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YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?

 
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YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
STATE YOUR:

1. Year of Birth

2. The Three Music Albums that YOU Think Represent Your Generation


And if anyone posts a Li'l Kim album, all I have to say is
norikey
(just kidding--I like Li'l Kim & the Junior Mafia)

But, SERIOUSLY--rock out with ye olde cocks out!!!!

If you can, embed a YouTube link to the the albums!

AND REMEMBER--we're talking about ALBUMS (LPs or EPs) that you are PROUD to have REPRESENT YOUR GENERATION.

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As for ME...

DOB: 7/17/1979

1. Siamese Dream by The Smashing Pumpkins
2. Razorblade Suitcase by Bush
3. The Infamous by Mobb Deep

Could someone please embed these for me? I can't embed from my mobile.

Here are my three (please embed for me):

[link to m.youtube.com] SIAMESE DREAM by The Smashing Pumpkins

[link to m.youtube.com] RAZORBLADE SUITCASE by Bush

[link to m.youtube.com] THE INFAMOUS by Mobb Deep

Sorry I can't embed myself.

peace

Last Edited by simultaneous_final on 02/13/2013 01:47 AM
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
1964

John Lennon - Imagine

Bob Marley - Live

Rodriguez - Cold Fact
Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery - Bob Marley
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
1954 (teenager in the 70s)

Led Zeppelin everything but I'll say Physical Graffiti

Lynyrd Skynyrd first album

Allman Bros Eat a Peach


hard to pick only three
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Represent our generation at which stage of life? Or every stage of life?

Does the infamous by Mobb Deep represent your generation for every stage of life? Or just the time period when it came out?

Do you mean when we were coming of age? Teens... twenties... children? Because the music that represented my generational youth is a lot different than the music that represents my generational adulthood.
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
1961

Pink Floyd: DSOTM

Beatles: SPLHCB

CSN&Y: Deja Vu
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Why would anyone want to give private information out on a forum?
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
1978

nirvana Nevermind
Red hot chili peppers blood sugar sex magick
Smashing pumpkins Mellon collie and the infinite sadness
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1954 (teenager in the 70s)

Led Zeppelin everything but I'll say Physical Graffiti

Lynyrd Skynyrd first album

Allman Bros Eat a Peach


hard to pick only three
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I know but I had to stop somewhere! One would be a joke. Two, a farce. Three...well, it'll have to do.

Five is too many and four is...you know...FOUR. The weirdest number. I can't do four.

Poor four.
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Forgot to mention I dropped some acid about an hour ago. Trip-a-dip!
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Don't Look Back - Boston

Infinity - Journey

News of the World - Queen

Winners Always Win
losers always lose
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11-11-67

U2. Under a blood red sky
The Police. Synchronicity
The Clash. Combat Rock
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Forgot to mention I dropped some acid about an hour ago. Trip-a-dip!
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Oh boy! Best 70s albums for tripping would be Ten Years After A Space in Time and any Pink Floyd :)

Have fun!
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1964

John Lennon - Imagine

Bob Marley - Live

Rodriguez - Cold Fact
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I love all three of those albums. I can tell you thought about those choices. There's a common thread there.
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1982

Metallica - And Justice For All
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Michael Jackson - Thriller
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Born early sixties

Neil Young - After the Gold Rush
Elvis Costello - My Aim is True
Ramones - self titled

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extra credit

Patti Smith - Horses
The Clash - Self Titled
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

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Cool to see the South African poster above mention Rodriguez - Cold Fact

Hope the documentary "Searching for Sugar Man" wins best documentary at the Oscars next week.
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What an odd question, stirs a lot of memory; Nirvana, Drake, Nikki Menaj as of this stage in life.
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Forgot to mention I dropped some acid about an hour ago. Trip-a-dip!
 Quoting: simultaneous_final


Oh boy! Best 70s albums for tripping would be Ten Years After A Space in Time and any Pink Floyd :)

Have fun!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21651258


No doubt. Meddle, Dark Side, Wish and Animals are my standard tripping soundtracks. But I'm doing something different tonight.

I'm tripping to MY GENERATION'S MUSIC!!!

I swear! Thank God for Smashing Pumpkins!

(those might be my last words one day--and I'll be proud of 'em!)
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84, dookie, smells like children, blue skies broken hearts...
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
1982

Metallica - And Justice For All
Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
Michael Jackson - Thriller
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34139889


You mean

Nirvana - Nevermind

DEFINITELY an influence on my generation too. (pretty much the same as yours. I'm 1979).

And...Justice For All is ONE HELL of am album. LOVE IT!!!!
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Speaking of generations...has anyone else noticed or agree that it seems pop-culture really hasn't changed much from the mid-to-late 90's?

What I mean is the 80's, 70's, 60's etc, all have a clear identity that you can easily notice.

Even in the 90's we could look back on the 80's and see it for being much different. The movies were a lot different, clothing a lot different, hair styles, etc..

But, at some point in the 90's ---around 96ish or so we haven't really seemed to advance too much beyond that. Many movies released in 96 and beyond, for example, don't look or feel aged.

Clothing manufactured then, isn't really that out of style in comparison to clothing nowadays.


Could be just me..but, I've always waited for the moment to be able to say, yeah the 90's are now 'old' or unique in comparison to today....and for whatever reason...i still don't see current culture as an identity much beyond it..
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83

Nirvana - Nevermind
Radiohead - OK Computer
Notorious B.I.G - Ready to Die

as good as any I suppose, even if I'm maybe a little young for at least two of the three.
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When you look at hairstyles, etc...def some age with mid-late 90's stuff imo.
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'84

Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band.

Every song from 84 to 89.

Those days are long gone!
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Wonder what year bama was born in and would say.
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1977


dookie-green day
nevermind-nirvana
dude ranch-blink 182
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Millennial Music!!! WOOOOO!!!
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I got to hit the sack, wish I had more time to play on here like I use to. Good Night
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Frampton "Comes Alive"
Pink Floyd "Another Brick in the Wall
Tom Petty "Damn the Torpedo's"
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Some good albums recommended so far...


Here's my contribution:

DOB: 1980

1. Brian Jonestown Massacre - "Thank God for Mental Illness" (Album)

2. The Strokes - "Is this it?"

3. The White Stripes - "De Stijl" or "White Blood Cells"


Alternates (in no particular order):

Elliott Smith - "XO" or "Either/Or"
Tame Impala - "InnerSpeaker"
The Growlers - "Are You In or Out?"
White Fence - "Family Perfume"
Guns n' Roses - "Appetite for Destruction"
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
Billy Idol - Rebel Yell (liked it in elementary school)



Depeche Mode - Violator (liked it in Jr High)



Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine (Liked it in High School)



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