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What's your favorite album?

Mine is Nevermind by Nirvana
 

ShadowCatzz

Thundering typhoons!
Ocean Eyes by Owl City! I just love how unique the songs in the album. You get fast songs, slow songs, sad songs, etc. Even a song about going to the dentist! = P
 

kiroku

Active Member
Tough choice, but White Pony by Deftones definitely came to mind.
 

Kaaru

Mugician
Nevermind is great!

Mine changes up a lot... A few are:

Mac Demarco: "2"
The Dodos: "Visiter"
Also like any led zeppelin album
 

Thrashy

The Drunk Skunk. Metal and Beer. FckNzs.
Hmm, not an easy question, as I think I don't have THAT favourite album.

A few I really love:
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
Krokus - Hardware
Judas Priest - Painkiller
Venom - Welcome To Hell
Exodus - Bonded By Blood
Rainbow - Rising
 
Here's what all I have downloaded

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FurryFelix

Rookie Fur
I have a lot of favs but I always find myself going back to Matter by St. Lucia. After that would be Talking Is Hard by Walk The Moon. Both of those albums lift my spirits up.
 

Alopecoid

Active Member
I have a lot of favs but I always find myself going back to Matter by St. Lucia. After that would be Talking Is Hard by Walk The Moon. Both of those albums lift my spirits up.

Ooo I love Talking Is Hard. So catchy. :cool:

Oh, Inverted World by The Shins will always be up there for me. Very strong songwriting and sunny, nostalgic production.
 

Raever

Chaotic Neutral Wreckage
I've never thought about it extensively. So I guess if I judged it based off of how many songs from a single album I've listened to, BMTH's Amo has currently stolen my heart.


Other runner-ups include,


And,

 
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Kharayi

A bit sketchy.
I can't decide on one, but I narrowed it down to 3:

Tame Impala - Lonerism - This one might be the album I've listened to more than any other, even carried me to safety through a few bad trips.

Garbage - Garbage - So many good catchy songs, I won't be surprised if I've learned how to play every song on this album by the time I die.

Broadcast - Tender Buttons - It's like they took their already amazing music, and threw it in a blender with a glitched out 8-bit video game. In a good way.
 

FurryFelix

Rookie Fur
Ooo I love Talking Is Hard. So catchy. :cool:

Oh, Inverted World by The Shins will always be up there for me. Very strong songwriting and sunny, nostalgic production.
Just listened to Oh, Inverted World and I got to say, I really like their style. That album is good to listen to a summer drive. Thanks for recommending!
 

WitherSDL

CEO of SDL
Two very different albums fight for the top spot. Drawing Black Lines by Project 86 and Lovage by Lovage.

Project 86 when I'm in a bad mood.


Lovage when I'm in a good mood.

 

DingRawD

floofy
I'm very picky when it comes to music. I have my favourite bands and I stick with them rather than explore new genres/bands.

These are my favourite albums from my bands:
TesseracT - Polaris.
Dayshell - Self-titled debut album
Keane - Hopes & Fears
Search The City - Flight
 

hardman13

Bouncy faithful powerful fox.
BALLADS 1 by joji, absolute masterpiece.
 

AceQuorthon

International Man Of Mystery
Probably The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
 

Guifrog

Blue Frog
Can't quite decide
I love the crazy organic ideas in Biophilia by Björk
The contemporary yet oldschool Southern rhythms in Brasileiro by Silva
The cyberpunk world in Identity Sequence by Zircon
The space journey through the fruit galaxy in Zest Quest by Lemonectric
And I guess anything that combines sounds with lots of visual background
 

hara-surya

Deviated Prevert
I have quite a few "desert island/after the bomb" albums:

Solitude Standing by Suzanne Vega
Lenka by Lenka
Kesmit by Jesca Hoop
Twilight of the Thunder God by Amon Amarth
Cyberpunk by Billy Idol
Mouth by Merrill Bainbridge
Reading, Writing and Arithmetic by The Sundays
Jill Sobule by Jill Sobule
Greatest Hits II by Billy Joel
Night Moves by Bob Seger
 

TyraWadman

The Silent Observer
If I had to pick just one, I'd pick Prozzak.
Which album is the question though...
Most albums I only like one or two songs. With Prozzak, I can sing along with the whole CD(s).
 
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