Beatles - A Hard Days Night. Definitely ripped me away from the beach boys and a few other poppish type groups. Have never looked back.
1 bronze, 0 silver, 1 gold
I'm sure I sound like a broken record here, but:
Radiohead: OK Computer. I went to Europe with 35 other classmates while I was in high school, and I listened to this album on repeat, from waiting for the departure flight to waiting for my parents to pick me up from the airport. I guess you could say I had my "Auditory Awakening" at 17 years old, while walking around Pompeii checking out the people that were 'frozen' in ash when Mt. Vesuvius erupted in 79AD. They've been my favorite band ever since and I would go to great lengths to see them perform. Most of their music is so complicated that you could listen to a song forever and still pick up new sounds/details/chords every single time. Sigh...
No matter what happens now
You shouldn't be afraid
Because I know today has been the most perfect day I've ever seen.
R A D I O H E A D
Great ones there KT - Paranoid just finished up minutes ago - weird.
"Never send a monkey to do a man's job." ~ Captain Leo Davidson ~
Kiss Alive II
U2 - Unforgettable Fire
Led Zepplin - IV (ZOSO)
Rush - Moving Pictures
The Police - Synchronicity
Echo and Bunnymen
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"Study your math, kids. Key to the Universe." - Gabriel in The Prophecy
The first would have to be Meet the Beatles.
Everything that came after stemmed from that.
I was 12.
Then a few years later I found underground FM radio (sorry if you young kids don't know what that is. Really sorry) and the first two albums I heard were the first CCR and Steve Miller Band's Children of the Future.
I was 15.
Next, I discovered The Fillmore West.
It was "game over" after that.
I was 16.
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Bon Jovi - Slippery When Wet (feel free to laugh aloud and mock me)
Poison - Look What the Cat Dragged In (feel free to laugh aloud and mock me again)
ABBA - Story
Tom Jones - It's Not Unusual
U2 - Joshua Tree
The Cure - Kiss Me, Kiss Me, Kiss Me
Love and Rockets - Earth, Sun, Moon
Rolling Stones - Let it Bleed
Mission UK - Children
Prince - Purple Rain
Soul Asylum - Hangtime
The Replacements - Pleased to Meet Me
Smashing Pumpkins - Gish
INXS - Kick
Ned's Atomic Dustbin - Godfodder
Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine
Pop Will Eat Itself - Dos Dedos Mis Amigos
Radiohead - Pablo Honey
Pixies - Doolittle
James Brown - 20 All Time Greatest Hits
They Might Be Giants - Apollo 18
Thievery Corporation - The Richest Man in Babylon
Rage Against the Machine - self titled
Samuel Barber - Adagio for Strings
The Cranes - Loved
Jimmy Eat World - self titled
The Ramones - Mania
Fugazi - EP
Superchunk - Foolish
Jawbreaker - Dear You
Tkzee - Halloween
Anti-Flag - Mobilize
Bambu - Self Untitled
Native Guns - Barrelmen
titofelix - All Good Things
partial soundtrack to my life.
He also seems to be the only one who survived the 80's intact.
Time Life music compilation infomercial. Let me just say for the record, it was straight up tragic.
The Kids Are Alright - The Who
LA Woman - The Doors
The Beatles Blue Album 1967-1970
One does not simply ride their bike into Mordor! - electrik
Devo: Q are we not me
Tubes: Completion Backward Principle
B-52s: Self Titled
Depeche Mode: Speak and Spell
HooDoo Gurus: Mars Needs Guitars
When I was 8 I listened to Bohemian Rhapsody and Money. Thats when my outlook on music changed. Even then I never got into it because I didnt know the name of the song then. Then a few years later my uncle gave me his record player and records. Bat out of Hell was the first thing I listened to on it.
Did you just kick my tire?! I hope you didn't just kick my tire!
Bass naming contest winner: -=Łem in Pa=-