AMCH's best albums?
flaffles at unc.edu
Fri Feb 11 19:18:12 EST 2005
not to step on toes, but isn't it a LITTLE presumptuous to list the entire
beatles catalogue? i mean... can you honestly sit there and say that you
listen to 'beatles for sale' or 'please please me' and never skip a song. the
guys were masterful, but they by no means batted 1.000.
would it be trite of me to list weezer's blue album and nmh - in the aeroplane
over the sea? cos i could listen to those endlessly. and mogwai's happy songs
for happy people.
Quoting Matt Fisher <mattf at sugarhillrecords.com>:
> I think this little list would keep me going for a while...
> Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
> Spoon - Kill the Moonlight
> Comas - Conductor (so far, sooo good)
> Ween - 12 Golden Country Greats
> Bob Dylan - Blonde on Blonde
> The Beatles' entire catalog
> Sad song?: "When the Roses Bloom Again" (I first heard Sally Timms' version,
> and it tore me up)
> "grady" wrote in message >
>> Yo La Tengo - Painful
>> Cat Power - Moon Pix
>> Prince - Sign O the Times (yes, both discs)
>> Superchunk - No Pocky, Foolish, On the Mouth
>> Apparently Prince was secretly meant to be on Matador . . .
>> Christiane Voisin wrote:
>> > some at the top of my list are
>> > Breeders/ Last Splash
>> > Shark Quest/ Gods and Devils
>> > Versus/ The Stars are Insane
>> > Michael Holland/ Bootlegger's Dreams
>> > Th Faith Healers/ Lido
>> > i adore Arcade Fire's Funeral, but i skip over track #2.
>> > christiane
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