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Old 05-17-2012, 01:09 PM   #101 (permalink)
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@OP: 1973 list that doesn't include Dark Side of the Moon = an incomplete list IMO.
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Old 05-18-2012, 09:49 AM   #102 (permalink)
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Great thread streetwave. My 60's knowledge is pitiful and I've been meaning to bone up. The Sonics just blew me away. I had no idea such raw rock'n'roll was being made in 1965.
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Old 05-21-2012, 04:18 AM   #103 (permalink)
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Great thread streetwave. My 60's knowledge is pitiful and I've been meaning to bone up. The Sonics just blew me away. I had no idea such raw rock'n'roll was being made in 1965.
Man you need to start with the Doors and finish with the Doors...........no just kidding there, they might be the best band of the era but there are a whole load of fantastic other bands and albums too. If you want, I'd recommend a whole of lot stuff for you and again for the 1970s, I know quite a bit about your music tastes, so would have a good idea on what you might like.
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Old 05-21-2012, 04:28 AM   #104 (permalink)
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Great thread streetwave. My 60's knowledge is pitiful and I've been meaning to bone up. The Sonics just blew me away. I had no idea such raw rock'n'roll was being made in 1965.
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Old 05-21-2012, 11:26 AM   #105 (permalink)
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Man you need to start with the Doors and finish with the Doors...........no just kidding there, they might be the best band of the era but there are a whole load of fantastic other bands and albums too. If you want, I'd recommend a whole of lot stuff for you and again for the 1970s, I know quite a bit about your music tastes, so would have a good idea on what you might like.
Actually, I'm trolling for garage rock at the moment. Listening to The Seeds, The Zombies, obsessively over playing The Sonics, and checking out Count Five ATM.
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Old 05-21-2012, 12:25 PM   #106 (permalink)
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Actually, I'm trolling for garage rock at the moment. Listening to The Seeds, The Zombies, obsessively over playing The Sonics, and checking out Count Five ATM.
Its not that I don't like garage rock, but I tend to think of it as the least interesting of the principal music genres of the 1960s. Psychedelic rock, acid rock, R&B and blues rock I found a lot more interesting and generally had better quality bands. Most of the Zombies discography is far too melodic to be considered garage rock.

Now here's a gem that I'm sure you'll like, its the debut Deviants album and is a fantastic mixture of garage rock and psychedelic rock, few garage rock bands could put out anything as good as this.

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Old 05-22-2012, 08:03 PM   #109 (permalink)
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2001
.Slipknot-IOWA
.Lovage-Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By
.Jonathan Davis-Queen Of The Damned
.Opeth-Blackwater Park
.Tool-Lateralus

2002
.Superjoint Ritual-Use Once & Destroy
.Korn-Untouchables
.Deadsy-Commencement
.Silverchair-Diorama
.Queens Of The Stone Age-Songs For The Deaf

2003
.The White Stripes-Elephant
.Tomahawk-Mit Gas
.Deftones-Deftones
.Superjoint Ritual-A Lethal Dose Of American Hatred
.King Geedorah-Take Me To Your Leader

2004
.Secret Chiefs 3-Book of Horizons
.MF Doom-MM...Food
.The Dillinger Escape Plan-Miss Machine
.Slipknot-Vol. 3: The Subliminal Verses
.Witchcraft-Witchcraft

2005
.Behemoth-Demigod
.Queens Of The Stone Age-Lullabies To Paralyze
.The Dissociatives-The Dissociatives
.Fantômas-Suspended Animation
.Team Sleep-Team Sleep

2006
.The Mars Volta-Amputechture
.From First To Last-Heroine
.OOIOO-Taiga
.Deadsy-Phantasmagore
.Meshuggah-Nothing

2007
.Silverchair-Young Modern
.Gorgoroth-Ad Majorem Sathanas Gloriam
.Pig Destroyer-Phantom Limb
.Calle 13-Residente o Visitante
.Umlaut-Umlaut

2008
.Slipknot-All Hope Is Gone
.Mike Patton-"A Perfect Place" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
.Dir en grey-Uroboros
.One Day As a Lion-One Day As a Lion
.The Last Shadow Puppets-The Age Of The Understatement

2009
.MF Doom-Born Like This
.The Qemists-Join The Q
.Dead Weather-Horehound
.Lady GaGa-The Fame Monster
.Mike Patton-Crank: High Voltage (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

2010
.Arson Anthem-Insecurity Notoriety
.Deftones-Diamond Eyes
.Skrillex-Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
.Mike Patton-Mondo Cane
.Korn-Korn III: Remember Who You Are

2011
.Tyler, The Creator-GOBLIN
.Incubus-If Not Now, When? (Deluxe Version)
.DIR EN GREY-DUM SPIRO SPERO
.Dope D.O.D.-Branded - Pandora's Box (Limited Edition)
.Korn-The Path Of Totality (Special Edition)

2012
.††† (Crosses)-EP †† - EP
.Lil B-White Flame
.Santigold-Master of My Make-Believe (Deluxe Version)
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Old 05-23-2012, 10:40 AM   #110 (permalink)
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Duuuude. Good call. Garage rock on drugs and insanity.
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