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Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by Skeletorsrighthand » Sat Oct 15, 2016 9:51 pm

Post 3 albums that you like and your favorite song in that respective album and why? (optional) Maybe we can discover new music together :D

ok ile start
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Too Weird to live and too rare to Die was the first album of p!atd that i listened too
Girl/Girl/Boy

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Torches for me was how i got into music seriously
Warrant.

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Some nights is an album for when i want to wallow in sadness
All Alone- upbeat sadness :cry:
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by Jesp » Sat Oct 15, 2016 10:36 pm

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Hi Skeletorsrighthand, welcome to the forum.

We already have a music thread here for general music discussion, but rather than closing this thread, I've edited the title since it seems that you want a slightly different discussion to the other general music thread.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by daphenaxa » Mon Oct 17, 2016 5:58 am

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"What would the community think" always reminds me of this moment in Love Actually when the cheated wife says that Joni Mitchell "taught her how to feel". I think this was this Cat Power album that taught me how to feel. I think it is really difficult for me to feel as connected to music as I was at that time when I was maybe 11/12 and listened to this album. My favourite song is "Fate of the human carbine" (which is a cover/rearrangement)
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Regina will always be one of my favorites, all her albums are amazing. I chose Far because that's the one I have been listening to the most recently. My fav song on it is probably "The genius next door"
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I hesitated because I wanted to put a Kid Cudi album but couldn't chose which, then I thought of Jamie XX album but finally I chose Chet Faker. Idk what's my fav song on it.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by lishachi » Sat Oct 22, 2016 12:42 am

ill put these under spoiler cus they're massive pictures idk why

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Royal Blood. been one of my favourite albums for 2 years. fav song is..... Loose Change or Little Monster

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The Pretty Reckless. also one of my favourite albums for like 2 years. fav song is probably My Medicine.

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Muse. :love2: probably my favourite band, the 2 up there being favourites too. this album :love2:
fav song is probably Hyper Music or New Born. or Bliss. shoutout to my grandad for playing Muse when i was younger and d&p for mentioning them as it brang back memories and helped me rediscover them. <3


this thread is an awesome idea btw :2thumbsup:
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by Skeletorsrighthand » Sun Oct 23, 2016 12:36 am

lishachi wrote:ill put these under spoiler cus they're massive pictures idk why

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Royal Blood. been one of my favourite albums for 2 years. fav song is..... Loose Change or Little Monster

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The Pretty Reckless. also one of my favourite albums for like 2 years. fav song is probably My Medicine.

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Muse. :love2: probably my favourite band, the 2 up there being favourites too. this album :love2:
fav song is probably Hyper Music or New Born. or Bliss. shoutout to my grandad for playing Muse when i was younger and d&p for mentioning them as it brang back memories and helped me rediscover them. <3


this thread is an awesome idea btw :2thumbsup:


Thanks its a great way of getting people to talk while also discovering new music
i'm kinda familiar with muse but dont really listen to them a lot starlight would probably be my favorite song by them.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by human » Sun Oct 23, 2016 4:37 am

Ooh, I love threads like this. I found this quite hard butttt:

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I am a Glambert and have been since 2010, but this album is forever my favourite. Soaked was written by Muse, which I knew straight away when I heard it without even seeing the writing credits, and it's a wonderful song.

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Green Day were the first non-pop band I got into as a kid and I've been a fan since I was about 14 or 15. Which was a long time ago! I'm over 30 now and still love them. Naturally, Dookie and Smoothed Out Slappy Hours was more what I grew up with, but when this album came out I literally fell in love again and I think it's by far their best material. My favourite on it is Peacemaker, not one many pick as their favourite, but I'm obsessed with it. Love these guys so much. Love the new album too.

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Last choice is easy for me. I remember my sister getting me into Linkin Park when I was a teenager, when nu metal was new and edgey. This album has been through a lot with me, I literally wore out the CD in my discman, I love it so so so much. Favourite song was and has always been Pushing Me Away. They were the first rock show I ever to also at Docklands Arena where I was a very naive 18 year old or so and almost died in the crowd hahaha. Amazing. Love LP always.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by Skeletorsrighthand » Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:55 am

human wrote:Ooh, I love threads like this. I found this quite hard butttt:

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I am a Glambert and have been since 2010, but this album is forever my favourite. Soaked was written by Muse, which I knew straight away when I heard it without even seeing the writing credits, and it's a wonderful song.

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Green Day were the first non-pop band I got into as a kid and I've been a fan since I was about 14 or 15. Which was a long time ago! I'm over 30 now and still love them. Naturally, Dookie and Smoothed Out Slappy Hours was more what I grew up with, but when this album came out I literally fell in love again and I think it's by far their best material. My favourite on it is Peacemaker, not one many pick as their favourite, but I'm obsessed with it. Love these guys so much. Love the new album too.

