to carry on from the twat post...lets have it out...i'd go for one of these 4
to carry on from the twat post...lets have it out...i'd go for one of these 3
That Stone Roses is technically 1989, but it still gets my vote.
10/15 years down the line, Spiritualized and MBV are the only things mentioned so far in this thread that I could imagine listening too.
without a doubt:
better than blue lines???
i like drum and bass and i hated this albumsorry to second guess your opinion but thats what this place is all about
you zionist herpy soar
my 4 this one's a little obscure...
Having grown up in London in the 90s, my view may be somewhat different than some peoples on this board. If we approach it from the angle of how well these albums have aged, I would give the following the obligatory nod of the head:A sound and style unique to this album. Took them 5 years to make but worth it. The opposite of the first LP which was more a collection of singles, this is an ALBUM with great songs and production.Straight up their best album - amazing songwriting and only a hint of the inflated egos that would spoil their later albums.Again, another unique album. Huge.Loved by Primal Scream fans, under-rated by others. 'Movin' On Up' and 'Loaded' still kill it for me.