• Happy New Years

    Gen 1 2009, 0:15

    Yeah, it's the New Year. 2009.....bleh. What good is gonna come out of this? Not much I can tell you that right now, we got a new president finally. Don't be afraid, it's Obama mama!

    Ok...yeah, lame. Have a good New Year.
  • The Complete Winterland shows

    Nov 21 2008, 4:32

    Man, I don't know what I gotta do to get that bootleg. It's where Cream recorded Crossroads, Spoonful and Traintime on the live side of Wheels of Fire. I KNOW there is a bootleg of it, the info is here. I wish I could find this elusive bootleg. Cream
  • George Carlin = May he rest forever as he lays down angry

    Giu 23 2008, 6:26

    I just heard the news about one of my favorite comedians. He died, and I'm at a lost for words almost. I mean, I've come to love the man so soon and greatly, It's terrible that he's gone. It truly is, I mean, I'm sure he went down pissed. I was hoping he'd leave us later....a lot later. Man....I don't want to go to bed now. :(

    Even though you said hell was the ideal place, may God bless your soul, George.

    George Carlin
  • The Police = HOLY FUCK

    Dic 21 2007, 14:36

    Goddamn....I'm so glad I listen to these guys. I've never heard so much kick ass from three guys. First you have a great lyricist/bassist/singer like Sting. He's a douchebag...well..was a douchebag, but that doesn't diminish the fact that he wrote some awesome songs and did some top notch singing and bass work. Then we have the guitarist Andy Summers. He's good for the genre, but I think I don't hear much virutosity of his work, but he's still a sexy motherfucker. I didn't know he was the oldest of the three. I thought he was in his late 20s or something. Last but not least the human artillery machine Stewart Copeland. One of the reasons why I love The Police so much is him. His drumming....oh fucking god! So fucking strong! And I read that he uses the traditional grip...and yet packs so much of a fucking punch! Jesus christ!


    Who is it?

  • My project.

    Dic 14 2007, 15:20

    Here is how my project went. There is the days, what albums I listened to, the rating, what I think of it, and how many albums for that day.

    Day One - November 4, 2007

    461 Ocean Boulevard - Eric Clapton 10/10 (Good good good great!)
    2112 - Rush 9/10 (Awesome album. Tears is probably my least favorite track)
    Abbey Road - The Beatles 10/10 (Perfections!)
    About Face - David Gilmour 7/10 (I liked it at first, and I still do, but not as much. It has it's moments)
    Aerosmith - Aerosmith 8/10 (Rockin' album, although it's their first album, so they were still wet behind the ears)
    Aladdin Sane - David Bowie (first listen) 9/10 (Glam glam glam!)
    Alive! - KISS (first listen all the way through) 10/10 (Damned good recording for the album that skyrocketed KISS into superstardom)
    All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes - Pete Townshend (first listen) 10/10
    All Things Must Pass - George Harrison (first listen) 10/10 (Debut album for the Quiet Beatles, and it's damned good)
    Alvin Lee & Company - Ten Years After 7/10 (It's good, but could've been better)
    American Beauty - The Grateful Dead 8/10 (Great psychaedlic album to groove to)
    Animals - Pink Floyd 10/10 (Awesome album, to me, it's become somewhat mellow)

    12 albums

    Day Two - November 5, 2007

    Apostrophe (') - Frank Zappa 9/10 (My first Zappa album and it would've been a ten but I don't like Uncle Remus)
    Appetite For Destruction - Guns N Roses (first listen) 9/10 (Great debut album for a band that's nothing today)
    Are You Experienced? - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 10/10 (Classic...that's it)
    Aslyum - KISS (first listen all the way through) 7/10 (Sounded good. First album with Bruce Kulick)
    *skipped Back In The US, because I don't want to listen to it*
    Backless - Eric Clapton 9/10 (Another blues rock album by Clapton. Although I think it has some problems what with the tracks)
    Band Of Gypsys - Jimi Hendrix 10/10 (Hendrix's last album before his death is no push over. Only song I don't like it We Gotta Live Together)

    6 albums

    Day Three - November 6, 2007

    Band On The Run - Paul McCartney And Wings 8/10 (Good pop album for it's time, and has a couple tracks that annoy me, but overall, it's good)
    Barabajagal [Bonus Tracks] - Donovan (first listen) 8/10 (Was quite good, based on the first listen too! Good poppy folk tunes. One of Donovan's bests IMO)
    Bark At The Moon [Remastered] - Ozzy Osbourne (first listen all the way through) 7/10 (Was good for the first album without Randy, but could've been a bit better)
    Barrett - Syd Barrett 8/10 (Not as good as The Madcap Laughs, but still good)
    Bayou Country - Creedence Clearwater Revival 8/10 (Good southern rock!)
    BBC Sessions - Led Zeppelin 10/10 (Good raw Zeppelin at their finest.)

