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Old 02-14-2009, 04:48 PM   #111 (permalink)
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Old 02-15-2009, 09:52 AM   #112 (permalink)
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^^^ha ha. Glad to see Kansas (and Journey for that matter) made it to someone else's list. They get a bad rap, and it's true that compared to British rock, they pale. But there's nothing like Kansas lyrics (and that violin) for catharsis during adolescent angst.... For that alone, they rank high on my list!
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Old 02-15-2009, 08:49 PM   #113 (permalink)
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Rankings aside....Kansas have always seemed to be one of prog. rock's biggest failures to me. You go from their S/T, Song for America, and then hear them completely drop the ball with a AOR, Styx-esque piece of junk like Leftoverture within two freakin' years!!
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Old 02-16-2009, 11:31 AM   #114 (permalink)
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Rankings aside....Kansas have always seemed to be one of prog. rock's biggest failures to me. You go from their S/T, Song for America, and then hear them completely drop the ball with a AOR, Styx-esque piece of junk like Leftoverture within two freakin' years!!
yeah, consistency is not their forte...
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Old 02-16-2009, 03:09 PM   #118 (permalink)
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I've never really been into albums. When I was younger I always preferred "greatest hits" compilations or live albums.
I guess I could mention "Aerosmith: A Little South of Sanity", since it made me love Aerosmith; the first band I called "my favourite band". Even these days I never like a full album, if I buy a new one I listen to it a few times and then rip my favourite songs to the computer and let the cd collect dust.

The only *real* "most important album" would be Dream Theater's "Scenes From a Memory", since it made me love Dream Theater and it's probably still my all-time favourite album!
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Even these days I never like a full album,
You need to listen to a lot more albums then. My word, you're missing out on so much.
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I've never really been into albums. When I was younger I always preferred "greatest hits" compilations or live albums.
I guess I could mention "Aerosmith: A Little South of Sanity", since it made me love Aerosmith; the first band I called "my favourite band". Even these days I never like a full album, if I buy a new one I listen to it a few times and then rip my favourite songs to the computer and let the cd collect dust.

The only *real* "most important album" would be Dream Theater's "Scenes From a Memory", since it made me love Dream Theater and it's probably still my all-time favourite album!
It's strange that you like such proggy music but don't like albums.
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