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All the Chems chat has pushed me to go and listen to No Geography again. It was up there in my estimations anyway when it came out so this is more of a reminder than a change of heart, but bloody hell it's great.

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that was a trick I concocted to out the real Nickelback fans of the forum.

Real real ones know that they were never that good to begin with.

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dunno if its a controversial music opinion, it seems to be absolute 101 to me, but considering the last page or two:

 

Pink Floyd are irredeemably w*nky student cod-psych drug nonsense. 

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I'm (slowly) working my way through Rolling Stone's Top 100 albums (prior to last year's update) and I've just listened to the final Led Zeppelin album on the list (4 in total)...

Thank God for that, they are terrible. I hadn't really listened to them before, but they are awful.

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7 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

But so is Rolling Stone? And their Top 100 Albums List was likely compiled by American men in their seventies with double denim and mullets.

Never read it, just wanted a decent list of 'classic' albums to work my way through and it has been pretty good on the whole.

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13 minutes ago, northernringo said:

I'm (slowly) working my way through Rolling Stone's Top 100 albums (prior to last year's update) and I've just listened to the final Led Zeppelin album on the list (4 in total)...

Thank God for that, they are terrible. I hadn't really listened to them before, but they are awful.

And we were getting on so well until now...

Aer they really leaving you cold?  I know the albums can be a bit much and not everyone's cup of darjeeling, but when they're good.....oh my

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12 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

But so is Rolling Stone? And their Top 100 Albums List was likely compiled by American men in their seventies with double denim and mullets.

They redid it recently. Drake is in it now.

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22 minutes ago, balti-pie said:

dunno if its a controversial music opinion, it seems to be absolute 101 to me, but considering the last page or two:

 

Pink Floyd are irredeemably w*nky student cod-psych drug nonsense. 

Roger Waters Pink Floyd are great, after him is a bit bland, original Pink Floyd fits your description. Was never into Sid Barret era Floyd and I'm sure it gets treated more reverentially than it would otherwise due to the mystery around his later years

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1 minute ago, Quark said:

And we were getting on so well until now...

Aer they really leaving you cold?  I know the albums can be a bit much and not everyone's cup of darjeeling, but when they're good.....oh my

Yeah, just find myself looking forward to each album finishing!

In fairness, I think I've listened to the 4 albums when I've been working so maybe I need to revisit them again sometime and give them more of my focus.

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5 minutes ago, northernringo said:

Yeah, just find myself looking forward to each album finishing!

In fairness, I think I've listened to the 4 albums when I've been working so maybe I need to revisit them again sometime and give them more of my focus.

If you're finding the albums a slog, don't bother putting yourself through them again!

Personally I'd suggest the Mothership compilation album from 2007.  Disc 1 and the first half of Disc 2. Trims out a lot of the self indulgence and gets to the good shit.

You may still think it's dog shit of course 😄

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7 minutes ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

You love to see DJ Khaled and Post Malone now ranked equally with Bob Seger's Silver Bullet Band.

Take the piss all you want but The Bob never had the balls to put J Balvin, Lil Baby AND Meek Mill on the same track.

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1 hour ago, CaledonianGonzo said:

But so is Rolling Stone? And their Top 100 Albums List was likely compiled by American men in their seventies with double denim and mullets.

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"Styx was *the* great adult rock band of the Nixon era, bring a mellow heartlands swagger to an era when effeminate europap otherwise dominated the Billboard Hot 100.  Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars."

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1 hour ago, northernringo said:

Never read it, just wanted a decent list of 'classic' albums to work my way through and it has been pretty good on the whole.

Give this a go next if you’re short of material 

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48 minutes ago, Hugh Jass said:

This has given me an idea for a new project for later in the year - eFests favourite ever album.

I often wonder who the eFests most popular artist is. 

Thought it might be Blur but then your recent thread tanked that idea!

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