Plus one for anything by Marvin.
that is nice bonus change
Plus one for anything by Marvin.
Arcade Fire - Funeral
Modest Mouse - The Moon and Antarctica
Bon Iver - Bon Iver
The Black Keys - Thickfreakness
Kanye West - My Beautiful Dark and Twisted Fantasy
NaS - Stillmatic
LCD Soundsystem - This is Happening
The National - High Violet
The Decemberists - Castaways and Cutouts
Destroyer - Kaputt
Al Green - Let's Stay Together
Eminem - Recovery
Arcade Fire- Funeral
Radiohead- Kid A, OK Computer, The Bends
Any Beatles Album
Kanye- Late Registration
Jay-Z- Reasonable Doubt
Led Zeppelin- IV
Wilco- Yankee Hotel Foxtrot
The Weeknd- House of Balloons (mixtape)
Animal Collective- Meriwether Post Pavilion (only when under the influence)
Late registration check out anything else he's done. That's, arguably, his worst work...
Barenaked Ladies - Stunt, and Are Men
Ok Go - Oh No
Tally Hall - Marvin's Marvelous .,, something or other, I can't remember
Bon Jovi - New Jersey
Lizard............Prince Hoke..I mean Rupert Awakes!
Gaelic Storm - Whats the Rumpus? and Special Reserve. Now that is drinking music!
N2Deep - The Golden State
E-40 - In a Major Way
If anyone else likes these please reply so I can be amazed.
Dear Lord. A few:
Beatles: Revolver, Abbey Road
Rolling Stones: Let It Bleed
The Who: Who's Next, Quadropehia
Springsteen: Born to Run, Darkness on the Edge of Town, Born in the USA, The Rising
Steeley Dan: Katy Lied, Aja
Petty: Damn the Torpedoes
Talking Heads: Stop Making Sense
The Clash: Combat Rock
Elvis Costello: Armed Forces
Beach Boys: Pet Sounds
Warren Zevon: Excitable Boy
Engdame - Rise Against
Collision Course - Jay Z and LInkin Park
Drinking From the Sun - Hilltop Hoods
Good stuff, but a couple things y'all missed;
Marvelous 3- all of it
Butch Walker- letters, left of self centered and lets go out tonites
Seven mary three- american standard, rockcrown
Ray Lamontagne- everything, especially God willin and the creek don't rise
David Gray- greatest hits
Ryan Adams- gold, heartbreaker
Eric Hutchinson- sounds like this
Damien Rice- O
Black Lab- everything
Sarah Bareilles- little voice
Tom Waits, Melvins, Beastie Boys, Jesus Lizard
The Who - Live At Leeds (deluxe edition)
David Bowie - Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
Black Flag - Damaged
Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison
Pearl Jam - Yield, Vs.
Slayer - Season's In the Abyss, South of Heaven
Stooges - Fun House
Medeski, Martin & Wood - Combustication
Portishead - Live at Roseland
Rolling Stones - Get Yer Ya Ya's Out, Exile on Main Street
Ramones - It's Alive
Black Sabbath - any of their first four albums
Allman Bro's - Live at the Fillmore
Beastie Boys, Ill Communication
Kanye West - 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'
I am from the Tool, Zeppelin, Guns n Roses, Phish, Grateful Dead, Janes Addiction, Beastie Boys, Snoop Dog, Dr. Dre, MMB, Faith No More, Greensky Bluegrass, Doc Watson, Graham Parsons, Metallica, Wilco, Beck, etc... fan clubs. There is, however, a Michigan grad that deserves a listen. Joe Henry...his albums got me through several study sessions. Try out Short Man's Room or Kindness of the World. Good Stuff.
Sorry to hijack the thread but I don't have enough points to create a topic. Devastating news is developing that there has been a shooting today at Auburn. Early reports are that two football players are dead and one is in the hospital.