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Just a few off the top of my head.

SEX PISTOLS........NEVER MIND THE BOLLOCKS

PINK FLOYD..........DARK SIDE OF THE MOON

ALL STARS............DUB SIDE OF THE MOON

FOO FIGHTERS......THE COLOUR AND THE SHAPE

VAN HALEN...........FAIR WARNING

IAN DURY.............NEW BOOTS AND PANTIES

AC/DC.................BACK IN BLACK

DUB WAR.............PAIN

QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE...SONGS FOR THE DEAF

RADIO HEAD .......OK COMPUTER

AMPLIFIER............MUSIC FOR NATIONS

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Men Without Hats - Greatest Hats

The Who - Who's Next

Pink FLoyd - Momentary Lapse of Reason

Offspring - Americana, Ixnay on the Hombre, Smash

Prodigy - Fat of the Land

Warren Zevon - A Quiet Normal Life

Alphaville - Forever Young

Sisters of Mercy - Floodland

Top Gun - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Oh you gotta love the cheese, first tape into the cassette player when I bought the Esprit - Highway to the poverty zone!

Most stuff that gets played in the Esprit has to be LOUD otherwise you can't hear it, especially with the tubular manifold and minus 1 silencer!

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There is some serious quality in this thread!

Most albums - even ones I don't like myself are most definintely 'worthy' of due respect :)

...Although Karl hasn't posted yet! :D :D

Dave... Chris De Bleurgh?!?! :) - and don't try and blame it on your missus she just told me it was nothing to do with her! :):D

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Top Gun - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Oh you gotta love the cheese, first tape into the cassette player when I bought the Esprit - Highway to the poverty zone!

Must try that :D

Got the movie on DVD, has more cheese than sainsburys but LOVE the sound track - sounds great on the HUGE sound system I have in the front room (shakes the house) :D

Listening to Radio 2 a lot they play a really wide veriety of stuff so I am a little aware of some of the stuff ppl have posted here, quite a few are in the collection as well which my 2nd cousin delights in telling me I have no taste when he sifts through them :)

So confiming I still have a modicum of taste left ! Youngsters I dunno (am I allowed to say that yet ?)

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hmmmm at the moment......

Snow Patrol - Final Straw

A.C.T. - Last Epic

Rammstein - Mutter

Aerosmith - Just Push Play

Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath

Dire Straits - Making Movies

Dream Theater - Train Of Thought

ELO part II - Best of - Live

Jethro Tull - Heavy Horses

Muse - Origin Of Symmetry

Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

Yellow Matter Custard - One Night In New York City

Keane - Hopes And Fears

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Jonathan: 34

Islandbloke: 51

Cliff: 49

Tony K: 50

Paul C: 36

Mark B: 41

Howard: 49:

Madmezza: 40

Martin R: 42

Phil B: 38

Mark B: 48

Paul F: 39

Robin: 38

Lucas T: 43

Wayne B: 52

Punky: 42

Peter G: 43

Oneshot: 53

Purza: 45

Apologies for any offence caused - under the new age discrimination laws in the UK of course I imply nothing by recognising preferences for the Monkees over Arctic Monkeys.

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Purza: 45

Apologies for any offence caused - under the new age discrimination laws in the UK of course I imply nothing by recognising preferences for the Monkees over Arctic Monkeys.

LOL no offense taken.....but you are WAY out....... oh dear i do hope i don't look 45.......

purza (34 years young)

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There seems to be so many memorable albums, these are a few.

Jeff Beck , Blow by blow

B Springsteen ,Nebraska

KD Lang ,Hymns of the 49 th parallel

Leonard Cohen, Songs of....

Joni Mitchell , Don Juans restless daughter/Both sides now

Neill Young Harvest

Steven Stills ,Manassas

David Crosby , If only I could remember my name

Jackson Browne , The pretender/ JB remastered

Frank Sinatra , In the wee small hours

Pink Floyd , Dark side/ Wish you were here

Joe Williams ,A man aint supposed to cry

Jimi Hendrix, Are you experienced

Stevie Ray, Vaughan The essential

Free, Heartbreaker

Neil Diamond ,Hot august night

Who , live at Leeds

Johnny Cash , Folsom/Man comes around

These are just some that come to mind. I havent even thought about the classical stuff that I have enjoyed overe the years.

My brain hurts....I want more Kronenbourg.......... Give me........

Going in search....................

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Peter G: 43

Apologies for any offence caused - under the new age discrimination laws in the UK of course I imply nothing by recognising preferences for the Monkees over Arctic Monkeys.

