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Old 30th December 2003, 15:17   #1
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Discographies you plan to complete in 2004:

This sounds ambitious, but it ain't:

Bands (with large catalogues)
The Beatles (started)
The Kinks (started)
Mothers of Invention (80% there already)
Frank Zappa (not started)
Pink Floyd (started)
Led Zeppelin (60% there already)
Thin Lizzy (not started)
Tangerine Dream (started)
The Who (started)

Complete genres (or as near as)
Dreampop
Electroclash
New Wave
Krautrock
Detroit Techno
1980's complete chart content (top 30+, UK)

Better get on then.

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Old 31st December 2003, 01:27   #2
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The Beatles and Pink Floyd have quite a few albums actually, at least 20 a piece. Then there are the Pink Floyd members going solo.

I should be done my plans in a month:

Rush (had it done before, damn virii)
Meshuggah (only a few albums, half done)
Soundgarden (only a few albums, some done)
Kreator (I'll have to listen to a few albums before I commit to an entire disco)
Overkill (same)
ZZ Top (15 or so albums, not too bad)
Alice Cooper (Damn guy has 30 albums out, a might wind up picking select albums)
Therapy? (Only a few albums)
Judas Priest (Only a few more to go)
As much speed/thrash metal as I can get my grubby paws on .
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Old 31st December 2003, 02:08   #3
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Beatles (have all official records)
Modest Mouse (about 50% there)
Jesus and Mary Chain (practically none)
The Flaming Lips (2 ablums)

.. Hmm, i need to find some new bands to get into

btw, cylob, ive got most of the frank zappa collection. That man has some weiiirrdd stuff. If you like that, i recommend some Captain Beefheart(don van vliet) and Gary Lucas, and maybe even some Meat Puppets. Hell, even Tom Waits.

Its a very deep road to go down.
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Old 31st December 2003, 07:23   #4
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The Beatles
Pink Floyd
Led Zeppelin
Pixies
David Bowie
Hendrix
Joy Division
Smiths

All started.

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Neil Young - 1 to go (a bootleg)
Eric Clapton - 3 or 4 to go ( original albums)
O.M.D - 1 missing
alan parsons - 2 left to get

starting with
Pink Floyd - got 4 already ( still a long way to go)
Mo - 3 albums none I own ( hard to get)
PJ Harvey - got just a few tracks

and what ever comes my way

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Old 31st December 2003, 08:07   #6
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I wonder why people want to collect those
Here are some of my type of music.For the next two months....
Richrad Marx(A few to go)
Bee Gees(started)
Take that(My latest discovery- started)
Roxette(have 50%)
Sarah Mclanchlan(started)
Sheryl crow(started)
John Mayer(started)

All pop music is good music but all good music isn't pop music
Wanna know more about pop music or my boy-bands?
Westlife / Backstreet Boys / Savage Garden / NSync / Michael Learns to Rock

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Argh, i'll have to add The Pixies and david bowie to my list (both 90% done already)
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I wonder why people want to collect those
could ask you the same about your choises in music


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Bee Gees(started)
Sarah Mclanchlan(started)
Sheryl crow(started)
I think your taste in music is slowly getting better
nothing wrong with some of the artist mentioned by you.
this is promissing for the year 2004

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Old 31st December 2003, 10:14   #9
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Bands :
Pet Shop Boys
The Smiths
Alpha

Genre

Ambient
Quality instrumental music
Ethereal Pop
Good Electronica
Rock of course

Cylob, good luck for completing a Tangerine Dream discography. They've released like 70 studio albums
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Old 31st December 2003, 11:27   #10
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Murderdolls (90% done)
SlipKnoT discovered some unreleased tracks.
Nirvana (started)
Black Sabbath (80% there)
Pink Floyd (have 2 albums, need more)
Deftones (started)
Slayer (3 albums)

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Old 31st December 2003, 11:32   #11
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Cylob, good luck for completing a Tangerine Dream discography. They've released like 70 studio albums
70 albums? I may get bored and do 10 albums a year (completing by 2010 then).

What exactly is ethereal pop?

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Jesus and Mary Chain (practically none)
Call yourself a music lover? Better get that rectified.
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PJ Harvey - got just a few tracks
Same there. Shame on you.

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Old 31st December 2003, 15:55   #12
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Call yourself a music lover? Better get that rectified.
I know i know.. ive been putting it off for so long.

I have two albums here.
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Old 31st December 2003, 16:00   #13
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Remember, the JAMC are the foundation-stone of many a band. Without them, the 90's could've been a pafetic wasteland (rather like the 2000's are now).

That's what happens when great bands are buried in sand.

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Old 31st December 2003, 16:13   #14
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Box-sets/compilations:

International Deejay Gigolos (have 1,2,3,4,5,6,7)
Nova Tunes (have 1,2,3,4,7,8)
New Wave Complex (have 1,3,5)
Colette (have 1,4,5)
Trojan Records (2 x albums down today)
Lounge Deluxe (not started)
2 Many DJ's (started)
DJ Kicks (started)
Rough Trade (started)

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Old 6th January 2004, 17:56   #15
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Led Zeppelin complete.

i
ii
iii
iv
Houses of the Holy
Physical Grafitti
Presence

I didn't bother with 'In Through the Out Door' (looks crap). Onwards now to The Beatles.

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Old 6th January 2004, 18:52   #16
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i still need to buy Bon Jovi - Crossroad (the Greatest Hits) to finish my Bon Jovi collection, then im going to seek out Ritchie Sambora's solo albums, cus he rocks.

