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What album(s) most remind you of summer?

This is actually a really easy question for me to answer. The first is:



I got this tape sometime in 1994 and it never left my Walkman for that entire summer. With the exception of "Mad Lucas" it was a completely perfect, flawless album. Later that year I got my first CD ever, which was Pod.

The other is:



I got The Power Out sometime in May and listened to it a LOT that summer. The drive to the beach is about two hours and I usually used this CD to kick-start the drive. I didn't want something super high-energy and this was a nice smooth way to relax until we got closer to our destination.

Hot Fuzz is probably a distant third.
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The Beach Boys - Endless Summer.

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More like a long EP than an album, but

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I can't decide between these four...

The Clientele - Suburban Light
Belle & Sebastian - The Boy with the Arab Strap
Blur - Parklife
Pink Floyd - Meddle
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Our Lady Peace- Gravity
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Everytime I see that cover I instantly think of the summer of 83.
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i remember buying the vinyl of this in the summer of 84 - wow


i lost somehting very important in the summer of 85 while this was playing on cassette

listened to a mixtape of stuff from this while driving across canada in the summer of 91, and that's a whole other story.

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saw Dodgy at Reading 98 in August

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Originally Posted by Giles
saw Dodgy at Reading 98 in August

Dodgy are reforming!
http://www.nme.com/news/dodgy/28898
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Originally Posted by BadlyDrawnBoy
yeah I saw that! might try and get my act together and see them 'live' in December.
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Everytime I see that cover I instantly think of the summer of 83.
Yep me too. That album and the Flashdance soundtrack were playing constantly on a student bus tour I took of Europe. Hard to believe that's almost a quarter century ago.
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DIGITAL UNDERGROUND - SEX PACKETS: Summer of 1990 I believe, we listened to that nonstop. Humpty Dance was everywhere.
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Foo Fighters - The Colour and the Shape

Pretty much my soundtrack for the summer of 1997.
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Originally Posted by Dubya


Everytime I see that cover I instantly think of the summer of 83.
Yeah, me too. That album was huge that year. I specifically remember hearing that album blasting out of the station speakers of the big roller coaster at my local amusement park in 83. I was 10, Return of the Jedi had just come out and I was riding the Cyclone with "Synchronicity 1" as a soundtrack. Good times...
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