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Now. Some strange stuff. I want to know if you had to leave this world, and can bring only
10 records, what would it be

I found out it's pretty dark. Somehow simple. And heavy.
1 Slipknot - Iowa 2001
2 Limp Bizkit - Results may very 2003
3 Whitechapel - A new era of corruption 2010
4 Emmure - Goodbye to the gallows 2007
5 CP24 - World between the lines 2004
6. Heart - Brigade 1990
7 Kataklysm - Serenity in fire 2004
8 Unsraw - Spiral Circle 2007
9 Arsis - We are the nightmare 2008
10 Kool Savas - Beste tag meines lebens 2002

So far the metal
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oh a tough one for certain,
1 Iron Maiden: Piece of Mind. the first album I bought with my own money
2 Zeppelin: 3, A gift from the brother in law I looked up to when I was 5
3 Maiden: Live After Death. I wore that one out, best live album ever, scream for me wikiloops ( I actually screamed that on a wikiloop song, guess which one)
4 Priest: Sin After Sin. I will never get tired of that album, drums are amazing and still upstaged by Halford, Downing and Tipton. Hill is the most underrated bass player in history
5 Rush: Clockwork Angels. the best last record anyone will ever make, its just amazing
6 Primus: seas of cheese. I was and am still mindblown by this album and most everything else before and after by Claypool
7 Cream; Disraeli Gears. I learned how to play lead guitar because of this album
8 UFO: Strangers in the Night. Just Rocks!
9 Metallica: Master of Puppets. the peak of my high school years was playing covers of this to crowds in front of a keg in front of the bass player's dad's basement
10 Hendrix: Axis. if only I could feel music like he could I could quit my day job
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Hmm not easy but I think I will take ...
1. AC / DC "higway to hell", the album thanks to which I discovered Rock at the age of 12 years
2. TRUST "The elite"
3. GOJIRA "The wild child" I love
4.JUDAS PRIEST "Freewheel burning"
5.AVAILING "Hall of the mountain king"
6.Ozzy "Bark at the Moon"
7.METALLICA "Ride the lightning"
8.YES "Big generator"
9.VAN HALEN "Eruption"
10.ZZ TOP "Gimme all your lovin"
These are the albums that come to mind but there are so many other groups that I like ...
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I'd write a lot of old groups as Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Manowar, Black Sabbath, Deep Purple and more and more:). I'll make a list of the bands I've been listening to for a long time and I keep coming back to them.
1. Pink Floyd-all albums:-)
2. Beatles-all albums:-)
3.Death-Human
4.Death- Individual thought patterns
5.Death-Symbolic- Death is one of best metal group, greatly influenced the future of Metal:)
6.Brutal Truth- Sounds of the animal kingdom speed, energy, chaos, brutal, kings of "grind-core" for me
7. Meshuggah-Chaosphere best album of absolutly best group, roughest, innovators, style creators, there is no new metal band which would not be affected by Meshuggah, they have created a new style of metal music.Their guitarist Fredrik Thordendal is the father new music style which is called "Djent".
8.Fredrik Thordendals special defect-Sol niger within Meshuggah style with jazz elements
9. Animals as leaders- Joy of Motion
10. Animals as leaders- The Madness of Many awesome, technically unbelievable group, playing style "Djent"
:):W:W:W
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Here my, after a long time decision and not sorted by importance:

1. Alice Cooper goes to hell
2. Alice Cooper - Billion Dollars Babies
3. The Blues Brothers - Film songs
4. Primus - Pork Soda
5. Michael Jackson - Thriller
6. Kiss - Alive
7. Parliament - Unfunky UFO
8. Jamiroquai - travel without moving
9. Pink Floyd - The Wall
10. James Brown - The best of :D
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Difficult but I join! :o

Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Black Sabbath - Heaven And Hell
Dio - Holy Diver - The Last in Line
Dokken - Under Lock and Key - Back For The Attack
Ozzy Osbourne - Ozzmosis
Queensrÿche - Operation: Mindcrime
Rata Blanca - Rata Blanca
Riff - Riff VII
Patricio Rey y sus Redonditos de Ricota - all discography
Bruce Springsteen – Born in the U.S.A.

