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a.f.i - answer that and stay fashionable

screw 32 - unresolved childhood issues

suede - london suede

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the clash-london calling

lou reed- transformer

the libertines-up the bracket

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3 more

ny dolls- ny dolls

television- marquee moon

the ramones- the ramones

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and 4 more to bring this to the proper 10

iggy and the stooges- raw power

buzzcocks- singles going steady

the beatles- white album

joy division- unknown pleasures

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CMF good choices

I'd add Iggys-Fun House

Janes Addiction-Ritual de lo Habitual

Hendrix -Electric Ladyland

Ramones-Rocket to Russia

System of a Down-Mezmerize&Hypnotize

Alice in Chains-Dirt

The Who-Live at Leeds&Quadrophenia

Allman Brothers-Live at the FIlmore East

Zep III

I could go on and on.....

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i agree with everything on cheap muthas lists

here is a few...

the stooges- the stooges (just for no fun alone)

iggy-lust for life

liars-they threw us in...

stones-aftermath

radiohead-airbag ep

deerhoof-milkman

guns and roses-appetite for destruction

weezer-pinkerton

lightning bolt-anything

dfa1979 (rip)-you're a women im a machine

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a few of my favourites:

Metallica - Master of Puppets

Tool - Lateralus

Deftones - self titled

The Bled - Pass The Flask

Nirvana - In Utero

The Libertines - Up The Bracket

Radiohead - OK Computer

Muse - Origin of Symmetry

Leadbelly - Leadbelly's Last Sessions

The Mars Volta - Deloused In The Comatorium

Beatles - all of them

Silverchair - Diorama

Iggy - Raw Power

Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced?

Offspring - Smash

David Bowie - Man Who Sold The World

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rage against the machine - self-titled

ben folds - rockin the suburbs

queens of the stone age - songs for the deaf

foo fighters - the color and the shape

muse - origin of symmetry

radiohead - ok computer/the bends

deftones - self-titled

red hot chili peppers - bloodsugarsexmagik/californication

nirvana - in utero

john butler trio - sunrise over sea

led zeppelin - i/iv

pj harvey - stories from the city, stories from the sea

powderfinger - vulture street

wolfmother - self-titled

um, that was a lot more than 3. but oh well. i missed a lot out but its 1:40am and i can't think.

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a few of my favourites:

Metallica - Master of Puppets

Tool - Lateralus

Deftones - self titled

The Bled - Pass The Flask

Nirvana - In Utero

The Libertines - Up The Bracket

Radiohead - OK Computer

Muse - Origin of Symmetry

Leadbelly - Leadbelly's Last Sessions

The Mars Volta - Deloused In The Comatorium

Beatles - all of them

Silverchair - Diorama

Iggy - Raw Power

Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced?

Offspring - Smash

David Bowie - Man Who Sold The World

Who, I really like The Mars Volta Francis the Mute also.

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the blood brothers - march on electric children

led zeppelin - led zeppelin IV

broken social scene - you forgot it in people

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hey cheap, your list(s) are nice,

Joy Division- Unknown Pleasures

Interpol- Antics

Do make say think- and yet and yet

Deftones - deftones

Pink floyd- Piper at the gates of dawn

Beatles- White Album disc1

At the drive in- Relationship of command

The Smiths- Hatful of hollow

Blur- 13 ( very underated if you ask me )

so many great albums amongst the trite

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Bob Seger-Silver Bullet

The Allman Bros. Live at the Filmore

The White Album

HO-LYNSKYN..Gimme Back my Bullets

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the smiths - louder than bombs

the cardigans - life

stereolab - mars audiac qunitet

blur - park life

superdrag - regretfully yours

kula shaker - k

new order - republic

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Some really shody lists so far. Sort of dissapointed. A few good ones, but some of you need to dig a little deeper and expand your horizons on "rock"

In no order

The Replacements - Let It Be

Silver Jews - American Water

The Smiths - Queen Is Dead or S/T (it changes by whatever day of the week it is)

Yo La Tengo - Painful

Talking Heads - '77

Mekons - Mekons Rock 'n' Roll

Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me

Traveling Wilbury's - Traveling Wilbury's Vol. 1

Lucinda Williams - Car Wheels On A Gravel Road

Steely Dan - Countdown To Ecstasy

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Absolute Favorite-

- Modest Mouse “The Lonesome Crowded West”

Honorable Mentions (changing daily)

- Alkaline Trio “Goddammit”

- Arcade Fire “Funeral”

- At the Drive In “In / Casino / Out

- Cap’n Jazz “Analphabetapolotholgy”

- The Clash “Insert any and all here”

- Cursive “Domestica”

- Drive Like Jehu “Yank Crime”

