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Funksters top albums
« on: Mon, 2006-03-20, 15:59:33 »
Well hello viewers and welcome to some of Funkster's faves , subject to change due to my ever changing moods

Whos next
Quadrophenia
Holidays in Eden
Brave
Marbles
Field of crows
Metal Church
Ghost reveries
Still life
Dark matter
Ever
Subterennea
Seventh house
Exit stage left
Dr feelgood
A little aint enough
A bit of what you fancy
Its great when your straight ....yeah
Sgt Pepper
Exile on main street

Plus Arena

That will do for now before i bore myself , you and peter the mod  ;)

Hugs and kisses from Liverpool (well Heswall on Wirral)

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #1 on: Mon, 2011-01-03, 11:25:26 »
Not updated my list for a huge amount of time so here goes

Beatles - Abbey Road
Cathedral - Carnival Bizarre , Guessing Game
Miles Davies - Kind of blue
Elbow - Seldom seem kid
Doves - last broadcast
Beastie Boys - Hello Nasty
Sabbat - History of a time to come
Duran Duran - Rio , All you need is now
Candlemass - King of the grey islands

More to follow at some point

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #2 on: Mon, 2011-01-03, 18:02:42 »
Duran Duran - Rio

This one is a favorite of mine too  ;)

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #3 on: Mon, 2011-01-03, 18:20:29 »
Elbow - Seldom seem kid

I can't possibly tell or explain how much I like The Seldom Seen Kid. It's really an amazing piece of work.

By the way, did you know that the next album 'Build a Rocket Boys!' will be released on 7th March? :)

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #4 on: Thu, 2011-01-13, 11:18:40 »
Listening to some deeper/spiritual/progressive stuff at the moment so i shall add the following

Neal Morse - Neal Morse and Lifeline
Spock's Beard - V and X
Delirious ? - Deeper 

Plus , to get back in the good books of Nicky  ;)

Sparks - Kimono my house and Propaganda

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #5 on: Fri, 2011-01-14, 15:31:23 »
Plus, to get back in the good books of Nicky  ;)

 :)

You were never in any "bad book" with me, Funky. I just wanted to make my opinion clear on this matter, and I guess I dramatised a bit  ;)

I even got good old Cap worried for a moment  :o

I find Priest's latest four and Glenn's two solo albums some of the most innovative and exciting rock, and I think it's a damn pity that they are ignored by proggies and old Priest fans alike, proggies dismissing them as "just Priest," and old Priest fans as "industrial" and "operatic." Damn pity, nothing less  :(


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Yup, these are remarkable, aint they ?  Indiscreet too  *horns*

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #6 on: Sat, 2011-01-15, 15:15:36 »
A bit of Shadow Gallery to be added

Tyranny
Room B

Also

IQ - Frequency
Magnum - Brand new morning
Amorphis - Skyforger

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« Reply #7 on: Sun, 2011-02-06, 18:57:21 »
before i bore myself , you and peter the mod  ;)

Tantalising  :o

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« Reply #8 on: Wed, 2011-11-09, 14:50:37 »
How about some updating again, Funky ?

What are your fave groups currently ?

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #9 on: Mon, 2011-11-14, 16:05:50 »
Just what i was thinking Nicky  ;)

So what has been floating my boat over the last few months you wonder ? Well here goes

Pearl Jam - 10 , Vs , Pearl Jam , Vitalogy
Mother love bone - Apple
Neal Morse - Testimony 1 and 2
Iced earth - Crucible of man , Something wicked , Dystopia
Mastodon - The Hunter , Crack the Skye , Blood mountain
Machine head - Unto the locust
Elbow - Build a rocket boys


More to follow at some point but a nice mix of rock , metal and prog





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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #10 on: Sun, 2012-04-29, 16:50:35 »
I have not updated for a while so here goes

Artillery - by inheritance
Forbidden - forbidden evil , twisted into form
Testament - the legacy , the formation of damnation
ARTCH -  another return to church hill
Voivod -   nothingface
Heathen - evolution of chaos

Bit of a thrash trip at the moment especially Artillery , Forbidden and Heathen who i could not really get into 20/25 years ago but i now "get" what they were doing - technical melodic thrash. Superb

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #11 on: Sun, 2012-07-29, 15:40:24 »
Hugs and kisses

Hey, don't go too far with the latter  :o

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That will do for now before i bore myself, you ....

You know what ?  I'm actually bored with seeing the same old stuff in this thread  >:(

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More to follow at some point ....

Yeah, what happened to that one  ;)

You could start with giving me a list of the Beatles albums, faves first. Oh yeah, while you'r at it, do the same with the Stones  :)

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #12 on: Fri, 2014-08-29, 13:22:38 »
Some of my current listening

Paul Weller - More modern classics
Opeth - Pale communion
Novembers doom- Bled white and Aphotic
Supergrass - is 10
Status Quo - Hello and Blue for you
U2 - Boy , October , War , Joshua Tree and Achtung baby

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Re: Funksters top albums
« Reply #13 on: Wed, 2015-09-09, 14:23:46 »
Me again

A few more bits and pieces ringing my bell currently

Anathema - weather systems and Distant satellite
Hell - Human remains
Stone foundation - pretty much all their albums
Opeth - Heritage which has been a real grower