Third_Uncle_Eno: List FAILS withoutGenesis - "From Genesis to Revelation" (1969)
Kazaa: Also:ministry's first album.jpg
iutodd32: I'm surprised Pablo Honey isn't on there. Considering what Radiohead became it is an extremely questionable.
Third_Uncle_Eno: but i actually like "Trespass" better than "Nursery Cryme" sometimes
Marisyana: Kazaa: Also:[upload.wikimedia.org image 220x219][upload.wikimedia.org image 220x220]I was hoping to hell someone would mention Pantera. Good ol' eyeliner-wearing Diamond Darrell Abbott.
Third_Uncle_Eno: svaj Quote 2011-08-30 09:57:27 PMThird_Uncle_Eno: List FAILS withoutGenesis - "From Genesis to Revelation" (1969)Good call, they didn't really get going until Nursery Crime, IMHOI agree,but i actually like "Trespass" better than "Nursery Cryme" sometimes/ducks tomatoes being thrown
Alphax: Mostly bands I don't listen to anyway.Beastie Boys - License to Ill? I thought that was their good one, though I'm far from an expert on them. My little brother had that album, though he must have been about 7 when it came out.
DenisBergkamp: bungle_jr: iutodd32: I'm surprised Pablo Honey isn't on there. Considering what Radiohead became it is an extremely questionable.until about 15 minutes ago the only song i'd heard from PABLO HONEY was "creep"now i've listened to 4 other songs, and i gotta say i like it! but i'm not the biggest RADIOHEAD fanthe bends and ok computer are incredible albums...other than that, mehI was always told to stay away from it when I initially got into Radiohead. I really don't mind it as an album though it doesn't exactly hit home like some of their others. The only real hint to what they're going on to is the final track "Blow Out" and the distinct sound it carries compared to the rest.
Third_Uncle_Eno: Genesis - "From Genesis to Revelation" (1969)
RivenSilver: Blind Guardian.
Adebisi: [www.metalmusicarchives.com image 350x350]
skylabdown: The Afghan Whigs. - Up In It.
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