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Re: Album of 1989 - Andrew, Paddy, SG, Westgate to NOMINATE One Album

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Aerosmith.. Pump
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Lloyd Cole& the commotions 1984/1989.
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paddy parrott wrote: Sat Nov 14, 2020 8:43 pm Lloyd Cole& the commotions 1984/1989.
Best Of/Greatest Hits/Compilation albums not allowed Paddy

Only studio/live albums please
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faaip wrote: Fri Nov 13, 2020 12:24 pm Probably Red Medicine which was not their best but still worthy of a nom for 95/6 I think. Repeater is the album to go to after 13 songs..Don't follow the Wugazi rabbit hole, not for you. But I love it
Durly might like it too
Oooh yeah. I VERY much like........... :tup:
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I di like a bit of Wu Tang Clan, it's a good mash up
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faaip wrote: Sat Nov 14, 2020 10:13 pm I di like a bit of Wu Tang Clan, it's a good mash up
36 Chambers is a belter.
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It is ...
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B52's Cosmic Thing
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The Camper Van Beethoven is very good, I don't have it but a mate played it a lot back int the day...52's were about done by the time they got to Cosmik Thing, decent and fun but not a patch on earlier work
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Another ten albums for listening
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Ok thats those 3 done...

Fugazi '13 Songs... That grunge/pop/punk genre not really my thing ... But TBF, I would think they influenced a lot more than copied. I did find them one of the easier bands of that genre to listen to and figure out what messages they were trying to getting across.

Stone Roses 'Stone Roses... Will listen to some more stuff of theirs.. kind of got a 60's vibe from them... A bit of a repetative sound if I am honest on a lot of tracks...definately worth listening to though.

Camper Van Beethoven 'Key Lime Pie... Again not my thing really. But I really liked their cover of Pictures of Matchstick Men.

Ok whats next...
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It would seem SG & Westgate are not nominating a album & Paddy hasn't picked up on my post re-nominating best of/greatest hits albums.

So we'll commence with the voting procedure
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ALBUM OF 1989

VOTE NOW

Fugazi '13 Songs' Faaip
Pixies 'Doolittle' 64
Kate Bush 'Sensual World' Billie
Stone Roses 'Stone Roses' Ian
Cure 'Disintegration' Azkal
Tom Petty 'Full Moon Fever' Ges
Snuff 'Snuff Said' Norfolk
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique Durly
Soul II Soul ‘Club Classics Vol. One’ Cat
Faith No More 'The Real Thing'Finn
New Model Army 'Thunder And Consolation' Sara
Simply Red 'A New Flame' BB
Tears For Fears 'The Seeds of Love' Gandi
Camper Van Beethoven 'Key Lime Pie' Onemore
Badlands 'Badlands' Smudge
XTC 'Oranges and Lemons' John
De La Soul 'Three Feet High and Rising' 1304
Zappa 'Broadway the Hardway' MJ
Bangles 'Everything' Mrs 64
Aerosmith 'Pump' Haighy
B52's Cosmic Thing Andrew
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Tears
Petty
Aerosmith
Bush
Zappa
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Fugazi '13 Songs' Faaip
De La Soul 'Three Feet High and Rising' 1304
Cure 'Disintegration' Azkal
Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique Durly
Pixies 'Doolittle' 64
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Camper Van
Pixies
XTC
Roses
Cure
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XTC
Kate Bush
The Cure
Frank Zappa
Tears for Fears
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Tom Petty 'Full Moon
Tears For Fears 'The Seeds of Love'
Aerosmith 'Pump'
Badlands 'Badlands'
B52's Cosmic Thing
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Tom Petty
Kate Bush
Pixies
XTC
New Model Army
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Pixies
Cure
Stone Roses
Kate Bush
Fugazi
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