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Greatest Album Ever - Group J (Vote for your top 2)

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  1. 1. Greatest Album Ever - Group J (Vote for your top 2)

    • Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material
    • Jean-Michele Jarre - Oxygene
    • Kate Bush - Hounds of Love
    • The Beatles - Rubber Soul

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  • Poll closed on 21/02/21 at 10:42

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Is that allowing two votes for others? I hadn't clicked multiple choice but I've edited it but it now won't let me place my second vote. 

 

Anyway Bush & The Beatles by far 

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All that bitching I’ve done about people only making one vote and through a technical error god lumps me in with the bastards. 

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Inflammable Material the easy choice here, for me. Suspect Device one of the great openers as well.

 

Otherwise Rubber Soul is clearly beyond Bush, great as she is.

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Hounds of Love is a masterpiece and Inflammable Material just grabs you with that opening riff to Suspect Device and shakes you around like a dog toy, right to the end.

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16 minutes ago, AngryofTuebrook said:

Hounds of Love is a masterpiece and Inflammable Material just grabs you with that opening riff to Suspect Device and shakes you around like a dog toy, right to the end.

Hounds of Love rep.

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Hounds of Love another album with an unbeatable three song run-

 

Running up that hill

Hounds of Love

Big Sky

 

Her voice on Big Sky is magic. To be fair the whole of Side 1 is impeccable.

 

And Rubber Soul - what could be said about it other than monumental. Again, another Beatles contender for greatest album ever recorded, with In My Life possibly Lennon's greatest song. The original lyrics were interesting, referencing Penny Lane and the Docker's Umbrella.

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It hasn't got a chance in hell of doing anything here, but I'm re-listening to Oxygene now and it still sounds absolutely majestic and so much fresher than any album recorded 45 years ago has a right to sound. Oxygene Part IV is probably the definitive synthesiser track until the end of all time.

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13 minutes ago, Strontium Dog™ said:

It hasn't got a chance in hell of doing anything here, but I'm re-listening to Oxygene now and it still sounds absolutely majestic and so much fresher than any album recorded 45 years ago has a right to sound. Oxygene Part IV is probably the definitive synthesiser track until the end of all time.

Agree with you on that mate. 

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