Obviously the list would be endless.:W
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1 Dave Mattheus Band - Everyday (2001)
2 Pearl Jam - Vitalogy (1994)
3 Joe Satriani- Crystal Planet (1998)
4 David Bowie - Best of Bowie (2002)
5 Black Sabbath - Sabbath Bloody Sabbath(1973)
6 Triana - Sombra y Luz (1979)
7 El Barrio -las Playas de invierno(2005)
8 The Clash – London Calling(1979)
9 Pink Floyd -The wall (1979)
10 Joe satriani -The Extremist (1992)

je,je!!!It hurts that they can only be 10 :W
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Such a hard choice...I would take with me (order not relevant).

1) The Definitive Chicago Blues 4 CD Set (or 6 CD set if there is)
2) Allmann Brothers - Live at the Filmore east
3) Jimi Hendrix: Axis: Bold as love
4) Free - Fire and Water
5) Peter Greens Fleetwood MAc - Vintage Years
6) R.L. Burnside - Wish I was in heaven sitting down
7) Herring King - Herring King Album - yes from Wikiloops :W !!!
8) Bob Marley - Surviver
9) Curtis Mayfield - Superfly
10)Roots Manuva - Bleeds

Another option would be to take a greatest hits from all these artists :D
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Difficult choices ...

1- Jakub Zytecki
Wishful Lotus Proof

2- The Contortionist
Clairvoyant

3- Porcupine Tree
The Incident

4- Skyharbor
Sunshine Dust

5- Soundgarden
Superunknow

6- Steven Wilson
Insurgentes

7- Owane
Dunno

8- Tool
Lateralus

9- Lunatic Soul
Lunatic Soul

10- Animals as Leaders
Animals as Leaders
Edited by Inkless on Aprile 16 2019 23:58
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I'd probably not bring any to save room for my guitar in the Flight 777 seat 33 I'll be sitting in....window side...of course...I'll check out the music scene over there...;O)
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Tricky.

1) Tangerine Dream - Force Majeure
2) Dave Matthews Band - Crash
3) Pink Floyd - Dark Side Of The Moon
4) Pink Floyd - The Wall
5) Go Moog - Elektrik Cokernut
6) Dream Theater - When Dream And Day Unite
7) Simple Minds - Live In The City Of Light
8) Van Halen - Fair Warning / Women And Children First
9) Megadeth - Rust In Peace
10) Jeff Wayne - War Of The Worlds
Edited by mpointon on Aprile 13 2019 13:01
If you make a mistake, do it again and make it look like you meant to do it!
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thank you for this cool question ... I would leave this one
Joseph Beuys - Ja Ja Ja Ne Ne Ne (1968)
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and take that with me :)
Moon river - Audrey Hepburn
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sorry, just 2 named ;)
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Only two, but the first one, at over an hour long, is an interesting choice.;)
"All music is folk music. I aint never heard no horse sing a song".
Louis Armstrong
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Since the Digital age and drives that can hold tons of music I can't even consider the limitations
SO:

The Shins - Oh Inverted World and their next 3 albums

Elvis Costello — Imperial Bedrooms, This Year’s Model, Armed Forces, Painted From Memory with Burt Bacharach, The Juliet letters with the Brodsky String Quartet

Neil Young - Long May You Run, Harvest, After the Gold Rush, MTV Unplugged, Everyone Knows this is nowhere…and more

