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(Re-Run) Greatest Album Ever - Group N - Vote For Your Top 2

(Re-Run) Greatest Album Ever - Group N - Vote For Your Top 2  

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  1. 1. (Re-Run) Greatest Album Ever - Group N - Vote For Your Top 2

    • Bob Dylan - Blond on Blond
    • Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
    • Steely Dan - Aja
    • Oasis - Definitely Maybe

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  • Poll closed on 24/02/21 at 10:45

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2 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Rumours is my favourite album of all time. It’s pretty much a flawless soft rock/pop album. It’s got no chance of winning this tournament, though. I’m surprised it received as many voters it has. 

Thankfully we've got a large number of posters who aren't deaf. 

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54 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Thankfully we've got a large number of posters who aren't deaf. 

Nah, we all just liked that fella on the skateboard with the cranberry juice.

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2 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Rumours is my favourite album of all time. It’s pretty much a flawless soft rock/pop album. It has got no chance of winning this tournament, though. I’m surprised it has received as many votes as it has, given most of the previous discussions on here about Fleetwood Mac have been in relation to Peter Green rather than the Buckingham Nicks era.

 

 

Yeah that's cos you're in love with that girl. 

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I don't know, the original band are one of the best bands  along with Free a bit later, to come from here but Fleetwood Mac were Ok and done nice songs that you can't deny. 

So I'm getting back to Heart Attack and Vine, but just before I descend into my favourite mode of melancholy I'll listen to Over My Head, a nice song sung by an equally nice voice. 

It's great track. 

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3 minutes ago, Skidfingers McGonical said:

Still 28 on this thread. 

 

Fnar! 

3 hours and that’s all you’ve got. 

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