    6 albums

    Day Four - November 7, 2007

    The Beatles (The White Album) - The Beatles 10/10 (Truly classic album...)
    Beatles For Sale - The Beatles 9/10 (Underrated album)
    A Bigger Bang - The Rolling Stones (first listen) 8/10 (My first Stones album that I bought, it's not bad, and it's too fucking long!)
    Black Sabbath - Black Sabbath 9/10 (The father's of metal first album. Not bad at all, although, not at as influential as their second album)

    4 albums

    Day Five - November 8, 2007

    Blind Faith - Blind Faith (first listen) 8/10 (Not bad, although, I can kinda see why it's praised and it's not)
    Blizzard Of Ozz - Ozzy Osbourne 10/10 (Excellent album, it's some of Randy's finest work on guitar, plus it's the original version!)
    Blonde on Blonde - Bob Dylan 10/10 (Good folk album, and I do have some favorite tracks on here. Probably one of my favorite Dylan albums)
    Blood On The Tracks - Bob Dylan 8/10 (Good album, although it's not completely traditional Dylan and his voice has changed somewhat...)
    Blow By Blow - Jeff Beck 9/10 (I love this album. Jazz fusion? I think I'll like some more of that.)
    Blue Wild Angel: Live at the Isle of Wight - Jimi Hendrix (first listen) 8/10 (Good quality and as always, good guitar!)
    Bluesbreaker with Eric Clapton - John Mayall 10/10 (Amazing blues album with Clapton on lead guitar.)
    Book of Dreams - Steve Miller Band 9/10 (Love it, love it, love it)

    8 albums

    Day Six - November 9, 2007

    Bookends - Simon & Garfunkel 7/10 (It's good, but I pretty much only like Fakin' It and Mrs. Robinson)
    Boston - Boston 8/10 (Great classic rock album)
    Brain Salad Surgery - Emerson, Lake & Palmer 8/10 (Pretty good, more to it than their debut, that's for sure)
    Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel 10/10 (I hate you, Eric. one of my favorite albums that I've discovered this year)
    Briefcase Full Of Blues - The Blues Brothers (first listen) 8/10 (not bad for two actors. Great blues!)
    Broken China - Rick Wright 7/10 (Good album, although not as good as Wet Dream)
    Bryter Layter - Nick Drake 9/10 (Great folk album, and a lovely album)
    Burrito Deluxe - The Flying Burrito Brothers 8/10 (Good country rock album, and an awesome cover of Wild Horses)

    8 albums

    Day Seven - November 10, 2007

    Children of The Future - Steve Miller Band (first listen) 4/10 (I really didn't like this...it was new, so they haven't exactly grasped the blues completely)
    Close To The Edge - Yes 8/10 (Good progressive rock, but needed more)
    Concert For George 9/10 (first full listen) (Great tribute album to George Harrison)
    Core - Stone Temple Pilots 7/10 (first full listen) (not bad, but could've been a bit better)
    Crazy Crazy Nights - KISS 7/10 (first full listen) (Not a bad album, but not a good one)
    Cricklewood Green - Ten Years After 9/10 (Progressive blues! Shit yeah!)
    Crosby, Stills, And Nash - Crosby, Stills, And Nash 9/10 (Great acoustic album, and wonderful harmonics!)
    Damn The Torpedoes - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 8/10 (first listen) (Good, but lacked a bit of something. Need to listen again)
    Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd 10/10 (Need I say it?)
    David Gilmour - David Gilmour 8/10 (I like this way more than About Face)
    Days Of Future Passed - The Moody Blues 10/10 (Incredible album with orchestrations fused with rock)
    Deep Purple in Rock - Deep Purple 9/10 (Great rock album that seems a bit ahead of it's time)
    Déjà Vu - Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young 10/10 (Excellent album, no question!)
    Destroyer - KISS 9/10 (One of KISS's greatests and it remains that!)

