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PostPosted: Tue Sep 25, 2012 3:49 pm 
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The Elbow is Taboo by Renaldo and the Loaf

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All the greatest hits, PLUS a remix of Crazy Horses!

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Extreme gets funky again. Nuno shreds.

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Faith No More - King For a Day, Fool For a Lifetime


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 10:06 am 
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The Elbow is Taboo by Renaldo and the Loaf


ABSOLUTELY!

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NEVER!

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 26, 2012 1:50 pm 
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I have to admit I liked crazy horses when I first saw it played on television. They had stage smoke and guitars and.....I was about eleven I think. Now it's real funny to look back at their attempt at heavy rock.

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The Tubes (1975)

The Tubes - Young and Rich (1976)


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 29, 2012 6:56 pm 
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Caputh wrote:
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All the greatest hits, PLUS a remix of Crazy Horses!


NEVER!


Well, maybe it doesn't fit into your taste in music. You're WRONG! THE WHOLE WORLD IS WRONG!

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It's all psychological. The first kiss I ever got from somebody other than an immediate member of my family was at the age of 7 from a very forward girl. It was in her bedroom and, unfortunately, she was an Osmonds fan. I can remember the disappointment at bashing teeth with this girl as Donny's gleaming gnashers loomed down from every single angle in the room. Ever since then I have associated anticlimatic romance with the Osmonds.

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Caputh wrote:
It's all psychological. The first kiss I ever got from somebody other than an immediate member of my family was at the age of 7 from a very forward girl. It was in her bedroom and, unfortunately, she was an Osmonds fan. I can remember the disappointment at bashing teeth with this girl as Donny's gleaming gnashers loomed down from every single angle in the room. Ever since then I have associated anticlimatic romance with the Osmonds.

I'm afraid to ask what poster you were looking at when you had your first climatic romantic experience.


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coevad wrote:
I have to admit I liked crazy horses when I first saw it played on television. They had stage smoke and guitars and.....I was about eleven I think. Now it's real funny to look back at their attempt at heavy rock.

anyhow...


The Tubes (1975)

The Tubes - Young and Rich (1976)

I'm a big Tubes fan. I think they were very underrated overall. Add to the list:

Now - Probably their quirkiest record. Includes a great version of Captain Beefheart's "My Head Is My Only House Unless It Rains" and the album also features CB making rare appearances as a studio musician on harmonica and saxophone on a couple other songs.

What Do You Want From Live - A GREAT live album. One of my favorite "double live" albums of all-time.

Remote Control - Produced by Todd Rundgren. A great concept album about television.

The Completion Backwards Principle and Outside/Inside - Their two most commercial albums were produced by David Foster and they both are really good.

Love Bomb - Todd Rundgren is back much to Fee Waybill's chagrin. Fee wanted Foster back but the rest of the band didn't because of his controlling ways and the fact that he had no qualms using studio musicians in place of the regular guys. Result - a commercial bomb but a very good record. Side two is a very interesting and listenable experiment.


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What Do You Want From Live - A GREAT live album. One of my favorite "double live" albums of all-time.



Better than any of their studio albums - not a bad track on it IMO...

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This is a really great rowdy hard rock/punk record. Great riffs, great melodies and great energy. It was my favorite record of 2005.

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This one is really obscure

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Best fuckin' album in ages!!

JOHN ZORN -- Satyr's Play / Cerberus


I haven't heard that one. But every Zorn record I've heard yet was great.
I was quite impressed by this one:

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massacre - killing time.

from wikipedia:

Massacre was originally founded in 1980 in New York City by guitarist Fred Frith, bassist Bill Laswell and drummer Fred Maher as an improvising and experimental rock band. They performed live for just over a year and recorded a studio album, Killing Time (1981). Frith and Laswell reformed Massacre in 1998 with drummer Charles Hayward, and released three more albums, Funny Valentine (1998), Meltdown (2001) and Lonely Heart (2007). The last album was recorded live at two European festivals in 2003.

i own all 4 of these albums and they are all excellent. meltdown is also a live album.

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