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Ha! Don't take music recommendations from me... I tend to prefer variety and quirky and obscurity more than most people.

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Hey, you didn't recommend it, just played it Something about it spoke to me, the times, whatever... and after reading a bit of your links I'm happy to have taken the risk.

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Hi Clarence,

Hey, you didn't recommend it, just played it Something about it spoke to me, the times, whatever... and after reading a bit of your links I'm happy to have taken the risk.

Take care,

In my youth, I used to occasionally by albums based on the cover alone. Humble Pie 'On To Victory' comes to mind.
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In my youth, I used to occasionally by albums based on the cover alone. Humble Pie 'On To Victory' comes to mind.
I can relate, along my long and winding road I've had a few girlfriends based on same criteria...

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Tim is the fourth studio album by American alternative rock band The Replacements, released in 1985.

It was their first major label release and also the last album made by the original line-up of the band: guitarist Bob Stinson was kicked out of the band towards the end of 1986.

The album shows Paul Westerberg's diverse influences, including Alex Chilton's Big Star on "Hold My Life," Roy Orbison and Duane Eddy on "Swingin Party" and Nick Lowe on "Kiss Me on the Bus". The song, "Can't Hardly Wait", was originally recorded for Tim, but was not included in the release. It appears later on Pleased to Meet Me with one of the original guitar parts changed to a horn part. "Left of the Dial" is a reference to college radio stations which were usually on the left side of a radio dial. More than 20 years after the album's release, the song remains popular as a college radio anthem.

The band performed "Bastards of Young" and "Kiss Me on the Bus" on Saturday Night Live on January 18, 1986. But the band's behavior on the show, including swearing during the broadcast, resulted in a lifetime ban from Saturday Night Live.

Rolling Stone: "On the Mats' major-label debut, singer-guitarist Paul Westerberg segues brilliantly from heroic power-chord swagger ("Bastards of Young") to shabby contemplation ("Here Comes a Regular"). No pre-Nirvana band did it better."

It is number 137 on Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest albums of all time.
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Wrecking Ball is the seventeenth studio album by American recording artist Bruce Springsteen, released in 2012.

The title track was originally written in commemoration of the then-pending demolition of Giants Stadium in New Jersey and is written from the stadium's point of view ("I was raised out of steel here in the swamps of Jersey"). However, in the context of the album it becomes a defiant anthem in the face of economic adversity with the refrain "C'mon on and take your best shot/Let me see what you got/Bring on your wrecking ball!" The album version is only slightly differently arranged than the original live version and features no major lyrical changes. This is one of the two songs on the album to feature E Street Band legendary saxophonist Clarence Clemons, who died in 2011.

The album debuted at No. 1 and became Springsteen's tenth No. 1 album in the United States, tying him with Elvis Presley for third-most No. 1 albums of all-time. Only the Beatles (19) and Jay-Z (12) have more No. 1 albums.

It was named best album of 2012 by Rolling Stone. The album and its single, "We Take Care of Our Own" was nominated for three Grammy Awards including Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song for "We Take Care of Our Own" and Best Rock Album.
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The Division Bell is the fourteenth studio album by the English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, released in 1994.

The album's music was written mostly by guitarist and singer David Gilmour and keyboardist Rick Wright, and features Wright's first lead vocal on a Pink Floyd album since The Dark Side of the Moon (1973). Gilmour's fiancée, Polly Samson, co-wrote many of the lyrics, which deal with themes of communication. The title refers to the division bell rung in the British parliament to announce a vote. Drummer Nick Mason said: "It does have some meaning. It's about people making choices, yeas or nays."

Songs such as "Poles Apart" and "Lost for Words" have been interpreted as references to the estrangement between Pink Floyd and former band member Roger Waters, who left in 1985.

Longtime Floyd collaborator Storm Thorgerson provided the album artwork. He erected two large metal heads, each the height of a double-decker bus, in a field. The sculptures were positioned close together and photographed in profile to give the illusion that not only were they either facing or talking to each other. Together they also presented the viewer with a third face. Thorgerson interpreted the "third absent face" as a reference to Syd Barrett.

Unused material from the Division Bell sessions became part of Pink Floyd's next and final album, The Endless River (2014).
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Lights Out is the debut solo album by Peter Wolf, released in 1984.

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After Peter Wolf ditched the J. Geils Band in 1983 because co-leader Seth Justman turned down a batch of new songs Wolf had written with Don Covay and Michael Jonzun, he made the most of it and released the great Lights Out album. Boasting a huge hit single, the bouncing, machine funk monster title track, and a raft of catchy, candy coated' '80s pop, the album is one of the hidden gems of the era.

Wolf casts off the responsibilities of fronting an arena rock band and heads straight for the pop jugular, leaving bluesy guitar licks and harmonica bleating in his rearview. With Michael Jonzun behind the board, the album is slicker than ice and loaded with cheesy synths, electronic drums, reverb, and "sweetening." It is also very well arranged; the synthetic sounds never overtake Wolf's gritty soul and personality -- really a perfect balance of soul and machines that only a few artists were able to pull off in the '80s.

Apart from the title track, the moderate charter "I Need You Tonight," a moody ballad with trademark- '80s clicking guitars, peppy synths, and a dorky surf guitar solo, is the best song on the record. Wolf nails the quietly urgent tone of the lyrics and delivers probably the most sensitive and sweet vocal of his career. Other highlights are "Baby Please Don't Go," a bubbling Motown-styled number that sounds very J. Geils-like, the electronic reggae ballad "Poor Girl's Heart," the Hall & Oates-y "Here Comes That Hurt Again," and the rollicking "Pretty Lady," which manages to overcome some annoying background warbling from Mick Jagger to be what would have been one of the best late-period J. Geils songs. The tracks that make the full leap into '80s dance-pop perhaps don't stand up as well. Something like "Oo-We-Diddley-Bop!" is very dated with Wolf gamely trying to rap and coming off like the male Debbie Harry. The jokey "Mars Needs Women" is better only because Jonzun brings in some wacky electro-sounds straight off a Jonzun Crew cut. Wolf's vocal is pretty embarrassing, though. These mis-steps don't really wreck the listening experience; they are so corny that they are almost good. The rest of the record isn't corny at all.

It is soul music for a soulless time made by a guy who sounds very glad to be free and ready to hit the charts. That it actually became a hit makes it even sweeter. For sure, Justman and the rest of the J. Geils Band were kicking themselves when their lame Wolf-less album tanked. You should be kicking yourself too if you write this album off as just fluff. It is great fluff, some of the best the '80s had to offer.
My friends had an extra ticket for Peter Wolf and The Who last Saturday, but I just got back from a week out of town and had too much stuff to do around the house, plus I knew I'd be useless on Sunday too if I went.

They said Peter only played for about 20 minutes but he totally rocked. Not bad for turning 73 last month. Exactly 5 years younger than my father, who sadly isn't doing well at all.
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My friends had an extra ticket for Peter Wolf and The Who last Saturday, but I just got back from a week out of town and had too much stuff to do around the house, plus I knew I'd be useless on Sunday too if I went.

They said Peter only played for about 20 minutes but he totally rocked. Not bad for turning 73 last month. Exactly 5 years younger than my father, who sadly isn't doing well at all.
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Regards, Ken (Retired)
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