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    Favorite Album.

    Of all time?
    I became aware of music about 1968, so I've seen a lot of good music come and go. Just curious what your choices might be?
    I remember laying on top if the Tanks blow off panels, looking at the stars deep in the Deserts of Saudi Arabia and listening to "Dark Side of the Moon" after a long day of road marching to our kickoff point.

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    Metallica The Black Album. Played it so much in college that to this day I hit the exact time between the end of one song and the next.

    Beastie Boys Ill Comminication- A Change from their juvenile rap to more nuanced and experimental, and one of the greatest songs of all time, Sabotage. An eclectic mix of different music, great to play in the background while drinking and BSing with friends.

    But if I had to pick just one, Led Zeppelin IV. All solid songs, and the mechanics behind the time signature of Black Dog is intense.
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    Crack the Skye by Mastodon.

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    I couldn't begin to narrow it down to just one.



    And there is nothing I hate more than hearing the same song over and over, classic rock radio stations being among the worst. I used to like a few artist that I never want to hear again.
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    REO Speedwagon - Hi Infidelity. I must have worn out the grooves in the LP. Also had a cassette and 8 track, those two are long gone. Now I have a CD.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sam View Post
    REO Speedwagon - Hi Infidelity. I must have worn out the grooves in the LP. Also had a cassette and 8 track, those two are long gone. Now I have a CD.
    I had a friend going through a divorce who played it until the wheels came off. I ejected the cassette and threw it out the window.
    Depressing.

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    On iTunes I created my own play list of 80s and 90s rock. Shared it with my family. My teenage daughter gets in my wife’s car, music starts playing and she says “That’s Dad’s playlist, right?”. And so it was. Daughter likes 80s tunes, loves to educate her friends about them, but I think I’ve over done it…
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    Metallica’s …And Justice For All. The music video for One turned me into a metal head for life.

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    Favorite Album.

    That easy.

    2112

    Attention all planets of the solar federation, we have assumed control, we have assumed control.

    More relevant today than it was in the 70’s.
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    Like Steyr said, it's hard to narrow it down to just one but I've seen some of my favorites mentioned already, 2112 & Dark Side of the Moon. There's also Rumours, Hotel California and the list goes on.
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