I used to love Valentine 69... even though it appeared to be about some driver picking up some girl and killing her.ooh contraversial.
i was a little dissapointed the first whipping boy album didn't end up in there. its fantastically dark.
These would be on my list anyway. Not familiar with the rest.Not a great list as it omits
Mellow Candle - Swaddling Songs
Andy Irvine/Paul Brady - S/T
The Jimmy Cake - Dublin Gone, Everybody Dead
Planxty - ALL
Loudest Whisper - Children Of Lir
Noel Kelehan Quartet - Ozone
Mushroom - Early One Morning
Whipping Boy - Submarine
U2 - Zooropa
U2 - Pop
A House - Wide Eyed And Ignorant
I own 28.
Cheers - great song all the same.More
Stars of Heaven - Speak Slowly
Fatima Mansions - Lost In The Former West
Fatima Mansions - Viva Dead Ponies
Microdisney - The Clock Comes Down The Stairs
Jim - the LP is Crooked Mile. It's good but not their best.
I loved it/them til those fucking comeback gigs they did. They were worse than shite and I haven't been able to listen to them the same way ever since.Never liked Heartworm. The spoken bits of We Don't Need Nobody Else make me laugh. Which, I presume, was not the intention when they recorded it.
49. The Lion And The Cobra - Sinead O'Connor
45. On Our Big Fat Merry-Go-Round - A House
43. Been There Seen That Done That - Something Happens
42. Casanova - The Divine Comedy
37. The Unforgettable Fire - U2
26. The Undertones - The Undertones
24. Boy - U2
22. Casual Sex In The Cineplex - The Sultans of Ping
21. If I Should Fall From Grace With God - The Pogues
18. Inflammable Material - Stiff Little Fingers
17. Moondance - Van Morrison
16. Paradise In The Picturehouse - The Stunning
10: Rum, Sodomy and the Lash - The Pogues
9: I Am The Greatest - A House
8: Jailbreak - Thin Lizzy
7: 1977 - Ash
5: Astral Weeks - Van Morrison
4: U2 - The Joshua Tree
3: Loveless - My Bloody Valentine
2: U2 - Achtung Baby
1. Heartworm' by Whipping Boy. [/B]
I loved that album. I'd say mostly because it was like a secret album for me since no one knew of it. I was so excited for that gig in December 2005, which was before I lived here. I flew over so I could go to it. Sadly, I am with Scutter on this because after seeing them live, it just wasn't the same. As for the spoken bits, yes a bit hokey but I love his accent so it never bothered me being an American. How did Astral Weeks not make it on the list, clearly that should be number one. I'll be honest though, I haven't heard of half of the ones listed.
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