neckermanncj;3313168 said:why do you have Those To Come so high?! even higher than Gone For Good?! :eek:
ryan12147;3312510 said:Agreed, I hate their old stuff.
Gowienczyk;3313015 said:Remedy Lane >>>>> TPEAlso: Scarsick is their worst record. Not OHBTCL.
TheCoolGuy;3313238 said:love "those to come". not sure why you had that (and "pink bullets"!) so low, though i could move up "gone for good" a few notches because it's a great song. [all in my opinion, of course.]also, while i think "your algebra" is a low point of the album, i still think it to be the most unique on the album and it definitely catches my interest. it's my inspiration for my last.fm name. xP...of course, everything by the shins is amazing so ranking it low just means "not as amazing as other songs."
Rocket2Russia;3313067 said:The Doors:1. Strange Days2. The Doors3. Morrison Hotel4. Waiting for the Sun5. The Soft Parade6. L.A. WomanNever understood why their s/t was considered so superior to everything else by them, and I've never understood why L.A. Woman is considered one of their essential albums. Also, what's so wrong with The Soft Parade that everyone hates it so much?
afterstasis;3308350 said:who wants to do merzbow?
Rocket2Russia;3313067 said:The Doors:1. Strange Days2. The Doors3. Morrison Hotel4. Waiting for the Sun5. The Soft Parade6. L.A. Woman
killer_roach;3313529 said:Gowie: Definitely agreed on the RHCP stuff. Freaky Styley is, without question, one of their best.
Fizzeler;3313393 said:Spock's Beard1. Snow2. The Light
BuRn7 CaK3;3318344 said:Breaking Benjamin:1) Saturate2) Dear Agony3) We Are Not Alone4) PhobiaYou know, that one was kind of hard. Their debut is their best because after getting into the band during the We Are Not Alone years, I feel that Saturate feels like what Breaking Benjamin should be. Dear Agony is #2 because it mixes up Saturate, We Are Not Alone and Phobia into one album, which was what I wanted when I heard they were doing the album.
LRoq617;3321160 said:I am SO glad that someone agrees with me that Saturate is their best album. All of my friends who are BB fans swear their allegiance to Phobia, and I can't stand it. Way too emo for me, I guess. I still think I'd put We Are Not Alone above Dear Agony though. Dear Agony was great, but WANA is just awesome, and the bonus tracks (Ordinary Man, Rain re-recording, Lady Bug) just put it over the top.
Rocket2Russia;3308155 said:Sex Pistols:1. Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols
harveyglobetrot;3308157 said:Talking Heads1) Remain In Light2) Fear Of Music3) More Songs About Buildings And Food4) Little Creatures5) 776) Speaking In Tongues7) Naked8) True Stories
idiotec;3321641 said:My take:More Songs about Buildings and Food77Fear of MusicSpeaking in TonguesRemain in LightLittle CreaturesTrue StoriesNaked
LRoq617;3321160 said:The Offspring1) Ixnay on the Hombre2) Americana3) Conspiracy of One4) Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace5) Smash6) The Offspring7) Ignition8) Splinter
jayou521;3322096 said:Seriously?1. Smash2. The Offspring3. Americana4. Conspiracy of One5. Ignition6. Ixnay on the Hombre7. Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace8. Splinter
Lameboy19;3323862 said:I like Splinter ....:(
jayou521;3322096 said:Seriously?1. Smash2. The Offspring3. Ixnay on the Hombre 4. Ignition5. Americana6. Conspiracy of One7. Splinter8. Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
LRoq617;3324577 said:All this list denotes is that you seem to think they got worse with time, and I don't agree.
jayou521;3324595 said:No, I enjoyed every album except R&F,R&G~ That album had too many songs that were very removed from their punk roots, and I really can't stand listening to it at all.