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    Favorite Album of All Time?

    OK spill it. If you could only have one album on that deserted island....that of course has electricity or an endless supply of batteries what would it be?

    Lately I have been enjoying the heck out of The Stone's "Forty Licks" but I also love my "Temptations Live". Will get back with my pick.

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    Very hard decision - Do I have to pick one? Well, if so, then:

    Billy Joel - Turnstiles

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    Goldfrapp- "Supernature"

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    The Monkees "I'm a Believer"

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    Anything with Josh Groban.

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    There is NO WAY I could pick just one, so spank me for cheating.

    Not in particular order...well I'll do it alphabetically - and stop at 10 if I can .

    Achtung Baby - U2
    Animals - Pink Floyd
    Aquemini - Outkast
    Come On Over - Shania Twain
    Love Supreme - John Coltrane
    Scary Monsters - David Bowie
    Screaming For Vengeance - Judas Priest
    September - Earth, Wind & Fire
    Skin Tight - Ohio Players
    The Color and the Shape - Foo Fighters
    The Beetles (The White Album) tied with Abby Road - The Beetles
    Version 2.0 - Garbage

    This does not count live albums, compilations / Best of / Movie soundtracks, and there are a number out there that I would add if that were incorporated.
    Last edited by SeaniBu; 07-18-2006 at 08:14 PM.

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    Well, I would be perfectly content with just Erykah Badu's "Baduizm" (a fantastic album that I personally believe everyone should own),

    BUT.....

    The idea of having access to a CD player and NOT having an Emmylou Harris CD to go with it is unthinkable; Ms. Harris, is, IMHO, further proof of the existence of God. I'd have to go with "Last Date", a series of live performances from 1982, re-released about 5 years ago.

    Runners-Up:

    "The Shouting Stage", Joan Armatrading
    "Savage", Eurythmics
    "Yes I Am", Melissa Etheridge
    "Summertime", Fantasia (that would be the CD island SINGLE)
    The Very Best of Connie Francis
    "Can't Take Me Home", Pink
    "Erotica", Madonna
    "The Art of Falling Apart", Soft Cell (just for the Jimi Hendrix cover mix alone, the rest is pure oh I just wanna die kill me now angst)
    "Worldwide Underground", Erykah Badu
    "How I Do", Res
    "Abbey Road", The Beatles
    "Rumours", Fleetwood Mac
    "Luxury Liner", Emmylou Harris
    "CK", Chaka Khan
    "Spartacus/Masquerade Suites", Khatchaturian
    "Carmen Suite", Bizet (hey, if you've spent 27 years hearing it at skating competitions, it's hard to go cold turkey )
    "Mahagony Soul", Angie Stone
    "The Speed of Grace", Matraca Berg.

    It's really hard to choose just one....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonnyCoop
    "Yes I Am", Melissa Etheridge
    "Rumours", Fleetwood Mac
    It's really hard to choose just one....

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    One? Only one? :despair:

    Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd.

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    "Graceland" - Paul Simon

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    Yes: Close to the Edge. I feel so darned OLD saying that...

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    Only one CD! This makes for a difficult choice:

    I guess I would choose any one of The Corrs CD’s.:

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