Old before my time. Still 6 weeks away from the big 30! Was just born too late to enjoy much of the great music first time round....Mozart ROCKS!!!!!

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Jonathan: 34

Islandbloke: 51

Cliff: 49

Tony K: 50

Paul C: 36

Mark B: 41

Howard: 49:

Madmezza: 40

Martin R: 42

Phil B: 38

Mark B: 48

Paul F: 39

Robin: 38

Lucas T: 43

Wayne B: 52

Punky: 42

Peter G: 43

Oneshot: 53

Purza: 45

Apologies for any offence caused - under the new age discrimination laws in the UK of course I imply nothing by recognising preferences for the Monkees over Arctic Monkeys.

Good shot mate. Paul F is 43! Blimey. So with your tolerance at the Max your spot on. :D

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A mere 28 :) (29 in November)

The next topic is name your top 100 and only have TWO songs from any artist - friends done this a while back and it's a REALLY tough choice when you get to greats like REM / Queen / U2 and have to pick just 2 songs :D

Perhaps 2 is too tough on them but makes you really think, interesting, I think music tells a lot about someone's tastes plus I really like hearing about what music does for people and why they like it - show called 'tracks of my years' on radio2 which is really cool when celebs pick a couple of songs a day and say why.

I also missed of Grease the musical - love doing that Karaoke :D:D

Suprised no one has said Nevermind by Nirvana either...always come up on top albums.

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Tony K: 50

Whoa.

50! . . . err, um, you're a little off!

Here's an album I'm eagerly anticipating that I can listen to from start to finish and savor every song -- this should help with guessing a little closer to my age:

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:D

By the way -- what, no Jamiroquai fans on here? Their music just sounds sooooo good in the S1. I'm curious to know what others on here think of them, especially given the popularity of classic rock on this forum. I grew up with classic rock (know every word to every song and can play half of them on the guitar) and got over it years ago; my interest has turned toward funk, soul, blues, and various forms of pseudo-jazz . . .

Tony K. :)

 

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Whoa.

:D

By the way -- what, no Jamiroquai fans on here?

I like them but there are tracks that i will skip over, my list was of albums i will listen to all the way through. There were plenty of other artists that i like but i will skip tracks....

as an aside...my daughter was complimented at school by her music teacher for naming all the bands from tracks he played...and he included Queen, Iron Maiden, some modern bands and some classical....lol she said it was my influence :D

I prefer music to TV

And as to the Jethro Tull, they are my favourite band and its my parents fault...lol brainwashed me from and early age..... they have a photo of me at 6months wearing headphones, listening to Jethro Tull...lol

LOL well it kept me quiet...

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How accurately can you guess people's ages from their favourites selection? Lets have a go, +/- 4yrs.

Howard: 49:

not bad , close but wrong, it is 50

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This is my entire list of CDs and LPs ( maybe a few recent ones are missing, I need to update my spreadsheet ) :

AC/DC Back In Black

AC/DC For Those About To Rock

Al Stewart Year of the Cat

Alex Harvey Band The Best Of

America Greatest Hits

Andrew Gold The Best Of

Andrew Gold What's Wrong With This Picture ?

