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#1
And yes, you must pick one (or two).

Mine would either be OpIvy's Energy or Milo Goes To College (Descendents for some of you retards out there)
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#2
The Great Depression, or A Collection of Pop Classics. Next week they'll probably be Superiority Complex, and I Just Can't Stop It.
#3
My all time favorite album would either be Station to Station or Aladdin Sane by Bowie.

If we're talking about pure punk albums though, it's a tie between Richard Hell and the Voidoids' "Blank Generation" or the Prostitutes s/t LP.
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#5
minor threat - complete discography

probably the only band that i can listen to anytime of the day, anywhere.
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#7
I honestly don't think I have one.

Separation Sunday is high up as are Tim, Let it Be, and Pleased to Meet Me,

For now I guess I'll go with Separation Sunday even though I haven't listened to it in a while.

White Light/White Heat and Funhouse have a place in my heart too. My favorite album ATM though is almost certainly Casual Sex in the Cineplex. It's existential.
#10
That's such a hard call.

My favorite song of all time is Timorous Me by Ted Leo & the Pharmacists for sentimental purposes.
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#11
Me and Johnny sittin' in the Green Grass
I don't remember too much from that far back in the past...

I love that song too...
It makes me all mushy though...
#12
Rancid's "Life Won't Wait" is the best album of all time.

It's definitely not a crap album by a crap band who were dried up by that point.
#13
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That's such a hard call.

My favorite song of all time is Timorous Me by Ted Leo & the Pharmacists for sentimental purposes.

Are they hard to get into? I've had Shake the Sheets for quite a few years now, given it a listen every so often, but never really been able to get into it. I've been meaning to pull it out again.

My favorite CDs always seem to be changing, but right now I'd say Reinventing Axl Rose, Red-Eyed Soul, and Big Lizard in my Backyard.
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'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#14
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+1

Hard decision, but how can I not choose that album? 24 Hour Revenge Therapy is a close second.
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#15
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Rancid's "Life Won't Wait" is the best album of all time.

I Just saw them in concert last month and i love there music but dont know anything off of that album, what were some of the good songs?

Sublime's self-titled album is my favorite album of all time if you get the chance listen to it from start to finish and you will know why this is a great album!
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#16
^ Bloodclot, Warsaw and the title track are all punk classics.

It's a consistent album though, it's not as if there's a few decent tracks and 10 filler songs.
#17
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Are they hard to get into? I've had Shake the Sheets for quite a few years now, given it a listen every so often, but never really been able to get into it. I've been meaning to pull it out again.
No, I loved them from the first song I heard.
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#19
I have a lot

Milo Goes To College
Wiggle
Etc.
Young, Loud, and Snotty
Road to Ruin
How Could Hell Be Any Worse?
One False Move
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#21
^I'm actually not being sarcastic when I say that I think Life Won't Wait is a decent album. It's at least better than their self-titled from 2000.

I think my favorite album is Marquee Moon by Television. They're not necessarily my favorite band, but the album is the most consistently good album I can think of.

Edit: That was to Brian... I'm WAY behind.
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#22
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Good Choice of Ramones album...

I love every Ramones album but I think Road To Ruin just tingles my testicles the most.
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#24
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^I'm actually not being sarcastic when I say that I think Life Won't Wait is a decent album. It's at least better than their self-titled from 2000.

I think my favorite album is Marquee Moon by Television. They're not necessarily my favorite band, but the album is the most consistently good album I can think of.

Edit: That was to Brian... I'm WAY behind.

That's also one of my favorites(obviously), every song on it is great.
I'm the same as I was when I was six years old
And oh my god I feel so damn old
I don't really feel anything
#25
i think it's hard to choose a favorite but here are a few i'd definitely put up their.

Antischism-Discography
Nausea-extinction
Aus rotten-the rotten agenda
los crudos/spitboy-split LP
Thin the herd-mournful and overcast
Icons of filth-onward christian soldiers
Dystopia-human=garbage

favorites ep's
Wartorn-prey for salvation
kakistocracy/nux vomica
mankinda-dirt
#26
I really have no idea what my favorite is, but I still maintain that SLF - Inflammable Materials is the greatest example of what punk is / can be... it's so well put together and every song on it is great. I don't know if it's my favorite to listen to, but it's damned near perfect.
#27
I would also like to add that I really like Blonde on Blonde.

Anyway, my cousin saw SLF in NYC last year.

I was uber jealous...
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#28
Lovehatehero - White Lies
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#29
One of these ( but probably the first one ):

Acrobatic Tenemant
Dear You
End on End
It takes a nation of millions to hold us back
Diary
Shut your mouth and open your eyes
two and a half men.
#30
Soundgarden's Badmotorfinger

But when it comes to punk it's:
Rock for Light
Living in Darkness
#31
Double Nickels on the Dime
Soul Food or Popular Favorites by the Oblivians
#32
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First one I heard was "Me and Mia" and it's kinda hard to beat that...

See, that must be the problem. That's the first song on STS, and it's the first one I heard. It was catchy and I loved it, but then the rest of the album just didn't make the same impression on me.

If I can find the album laying around (wherever it is by now) I'll have to give it another listen.
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'Cause she couldn't read the clock anymore
She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
Says she don't see what all the ticking's for
#35
Seriously, this is a hell of a tough question....

but gonna have to list....

Damaged - Black Flag
Never Mind the Bollocks heres the Sexy Pistols
Clash s/t
Ramones s/t and Leave Home
Album - Generic Flipper
Marquee Moon
Damned, Damned, Damned by
Fun House - Stooges
The Record - Fear
G.I. -The Germs
Plastic Surgery Disasters or Fresh Fruit by DK
White Light/White Heat is pretty damn good
Inflammable Material by Stiff Little Finguz
How Could Hell Be Any Worse? by Bad Religion

non-punk would have to be L.A. Woman by the Doors, that is my all time favorite album ever.

Velvet Underground debut and Evol, Sister, and Daydream Nation by Sonic Youth are all brilliant.
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#36
My favourites are...

No Substance - Bad Religion
Change Is A Sound - Strike Anywhere
A New Kind Of Army - Anti-flag
Complete Discography - Minor Threat
Revolutions Per Minute - Rise Against
So This Is Freedom - The Unseen
Everything Goes Numb - Streetlight Manifesto
Insomniac - Green Day
The Romance Of Helen Trent - The Killing Tree
Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables - Dead Kennedys (obviously)
#37
Lately it's been Duct Tape Soup by Crimpshrine. But all-time it's probably Everything Goes Numb by Streetlight Manifesto. I haven't listened to it in a while, but I know if I ever turned it on, I'd be able to listen through it and sing along to every song.
And clenching your fist for the ones like us
Who are oppressed by the figures of beauty,
You fixed yourself, you said, "Well, never mind,
We are ugly, but we have the music."
#38
Duct Tape Soup >>>>>>>>> Everything Goes Numb
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#40
Fresh Fruit For Rotting Vegetables by the Dead Kennedys

Or

Rocket to Russia by the Ramones (not the best Ramones album but a nice trip down memory lane for me).
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