I need to get Feast On Scraps by alanis as well, but the hardest thing i want to do now is get all the sting/police albums. i've only got 4


edit:
i just noticed you said Take That apola. thats the last straw. i've held back on boyband comments, because you got so many, but they just suck. im mean completely. my sister (who was all into boybands and stuff) only pretnded to like them because she wanted to be friends with someone who was a big fan or something. she bought all the merchandise, but none of the music! please, dont buy anymore of their records...please (and gary barlow, what a tosser)


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@ outlaw Jim welcome to the club

want to add a lot of curve ( thanks cylob for pointing me in the right direction) and rush

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Old 6th January 2004, 19:40   #18
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lol, actually, i think i was being a little harsh, i was just in a bit of a bad mood about boybands in general, my friend ashliegh was going on about westlife or something. anyways, im sorry apola, but teake that are just pants. but i stand by gary barlow being a tosser


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you should have seen yesterdays episode of "never mind the buzzcocks" martin was on a roll yesterday he made jokes about westlife all the time and at the end of the show he apologized for everything he said and ending with that it hasn't happened yet.

nearly wetted my pants laughing.

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but i stand by gary barlow being a tosser
Outlaw (chum), you've just coined my next signature.

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Old 8th January 2004, 07:29   #21
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Beatles complete...

Please Please Me
With The Beatles
Meet The Beatles
Hard Day's Night
Beatles For Sale
Help!
Rubber Soul
Revolver
Sgt Peppers
Magical Mystery Tour
White Album
Yellow Submarine
Abbey Road
Let It Be

Now, swiftly on to Thin Lizzy

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Old 8th January 2004, 07:41   #22
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I hope to complete my Aerosmith Discography, I've got 9 more to go I believe.
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Old 8th January 2004, 08:01   #23
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Plans for 2004:

Pink Floyd ... Got 16 albums so far: all the studio albums, plus Relics and Echoes (compilations). Want the Shine On boxed set (when I've got $270 to spend on it ). Then the live sets. Then all the solo work by Roger, Syd, Nick, David and Richard. Then Storm Thorgerson's books.

Liz Phair ... Got all her normal album releases, plus 4 bootleg discs (all the demos). Need Juvenilia (EP), and that's about it. No new tracks on it for me except Animal Girl and her cover of The Vapors Turning Japanese (the rest is stuff from the Girlysound sessions, which I already have). But I need this one anyway.

Rush ... Got 10 albums. Need the other 248.

The Cure ... Got Galore and Staring At The Sea, need all the "real" albums.

L7 ... Got Bricks Are Heavy. Lost two others I had. Want them all.

Everything Kathleen Hanna ever recorded.


Collections I've already completed (not counting bootlegs): The B-52's, Hole, The Police, Led Zeppelin.

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Rush ... Got 10 albums. Need the other 248.

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Old 8th January 2004, 08:35   #25
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my uncle has every rush album. i have about half of them

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I have the lot, all 248. Every one excellent, every one.

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248, how is that possible/??

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Some work-rate eh! What amazes me is how all 248 are top-drawer. I suppose 'Counterparts' is dodgy in places, but the good tracks on it are GOOD....

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What is the average number of songs for each album, coz 248 albums baffles me.

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Depends. In their prog-rock phase some albums only had 4 tracks, but some were 20 minutes a piece. Monoliths...

Mid 80's onwards the albums were like everyone elses - 10 x tracks about 3-5 minutes in length.

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Old 8th January 2004, 16:06   #32
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To me, ethereal pop is maybe what you call "dream pop" yourself : usually soft/pop tunes with crystalline or enchanting female vocals, I would rank Cocteau Twins and Hooverphonic in that genre.

What is dreampop ?
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To me, (as music ain't black and white), anything that resembles either My Bloody Valentine or Slowdive is 'dreampop'. There are legions of bands modelled on them (and a thriving US scene right now). In addition to the MBV/Slowdive sound, anything ethereal is also dreampop (such as the Cocteaus). It's just convenient for me to pigeonhole them there.

Then you have 'ambient pop' (from Stereolab to Saint Etienne). I class Hooverphonic here. I don't like the term 'trip-hop', frankly it sucks..... Portishead are 'ambient pop' to me, NOT trip-hop.

It's amazing how many bands (US and British) derive their sound from MBV, Slowdive or Stereolab.... It keeps me awake at night thinking about it.

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i finished buying all the michelle branch albums that are out! (only two ) but its still a finished thinger, along with the strokes (also only two albums :P) i guess they dont count i just dont have the money for cds anymore (spent my last £12 on the spirit room)


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I'd like to get my hands on all the Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones and Creedence Clearwater Revival hybrid SACD's. I haven't started but I probably will in a month or two.
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i finished buying all the michelle branch albums that are out! (only two )
LOL. I've only got half her collection (Hotel Paper), but I do want the "rest".

I didn't mention some of the artists/bands whose whole collections I have that are only a few albums (or less), like Natalie Imbruglia, Nina Gordon, Vanessa Carlton, Norah Jones and Garbage.

Doesn't make them any less great, though. With these artists I consider it "getting in on the ground floor".

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The Who complete up to Quadrophenia (1973). No point in going beyond that point really, 1974 is glam-rock territory (mods are out)!

The Who Sings My Generation
A Quick One (Happy Jack)
The Who Sell Out
Magic Bus
Tommy
Live at Leeds
Who's Next
Quadrophenia

Thin Lizzy - The Greatest Hits will suffice.

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Scor : who's the woman in your avatar ? I think I've already seen her but can't put a name on her face.
I just changed it a few minutes ago, as a matter of fact.

Before the change it was Piper Perabo (Coyote Ugly, Cheaper By The Dozen).

Now it's Alyson Hannigan (Buffy: The Vampire Slayer, American Pie).


@taylor: Rush doesn't actually have 248 releases. I was just kidding, but they do have a lot of albums if you're trying to collect them all. Here are most of them, but I'm sure there are some bootlegs and what not that might not be listed.

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