The optimist in me says no...rather that it's ripe for a revolution. This hasn't happened since Nirvana, but, prior to that, it hadn't happened...
Forever Changes is the only great album on the list.
Both bands are talented and worth listening to, but this should not even be close. Specific albums aside, The White Stripes are by far the more...
White Blood Cells is the most cohesive, fully realized album they put out, so it got my vote based on the nature of the poll/thread. Elephant and...
While it's valid to rank any two albums relative to each other in that one must, by definition, be better, this not a particularly appropriate...
Woodstock is the obvious choice, but its sheer breadth makes it a cop-out answer. So, specifically The Who's performance at Woodstock. The Tommy...
Kick Out the Jams is a GREAT song, but I see it like this:
1. The original Summertime Blues by Eddie Cochran
2. Summertime Blues as covered by...
Out of my brain on the train.
Why isn't Tommy a choice? For me, it goes:
1. Who's Next
4. Live at Leeds
Those four (released consecutively:...
Blonde on Blonde by a mile. Four or five of Dylan's albums should tower over anything by an ex-Beatle, Imagine and Plastic Ono included.
If there's any justice, Pete, Lou Reed, and Tom Waits will get in. Aside from Elvis Costello, they're light years ahead of the rest of the field.
The thing is that CCR has better weapons to fight with than Bayou Country. I'd take Green River and possibly Cosmo's Factory over Big Pink, but...
Come on. Levon and The Hawks by a country mile.
Re: Born to Run vs. The Stranger
Although I slightly prefer Born to Run, I couldn't agree more. The reason I made this thread is because I...
I won't argue with that. Their music has certainly stood the test of time. I just won't care about any new material they record or consider...
No matter what Lady Gaga + Brian May et al might call themselves, Queen died along with Freddie Mercury.
What'll it be?
The Who back when they were mod vs. crazy Syd Barrett's Pink Floyd is a tough one...went with The Who on this particular song match-up though.
The blue-collar masterpiece or the lower middle-class masterpiece?
Yeah, I know The Who are gonna get massacred, but isn't this like The Beatles fourth of fifth best album? They don't walk on water, you know....
Consider this my RSVP!
High Voltage. Motley Crue is a bad joke.
Only 11 votes (including mine) for Dylan? Ridiculous.
I wish I was knowledgeable enough to comment here. The first wave of prog was fantastic. I assume all these albums must bow to "In the Court?"
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