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10 Best Rock Albums of the Last 30 Years

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Re: 10 Best Rock Albums of the Last 30 Years

Unread postby municipalmutt » Sat Mar 19, 2011 11:05 pm

No particular order and subject to change tomorrow:
Joe Satriani - Surfing With The Alien
Dream Theater - Awake
Pantera - Cowboys From Hell
Jeff Beck - Guitar Shop
Megadeth - Rust In Peace
The Tea Party - Triptych
Black Sabbath - Dehumanizer
Tommy Bolin - Archives Vol 1
Yes - The Ladder
Pink Floyd - Delicate Sound Of Thunder
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Re: 10 Best Rock Albums of the Last 30 Years

Unread postby Larvell Blanks » Tue Mar 22, 2011 2:03 pm

Once this gets released, it'll top everyone's list!


Galley Boys are slop on top of a so-so burger and a bun you coulde get from a Covneninet food mart generic pack. They the Antoine Joubert of burgers; soft, sloppy, oozing grease and cheap sauce and extremely overrated by a biased fan base. Proof that if you throw enough cheap sauce shit on a burger you still can't overcome the lame burger. -JB
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Re: 10 Best Rock Albums of the Last 30 Years

Unread postby jb » Tue Mar 22, 2011 3:59 pm

Spin wrote:Are you talking "first rapper" or "first mainstream rap"? I have it she was the first to bring rap to the mainstream, something I have never forgiven them for...


In November 1980, Blondie's fifth studio album, Autoamerican (Australia, #8, UK #3, US #7) was released and contained two more #1 US hits: the reggae-styled "The Tide Is High", a cover version of a 1967 song by The Paragons, and the rap-flavored "Rapture", which was one of the earliest songs containing elements of rap vocals to reach number one in the U.S.,[citation needed] sweeping the world by storm. "Rapture" would be the band's only single to achieve a higher chart position on the U.S. charts than in the UK, where it peaked at #5. Autoamerican was a departure from previous Blondie records, featuring less New Wave and rock in favor of stylistic experiments, including acoustic jazz: "Faces", and from an early Broadway show, "Camelot", came "Follow Me". As the title somewhat suggested, a recurring general theme of the album was the car as a subject; obvious for example in the song "T-Birds", referring to the Ford Thunderbird, and Debbie's spoken intro after the first instrumental track, "Europa". Autoamerican was, however, not generally well-received by critics.

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