    15 albums

    Week 2

    Day Eight - November 11, 2007

    Diamond Girl - Seals & Crofts 8/10 (first listen) (Been wanting this for a long while, and I was right to do that, it's wondeful)
    Diary Of A Madman - Ozzy Osbourne 9/10 (Might be better than Blizzard of Ozz, because Randy was able to experiment)

    2 albums

    Day Nine - November 12, 2007

    Disraeli Gears - Cream 10/10 (Great classic pyschadelic rock album that I've listened to over possibly 20 times this year)
    The Doors [Bonus Tracks] - The Doors 9/10 (Awesome, but I like L.A. Woman more)
    Down To Earth - Ozzy Osbourne 7/10 (first full listen) (I love the first 5 songs, I used to listen to them when I was younger, the rest was ok)
    Dressed To Kill - KISS 8/10 (first full listen) (KISS's third album and started their rock anthem 'Rock and Roll All Night' but the rest is great!)
    Dynasty - KISS 7/10 (first full listen) (KISSCO! and other songs. Some good songs, and a good cover of 2000 Man)
    The Early Singles - Pink Floyd 9/10 (first listen) (Some versions of these songs are completely different from Relics...)
    Electric Ladyland - The Jimi Hendrix Experience 10/10 (Excellent album)

    7 albums

    Day Ten - November 13, 2007

    Electric Warrior - T.Rex (listened to it after Eric Clapton) 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad....)
    Emerson, Lake, & Palmer - Emerson, Lake, & Palmer 9/10 (Heavy piano progressive rock....good stuff)
    Empty Glass - Pete Townshend 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, stood the test of time from the 80s)
    Eric Clapton - Eric Clapton 8/10 (Good album, but not as good as 461 Ocean Boulevard)
    Eric Clapton's Rainbow Concert - Eric Clapton 7/10 (first listen) (Good live album with tons of guests, Need to listen more)
    Escape [Bonus Tracks] - Journey 9/10 (Classic Journey album, very strong vocals from Steve Perry)
    The Essential Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 10/10 (Amazing compliation)

    7 albums

    Day Eleven - November 14, 2007

    Every Picture Tells A Story - Rod Stewart 6/10 (It's good, but I realized that I don't like it.)
    Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 9/10 (Great rock album)
    Family Style - Vaughan Brothers 7/10 (Good blues, but lacked a bit)
    The Fillmore Concerts - The Allman Brothers Band 9/10 (Would be a ten if it was the original album)
    The Final Cut - Pink Floyd 7/10 (first listen) (Was good, but too warry)
    Fireball - Deep Purple 8/10 (Good but not their best)
    First Step - The (Small) Faces 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, but some of the songs seem a tad long)
    Fly Like An Eagle - Steve Miller Band 10/10 (Listened to it on vinyl last week, vinyl is much better)
    Four Way Street - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 9/10 (first listen) (Good live set, although they used some of the good songs for acoustic numbers)
    Foxtrot - Genesis 9/10 (Gotta love this album)

    10 albums

    Day Twelve - November 15, 2007

    Fragile - Yes 9/10 (first listen) (Pretty good progressive rock album before Close To The Edge)
    Frampton Comes Alive! - Peter Frampton 8/10 (Classic live album)
    Free Fall - Alvin Lee 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad)
    The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan 10/10 (first listen) (Great stuff!)
    Fresh Cream - Cream 7/10 (Good, but too much aggressive harmonica)
    Full Moon Fever - Tom Petty 9/10 (first listen) (Good solo effort from Tom)
    The Gilded Palace Of Sin - The Flying Burrito Brothers 10/10 (Excellent country rock)
    Gorillaz - Gorillaz 7/10 (first full listen) (Been a long time since I heard this. Good, but a couple tracks seem ho-hum)

    8 albums

    Day Thirteen - November 16, 2007

    GP - Gram Parsons 10/10 (Still love this...)
    The Grand Wazoo - Frank Zappa 8/10 (Good instrumental album, might be one of my favorites)
    Green River - Creedence Clearwater Revival 9/10 (I remember some of these songs from hearing them on the radio years ago, so good stuff)
    Grievous Angel - Gram Parsons 8/10 (Good, but not as good as GP, methinks)
    A Hard Day's Night - The Beatles 10/10 (Nothing is wrong here!)
    Harvest - Neil Young (first full listen) 9/10 (Pretty good Neil album)
    Help! - The Beatles 10/10 (A personal favorite album.)
    Here Come The Warm Jets - Brian Eno 9/10 (second listen) (I really like this. A bit loud on some parts, but it's pretty good)
    "Heroes" - David Bowie 10/10 (This album does not dissapoint, it's amazing. Fripp on lead guitar, Bowie doing his thing, and Eno helping.)

