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    Duncan Sheik - Duncan Sheik (I hate when they don't title Albums)
    Bacon Brothers - Forosoco
    Train - My Private Nation
    Creed - Human Clay
    John Mayer - Room for Squares
    Billy Joel - every damn one of them (well, except those that include such horrible songs as Uptown Girl and Tell Her About It)
    Martina McBride - Emotion

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    Originally posted by SnowflakeGirl
    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.
    snowy, We have got to party together, I want to get funked up! and get out of the "zone of zero funkativity"

    I have like Parliment since 75.

    My favorites

    Frank Zappa--Apostrophe
    Pink Floyd-- the Wall, Dark side of the moon, animals, wish you were here
    Alan Parson--Tales of mystery and imaginatio, Edgar Allen Poe
    Nillson-- son of schillson
    revolting cocks--Barn yard animals
    Steely Dan---Decade of steely dan


    just off the top of my head

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    LED ZEPPELIN II
    Madman Across The Water - Elton John
    Power To The People - Chi-Lites
    Yes, I'm stuck in a time warp!
    Today it is mostly country -Dixie Chicks, Kenny Chesney, Faith & Tim
    A Child's Garden of Grass - This is hippie comedy at it's best. In my long ago hippie daze (30 years ago) this was a very funny piece of work.
    http://www.theradiotrip.com/features...mainbody.shtml

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    almost forgot


    Queensryke--Empire
    (that album rocks)

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    Originally posted by Unklescott


    Yes, I'm stuck in a time warp!
    Thanks, now I got that song by gallehger stuck in my mind "I'm still stuck in the 60s" from his comedy video tape of the same name....

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    I like all of these Pink Floyd albums also:
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    Van Halen, not Van Hagar all of the early stuff

    just about forgot these too

    The Sensational Alex Harvey Band--Next, Impossible Dream, Tomorrow Belongs to me

    Big Audio Dynamite-- the Globe
    Last edited by joeguy; 06-30-2003 at 07:51 PM.

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    I've been thinking about this one for a while trying to narrow it down to my essentials, these are from my must have's when I travel. Note there is a major time warp back to the 80's here!!

    Duran Duran...Greatest
    Yaz...Upstairs at Eric's
    Taylor Dayne...Can't Fight Fate
    Erasure...Wild
    Camoflauge...Voices and Images
    Matchbox20...Yourself or Someone Like You
    Chicago...Greatest Hits
    10000 Maniacs...Unplugged
    Adam Ant...Wonderful
    New Order...Substance

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    More great taste on this thread!

    Pink Floyd's albums were all waaaaaay before their time. Great stuff.

    Led Zeppelin, of course, are legendary.

    Joeguy, I love "Apostrophe!" It gets me

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    My favorite albums are:
    Rolling Stones
    Beggars Banquet, Exile on Main Street, Sticky Fingers, Let it Bleed

    The Beatles
    Abbey Road, Revolver, Rubber Soul, The White Album, some aerican compilations like Yesterday and Today, Hey Jude, 1962-66, 1967-1970

    Cream
    Disraili Gears, Wheels of Fire, Fresh Cream

    Jimi Hendrix
    Are You Experienced, Electric Ladyland, Blues, Woodstock

    Led Zeppelin
    LZ1,2,3,4, Houses of the Holy, Physical Graffiti

    Paul mcCartney
    Band on the Run

    George Harrison
    All Things must Pass, Cloud 9

    Iron Maiden
    IM, Killers, The Number of the Beast, Piece of Mind

    Def Leppard
    On through the Night, Hysteria

    Police
    Synchronicity

    Nirvana
    Nevermind, In utero

    Deep Purple
    In Rock, Machine Head, Made in Japan

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