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    Quote Originally Posted by Trane View Post
    I wouldn't sweat it... there are some odd choices in that list, let alone in the choice of album for a group... (Trilogy?? Ballerman?? Cyclone?? Photo Of Ghosts??)
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    “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”

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    Desert Island Seven:

    Emerson, Lake and Palmer - Brain Salad Surgery
    U.K. - U.K.
    Jethro Tull - Thick As A Brick
    Pink Floyd - Animals
    Yes - Close To the Edge
    King Crimson - Red
    Genesis - Selling England By The Pound

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    Desert Island 10

    Univers Zero - Ceux De Dehors
    Pink Floyd - Animals
    Roy Harper - Stormcock
    Rainbow - Rising
    King Crimson - Larks Tongues In Aspic
    John Coltrane - A Love Supreme
    John Lee Hooker - The Healer
    Ligeti - String Quartets
    Mike Oldfield - Ommadawn
    Leonard Cohen - New Skin For The Old Ceremony
    Ian

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    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Ahvak
    Book Of Knots
    Combat Astronomy
    DAAU
    Eskaton
    Far Corner
    Guapo
    Henry Cow
    Idiot Flesh
    Jack O The Clock
    Koenjihyakkei
    Luz De Riada
    Miriodor
    Nazca
    October Equus
    Present
    Quintorigo
    Rational Diet
    Sleepytime Gorilla Museum
    Thinking Plague
    Univers Zero
    Von Zamla
    Dave Willey
    Xing Sa
    Yugen
    Zamla Mammaz Manna
    5UU
    Ian

    I blame Wynton, what was the question?
    There are only 10 types of people in the World, those who understand binary and those that don't.

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    Desert Island 10 (not necessarily records and assuming I have the equipment on which to play the media):

    1. Shine on Brightly - Procol Harum
    2. Pet Sounds - Beach Boys
    3. Lori Saunders (perpetually at her Petticoat Junction loveliness)
    4. Entire Mason Proffitt catalogue
    5. The complete series of Get Smart on DVD
    6. The Stand complete version - Stephen King
    7. The Land of Laughs - Jonathan Carroll
    8. Facing Future - Israel Kaʻanoʻi Kamakawiwoʻole
    9. The complete series of Saint Elsewhere on DVD
    10. The Rat - best Boston club ever and all the bands that ever played there
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    Top Ten TV series

    The original Star Trek
    Dragnet
    Racket Squad
    One Step Beyond
    Ironside
    Get Smart
    Daniel Boone
    Ramar Of the Jungle
    The original Outer Limits
    Northwest Passage
    "and what music unites, man should not take apart"-Helmut Koellen

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    Top 10 favorite (studio) albums of all-time:

    10.) PF- DSotM
    9.) Transatlantic- SMPTe
    8.) Shadow Gallery- Tyranny
    7.) Threshold- Extinct Instinct
    6.) KC- ITCotCK
    5.) Genesis- Foxtrot
    4.) PF- The Wall
    3.) Queensryche- Operation:Mindcrime
    2.) marillion- Brave
    1.) DT- Metropolis Pt. 2: Scenes from a Memory
    'The smell of strange colours are heard everywhere'- Threshold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musitron View Post
    First time i heard them. I like it. Thanks.
    Ethos was from, of all places, Terre Haute, Indiana. One of their 2 keyboard players, L(arry) Duncan Hammond (yes, Hammond is his real last name) lived in Madison before he auditioned for & got the gig w/Ethos & moved to Indiana. We knew each other from playing out on the same bill a few times (he had a keyboard driven cover band in Madison w/a Brian Auger vibe).

    If you like "Open Up", their debut "Ardour" is considered by most, incl me, to be their best work. Check it out.
    "My choice early in life was either to be a piano player in a whorehouse or a politician, and to tell the truth, there's hardly any difference"

    President Harry S. Truman

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    Quote Originally Posted by progeezer View Post
    Ethos was from, of all places, Terre Haute, Indiana. One of their 2 keyboard players, L(arry) Duncan Hammond (yes, Hammond is his real last name) lived in Madison before he auditioned for & got the gig w/Ethos & moved to Indiana. We knew each other from playing out on the same bill a few times (he had a keyboard driven cover band in Madison w/a Brian Auger vibe).