    9 albums

    Day Fourteen - November 17, 2007

    High Profile - B.B. King 5/10 (first listen) (good songs, but not a good album)
    Highway 61 Revisited - Bob Dylan 10/10 (Excellent album, although i prefer others more)
    Hot In The Shade - KISS (first full listen) 7/10 (Good, a bit a lot of songs)
    Hot Rats - Frank Zappa 9/10 (Good, but I'm starting to question it)

    4 albums

    Week 3

    Day Fifteen - November 18, 2007

    Hotter Than Hell - KISS 8/10 (Good second album for KISS)
    Houses of The Holy - Led Zeppelin 7/10 (Experimental Zeppelin, good, but not good enough)
    How The West Was Won - Led Zeppelin 10/10 (Great live set of the band from 1973, but the only thing that is annoying, is Plant and his "PUSH PUSH PUSH!")

    3 albums

    Day Sixteen - November 19, 2007

    Hunky Dory - David Bowie 8/10 (Good glam album, but I like other Bowie albums much more)
    Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan 9/10 (Great folk album)
    Idlewild South - The Allman Brothers Band 8/10 (Good second album for them)
    Imaginary Diseases - Frank Zappa 10/10 (first listen) (Pretty fucking good live album!)
    Imagine - John Lennon (listened halfway through, felt lightheaded, didn't finish)
    In Flight - Alvin Lee 9/10 (Great live album with blues set)
    In Step - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 10/10 (Excellent blues rock album, no question)
    In The Court of The Crimson King - King Crimson 8/10 (Great, but I still prefer Red)
    In Through The Out Door - Led Zeppelin 7/10 (first listen) (Not bad, but also not great. It had some good moments)
    Influence - Shaw Blades 8/10 (Great cover album, and a great list of songs that are covered)
    Into The Wild - Eddie Vedder 8/10 (Nice album)

    11 albums

    Day Seventeen - November 20,2007

    Is There Anybody Out There? The Wall Live 1980-1981 - Pink Floyd 9/10 (I love this, but I've yet to hear the studio version)
    John Wesley Harding - Bob Dylan 8/10 (first listen) (Good mellow album)
    Journeyman - Eric Clapton 7/10 (first listen) (Not bad, but too poppy)
    Just One Night - Eric Clapton 10/10 (first listen) (Fucking awesome live album)
    Kick Out The Jams - MC5 9/10 (Great live album by the fathers of punk)

    5 albums

    Day Eighteen - November 21, 2007

    KISS - KISS 9/10 (Always loved this, and will continue to love it)
    L.A. Woman - The Doors 10/10 (Great album, no question)
    The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway - Genesis (first listen) 9/10 (Not bad, but some of it seemed different)

    3 albums

    Day Nineteen - November 22, 2007

    Larks' Tongue in Aspic - King Crimson 9/10 (Pretty good, better than their debut, and I still prefer Red)
    Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin 8/10 (Great, but I like half of the songs on here)
    Led Zeppelin II - Led Zeppelin 10/10 (Excellent!)
    Led Zeppelin III - Led Zeppelin 9/10 (Pretty good, I realize it now)
    Led Zeppelin IV - Led Zeppelin 9/10 (Good as usual)
    Let It Bleed - The Rolling Stones 9/10 (Pretty damned great)
    Let It Rock - Alvin Lee 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad)

    7 albums

    Day Twenty - November 23, 2007

    Let's Dance - David Bowie 6/10 (It's alright)
    Liquid Swords - GZA/Genius 9/10 (first listen) (Not bad on rap)
    Live At Carnegie Hall - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, but didn't have some of the songs I love so...)
    Live At Leeds [Deluxe Edition] - The Who 9/10 (only listened to the first disc, since I haven't heard the studio version of Tommy yet)
    Live At Pompeii (audio rip) - Pink Floyd 10/10 (Excellent concert)

