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View OllieMaidstoneEagle's Profile OllieMaidstoneEagle Flag Maidstone, Kent 19 Apr 15 5.27pm Send a Private Message to OllieMaidstoneEagle Add OllieMaidstoneEagle as a friend

You know something,we might not be experts on footy(we are Palace fans afterall!) but there's a lot of us with fookin' great music tastes! Also, I've realised you just cannot get a definitive "Top Ten". Ollie's Dad,Ash.

 


Red and Blue Army!
LONDON BORN PALACE BRED LIVE AND DIE FOR BLUE AND RED
Football is not just a game, its a religion

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View Bramley Eagle's Profile Bramley Eagle Flag Bramley, Hampshire 19 Apr 15 5.29pm Send a Private Message to Bramley Eagle Add Bramley Eagle as a friend

Who's Next - The Who (featuring 'Baba O'Riley, see previous commnent)
Let It Bleed - The Rolling Stones
Desperado - The Eagles
Talking Book - Stevie Wonder
Spirit - 12 Dreams of Doctor Sardonicus
Tales of Mystery and Imagination - The Alan Parsons Project
The Hissing of Summer Lawns - Joni Mitchell
18 - Moby
Abraxas - Santana
Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

I must be getting old...

 

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View barber o'reilly's Profile barber o'reilly Flag Teenage Wasteland 19 Apr 15 5.32pm Send a Private Message to barber o'reilly Add barber o'reilly as a friend

Not that I don't like The Who but the username is in homage to Phil Barber and Gary O'reilly. Hope this helps

 


Shed 7 - Maroon 5 . A real end to end encounter !

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Quote barber o'reilly at 19 Apr 2015 5.32pm

Not that I don't like The Who but the username is in homage to Phil Barber and Gary O'reilly. Hope this helps

To be fair barbs, with your location given as teenage wasteland, it is easy to be tricked into thinking otherwise.

 


Is this a five minute argument, or the full half hour? [Link]

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Quote kayjaybee at 18 Apr 2015 8.57pm

here we go
the yes album yes
crime of the century supertramp
after the gold rush neil young
touch me the enid
snowflakes are dancing tomita
autumn george winston
dark side of the moon pink floyd
sigh no more mumford and sons
alarms in the heart dry the river
pet sounds beach boys
again will change on a weekly basis

forgot,
santana santana
the way it is bruce hornsby and the range
mind you thats 12 innit

 

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View Bramley Eagle's Profile Bramley Eagle Flag Bramley, Hampshire 19 Apr 15 6.18pm Send a Private Message to Bramley Eagle Add Bramley Eagle as a friend

Quote barber o'reilly at 19 Apr 2015 5.32pm

Not that I don't like The Who but the username is in homage to Phil Barber and Gary O'reilly. Hope this helps

Yes I get it... Who's Next is my top album, see list. I noticed the 'Shed 7 Maroon 5' gag as well

Edited by Bramley Eagle (19 Apr 2015 6.19pm)

 

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View mr. apollo's Profile mr. apollo Flag Somewhere in Switzerland 19 Apr 15 6.24pm Send a Private Message to mr. apollo Add mr. apollo as a friend

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Quote Bramley Eagle at 19 Apr 2015 5.29pm

Who's Next - The Who (featuring 'Baba O'Riley, see previous commnent)
Let It Bleed - The Rolling Stones
Desperado - The Eagles
Talking Book - Stevie Wonder
Spirit - 12 Dreams of Doctor Sardonicus

Tales of Mystery and Imagination - The Alan Parsons Project
The Hissing of Summer Lawns - Joni Mitchell
18 - Moby
Abraxas - Santana
Dark Side of the Moon - Pink Floyd

I must be getting old...


