The Con - Tegan & Sara On Letting Go - Circa Survive Who Killed Amanda Palmer? - Amanda Palmer Lust Lust Lust - The Raveonettes Fever to Tell - Yeah Yeah Yeahs Seventh Tree - Goldfrapp Oh, Inverted World - The Shins Psychocandy - The Jesus and Mary Chain Set Yourself on Fire - Stars Midnight Boom - The Kills Fever Ray - Fever Ray The Dresden Dolls - The Dresden Dolls Some People Have Real Problems - Sia Declare a New State - The Submarines Horehound - The Dead Weather
There are many albums that I love certain singles from, but these are the albums that I can listen to start to finish over and over and enjoy almost every song equally.
Darkside of the Moon, Division Bell: Pink Floyd
Abbey Road: The Beatles
Le Roi Est Mort, Vive Le Roi!: Enigma
Mechanical Animals: Marilyn Manson
News of the World: Queen
Led Zeppelin 1: Led Zeppelin
The Blessed Hellride: Black Label Society.
December : George Winston
The Opening of Doors : Will Ackerman
Favorites as of current and for a long while now, although it changes with mood as to what I will listen to.
I guess it's a function of my age (mid-40s) that I've never heard of most of the bands/singers that y'all have listed! *laughs*
Anyway, my list:
Anything from the 80s/90s by Madonna. Not too fond of her newer stuff.
Anything by Depeche Mode, which was my band of obsession when I was in my late teens/20s. *laughs* I always liked and still like electronic music.
Anything by Enigma
Anything by E.S. Posthumus
Anything classical (I am a classical musician by profession, after all. )
The Moody Blues, Days of Future Passed, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour, A Question of Balance, and Long Distance Voyager. Their others are excellent, too, but those are the ones I listed to over and over again.
So I'm taking another stab at documenting a neighborhood. This one stars Benjamin Long. Pathetic attempts at humor can be found here.
I caved and made myself a Simblr. Woe is me. There are downloads available there that aren't here on MTS because I'm lazy that way.