R&P: Recommend the people of Rock and Pop three random albums?
Question is in the title. Recommend the people of Rock and Pop three random albums of any genre.
BQ: Are the albums you recommended on your favorites list?
BQ2: How are you?
BQ3: Now playing?
@Bending the Skies: I'm pretty good, thanks. I got cast into the play my school is going to have next year, so that's cool.
- PunchLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
1- David & David - Boomtown
David & David Welcome to the Boomtown
The link above is to a nice sounding video of the majestic title track to the only album ever released by this duo. The dated 80s production aside, this is actually a timeless song-suite about druggies, streetwalkers, dealers , two time losers and useless boozers.. Along the way we meet the fated , the ill-fated and the simply wasted, Meet Keven, the drug dealer who took a year off of college and never went back, meet the bad guitar players and the guy who was going to be a dancer.. You'll find them all in the Boomtown.
Richard & Linda Thompson - Shoot Out The Lights
lean and edgy song cycle detailing in emotions, the dissolution of their partnership. One of the greatest "Divorce" albums of all time..
We see through the eyes of an Afghanistan soldier as he takes his aim, find ourselves gently rocked to sleep by the motion and wondering, in the end.. did she jump or was she pushed?
World Party- Goodbye Jumbo
World Party - Ain't Gonna Come Till I'm Ready
Goodbye Jumbo is the second album by World Party. Released in 1990, the album was essentially a solo project by Karl Wallinger, and by "solo" I mean he played and sang every note himself. The world is coming to an end, but we have God on our side.. We might be way down now, but we are reading the message in the box as we fell back alone on Love Street!
- Dan MLv 79 years ago
Goodie Mobb - Soul Food
Julie Christmas - The Bad Wife
Norma Jean - Meridional
BQ. I've only listened to Soul Food twice now and I like it so much it would definitely be a favourite. I like the other two albums but they're aren't really highlights for me at least. I think you might like Julie Christmas and the bands she's been in.
BQ2. I'm grand, bit bored but grand overall.
BQ3. Neurosis - Lost
- 9 years ago
Overkill- Taking Over
Anthrax- State Of Euphoria
Saxon- Denim and Leather
BQ3: Time- Anthrax
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- Sam is an alienLv 69 years ago
I'll shuffl my ipod.
Shai Hulud- Hearts Oncr nourished with hope and compassion
The Dillinger Escape Plan- Option Paralysis
BQ: top 30's maybe
BQ2: good just watching a hostage situation going on across the street
BQ3: Off Minor- Heat Death of the Universe.
- SuperwholokiedLv 69 years ago
L.A.M.F by Johnny Thunders & The Heartbreakers
Marquee Moon by Television
Inflammable Material by Stiff Little Fingers
BQ : YES.
BQ2 : Good. I got a good laugh when I was reading Whole Lotta Led Zeppelin because there was a story about when Bonham was on the toilet and he couldn't get up because 'the air pressure was sucking him down, keeping his *** anchored to the seat. A mechanic had not properly sealed the vent beneath the toilet.' Hahaha!
BQ3 : Nothing..
- Anonymous9 years ago
Black 47 - Fire of Freedom: Irish punk-meets-reggae and a very political POV.
Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer - Drum Hat Buddha: Folk with utterly superb lyrics and a holistic worldview:
Tillman County (with a guy competently accompanying the recording on mandolin): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCAHvXtVLcg
Squeeze - Play: Worth buying in album version just for the layout of the lyrics, which are a work of art in and of themselves. One of Squeeze's later releases; a lot of solid songs on it:
BQ: Drum Hat Buddha definitely is. Fire of Freedom may be; Black 47 is definitely in my top bands, anyway. I like Play a lot but am afraid it's not in the top 10.
BQ 2: Doing good. Watching The Outer Limits.
BQ 3: The (new) Outer Limits, on SyFy (man, I hate that spelling.)
- MCMG is a bronyLv 69 years ago
Arsis - A Celebration of Guilt
The Red Chord - Clients
Danzig - Danzig
Selected by opening the album list on my WMP, randomly scrolling and clicking without looking
BQ: I dig Clients a lot.
BQ2: Great thanks.
BQ3: Nothing. Last I listened to was Killing Machine by Death
- DianeLv 44 years ago
You should definitely give Ween a second chance. Ween is awesome. However, I can totally understand it if you hate Ween. Most people probably do. Locust Abortion Technician, by the Butthole Surfers. You might hate this. But you also might love it. It's basically experimental, psychedelic music performed by a hardcore punk band, while on acid. Literally.
- Anonymous9 years ago
Pink Moon- Nick Drake
West Side Soul- Magic Sam
I Speak Because I can- Laura Marling
BQ:Pink Moon is one my favorites, it's just an album of soulful folk songs, Nick Drake was very talented guy.
BQ2:I'm doing great thanks
BQ3:Rambling Man- Laura Marling http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lj2Ioj0Amtw