Two really good calls

 


Glad
All
Over

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View lil j-eagle's Profile lil j-eagle Flag little bookham 19 Apr 15 10.15pm Send a Private Message to lil j-eagle Add lil j-eagle as a friend

Stone roses - Stone roses
Whatever people say i am that's what i'm not - Arctic monkeys
Definitely Maybe - Oasis
Highway 61 revisited - Bob Dylan
Ok computer - Radiohead
The Bends - Radiohead
Revolver - The Beatles
Hunky Dory - David Bowie
Wish you were here - Pink floyd
AM/La's/Morning glory/bringing it all back home

If i were to pick one it'd be definitely maybe, or possibly revolver

 


Messi, you're good, but you can't hit a ball like ambrose

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View Tom-the-eagle's Profile Tom-the-eagle Flag Croydon 19 Apr 15 10.57pm Send a Private Message to Tom-the-eagle Add Tom-the-eagle as a friend

Quote nickgusset at 18 Apr 2015 10.56pm

What if you had to pick just 1?

Mine would be Hunky Dory


If I had to pick just one Nick then it would have to be Hatful of Hollow - The Smiths. The album that changed my life.
I remember this coming out in about 1984 or so and it staying on my Amstrad turntable the whole summer. Bearing in mind the mid-eighties were full of Simon Le Bons etc swanning around on yachts with super models and sun tans, being a spotting 15 year old from a council flat who couldn’t pull a bird for love nor money I didn’t really get music until this album came out and I heard Morrissey’s lyrics. It was as if he had written the album just for me. Guess what makes something great though is that it still has the same effect on me 25 years later (although my kids and Mrs all kick up an almighty stink whenever I try to play it in the car).


 


"It feels much better than it ever did, much more sensitive." John Wayne Bobbit

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nickgusset Flag Shizzlehurst 19 Apr 15 11.01pm

Quote Tom-the-eagle at 19 Apr 2015 10.57pm

Quote nickgusset at 18 Apr 2015 10.56pm

What if you had to pick just 1?

Mine would be Hunky Dory


If I had to pick just one Nick then it would have to be Hatful of Hollow - The Smiths. The album that changed my life.
I remember this coming out in about 1984 or so and it staying on my Amstrad turntable the whole summer. Bearing in mind the mid-eighties were full of Simon Le Bons etc swanning around on yachts with super models and sun tans, being a spotting 15 year old from a council flat who couldn’t pull a bird for love nor money I didn’t really get music until this album came out and I heard Morrissey’s lyrics. It was as if he had written the album just for me. Guess what makes something great though is that it still has the same effect on me 25 years later (although my kids and Mrs all kick up an almighty stink whenever I try to play it in the car).



Pretty much sums it up for me too. Morrissey certainly struck a chord. Ironically, liking the smiths helped me get 2 or 3 chicks back then.

A shame mozza turned out to be such a wassock.

Edited by nickgusset (19 Apr 2015 11.02pm)

 

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View OldFella's Profile OldFella Flag London 19 Apr 15 11.25pm Send a Private Message to OldFella Add OldFella as a friend

In no particular order

The Kick Inside, Kate Bush
Dark Side of The Moon, Pink Floyd
Stranded, Roxy Music
Ziggy Stardust, David Bowie
Parallel Lines, Blondie
Best Years of Our Lives, Steve Harley and Cockney Rebel
Searching for The Young Soul Rebels, Dexy's Midnight Runners
Let It Bleed, Rolling Stones
London Calling, Clash
Kind Of Blue, Miles Davis

 


Jackson.. Wan Bissaka.... Sansom.. Nicholas.. Cannon.. Cahill.... Zaha... Thomas.. Wright.. Holton.. Rogers.. that should do it..

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View Superfly's Profile Superfly Flag The sun always shines in Catford 20 Apr 15 12.03pm Send a Private Message to Superfly Add Superfly as a friend

I've taken the piddle with numbers but I doubt this would change much

At least 4 of the below are in my collection courtesy of staffie

My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Thomas Lang - Scallywag Jazz
The Jam - Direction Reaction Creation
Talking Heads - MSAB&Food
Joy Division - Unknown Pleasures
Definitive Impressions
Wedding Present - George Best
Breeders - Pod
Marvin Gaye - Trouble Man
Belly - Star
Cocteau Twins - Blue Bell Knoll
The Essential Billie Holiday
Portishead - Portishead
Sonic Youth - Daydream Nation
Shelleyan Orphan - Helleborine
Nine Below Zero - Live at the Marquee
The Pixies - Surfer Rosa

 


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