Favourite Album.

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  1. Do you have an album where you do not skip any tracks ? , every track you say yes.
    Mine would be Closer from Joy Division , second , Unknown Pleasures.
     
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  2. Strength by the Alarm

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  3. Gaudi by The Alan Parsons Project
    La Sagrada Familia is an amazing track
     
  4. (granny)

    (granny) War Hero Book Reviewer

    Two by Sinatra.... ' Only the lonely' and 'A man alone'. I always prefer Frank in his more reflective albums.
     
  5. Bridge over Troubled Water by Simon the Carbuncle;), not a duff track on it
     
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  6. Queen II. Essence.

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  7. Closely followed by A Night at the Opera.
     
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  8. Having just played it, another where I would not skip any tracks....Osibisa Woyaya .
    Here is a sample , stick with it as there is some tribal chanting at the start --- . Survival


    Should cheer up your Sunday morning.
     
  9. I still remember the day I first heard this. I was captivated.

    Rush can be a bit of an acquired taste, but I would challenge anyone to listen to this and not enjoy it.

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  10. And this one goes without saying . . .

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  11. Blackrat

    Blackrat War Hero Moderator Book Reviewer

    An interesting question. An album to listen to in it's entirety? For me, there are several:

    Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
    Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
    All Mod Cons - The Jam
    Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
    Hotel California - The Eagles
    The Bends - Radiohead
    Abbey Road - The Beatles
    The Rise and fall of Ziggy Stardust - David Bowie

    There are more, but i'd have to think about it. Most albums i have there are always one or two tracks i skip.
     
  12. I have two 'go-to' albums:

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  13. Meatloaf 'Bat Out Of Hell' Just brilliant when night driving.
     
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  14. War of the Worlds
     
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  15. Just wondering why nobody has come up with any Rolf Harris or Garry Glitter albums:(:mad::(
    Is it cos they are bad boys?
     
  16. No.

    It's because they are not very good.

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  18. You rotten sod, saying that will get you thrown out of the Gang:D
     
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  19. Puts on serious music head and decides that I've probably
    parked this one on a turntable, in a cassette player, on a
    Walkman.....and every other music player than anything
    else I have ever posessed, musically speaking.
     
  20. foster the people - Torches
    Arctic Monkeys - AM
     

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