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What Albums Do You Listen to on Repeat?

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  • crazydrum95

    crazydrum95

    #16504909 - 5 years ago

    In reply to dannihill, #23:

    Biffy are amazing, I could listen to them forever.

  • Jamsponge

    Jamsponge

    #16505788 - 5 years ago

    In reply to crazydrum95, #27:
    Oh boy, a couple of years ago I had Battle Studies on repeat a lot!.. Except 'All you ever do is say goodbye' that song does my head in..

    As of late, My Head is an Animal, by Of Monsters and Men and Sting's The last Ship, both I've discovered fairly recently but oh my day's they're incredible!

  • PeterWalsh1

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    #16506913 - 5 years ago

    XX - Great Big Sea
    Goodbye Yellow Brick Road - Elton John
    Dark side of the Moon - Pink Floyd
    Thick as a Brick - Jethro Tull

  • dannihill

    dannihill

    #16507701 - 5 years ago

    In reply to crazydrum95, #28:

    Yes! I saw them in March last year and they were incredible live.

  • KarmicJoe

    KarmicJoe

    #16508579 - 5 years ago

    Atoms for Peace - Amok
    In Rainbows - Radiohead

    Either of them are albums I can just zone out to if I'm on the bus or something.

  • AlyssaaMac

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    #16509103 - 5 years ago

    Just because it's recent, Bonnie Dune's Miramar album just got released and I spend most of my music time listening to that.

  • McFinnegan

    McFinnegan

    #16509708 - 5 years ago

    Man, almost anything Green Day. I'ma bit of a fanatic, haha. Also, any of the numerous "Greatest Hits" albums by The Misfits are pretty good.

  • Thomaat4

    Thomaat4

    #16512811 - 5 years ago

    First one that comes to mind is 'Come Clarity' by In Flames. Love that one <3

  • DADDYT123

    DADDYT123

    #16512872 - 5 years ago

    What The Story Morning Glory by Oasis smiley12.gif

  • crazydrum95

    crazydrum95

    #16512965 - 5 years ago

    In reply to dannihill, #31:

    Seen them a few times now and worked for them twice as sound engineer. They're great guys too

  • dannihill

    dannihill

    #16512979 - 5 years ago

    In reply to crazydrum95, #37:

    Ooh cool smiley1.gif They're definitely one of the best live bands I've seen.

  • Ellmatik

    Ellmatik

    #16513423 - 5 years ago

    Andre 3000 - "The Love Below"
    Lupe Fiasco - "The Cool"
    MF Doom - "Doomsday" & "Madvillany"

    Just to name a few. Classics that always get played when I'm jamming out.

  • grenou

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    #16514946 - 5 years ago

    In reply to PeterWalsh1, #30:

    "XX - Great Big Sea

    Awesome, man! Glad you like it..!

  • Daks

    Daks FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold Jersey Devil

    #16519770 - 5 years ago

    I feel like I've already posted in this thread but I guess not.
    Anyhow, for me these are rare because I don't own many albums but definitely

    Specter at the Feast by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
    and A Posteriori by Enigma

    Pretty different genres but easily two of my favorite albums.

  • MrTrueman

    MrTrueman

    #16520461 - 5 years ago

    Rage Against The Machine- The Battle for Los Angles
    RWBY- Volume 1 Soundtrack
    AC/DC- Back In Black
    Sex Pistols- Never Mind the Bollocks
    Iron Maiden- Somewhere Back in Time

    All those albums are top notch and worth a listen if you haven't already! =D

  • Joe_H

    Joe_H

    #16523257 - 5 years ago

    Chance the Rapper - Acid Rap
    A$AP Ferg - Trap Lord
    XXYYXX- XXYYXX
    Lil Ugly Mane - Three Sided Tapes (Must Download! Great Production from a rapper 2013!)
    Danny Brown - Old

    That's only a few really. Once I really like an album I always listen to it

  • grenou

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    #16523308 - 5 years ago

    Mark Knopfler - Sailing To Philadelphia, Ragpicker's Dream

  • Joseph011296

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    #16525043 - 5 years ago

    I own all 5 of Dragonforce's Studio Albums and I have a playlist on my tablet with all of the songs that I just shuffle the order of every morning.
    So...
    Valley of the Damned
    Inhuman Rampage
    Ultra Beatdown
    Sonic Firestorm
    and Power Within
    SUPER excited for the new album this spring/summer

  • woahrebecca

    woahrebecca FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold i love cinder fall

    #16525144 - 5 years ago

    Definately all Taylor Swift albums, also Nickelbacks recent album.
    Lorde's album is brilliant as well, as is The Civil Wars

  • JKLeax

    JKLeax

    #16525453 - 5 years ago

    System of a Down- all of them
    Metallica- S&M
    Disturbed- Believe, The Sickness, and Ten Thousand Fists

  • lrnbnn

    lrnbnn

    #16526095 - 5 years ago

    Lately I've found myself only listening to either;
    The 1975 - The 1975
    or
    Deaf Havana - Old Souls

  • Alonsinho

    Alonsinho

    #16532246 - 5 years ago

    Just leaving this here if you do not listen an album by songs in order you are listening it wrong

  • Hook

    Hook er

    #16532618 - 5 years ago

    The Lateralus album by Tool. Get mind blown, rinse, repeat...

  • Joseph011296

    Joseph011296 FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

    #16533462 - 5 years ago

    In reply to Alonsinho, #49:

    So are you the guy who neg modded my comment?

  • KarmicJoe

    KarmicJoe

    #16533907 - 5 years ago

    In reply to Alonsinho, #49:

    I agree with that but at the same time I disagree. Some albums have songs that I simply can't stand. Besides, a little shuffle never hurt anyone :)

    But again, I also agree with this. Albums like Badly Drawn Boy's Hour of the Bewilderbeast are great because many songs lead into the next. Not listening to those in order is not only jarring, but goes against how the artist and the producer wanted you to listen to their album (they wouldn't have made songs lead into another if they didn't want us to listen to them in that order).

    Long story short, yes and no.

    In reply to Joseph011296, #51:

    I think they don't disclose information like that to leave questions like those unanswered. If it helps I gave you a positive mod because I too appreciate some of the works of Dragonforce.