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6 hours ago, username said:

I haven't heard this yet, but I'm going to see them live in a month so I really should. Is it good? 

It's good but Revelator is still their best work I find.

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2 hours ago, moreblack said:

It's good but Revelator is still their best work I find.

Listening now. I'm on the 4th song now and I'm really liking the vibe of this. 

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Moved across the country so played all the Led Zeppelin 2014 and beyond remasters, the bonus discs plus the BBC Sessions, The Song Remains the Same (remastered, the original I had packed away) and How the West Was Won. Celebration Day was packed away. Covered most of the trip. Wife changed the discs as I drove.

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The Idiot - Iggy Pop, a glorious artistic statement.  Just fucking mind-blowing, sort of pre-figured post punk.  And up there with the best of it, better than most of it.  For someone who was for many years considered an inarticulate lunkhead he had an amazing sense of musical directions and never stayed in one place long enough to stagnate.  God bless David Bowie too, his mate and collaborator.

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L.A. Guns - The Devil You Know

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Talk is Cheap - Keith Richards, way too good for a guitarists solo album.

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On 14/04/2019 at 4:22 AM, -W.A.R- said:

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I fuckin' love that band

On topic:

Alladin Sane - David Bowie

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King's X - Gretchen Goes To Nebraska

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On 3/27/2019 at 1:53 PM, Len Cnut said:

Brick by Brick - Iggy Pop

Slash shines on that one.

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Pink Floyd - Wish You Where Here 

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14 hours ago, moreblack said:

Slash shines on that one.

He does, doesn't he?  Some good strong work on there, he was sort of in his GnR pomp at that time.  Cracking lyrics by Iggy too, overall on the album I mean.

On topic:

Low by David Bowie might be one of the best albums I've ever heard.

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