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    Uh, check your calender.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    I think most of the songs were written at least in part by Bon Scott before he died.
    Are you sure he only co-wrote before he died?
    Escalate. Always escalate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buck-50
    Pink Floyd after Meddle.
    So, echoes, then?
    Escalate. Always escalate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tig
    I dunno, I still like ...And Justice for All
    I know they tried too hard technically, and the transition to pop status was beginning, but it was their last great album, IMO.



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    Quote Originally Posted by brujenn
    Are you sure he only co-wrote before he died?
    According to the web he had 12 or so songs ready to go. The band decided to start over from scratch, but likely used some of the lyrics and riffs for inspiration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bopApocalypse
    doesn't that basically cover the entirety of their studio work (excepting that horrible "Don't Stand" remake, which, like Alien: Resurrection, doesn't actually exist atmo)?
    I wuz really thinking of solo projects. Specifically, der stinglehoffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brujenn
    So, echoes, then?
    Loooooooove me the echoes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatsmybush
    Who always sucked.
    You jamming to Hannah Montana?

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    Quote Originally Posted by buck-50
    Loooooooove me the echoes.

    20 minutes or so of goodness.
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    The Cure, Faith. After that it was all crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bocephus Jones II
    yup...though Diver Down was marginal and 1984 was the beginning of the end. Eddie playing cheesy keyboards? Gimme a break.
    Diver Down was worse than any album Sammy did.
    Fair Warning was my favorite with David. And Right Here Right Now (live) was my favorite with Sammy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaegermeister269
    Allman Brothers after they all left but one
    I didn't much like the Allman Brothers after Live at the Fillmore East
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Nazium
    Um ... wasn't there only one more album after that anyway? "Let it Be"?
    It's a trick question. Abbey Road was the last album they recorded. Let it Be was the last album they released.

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    Springsteen - anything after Darkness
    Clapton - 461 Ocean Blvd (with some flashes of brilliance)
    Joe Jackson - Night and Day
    Who - Quadrophenia (with some flashes of brilliance)
    Little Feat - The Last Record Album (Waiting for Columbus excepted)
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatsmybush
    Not only that..."let it be" had...friggin' Let it Be on it! .
    Let it Be is the only Beatle album I never owned. Sorry, didn't do it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2cflyr
    metallica after Master
    Yea, that ^

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    Quote Originally Posted by buck-50
    Pink Floyd after Meddle.

    The Beatles after rubber soul.

    Rev. Horton Heat after full custom gospel sound

    Ministry after land of rape and honey

    The police after synchronicity

    Ministry is an interesting one. I sorta agree that they went down hill after LORAH, but the also sucked when they first came out too. Their first album was some synth pop BS, and they improved after that.

    I say Green Day went to crap after Warning. I wasn't impressed with American Idiot, to me it seems like they were just trying to hard to come across with a message and seem political.

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    Ramones - Too Tough To Die
    The Replacements - Tim
    Prince - Purple Rain
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