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15 Albums List
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Tool - Aenima
Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral
Autechre - Confield
Dillinger Escape Plan - Calculating Infinity
El P - Fantastic Damage
Meshuggah - Destroy Erase Improve
Venetian Snares - Doll Doll Doll
Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
The Melvins - Houdini
Skinny Puppy - VIVIsect VI
Blind Mellon - Nico
Smashin Pumpkins - Siamese Dream
PJ Harvey - To bring you my love
Sonic Youth - Washing Machine
Dead Kennedys - give me convenience or give me death
Boards of Canada - Music Has the Right To Children
Aphex Twin - Richard D. James Album
The Books - Thought For Food
Kim Hiorthoy - Hei
Opto - 2nd

Stereolab - Emperor Tomato Ketchup
Portishead - Dummy
Daft Punk - Homework
Efdemin - Efdemin
The Sight Below - Glider

V/A - Kompakt Total 7
Vivaldi's 4 Seasons performed by Il Giardino Armonico
Aceyalone - A Book Of Human Language
DoseOne & BoomBip - Circle
Dabrye - One/Three
Luka wrote:
Sublime - sublime

I always forget how huge an influence this band was for me. I grew up in the same area of Long Beach and saw them play Di Piazza or the Lava Lounge many times when I was a kid.
Norman_Phay wrote:
neandrewthal wrote:

Mylene Farmer - Ainsi Soit Je

thumbs up

That's the most recent one (discovery wise) on my list and it's all your fault Dinner at the Y
Microstoria - snd
Mouse On Mars - Autoditacker
Gastr Del Sol - Upgrade and Afterlife
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works II
Brian Eno - Music for Airports
Kraftwerk - Computer World
Alan Braxe - The Upper Cuts
The entire Kompakt Pop Series (M Mayer really should release them all as a compilation with US distribution someday.)
Mr Oizo - Analog Worms Attack
Elliot Smith - Elliott Smith
Tego Calderon - El Abayarde
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Slayer - South of Heaven
Metallica - Kill 'Em All
Kaotic Kemistry - Drum Trip (Dom & Roland remix)

...well, this confirms that I vacillate between extremes.
Aardvarck - Cult Copy
Aphex Twin - Selected Ambient Works volume II
Bob Marley - Catch A Fire
Dopplereffekt - Gesamtkunstwerk
Herbie Hancock - Thrust
I:Cube - Live At The Planetarium
Jimi Tenor - Out Of Nowhere
LFO - Frequencies
Stevie Wonder - Innervisions
Tangerine Dream - Rubycon
The Beatles with Billy Preston - Get Back / Don't Let Me Down
The Other People Place - Lifestyles Of The Laptop Café
Various - Blech II: Blechsdöttir
X-102 - Discovers The Rings Of Saturn
The Pop Group - Y
Iggy And the Stooges - Raw Power
Nurse With Wound - Merzbild Schwet
Throbbing Gristle - The Second Annual Report
Japan - Obscure Alternatives
Clock DVA - Buried Dreams
London Underground - Current Affairs Session
Paradox - The Musician As Outsider
Can - Saw Delight
Grateful Dead - Anthem Of The Sun
Kenny Larkin - Azimuth
Contortions - Buy
Biota - Biota
Keith LeBlanc - Major Malfunction
Rites of Spring - Rites of Spring
Muff Wiggler
1 - Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
2 - Zappa/Mothers - Ahead of their time
4 - AFX - RDJ Album
5 - Husker Du - Candy Apple Grey
6 - Steely Dan - Katy Lied
7 - Siamese Dream
8 - The Wall
10 - Tortoise - Millions Now Living Will Never Die
11 - Wilco - A Ghost Is Born
12 - Miles Davis - Four And More
13 - Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
14 - Weather Report - 8:30
15 - REM - Fables of the Reconstruction
I am not a list type of guy so Pink by Boris x15.
1. genesis-invisible touch
2. depeche mode-violator
3. max tundra-mastered by guy at the exchange
4. steve reich-music for 18 musicians
5. st. vincent-actor
6. basement jaxx-rooty
7. mingus-black saint and the sinner lady
8. byrne/eno-my life in the bush of ghosts
9. caetano veloso-livro
10. debussy-prelude to the afternoon of a faun
11. ravel-jeux d'eau
12. beatles-abbey road
13. ymo-ymo
14. steely dan-gaucho
15. herbie hancock-thrust
TrashWaveform wrote:

