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We carried out a top 30's album list at work over the past few months

results were in reverse order

30 bob dylan desire

29 the beatles let it be

28 red hot chili peppers blood sugar sex magik

27 neil young harvest

26 david bowie the rise and fall of ziggy stardust and the spiders from mars

25 the stone roses the stone roses

24 u2 the joshua tree

23 metallica master of puppets

=22 metallica metallica

=22 the jimi hendrix experience electric ladyland

20 pearl jam ten

19 the rolling stones beggar's banquet

=18 johnny cash american iV: the man comes around

=18 the beatles sgt. pepper's lonely hearts club band

16 faith no more angeldust

15 jeff buckley grace

14 bob dylan blood on the tracks

13 the rolling stones exile on main street

12 soundgarden superunknown

11 the beach boys pet sounds

10 the beatles the beatles

9 guns n' roses appetite for destruction

8 bob dylan blonde on blonde

7 bob dylan highway 61 revisited

6 david bowie hunky dory

5 radiohead ok computer

4 nirvana nevermind

3 the beatles - revolver

2 radiohead - the bends - IM NOT THE ONLY ONE - THE BENDS RULES

1 the beatles - abbey road

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For those youngsters out there - Possibly the best intro to a song ever

Clicky

When sticking three songs together in one single was almost compulsory - Turn the sound right up (just dont ask about the video - bloody students)

Behind

, right? ;)

Again, ignore the video. :huh:

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Anybody elese got Razorlights new album?

There's a few quality tracks on there.... (Amercia, In The Morning, Fall to pieces, Los Angeles waltz)

Quite looking forward to Kasabian's new album in September.

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After seeing Jack White's new band the Raconteurs in Denmark recently, I've downloaded their album, and I must say I am impressed. The White Stripes is a fascinating band in many ways, but I've grown tired of them (plus their last cd.. sorry!) and this is a nice way to enjoy the genius White without having to listen to that minimalistic White Stripes sound everytime.

By the way, Raconteurs did a fantastic Bowie cover at the Roskilde festival, but now I can't remember what song. Argggh!

Oh, and I agree with most of the albums mentioned above. Can't go wrong with 'Ten', 'OK Computer', 'The Bends' and the Beatles really.

"What came first, the music or the misery? People worry about kids playing with guns, or watching violent videos, that some sort of culture of violence will take them over. Nobody worries about kids listening to thousands, literally thousands of songs about heartbreak, rejection, pain, misery and loss. Did I listen to pop music because I was miserable? Or was I miserable because I listened to pop music?"

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For those youngsters out there - Possibly the best intro to a song ever

Clicky

When sticking three songs together in one single was almost compulsory - Turn the sound right up (just dont ask about the video - bloody students)

That song always makes me think that the Who were big baywatch fans.

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I read this article on Sunday in the Observer and understood it to be a list of the 50 albums that most changed music, rather than the best 50 albums. I spend much of Sunday muttering about how cross I was that the Kinks weren’t in the list. I think they have had loads of influence on modern English pop music and you can trace their influence through the Jam, the Smiths, Billy Bragg, Pulp, Blur, Oasis and the Arctic Monkeys.

I’ve got 16 of the 50.

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Your the one who needs to get over Roses pal, they're bloody old news!!

I'm well over them matey, I haven't even listed to the CD for months... your gonna turn into a musehroom one of these days.

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You cant beat a bit of Hammond Organ playing at the start of a song

You bloody heathen!

A Hammond is the greatest.

Jimmy Smith, legend. Some of the greatest Jazz is played on the Hammond.

selective edit there flops.

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Not a clue what that is, ill youtube it now

oops caps in the wrong place (ive edited the post)

they use an electric organ for the start is the bit at the start

I hate to think what you get if your You tube "Organ" :)

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