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Doors

 

The Soft Parade - Soft Parade

Strange Days - Strange Days

LA Woman - Riders on the Storm

Waiting for the Sun - Unknown Soldier

Doors - Break on Through

Morrison Hotel - Waiting for the Sun

American Prayer - The Poet's Dreams

Other Voices

Full Circle

 

I never knew The Doors are your favorite band.

 

It doesnt have to necessarily be your favorite band, I guess that title is sorta misleading

Bands' vs. Band's

 

Your title is right on the money! :)

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience

 

Are You Experienced? - Hey Joe

 

Electric Ladyland - Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

 

Axis: Bold as Love - Little Wing

Jimi!

 

Electric Ladyland - House Burning Down

Axis - If 6 was 9

Debut - Fire

 

Are You Experienced? - "The Wind Cries Mary"

Axis: Bold As Love - "Little Wing"

Electric Ladyland - "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)"

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience

 

Are You Experienced? - Hey Joe

 

Electric Ladyland - Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

 

Axis: Bold as Love - Little Wing

Jimi!

 

Electric Ladyland - House Burning Down

Axis - If 6 was 9

Debut - Fire

 

Are You Experienced? - "The Wind Cries Mary"

Axis: Bold As Love - "Little Wing"

Electric Ladyland - "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)"

 

I guess we'll never know which one was right.

 

Jimi Hendrix occasionally used different names and spellings for some of his songs. In his handwritten lyrics, he used "Voodoo Chile" for the longer song, while he used both "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)" and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" for the following one recorded with the Experience.[20] In his handwritten album notes for Electric Ladyland sent to his record company, he listed the songs as "Voodoo Chile" and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)";[21] when the album was released in the US by Reprise Records on October 16, 1968,[22] these spellings for the two songs were used.[23] When the album was subsequently released by Track Records in the UK, the songs were listed as "Voodoo Chile" and "Voodoo Chile (Slight Return)".[24] In 1970, the "(Slight Return)" song was released as a single in the UK and it was simply titled "Voodoo Chile", without the further designation.[25] Later album reissues usually follow the Reprise or Track album spellings, depending on the country of origin.[26]

 

https://en.wikipedia...ki/Voodoo_Chile

 

https://en.wikipedia..._(Slight_Return)

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Kate Bush

 

1. The Kick Inside ( The Kick Inside )

2. Ariel ( Nocturn )

3. Hounds Of Love ( The Ninth Wave ) .I can`t split the masterpiece up !

4. Lionheart ( Oh England , My Lionheart )

5. Never For Ever ( Breathing )

6. The Dreaming ( Get Out Of My House )

7. Sensual World ( This Woman`s Work )

8. Red Shoes ( Moments Of Pleasure )

9. 50 Words For Snow ( Lake Tahoe )

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The Jimi Hendrix Experience

 

Are You Experienced? - Hey Joe

 

Electric Ladyland - Voodoo Child (Slight Return)

 

Axis: Bold as Love - Little Wing

Jimi!

 

Electric Ladyland - House Burning Down

Axis - If 6 was 9

Debut - Fire

 

You put Axis ahead of the debut?

I have always enjoyed the spacey and "weird" vibe that runs through the album.
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One of my favorite metal bands, just the ones I know:

 

Megadeth!

 

Rust In Peace - Holy Wars... The Punishment Due

Countdown To Extinction - Ashes In Your Mouth

Peace Sells... But Who's Buying - Good Mourning / Black Friday

So Far, So Good... So What? - probably Hook In Mouth

Youthanasia - Train Of Consequences

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weird for me to do Yes before Genesis, but it's hard to decide with Genesis these days (I love every record for different reasons), so I'll do Yes first:

 

Close To The Edge - Close To The Edge

The Yes Album - Yours Is No Disgrace

90125 - Hold On

Tales From Topographic Oceans - The Revealing Science Of God

 

Fragile - South Side Of The Sky

Relayer -it all kind of bleeds together right now, it's all great though

Going For The One - Awaken

Tormato - only heard it about once, but I loved the opener

 

 

Drama - Machine Messiah is heavy as heck

 

 

Big Generator - heard bits and pieces... I'll say Rhythm Of Love

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weird for me to do Yes before Genesis, but it's hard to decide with Genesis these days (I love every record for different reasons), so I'll do Yes first:

 

Close To The Edge - Close To The Edge

The Yes Album - Yours Is No Disgrace

90125 - Hold On

Tales From Topographic Oceans - The Revealing Science Of God

 

Fragile - South Side Of The Sky

Relayer -it all kind of bleeds together right now, it's all great though

Going For The One - Awaken

Tormato - only heard it about once, but I loved the opener

 

 

Drama - Machine Messiah is heavy as heck

 

 

Big Generator - heard bits and pieces... I'll say Rhythm Of Love

 

Do yourself a favor......while I realize Big Generator is not looked upon fondly.....listen to these two tunes from it:

 

Final Eyes

Aim High Shoot Low

 

Excellent songs.