1. Boris - Pink
2. Boris - Pink
3. Boris - Pink
4. Boris - Pink
5. Boris - Pink
6. Boris - Pink
7. Boris - Pink
8. Boris - Pink
9. Boris - Pink
10. Boris - Pink
11. Boris - Pink
12. Boris - Pink
13. Boris - Pink
14. Boris - Pink
15. Boris - Pink

I listened once then deleted it (hides) I'll have to try again It's peanut butter jelly time!
Just me
Songs from big pink- The band
Aqua-Edgar Froese
Autobahn- Kraftwerk
Force Mejeure-Tangerine Dream
White Album-The Beatles
Meddle-The Pink Floyd
It's a beautiful day-It's a Beautiful day
III-Led Zepplin
Freakin' at the Freakers Ball-Shel Silverstein
Overnight Sensation-Zappa and the Mothers
Truckstop-Don Sanders
Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends-ELP (live)

That is the 15 that hit me with a brick right now. If I walk into the music room and look at the wall of vinyl, that list will change.
neandrewthal wrote:
I listened once then deleted it (hides) I'll have to try again It's peanut butter jelly time!
This is a harsh album for them. They have a lot of noise albums to the point of ambiance to make your ears bleed. They are just near impossible to find in physical and even digital releases.
oh i totally forgot about siamese dream
Dr. Sketch-n-Etch

I can't pick just one album (yes, I'm that old) from most of the bands I've been into since I was in short pants, so in those cases I'm just going to list the years/albums of particular influence. In no particular order:

Yes -- 1970 (The Yes Album) to 1976 (Going for the One), esp. yessongs
Genesis -- 1970 (Nursery Cryme) to 1976 (Wind and Wuthering), esp. The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway
Steely Dan -- All, esp. Countdown to Ecstasy, Aja
ELP -- Brain Salad Surgery
Allan Holdsworth -- IOU
Chicago -- 1969 (Chicago Transit Authority) to 1974 (Chicago VII)
Olivier Messiaen -- All, esp. Vingt Regards sur L'Enfant Jesus, Des Canyons aux Etoiles, La Transfiguration de notre Seigneur Jesus-Christ
Imogen Heap -- Speak for Yourself
George (Australian band) -- Polyserena
Mahavishnu Orchestra -- Visions of the Emerald Beyond (the last track includes the best use of ring mod I've ever heard)
Oregon -- Out of the Woods
Charles Lloyd -- The Water is Wide/Hyperion with Higgins
Eberhard Weber -- The Colours of Chloe (oh... my... God!)
Pink Floyd -- 1973 (Dark Side of the Moon) to 1979 (The Wall)
The Chemical Brothers -- 1995 (Exit Planet Dust) to 2001 (Come With Us)
Radiohead -- All, esp. OK Computer, Hail to the Thief
Vangelis -- 1972 (Aphrodite's Child: 666, The Apocalypse of John) to 1979 (China), esp. 666, Earth, Heaven and Hell, China
Miles Davis -- Bitches Brew
J.S. Bach -- All, esp. Mass in B minor (to listen) and the WTC (to play, badly)
Bobo Stenson/Anders Jormin/Paul Motian -- Goodbye

I think that's more than 15. Did I mention that I'm a cheater? There's many more, but those are the standouts (today).
Interesting, it appears that I have a little in common with almost all of you but not a lot in common with any of you..

