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« Reply #30 on: Jan 21st, 2014, 12:27pm »

Led Zeppelin studio albums:

  1. Fourth album
  2. Physical Graffiti
  3. Led Zeppelin (first album)
  4. In Through The Out Door
  5. Led Zeppelin III
  6. Led Zeppelin II
  7. Houses Of The Holy
  8. Presence

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« Reply #31 on: Jan 22nd, 2014, 08:55am »

Alice Cooper band (classic lineup with Cooper, Smith, Bruce, Buxton and Dunaway) 1969-1973

1. School's Out
2. Killer
3. Love It To Death
4. Billion Dollar Babies
5. Muscle Of Love
5. Easy Action
6. Pretties For You

Alice Cooper albums (1975 - 1978) Interesting note: Tony Levin plays bass on all but From The Inside. These were the Dick Wagner/Steve Hunter years.

1. Welcome To My Nightmare
2. Alice Cooper Goes To Hell
3. From The Inside (Steve Hunter did not play on this one - Alice brought in a slew of great guitarists; Steve Lukather, Rick Nielsen, Davey Johnstone)
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« Reply #32 on: Jan 31st, 2014, 07:02am »

Godley And Creme era 10cc albums:

1. Sheet Music - I think that this album is nigh on perfect from start to finish. My favourite tracks are the mini-epic Somewhere In Hollywood, the beautiful Old Wild Men and the rocking Wall Street Shuffle with its timeless lyrics.

2. The Original Soundtrack - Any album that starts off with 2 such amazing tracks as Une Nuit A Paris (One Night In Paris) and I'm Not In Love has to be in the reckoning. Whilst the rest of the album doesn't quite maintain this standard, it is still excellent. The only track that I'm not so keen on is The Film Of My Love. That said, it is still a brilliantly executed parody.

3. How Dare You! - By the time of this album, it could be argued that the band were repeating themselves and maybe trying to be too clever by half. However, I still think that it is a superb album. My favourite tracks are I'm Mandy Fly Me and Don't Hang Up.

4. 10cc - The self-titled debut album is a solid effort, but I think that the band were still finding their feet. Rubber Bullets is still a hoot though.
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« Reply #33 on: Jan 31st, 2014, 07:24am »

on Jan 31st, 2014, 07:02am, Down And Out wrote:
Godley And Creme era 10cc albums:

1. Sheet Music - I think that this album is nigh on perfect from start to finish. My favourite tracks are the mini-epic Somewhere In Hollywood, the beautiful Old Wild Men and the rocking Wall Street Shuffle with its timeless lyrics.

2. The Original Soundtrack - Any album that starts off with 2 such amazing tracks as Une Nuit A Paris (One Night In Paris) and I'm Not In Love has to be in the reckoning. Whilst the rest of the album doesn't quite maintain this standard, it is still excellent. The only track that I'm not so keen on is The Film Of My Love. That said, it is still a brilliantly executed parody.

3. How Dare You! - By the time of this album, it could be argued that the band were repeating themselves and maybe trying to be too clever by half. However, I still think that it is a superb album. My favourite tracks are I'm Mandy Fly Me and Don't Hang Up.

4. 10cc - The self-titled debut album is a solid effort, but I think that the band were still finding their feet. Rubber Bullets is still a hoot though.


Hugely linked to the Moody Blues:

Were a support act on one of their big tours (72 probably)

Actually play on Blue Guitar, John Lodge isn't on it, despite the credit.

Deceptive Bends credits include the line "Thanks to all at Threshold"!

Dreadlock Holiday was written about an incident when Eric Stewart and Justin Hayward were walking down a street in the Caribbean.

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« Reply #34 on: Jan 31st, 2014, 07:28am »

on Jan 31st, 2014, 07:24am, foxfeeder wrote:
Hugely linked to the Moody Blues:

Were a support act on one of their big tours (72 probably)

Actually play on Blue Guitar, John Lodge isn't on it, despite the credit.

Deceptive Bends credits include the line "Thanks to all at Threshold"!

Dreadlock Holiday was written about an incident when Eric Stewart and Justin Hayward were walking down a street in the Caribbean.

Just sayin'! wink

Didn't know that. Thanks for the info. smiley
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« Reply #35 on: Feb 6th, 2014, 07:40am »

Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
  1. Karn Evil 9
  2. Toccata
  3. Still... You Turn Me On
  4. Jerusalem
  5. Benny The Bouncer
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« Reply #36 on: Feb 11th, 2014, 12:05pm »

Mike + The Mechanics:

1) The Living Years
2) The Road
3) Mike & The Mechanics
4) Beggar On A Beach Of Gold
5) Word Of Mouth
6) Rewired
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« Reply #37 on: Feb 11th, 2014, 12:29pm »

IQ's list

Tales From The Lush Attic: 19
The Lost Attic: 18
J'ai Pollette D'arnu: 18
The Wake: 16
Nomzamo: 18
Are You Sitting Comfortably? 18
Ever: 19
Subterranea: 19
The Seventh House: 19
Dark Matter: 18
Frequency:17

New album's release date 3rd of May 2014.... grin
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Camel, Twelfth Night, IQ and Pendragon!

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« Reply #38 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 10:55am »

Marillion's Fugazi:

1. Fugazi
2. Incubus
3. Assassing
4. Jigsaw
5. She Chameleon
6. Emerald Lies
7. Punch And Judy
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« Reply #39 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 11:42am »

Marillion - 'Clutching At Straws'

1. White Russian
2. Sugar Mice
3. Warm Wet Circles
4. Hotel Hobbies
5. That Time Of The Night
6. Just For The Record
7. Torch Song
8. Slainte Mhath
9. The Last Straw
10. Going Under
11. Incommunicado
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« Reply #40 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 12:37pm »

Marillion - Seasons End grin
  1. The King Of Sunset Town
  2. The Uninvited Guest
  3. Easter
  4. Holloway Girl
  5. Seasons End
  6. The Space...
  7. Berlin
  8. After Me
  9. Hooks In You
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« Reply #41 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 12:44pm »

Favorite Backup Vocals by Linda Ronstadt:

1. Paul Simon - Under African Skies
2. Warren Zevon - Excitable Boy
3. Neil Young - Harvest Moon
4. Little Feat - All That You Dream
5. Andrew Gold - Lonely Boy

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« Reply #42 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 4:42pm »

Best Thotch albums:

1. Onion Divorce
2. Live at the Rainbow 1975
3. And then there were four
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« Reply #43 on: Feb 12th, 2014, 4:51pm »

on Feb 12th, 2014, 4:42pm, boredatwork wrote:
Best Thotch albums:

1. Onion Divorce
2. Live at the Rainbow 1975
3. And then there were four

Nice one! laugh
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« Reply #44 on: Feb 13th, 2014, 07:48am »

on Feb 12th, 2014, 10:55am, Down And Out wrote:
Marillion's Fugazi:

1. Fugazi
2. Incubus
3. Assassing
4. Jigsaw
5. She Chameleon
6. Emerald Lies
7. Punch And Judy


Slightly different from mine:

1/ Assassing

And that's it! The rest of the album misses the target by miles, the worst Fish era album they made. IMO! cheesy
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