    5 albums

    Day Twenty One - November 24, 2007

    Live At The Fillmore East - Jimi Hendrix 9/10 (Great live album)
    Live at Fillmore East - Derek And The Dominos 9/10 (first listen) (Pretty awesome)

    2 albums

    Week 4

    Day Twenty Two - November 25, 2007

    Live At Woodstock - Jimi Hendrix 10/10 (Iconic and great, despite having some problems)
    Live Bullet - Bob Seger And The Silver Bullet Band 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, but I don't know if I'd keep it)
    Live in Concert - The James Gang 9/10 (Awesome live album)
    Live Rust - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 10/10 (first listen) (Pretty damned good live album)
    Live to Win - Paul Stanley 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad)
    Live With Ginger Baker - Fela Kuti 8/10 (Interesting choice of music, I liked it)

    6 albums

    Day Twenty Three - November 26, 2007 (I listened to Lodger after midnight, so counted as Monday, but still counts for the day before)

    Lodger - David Bowie 8/10 (Better the second time. Red Money is pretty good)
    London '66-'67 - Pink Floyd 5/10 (Alright, nothing super special)
    Love Gun - KISS 9/10 (Still great, one of KISS's best)
    Low - David Bowie 9/10 (Second listen, not bad as I remember)
    Lucille - B.B. King 9/10 (Great electric blues)
    Lumpy Gravy 7/10 (Good avant garde, but not my favorite)
    Lust For Life - Iggy Pop 8/10 (Great punk)
    Machine Head - Deep Purple 10/10 (Nothing bad here)
    The Madcap Laughs - Syd Barrett 10/10 (Excellent mix of electric and acoustic)
    Made In Japan - Deep Purple 10/10 (Awesome live album)
    Magical Mystery Tour - The Beatles 8/10 (great but some songs I don't care for)

    11 albums

    Day Twenty Four - November 27, 2007

    (again, MoR was after midnight, making it the next day)

    Master of Reality - Black Sabbath 9/10 (Great third album)
    Meddle - Pink Floyd 9/10 (Great, except for Seamus)
    Mellow Yellow - Donovan 7/10 (first listen) (Was alright)
    Memory Almost Full - Paul McCartney 9/10 (Not as bad as everybody says. Only has like 2 or three tracks that are so-so)
    Montrose - Montrose (first full listen) 7/10 (Not bad, but also not great. It's good)
    Morrison Hotel - The Doors 7/10 (It's good, but I prefer others)
    Moving Pictures - Rush 9/10 (Awesome album, but Witch Hunt prevents it from becoming a 10)
    Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds 6/10 (It's alright)
    MTV Unplugged - KISS 10/10 (Outstanding)
    My Aim Is True - Elvis Costello 8/10 (first listen) (Not a bad first listen, wasn't what I was expecting at all)
    Never A Dull Moment - Rod Stewart 9/10 (Pretty damned good)

    11 albums

    Day Twenty Five - November 28, 2007

    Nevermind - Nirvana 9/10 (Great, and has the hidden track!)
    New York Dolls - New York Dolls 7/10 (first listen) (Good, but might need to listen more)
    A Night At The Opera - Queen 10/10 (Superb!)
    No Jacket Required - Phil Collins 9/10 (I don't get why people hate this)
    No More Tears - Ozzy Osbourne 8/10 (first full listen) (Pretty good, one of my favorites)
    No More Rest For The Wicked - Ozzy Osbourne 7/10 (Good metal but not his best)
    A Nod Is as Good as a Wink...to a Blind Horse - The Faces 9/10 (Pretty damned great)
    Obscured By Clouds - Pink Floyd 8/10 (For my second listen, it wasn't bad)
    OK Computer - Radiohead (can't rate....) (first listen) (Interesting....I might be able to like this)
    On The Beach - Neil Young 9/10 (Two thumbs up)
    Outlandos d'Amour - The Police 9/10 (Great, but Sting's voice needed to grow)
    Paranoid - Black Sabbath 10/10 (Amazing album)
    Parsley, Sage, Rosemary And Thyme - Simon And Garfunkel 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, I might like it more than Bookends)
    Permanent Waves - Rush 9/10 (It's good)