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Yes (through Big Generator as I lost interest after that)

 

1. Yes album - Yours is no disgrace

2. Fragile - South side

3. CTTE - Siberian Khatru

4. Going for the One - Parallels

5. Relayer - Gates of Delirium

6. Drama - Tempus Fugit

7. 90125- Changes

8. Tales - Ritual

9. Tormato- Release release

10. Time and a word- Time and a word

11. Big Generator - Love will find a way

12. Yes - Survival

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In not any particular order, here is Scorpions.

 

Savage Amusement (1988) - Believe In Love

Love At First Sting (1984) - Still Loving You

Blackout (1982) - China White, and When the Smoke Is Going Down

Animal Magnetism (1980) - Lady Starlight

Lovedrive (1979) - Holiday

Taken By Force (1977) - Born to Touch Your Feelings

Virgin Killer (1976) - Yellow Raven

In Trance (1975) - Evening Wind

Fly to the Rainbow (1974) - Far Away

Lonesome Crow (1972) - Leave Me

Rock Believer (2022) - Seventh Sun

Return to Forever (2015) - House of Cards

Sting In the Tail (2010) - the Best Is Yet to Come

Humanity: Hour I (2007) - the Cross

Unbreakable (2004) - Through My Eyes

Eye II Eye (1999) - Yellow Butterfly

Pure Instinct (1996) - Does Anyone Know?, and You and I

Face the Heat (1993) - Under the Same Sun, and Woman

Crazy World (1990) - Wind of Change, and Send Me An Angel

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Here is how I would do Van Halen, but not in any particular order, and with David Lee Roth, as the lead singer, not their A Different Kind of Truth c.d., and album, and Gary Cherone, as the lead singer, not their Van Halen III c.d., and album. With the six c.ds, and albums as David Lee Roth, the lead singer, and the four c.ds, and albums as Sammy Hagar, the lead singer, I like the ten of them equally.

 

1984 (1984) - House of Pain, and I'll Wait

Diver Down (1982) - Hang 'Em High

Fair Warning (1981) - Hear About It Later

Women and Children First (1980) - Everybody Wants Some!!

Van Halen II (1979) - Outta Love Again

Van Halen (1978) - Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love

Balance (1995) - Feelin', and Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge (1991) - Pleasure Dome, and the Dream Is Over

OU812 (1988) - Cabo Wabo, and When It's Love

5150 (1986) - Love Walks In

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Steely Dan

 

1. Royal Scam

2. Katy Lied

3. Countdown to Ecstacy

4. Pretzel Logic

5. Aja

6. Gaucho

7. Can't Buy a Thrill

8. Everything Must Go

9. Two Against Nature

 

i'll be doing more.....i liked this

 

Mick

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Here is how I would do Van Halen, but not in any particular order, and with David Lee Roth, as the lead singer, not their A Different Kind of Truth c.d., and album, and Gary Cherone, as the lead singer, not their Van Halen III c.d., and album.

 

1984 (1984) - House of Pain, and I'll Wait

Diver Down (1982) - Hang 'Em High

Fair Warning (1981) - Hear About It Later

Women and Children First (1980) - Everybody Wants Some!!

Van Halen II (1979) - Outta Love Again

Van Halen (1978) - Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love

Balance (1995) - Feelin', and Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge (1991) - Pleasure Dome, and the Dream Is Over

OU812 (1988) - Cabo Wabo, and When It's Love

5150 (1986) - Love Walks In

 

Not in any particular order? Isn’t the point of the thread to rank them in your order of preference?

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I'm gonna try Genesis now. I tried them earlier but I couldn't make up my mind:

 

Foxtrot - Supper's Ready

The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway - Anyway (perhaps)

A Trick Of The Tail - Ripples

Genesis - Mama

Selling England By The Pound - Dancing With The Moonlit Knight

Nursery Cryme - The Musical Box

Abacab - No Reply At All

Duke - Behind The Lines

Wind And Wuthering - One For The Vine

Invisible Touch - Land Of Confusion

Trespass - The Knife

We Can't Dance - Driving The Last Spike

From Genesis To Revelation - erm...The Serpent?

