Top Five Albums of your Favourite Artists

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Dragz

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Dragon:
Body and the Beat
Bondi Road
Dreams of Ordinary Men
O'Zambezi
Live One

You all sing along to a bunch of the songs from those Albums in the pub. Admit it.
 

Hawk Dork

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Van Morrison

Astral Weeks
Moondance
Blowin your mind
Veedon Fleece
Tupelo Honey


Nina Simone

Nina Simone Sings the Blues
I Put a Spell on You
High Priestess of Soul
Silk & Soul
Here Comes the Sun

Iggy and The Stooges

Funhouse
Raw Power
The Stooges
Metalic KO
Lust for Life


Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

The Boatman's Call
Skeleton Tree
Abattoir Blues/The Lyre Of Orpheus
Tender Prey
Push The Sky Away











 

Johnny Ryall

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RATM

1. The Battle of Los Angeles
2. Rage Against the Machine
3. Evil Empire
4. Renegades
5. *Prophets of Rage (to make it up to 5)


Beastie Boys

1. Paul's Boutique
2. Hello Nasty
3. Ill Communication
4. Licensed to Ill
5. To the 5 Boroughs
 

Nathan Detroit

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this is an awesome thread. The variety of entries is outstanding. I have two bands I'd like to see added to the mix, but there's absolutely no way I could narrow either down to five albums, especially if you included live albums.
Rush had 19 studio and 11 live and I doubt I could pick five from the just the live let alone the studio.
Jethro Tull made 21 studio and 9 live. At least I think I could narrow it to studio albums, but seeing them live was better than any of those too.

Thanks for a GREAT thread!!!
 

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