So babaluma says "it's a list of the albums that made a lasting impression on your musical personality." Here it is..

Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
MBV - Loveless
Afghan Whigs - Debonair
Autechre - incunabula
Black Dog - Spanners
The Wedding Present - Seamonsters
Big Black - Atomizer
Aphex Twin - I care because you do
Pixies - Doolittle
Talking Heads - More songs about building and food
Negativland - DisPepsi
OMD - Their first album
Miles Davis - Bitches brew
Philip Glass - Einstein on a beach
Gza - Liquid swords

- Damn, that's a weird looking list
.. I really feel like I just learned a lot about who everyone is behind their avatar Mr. Green
NIN - The Downward Spiral
NIN - The Fragile
David Bowie - Low
The Cure - Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Skinny Puppy - Too Dark Park
Skinny Puppy - Cleanse, Fold, Manipulate
Shpongle - Are You Shpongled?
Led Zeppelin - III
Jimi Hendrix - Band of Gypsy's
Sleep - Dopesmoker
Sleep - Holy Mountain
Kyuss - Welcome To Sky Valley
Earth - Hex, or Printing in the Infernal Method
NIN - Pretty Hate Machine
Nile - In Their Darkened Shrines
Anal Cunt - It Just Gets Worse

(17, for good measure)
Just me
valis wrote:
.. I really feel like I just learned a lot about who everyone is behind their avatar Mr. Green

Except if I redo the list at a different time of day, it will be completely different for me. But I've got 42 years of caring about music and more exposed to it. I've forgotten about Ramsey Lewis, Claudine Longet, Blood Sweat and Tears, Procal Harem, Captain Beefheart, Al Stewart, Genesis, Caterwaul, JoJo Zep and the Falcons, Psycodelic Furs, The Specials, Wet Willie, Dr John and, and, and the list goes on ad infinitum.
I worked in the musicology dept of a large chain determining what got played in which bar or lounge. I listened to everything that came out from many lables for a living. A lot of things that never got any play at the company found their way into my collection. (Nothing like all the free lp's you can carry!)
ok, maybe a few more

Morbid Angel - Covenant
Obituary - Cause Of Death
Explosions In The Sky - The Earth Is Not A Cold Dead Place
Led Zeppelin - Houses Of The Holy
Pink Floyd - Piper At The Gates of Dawn
David Bowie - Heroes
Boris - Akuma No Uta

.. Yeah, I could easily make another list from other people's list. Damn, Fables of the Reconstruction was a tremendous album.. And how could I forget Marvin's What's going on?
boramx wrote:
Silver apples- s/t

How'd I forget this one???!?

Fuk my list,... this record x 15000
Dr. Sketch-n-Etch
Oh man, I totally forgot about Led Zeppelin (I, II, III, IV). Thanks for reminding me.

One album I've been listening to a lot lately which I really dug in my teen years but had more or less forgotten about is Elvin Bishop Live, "Raisin' Hell". I have a whole new appreciation for this sort of southern-fried rhythm and blues after watching Treme.
i was trying to make a similar list earlier this week but here is a less thought out (but very similar) version

Adolescents - Adolescents
Can - Tago Mago
Faust - Faust
The Fauves - Raw Heart Sounds
Minor Threat - Complete Discography
Faith/Void - Split
Rudimentary Peni - Cacophony
Animal Collective - Strawberry Jam
Volapuk - Le Feu Du Tigre
Electric Wizard - Witchcult Today
Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath
Alec K. Redfearn & The Eyesores - The Smother Party
Godspeed You! Black Emperor - Lift Your Skinny Fists Like Antennas to Heaven
Can - Future Days
Jets To Brazil - Orange Rhyming Dictionary
The biggest surprise to me is that all of us are influenced by some sort of rock music. For some reason I thought some of you came out of the womb listening to crazy synthesized music.
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