sun Crescent Moon, Trinity Sessions, Lay It Down
    Joan Armatrading - S/T, Walk Under Ladders, Me Myself, I
    Simon and Garfunkle-Bookends
    Yes-Fragile
    War-World Is A Ghetto
    Queen-Night At The Opry
    Creedence-Cosmos Factory, Willie and the Poor Boys
    Abba-Arrival
    Dave Edmunds-Repeat When Necessary
    Los Lobos-Kiko
    Marvin Gaye-Whats Going On
    Sam and Dave-Best Of
    Lucinda Williams-Car Wheeks On A Gravel Road
    Willie Nelson-Phases and Stages
    Springsteen-Born With The Runs
    Neil Young-After The Gold Rush, Harvest
    John Lennon-Plastic Ono Band
    CSNY-Deja Vu
    Pressure Cooker-I've Got The Music In Me
    Hendrix-Are You Experienced
    ELO-A New World Record
    Steely Dan-Aja
    Blood Sweat and Tears-S/T
    Jackson Browne-Late For The Sky
    Chicago II
    Jerry Jeff Walker-Viva Terlingua
    The Clash - London Calling. just added this, can't believe I left it off.

    these have never left the rotation because I tired of them. Just new stuff came in and pushed them further back down the shelf.
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    yes fragile, yes album, tales
    genesis selling england by the pound, foxtrot,trespass,wind and wuthering.
    Pink floyd DSTOM, animals
    Jethro tull aqualung, thick as a brick a passion play.
    Moody blues To our children, children's.
    Dead can dance into the labyrinth.
    Rush moving pictures.
    Bethoven 5th
    Stravinsky firebird suite.
    Steve Hackett Voyage of the acolyte.
    Cat Stevens mona bona jackon.
    Spocks beard kidness of strangers.

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    Kansas - Masque
    Uriah Heap - Demons and Wizards
    Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
    Rennaissance - Live at Carnegie Hall
    Carl Filipiak - Blue Entrance
    SRV - Couldn't Stand The Weather
    Allman Bros - Live at the Filmore
    Los Lonely Boys


    Hey Dave-G, Is it still possible to get a copy of that Govt Mule comp you did. I want to add it to this list.

    Hyfi

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    In The Nursery - Hindle Wakes
    Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts
    Kraftwerk - Computer World
    Return to Forever - Romantic Warrior
    Mentallo & The Fixer - Vengeance is Mine
    Collide - Some Kind of Strange
    Little Computer People - Electro Pop
    Mike Oldfield
    Vangelis
    Klaus Schulze
    Paul Schutze
    Chris Meloche

    ...and these are a few of my favourite things!...

    Hey, javier -- I just pulled out my vinyl of Voyage of the Acolyte to record at 24/96. I agree, that ion never gets oiled.
    Eschew fascism.
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    Let's just start with a dozen:

    Massive Attack - Mezzanine
    Interpol - Turn On The Bright Lights
    Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
    Grant Lee Buffalo - Mighty Joe Moon
    Company Flow - Funcrusher Plus
    Chocolate Genius - Black Music
    Dinosaur Jr. - Where You Been
    Cannonball Adderly - Somethin' Else
    T. Rex - Electric Warrior
    Daft Punk - Homework
    Janos Starker - Bach Suites for solo cello
    Dr. Octagon - Dr. Octagonecologyst

    And the list goes on...

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    Yeah, Ultravox Vienna for sure . . .

    All the post 1980 XTC albums.

    Dark Side of the Moon, WYWH, Animals

    The World is a Ghetto (good call dld!)

    Zappa- Sheik Yerbouti

    Wall of Voodoo- Dark Continent

    Gary Numan- Pleasure Principle

    Stan Ridgway- Mosquitoes, Partyball

    The first Bears album

    UK

    The Tubes first album

    Abbey Road

    Moving Pictures

    Keneally- Sluggo!

    Bill Nelson's Red Noise

    The Royal Scam

    The first Doors album

    Rupert Hine- Immunity

    Split Enz- Waiata

    All those great mid-70s Genesis albums

    Porcupine Tree- In Absentia, Stupid Dream, Sky Moves Sideways

    Goodbye Yellowbrick Road, Don't Shoot Me, Honkey Chateau

    TMBG- Apollo 18, Flood

    King Crimson- Discipline

    10cc- How dare you

    Camel- Moonmadness, Mirage

    Can I stop yet?

