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I know this isn't in the spirit of the thread - but, to me, front to back, back to front, I'm not sure if there has been a better alternative record made. I suspect had they come out right now, they would have ruled the alt airwaves, that's how timeless this record is.

 

Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes

1. "Blister in the Sun"  

2. "Kiss Off"  
3. "Please Do Not Go"  
4. "Add It Up"  
5. "Confessions"  
6. "Prove My Love"  
7. "Promise"  
8. "To the Kill"  
9. "Gone Daddy Gone" 
10. "Good Feeling"  
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I know this isn't in the spirit of the thread - but, to me, front to back, back to front, I'm not sure if there has been a better alternative record made. I suspect had they come out right now, they would have ruled the alt airwaves, that's how timeless this record is.

 

Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes

 

 

I'd put up REM's Murmur as competition.

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Always enjoy the music threads. I think I did this right. Anyone wanna check my homework? I counted Desecration Smile as track 15 though it's track one on disc two of Stadium Arcadium.

1.  "The Times They Are a-Changin'"  Bob Dylan
2.  "When I Paint My Masterpiece"  The Band
3.  "Cavern" Phish
4.  "Can't You Hear Me Knocking"  The Rolling Stones
5.  "The Court of the Crimson King"  King Crimson
6.  "Echoes" Pink Floyd
7.  "Brokedown Palace"  Grateful Dead
8.  "Drain You" Nirvana
9.  "Life Ain't So ****ty" Blind Melon
10. "I'm So Tired" The Beatles
11. "Push-it"  Tool
12. "It's Ice" Phish
13. "Bold as Love"  Jimi Hendrix
14. "Tearjerker" Korn
15. "Desecration Smile"  Red Hot Chili Peppers
16. "Coma" Guns N' Roses
17. "Love, Reign o'er Me"  The Who

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Alrighty, here's mine as of now (my musical tastes change frequently). This is mostly electronic/industrial oriented with some retro and uplifting vibes. Some of these tracks require patience and reflection, especially the track by Jesu - I find it to be a deconstruction of emotion, very powerful, and cathartic. And this list even fits on a compact disc, if people do that anymore lol.

 

01. "Europe Endless"  Kraftwerk

02. "Into The Void"  Nine Inch Nails

03. "Maia Nebula"  Stellardrone

04. "Oxygene Part IV"  Jean-Michel Jarre

05. "The Stars That Hang Above You"  Jesu

06. "VLA (edit)"  Carbon Based Lifeforms

07. "We Own The Sky"  M83

08. "Saffron Revolution"  Fennesz

09. "Cars"  Gary Numan

10. "Expiration Date"  Fear Factory

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