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Last choice is easy for me. I remember my sister getting me into Linkin Park when I was a teenager, when nu metal was new and edgey. This album has been through a lot with me, I literally wore out the CD in my discman, I love it so so so much. Favourite song was and has always been Pushing Me Away. They were the first rock show I ever to also at Docklands Arena where I was a very naive 18 year old or so and almost died in the crowd hahaha. Amazing. Love LP always.


(sorry for the late) reply but ohh god green day *memories of high school comes flashing back* though i never really listened to music back then but they where popular enough then that i knew who they where 21 guns was the shit, though i kinda disliked the emo culture that was surrounding the band i still liked them. my favorite song by them is probably boulevard of broken dreams

i never really listened to linkin park but i can probably remember a few of there songs if you played them to me.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by iero » Thu Nov 10, 2016 8:45 am

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my chemical romance - three cheers for sweet revenge
my all time favourite album, i can listen to it over and over. it's the album that introduced me to 'alternative' music which is now a huge part of my life so i can say this album changed it. my favourite song is either 'i never told you what i do for a living' or 'cemetery drive'.

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the smiths - meat is murder
another album that changed my life as it gave me the final push to turn towards vegetarianism. i can relate to a lot of the lyrics on this album, i love it and morrissey's voice soso much. my favourite song is 'that joke isn't funny anymore'.

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bjork - vespertine
i found it hard to pick a 3rd, it was a tie between this and viva hate by morrissey but i didn't want to pick another morrissey after having the smiths 2nd. the music is so beautiful and when combined with bjork's ethereal voice it makes a perfect album. in my top 5 of all time for sure. my favourite song is 'pagan poetry'.
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by IckleMissMayhem » Thu Nov 10, 2016 11:16 am

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Love Frank Turner. Seen him play live.. three times? I think?

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Got to go see The Script live when I was working in the Middle East in 2011. Twas a fab show & night, and this just reminds me of that, and being out there in general. Good memories! :)

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#StageyTrash (Couldn't narrow it down to any one show, don't even ask me!) :D
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by pilotlight » Thu Nov 10, 2016 2:47 pm

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Favourite song is either Pretending or Heartache Every Moment. I was soooo in love with this band and the singer when I was in high school (I even got a heartagram tattooed on my wrist), and I still love them now even though now I think their lyrics are generally just awful lol.

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Here Comes the Sun. Always helps cheer me up or calm me down when I'm having a bad day.

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Tied between Lithium and Lounge Act for favourites, but I pretty much love the entire album. Nirvana was one of the first rock bands I actually got into. I totally wanted to be in a band. :lol:
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by coffee pig » Thu Nov 10, 2016 4:30 pm

I could talk about music and albums all day so narrowing it down to just THREE was killing me, but here they are:

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Arcade Fire- Funeral

I first listened to this album when I was fifteen or sixteen and it completely floored me. It definitely changed the way I thought about music. My favorite track is ''Rebellion (Lies)'' but you should definitely listen to the whole thing, it's a beautiful, post-apocalyptic, dream of an album. Also, David Bowie said it was his favorite album of all time. Have faith in Bowie.


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Nick Drake- Pink Moon

This album is quiet and gentle, full of strange imagery about the natural world, and yet is very soothing. Nick Drake was a very shy, isolated individual and you can hear that reflected in his music. Favorite track is ''Place to Be''.


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David Bowie- Hunky Dorky

I love most of Bowie's early stuff but this will always be my favorite just because it makes me so happy. My favorite track is ''Life On Mars'', which is eerily relevant right now in wake of the elections. I'm still devastated by this man's death. :(


Honorable mention:

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Pretty Odd- Panic! at the Disco

I was a massive Panic! fan as a teenager and still am to a certain extent today. As a sad teenage, this gem got me through some tough times. Also, I think its genuinely lovely, I love the folk/rock late '60s vibe this album has going on. Favorite track is ''Behind the Sea'' (because Ryan Ross's beautiful voice, am I right.)
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Re: Music Thread ["Three Albums You Like" Game]

PostPosted by Jesp » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:33 pm

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I was thinking about old times, and thought about some of the music that I listened to growing up.

David Gray - White Ladder

I had this on cassette because my mother couldn’t afford to buy a CD player for me, but kid-me thought he was the coolest, and so grown up, listening to grown up music. When I finally got a CD copy of it, and somehow realised that you could rewind the first track to find a hidden track, man, it was the most amazing thing.

City and Colour - Bring Me Your Love

Turns out this was when I actually felt like a grown up for the first time. I’d made some friends and gone to try and start a career in "music" {read: we were super terrible and horribly untalented and even the dingiest of pubs would have nothing to do with us}, and I really felt free and that I was in control of myself for the first time. That feeling lasted, honest.

RJD2 - Deadringer

I just liked it a lot.

Honourable mentions:

Beck - The Information
Editors - The Back Room

They’re gloomy, or dark, and they suited super mopey teenage me so well. I’d walk round gloomy council estates listening to these.
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