    14 albums

    Day Twenty Six - November 29, 2007

    Physical Graffiti - Led Zeppelin 8/10 (It's great, but to me, it's not completely Zeppelin)
    Pink Moon - Nick Drake 7/10 (It's alright)

    2 albums

    Day Twenty Seven - November 30, 2007

    The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn - Pink Floyd 10/10 (Brings back memories from earlier this year. )
    Please Please Me - The Beatles 7/10 (It's good, but not my favorite)
    Presence - Led Zeppelin 7/10 (first listen) (It's alright)
    Pronounced Leh-Nerd Skin-Nerd - Lynyrd Skynyrd 8/10 (Good southern rock)
    The Pros And Cons Of Hitch Hiking - Roger Waters 7/10 (Clapton's guitar is great, but the rest is alright)

    5 albums

    Day Twenty Eight - December 1, 2007

    P*U*L*S*E* - Pink Floyd 9/10 (I honestly don't get all the hatred for this.)
    Pump Iron - Alvin Lee 7/10 (Not bad)
    Quadrophenia - The Who 9/10 (first listen) (Very different from their other work)
    A Quick One - The Who 7/10 (The music is good, but it sounds horrible)
    Ram - Paul McCartney 8/10 (first listen) (Pretty good)

    5 albums

    Week 5

    Day Twenty Nine - December 2, 2007

    Rebel Yell - Billy Idol 9/10 (I've loved this forever)
    Recorded Live - Ten Years After 10/10 (Another awesome live album!)
    Red - King Crimson 10/10 (How can you not like this!??)
    Reggatta De Blanc - The Police 8/10 (Better than I remember)
    Revenge - KISS 8/10 (first full listen) (Good, but I think some songs I don't care for)
    Revolver - The Beatles 9/10 (Great)
    Rides Again - The James Gang 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad, really different)
    Rids The World Of Curse Of The Vampires - Scientist 10/10 (Always great!)

    8 albums

    Day Thirty - December 3, 2007

    Roxy & Elsewhere - Frank Zappa And The Mothers 9/10 (first listen) (Pretty damned fun!)
    Royal Albert Hall - London May 2-3-5-6, 05 - Cream 9/10 (first listen) (Still good after all those years)
    Rubber Soul - The Beatles 8/10 (first full listen) (Not bad, but again, I prefer later works)
    Rust Never Sleeps - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 9/10 (Truly excellent)
    RX5 - Alvin Lee 7/10 (first listen) (pretty cool album)
    Sabbath Bloody Sabbath - Black Sabbath 7/10 (first listen) (It's alright....)
    Saguitar - Alvin Lee 9/10 (first listen) (His newest solo album is pretty damned good!)

    7 albums

    Day Thirty One - December 4, 2007

    Sailor - Steve Miller Band 8/10 (Not as aggressive, but great)
    Santana - Santana 9/10 (Great Latin rock)
    A Saucerful of Secrets - Pink Floyd 10/10 (I don't hate this)
    Scary Monsters - David Bowie 9/10 (Always been good, but I prefer most of the tracks before Teenage Wildlife)
    Second Helping - Lynyrd Skynyrd 9/10 (Might be better than their debut)
    Seconds Out - Genesis 8/10 (Good set, but it's Phil....so yeah)
    Selling England By The Pound - Genesis 9/10 (Pretty good, big progression from Foxtrot)
    Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles 10/10 (Nothing wrong here :P)
    Sheik Yerbouti - Frank Zappa 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad for a first listen)
    Slowhand - Eric Clapton 8/10 (first listen) (Different)

    10 albums

    Day Thirty Two - December 5, 2007

    The Smoker You Drink, The Player You Get - Joe Walsh 9/10 (first listen) (Cool album)
    Songlines - The Derek Trucks Band 8/10 (first listen) (Pretty cool interesting listen)
    Songs From The Big Chair - Tears For Fears 9/10 (Great new wave)
    Sounds Of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel 8/10 (first listen) (Second album for them...not bad)
    The Southern Harmony And Musical Companion - The Black Crowes 7/10 (Pretty good, but tends to drag just a bit)
    A Space In Time - Ten Years After 9/10 (Great as always, but not as good as the next one, imo)
    Ssssh - Ten Years After 10/10 (Excellent)
    Station To Station - David Bowie 9/10 (Great different Bowie)
    Stephen Stills - Stephen Stills 9/10 (Great solo album)
    Strange Days - The Doors 7/10 (I prefer The Doors)
    Summer Breeze - Seals & Crofts 8/10 (first listen) (Awesome!)
    Surrealistic Pillow - Jefferson Airplane 8/10 (first listen) (Interesting...I thought Grace sang all the songs?)

