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Saw a tweet mentioning Our Lady Peace and can honestly say i hadn’t thought of them in nearly two decades.

Listening to the album “Clumsy”

It still holds up IMO.

What else you got? I could stand to listen to some nostalgia while watching Jack shove it
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I always felt like Seven Mary Three's album "Churn" was under rated and a bit ahead of it's time. Their sound got really popular in the late 90s and early 2000s, but that album was from 1994.
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IMADreamer wrote:I always felt like Seven Mary Three's album "Churn" was under rated and a bit ahead of it's time. Their sound got really popular in the late 90s and early 2000s, but that album was from 1994.
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Mods, please rename this thread Albums You’ve Never Heard Of From Your Thirties (incl late 20s)
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lukethedrifter wrote:Mods, please rename this thread Albums You’ve Never Heard Of From Your Thirties (incl late 20s)
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How about Toadies - Rubberneck ?
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Elton John's Tumbleweed Connection, Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps - really almost all of Neil Young's output. Guy didn't have an inauthentic bone in his body every and it still comes through loud and clear.

On the flipside, I played Heart's Dreamboat Annie awhile back. Man those synths sound soooooo cheesy now. So much of the mid 70's synth tracks now sound like cheap video games. Just bad.
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Joe Shlabotnik wrote:Elton John's Tumbleweed Connection, Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps - really almost all of Neil Young's output. Guy didn't have an inauthentic bone in his body every and it still comes through loud and clear.

On the flipside, I played Heart's Dreamboat Annie awhile back. Man those synths sound soooooo cheesy now. So much of the mid 70's synth tracks now sound like cheap video games. Just bad.
I dunno. Magic Man and Crazy on You still rock. But yes, These Dreams sux.

And yessir to Neil Young. Finally saw him live last year, solo tour. He sounded so good.
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Deep Purple - Machinehead is one of my all time favorite albums as well.
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I haven't had a chance to forget much of the album rock era of my youth. It became an oversaturated radio station genre once I got older. Then I tired of it.

Finally getting to where it sounds semi-fresh and tolerable when I am out of streaming range

I'll echo the Neil Young albums. Some of it was not current when I got into it. Last car I had with CD player - The Unplugged album, and Rust Never Sleep CDs were always queued up.

Rental car I had recently had Sirius. Not a fan of it, but did enjoy a lot of Tom Petty. Wildflowers, to name an album.
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Okay, I consider my youth to be before high school. So by that measure, I've been listening to a lot of INXS and The Bangles. All young boys liked The Bangles.
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