Radio X (UK) - The Best Albums of 1986, 1987, and 1988 (2017)

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Radio X (UK) - The Best Albums of 1986, 1987, and 1988 (2017)

Post by StevieFan13 » Wed Sep 27, 2017 7:23 pm

We got another bunch! ... e=post&f=3 ... um-tracks/ ... ms-tracks/

Public Image Ltd. | Album
Big Black | Atomizer
The Flaming Lips | Hear It Is
Metallica | Master of Puppets
Depeche Mode | Black Celebration
Hüsker Dü | Candy Apple Grey
Talk Talk | The Colour of Spring
Sigue Sigue Sputnik | Flaunt It!
Butthole Surfers | Rembrandt Pussyhorse
Cocteau Twins | Victorialand
Siouxsie and the Banshees | Tinderbox
The Cure | Standing on a Beach: The Singles [compilation]
Sonic Youth | Evol
Run-DMC | Raising Hell
The Smiths | The Queen is Dead
James | Stutter
The Fall | Bend Sinister
The Sisterhood | Gift
The Jesus and Mary Chain | Some Candy Talking EP
R.E.M. | Lifes Rich Pageant
Spacemen 3 | Sound of Confusion
Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds | Kicking Against the Pricks
Throwing Muses | Throwing Muses
Billy Bragg | Talking with the Taxman About Poetry
Iron Maiden | Somewhere in Time
New Model Army | The Ghost of Cain
New Order | Brotherhood
The Chameleons | Strange Times
Megadeth | Peace Sells...But Who's Buying?
Slayer | Reign in Blood
The Housemartins | London 0, Hull 4
Beastie Boys | Licensed to Ill
The The | Infected
The Mission | God's Own Medicine
Kraftwerk | Electric Cafe

R.E.M. | Document
Hüsker Dü | Warehouse: Songs and Stories
Butthole Surfers | Locust Abortion Technician
Julian Cope | St. Julian
Prince | Sign 'O' the Times
U2 | The Joshua Tree
Happy Mondays | Squirrel and G-Man Twenty Four Hour Party People
Public Enemy | Yo! Bum Rush the Show
The Cure | Kiss Me Kiss Me Kiss Me
Guns N' Roses | Appetite for Destruction
New Order | Substance [compilation]
The Smiths | Strangeways, Here We Come
Pixies | Come On Pilgrim
Depeche Mode | Music for the Masses
The Wedding Present | George Best
Pop Will Eat Itself | Box Frenzy
The Jesus and Mary Chain | Darklands
Sisters of Mercy | Floodlands

The Mission | Children
Morrissey | Viva Hate
Pixies | Surfer Rosa
The House of Love | The House of Love
The Wonder Stuff | The Eight-Legged Groove Machine
Dinosaur Jr. | Bug
R.E.M. | Green
Happy Mondays | Bummed
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Re: Radio X (UK) - The Best Albums of 1986, 1987, and 1988 (2017)

Post by StevieFan13 » Mon Oct 02, 2017 10:55 pm

But wait! There's more!

1966 ... time/1966/
Simon & Garfunkel | Sounds of Silence
Love | Love
The Rolling Stones | Aftermath
Bob Dylan | Blonde on Blonde
The Small Faces | The Small Faces
The Beach Boys | Pet Sounds
The Beatles | Yesterday and Today
The Mothers of Invention | Freak Out!
The Yardbirds | Yardbirds [aka Roger the Engineer]
The Byrds | Fifth Dimension
The Beatles | Revolver
Simon & Garfunkel | Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme
The Kinks | Face to Face
The Monkees | The Monkees
The 13th Floor Elevators | The Psychedelic Sounds of the 13th Floor Elevators
The Rolling Stones | Big Hits (High Tide and Green Grass) [compilation]
Cream | Fresh Cream
The Who | A Quick One
Buffalo Springfield | Buffalo Springfield

1979 ... ms-tracks/
Elvis Costello and the Attractions | Armed Forces
David Bowie | Lodger
The Cure | Three Imaginary Boys
Joy Division | Unknown Pleasures
AC/DC | Highway to Hell
Talking Heads | Fear of Music
Blondie | Eat to the Beat
Pink Floyd | The Wall
Public Image Ltd. | Metal Box
The Jam | Setting Sons
The Clash | London Calling

1980 ... ms-tracks/
OMD | Orchestral Maneouvres in the Dark
Ramones | End of the Century
The Psychedelic Furs | The Psychedelic Furs
The Cure | Seventeen Seconds
Iron Maiden | Iron Maiden
The Human League | Travelogue
Magazine | The Correct Use of Soap
Joy Division | Closer
Echo and the Bunnymen | Crocodiles
AC/DC | Back in Black
Siouxsie and the Banshees | Kaleidoscope
Killing Joke | Killing Joke
Dead Kennedys | Fresh Fruit for Rotting Vegetables
David Bowie | Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps)
Talking Heads | Remain in Light
U2 | Boy
Bauhaus | In a Flat Field
The Teardrop Explodes | Kilimanjaro
Blondie | Autoamerican
The Jam | Sound Affects
Motorhead | Ace of Spades
The Clash | Sandinista!

1985 ... s-of-1985/
Hüsker Dü | New Day Rising
The Smiths | Meat is Murder
The Sisters of Mercy | First and Last
New Order | Low Life
R.E.M. | Fables of the Reconstruction
Talking Heads | Little Creatures
The Cure | The Head on the Door
Red Hot Chili Peppers | Freaky Styley
Kate Bush | Hounds of Love
The Chameleons | What Does Anything Mean, Basically?
The Cult | Love
The Jesus and Mary Chain | Pyschocandy

And a few others that I think could count.

The Greatest Ever Second Albums ... nd-albums/
Oasis | (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
Portishead | Portishead
The Beatles | With The Beatles
Blur | Modern Life is Rubbish
Foo Fighters | The Colour and the Shape
Happy Mondays | Bummed
Joy Division | Closer
Kings of Leon | Aha Shake Heartbreak
Muse | Origin of Symmetry
My Bloody Valentine | Loveless
Nirvana | Nevermind
Pixies | Doolittle
Public Image Ltd. | Metal Box
Radiohead | The Bends
Smashing Pumpkins | Siamese Dream
The Killers | Sam's Town
Coldplay | A Rush of Blood to the Head
New Order | Power, Corruption and Lies
Queens of the Stone Age | Rated R
Gorillaz | Demon Days
The Smiths | Meat is Murder
Arctic Monkeys | Favourite Worst Nightmare
The Cure | Seventeen Seconds

The Greatest Final Albums
The Smiths | Strangeways, Here We Come
Joy Division | Closer
David Bowie | Blackstar
Nirvana | In Utero
The Beatles | Abbey Road [speaking technically]
The Stone Roses | Second Coming
Oasis | Dig Out Your Soul
The Verve | Forth
The Jimi Hendrix Experience | Electric Ladyland
Jeff Buckley | Grace
The Jam | The Gift
The White Stripes | Icky Thump
Talking Heads | Naked
The Clash | Cut the Crap
The Doors | An American Prayer
Sex Pistols | Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols
The Maccabees | Marks to Prove It
R.E.M. | Collapse Into Now
Amy Winehouse | Back to Black
Music is a world within itself, with a language we all understand - Sir Duke (1976)

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