What album do you tend to turn up?

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  1. Type A

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    So, what artist and album are you most likely to annoy the cat and neighbors with?

    For me its Crystal Method-Vegas.
     
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    Good choice.

    Queensryche-Operation Mindcrime
     
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    There are certain classic rock favorites that are automatic "turn it up" moments for me:

    Deep Purple - Who Do We Think We Are?

    Montrose - Selftitled release

    Boston - Their first one

    Anything by Ted Nugent, ZZ Top

    10cc - Dreadlock Holiday (for some reason I must have this cranked)
     
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    Another one that at least is less than a decade old "No One Knows" - Queens of the Stone Age
     
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    Abbey Road by The Beatles. And the last time I did it after 10:00pm, the neighbors called the police on me...
     
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    Mine are:

    Live 79 (Hawkwind)

    Warrior on the Edge of Time (Hawkwind)

    Some Enchanted Evening (Blue Oyster Cult)

    Rainbow Rising (Rainbow)

    Ballads & Blues (Gary Moore)
     
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    I'm no longer a fan of really loud music. old. But... The Who can never be turned up enough. I just have the grtest hits, but it must be played very very loud or not at all.
     
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    If I had to pick just one, well...

    Van Halen (Van Halen)


    Others that tend to get played louder include:

    Are You Experienced (The Jimi Hendrix Experience) - especially Third Stone from the Sun
    Disraeli Gears (Cream)
    In Utero (Nirvana)
    L.A. Woman (The Doors)
    Facelift / Alice in Chains (Alice in Chains)
    Physical Grafitti (Led Zeppelin)
    Let it Bleed (The Rolling Stones)
    Purple (Stone Temple Pilots)
    Brothers in Arms (Dire Straits)

    - Walter.
     
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    No Sleep 'Til Hammersmith (Motorhead). Not really a favourite but very loud!
     
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    All of them.
     
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    Wow...your neighbors are pretty serious. Abby Road is my favorite Beatles album and I always crank it, too.I was living in an apartment building years ago and one night, "I Want You To Want Me" by Cheap Trick came on the radio, and I cranked the volume (but just for that one song). I think it was around midnight and my speakers were mounted near the ceiling, which didn't help. My upstairs neighbor complained to management about me the next day, and I got a call from them. At least he didn't call the cops! I was much more careful about volume levels after that.Recently, I was listening to some ELO that I hadn't heard in a while, and had it turned up pretty loud. I'm not in an apartment anymore, so volume is not an issue.
     

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