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"The Song Remains The Same" or "Sandinista"(9 posts)

"The Song Remains The Same" or "Sandinista"jrm
Mar 25, 2002 6:05 PM
As the next double CD to add.
Tough callmickey-mac
Mar 25, 2002 8:18 PM
But I'd say go with the Clash. It's almost worth the price for Hitsville U.K. alone. Throw in Charlie Don't Surf, Police on My Back, and a load of others and you've got a damn fine double set.
sandinistaharlett
Mar 25, 2002 11:05 PM
sandinista had mikey dreads' mixing and influence that brought a lot of third world to it-- for there experiment in urban black sounds, sampling,(remember this is 1980) non 4/4, mikey mixing and all the experimental roads go with the clash--
"the magnificent seven" "washington bullets" "police on my back" "midnight log"
"somebody got murdered" "mensforth hill" "ivan meets g.i. joe"... innovative experimental music with no boundaries--
btw..i have this on vinyl and am playing it right now...thanks *S*
a vote from the 70's4bykn
Mar 26, 2002 7:28 AM
Gotta go with the mighty Zep'. And not just because I ride one. My opinion: LedZeppelin is/was the greatest blues/rock band ever.
SandanistaColnagoFE
Mar 26, 2002 8:45 AM
Classic clash...
I second the Zep.Spinchick
Mar 26, 2002 2:58 PM
Being the former Led head that I am. Classic album - can't go wrong with Led Zeppelin (well, maybe with "In Through the Out Door" you could).
Third the Zep, but...dsc
Mar 26, 2002 6:23 PM
so, OK, maybe "In Through the Out Door" wasn't their BEST compilation of tracks (I liked "In the Evening", though, and "Southbound Saurez" was catchy), but you gotta admit, wiping down the album sleeve and watching it change colors while you were in an, shall we say, "altered state of mind", was too cool back then!! :O)

-Debi
Dude, pass the chips... nm :-oSpinchick
Mar 27, 2002 5:12 PM
SANDINISTArollo tommassi
Mar 29, 2002 7:23 PM
No questions there!
in fact, I must dig out that old cassette and play it!!