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Guest Strike Force!
Ben Folds - Rockin The Suburbs

NIRVANA - Outcesticide 5

Motorhead - Ace Of Spades

Smashing Pumpkins - Picies Iscaroit

Rockin the Suburbs is a fantastic album.

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Guest swan



Cold Gin, Firehouse, Strutter, Black Diamonds, how can you go wrong?


Anything by Rush.

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Guest WrestlingDeacon

Cake's last album Comfort Eagle

In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning by Frank Sinatra

most Keb Mo albums

What's Going on by Marvin Gaye

Steely Dan's Two Against Nature, which I hated at first

early Tom Waits before his voice went, specifically the 2 volume early years collection

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Guest evenflowDDT

This is actually a hard question for me, since I usually only by an album if I already know a bunch of the songs and like them (this of course, because I'm consistently broke but still feel guilty about downloading every song, so now I just download as samples).


Anyway, the only albums I've heard that have "gotten better" in the since that I couldn't stand them or only liked one or two tracks on them that I can think of recently were ...And You Shall Know us by The Trail of Dead's Source Tags & Codes and Elvis Costello's Spike.


Actually, Spike is a funny story because I was torn between buying that and Station to Station, which I'm already familiar with most of. I ended up choosing Spike because it was the cheaper disc and I liked "Veronica" (plus Rhino does SUCH a good job with all of their reissues... they're seriously gods when it comes to those things). For the first few listens, I'd just skip straight to "Veronica" and muttered to myself "I should've bought the Bowie, I should've bought the Bowie". So, I didn't listen to Spike for a while, then I brought it along on an impulse (couldn't find anything else) for an outing about two months ago, and fell in love with the disc. Now I've had "This Town" stuck in my head for days, can't bring myself to remove the CD from my disc changer, and I now consider "Satellite" one of my favorite songs. To think I originally regretted buying it... ha! Guess that's the perfect thread example.

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Guest Kotzenjunge

Radiohead - The Bends

Beastie Boys - Check Your Head

Kid Rock - Devil Without a Cause

Orgy - Candyass

KYLIE~! - Fever

Electronica Ministry of Sound - Club Nation America

Various Artists with BPM magazine - That Trance Mix

Daft Punk - Discovery

Korn - Follow the Leader

Prodigy - The Fat of the Land

Clinic - "Walking With Thee"


Ah shit, just any album I own.


Fo sheez,


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