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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    GNR almost made my list same with U2 but then I thought of the Queen album especially the song These Are The Days Of Our Lives.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Queen album was in my final 10. The show must go one is one powerful track.
    Primus was always gonna make my list just for Jerry alone. Great band and album. I don’t care for U2 and man Temple of the Dog never did much for me. GnR is great but Appetite is the only one of their albums is consider in any such countdown


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Next up is the 30 Pointers:


    Cypress Hill - Cypress Hill (Jake Your Booty #5, Fuji Vice #4)


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    Ozzy Osbourne - No More Tears (Creeping Death #5, The EC #4)


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    2 Pac - 2Pacalypse Now (Jimmy King #3)


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    Throwing Muses - The Real Ramona (Mister Miracle #3)


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    Blues Traveler - Travelers and Thieves (Baloocha #3)


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    3rd Bass - Derelicts of Dialect (Jake Your Booty #3)


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    Richie Sambora - Stranger in This Town (#3 Ms Flock)


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    Motorhead - 1916 (Creeping Death #3)


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    Pennywise - Pennywise (indyfan #3)


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    Another great group of albums, 3rd Bass with one of the all time great videos, Gas Face is also a great song. Cypress Hill's debut album was really big and really established them. Throwing Muses had Tanya Donelly in the band before she left to form
    Belly. A great album with great songs, but she'd struggle with sister Kristen Hersh over who was the leader of the band. I still love the song No More Tears to this day, that riff and guitar tone is huge, but not a fan of the album as a whole. I like the other bands/artists, but not these albums in particular.


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    WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    No more Tears is a great shout and as MM said the title track is just killer.

    Cypress Hill’s debut is timeless and Real Estate is the underrated track on that album

    3rd Bass is one of my all time favorite hip hop bands and Pop Goes the Weasel is a party pleaser

    Not super big into 2 PAC and not familiar enough with the other albums to throw knowledge


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    I don't think I've heard No More Tears all the way through but I do love that title track

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    No More Tears was a super late cut from my list. I do really like that album a lot though, No More Tears is my favorite Ozzy song tbh.

    2Pacalypse Now is a solid 2Pac album with good tracks like the one MM posted in the spoiler, Trapped, A Soulja’s Story, and Brenda’s Got A Baby. Not my favorite Pac album, that’s a tie between All Eyez On Me and Me Against The World but it’s still a good one from him.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Into the breech with the 40 Pointers:


    Fugazi - Steady Diet of Nothing (Mister Miracle #5, Silk #3)


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    Green Day - Kerplunk (indyfan #2)



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    Foreigner - Unusual Heat (Ms Flock #2)


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    Type O Negative - Slow, Deep and Hard (Creeping Death #2)


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    Helloween - Pink Bubbles Go Ape (Baloocha #2)


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    Primal Scream - Screamadelica (Mister Miracle #2)


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    I really love the groups of albums we get, all interesting and landmark in their own way. Happy to see someone else liked Fugazi. Not my favorite album by them, but it's hard for Fugazi to do wrong in my eyes. This album was a more mature Ian and the boys. Kerplunk is a really good album, a little uneven, but they were all 19 and it has songs I still listen to today. I didn't really get into Type O until Bloody Kisses, which is a couple years later. I really like that Kids of the Century song by Helloween, remember seeing it on Headbanger's Ball. I have to re-look into that album. I don't really like Foreigner without Lou Gramm or Kelly Hansen, at this time it was really Mick Jones and hired guns. I'm a big fan of Screamadelica, because its kinda all over the place musically...dance music, college/alternative music and psychedelic music, all squeezed into one album. Fun album to spin when I DJ'd in college.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Only album on this part I considered was Ten and I’m shocked only one person submitted it


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    I had Ten as my number 1. One of my favourites albums ever.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Quote Originally Posted by Shock View Post
    I had Ten as my number 1. One of my favourites albums ever.

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Im surprised im the only one who voted for Kerplunk. Its my fav album by Green day. I never got into Fugazi, and im surprised i never did. Im a huge fan of Minor Threat
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    The last group before the Top 5 are the 50 Pointers:


    A Tribe Called Quest - The Low End Theory (The EC #3, Jimmy King #4)


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    Travis Tritt - It's All About To Change (Ms Flock #1)


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    The Smashing Pumpkins - Gish (Mister Miracle #1)


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    Ice Cube - Death Certificate (Jake Your Booty #1)


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    Soundgarden - Badmotorfinger (Silk #1)


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    I really enjoy Low End Theory, Tribe is such a different type of rap group. I like Soundgarden well enough, but the only album I have is Louder Than Love. I always found other things to listen to. I'm a big fan of the Pumpkins debut album. Rewatching the videos from it is weird, because Corgan has a lot of hair. Ice Cube and Travis Tritt aren't really on my radar. The Top 5 will be next.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Low End Theory is great would be in my top 10. Never been a Soundgarden or Pumpkins guy. Love Ice Cube and this is probably his best album.


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    wow my number 1 sticks out like a sore thumb lol. But I will always love that album it was the first album I ever bought with my own monay

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Just different tastes in music. Every album has it's place on the list provided it was released in the year we're doing. I knew nobody would have my albums, but they're my favorites from that year. If I was making a best of 1991 for that year, it'd look different.


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    Oh I knew that going in lol. I just think it's kind of funny seing things like 2Pac and Ice Cube then my Travis Tritt in the countdown

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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Top 5 Time:


    Tied for 5th - 90 Points: Pearl Jam - Ten (Shock #1, Silk #2)


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    Tied for 5th - 90 Points: NOFX - Ribbed (indyfan #1, Jake Your Booty #2)


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    4th Place - 100 Points - RHCP - BSSM (Shock #3, Wolf Beast #3, Fuji Vice #3, Jimmy King #5)


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    3rd Place - 110 Points - R.E.M. - Out of Time (Baloocha #1, Wolf Beast #1, Shock #5)


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    Like I said before when I forgot Shock's vote...Pearl Jam's debut is one of the biggest in the history of music. Few bands have such immediate impact as they did. It still seems to get overlooked. The other album tied for 5th is arguably NOFX's biggest/best(?) album. The 4th place album BSSM is the album that crossed over RHCP. Mother's Milk put them on the map, BSSM took them into headlining arena's. The 3rd album is R.E.M.'s entrance into super stardom. It was the album for REM, where I stopped listening an entire REM album in a sitting. I like some songs on it and other songs...not so much.
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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Never liked REM and Under the Bridge being shoved into my ears 24/7 really ruined BSSM for me. Ribbed is great but their next two albums are probably better. I’m a massive NOFX mark though


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    Re: WC's Fave Five Albums - 1991

    Quote Originally Posted by JakeYourBooty View Post
    Never liked REM and Under the Bridge being shoved into my ears 24/7 really ruined BSSM for me. Ribbed is great but their next two albums are probably better. I’m a massive NOFX mark though


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    im also a huge NOFX mark. Ribbed is my favourite album. But Punk in Drublic is their biggest album. Happy it ranked as high as it did. Theres so many classics on this album. The Malachi Crunch is siiiiccckkk. The best Punk band of all time. The epitome of DIY. I love the fact they just dont give a shit about their fans. Everything they do is for their enjoyment. I like Pearl Jam in small doses. They are a super talented band.
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    White Trash will always be my favorite NOFX album simply because it’s the album that made me fall in love with them. Also their book makes the Dirt seem like mother goose.


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