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25. Sex Pistols – Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols
I’d say there would be no point in making a list like this without throwing this one in. Not only a debut album, but, as most will know, the band’s only album. Perhaps not the greatest punk record out there, but considering its immense historical and cultural significance, it deserves the spot. Not to forget that it’s certainly an awesome album. Raw, careless, humorous. It embraces most things I like about punk, really. I don’t see how a band with only one album release could have done any better.
24. Jefferson Airplane – Jefferson Airplane Takes Off
I would have wished that Grace Slick was with them from the start, and that they had just started off with Surrealistic Pillow. The airplane would’ve rocketed up to the top section of the list then. Even so, their first album is some really great stuff. …
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23 Mar 2006, 05:48 by chadwick011I'll start off by saying these are my top 10 (or however many i list) guitarists of all time. I'm not saying these are the best or anything like that, i prefer blues rock, so that's who i choose...you won't see Joe Satriani on my list, but not because he isn't talented...he's just not what i prefer. That's why i think making a list of greatest guitarists of all time is just kind of ridiculous, there are so many factors and personal preferences i think its impossible to estbalish a solid list.
1. Eric Clapton. Particularly with Cream and Derek & The Dominos, when it comes to his best work on the guitar. Not sure how to justify it in words other than the fact that his work is amazing, he has endured a long career with weak points, but he is still extremely strong and is one of the most important men in blues alive today.
Album: Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs
Song: Have You Ever Loved a Woman...that's too hard, another favorite of mine is a live version of Spoonful off…
14 Mar 2006, 17:38 by MrModernRockIts always interesting to hear a cover song and wondering how it will sound. Will it be a complete re-hash of the original, as so many are (ie: Come Together - Aerosmith). Or will it take the song in a different direction adding a unique twist to the original (ie: Come Together - Soundgarden). Cover songs, to me, are the ultimate honor to a band, recognizing them as an influence on music. It's only fitting that The Beatles are one of the most covered bands, since they are the most influential band in rock. What is great about the Beatles songs are, they can be taken in almost any direction - from hard rock, to blues, to pop music, almost anything can work when covering a Beatles song. Almost anything. The only exception would be when the cover tries to sound exactly like the original. It's cover songs like these that I wonder what the point of the cover is. I like the cover song, not only to be noticable different, but also improve on the song and try to make it better.
18 Feb 2006, 01:48 by godlord2
3 Feb 2006, 05:53 by MrModernRockCompilations, soundtracks, and greatest hits are excluded. Yay.
20) I Phantom
19) Beggars Banquet
17) Our Endless Numbered Days
14) The Moon and Antarctica
13) Demon Days
12) Songs for the Deaf
9) The White Stripes
8) Van Lear Rose
6) At San Quentin: The Complete 1969 Concert
5) Led Zeppelin III
4) Temple of the Dog
3) Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs
2) Disraeli Gears
1) Abbey Road
There we go - Honorable mentions include: Apple, Paranoid, Slowhand and the rest of my library.
This is more for myself to see where I was at a year or so from now.
2 Feb 2006, 20:06 by roundthewheelAs my sidebar profile indicates, one of the motifs of my last.fm journal is the eventual goal to review every album I own. However, after writing about only two of them, I have reached a crossroads, and it is here where I turn to the last.fm community to help me decide upon the benefactor of my next literary muse. I have a lot of albums to choose from, but which one would you guys most like to hear about?
Eat a Peach
Brothers and Sisters
Bad Livers - Industry and Thrift
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
The White Album
How Does Your Garden Grow?
Before The Robots
Sunrise Over Sea
Kind of Blue
Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs
Brothers in Arms
Southern Rock Opera
Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Die, Those Who Tell the Truth Shall Live Forever
The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place
The Soft Bulletin
Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots