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  1. 6. Marvin Gaye Let’s Get It On (Motown, ) Sex is the hardest thing to write pop songs about. Luckily, when Marvin Gaye undertook a whole album about the beast with two backs, he had a quarter-century of R&B tradition in his corner and a Motown band so mellifluously aflame they’d have made the crassest come-on sound persuasive.
  2. This is the quintessential ’70s soul album, and any record collection of all-time greats would be incomplete without it. Both politically and socially important, and damn pleasant to the ears, Marvin Gaye’s multi-layered epic is one of the most famous albums ever recorded.
  3. The limited edition vinyl release of Tomboyis a four-LP set, including the entire album on two discs with the Tomboy single mixes and several unreleased instrumentals, a cappellas, as well as the single “The Preakness” and a page art book. And, just to make you feel like a philanthropist, all proceeds of the limited edition LP go to the.
  4. Oct 18,  · 1. The Land Of The Living 2. The River 3. Machine 4. Madness And Death 5. Happy Bridge 6. Kill Everyone Now .
  5. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin () Led Zeppelin’s eponymous debut featured a mix of original material and covers of blues songs, including a re-recording of the track “Dazed and Confused,” originally written and recorded by Jake Holmes, which was also covered by Jimmy Page’s old band the Yardbirds. Oddly enough, the iconic record was met with mixed reviews — Rolling Stone called.
  6. After their album Bad Reputation reached No.4 in the UK Top 10 in , Thin Lizzy decided that a live album was the way to go – a sensible decision for a band who excelled in concert. Tony.
  7. Nomeansno embarked on extensive touring throughout North America in support of it. They signed with Alternative Tentacles in , who re-issued You Kill Me in on 12" vinyl and later repackaged the EP with Nomeansno's second LP, Sex Mad, as the Sex Mad/You Kill Me compilation CD .
  8. "No Means No" is not only a great principle but also an enduring British Columbia cultural export. Forming around in Victoria, the Wright brothers initially tried to be big stars a la Rush but quickly settled for having some of the most unsettling sonics and vocals mature North American punk had to offer. *0+2=1* is an LP from their most vital period, featuring "Mr. Wrong" (Andy Kerr) on /5(9).

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