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David Bowie - David Bowie (Space Oddity)

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Kate Bush - The Hounds Of Love

Spellling - The Turning Wheel

Björk - Vespertine

 

these play very well together

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Taylor Swift- 1989 

 

I underrated this one. Exceptional pop album, not one filler song.

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Savatage- Edge Of Thorns 

HIM- Love Metal 

Biffy Clyro- Puzzle 

Queensryche- Operation: Mindcrime 

Judas Priest- Sad Wings Of Destiny 

Iron Maiden- Piece Of Mind

Dream Theater- Awake

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Trivium- Ascendancy 

 

RAAAAAH this album will always be the greatest thing ever I don't even care!

 

THIS WAS A BUNCH OF KIDS!

 

The Warning...I'm watching you too...

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Fleetwood Mac- Tango In The Night 

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Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever

MisterWives - Superbloom

Paramore - After Laughter

Janet Jackson - Rhythm Nation 1814

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2 hours ago, Segue Myles said:

Trivium- Ascendancy 

 

RAAAAAH this album will always be the greatest thing ever I don't even care!

 

THIS WAS A BUNCH OF KIDS!

 

The Warning...I'm watching you too...

 

I think The Warning are about the same age now that Trivium was when they released Ascendancy.

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9 hours ago, J2112YYZ said:

 

I think The Warning are about the same age now that Trivium was when they released Ascendancy.

I'm pretty sure that's correct! Crazy isn't it?

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Mr. Mister- Welcome To The Real World 

 

They sound like Toto where they were headed in the nineties. I really love this, a sophisticated and inventive AOR album.

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This is probably Josh's best album, the synth during IYDKMIGHTKY should be annoying to my ear (it's like an alarm clock), but instead it's strangely addictive. 

 

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18 minutes ago, zepphead said:

Sonic Temple - Wikipedia

 

Love (The Cult album) - Wikipedia

 

Electric (The Cult album) - Wikipedia

She Sells Sanctuary is one of those songs I will always associate with really fun times in college.  Whenever it comes on the radio it brightens my day.  You can't play it loud enough.

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Glossolalia - Album by Steve Walsh | Spotify

 

 

 

 

I oddly like it... I don't think I've ever been as confused with an album that I like than this one. 

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11 hours ago, Segue Myles said:

Mr. Mister- Welcome To The Real World 

 

They sound like Toto where they were headed in the nineties. I really love this, a sophisticated and inventive AOR album.

Coincidentally the singer/bass player in Mr Mister Richard Page was offered the job replacing both Bobby Kimball and David Hungate in 1984 but he turned it down because he preferred staying in and making Mr Mister a success. He did backing vocals on Isolation though, on How Does it Feel. He also did backing vocals on 4 songs on Kingdom of Desire and 4 songs on Mindfields. He also did backing vocals on Steve Lukather's Candyman album and his Transition album. 

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