Desert Island Discs: 7 albums you couldn't live without

Discussion in 'The Coffee House' started by Kid B, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. Kid B

    Kid B Well-Known Member

    Could be a tough cookie - I can think of two right away but so many contenders to fill the list - if anyone wants to do this, join in here - I am keen to know your choices! :)
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  2. iam

    iam SF Supporter

    Good post Kid B, I'll need to give it some thought and get back to you. o_O:)
  3. Kid B

    Kid B Well-Known Member

    I am crayoning in this...

    KATE BUSH - Hounds Of Love / The Ninth Wave - EMI - 1986

    If I were on a desert island this would be essential. I think it is a pop masterpiece.
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  4. SinisterKid

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    Made in Japan: Deep Purple, the best live album of all time.
    The Joshua Tree: U2's finest hour and just a great album.
    Dark Side of the Moon: Pink Floyd, no explanation needed.
    Brothers: The Black Keys, just never tire of listening to this album
    Kick: INXS, just a fantastic album
    Rumours: Fleetwood Mac, simple one of the greatest albums every made.
    Appetite for Destruction: Guns n Roses, probably the best debut album of all time.
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  5. souncide

    souncide Well-Known Member

    This list tends to change, but here's what it looks like right now:
    John Frusciante - Shadows Collide With People
    Nirvana - In Utero
    Marilyn Manson - Mechanical Animals
    Red Hot Chili Peppers - By The Way
    Buckethead - Electric Tears
    Buckethead - Hold Me Forever (In memory of my mom Nancy York Carrol)
    David Bowie - Blackstar
  6. Kid B

    Kid B Well-Known Member

    Well Buckethead is a new one on me, haven't come across the name before.

    My second offering is this Genesis album. Considering that one of the songs is my favourite of all-time, A Trick Of The Tail could hardly be left at home. And allegedly it was Princess Diana's favourite, who would have thought that!

    Track by track review

  7. souncide

    souncide Well-Known Member

    Well then you're in for a treat, since Buckethead has over 200 solo albums to his name, all of different genres.
  8. Niantiel

    Niantiel Active Member

    Watain - Lawless Darkness
    The Devil's Blood - Come, Reap EP
    Nightbringer/Acherontas - The Ruins Of Edom Split
    Dissection - Reinkaos
    And an album made by a friend of mine that I wish not to list out of respect
  9. Fleetw

    Fleetw Member

    Flamingo Serenade- The Flamingos
    The Quiet Side of the New Christy Minstrels- The New Christy Minstrels
    Soundtrack to "American Graffiti."- various artists
    The Eagles; their greatest hits- The Eagles
    Harlem, N.Y., the doo-wop era- various artists