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#1
didn't search.. don't care.

I thought i'd ask all of you homosapians to share some outstanding musical radness.
Post some sweet albums here and maybe people will get some new tunes too hear!
(i'm too lazy to search myself :P)



My suggestions:

Califone - Roots and crowns, cool folky stuff
Listener - Wooden Heart, sicccccckk! folky i suppose
La Dispute - Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair, not one bad thing to say.
nine inch nails - ghosts, cool dirty ambient music
“being in a room and sitting there with a ghost, hearing their voice in your head and seeing them as clearly as I'm seeing you right now.”
#3
The Human Abstract - Digital Veil
Sonata Arctica - Unia
Wintersun - Wintersun
PM me for newts
#4
Lou Reed - Metal Machine Music
“Just to sum up: I would do various things very quickly.” - Donald Trump
#5
Random Obscure Band No One Has Heard Of - Listen To This Band Because It Will Make You Feel Special Because No One Knows Who They Are
#6
Falkenbach - ...Magni Blandinn Ok Megintiri...
Ornette Coleman - Free Jazz: A Collective Improvisation
Watchtower - Control and Resistance
John Coltrane - Giant Steps
Shawn Lane - Powers of Ten
There's no such thing; there never was. Where I am going you cannot follow me now.
#7
Procol Harum - Procol Harum - one of the best albums of the 60s
Roger Waters - the Pros And Cons Of Hitchiking - pure awesome
Thelonius Monk - Monk - heard it all for the first time today, great jazz album
Danny Knicely - Roots & Branches - Celtic bluegrass jazz folk...
"The man that hath no music in himself, nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils. The motions of his spirit are dull as night, and his affections dark as Erebus. Let no such man be trusted."
#9
Quote by Kill A Kitten
Random Obscure Band No One Has Heard Of - Listen To This Band Because It Will Make You Feel Special Because No One Knows Who They Are

I'll check it out, dude.
“being in a room and sitting there with a ghost, hearing their voice in your head and seeing them as clearly as I'm seeing you right now.”
#10
Another one? This is like the 6th one this week. Please search next time.
#11
Opeth - Blackwater Park
Joe Satriani - Surfing With the Alien
MY GEAR:
PRS SE Custom 24
Jackson DKA7
Gibson Explorer
MESA/Boogie Express 5:25
BOSS GT-100

BOSS TU-2
Dunlop Cry Baby Classic
BOSS NS-2
VOX Joe Satriani Ice 9 OD Pedal
VOX Joe Satriani Time Machine Delay Pedal
Ernie Ball Strings
V Picks
#13
Quote by Kill A Kitten
Random Obscure Band No One Has Heard Of - Listen To This Band Because It Will Make You Feel Special Because No One Knows Who They Are


I liked them more before everyone started recommending them


and

King of the Beach by Wavves.

Some freakin rad tunes! Love every song on that CD.
#15
dark side of the moon
and
shadows are security
VHT Special 6 ultra
TC HOF Reverb
Line 6 DL4
EHX OD Glove
Fender standard Tele
Ibanez Rga121
Taylor GA 214E
#16
Evey time I come no these threads I know that people will mention bands that 90% I have never heard of. Do people think these margin albums are ''essential''?
EDIT: These recommendations are not so bad so far
Last edited by HaistaPaska92 at Jul 30, 2011,
#17
Quote by tissue-box
didn't search.. don't care.

I thought i'd ask all of you homosapians to share some outstanding musical radness.
Post some sweet albums here and maybe people will get some new tunes too hear!
(i'm too lazy to search myself :P)



My suggestions:

Califone - Roots and crowns, cool folky stuff
Listener - Wooden Heart, sicccccckk! folky i suppose
La Dispute - Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair, not one bad thing to say.
nine inch nails - ghosts, cool dirty ambient music

Most of my favorite albums are pretty mainstream, but if I were to suggest ones that get overlooked:

Any MCR album. I know they are mainstream, but I think they are under-appreciated because they were easy to hate with their image, but watch their Life on the Murder Scene documentary and get to know them, they are good guys who are incredibly passionate about what they do and have fun while doing it.

The Used's self-titled album. This album was my adolescence. No joke
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Snake?

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#18
Quote by HaistaPaska92
Evey time I come no these threads I know that people will mention bands that 90% I have never heard of. Do people think these margin albums are ''essential''?


Yes how dare they recommend albums that someone might not have heard. For shame!
A SAD CHIDORI
#19
Quote by lance_vance
Yes how dare they recommend albums that someone might not have heard. For shame!

LoL I kno rite!?
#20
Depends, if someone was getting into post-hardcore music, I'd probably say Discovering the Waterfront - Silverstein.

