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    Deftones, white pony
    Pink Floyd, dark side of the moon,
    Pink Floyd atom heart mother
    Radio head, OK computer
    Joni Mitchell.... Pretty much any best of
    Team sleep, self titled
    Candiria, the process of self development
    Massive attack... Everything they've ever done
    Garden state soundtrack
    Gorguts, obscura

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    Crap I forgot bjork!

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    My top artist are:

    Roger Walters
    David Bowie
    Jethro Toll
    Peter Frampton
    Jimi Hindrix
    Santana

    Bands

    Pink Floyd
    The Who
    Stixs
    Chicago

    Favorite Album

    Thriller by Michel Jackson. It was way ahead of its time and it was produced using a Shure SM57 mic for his vocals. Back then it was called a Shure S7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mack Caster View Post
    My top artist are:

    Roger Walters
    David Bowie
    Jethro Toll
    Peter Frampton
    Jimi Hindrix
    Santana

    Bands

    Pink Floyd
    The Who
    Stixs
    Chicago

    Favorite Album

    Thriller by Michel Jackson. It was way ahead of its time and it was produced using a Shure SM57 mic for his vocals. Back then it was called a Shure S7.
    I'm not the biggest classic rick fan, although I do have my favorites (notice pink Floyd is on mine twice) but I admit, some of the best sounding albums came out of the 70's. Santana is SO warm and three dimentional, no matter what system u play it on. I also read somewhere that with rumors by Fleetwood Mac, not a whole lot of eq was used. A dip here and little boost there. It just came out sounding like that!

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    @4140 , I would agree with your statement 100%. I forgot about Fleetwood Mack, they were a great group as well. There are many more that are not listed but I just can't remember them all! I never cared for disco so most of those bands/artist have no storage in the main frame. LOL.

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    My ten most influential albums are:

    Pictures at an Exhibition: Emerson Lake & Palmer
    Sergeant Peppers Lonely Heart's Club Band: Beatles
    Super Blues: Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley & Little Walter
    The Kick Inside: Kate Bush
    Donovan in Concert (1968): Donovan
    Bringing it all Back Home: Bob Dylan
    Transparent Music: B J Cole
    On the Beach: Chris Rea
    Reach the Beach: The Fixx
    Love Over Gold: Dire Straits

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