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    Another album I adore is "A Night at the Opera" by Queen. It's just a wonderful piece of musicianship (what other rock album contains a harp?) It's also great fun to sing along with! Everyone needs practice working those high notes...

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    I was thinking about this question today, and realized I could not live life without my Parliament Funkadelic Greatest Hits CD. It's what I listen to when I need cheering up. That album puts the dip in my hip and the stride in my glide!

    I also really love Cibo Matto's Stereotype A and Suspiria by Miranda Sex Garden.
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    Well, in addition to ALL of those that Hazy mentioned... and notwithstanding Live Phish 01...
    here are some of my all time fav's
    Pearl Jam- Ten (can not be over stated how great this album was/is)
    Fleetwood Mac- Rumors
    INXS- Kick
    Live- Throwing Copper
    Beastie Boys- Licensed to Ill (that album still get airplay!)
    U2- Actung Baby or War

    kind of all over the place there eh?

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    Ooooh, I need to add some now. Kick was great. And I forgot The Joshua Tree.

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    Originally posted by QuinntheEskimo
    INXS- Kick
    Live- Throwing Copper
    Beastie Boys- Licensed to Ill (that album still get airplay!)
    These three could easily have made my list as well. So much great music (well ok, not enough really) it's hard to list them all.

    Great choices Quinn - and yea, Ten is simply one of the best ever. Everything PJ has done since then has been a minor to major letdown.
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    Oh I forgot.

    Anything, and I mean, anything by Tool.
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    Originally posted by ajg113
    NWA - Straight Outta Compton (I'm totally serious. This album kicks all forms of ... you know.)

    I totally agree with you on this one... One of the best of all time... An absolute classic. When it came out, it was so fresh, so different, and SO fonky.

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    U2 - All That You Can't Leave Behind (I'm pretty much the only person on the planet that loves that album. lol) and Achtung Baby.

    The Cure - Greatest Hits

    Bryan Adams - Reckless (pretty much the soundtrack to my 16th year)

    And last but certainly not least.....

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    Barry Manilow - Ultimate Manilow

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    Wow...lots of great taste on this thread...

    More faves:

    The Fragile - NIN
    Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness - Smashing Pumpkins
    Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
    Layla - Derek & the Dominos
    Red Hot Chili Peppers - By the Way
    Mother Earth - Within Temptation
    The Broadsword and the Beast - Jethro Tull

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    I really like Roy Orbison's live "Black & White Night" album because it features some of his best songs with his amazingly talented friends playing with him (Bruce Spingsteen, J.D. Souther, Elvis Costello, etc.).

    I also enjoy most of the Eagles CDs and Dan Fogelberg's "The Innocent Age."
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