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PostPosted: August 6 19, 10:14 pm 
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33anda3rd wrote:
A Chronological Playlist of GRB Nostalgia Jams Based on This Thread So Far

Country Comfort, Elton John, 1970
Smoke on the Water, Deep Purple, 1972
I Want To Be Free, Ohio Players, 1974
Magic Man, Heart, 1976
My My Hey Hey, Neil Young, 1979
A Token Of My Extreme, Frank Zappa, 1979
Romeo and Juliet, Dire Straits, 1980
California Uber Alles, Dead Kennedys, 1980
Our Lips Are Sealed, The Go-Gos, 1981
Gardening At Night, REM, 1982
Gone Daddy Gone, Violent Femmes, 1982
Cooky Puss, Beastie Boys, 1983
New Years Day, U2, 1983
I Lost on Jeopardy, Weird Al Yankovic, 1984
Jump, Van Halen, 1984
Manic Monday, The Bangles, 1986
Never Tear Us Apart, INXS, 1987
Ana Ng, They Might Be Giants, 1988
Joy And Pain, Rob Bass and DJ EZ Rock, 1988
Head Like a Hole, Nine Inch Nails, 1989
One, U2, 1991
Alive, Pearl Jam, 1991
Don’t Cry, Guns N Roses, 1991
The Unforgiven, Metallica, 1991
Helpless, Sugar, 1992
The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite, REM, 1992
Lil Ghetto Boy, Dr Dre, 1992
Round Here, Counting Crows, 1993
I Am I Be, De La Soul, 1993
Cumbersome, Seven Mary Three, 1994
You Wreck Me, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, 1994
Halftime, Nas, 1994
Take It Back, Pink Floyd, 1994
I Alone, Live, 1994
Possum Kingdom, Toadies, 1994
Longview, Green Day, 1994
Gangsta’s Paradise, Coolio, 1995
A Long December, Counting Crows, 1996
Popular, Nada Surf, 1996
Pepper, Butthole Surfers, 1996
Superman’s Dead, Our Lady Peace, 1997
Semi-Charmed Life, Third Eye Blind, 1997
Dammit, Blink 182, 1997
Sex and Candy, Marcy Playground, 1997
Cancer For The Cure, Eels, 1998
All The Small Things, Blink 182, 1999
Army, Ben Folds, 1999
A Praise Chorus, Jimmy Eat World, 2001


this is fantastic
Thank you.


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 11:29 am 
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Let me throw some '60's in there. Okay, a couple of '70s too. Albums that I loved in HS and rediscovered on Spotify.

The Paul Butterfield Blues Band, 1965
Blues breakers with Eric Clapton, John Mayall, 1966
Axis: Bold as Love, Jimi Hendrix, 1967
The Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967
Peter Green’s Fleetwood Mac, 1968
Blind Faith, 1969
Boz Scaggs, 1969
Let It Bleed, Rolling Stones, 1969
John Barleycorn Must Die, Traffic, 1970
The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys, Traffic, 1971


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 11:32 am 
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That is a pretty damn good playlist.


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 12:40 pm 
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With a tip of the hat to Rad for adding some generational balance......

A Chronological Playlist of GRB Nostalgia Jams Based on This Thread So Far v2.0
Born In Chicago, Butterfield Blues Band, 1965
What'd I Say, Blues Breakers, 1966
If 6 Was 9, Jimi Hendrix, 1967
Heroin, The Velvet Underground & Nico, 1967
Shake Your Moneymaker, Fleetwood Mac, 1968
Can't Find My Way Home, Blind Faith, 1969
I'll Be Long Gone, Boz Scaggs, 1969
Gimme Shelter, The Rolling Stones, 1969
John Barleycorn (Must Die), Traffic, 1970
Country Comfort, Elton John, 1970
Rock & Roll Stew, Traffic, 1971
Smoke on the Water, Deep Purple, 1972
I Want To Be Free, Ohio Players, 1974
Magic Man, Heart, 1976
My My Hey Hey, Neil Young, 1979
A Token Of My Extreme, Frank Zappa, 1979
Romeo and Juliet, Dire Straits, 1980
California Uber Alles, Dead Kennedys, 1980
Our Lips Are Sealed, The Go-Gos, 1981
Gardening At Night, REM, 1982
Gone Daddy Gone, Violent Femmes, 1982
Cooky Puss, Beastie Boys, 1983
New Years Day, U2, 1983
I Lost on Jeopardy, Weird Al Yankovic, 1984
Jump, Van Halen, 1984
Manic Monday, The Bangles, 1986
Never Tear Us Apart, INXS, 1987
Ana Ng, They Might Be Giants, 1988
Joy And Pain, Rob Bass and DJ EZ Rock, 1988
Head Like a Hole, Nine Inch Nails, 1989
One, U2, 1991
Alive, Pearl Jam, 1991
Don’t Cry, Guns N Roses, 1991
The Unforgiven, Metallica, 1991
Helpless, Sugar, 1992
The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite, REM, 1992
Lil Ghetto Boy, Dr Dre, 1992
Round Here, Counting Crows, 1993
I Am I Be, De La Soul, 1993
Cumbersome, Seven Mary Three, 1994
You Wreck Me, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, 1994
Halftime, Nas, 1994
Take It Back, Pink Floyd, 1994
I Alone, Live, 1994
Possum Kingdom, Toadies, 1994
Longview, Green Day, 1994
Gangsta’s Paradise, Coolio, 1995
A Long December, Counting Crows, 1996
Popular, Nada Surf, 1996
Pepper, Butthole Surfers, 1996
Superman’s Dead, Our Lady Peace, 1997
Semi-Charmed Life, Third Eye Blind, 1997
Dammit, Blink 182, 1997
Sex and Candy, Marcy Playground, 1997
Cancer For The Cure, Eels, 1998
All The Small Things, Blink 182, 1999
Army, Ben Folds, 1999
A Praise Chorus, Jimmy Eat World, 2001


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 1:00 pm 
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I’d skip Smoke on the Water.


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 1:06 pm 
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Quote:
We had a lot of luck on Venus
We always had a ball on Mars
Meeting all the groovey people
We've rocked the Milky Way so far
We danced around with Borealice
We're space truckin' round the the stars
Come on let's go Space Truckin'


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PostPosted: August 7 19, 8:45 pm 
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The Cars self-titled album is still solid.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 7:53 am 
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lukethedrifter wrote:
I’d skip Smoke on the Water.

I like this one better.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 8:01 am 
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Child in Time for the win. Or Perfect Strangers.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 8:14 am 
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IIRC I went Smoke on the Water b/c someone listed Machine Head, and I only picked songs from the albums that were brought up. Do we prefer Never Before or another cut on that album over Smoke?


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