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Old March 2 2014, 01:25 PM   #121
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Re: The most influential albums in your life.

I'd have to say the single most influential album in my life would have to be "Eat Me, Drink Me" by Marilyn Manson. I pretty much grew up with that album, it sort of saw me through my transformation from child to teenager. Plus there are some great tracks on that! There are quite a lot of albums from that part of my life which have made a lasting impact.

*Eat Me, Drink Me (Marilyn Manson)
*Folie à Deux (Fall Out Boy)
*Chocolate Starfish and the Hotdog Flavoured Water (Limp Bizkit)
*Immersion (Pendulum)
*Infinity on High (Fall Out Boy)
*Relapse (Eminem)
*The Resistance (Muse)
*Pretty much every other Marilyn Manson album.
Later on in my life I then got into some other bands.
*All three albums by Deathstars.
*Saving Rock And Roll (Fall Out Boy)
*High End of Low (Marilyn Manson)*
*Born Villain (Marilyn Manson)*
*G-Funk Vol1 & 2 (Nate Dogg)
Then of course there's the things I've gotten into later in life and am mainly listening to nowadays.
*Soul Punk (Patrick Stump)
*All five or so Japan albums.
*These two Manson albums made more of an impact later on in my life.
*The first three Duran Duran albums.
*Pretty much every Human League album.
*The first three a-ha albums.
*The first two Rick Astley albums.

Probably some more but I can't remember.
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Old March 2 2014, 03:07 PM   #122
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Re: The most influential albums in your life.

Oh, an album that really made me appreciate music...
Paul Simon - Graceland.
It showed that different types of music from all over the world could be combined to make new kinds of music...
I was 11 or 12 when the first singles of the album where released, deffinitly had an impact on my pallet of musical choices that i already liked and made me try more genres later in life...
Now i can enjoy lots of genres...
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Old March 3 2014, 02:27 AM   #123
Re: The most influential albums in your life.

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