    If you like "Open Up", their debut "Ardour" is considered by most, incl me, to be their best work. Check it out.
    I used to have the "Ardour" album. I am so sorry I got rid of it years ago. Now that I want it back, I can't find a copy for single-digit dollars. Same for Fireballet.
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    Spandau Ballet
    Kraftwerk
    The Cure
    The Human League
    Siouxsie and the Banshees
    ABC
    Visage
    Icehouse
    Duran Duran
    Bauhaus
    Soft Cell
    Classix Nouveau
    Cabaret Voltaire
    Heaven 17
    Sisters of Mercy
    The Mission
    Black
    Arcadia
    Eurythmics
    Laibach
    Ministry
    KMFDM
    Fiction Factory
    China Crisis
    Gang of Four
    Alien Sex Fiend
    D.A.F
    Einsturzende Neubauten
    Sex Gang Children
    Red Lorry Hello Lorry
    Gene Loves JJezebel
    Pet Shop Boys
    Erasure
    Flesh For Lulu
    Nitzer Ebb
    Front 242
    All About Eve
    Inkubus Sukkubus
    Depeche Mode
    Japan
    New Order
    Gary Numan
    Tubeway Army
    Alphaville
    Front Line Assembly
    The Veil
    The Danse Society
    Rose of Avalanche
    Love and Rockets
    Landscape
    Fields of the Nephilim
    Propaganda
    Fad Gadget
    Yello
    Frankie Goes To Hollywood
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    Mom, don't make me go to the party, all the good lists are taken.
    The older I get, the better I was.

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    Here as in the OT thread or here as in this thread?

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    Alkemyst, Avantasia, Avatarium, Accept, Atrox, Always War, Apocalyptica.

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    First band to come to my head for each letter of the alphabet:

    Advent
    Big Big Train
    Camel
    Dungen
    Ere G
    Finch
    Gentle Giant
    Hatfield & The North
    Il Volo
    Jade Warrior
    King Crimson
    Love
    Magma
    Nektar
    Osibisa
    PFM
    Quicksilver MS
    Renaissance
    Shylock
    Theives' Kitchen
    Uzva
    Ventures
    White Willow
    XTC
    Yes
    Zao

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    Oh so this is where all the recent top five lists belong then huh? When will these kids ever learn.

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    Milk
    Bread
    Breakfast cereal
    Peanut butter
    Fruit
    Veggies
    Cooking oil
    Coffee

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    I'd just like to share my Heavy Floyd playlist of early tracks (pre-Dark Side) in the space rock, acid rock, heavy rock & blues rock styles:

    Astronomy Domine
    Interstellar Overdrive
    Let There Be More Light
    Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun
    A Saucerful of Secrets
    The Nile Song
    Ibiza Bar
    Quicksilver
    Careful With That Axe Eugene
    Fat Old Sun
    One Of These Days
    Fearless
    Obscured By Clouds
    When You're In
    The Gold It's In The...

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    Favorite pieces of music, any genre, today (tomorrow would be a different ten):

    Son of There's No Place Like Homerton
    Tenemos Roads
    Firth of Fifth
    One For The Vine
    All The Fallen People
    Child is the Father of the Man
    Blade
    Appena Un Po
    Ramblin' Sailor
    Brigg Fair

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    Guitarist Pantheon

    Huw Lloyd Langton
    Buck Dharma
    Rune Eriksen
    Knut Magne Valle
    Samoth
    Jerry Cantrell
    "Alienated-so alien I go!"

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    Gimmie 10 Post Hardcore albums


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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterG View Post
    Big 5 from the Big 5

    JT- SftW
    G - Trick
    PF - DSotM
    Y - Fragile
    KC - ItCotCK

    Big 5 from the Lesser 5

    GG - AtT
    Camel - Mirage
    ELP - BSS
    Caravan - grey/pink
    UH - D & W
    reminds me of a joke:
    I work in regulatory compliance and regulations and agencies are known by anagrams, such as BSA, FinCEN, TILA, TIS, Reg Z, CFPB, etc. So one day I was reviewing policies and was writing in the margins and was using texting abbreviations so it would not take up too much space. After making my notes and submitting them to executive management, I get a call from the administrative assistant to executive management, "We are confused over this one thing-what is AFAIK? We never heard of this regulation before!"
    Me: "Um...As Far As I Know."
    There was silence and then I heard laughing...
    "Alienated-so alien I go!"

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    Here's a nice little tension releasing list we can all participate in, all contribute to.

    Songs that have reached their shelf life, their sell by date.

    Or, what I like to call songs that should be consigned to the scrapheap of history.

    No requirement other than you're up to here/hear with this song.

    I'll start.

    Please. Please! No more YMCA by The Village People. I know, I know. There was a cute, little dance with letters and everything. But, it's got to go. Any further repetitions are just sonic self flagellation, musical masochism.
    Perhaps finding the happy medium is harder than we know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bob_32_116 View Post
    Milk
    Bread
    Breakfast cereal
    Peanut butter
    Fruit
    Veggies
    Cooking oil
    Coffee
    ENGLISH RIBS OF BEEF BONE-IN
    PEEK FREANS FAMILY ASSORTED
    FAIRY LIQUID GIANT
    TABLE JELLYS
    ANCHOR BUTTER
    BIRDS EYE DAIRY CREAM SPONGE

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    "Which happened during the roaring seventies in July." Lyrics from the beginning of side 1 of Amon Duul II Dance of the Lemmings album.

    "There I was on a July morning" from Uriah Heep July Morning song.

    Other lyric or song title July references?

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