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1972
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St
David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Neil Young - Harvest
Townes Van Zandt - The Late, Great Townes Van Zandt
Deep Purple - Machine Head
Curtis Mayfield - Superfly

1971
Led Zeppelin IV
Stones - Sticky Fingers
Yes - Fragile
The Who - Who’s Next
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
David Bowie - Hunky Dory

1970
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Beatles - Let it Be
George Harrison - All things must pass
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Grateful Dead - American Beauty

(Edit: Added in 1970 - last one was a toss up with After the Gold Rush)

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1972
Rolling Stones - Exile on Main St
David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars
Neil Young - Harvest
Townes Van Zandt - The Late, Great Townes Van Zandt
Deep Purple - Machine Head
Curtis Mayfield - Superfly

1971
Led Zeppelin IV
Stones - Sticky Fingers
Yes - Fragile
The Who - Who’s Next
Jethro Tull - Aqualung
David Bowie - Hunky Dory

1970
Black Sabbath - Paranoid
Beatles - Let it Be
George Harrison - All things must pass
Hendrix - Band of Gypsys
Miles Davis - Bitches Brew
Grateful Dead - American Beauty

(Edit: Added in 1970 - last one was a toss up with After the Gold Rush)
1970
Live at Leeds- The Who (hmm live album, atypical, but loved this record)
Let it Be- The Beatles
Paranoid- Black Sabbath
Burrito Deluxe- Flying Burrito Brothers
After the Gold Rush- Neil
Bridge over Troubled Water- Simon and Garfunkel
(1970 was far harder than I thought and am second guessing including a live album)


1980
Back in Black- ACDC
The River- Springsteen
Closer- Joy Division
Boy-U2
True Colours- Split Enz
Double Fantasy- Lennon/Ono


(another hard year- not easy leaving Prince, the Clash, the Police, the Jam, Gabriel, Towsend, the Beat etc off the list) ...oh yah and sorry trout XTC too
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1980

Talking Heads - Remain in Light
Joy Division - Closer
Black Sabbath - Heaven and Hell
Rush - Permanent Waves
Iron Maiden - Iron Maiden
Peter Gabriel - Peter Gabriel (3)

2006

J Dilla - Donuts
Joanna Newsom - Ys
Agalloch - Ashes Against the Grain
The Roots - Game Theory
Clipse - Hell Hath No Fury
Tim Hecker - Harmony in Ultraviolet
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2006

Belle & Sebastian - The Life Pursuit
Destroyer - Destroyer's Rubies
Sonic Youth - Rather Ripped
Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
TV On The Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain
Built To Spill - You In Reverse

1989

Lou Reed - New York
Bob Mould - Workbook
Replacements - Don't Tell A Soul
B-52's - Cosmic Thing
XTC - Oranges & Lemons
Stone Roses - S/T
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Big Country is the most under-rated album of the 80s. Too bad they are seen as one hit wonders in North America, but that record is great from start to finish. Add on the Wonderland EP for some more great songs.

Big Country were essentially the Skids after the singer got the hump and pissed off, the Skids were a cracking band back in '78 '79

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These days, you play with The Skids [Stuart Adamson’s other band]; what’s that like?

Just fantastic! Again, that’s about honoring Stuart. It came up to the 30th anniversary, and Richard Jobson asked if I’d like to help with a gig. Normally, when Big Country or The Skids play, we play Dunfermline. We thought we should play a couple of gigs around the 30th anniversary, so we also did a slot at T in the Park. Then it got to a point where Richard said he’d like to do some writing again, so that led to Burning Cities. There’s another offshoot from that where it’s Jamie, Richard, and I doing an acoustic thing. He does some of his songs, I do some of mine and Richard tells stories. Sometimes these go on for two hours! Jamie and I have also recorded with Thomas Kercheval. We kind of did this isolation thing last year, because he’s in America and Jamie and I are in Scotland. I like to feel like we’re all in the same shared space, but a lot of artists file stuff over the internet these days. We called the album Men of Steel and ourselves WKW.
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2006

Belle & Sebastian - The Life Pursuit
Destroyer - Destroyer's Rubies
Sonic Youth - Rather Ripped
Flaming Lips - At War With The Mystics
TV On The Radio - Return To Cookie Mountain
Built To Spill - You In Reverse

1989

Lou Reed - New York
Bob Mould - Workbook
Replacements - Don't Tell A Soul
B-52's - Cosmic Thing
XTC - Oranges & Lemons
Stone Roses - S/T
Ok , I think I talked about 89 before but didn't rank it, so will try now. 89 is ridiculous
Pauls Boutique- Beasties
Full Moon Fever- Petty
Cosmic Thing- B52s
Up to Here- the Hip
Freedom - Neil Young
Doolittle - Pixies


I dont think we've done 1982 yet?
1999- Prince
The Beat- Special Beat Service
Rio- Duran Duran
Nebraska- Springsteen
Pornography- the Cure
The Gift- the Jam


I guess I need to acknowledge the existence of Thriller- never my favorite, but it is what it is- complicated story here now anyways in terms of legacy. The Clash, Iron Maiden, Elvis Costello and yes... XTC.. in the mix. maybe John Cougar too
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