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Albums you would take to your grave

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Back in Black- AC/DC

Electric Ladyland- Jimi Hendrix

Superunknown- Soundgarden

Among the Living-Anthrax

In Rock- Deep Purple

 

 

Limited to it being one band per album otherwise Highway to Hell would have got a nod..... as stated by other posters, this list could change hourly... :P

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1 photo & 4 stamp ones.

Thank you

Grimbo

Eta the photo one must be of my own pictorial memories, not ersed who's stamp albums they are, I just want to destroy someone's daft collection.

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QQ: will there be a record player/cassette player/MP3 player in the coffin?

I'd want a torch or a box of matches for mine.

Grimbo

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I always assumed you would be getting cremated anyway Grimbo.

Not through choice, however.

For the purpose of this thread study, cremation would serve no purpose. Now look what you've gone & made me do I've used the word purpose twice (3 times counting this one). You probably did that on purpose (4).

Grimbo

Eta how many humps does a camel have, depends if it's his lucky night?

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Elvis Costello - This Year's Model

The Associates - Fourth Drawer Down

Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks

Mott the Hoople - Mott

9 Lazy 9 - Paradise Blown

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Wheels of Fire - Cream

Wee Tam and the Big Huge - Incredible String Band

Liege & Lief - Fairport Convention

Caledonias Hardy Sons - Silly Wizard

Live A L'Olympia - Alan Stivell

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Radiohead - The Bends

Bob Dylan - Blood on The Tracks

Otis Redding - Otis Blue

Johnny Cash - American Recordings I

Beck - Sea Change

 

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Snoop Dogg - Doggystyle

Lou Reed - Transformer

The Beatles - Rubber Soul

Bat For Lashes - Two Suns

Led Zep - Led Zep IV

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All Mod Cons-The Jam

Fishermans Blues-Waterboys

Too far to care-Old 97s

Heart of the Congos-Congos

Psychocandy-JAMC

 

 

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The Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust

Transformer

Next

Never Mind The Bollocks

Marquee Moon

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Bookends - Simon and Garfunkel

Space Oddity - David Bowie

Year of the Cat - All Stewart

Gaucho - Steely Dan

Blueprint - Rory Gallagher

 

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Who's Next - The Who

Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars - David Bowie

Live Rust - Neil Young

The Book of Invasions - Horslips

Thanksgiving 2011 - The Rainmakers.

The NY and Rainmakers are cheating a bit, being live albums, but I don't care - I'll be deid anyway.

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Dory Previn  -   Mythical Kings And Iguanas

Leonard Cohen  -  Best Of (1974 edition)

Paul Simon  -   Graceland

Big Country  -  The Crossing

Queen  -  Queen (1st Album)

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James Taylor . . sweet baby James

John martyn .solid air

Richard Thompson..henry the human fly

Van Morrison...astral weeks

Tom waits...the asylum years

Edited by blackislekillie

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Dexys Midnight Runners  ~  Searching For The Young Soul Rebels

The Who  ~ Quadrophenia

Runrig  ~  50 Great Songs

Vinnie Paz  ~ God of the Serengeti

Tupac Shakur  ~ All Eyez On Me

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Manic Street Preachers - The Holy Bible

Hothouse Flowers - Home

Talking Heads - Little Creatures

The Blue Nile - Tinseltown in the Rain

The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds

 

I have a moveable top 12 to 15 albums and this is current top 5, if asked tomorrow The Blue Nile might have slipped out to be replaced by Housemartins - London 0 Hul 4, or something else.

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Kilimanjaro - The Teardrop Explodes

James Brown - Live at the Apollo

Stop Making Sense - Talking Heads

Cammell Laird Social Club - Half Man Half Biscuit

Veedon Fleece - Van Morrison

 

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Big Country - The Crossing

Blue Nile - Hats

Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run

Admiral Fallow - Boots Met My Face

Danny Wilson - Meet

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Bruce Springsteen - Born To Run

Four absolute standout tracks from The Boss's career. 

Cypress Hill - Black Sunday

Cock The Hammer is still my favourite hip hop track. Dark and threatening from the intro. 

The Pogues - If I Should Fall From Grace With God. 

The title track , Thousands Are Sailing and The Broad Majestic Shannon are the three best tracks for me. 

Bob Marley - Legend.

Think just about everyone has this album or so it seemed anytime from its release. The non-Pink Floyd-liking hash smokers album of choice and house party staple. 

Nearly every track a classic , Stir It Up and Could You Be Loved best for me. 

Dropkick Murphys - Signed And Sealed In Blood. 

The Boys Are Back , Out On The Town , Out Of Our Heads and the amazing Rose Tattoo are the standout tracks , they even manage a funny Xmas song. 

 

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