What albums stay in heavy rotation in your cd player?

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  1. Sheldon C

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    I don't mean recent cd's, I mean albums that you have listened to at least once a month or more for the past few years.

    My list:

    Tool - Aenima

    Megadeth - Rust In Peace

    Iced Earth - Burnt Offerings

    Dream Theatre - Images and Words

    Scenes From a Memory (almost too recent to

    make the list).

    Fear Factory - Demanufacture

    Obsolete (pretty recent)

    Metallica - 1st 5 albums, especially Lightning, Puppets,

    and Justice.

    Most listened to album: Master of Puppets

    *Disclamer* Don't think you have to be a metal head to

    respond!
     
  2. Evan S

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    Sheldon, these make it into my player at least once a month since the day I bought them.
    Robert Cray - Strong Persuader
    Happy Anniversary Charlie Brown - Various Jazz Artists
    Dada - American Highway Flower
    Stevie Ray Vaughn - Texas Flood
    Shawn Colvin - Fat City
    I'm sure there are a couple more that I'm forgetting, but in a collection of over 500 CD's, these find their way every single month at least once.
     
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    Tool - Aenima

    A Perfect Circle - Mer de Noms

    Filter - Title of Record

    Incubus - Make Yourself

    Orbital - Middle of Nowhere

    Orbital - In Sides

    Orbital - Orbital 2

    Some recent ones that havent been out of my cd player since their release date:

    Tool - Lateralus

    Incubus - Morning View
     
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    lateley:
    Tool - Lateralus
    Dave Mathews Band - Crash
    3 Doors Down - Better life
    Staind - Break the Cycle
    Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory
    Fiona Apple - Tidal
    Shawn Colvin - Few Small Repairs
    Everything But the Girl - Back to Mine
    Delerium - Odysey
    Crystal Method - both Tweekend and Vegas
    -> a lot of techno - BT, DJ Tiesto, compilations...
    DVD - Nine Inch Nails - All That Could Have Been
    *edit - Orbital hasn't been in heavy rotation lately, but they frequently are. [​IMG] "Even a stopped clock gives the right time twice a day..." [​IMG] Damn good stuff!
    Now Playing: Limp Bizkit - Significant Other.
     
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    Sade - any album

    Mark Knopfler - Sailing to Philadelphia

    Walter Trout - Go the Distance
     
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    INXS - Shabooh Shoobah

    REM - Out Of Time

    The Northern Pikes - Big Blue Sky

    Julie Miller - Blue Pony

    I finally just picked up REM's Murmur and now realize what all the fuss was about. A brilliant disc.
     
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    Michael - what songs are on Murmur that I might have heard?

    John - describe Orbital's style, I have never heard of them.
     
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    In Flames - Clayman
    Emperor - IX Equilibrium
    Pearl Jam - Ten
    Snake River Conspiracy - s/t
    Letters to Cleo - all their albums
    Belly - King
    Mary Lou Lord - s/t i think
    and of course my different compilation 'Bass Tracks' discs [​IMG]
     
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    Leif - I have Colony and I sort of like it; how does it compare with Clayman?
     
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    In my 5 disc changer, you will more often than not find:

    Natalie Merchant's....Tigerlily

    Dave Matthews Band....Under The Table and Dreaming

    Natalie Merchant's....Ophelia

    The Cult..............High Octane

    Stevie Ray Vaughn.....Couldn't Stand the Weather (SACD)

    Other routine swap-in's:

    DMB...Crash, Everyday, Live At Luther College

    Natalie Merchant...Motherland

    Matt
     
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    Sheldon, the "big hit" on the disc is Radio Free Europe. I'm curious to know how far up the billboard singles charts it went.

    Another song might be Talk About The Passion. I have that one on a greatest hits disc of theirs and never realized it was on murmur. As for the other songs I'm not sure if you would be familiar. I have only listened to it 3 times but plan to give it much more airplay
     
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    Scud Mountain Boys: Pine Box

    New Model Army: Strange Brotherhood

    The Church: Starfish

    Joy Division: Unknown Pleasures

    Wasted: The Best of Volume, pts 1 & 2

    Apoptygma Bezerk: Welcome to Earth

     
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    Aphex Twin-Richard D. James

    Bjork- Post

    Weezer-Weezer

    Zen-Strangeworld

    Wu Tang Clan-Enter

    Sonic Youth-Daydream Nation

    Tom Waits-Swordfishtrombones

    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds-Best of

    Gordon Lightfoot-Gord's Gold

    Jeff Buckley-Grace
     
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    Alisha's Attic - Illumina.

    I bought this 2 1/2 Years ago and I still listen to it at least once a week! Probably my best example of lasting value on a CD. I have all their albums and listen to all of them regularly too, but this one (Especially the song Dive In) always come back.
     
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    Sheldon - I bought Colony not too long ago. I don't really like it as much as I LOVE Clayman. Clayman is sooooo well recorded, so clean sounding, it's a joy to listen to. If you like metal at all, it's a MUST HAVE and if you like Colony at all, then Clayman is a no-brainer.

    A couple more albums I forgot:

    Gorillaz - s/t

    Pink Floyd - The Wall, DSOTM

    Tristania - Beyond the Veil

    RATM - s/t
     
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    most often played tend to be:

    slipknot: s/t & iowa

    mudvayne: l.d. 50

    kmfdm: angst, nihil, xtort, symbols, attak...

    tori amos: little earthquakes (not really a huge tori fan though my girlfriend is...i really enjoy the piano pieces)

    nine inch nails: everything...mostly the new still album

    sister machine gun: metropolis

    pink floyed: dsotm

    orbital: orbital 2 (everyone should own this cd)

    kevin t
     
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    Nine Inch Nails - Broken and The Fragile

    Tool - Aenima and Lateralus

    Jerry Garcia Band - How Sweet It Is and Shining Star

    Ben Folds - Rockin' the Suburbs

    Garbage - Version 2.0

    Alice in Chains - Dirt

    Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here

    Incubus - Morning View

    Dave Matthews Band - Before These Crowded Streets

    Grateful Dead - Dicks Picks #7 and Nightfall of Diamonds

    The Chemical Brothers - Exit Planet Dust

    Rage Against the Machine - 1st album

    The Doors - Strange Days and Waiting for the Sun

    -Dean-

    NP: Ben Folds - Rockin' the Suburbs
     
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    Aimme Mann - I'm With Stupid
     
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    Lately:

    -The Ramones "Road to Ruin"

    -Velvet Underground "Loaded" (Fully Loaded Edition)

    -Guided by Voices "Alien Lanes"

    -Joy Division "Uknown Pleasures"

    -Super Furry Animals "Guerilla" and "Rings Around the World"

    -Elvis Costello "When I was Cruel"

    -and you will know us by the trail of dead "Source Tags and Codes"
     

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