Quite frankly, I don't believe in an "essential" album, because everyone has significantly different musical tastes. I don't think anything of mine is essential, but I would highly recommend that Sliverstein CD to anyone.
#22
Quote by StewieSwan

Sonata Arctica - Unia




wait...your serious? ESSENTIAL, like

Metallica- ...And Justice For All
The Pixies- Doolittle
The Beatles- With The Beatles (or insert the other various classics they produced)
American Football- American Football
Alkaline Trio- Alkaline Trio
Green Day- Dookie
Jawbreaker- 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Black Sabbath- Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Deep Purple- Machinehead
Eminem- The Marshall Mathers LP
Cursive- The Ugly Organ
The Roots- So Do You Want More!??!?!?!
Nirvana- Nevermind
Outkast- Stankonia
AFI- Black Sails In The Sunset
Alice In Chains- Dirt
Megadeth- Rust In Peace
Beastie Boys- Ill Communication ( or Paul's Boutique)
The Ramones- Rocket To Russia
Rage Against The Machine- Self Titled
Braid- Frame and Canvas
Fugazi- 13 songs
Iron Maiden- Powerslave
Jimmy Eat World- Bleed American
Knapsack- Day Three of my New Life
Mos Def- Black on Both Sides
The Offspring- Smash
Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power
The Police- Regatta De Blanc
Radiohead- OK Computer
Originally posted by J_Dizzle
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#24
Biffy Clyro - Blackened Sky
The Ergs - dorkrockcorkrod
Wu Tang Clan - Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers)
Iron Maiden - Powerslave
The Clash - London Calling
Iron Maiden - Brave New World
Marmaduke Duke - The Magnificent Duke
Queen - News of the World
#25
Quote by GoodCharloteSux


wait...your serious? ESSENTIAL, like

Metallica- ...And Justice For All
The Pixies- Doolittle
The Beatles- With The Beatles (or insert the other various classics they produced)
American Football- American Football
Alkaline Trio- Alkaline Trio
Green Day- Dookie
Jawbreaker- 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Black Sabbath- Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Deep Purple- Machinehead
Eminem- The Marshall Mathers LP
Cursive- The Ugly Organ
The Roots- So Do You Want More!??!?!?!
Nirvana- Nevermind
Outkast- Stankonia
AFI- Black Sails In The Sunset
Alice In Chains- Dirt
Megadeth- Rust In Peace
Beastie Boys- Ill Communication ( or Paul's Boutique)
The Ramones- Rocket To Russia
Rage Against The Machine- Self Titled
Braid- Frame and Canvas
Fugazi- 13 songs
Iron Maiden- Powerslave
Jimmy Eat World- Bleed American
Knapsack- Day Three of my New Life
Mos Def- Black on Both Sides
The Offspring- Smash
Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power
The Police- Regatta De Blanc
Radiohead- OK Computer


1/30

See how easy it is? That's why these threads are overdone and usually end in flaming.
Last edited by D&DLover at Jul 31, 2011,
#26
here we go guys
VHT Special 6 ultra
TC HOF Reverb
Line 6 DL4
EHX OD Glove
Fender standard Tele
Ibanez Rga121
Taylor GA 214E
Last edited by the_white_bunny at Jul 31, 2011,
#27
gtg cya
I'mCool

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#28
Quote by GoodCharloteSux


wait...your serious? ESSENTIAL, like

Metallica- ...And Justice For All
The Pixies- Doolittle
The Beatles- With The Beatles (or insert the other various classics they produced)
American Football- American Football
Alkaline Trio- Alkaline Trio
Green Day- Dookie
Jawbreaker- 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Black Sabbath- Sabbath Bloody Sabbath
Deep Purple- Machinehead
Eminem- The Marshall Mathers LP
Cursive- The Ugly Organ
The Roots- So Do You Want More!??!?!?!
Nirvana- Nevermind
Outkast- Stankonia
AFI- Black Sails In The Sunset
Alice In Chains- Dirt
Megadeth- Rust In Peace
Beastie Boys- Ill Communication ( or Paul's Boutique)
The Ramones- Rocket To Russia
Rage Against The Machine- Self Titled
Braid- Frame and Canvas
Fugazi- 13 songs
Iron Maiden- Powerslave
Jimmy Eat World- Bleed American
Knapsack- Day Three of my New Life
Mos Def- Black on Both Sides
The Offspring- Smash
Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power
The Police- Regatta De Blanc
Radiohead- OK Computer
10/10

Score is for Knapsack and Jawbreaker.
#29
Quote by GoodCharloteSux


wait...your serious? ESSENTIAL, like


your


Every time this happens I feel like punching a child.
A SAD CHIDORI
#30
Quote by D&DLover
1/30

See how easy it is? That's why these threads are overdone and usually end in flaming.


Im all for it regarding these threads honestly, it exposes me to new music but yea it is pretty easy to criticize, also though I would honestly like to hear why the poster I mocked felt Unia by Sonata Arctica is an essential album to own/listen to. And I, likewise would love to do so if anyone strongly disagrees with someone o\f the albums I posted. I'm all for defending the albums I posted. I'm sure that defense would fall on mostly dead ears but I'm not concerned with that demographic.