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    Post A few I can think of..

    Pink Floyd: Animals (wow, I'm noticing quite the trend with this one)
    Meat Puppets: II
    All three of my Pixies albums
    Megadeth: Rust In Peace
    Tool: Lateralus
    Beastie Boys: Paul's Boutique
    Opeth: Morningrise
    Queens Of The Stone Age: Rated R
    Stooges: Fun House
    Joy Division: Unknown Pleasures
    Jimi Hendrix: Band Of Gypsys
    Neil Young: On The Beach
    The Clash: "Green Album"
    Led Zeppelin: III
    The Dillinger Escape Plan: Calculating Infinity (I can't think of an album in my collection that's getting more play than this one right now...absolutely awesome stuff)
    John Coltrane: Blue Train, vinyl and CD
    King Crimson: Red
    "...and then at the end of the letter I like to write <i>'P.S. - this is what part of the alphabet would look like if Q and R were eliminated.'</i> "


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    There are a lot actually, but off the top of my head...

    1) Deep Purple/Machine Head and Burn
    2) Led Zeppelin/Physical Graffitti
    3) Jethro Tull/Minstrel In The Gallery, Thick As A Brick
    4) Ambrosia/Ambrosia
    5) Montrose/Montrose
    6) Porcupine Tree/In Absentia (keeps getting better), Stupid Dream, Lightbulb Sun
    7) King Crimson/Lark's Tongue's In Aspic, In The Court Of The Crimson King
    8) Marillion/Fugazi, Clutching At Straws
    9) Uriah Heep/Demons & Wizards, The Magician's Birthday
    10) Gentle Giant/In A Glass House, The Power And The Glory
    11) Col. Bruce Hampton & The Aquarium Rescue Unit/Mirrors Of Embarassment
    12) Bela Fleck/UFO TOFU
    13) King's X/Gretchen Goes To Nebraska
    14) Riot/Fire Down Under
    15) Black Sabbath/Sabbath Bloody Sabbath, Sabotage, Master Of Reality
    16) Yes/The Yes Album, Fragile, Close To The Edge
    17) Rush/Moving Pictures
    18) Mike Oldfield/Tubular Bells
    19) Queen/Sheer Heart Attack
    20) ZZ Top/Tres Hombres

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    Some newies and oldies

    Elbow - Cast of Thousands
    Sun Kil Moon - Ghosts of the highway
    Greg Brown - Further In
    Doves - Last Broadcast
    Grandaddy - Sumday
    Postal Service - Give Up
    The Stills - Logic will break your heart
    Neon Golden - Notwist

    Supertramp - Breakfast in America
    Steeely Dan - Royal Scam & Gaucho
    Rush - Moving Pictures
    B Marley - Exodus, Confrontation
    Prefab Sprout - Steve Mcqueen
    Crowded House - Woodface
    Who - Who's Next
    Clash - London Calling
    Ian Dury - New Boots and Panties

    Cheers
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    Wire - Pink Flag
    The Jam - All Mod Cons
    The Clash - London Calling
    Steve Earle - I Feel Alright
    Let It Bleed - Rolling Stones
    Highway 61 - Dylan
    Violent Femmes
    Velvet Underground
    Crazy Rhythms - The Feelies
    Legend - Buddy Holly
    Equal Rights - Peter Tosh
    This Years Model - Elvis Costello
    Another Green World - Brian Eno
    In the Aeroplane Over the Sea - Neutral Milk Hotel

    Saxophone Colosus - Sonny Rollins
    Waltx for Debbie - Bill Evans
    In a Silent Way - Miles Davis
    Night Train - Oscar Peterson
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    A bunch of stuff...here's the first 20 that come to mind...