 

don't remember enough about And Then There Were Three to rank it, certainly don't remember loving it, haven't ever heard the very last one

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Gonna try Iron Maiden:

 

My Absolute Favourites:

 

1. Somewhere In Time

2. Powerslave

3. Seventh Son Of The Seventh Son

4. Number Of The Beast

5. Piece Of Mind

6. No Prayer For The Dying

 

Really, really great:

 

7. Iron Maiden

8. A Matter Of Life And Death

9. Killers

10. The Final Frontier

11. Dance Of Death

12. The Book Of Souls

14. Brave New World

 

Not great, some decent stuff that translates better live:

 

15. X Factor

16. Fear Of The Dark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shit:

 

17. Virtual XI

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AC/DC

 

Highway to Hell - Love Hungry Man

Back in Black - Shoot to Thrill

Powerage - What's Next to the Moon

For Those About to Rock - Inject the Venom

High Voltage (Aussie original with totally different tracks) - Soul Stripper

Let There Be Rock - Overdose

Flick of the Switch - Flick of the Switch

TNT (Aussie original, essentially became High Voltage international release) - Can I Sit Next to You Girl

Dirty Deeds - Love at First Feel

Fly on the Wall - Shake Your Foundations

Razor's Edge - Rock Your Heart Out

Blow Up Your Video - Nick of Time

 

The rest

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Dream Theater

 

1. Scenes From A Memory

2. Six Degrees

3. Dream theater

4. Images and Words

5. Dramatic Turn of Events

6. Awake

7. Train of Thought

8. Falling Into Infinity

9. Octavarium

10. Systematic Chaos

11. Distance Over Time

12. The Astonishing

13. Black Clouds

14 When Dream and Day Unite

 

Mick

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Here is how I would do Van Halen, but not in any particular order, and with David Lee Roth, as the lead singer, not their A Different Kind of Truth c.d., and album, and Gary Cherone, as the lead singer, not their Van Halen III c.d., and album.

 

1984 (1984) - House of Pain, and I'll Wait

Diver Down (1982) - Hang 'Em High

Fair Warning (1981) - Hear About It Later

Women and Children First (1980) - Everybody Wants Some!!

Van Halen II (1979) - Outta Love Again

Van Halen (1978) - Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love

Balance (1995) - Feelin', and Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge (1991) - Pleasure Dome, and the Dream Is Over

OU812 (1988) - Cabo Wabo, and When It's Love

5150 (1986) - Love Walks In

 

Not in any particular order? Isn’t the point of the thread to rank them in your order of preference?

 

Oh.

 

Oops.

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Here is how I would do Van Halen, but not in any particular order, and with David Lee Roth, as the lead singer, not their A Different Kind of Truth c.d., and album, and Gary Cherone, as the lead singer, not their Van Halen III c.d., and album.

 

1984 (1984) - House of Pain, and I'll Wait

Diver Down (1982) - Hang 'Em High

Fair Warning (1981) - Hear About It Later

Women and Children First (1980) - Everybody Wants Some!!

Van Halen II (1979) - Outta Love Again

Van Halen (1978) - Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love

Balance (1995) - Feelin', and Don't Tell Me (What Love Can Do)

For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge (1991) - Pleasure Dome, and the Dream Is Over

OU812 (1988) - Cabo Wabo, and When It's Love

5150 (1986) - Love Walks In

 

Not in any particular order? Isn’t the point of the thread to rank them in your order of preference?

 

Oh.

 

Oops.

 

I wasn't responding to your post?

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With the original members of Kiss during their wearing makeup, and face paint, but without, and not including their solo c.ds, and albums, here is somehow I was able to do my favorite to not as favorite c.ds, and albums.

 

Rock and Roll Over (1976) - Makin' Love

(Tie) Creatures of the Night (1982) - I Still Love You

Destroyer (1976) - Flaming Youth

Kiss (1974) - Black Diamond

Hotter Than Hell (1974) - Watchin' You

(Tie) Music From "the Elder" (1981) - Dark Light

Love Gun (1977) - Shock Me

Dressed to Kill (1975) - Rock Bottom

(Tie) Dynasty (1979) - Sure Know Something

Unmasked (1980) - Talk to Me

Psycho Circus (1998) - We Are One

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