Pick One Favorite Album From Each Decade

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  1. Barry the Baptist

    Barry the Baptist Hello son, would you like a lolly?
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    I was referring to Dark Side, Wish You Were Here and The Wall. The movie was released in the 80's but the album was released in 79.
     
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    Animals is a great call. Dogs is a masterpiece.
     
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    60 s the white album,,,,Beatles
    70 s kiss alive 1 ,,,,,,,,,,,,Kiss,,,,,honorable mention a night at the opera Queen
    80 s the river ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Bruce Springsteen
    90 s decade of decadence ,motley crue,,yes it's a greatest hits album but I played it a gazillions times !
    00 let me preface this by saying there is not alot of music I liked in the early millennium,,,,,American idiot ,green day
    10 until now,,,,Modern Vintage ,,,,,Sixx AM,,,,,,,,these guys are good saw them at the Starland recently .
     
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    Oh geez what about Stevie Wonder Innervisions, Sly and the Family Stone Greatest Hits and Temptations Anthology.

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    There are so many..... CCR - Cosmos Factory, Allman Brothers- Eat a Peach, Crosby Stills Nash & Young - Deja Vu, David Bowie - Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust
     
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    Deja Vu, a classic.

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    That's right , it was. I alway think of the movie. Well that really throws a wrench in my 70s pick.
     
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    Love that album. I finally got to see csn live 2 years ago.
     
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    My first concert ever back in the late 70s at Nassau Collesium.

    Holy shit that was 40 years ago.

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    This is hard... especially considering I can't remember which of my music was at the end of a decade / beginning of next...... so I'm takin the easy way out. Some of these may not even be the best, just pivotal albums of the time for me... 90s are the toughest to choose (my "party" days)

    50s Howlin Wolf: moanin at midnight?
    60s Hendrix: Axis Bold as Love / Zeppelin II
    70s Zeppelin: Houses of the Holy / Marley: Exodus
    80s Bad Brains: Rock For Light / Metallica: Master of Puppets
    90s Social Distortion (self titled) / Tribe Called Quest: Low End Theory
    2000s Rise Against: Sufferer and the Witness / Tool: 10,000 Days / Black Keys: Magic Potion ?????


    btw, my 1st arena concert was RUSH at MSG. My 1st "general admission" show was Primus opening for FISHBONE at Stony Brook Gymnasium :)
     
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    This really was so hard,,,I stuck with Rock Albums and groups,,,but there was so much Van Halen and I don't think anyone mentioned the Stones which is amazing and Black Sabbath is only here a few times,,,good lists guys but again this was so hard
     
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    I had Some Girls from the 70s with about 4 other albums.

    And it's not even the Stones best album.

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    Good point. Sabbath should be on any list for their influence on their genre. I guess priest and Maiden also for reviving it later . So much would not have happened without those bands
     
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    Black and Blue is one of the most underrated and unsung stones albums of all time in my unhumble opinion
     
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    70s - Black Sabbath - Master of Reality
    80s - Possessed - Seven Churches
    90s - Carcass - Heartwork
    00s - High on Fire - Surrounded by Thieves
    10s - The Ocean - Pelagial
     
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    Interesting--What things would not have happened?
     
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    Sweet-leaf. After forever, Void, Children of the.., Excellent choice.
     
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    :p

    I argue with guys all the time about MoR vs. Paranoid vs. Vol4
     
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    I'd go with Master. Vol 4 is awesome too though. What do you think of Technical Ecstasy?
     
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    Aja.

    Fuck you I said it.

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