Deserted Island, you get 5 albums.

Discussion in 'Music' started by UTcolorchangn420, May 12, 2004.

  1. You know the drill, what are the five albums you would take with you? My top 5 would be (in no order):
    Tool "Lateralus"
    Beatles "Revolver"
    Mudvayne "L.D. 50"
    Shpongle "Tales of the Inexpressible"
    Pink Floyd "Dark Side of the Moon"
     
  2. "Selling England by the Pound" or "Foxtrott" by Genesis

    "Roxy and Elsewhere" by Frank Zappa

    "A Passion Play" by Jethro Tull

    "Sturm" by Mellow Mark

    Best Of Richard Wagner
     
  3. InTheFlesh

    InTheFlesh Member

    The Wall-Pink Floyd
    Yield-Pearl Jam
    Piper at the gates of Dawn-Pink Floyd
    Highly Evolved-The Vines
    Dark Side of the Moon-Pink Floyd
     
  4. jackerouac

    jackerouac Member

    11/4/90 fort ram ........phish
    live in central park ........dave
    all eyez on me .........tupac
    skeletons from the closet........the dead
    anything from ...............ymsb

    this was too hard...
     
  5. CelticMuse

    CelticMuse Member

    1. Led Zepplin IV

    2. Fires At Midnight - Blackmore's Night

    3. Come Down - Velvet Hammer

    4. Soundtrack from FM

    5. The Long Road - Nickelback
     
  6. We_All_Shine_On

    We_All_Shine_On Senior Member

    shit son, thats tough....uhm.... ok I think:
    Sgt peppers
    Post by Bjork
    Girls can tell by Spoon
    dark side of the moon
    led zepplin early/latter days
     
  7. String Cheese Incident- Live at Redrocks '03

    Closer- Nine Inch Nails

    Animals- Pink Floyd

    Raise your skinny fists like antennaes to heaven- Godspeed You Black Emperor

    Probably a Best Of of The Doors.
     
  8. Ahh, me gusta Spoon! I love them, their vocals are great and the musics happy but not too god damn happy, you know?
     
  9. Carnivore

    Carnivore Visitor

    These are my top five:

    5) Ascension-John Coltrane (1965)
    4) Another Green World-Brian Eno (1975)
    3) Bitches Brew-Miles Davis (1969)
    2) The Velvet Underground & Nico-The Velvet Underground & Nico (1967)
    1) Tago Mago-Can (1971)
     
  10. Xiola

    Xiola One Lonely Seagull

    1. Jeff Buckley - Grace
    2. Paul Simon - Graceland
    3. Jane's Addiction - Nothing's Shocking
    4. John Lennon - Legend
    5. Massive Attack - Mezzanine
     
  11. Chris_mate

    Chris_mate Member

    I would definitely have to take reggae it’s really inspiring especialy on an island

    Peter tosh – dread or alive

    Peter tosh- captured live

    Bob Marley – song of freedom

    Led zeppelin – early/Later days

    Can I take my Peter tosh dvd to play on a coconut dvd player hahahahahaha
     
  12. Tool, Lateralus

    Tool, Aenima

    Minor Threat, Complete Discography

    Underworld, dubnobasswithmyheadman

    The Doors, The Doors
     
  13. KozmicBlue

    KozmicBlue Senior Member

    The Best of Bob Marley
    Dj Shadow- Entroducing
    Grateful Dead- American Beauty
    Oasis- What's the story (Morning glory)
    Pearl Jam -Vs.
     
  14. beachbum7

    beachbum7 Lookin' for any fun

    Here's my five (in no order):

    Sade - The Best Of
    Madonna - Ray of Light
    Jimi Hendrix - Are you Experienced
    Easy Rider Soundtrack
    Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
     
  15. Massive Attack - Blue Lines
    Simon and Garfunkel - Homeward bound
    any punk compilation that has Ever fallen in love by the buzzcocks, London calling by the clash and Teenage Kicks by the Undertones on it (I know i'm cheating but i cannot choose)
    Pulp - Differant Class
    Streets - Original Priate material
     
  16. drumminmama

    drumminmama Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    So Many Roads/ Grateful Dead
    Kan'Nal/ Kan'Nal (my spiritual fix for the moment)
    The Concert for Bangaladesh/ Harrison, et al
    Mysterious Light / Don Conocenti
    Drumming at the Edge of Magic/ Hart, et al

    like that was easy!
    No mountains?!?!?
    drumminmama
     
  17. mjoda

    mjoda Member

    Animals -- Pink Floyd
    Harvest -- Neil Young
    Cheap Thrills -- Big Bro. & the Holding Company
    Everybody Knows this is Nowhere -- Neil Young
    Ten -- Pearl Jam

    But I think I would really miss Blondie...hehe
     
  18. 7leafclover

    7leafclover Member

    Dylan-Highway 61 Revisited

    Phish-Farmhouse

    String Cheese-On the Road St. Louis

    Jethro Tull-Aqualung

    Ben Harper-Fight for your Mind
     
  19. Ginge

    Ginge Ye Olde Member

    The Beatles - 1

    Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks

    Tori Amos - Tales of a Librarian

    Fiona Apple - When the Pawn...

    Tarantino Mix - A CD I made with songs from Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, and Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2 (yeah, I cheated :p)
     
  20. newo

    newo Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    Sorry about the bluegrass post, I was trying to post it in a thread titled "Bluegrass" and I don't know WTF happened to make it end up here. So, five albums, they'd have to be

    Beatles - Abbey Road

    Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks

    The Who - Who's Next

    Santana - Abraxas

    Joe Walsh - So What
     

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