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    These were all released within 41 days from each other in 1991


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    best year of music: 1991

    same year also saw U2 Achtung Baby! and Freddie Mercury died week later


    just look at these albums and bands

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_in_music

    unreal music and quality compared to shit that fills charts nowadays
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    impressive list
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    CANADA IS HOCKEY!
    HOCKEY IS CANADA!

    and of course.............GO LEAFS GO!!!

    No whammies, No whammies, No whammies......STOP!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snafu View Post
    best year of music: 1991


    Alright.........Settle down.
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    Good God, those are all trash....

    the only good album released during that period was this....

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped..._Decadence.jpg
    Full sack to share
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Feelgood View Post
    Good God, those are all trash....

    the only good album released during that period was this....

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped..._Decadence.jpg


    Yes Decade of Decadence is of course awesome, but I'd hardly call the others trash

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    Note: Metallica Black Album = fucking awesome
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    CANADA IS HOCKEY!
    HOCKEY IS CANADA!

    and of course.............GO LEAFS GO!!!

    No whammies, No whammies, No whammies......STOP!!!

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    Good stuff. As for today, I don't know of any charts as I don't pay attention but Tom Morello's latest EP has some great stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kickserv View Post
    Yes Decade of Decadence is of course awesome, but I'd hardly call the others trash

    R-2039508-1405009701-8539.jpeg.jpg




    Note: Metallica Black Album = fucking awesome
    Full sack to share
    Bringin flash and flare
    Got the long hair swingin middle finger in the air

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snafu View Post
    best year of music: 1991

    same year also saw U2 Achtung Baby! and Freddie Mercury died week later


    just look at these albums and bands

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_in_music

    unreal music and quality compared to shit that fills charts nowadays

    This was probably the best year and time for music as a whole. Not only was production great but the speakers and sound systems in cars and for homes was also key. That album list hard to beat, but of course there is always one that will disagree with anything anyone says.


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    Yes, obviously it's matter of music taste and age when you listened new music etc

    Good point wineguy, i think 1991 bands still recorded in analog studios before moving on to digital recording. I have those in vinyl and imo they sound better than cd's of that time (that sound better than "new" cd's).

    There is an interesting document movie about "Nevermind" and how it was recorded:

    here it is in youtube videos but i'm sure it can be found as one movie too:
    https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...mind+butch+vig
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    5 good releases in that short time period for sure!

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    Use your illusion 1 rated just above use your illusion 2 because of the iconic song, “Back Off Bitch”. Red Hot Chili Peppers easily ranked last and isn’t even in the same realm of the other bands (probably the most overrated band of all time). Metallica obv number 1 in this list. Sound garden just a tad better than fellow Seattle grungers Pearl Jam. Nirvana was great, just not as great nor with the longevity (obv) of Metallica and G’n’effin’R.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Feelgood View Post
    Good God, those are all trash....

    the only good album released during that period was this....

    https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikiped..._Decadence.jpg

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    Rank joker’s pic. For example, if you think Metallica is number one and Pearl Jam worst, your list would start out

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    Do a 1977 compilation.

    Hope in one hand, and shit in the other.......See which one fills up faster.


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    71 reasons why 1971 was the greatest year in rock music history
    By David Hepworth (Classic Rock) May 24, 2021

    https://www.loudersound.com/features...test-ever-year

    4) Elton John’s Madman Across The Water.


    5) Rod Stewart’s Every Picture Tells A Story.


    6) At the Ulster Hall on March 5th, Led Zeppelin unveiled a new song called Stairway To Heaven.

    8) Many acts were on two albums a year contracts, which meant they were extra productive at their most creative age. In 1971 Yes produced The Yes Album and Fragile, Paul McCartney did Ram and Wildlife while The Faces did two of their own and also played on Rod Stewart’s breakthrough.


    9) Carole King’s Tapestry came out in February to no fanfare whatsoever. By the end of the year it was selling 150,000 copies a week.


    10) It was the era of maximum mystique. David Bowie, on his first visit to the States in February, talked his way backstage at a Velvet Underground gig and fawned over the singer, who he thought was Lou Reed. It was actually Doug Yule. Lou Reed had left the band.

    17) Emerson Lake And Palmer were broken nationally via their budget-priced live album Pictures At An Exhibition.


    18) Ditto Humble Pie’s Rockin The Fillmore. They go ‘ome on Monday.

    22) After seeing the flames from the Montreux Casino, which was burning during a a Frank Zappa concert Deep Purple wrote Smoke On The Water.


    23) Everybody played live all the time. Neil Young wrote and recorded Harvest in locations as far apart as Barking, east London and Nashville while he was on the road in 1971. The classic T. Rex singles were recorded at stops on their 1971 American tour. Pink Floyd spent weekdays recording Meddle and weekends playing colleges. Nobody took months off. Nobody dared.


    24) Genuine strangeness was piped into British living rooms in autumn when Alice Cooper appeared on an early edition of the Old Grey Whistle Test.


    25) Brown Sugar, the last truly great Rolling Stones single, went to number one.


    26) Sticky Fingers, the first album under the distinctive tongue logo of their own

    27) First album by Judee Sill.


    28) First album by Little Feat.


    29) First album by ZZ Top.


    30) First album by Crazy Horse.

    33) Stevie Wonder started working with Tonto’s Expanding Head Band, with whom he would make Music Of My Mind, Talking Book and all his classics.


    34) There wasn’t an alternative scene. Sly and The Family Stone’s There’s A Riot Going On wasn’t merely the strangest, most disquieting album of the year. It was also the Christmas number one.


    35) The Who were at the top of their game. When they started recorded in the Record Plant in New York their manager held up a sign to the window. It read simply “don’t stop”.


    36) Bill Withers’ first album.

    46) David Bowie released The Man Who Sold The World in the UK, recorded and released Hunky Dory and recorded all but one track of Ziggy Stardust in the year 1971. If all we knew of Bowie was what he did in 1971 we would know a lot.


    47) Rick Wakeman played the piano glissando at the start of T. Rex’s Get It On, the intro to Cat Stevens’ Morning Has Broken and the solo on Yes’s Roundabout.


    48) John Lennon’s Imagine.


    49) Paul McCartney’s Ram.


    50) George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass.

    55) Jethro Tull’s Aqualung.


    56) Nursery Cryme by Genesis.


    57) The House On The Hill by Audience.


    58) Moving Waves by Focus.


    59) Alpha Centauri by Tangerine Dream.

    63) The Allman Brothers Band made their epic live album At Fillmore East despite Tom Dowd firing the horn section on the first night.
    We move forward with you or without you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFive View Post
    Rank joker’s pic. For example, if you think Metallica is number one and Pearl Jam worst, your list would start out

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    Motto panukeiku !

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Joker View Post
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    You used to love Pearl Jam.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SixFive View Post
    Full sack to share
    Bringin flash and flare
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