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25 ALBUMS THING

Yes, Jfro fell for one of those virtual chain letters we call memes again. This list is weighted heavily to older albums, as it is hard to tell if a recent album will be a long-term relationship or just a temporary crush.

Think of 15 albums (then add 10 because you can't just stop at 15) that had such a profound effect on you they changed your life or the way you looked at it. They sucked you in and took you over for days, weeks, months, years. These are the albums that you can use to identify time, places, people, emotions. These are the albums that no matter what they were thought of musically shaped your world. When you finish, tag 15 others, including me. Make sure you copy and paste this part so they know the drill. Get the idea now? Good. Tag, you're it!

Beat Happening You Turn Me On
Big Star Radio City
Roxy Music, Siren
The Buzzcocks, Singles Going Steady
The Wedding Present, Seamonsters
Elvis Costello, Trust
Fugazi, Repeater
Guided by Voices, Alien Lanes
The Jesus Lizard, Goat
Matthew Sweet, %100 Fun
The Melvins, Bullhead
The Misfits, Walk Among Us
Mission of Burma, Vs.
The Modern Lovers, The Modern Lovers
Pavement, Slanted & Enchanted
Smoking Popes, Destination Failure
Kyuss, Sky Valley
Squeeze, Singles 45's & Under
Stereolab, Mars Audiac Quartet
Stiff Little Fingers, Inflammable Material
The Stooges, Funhouse
Tricky, Maxinquaye
Walt MInk, Miss Happiness
Weezer, Pinkerton
Wire, Pink Flag



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Anonymous said…
We have some definite crossover. Here's mine.

AC/DC, Back in Black
Accept, Balls to the Wall
Big Star Radio City
Cocteau Twins, The Pink Opaque
Clancy Brothers, Come Fill your Glass w Us
The Cure, Head on the Door
Elvis Costello, Armed Forces
Funkadelic, Maggot Brain
The Jam, Snap!
The Kinks, Village Green Pres Society
The Jesus Lizard, Goat
Mastodon, Leviathan
The Melvins, Bullhead
Metallica, Master of Puppets
New Order, Substance
Prince, Purple Rain
The Shins, Chutes Too Narrow
Slint, Spiderland
The Smiths, The Queen is Dead
Squeeze, Singles 45's & Under
Stevie Wonder, Talking Book
The Sweet, Desolation Boulevard
Walt MInk, Demo
Ween, The Mollusk
Weezer, Pinkerton

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