    Marvin Gaye: Superhits
    The Clash: London Calling
    Bob Marley: Soul Rebel
    Creedence Clearwater Revival: Chronicle
    Velvet Underground
    Massive Attack: Protection
    Maxwell: Urban Hang Suite
    Minutemen: Double Nickels on the Dime
    Jesus & Mary Chain: Darklands
    Chuck Berry: several different hits packages
    Willie Nelson: Stardust
    X: More Fun in the New World
    Frank Sinatra: Songs for Swingin' Lovers
    Prince: Dirty Mind
    soundtrack to The Harder They Come
    Tom Waits: Swordfishtrombones
    Duane Eddy: Movin' N' Groovin'
    Chet Baker: Chet
    Al Green: Greatest Hits
    Run DMC: Tougher Than Leather

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    Here's just a few....

    Rush - Counterparts; A Farewell to Kings

    Crowded House - Woodface

    Kansas - Leftovertures

    Supertramp - Crime of the Century

    Pink Floyd - WYWH; Meddle; A Momentary Lapse of Reason

    Rik Emmett - Absolutely

    Bowie - Ziggy; The Man Who Sold the World

    Dan Fogelberg - The Innocent Age

    Al Stewart - Year of the Cat

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    record in what???

    Quote Originally Posted by Dusty Chalk
    In The Nursery - Hindle Wakes
    Keith Jarrett - Sun Bear Concerts
    Kraftwerk - Computer World
    Return to Forever - Romantic Warrior
    Mentallo & The Fixer - Vengeance is Mine
    Collide - Some Kind of Strange
    Little Computer People - Electro Pop
    Mike Oldfield
    Vangelis
    Klaus Schulze
    Paul Schutze
    Chris Meloche

    ...and these are a few of my favourite things!...

    Hey, javier -- I just pulled out my vinyl of Voyage of the Acolyte to record at 24/96. I agree, that ion never gets oiled.
    One of the few LP's that survive in my LP collection but seldom played in that format ( to many pops it is just 24 years old)

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    Voyage?

    Hackett's Voyage of the Acolyte?

    I need to relisten to that one.

    I never liked it too much.

    Dave

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    Oh yeah, forgot about the Supertramp as well as

    Genisis- Trick of the Tail and Foxtrot

    If I still had a whole copy of The Man Who Stole The World, I would still be playing it to death.

    Oh and one more- Elton John's 11-17-71


    Cheers Essy!

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    All the Ozzy era Sabbath albums up to Sabotage
    All Queen albums up to The Game
    Rainbow Rising
    Floyd - The Wall, Animals, WYWH, Dark Side, Meddle, Piper At The Gates Of Dawn, Final Cut.
    Roger Waters - all of them.
    First two Ozzy albums and The Ultimate Sin
    All of David Byrne's post TH solo albums up to 2001
    Talking Heads - Little Creatures
    Thin Lizzy - Live & Dangerous
    All of Stevie Nicks albums (although they aren't that great, I love 'em!)
    All AC/DC albums up to Back In Black
    All Gillan era Purple albums from the 70's and Perfect Strangers.
    All Kate Bush albums except The Red Shoes.
    All Tori Amos albums
    Genesis - Foxtrot
    Radiohead - OK Computer and The Bends
    1st Zep album.
    Manowar - Hail To England
    Rush - 2112, Signals, Moving Pictures
    Mac - Mirage, Tusk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyfi
    Oh yeah, forgot about the Supertramp as well as

    Genisis- Trick of the Tail and Foxtrot

    If I still had a whole copy of The Man Who Stole The World, I would still be playing it to death.

    Oh and one more- Elton John's 11-17-71


    Cheers Essy!

    Hyfi
    The Man Who Stole The World? Did I say that?

    I guess if I had balls, you would have just busied them.

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    It's your memory that seems to be lacking but we won't go there! I wrote it like that on purpose having done it before when you made your David Blowie comps.

    You may have to clue me in on this--"I guess if I had balls, you would have just busied them."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyfi
    It's your memory that seems to be lacking but we won't go there! I wrote it like that on purpose having done it before when you made your David Blowie comps.

    You may have to clue me in on this--"I guess if I had balls, you would have just busied them."
    Hey HyFi, let me offer a wild guess here, I think instead of "Busied", the word should have been "busted". Thats kinda of an LOL for me. The rest should be self explanatory.

    OK, I'm off to minding my own business now.
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