    12 albums

    Day Thirty Three - December 6, 2007

    Sweetheart Of The Rodeo - The Byrds 9/10 (first listen) (I love this...since it has Gram :P)
    Synchronicity - The Police 10/10 (Not as great as ZM, but still awesome)
    Tea For The Tillerman - Cat Stevens 8/10 (Not bad for a second listen, might have to grow on me)
    Ten - Pearl Jam 9/10 (Great grunge)
    Ten Years After - Ten Years After 8/10 (Not as great as their later work, but still great)
    Texas Flood - Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble 10/10 ( :D )
    Their Satanic Majesties Request - The Rolling Stones 8/10 (different from what I last remembered)
    Thirds - The James Gang 7/10 (Might have to listen to it more)
    This Year's Model - Elvis Costello And The Attractions 8/10 (first listen) (Sounded better than MAIT)
    Thriller - Michael Jackson 10/10 (first full listen) (I've heard most of the songs for years, so yeah)

    10 albums

    Day Thirty Four - December 7, 2007

    The Times They Are A-Changin' - Bob Dylan 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad)
    Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers 8/10 (Little better than I remember)
    Tommy - The Who 8/10 (first listen) (Pretty cool....but I don't know if it's for me)
    Tonight I'm Yours - Rod Stewart 7/10 (first listen) (Wasn't bad, but might have to listen a couple more times)
    Toys In The Attic - Aerosmith 9/10 (Ballsy rock!)
    Transformer - Lou Reed 8/10 (first listen) (Not bad)
    Tribute - Ozzy Osbourne 10/10 (got me into guitar, so it's amazing)
    A Trick Of The Tail - Genesis 10/10 (I still love this, the hell with what other people think!)
    Truth - Jeff Beck 8/10 (first listen) (Interesting guitar album)
    The Ultimate Sin - Ozzy Osbourne 6/10 (besides Shot In The Dark, this is ok)
    Ummagumma - Pink Floyd 9/10 (haters piss off!)
    Uncle Meat - Frank Zappa And The Mothers Of Invention 10/10 (Pretty awesome)
    Undead - Ten Years After 7/10 (Live album with not so developed skills, but it's good)
    Unknown Pleasures - Joy Division 9/10 (first listen) (It was pretty good, I liked it)
    Van Halen - Van Halen 9/10 (great but not amazing)

    15 albums

    Day Thirty Five - December 8, 2007

    The Velvet Underground & Nico - The Velvet Underground 8/10 (first listen) (sounded interesting, nothing SUPER OMG AMAZING!, but it was good)
    Vincebus Eruptum - Blue Cheer 8/10 (first listen) (Good strong rock)
    Waiting For The Sun - The Doors 8/10 (Much more enjoyable than Strange Days)
    War - U2 9/10 (Better than I remember!)
    Watt - Ten Years After 8/10 (Great)
    Weasels Ripped My Flesh - Frank Zappa & The Mothers Of Invention 9/10 (Pretty awesome)
    Welcome Back My Friends to The Show That Never Ends - ELP 9/10 (first listen finally) (Pretty fucking cool)
    Wet Dream - Rick Wright 8/10 (Great relaxing!)
    (What's The Story) Morning Glory? - Oasis 9/10 (Second listen) (Pretty good)
    Wheels Of Fire - Cream 9/10 (Awesome)
    The Who By Numbers - The Who 7/10 (first listen) (Good, but nothing super special)
    The Who Sell Out - The Who 10/10 (Super awesome)