Asia Asia

Axis Point Axis Point

Axis Point Axis Point/Boast Of The Town

Beatles, The 20 Greatest Hits

Betty Boo Boomanai

Bill Wyman Bill Wyman

Black Box Dreamland

Black Crowes,The Shake Your Money Maker

Bob Dylan Greatest Hits

Boston Boston

Brand New Heavies, The Brother Sister

Brand New Heavies, The The Brand New Heavies

Bread The Sound Of Bread

Byrds, The The Very Best Of

Captain Sensible Women And Captains First

Carpenters Interpretations

Carter USM 101 Damnations

Carter USM 30 Something

Carter USM Starry Eyed And Bollock Naked

Chicago Transit Authority Chicago Transit Authority

Clifford T Ward Home Thoughts From Abroad

Colin Blunstone Echo Bridge

Colin Blunstone Some Years

Corduroy Out Of Here

Creedence Clearwater Revival The Best Of

Crowded House Crowded House

Crowded House Temple Of Low Men

Crowded House Together Alone

Crowded House Woodface

Curiosity Killed The Cat Keep Your Distance

Daft Punk Homework

Dave Mattews Band Before These Crowded Streets

David Byrne Look Into The Eyeball

De La Soul 3 Feet High And Rising

De La Soul De La Soul Is Dead

Deep Blue Something Home

Def Leppard On Through The Night

Def Leppard Pyromania

Donald Fagan Kamakiriad

Donald Fagan The Nightfly

Donovan Catch The Wind

Doobie Brothers, The Listen To The Music

Dreamtheater Train Of Thought

Eagles The Best Of

Eagles, The The Very Best Of

ELO Face The Music

ELO Out Of The Blue

ELO Time

Elvis Costello The Very Best Of

En Vogue Funky Divas

Faith No More Angel Dust

Faith No More Introduce Yourself

Fine Young Cannibals The Raw And The Cooked

Focus Greatest Hits Of

Fountains Of Wayne Fountains Of Wayne

Fountains Of Wayne Out Of State Plates

Fountains Of Wayne Utopia Parkway

Fountains Of Wayne Welcome Interstate Managers

Frank Zappa Broadway The Hard Way

Frank Zappa You Are What You Is

Fun Lovin' Criminals 100% Colombian

Fun Lovin' Criminals Come Find Yourself

Gerry Rafferty Night Owl

Gerry Rafferty One More Dream

Gordon Haskell Harry's Bar

Gordon Lightfoot Don Quixote

Guns N' Roses Appitite For Destruction

Half Man Half Biscuit Back in The DHSS

Happy Mondays Loads + Loads More

Hipsway Hipsway

Hipsway Scratch The Surface

Hootie & The Blowfish Cracked Rear View

Hootie & The Blowfish Fairweather Johnson

Ian Dury Do It Yourself

Ian Dury Mr Love Pants

Ian Dury New Boots And Panties

Ian Dury Warts 'N' Audience Plus

Inspiral Carpets Life

It Bites Calling All The Heros

It Bites Eat Me In St Louis

It Bites The Big Lad In The Windmill

James Taylor Greatest Hits

James Taylor Never Die Young

James Taylor Quartet Do Your Own Thing

James Taylor Quartet Whole Lotta Live

James Taylor Quartet, The Wait A Minute

Jango Closer To Home

Jango Dreamtown

Jeff Healey Band, The Feel This

Jeff Healey Band, The Hell To Pay

Jeff Healey Band, The See The Light

Jeff Healey Band, The The Very Best Of

Jethro Tull Live

John Cougar Mellencamp The Lonesome Jubilee

John Denver Back Home Again

John Denver Earth Songs

John Denver The Rocky Mountain Collection

John Denver Windsong

John Lennon The Collection

John Martyn And

John Martyn Bless The Weather

John Martyn Cooltide

John Martyn Foundations

John Martyn Glorious Fool

John Martyn Grace And Danger

John Martyn Inside Out

John Martyn London Conversation

John Martyn No Little Boy

John Martyn Patterns In The Rain

John Martyn Piece By Piece

John Martyn Road To Ruin

John Martyn Solid Air

John Martyn Sunday's Child

John Martyn The Church With One Bell

John Martyn The Tumbler

John Martyn Well Kept Secret

John Miles Rebel

Judas Priest Living After Midnight

Kate Bush The Whole Story

King L Great Day For Gravity

Kinks, The Hit Singles

La's, The The La's

Loudon Wainwright III 1982-1986

Loudon Wainwright III Grown Man

Loudon Wainwright III History

Love And Money Dogs In The Traffic

Love And Money Strange Kind Of Love

Lynyrd Skynyrd Gold & Platinum

M People Elegant Slumming

Macc Lads, The 20 Golden Crates

Magnum Minador

Marillion Fugazi

Marillion Misplaced Childhood

Marillion Real to Reel

Marillion Real To Reel/Brief Encounter

Marillion Script For A Jester's Tear

Marillion Seasons End

Mavericks, The Trampoline

Meat Loaf Dead Ringer

Mogul Rules

Monkees, The 20 Greatest Hits

Move, The The Collection

MSG Assult Attack/Rock Will Never Die

MSG Build To Destroy

MSG One Night In Budokan

Neil Young After The Gold Rush

Neil Young Harvest

Neil Young Ragged Glory

Neneh Cherry Raw Like Sushi

Nick Drake Time Of No Reply

Nightwing A Night Of Mystery

Nightwing Black Summer

Nightwing My Kingdom Come

Nightwing Stand Up And Be Counted

NWA Greatest Hits

NWA Niggaz4Life

Ozzy Osbourne Bark At The Moon

Peter Frampton Shows The Way

Plasmastics Coup d'Etat

Pop Will Eat Itself This Is The Day..This Is The Hour

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Oneshot: 53

:( Wrinkly before my time! I'm only 46!

Robin: Chris De Bleugh was a freebie - the system is currently on random play so I get anything - that happens to have been picked more often (that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it :( )

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