Quote by lance_vance
Every time this happens I feel like punching a child.


Your clearly very anal about the way people type on a guitar forum
Originally posted by J_Dizzle
THAAAANK YOU GoodCharloteSux is god
Last edited by GoodCharloteSux at Jul 31, 2011,
#31
Quote by r0ckth3d34n
Depends, if someone was getting into post-hardcore music, I'd probably say Discovering the Waterfront - Silverstein.

Quite frankly, I don't believe in an "essential" album, because everyone has significantly different musical tastes. I don't think anything of mine is essential, but I would highly recommend that Sliverstein CD to anyone.


>Post Hardcore

>Silverstein

Last edited by blake1221 at Jul 31, 2011,
#32
Tom Waits- Nighthawks at the Diner
Mastodon- Crack the Skye
Zakk Wylde- Book of Shadows
Clutch- From Beale Streat to Oblivion
All the way from Palm Springs, just out of detox.
Show him a warm welcome, let's hear some applause
#33
Quote by GoodCharloteSux
Im all for it regarding these threads honestly, it exposes me to new music but yea it is pretty easy to criticize, also though I would honestly like to hear why the poster I mocked felt Unia by Sonata Arctica is an essential album to own/listen to. And I, likewise would love to do so if anyone strongly disagrees with someone o\f the albums I posted. I'm all for defending the albums I posted. I'm sure that defense would fall on mostly dead ears but I'm not concerned with that demographic.


Because he likes it. That's all it comes down to. I love suggestion threads, but not when people don't search (OP) and not when people bitch about which albums should be included. It's like talking to people about literary canon; it's slow, painful, and it's all going to be entirely dependent on taste.

So let's just post in already established recent threads and not worry about other people's suggestions
Last edited by D&DLover at Jul 31, 2011,
#34
Here's my fifteen top played albums of the past three months. You should all listen to all of them.

My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Neutral Milk Hotel - In the Aeroplane over the Sea
Television - Marquee Moon
Pavement - Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain
Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band -Trout Mask Replica
Sleater-Kinney - The Hot Rock
Jawbreaker - 24 Hour Revenge Therapy
Mission of Burma - Vs.
Pavement - Slanted and Enchanted
Wire - Pink Flag
Ramones - Ramones
The Velvet Underground - The Velvrt Underground
Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out
Echo & The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here
Tom Waits - Rain Dogs

Last edited by neidnarb11890 at Jul 31, 2011,
#35
Wu Tang Clan - Enter the Wu Tang (36 Chambers)
Only Built 4 Cuban Linx - Raekwon
Ironman - Ghostface Killah
Supreme Clientele - Ghostface Killah
Liquid Swords - GZA
Tical - Method Man
Return to the 36 Chambers - Ol' Dirty Bastard

You know what, just get every god damn thing the WTC and its members have done and shut the fuck up
#36
The Beatles - Revolver
Radiohead - OK Computer
Weezer - Pinkerton
The Velvet Underground - VU & Nico
De La Soul - 3 Feet High and Rising
The Buzzcocks - Singles Going Steady
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
Prince - Dirty Mind
Beastie Boys - Licensed to Ill
Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Nas - Illmatic
The Strokes - Is This It?
Buddy Holly - Any greatest hits
Woody Guthrie - Asch Recordings vol. 1
Taylor Swift - Fearless ( )


Essential =/= the best, though. I like Blue better than Pinkerton and Loaded better than VU & Nico.
“Just to sum up: I would do various things very quickly.” - Donald Trump
#39
Quote by neidnarb11890
Clearly the superior Let It Be.


Of course
#40
Quote by D&DLover
Because he likes it. That's all it comes down to. I love suggestion threads, but not when people don't search (OP) and not when people bitch about which albums should be included. It's like talking to people about literature canon; it's slow, painful, and it's all going to be entirely dependent on taste.


Essential means something indispensable, and thats fine and dandy if that album is indispensable for that user personally, but the point of these threads is partly to gauge other peoples musical opinions, expose music to people you think would appreciate it, or/and force your own musical initiative. I've accepted I'm filled with musical elitism and have no problem expressing that. If I have an opinion on something, depending on my mood, I might share it.

Tonight, I saw that post, I have may have let it fly 999 other times, I felt compelled to comment on it, because I literally laughed when I saw the post. You want to laugh at some of my essential albums, have at it. Enjoy!

Quote by bradulator

Neutral Milk Hotel - In The Aeroplane Over The Sea
Nas - Illmatic



Also, forgot about those two, great albums!
Originally posted by J_Dizzle
THAAAANK YOU GoodCharloteSux is god
Last edited by GoodCharloteSux at Jul 31, 2011,
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