I gotta lotta amity toward that album. Other than The Replacements (who should and shall conquer the '80s Poll just you wait), my two most listened to albums all throughout college were Pink Flag and Stone Roses debut. All the studying, traveling, etc - always found myself gravitating back to them. Pink Flag...the songs are exciting, unhinged, witty ("Stay glued to your TV set") - or haunting ("There's something straange going onnn tonight") - on the whole engrossing, lean, a little mean. Idk - I just love it. There's a pure spur to their first-step punk.
Post by ingmarhepburn on Feb 13, 2019 12:37:28 GMT
Sad at the lack of love for Three Imaginary Boys and Born to Run. A bit disappointed that none of Stevie Wonder's albums made the top 25. Shocked at the low placements for Rumours and Bowie's albums.
On the other hand...
Pleased that Let it Be made the top 20. Pleased that Simon and Garfunkel made it into the top 5. Very pleased with the Pink Floyd domination. And their albums appeared exactly by the order of how I rank them.
I've never been too crazy about the Stones, but Sticky Fingers is a solid album and it has some songs I really like. I guess I can't complain.
Thanks again for doing this, Joaquim! Also, good work with the presentation!