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am i the only one who skips the last to tracks on TQID and pretends there is a light that never goes out is the last track?
that old woman chanting at the end of the album always spoils the epic mood that there is a light sets haha

How can you not like "Some Girls Are Bigger Than Others"?
Francoise Hardy - Je T'aime
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get rid of the links, guys.

if you are going to do out of print stuff like that, it is best to keep to PM it.


Just PM me if you'd like the links.
Cocteau Twins - Persephone
Tori Amos - Leather
The Cool Kids - Black Mags
I've been listening to that album a lot lately. I always seem to rediscover Sonic Youth in the spring.
Kate Bush - Night-Scented Stock
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We need some Amnesiac love in this thread. I've only recently discovered how awesome it is.

I'd actually consider that one my favourite Radiohead album, though it changes between that and Kid A.
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wtf was i thinking on february 24, 2008?

I can understand. They are a rather difficult band to get into. The first time I heard "Eat Yrself Fitter," I was like "wtf is this?" but hearing some of their other stuff made me come around.
Cocteau Twins - Donimo
Siouuxsie and the Banshees - Lunar Camel
Jesus and Mary Chain - You Trip Me Up
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We cant forget about Slint.
They were revolutionary.

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My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Nirvana - Nevermind
Primal Scream - Screamadelica
Sebadoh - III
Slint - Spiderland
Teenage Fanclub - Bandwagonesque

Does anyone actually read the list anymore?
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Soft Shock
R.P. Patnaik - Thiruvizhan Nu Vantha
Blur - This Is A Low
Blur - Magic America
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Someone in the Pit just said they think Nickelback are better musicians than the Stooges.

Seriously, I know it's the Pit, but I JUST DON'T FUCKING GET IT. I'm gonna be as objective as I can here and just say, what the fuck!

That's why I try to avoid the Pit. I mean, comparing Iggy Pop to Nickelback is like comparing Valrhona to some rank dollar-store chocolate. Not even the same league.
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Inside Me
Quote by Musefan161
List is epic but where's:

- (What's the Story) Morning Glory? More essential than "Definitely Maybe."

About Oasis, I think there's something to be said from removing them altogether, but if we must have them, Definitely Maybe is a better album overall than Morning Glory, though it lacks a "Wonderwall."

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what about Nirvana? and Alice in Chains?

You didn't look properly, did you? Nevermind and In Utero are both listed. As for Alice in Chains, they fit more into Modern Rock.
The Jesus and Mary Chain - Taste of Cindy
Lykke Li - Little Bit
Britney Spears - Womanizer
For the better, I think. But to each their own, I guess.
Ride - Vapour Trail
Pixies - Monkey Gone To Heaven
Spanish. It's more useful, has an infinitely easier grammar and has hotter speakers (IMHO, of course)

That said, why not take one in school and study the other on the side?
Fugazi - Suggestion
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Francoise Hardy - Va Pas Prendre Un Tambour
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My interest in Radiohead started with Pablo Honey and ended with The Bends, with the exception of one or two tracks off OK Computer...I've never understood the insane following this band has. They aren't bad musicians or anything, it's just Thom Yorke is so...whiny.

It's odd. I always thought The Bends was the band's whiniest, most self-pitying album.
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They played Beck's version of Leopard-Skin Pill Box Hat during the Oscar credits last night. Its a pretty kick-ass song.

You actually sat through all that? I couldn't have done it.
Francoise Hardy - Tous Les Garcons Et Les Filles
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I love this thread, but lack of Kaiser Chiefs really disturbs me.

They are not essential. At least, not to anyone who's ever heard Blur.