Moody Blues - Question of Balance & their previous albums

Jimmy McGriff - Stump Juice Music

David Bromberg - How Late’ll ya Play till - Studio album

David Bowie- Low, Heroes, All previous albums

Jethro Tull - all albums up to and including Thick as a Brick

Romeo Void - Warm in your Coat

XTC - EVERY ALBUM

and of course All of Steely Dan, Shawn Phillips, Mink Deville, 1st few Supertramp albums(Before Breakfast in America --was played to hell on the radio), Bruce Springsteen(Especially Darkness on the Edge of Town, but all previous recordings), Beatles--All, CCR--all, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Early Brian Eno - Late Brian Eno, Early Genesis, Jade Warrior, DakaBraKa, Television, The Doors, Smashing Pumpkins, 10cc, Gino Vanelli- first 4 albums before radio got ahold of him, Fugazi.....The Big Boys....The Judys....U2-Boy...King Crimson Early--Late....YES first 4 albums....Roxy Music--ALL......Grand Funk....Alice Cooper all up to and including Billion Dollar Babies...James Gang...Fu Manchu.....Cake.......CSNY......Allan Parsons Project....Ralph Towner........John Cale...Lou Reed.....Shearwater--Animal Joy....TonTons.....Hospitality.....JD McPhearson....Joe Jackson...1st 4 or 5 albums...WeatherReport....Jeff Beck--Blow By Blow.....P Floyd--DSOTM, Wish you were here.....Small Faces--all....The Who--all......Mark-Almond...Nektar......Nick Lowe(Rockpile)--Jesus of Cool, Party of One.....Peter, Bjorn and John--Writer's Block....Death Cab for Cutie-Transatlanticism....Andrew Bird--Jazz side and Pop Rock side..........Wilco...........Richard Thompson - Mirrored Blue.......Radiohead....Traffic-John Barelycorn must die......Seal-first couple of albums.......Toad the wet Sproket - Dulcinea.....Van Morrison......Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Third World...Selector...Specials....New Order.....Spirit......Love.......Bubble Puppy......Status Quo.....Quicksilver Messenger...the Left Banke....Dinosaur Jr.....Tommy James & Shondells....Matthew Sweet
Edited by GemmyF on Aprile 14 2019 15:22
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1.Chick Corea...Romantic Warrior
2.Allan Holdsworth...Hard Hat Area
3.Brand X...Masques
4.Bill Bruford...One of a Kind
5.Joey Tafolla - Infra Blue
6.Derek Sherinian...Molecular Heinosity
7.Shokran - Supreme Truth
8.Guthrie Govan...Erotic Cakes
9.Jason Becker...Perpetual Burn
10.Jean-luc Ponty - Enigmatic ocean

Damn it's really hard to pick just ten! :|
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GemmyF wrote:
XTC - EVERY ALBUM and of course All of Steely Dan, Shawn Phillips, Mink Deville, 1st few Supertramp albums(Before Breakfast in America --was played to hell on the radio), Bruce Springsteen(Especially Darkness on the Edge of Town, but all previous recordings), Beatles--All, CCR--all, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Early Brian Eno - Late Brian Eno, Early Genesis, Jade Warrior, DakaBraKa, Television, The Doors, Smashing Pumpkins, 10cc, Gino Vanelli- first 4 albums before radio got ahold of him, Fugazi.....The Big Boys....The Judys....U2-Boy...King Crimson Early--Late....YES first 4 albums....Roxy Music--ALL......Grand Funk....Alice Cooper all up to and including Billion Dollar Babies...James Gang...Fu Manchu.....Cake.......CSNY......Allan Parsons Project....Ralph Towner........John Cale...Lou Reed.....Shearwater--Animal Joy....TonTons.....Hospitality.....JD McPhearson....Joe Jackson...1st 4 or 5 albums...WeatherReport....Jeff Beck--Blow By Blow.....P Floyd--DSOTM, Wish you were here.....Small Faces--all....The Who--all......Mark-Almond...Nektar......Nick Lowe(Rockpile)--Jesus of Cool, Party of One.....Peter, Bjorn and John--Writer's Block....Death Cab for Cutie-Transatlanticism....Andrew Bird--Jazz side and Pop Rock side..........Wilco...........Richard Thompson - Mirrored Blue.......Radiohead....Traffic-John Barelycorn must die......Seal-first couple of albums.......Toad the wet Sproket - Dulcinea.....Van Morrison......Bob Marley, Jimmy Cliff, Peter Tosh, Third World...Selector...Specials....New Order.....Spirit......Love.......Bubble Puppy......Status Quo.....Quicksilver Messenger...the Left Banke....Dinosaur Jr.....Tommy James & Shondells....Matthew Sweet


Gem, the exercise was to choose only 10 records, not list every record you ever liked. 10 - you know the number of toes most people have :P
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Start at 11 seconds..........:D
[youtube]X5Jp-j2PeO8?t=11[/youtube]
Edited by GemmyF on Aprile 15 2019 14:51
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I vote for Jamlady.
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Genesis - A Trick of the Tail
Pink Floyd - Dark Side of The Moon
Pink Floyd - Meddle
Ricky Skaggs - Highways and Heartaches
Louvin Brothers - Tragic Songs of Life
Allman Brothers - At Fillmore East
Los Indios Tabajaras - Maria Elena
Van Halen - Van Halen
Mahogany Rush - Mahogany Rush IV
The Who - Who's Next
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Stan Getz & Luis Bonfa - Jazz Samba Encore
Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
Ella & Louis
Sonny Terry & Brownie Mc Ghee
Blues Oster Cult - Cultosaurus Erectus
Vangelis - Spiral
Son House
Paco de Lucia Al di Meola and John McLaughlin
Aphrodite child - 666
Genesis - Selling england by the pound
Edited by titi on Aprile 17 2019 13:15
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