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13 Jun 2005 02:54 PM
    ....inspired by archie's post about lame 2nd albums, I've been thinking about 2nd albums that are not only good but absolutely classic - for starters massive attack 'protection' suede 'dog man star' katell keineg 'jet' ....and surely lots more....right?
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    13 Jun 2005 03:00 PM
    hoooray!!Dog Man Star Interpol - Antics
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    13 Jun 2005 03:23 PM
    yeah definitely interpol antics and rufus wainwright poses
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    13 Jun 2005 03:58 PM
    Radiohead - The Bends
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    13 Jun 2005 05:28 PM
    Bona Fide Classics: Joy Division - Closer New Order - Power Corruption and Lies (Well, the first was understandably a slightly shaky start) The Breeders - Last Splash Orbital - Orbital 2 (The Brown Album) Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream Great 2nd albums that live in the shadow of the first Television - Adventure Saint Etienne - So Tough Roxy Music - For your Pleasure The Chemical Brothers - Dig your own hole (heavier and more exciting than the first, though not quite as good) Second albums that aren't universally recognised as classics, but I reckon are fantastic anyway Adult. - Anxiety Always Lali Puna - Scary World Theory Schneider TM - Zoomer (second solo album) Luscious Jackson - Fever in, Fever Out Ladytron - Light & Magic
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    13 Jun 2005 05:30 PM
    Kings of Leon- Aha shake heartbreak Elbow- Cast of Thousands
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    13 Jun 2005 05:46 PM
    Wilco - Being There
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    14 Jun 2005 08:06 AM
    Radiohead - The Bends Beck - Odelay (if the indie label ones like One Foot In The Grave are counted as sideprojects) dEUS - In A Bar Under The Sea SFA - Radiator Elliott Smith - Elliott Smith to name but a few
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    14 Jun 2005 09:04 AM
    The Jefferson Airplane - Surrealistic Pillow The Beta Band - Hot Shots Part 2 (assuming the 3 EPs dont count) Bob Dylan - The Freewhelin' Bob Dylan
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    14 Jun 2005 09:05 AM
    A few off the top of my head: Snow Patrol - when its all over we still have to clear up Ryan Adams - Gold Cream - Disraeli Gears Red House Painters - RHP (Rollercoaster) Pearl Jam - Vs
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    14 Jun 2005 09:40 AM
    quote:
    Originally posted by Eric Snow Patrol - Final Straw
    Thats Snow Patrols 3rd album
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    14 Jun 2005 09:57 AM
    Glaring omission! Nevermind by Nirvana
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    15 Jun 2005 07:11 PM
    Slowdive - Souvlaki And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead - Source Tags & Codes Belle & Sebastian - If You're Feeling Sinister British Sea Power - Open Season Teenage Fanclub - Bandwagonesque The Smashing Pumpkins - Siamese Dream Sigur Ros - () .......
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    16 Jun 2005 06:04 AM
    oooh i dont agree with ya there indiecater - I 100% think that 'The Decline of British Sea Power' whoops Open Season in spectacular style!! I mean I really like it but not nearly as much as 'The Decline of..' Not tryin to start a rift or nowt - personal opinion n all - but just wondering why you think Open Seaon is better?
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    16 Jun 2005 10:26 AM
    Stone Temple Pilots - Purple Whipping Boy - Heartworm That's all I can think of right now.
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    16 Jun 2005 11:50 AM
    off the top of me head: ...the wedding present - bizarro ...palace brothers - days in the wake ...slint - spiderland ...joy division - closer ...nirvana - nevermind ...pixies - surfer rosa (or doolittle if you call 'come on pilgrim' an ep) ...waiting room - catering for headphones ...leftfield - leftism ...could say going blank again by ride but i prefer 'nowhere' ...disagree strongly with ryan adams' gold (as mentioned above) - heartbreaker's the one for me
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    16 Jun 2005 11:57 AM
    quote:
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    off the top of me head: ..joy division - closer
    Defo! Never understood why Unknown Pleasures was touted as their best ever album. This was the reason I got into them and always remained my firm favorite.
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    16 Jun 2005 01:31 PM
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    Originally posted by palace ...leftfield - leftism
    I was under the impression that "Leftism" was their first album proper and "Rhythm and Stealth" was the second? "Rhythm and Stealth" is a class album, but not quite as good as "Leftism"
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    16 Jun 2005 02:09 PM
    i suppose you're right there, binokular... ...i think they had a debut album called backlog but it was a compilation of different mixes
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    16 Jun 2005 03:01 PM
    Cool, thats what I was kind of wondering. I absolutely love the two "proper" (whatever that means) Leftfield albums but didn't realise that they had any releases before that besides singles/promos so was just trying to find out if you knew anything about stuff before that! Will be looking out on amazon/play for a copy of that now. I've got "Original" as a cassette single somewhere.. :D
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