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OK, on March 11th I am going to NYC and I plan on picking up Pink Floyd's The Wall because it looks like it's an awesome album. But I don't know what other albums to get, I'm thinking about getting two or three more but I need your help. I'm going to put the artists I'm interested in and the albums I already have of theres and then help me from there.

Black Sabbath- Black Sabbath, Paranoid

Jimi Hendrix- Are You Experienced?, Electric Ladyland

The Who- My Generation: Very Best of The Who, Then and Now: 1964-2004

The Sex Pistols- Nevermidn the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols

Queen- No CD's owned

Soundgarden- Superunknown

Cream- No CD's owned

The Clash- London Calling, Combat Rock

Alice Cooper- Welcome to My Nightmare

Deep Purple- No CD's owned

Cheap Trick- Dream Police

Iggy Pop/Stooges- No CD's owned

Rush- 2112

Red Hot Chili Peppers- Blood,Sugar,Sex,Magik

Rage Against the Machine- Battle of Los Angeles

Alice in Chains- Facelift, Dirt

Jane's Addiction- No CD's owned

Frank Zappa- No CD's owned

The Yardbirds- No CD's owned

MC5- No CD's owned

Neil Young/Crazy Horse- Broken Arrow

Stone Temple Pilots- Tiny Music...Songs from the Vatican Gift Shop

Ted Nugent- No CD's owned

The Kinks- No CD's owned

Nine Inch Nails- Downward Spiral

ZZ Top- No CD's owned

Pantera- Vulgar Display of Power

Black Flag/Rollins Band- No CD's owned

Janis Joplin- No CD's owned

Smashing Pumpkins- NO CD's owned

Slayer- Reign in Blood

Thin Lizzy- No CD's owned

Faith No More- No CD's owned

Korn- Follow the Leader, Take a Look in the Mirror

Sonic Youth- No CD's owned

Blue Oyster Cult- No CD's owned

Heart- No CD's owned

Bad Company- No CD's owned

The New York Dolls- The New York Dolls

Jethro Tull- No CD's owned

Ministry- No CD's owned

Boston- Boston

Steppenwolf- No CD's owned

The Cult- No CD's owned

Joan Jett- No CD's owned

The Rolling Stones- Forty Licks

Husker Du- No CD's owned

Living Colour- No CD's owned

Foo Fighters- There is Nothing Left to Lose

Twisted Sister- Stay Hungry, Come Out and Play

Pat Benatar- No CD's owned

Spinal Tap- No CD's owned

Bon Jovi- Slippery When Wet

Hole- No CD's owned

Ratt- Out of the Cellar, Invasion of Your Privacy

Green Day- Dookie

The Pixies- No CD's owned

King's X- No CD's owned

UFO- No CD's owned

Whitesnake- Whitesnake

King Crimson- The Power to Believe

Tool- No CD's owned

Lita Ford- No CD's owned

Rainbow- Straight Between the Eyes

The Misfits- No CD's owned

Danzig- Danzig

The Black Crowes- No CD's owned

Lenny Kravitz- No CD's owned

Yes- No CD's owned

Fugazi- No CD's owned

Meat Loaf- Bat Out of Hell

Primus- No CD's owned

Mountain- No CD's owned

Bad Brains- No CD's owned

Thanks everybody who helps me.

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Black Sabbath- Vol. 4, Master of Reality, Sabbath Bloody Sabbath

The Sex Pistols- The Great Rock and Roll Swindle

The Clash- Self Titled, Super Black Market Clash, Give Em' Enough Rope

Alice Cooper- Billion Dollar Baby, Killer

Iggy Pop/Stooges- Self Titled, Raw Power, Funhouse

Frank Zappa- We're only in it for the money, Absolutely Free, Freak Out!

MC5- Big Bang! Best of the MC5, High Time

Pantera- Great Southern Trendkill, Official 101 Proof Live

Black Flag/Rollins Band- First Four Years, Damaged, Everything Went Black

Slayer- Undisputed Attitude

The New York Dolls- Seven Day Weekend, Lipstick Killers

Husker Du- Savage Young Du, Zen Arcade, Metal Circus, Everything Falls Apart and More, New Day Rising

The Misfits- Static Age, Walk Among Us

Primus- Sailing the Seas of Cheese, Pork Soda, Brown Album, Frizzle Fry

Bad Brains- Self Titled, Rock For Light, Black Dots, Live, I Against I

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I suggest pretty much everything that is Soundgarden, Rage, Alice In Chains, Tool, or Pantera, Pantera can get iffy though, in some albums, they guy above me had the right idea with Pantera. Vulgar Display is probably the most solid. I personally perfer Down over Pantera, but that is just me.

If you are going to get Danzig, make sure its 1 through 4 and none of the other crap because its bad.

I like everything Primus has put but again the guy above with a good set of albums by them.

Don't buy anything STP, you are making a huge mistake and their are far better records to spend your money on. But if you are set on STP, get Core, because it is by far the best.

I like Sabbath and just have We Sold Our Soul For Rock N Roll. Thats what I do with older bands, its just how I roll. The Who collection would be cool aswell.

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Don't buy anything STP, you are making a huge mistake and their are far better records to spend your money on. But if you are set on STP, get Core, because it is by far the best.

He should get thier best of, if he likes STP. Comes with a kick-ass DVD as well.

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Guest Bluesman

My recommendations...

RAGE-Their first cd or Evil Empire

Ministry-Psalm 69 or In Case You Didn't Feel Like Showing Up (live cd)

Husker Du-Warehouse Songs and Stories

Sonic Youth-Dirty, or Goo

Smashing Pumpkins-Siamese Dream or Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness


Living Colour-Vivid, Time's Up, Pride (compilation)

The Yardbirds-For Your Love

Foo Fighters-Their first cd or The Colour and the Shape

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