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Old 11-27-07, 04:01 AM
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One Album you think EVERYONE should own

I think everyone should own a copy of "Collaborations" by Sinead O'Connor. Not a bad track in sight.

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Old 11-27-07, 08:36 AM
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Allow me to save this thread after that one with Radiohead's OK Computer.
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Old 11-27-07, 08:45 AM
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Since Josh beat me to it, I'll have to come up with another one...

Moondance by Van Morrison is the closest I can come up with after OK Computer.
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hmmm...since ok Computer has already been listed my pick would be....
Lost in Space: Special Edition by Aimee Mann
(or the extended edition of Little Earthquakes by Tori Amos)
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Originally Posted by Toad
Moondance by Van Morrison is the closest I can come up with after OK Computer.
See, I was thinking maybe Astral Weeks, but perhaps that's just because I read Lester Bangs' great review of it last night.
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Haven't you heard? They're pretentious and they suck.
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Wow...Basehead. I thought I was the only one that likes (and remembers) them/him. I'm curious about the last two albums he put out, but I didn't really care too much for Faith.

I was going to post some obvious choices (London Calling, Revolver, Pet Sounds, even The Stone Roses), but since there hasn't been any hip-hop listed, Rodney Dangerfield aside:



(It was a toss up between this and Midnight Marauders)
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