- The GC5 “Never Bet The Devil Your Head”

- Hot Snakes “Audit in Progress”

- The Loved Ones “Keep Your Heart”

- The Smiths “Louder Than Bombs”

- Swingin’ Utters “The Streets Of San Francisco”

- The Stooges “Self Title”

- Oasis “Definitely Maybe”

- Broken Social Scene “any and all”

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Some really shody lists so far. Sort of dissapointed. A few good ones, but some of you need to dig a little deeper and expand your horizons on "rock"

This thread is a matter of opinion..not about what is generally accepted as the best rock albums ever.....and if you think that your list is delving a little deeper then you're some kind of moron

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Some really shody lists so far. Sort of dissapointed. A few good ones, but some of you need to dig a little deeper and expand your horizons on "rock"

In no order

The Replacements - Let It Be

Silver Jews - American Water

The Smiths - Queen Is Dead or S/T (it changes by whatever day of the week it is)

Yo La Tengo - Painful

Talking Heads - '77

Mekons - Mekons Rock 'n' Roll

Dinosaur Jr. - You're Living All Over Me

Traveling Wilbury's - Traveling Wilbury's Vol. 1

Lucinda Williams - Car Wheels On A Gravel Road

Steely Dan - Countdown To Ecstasy

i wouldnt consider lucinda williams "rock"

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instrumental:

1. mogwai - young team

2. don caballero - what burns never returns

3. explosions in the sky those who tell the truth shall die, those who tell the truth shall live forever

non-instrumental:

1. les savy fav - the cat and the cobra

2. sonic youth - dirty

3. the breeders - last splash(had to throw in a girl band)

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and if you think that your list is delving a little deeper then you're some kind of moron

Hahaha...its certainly more diverse then the "music" you posted.

*edit* Fuck it. It's not worth the time.

i wouldnt consider lucinda williams "rock"

Yeah, its the only one i debated listing, but its certainly the most "rocking" of her albums.

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Hahaha...its certainly more diverse then the "music" you posted. Tool? The Mars Volta? The Offspring? UGH.

Id be more then willing to call out a few more people on their shitty taste. Just try me.

Yeah, its the only one i debated listing, but its certainly the most "rocking" of her albums.

Whats wrong with Tool?...just because a band is well known and mass marketed doesnt void their contribution to "rock"...and as for my list, I just posted most of the albums that take me back to my teenage years..and the ones that fall into that category are usually what I consider to be my favourites.

oh and dont try to come off as a stuffy, eltitist rock-snob...its not like youve made any contribution to the history of rock...and trust me, youre no more in-the-know than anybody else here...its the fucking internet...we can hear everything...so eat a dick pipe down

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Whats wrong with Tool?...just because a band is well known and mass marketed doesnt void their contribution to "rock"...and as for my list, I just posted most of the albums that take me back to my teenage years..and the ones that fall into that category are usually what I consider to be my favourites.

oh and dont try to come off as a stuffy, eltitist rock-snob...its not like youve made any contribution to the history of rock...and trust me, youre no more in-the-know than anybody else here...its the fucking internet...we can hear everything...so eat a dick pipe down

Whats wrong with tool? Wait...it doesnt make your ears bleed?

As far as posting albums that "take you back", it's the same thing i did.

And where did i come off as an elitst (a term which gets thrown around far to frequently) :). It's not elitst to listen to better music then you do. You can talk about opinions all day long...

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tool is a prety dope band.

Whats wrong with Tool?...just because a band is well known and mass marketed doesnt void their contribution to "rock"...and as for my list, I just posted most of the albums that take me back to my teenage years..and the ones that fall into that category are usually what I consider to be my favourites.

oh and dont try to come off as a stuffy, eltitist rock-snob...its not like youve made any contribution to the history of rock...and trust me, youre no more in-the-know than anybody else here...its the fucking internet...we can hear everything...so eat a dick pipe down

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Whats wrong with tool? Wait...it doesnt make your ears bleed?

As far as posting albums that "take you back", it's the same thing i did.

And where did i come off as an elitst (a term which gets thrown around far to frequently) :). It's not elitst to listen to better music then you do. You can talk about opinions all day long...

ha!..you might listen to the music, but you dont hear it...youre too busy giving it a grade.....and fuck me if I'm wrong but, didnt i see The Traveling Wilbury's on your list??..you might aswell put Velvet Revolver or some other super-ultra-mega group up there too....actually...no...I like the Wilburys..they did good things...i take that back....and I actually like your list too...I just went with what I liked as a teenager...if i was to post a list of albums I favour now it would've been different..

"...are you reelin in the yeeeeeeeeeeears?....storin away the tiiiiiiiiiiiiime?" lol

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