My Overall Chart: 401-500 by Romanelli (2020)

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[First added to this chart: 03/17/2017]
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1989
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33,407
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[First added to this chart: 01/08/2013]
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1990
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12
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[First added to this chart: 05/12/2019]
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1994
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481
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1969-POLYDOR
Produced By THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

1. Candy Says
2. What Goes On
3. Some Kinda Love
4. Pale Blue Eyes
5. Jesus
6. Beginning To See Ther Light
7. I'm Set Free
8. That's The Story Of My Life
9. The Murder Mystery
10. After Hours

After the departure of the robotic voiced Nico and the abrasive John Cale from the first two Velvet albums, it was finally Lou Reed's band. And despite the Velvet's continued complete lack of commercial success, Reed made the most of it. This is where he takes the front by himself for the first time, and where his songwriting begins to turn towards a more acoustic and melodic place where he would go many times during his solo career.

Down to a four piece band, The Velvets on this record are not quite what the masses would consume, but they were in a constant state of improvement. Reed's songs here, all of them, are stunning and deserve to be heard. Again...you may not like the Velvets...and if so, you probably never started a band. This is a great work.
[First added to this chart: 01/08/2013]
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1969
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16,108
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[First added to this chart: 03/20/2019]
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2001
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6
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2006-APPLE
Produced By GEORGE MARTIN & GILES MARTIN

1. Because
2. Get Back
3. Glass Onion
4. Eleanor Rigby/Julia (Transition)
5. I Am The Walrus
6. I Want To Hold Your Hand
7. Drive My Car/The Word/What You’re Doing
8. Gnik Nus
9. Something/Blue Jay Way (Transition)
10. Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite/I Want You (She’s So Heavy)/Helter Skelter
11. Help!
12. Blackbird/Yesterday
13. Strawberry Fields Forever
14. Within You Without You/Tomorrow Never Knows
15. Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
16. Octopus’s Garden
17. Lady Madonna
18. Here Comes The Sun/The Inner Light (Transition)
19. Come Together/Dear Prudence/Cry Baby Cry (Transition)
20. Revolution
21. Back In The U.S.S.R.
22. While My Guitar Gently Weeps
23. A Day In The Life
24. Hey Jude
25. Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (Reprise)
26. All You Need Is Love

A few notes about this album that are pretty important. It was released by Apple Records, which, despite not having signed a new artist in 40 years, is still an active company. All of the tracks were approved upon listening by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison. The only piece of newly recorded music on the album is the string section on “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”. And despite all of the songs having been heard repeatedly for most or all of our lives, this is actually very good.

Bringing in the seemingly immortal George Martin to produce was very smart. Martin bringing in his son Giles to help was genius. This is a mashup album, and Giles’ understanding of modern production techniques proves invaluable. The transitions are seamless, and the blending of songs could not have been done any better. There is, of course, no questioning the quality of the material. What Love comes down to is the team of Martin & Mar4tin, and they do a splendid job. The music is used in the Cirque De Soleil show, and it’s a single, quite long disc. It works. I never thought I would say that a “new” Beatles album consisting of the same material from the 60’s would be great…but here it is.
[First added to this chart: 06/10/2018]
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2006
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634
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1989-MALACO
Produced By TOMMY COUCH & WOLF STEPHENSON

1. You’ve Got To Hurt Before You Heal
2. Lay Love Aside
3. Kiss Me To The Music
4. Keep It A Secret
5. Take Off Your Shoes
6. Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone
7. If I Don’t Get Involved
8. I’m Not Ashamed To Sing The Blues
9. Midnight Run
10. Starting All Over Again

Bobby Bland has always been kind of the forgotten child of soul and blues music. Always near the top of his craft, he’s also spent his career in the shadow of the likes of Sam Cooke, Ray Charles, and B.B. King. The industry has recognized him well: he’s in both the Blues and Rock & Roll Hall Of Fames, and artists like Van Morrison regularly cover his material, but fans tend to forget him. Too bad, because bland has been a force in music since the early 1950’s.

Midnight Run is a later period album from Bland, and although he was well past his prime at this time (and had also developed a strangely annoying snort!), he shows that he does indeed still have the chops. A little too much keyboard (a real, solid blues band would have been better)can’t hide the fact that Bland could still sing. “You’ve Got To Hurt Before You Heal” is a great song, and his cover of Bill Withers’ “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone” is a true highlight. This is not Bland at his best by any means, but it does show that after so many years, he was still capable of putting out a winner.
[First added to this chart: 05/31/2013]
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1989
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12
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1994-EPITAPH
Produced By THOM WILSON

1. Time To Relax
2. Nitro (Youth Energy)
3. Bad Habit
4. Gotta Get Away
5. Genocide
6. Something To Believe In
7. Come Out And Play
8. Self Esteem
9. It'll Be A Long Time
10. Killboy Powerhead
11. What Happened To You?
12. So Alone
13. Not The One
14. Smash

1994 was the year of Offspring. Smash, their third album, was supposed to be the great indie uprising. And it was a good record, led by some not-so-punk songs. The album is still one of the best selling independent release of all time. Led by the unbelievably catchy "Come Out And Play (Keep 'Em Separated)", Smash was a barrage of cool, heavy hits, including "Self Esteem", "Gotta Get Away", and "Bad Habit". A really very exciting record, although its lesser tracks ended up being the most punk of them all.

Offspring sputtered and failed to ride the wave they created. They signed a 7 figure deal with a major label just two years after Smash, and have been fighting to recapture a spark ever since. But Smash is one of the more memorable releases of the mid 90's. Maybe someday they can find the magic again.
[First added to this chart: 02/05/2013]
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1994
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2,175
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Produced By Michael Barbiero & Steve Thompson [First added to this chart: 09/17/2013]
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1994
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196
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[First added to this chart: 01/07/2013]
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1959
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30,803
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My Overall Chart: 401-500 composition

Decade Albums %


1930s 0 0%
1940s 0 0%
1950s 1 1%
1960s 3 3%
1970s 15 15%
1980s 20 20%
1990s 41 41%
2000s 20 20%
2010s 0 0%
Country Albums %


United States 56 56%
United Kingdom 30 30%
Mixed Nationality 4 4%
Canada 3 3%
Sweden 2 2%
Australia 2 2%
Ireland 1 1%
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From dihansse 04/01/2016 19:43
I thought you had forgotten R.E.M. but here they are. Master of Puppets are ranked very low but why not ;)
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