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Old 30th April 2010, 05:00 PM
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All of whom pass with distinction in my book too.

The Zombies Odessey And Oracle (yep, that's how it's spelt) is one of the great albums of the 60's by any standards.
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Old 30th April 2010, 05:08 PM
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One of the best albums I've ever heard has to be

The Panic Channel - 0ne

For those who don't know who The Panic Channel are, they're basically Janes Addicton with a different and much much better singer/songwriter.

Only released one album before splitting up and it's my all time favourite album. Just makes me wonder what other beautiful stuff they could have released
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Old 30th April 2010, 06:00 PM
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Some of my favourite albums...
  • The Queen is Dead (The Smiths)
    Meat is Murder (The Smiths)
    The Smiths (The Smiths)
    This World and Body (Marion)
    Pornography (The Cure)
    Disintegration (The Cure)
    Briskeby - Jeans for Onassis
    Violator (Depeche Mode)
    Music for the Masses (Depeche Mode)
    The Stone Roses (The Stone Roses)
    London Calling (The Clash)
    It's Only Right and Natural (The Frogs)
    His 'n' Hers (Pulp)
    Songs for Swingin' Lovers (Frank Sinatra)
    Lackluster Me (Savoy)
    The Bends (Radiohead)
    Finelines (My Vitriol)
    Outside (David Bowie)
    New Skin for the Old Ceremony (Leonard Coen)
    Wednesday Morning, 3am (Simon & Garfunkel)
    The La's (The La's)
    Generation Terrorists (Manic Street Preachers)

Okay, so there are more than ten there! Or maybe I am just bad at arithmetic!
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All of whom pass with distinction in my book too.

The Zombies Odessey And Oracle (yep, that's how it's spelt) is one of the great albums of the 60's by any standards.
The Time Of The Season is a great song - a sweet surface hiding a depth of threat and violence.
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Old 2nd May 2010, 12:51 AM
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A family member lives next door to the singer/guitarist from the Zombies. I'll have to visit so I can meet him and have a jam with him.
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Old 2nd May 2010, 02:06 AM
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Discogs is where I usually buy all my records these days. Such an amazing resource! Thanks for the info, much appreciated
It can be useful. Can also be heavily over priced. Seriously it's amazing how much people will sell stuff on there for compared to how much it goes for other places.
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Old 2nd May 2010, 03:20 PM
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I'm into '80s and '90s Trad Goth, as well as Post-Punk, New Wave and some Synthpop.

Here's my current top 10:
  1. The Sisters Of Mercy : First And Last And Always
  2. The Smiths : The Smiths
  3. The Cure : Pornography
  4. ABC : The Lexicon Of Love
  5. Siouxsie And The Banshees : Juju
  6. James Rays Gangwar : Dios Esta De Nuestro Lado
  7. Richard Strange & The Engine Room : Going Gone
  8. David Bowie : The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars
  9. Rosetta Stone : An Eye For The Main Chance
  10. The Fixx : Reach The Beach

Along with: Morrissey, The Merry Thoughts, The Beatles, The Mission, The Psychedlic Furs, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Pretentious Moi, James Ray And The Performance, The Danse Society, Gene Loves Jezebel, Fields Of The Nephilim, The Servants, Bauhaus, Depeche Mode, The March Violets, Ghost Dance... and The Sisters Of Mercy again...

some nice choices there

trad Goth

1 Bauhuas- Mask
2 Southern Death Cult- Southern Death Cult
3 Play Dead- The First Flower
4 Xmal Deytschland- Tocsin
5 Sex Gang Children- Song & Legend
6 Christian Death- Only Theatre of Pain
7 Play Dead- Company of Justice
8 The March Violets- Natural History
9 Skeletal Family- Burning Oil
10 Siouxsie & the Banshees- Juju


2ND wave/Dark Wave

1 Rosetta Stone- An Eye For the Main Chance
2 Every New Dead Ghost- River of Souls
3 Children on Stun- Tourniquets of loves Desire
4 Vendemian- One Eye Open
5 Nosferatu- The Prophecy
6 Inkubus Sukkubus- Belladonna & Aconite
7 The Wake- Masked
8 Love Like Blood- An Irony Of Fate
9 Two Witches- Bites & Kisses
10- The Ancestry- Repentance


Gothic music as Gothic music should be played none of this Marilyn Manson Rubbish pretend Goth
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Right I'm gonna give an actual top 10 now, as I didnt really answer the question with my earlier post:

1) Bruce Spingsteen & the E Street Band - Born in the USA or Born to Run or Darkness on the Edge of Town? :P :P
2) Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - Live in New York City
2) Neil Young - Harvest
3) Joni Mitchell - Ladies of the Canyon
4) Joni Mitchell - Hejira
5) Kathleen Edwards - Failer
6) John Cougar Mellencamp - Scarecrow
7) Levellers - Levelling the Land
8) Bruce Cockburn - High Winds White Sky
9) New Model Army - Ghost of Cain
10) Suzanne Vega - Solitude Standing
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Old 3rd May 2010, 11:19 PM
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Default A few more albums for your consideration

1. Boris (at last.) Feadbacker

2. Spiritualized. Purephase tones for DJs

3. 1888 (split album with Current 93/ Death In June

4. Sunburned Hand Of The Man. A.

5. Harry Smith's Anthology Of American Folk Music (CD box set.)

6. Lucifer Rising Soundtrack and Sessions (another big old box set)

7. V/Vm. The Green Door.

That's enough for now.
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i'm well late on this thread, but I'll have a go! In no order (apart from the first one!)

1. Texas Is The Reason - Do You Know Who You Are?

2. Radiohead - Kid A

3. Deftones - White Pony

4. Prince - Sign O' The Times

5. Nirvana - In Utero

6. Miles Davis - Kind Of Blue

7. Pearl Jam - VS

8. Onelinedrawing - Visitor

9. Botch - We Are The Romans

10. Ice Cube - Death Certificate


There's loads I've missed off though. Loads!
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