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ruzil
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The Isley Brothers. 8 track was awesome.


Go For Your Guns






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HeadyBrosevelt
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Johnny Greenwood is the Controller





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Dandy Lion
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Toys in the Attic
It´s Only Rock and Roll
Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
A Night at the Opera






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HempHead
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Live at Fillmore East
Led Zeppelin II
Kind of Blue






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LooseCannon22282
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yurintroubl
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That's ok. I'm a lover, not a fighter.


I'm a snuggler, not a biter.






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Pepe Lepew
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White Shadeaux
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I'm a snuggler, not a biter.



I'm in e-love.






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TailgateTiger
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This still impacts me.
Devo's first album...
Q: Are we not men?
A: Were are devo!
Listen to this album without stopping it. You will find yourself going back to it a few days later over and over again for years to come. Still cutting edge and beyond after all these years. Way ahead of their time.






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NachoReb
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AIC - Dirt
Soundgarden - Superunknown
Outkast - ATLiens
Metallica - Master of Puppets
Radiohead - The Bends






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uglycasanova7
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trillhog
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i remember being on vacation t a really young age in Destin with my parents and we were having dinner on at a marina and a huge boat rolled up rocking "africa" by TOto , the boat had girls they were drinking beer, i knew then that is what i wanted to do, and that song has been my jam ever since.





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JohnZeroQ
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First album growing up that I ever truly listened to front to back. To this day this album still RAGES.






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shinerfan
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Purple Rain





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MontanaMax
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First album that really got me into music. Still one of my favorites.






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Walter White
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Lafayette/New Orleans
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All the Zeppelin albums and all The Doors albums.


Same here, man. My dad played some Zeppelin for me when I was about 12 and had just bought a bass guitar. He was playing it to see if I could pick up the bass line. I was a LedHead from that point on. As for the bass, I said screw it

Then I heard The Doors a few years later and was mesmerized by Ray Manzarek's ability to play the keyboard. To this day, it's my favorite instrument.






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