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PostPosted: August 8 19, 8:40 am 
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Probably Highway Star

Edit: or, hell, I think someone already mentioned Space Truckin’.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 9:04 am 
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33anda3rd wrote:
A Chronological Playlist of GRB Nostalgia Jams Based on This Thread So Far v2.0

I’ve never shared a playlist so hope this works.

https://open.spotify.com/user/radbird-u ... OCFUDI?si=

Missing 2 songs I couldn’t find on Spotify:

Lil Ghetto Boy, Dr Dre
I Am I Be, De La Soul


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 11:42 am 
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Wow, Rad, awesome!

Shocking that the rap songs here that are not on a movie soundtrack have drama over ownership and artists getting taken advantage of.

All of De La Soul’s early stuff is out of print. There was a battle forever over clearing the rights to all the samples. Now their label is close to re-releasing but there’s a new battle between label and band over who will get what cut of the money.

Is Dr Dre’s Chronic not on Spotify? That’s possible, I think he was exclusively Apple for a long time and might still be.


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Only Dr. Dre album is 2001.

De La Soul has Grind Date from '04 and Anonymous Nobody from 2016.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 12:40 pm 
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Smith Corks One wrote:
Probably Highway Star

Edit: or, hell, I think someone already mentioned Space Truckin’.


Awesome songs, and I also love the DP record Perfect Strangers after a roughly 10 year break - Knockin' at Your Back Door, Perfect Strangers, Nobody's Home, etc. Had that on vinyl and still dig it.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 5:59 pm 
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Queens of the Stone Age - Rated R

Have plenty of their stuff in regular rotation, but rarely anything from that album.


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PostPosted: August 8 19, 10:37 pm 
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Radbird wrote:
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I’d skip Smoke on the Water.

I like this one better.



Hush is in my top 5 all time songs. On some days it could be dang near number one. That organ solo and when the whole band kicks back in still gives me goose bumps. I'd say rarely a week goes by where I don't rock out to it.


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33anda3rd wrote:
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?



I'd go Highway Star or Space Truckin over Smoke on the Water but Smoke is obviously their best known song by miles.


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IMADreamer wrote:
33anda3rd wrote:
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?



I'd go Highway Star or Space Truckin over Smoke on the Water but Smoke is obviously their best known song by miles.

Yeah but sometimes the deep cuts are so great yet seldom heard.


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PostPosted: August 10 19, 10:45 am 
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I've been trying to think of albums I listened to regularly when I was young, but no longer own.

This was one. I loved this album--or more particularly, four specific songs on the album that were so great that I not only played them all the time, but they more than made up for the rest of the album that I didn't want to bother with.

It's also interesting because I wasn't interested in his other albums.


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