    12 albums

    Week 6

    Day Thirty Six - Dcember 9, 2007

    The Who Sings My Generation - The Who 9/10 (better than AQO)
    Who's Next - The Who 10/10 (*headbang*)
    Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd 10/10 (I haven't even started to listen to it yet, and it's already a 10)
    Yer' Album - The James Gang 8/10 (first listen) (Cool album with Joe)
    The Yes Album - Yes 9/10 (Pretty awesome)
    You Can't Do That On Stage Anymore, Volume 2 - Frank Zappa 9/10 (Pretty great, although it tends to drag a bit)
    Young Americans [Bonus Tracks] - David Bowie 7/10 (first listen) (Interesting listen, different Bowie)
    Zabriskie Point Session - Pink Floyd 9/10 (first listen) (I really liked this despite being over an hour long)
    Zenyatta Mondatta - The Police 10/10 (Can't hate this)
    Ziggy Stardust (The Rise And Fall of) - David Bowie 10/10 (:D)
    Zoom - Alvin Lee 8/10 (first listen) (Not a bad 90s blues rock album)

    11 albums

    Posthumous albums (These have been downloaded during my little skirmish, so I can't go back and listen to them while I'm in T or whatever. These are all first listens, of course)

    December 11, 2007

    After The Gold Rush - Neil Young 8/10 (sounded good)
    Aja - Steel Dan 8/10 (Interesting sound)
    Barnstorm - Joe Walsh & Barnstorm 9/10 (Cool album with Joe)
    The Bootleg Series Volume 4 - The Royal Albert Hall Performance - Bob Dylan 10/10 (Great, loved it)
    Born To Run - Bruce Springsteen 7/10 (Probably has to grow on me)
    Bringing It All Back Home - Bob Dylan 9/10 (Pretty damned great!)
    Can't Buy A Thrill - Steely Dan 8/10 (Sounded great, but will have to grow on me)
    Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan And Double Trouble 8/10 (Good, not as good as the others though)
    Definetly Maybe - Oasis 7/10 (Kinda long for me, but it wasn't bad)
    Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out - The Rolling Stones 8/10 (I liked it, I want more Stones!)
    Hard Again - Muddy Waters 9/10 (hardcore blues!)
    The Idiot - Iggy Pop 8/10 (Interesting)

    11 albums

    December 13, 2007

    In Rainbows - Radiohead 9/10 (I really liked this, much to my surprise)
    Live at The Fillmore East - Neil Young & Crazy Horse 8/10 (Great small live set.)
    News of the World - Queen 7/10 (cool but not amazing)
    Nursery Crymes - Genesis 8/10 (Pretty awesome!)
    Queen - Queen 8/10 (Good but not amazing)
    Queen II - Queen 8/10 (Little better)
    Sheer Heart Attack - Queen 9/10 (Pretty damned great!)

    7 albums
  • A month into it.

    Dic 3 2007, 4:59

    Grueling, but it's become quite rewarding. I've heard some of the albums that I've had for months and never listened to. I've also downloaded some new albums but I'll listen to them after I'm done with my project. It's kinda retarded to go so quick with all these albums, but it's mainly because I don't have anything else to do. But nonetheless, it's nice to get all these listened to finally (the ones I havent listened to).
  • The beginning of my project.

    Nov 4 2007, 18:08

    Ok. It's Sunday, November 4, 2007 at 12:07PM.

    I'm starting off today with 461 Ocean Boulevard by Eric Clapton and then going to listen to 2112 by Rush and then Abbey Road by The Beatles, then About Face by David Gilmour, then About Time by Ten Years After and finish up with Aerosmith's self titled.
  • A project

    Ott 28 2007, 10:40

    I might just do it.

    Eric has done it, so I might do it.

    Listen to all of my albums in alphabetical order, whether I've heard them or not. Listen to 5 or more albums a day. And just listen to all of it. And within the time, if I download anything, I'll listen to it after I'm done with Z.

    I'll do it on the first of the November...not the fifth.
  • Syd Barrett

    Lug 7 2007, 3:44

    It's been a year since I heard about this legend's death. I remember going onto All Music Guide and it said he passed and I had no clue who he was. I have to say that Syd's journey was sad and he could've done some better things but unfortunately God other plans for him. I've been listening to Floyd for close to a year and I understand what Syd went through. It's one of rock's saddest losses.

    RIP Roger Keith "Syd" Barrett

    Shine On You Crazy Diamond....
  • 2,500

    Mag 19 2007, 19:22

    I have a good idea of what to listen to...in order to get my 2,500th play. I shall listen to Is There Anybody Out There? uninterupted and get it right!

    Is There Anybody Out There