All time top 5 songs + top album/ CD?

witsend

MIA
Book Reviewer
#81
1. Guns and Roses - Appetite for destruction.
2. Leftfield - Leftism.
3. Moby - Play.
4. Primal Scream - Screamadelica.
5. Stone Roses - Stone Roses.
 
#82
the_mighty_tug said:
oh really? ;) lol walk on home boy!!!! ha ha ha
Good band is good. I just don't like much metal :lol:

Absolutely hate Metallica. The only good thing about St. Anger was that it got Hammet off of the wah for a few (12?) tracks

I grew out of Slipknot 5 years ago

To be fair, I don't know who Suicide commando are.
 
#84
All Along The Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
Whiskey in the Jar - Thin Lizzy
American Pie - Don McLean
Blister in the Sun - The Violent Femmes
Rain - Dream 6


Best Album, Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
 

drewfester

Lantern Swinger
#87
Think I posted on a similiar one to this last year but could not find it. Posting again with some minor changes to some I originally chose

1. Rob Dougan Will you follow me? (Instrumental version)
2. Pink Floyd Coming back to life
3. Kate Bush Wuthering Heights
4. Alan Parsons Project Dancing on a highwire
5. Runrig Loch Lomond (Live version of course)
 
#92
1/ The National anthem.

2/Hearts of oak.

3/ Rule Britannia.

4/ On the quarterdeck.

5/ They'll Always be an England.

Album=Smurfs Greatest hits :oops:
 
#95
Singles
Sailor
Girls Girls Girls
Life on Mars
Young Girl
The sun aint gonna shine anymore

albums

Fleetwood Mac rumours
Meatloaf Bat out of hell
Runrig(any)
Eagles (any)
All Crosbie Stills Nash (and of course Young) southern cross/Delta anyone
 
#96
Having had time to contemplate, and a lot more cider:
Goodbye to Love - The Carpenters (who was the guitar soloist ? Must be one of the best ever.)
Hotel California - The Eagles - again, a guitar classic.
Light my fire - Jose Feliciano - ditto.
Apache - The Shadows - tune from a very misspent youth, in tents along Whitsand Bay on a Friday/Sat night.
Hey Jude - The Beatles - one of the best singalongs ever - even me mum sung this one !
Album ? Never lost my fascination with Mike Oldfield, from Tubular Bells to Tubular Bells II at Edinburgh Castle - missed III at Horse Guards because dumb female forgot to buy tickets, and it hoyed down with rain.
 
#97
Tony Rice - Church Street Blues
Jimmy Robbins - Breathe Again
Frank Turner - The Road
Shaun Davey - The Parting Glass
Luke Kelly & The Dubliners - Monto

And the Album has to be Who's Next by The Who
 

chatsharris

Lantern Swinger
#98
This is a bit of a problem for me, because I've got tons of music I listen to.

I've probably forgotten a load of tracks but right now my five favourite are.

1) Biffy Clyro - Many of Horror (Before that whiny X Factor prick went and gayed it up)
2) Placebo - The Bitter End (MrsHarris has really got me into them
3) AC/DC - Thunderstruck (Always been a favourite since I was about three. Stomping around a bar in Dunkirk with an oppo makes it an awesome song! :D )
4) Foo Fighters - Everlong (Hard one to pick, I could've picked any of their songs!)
5) Pendulum - Showdown (Absolutely brilliant song, one that makes you press that accelerator a bit further...)

As for best album? Biffy Clyro's Only Revolutions. Cracking album I can't recommend enough. Buy it now. NOW!
 
#99
Been a while since any artist made me sit up but I'm blown away by the voice of Josh Groban.He sang the backing in the Movie Troy,wonderful voice and you can catch it on U-Tube.
I went to buy his song book/CD, only to find he was singing that atrocious "You Raise me Up" I expect even Max Bygraves recorded that!
Wonderful artist and voice.
 
If I could take ony 5 albums with me onto a desert island they would be;

1. Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd (or Eclipse Live album. Comfortably Numb solo blows me away)
2. Electric Ladyland - Jimi Hendrix
3. Amused to Death - Roger Waters
4. Led Zep 4 - Led Zeppelin
5. Muddy Waters Greatest Hits
 
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