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

 
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'66

Pink Floyd- The Wall

Tangerine Dream- White Eagle

Johan Timman - Trip in to the Body





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1:Ride : Going Blank Again
2:Social Distortion: Prison Bound
3:Punchbuggy: All Nite Chris. Rollerskate
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Re: YOUR GENERATION - The 3 Quintessential Albums - WHAT ARE THEY?
fleetwood mac
bob marley
donna summer
supertramp
genesis
led zepplin...
etc...
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Your right on!!!!!!!!!!!!
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1976

Nirvana - Nevermind

Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream

Counting Crows - August and Everything After
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Born in 1988.

But instead of 3 albums...I'll define my (crappy) generation with 3 songs.

"Gangstas Paradise" - Koolio
"Kiss From A Rose" - Seal
"This Is How We Do It" - Montel Jordan
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Simple Minds- Sister Feelings Call, Sons of Fascination
Echo and the Bunnymen- Heaven up here
U2- October

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This is an awesome thread.

I'm born 83.

Here are mine:

1) Strokes - Is this It?

2) Flaming Lips - Clouds Taste Metallic

3) Wilco - Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
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11-11-67

U2. Under a blood red sky
The Police. Synchronicity
The Clash. Combat Rock
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1971 here. Totally agree.
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1970

Adam and the Ants - Kings of the Wild Frontier
The Who - Quadrophenia
Underworld - Dubnobasswithmyheadman
christ miCHAEL sun of YHWH
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uhhhh

after the cavemen orchestra & native/tribal african-american sun dance rumbles....how about some lennon's (beatles) abbey fucking road

second half medley *dies & comes back*
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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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1952

Moody Blues - Threshold of a Dream

Queen - Night at the Opera

Meatloaf - Bat Out of Hell
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Michael Jackson thriller

Nirvana nevermind

N.w.a straight outta Compton
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Dark Side of the Moon Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin IV
Eat a Peach Allman Brothers
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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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couldn't agree more...
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Born 1955


Let It Bleed - The Rolling Stones


On Time -Grand Funk Railroad


American Beauty - The Grateful Dead
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1978

nirvana Nevermind
Red hot chili peppers blood sugar sex magick
Smashing pumpkins Mellon collie and the infinite sadness
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Metallica black album
Pearl jam ten
G n r lies
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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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Nah. You're just stuck in the 90's. kids today and ten years ago are freakin weird and their music sucks.
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SERIOUSLY--rock out with ye olde cocks out!!!!
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Jam out with ur clam out !
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1975
1. Iron Maiden- The Number of the Beast
2. Jane's Addiction- Nothing's shocking
3. Rage Against The Machine- Evil Empire
Also-
Smashing Pumpkins-Siamese Dream
AC/DC- 74' Jail Break
All Black Sabbath-from 1969-1979
All Doors albums-mainly The Soft Parade
"In the beginning there was nothing then god created light...In the end there was still nothing but you could see it..."
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Read back thru thread and stand by my picks...

But I forgot about sublime...

That's gotta be like # 4 or 5 for me...

That shit was revolutionary...

The guy from sublime and cobain... Losing those two for me were the greatest losses of my generation...

Ad the guy that said first rap was jazzy Jeff or busts rhymes...

I can still remember the first rap songs i ever heard.. Doug e fresh and slick rick 6 minutes, 6 minutes Doug e fresh your on a a on... And la ti da ti we like to party...

Ok I'm done...
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1966

London Calling -- the Clash
My Aim is True -- Elvis Costello
Synchronicity -- The Police
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1962

Abba Revival
Bay City Rollers - Wouldnt You Like It
Bee Gees - Spirits Having Flown
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Michael Jackson--Thriller
Prince--Purple Rain
Eagles-Hotel California
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1985
Incubus - Morning View
3 Doors Down - The Better Life
John Mayer - Continuum
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1989

Nine Inch Nails - The Downward Spiral

Tool - Lateralus

A Perfect Circle - The Thirteenth Step
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1981:

well for sure one of them is NIN's Downward Spiral:

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1970

Pink Floyd The Wall
Meat Loaf Bat out of Hell
Tom Petty and the Destroyers Damn the Torpedos
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Thanks, OP...I love music & it is one thing that keeps us truly grounded! Now, this is hard for me to differentiate between favs and something generational, b/c I love just about all music (little Kim who????) but I'll try :-)

1970
Bowie: Station to Station
Pink Floyd: The Wall
Smashing Pumpkins: Siamese Dreams

Must....choose...four.....POLICE: Regatta de Blanc

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B. 1961

Journey- Journey 1975
Pink Floyd- Dark side of the moon 1973
AC/DC- Early years Bon Scott
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