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#1 Jun 29 2004 at 2:41 PM Rating: Decent
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Doesn't matter if it's music to make you crazy, cry, or chill.

What are your top five albums to drink to?

5) Led Zepplin "IV" - trite, I know, but still a good CD with some nice ballady type songs and some out and out rockers.

4) Otis Redding "The Very Best of Otis Redding" - good, if not depressing, slow music to chill out and/or commisserate with.

3) The Clash "The Clash" - Janie Jones, London Calling and I Fought the Law, need I say more?

2) Mazzy Star "So Tonight That I Might See" - ethereal, depressing, and beautiful. Good music to drown your sorrows to.

1) Flogging Molley Swagger - good irish/punkish music to sing and drink to. Gotta have some Irish music when you're drinking.

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#2 Jun 29 2004 at 2:48 PM Rating: Decent
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If you want depressing look no further then Billy Joel. Captain Jack makes you want to shoot yourself.

Plus he has the best drinking song ever. Yup you know what it is... Piano Man.
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Mazzy Star "So Tonight That I Might See" - ethereal, depressing, and beautiful. Good music to drown your sorrows to.


OMG.. seeing the name is making me almost cry...

I can honestly say that if I got drunk and listened to this I would in all likelyhood commit suicide.




I prefer Hank Williams Sr. wehn I'm drinking.
good call on Zeppelin though.

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I prefer Hank Williams Sr. wehn I'm drinking


You bold the "SR" like Jr is bad. So I must ask, what is wrong with Bocephus?
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I hate Country.


H.W. sr. is 'Western'.


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AC/DC
Guns n Roses
American Pie w/ Bastardized lyrics
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1.Blood/Suger/***/Magik :- Red hot Chilli Peppers.

Classic album that has every thing good about rock/funk all rolled into one bouncing package.

2.Freak of Nature :- Freak of Nature.

Pure hardcore Hard rock played as well as it can be played, you just have sit back, sip on the JD and smile baby.


3.Roll the bones :- Rush.

A more chilled out rocky album by the masters of concept albums a classic fussion of rock and poetry.

4.Seventh Son of a Seventh Son :- Iron Maiden

The best made Metal album ever in my opinion.

5.Automatic for the people :- REM

Even metalheads have to chill and this is my wind down Album.

thats my choise, no the best ablums in the world but if i had to take 5 thats what i would take.

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#8 Jun 29 2004 at 3:14 PM Rating: Decent
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I hate Country.


H.W. sr. is 'Western'


Point well taken Kel, but Ol' Jr jas some funny *** songs to drink to.
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H.W. sr. is 'Western'.


Nope, bluegrass or mountain would be closer than that.

****, even gospel.

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1. anything by Portishead or Tortoise-for that relaxed night of drinking

2. mix of electroclash/synthpop/80's -fun with friends

3. 80's hair bands(poison, bon jovi, skid row, etc)

4. old pop punk from 4-5 years ago that I still like(cooter, dynamite boy, ltj, etc)

5. **** I even like some Garth Brooks...can't deny the drunken sing along to "Friends In Low Places"
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#11 Jun 29 2004 at 3:43 PM Rating: Decent
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The only country song to drink to is "Fishing in the Dark", in my opinion.

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#12 Jun 29 2004 at 3:46 PM Rating: Decent
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The only country song to drink to is "Fishing in the Dark", in my opinion.


What about "You Don't Have to Call Me Darling" by David Allen Coe?

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Nope.

But you might have prove me wrong by pointing out the Gin and Juice cover by a country band...

"Two ******* in the living room gettin' it on" just sounds so much cooler in country...

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Ha! Grady, I was trying to remember just last night who my fellow Hope Sandoval fan on the board was Smiley: lol
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Oh yeah.. albums

The Wall, Pink Floyd -- Works if you're getting stoned as well but I don't do that any longer. Cheap trip to high school nostolgia to get drunk and listen to this, though

Concrete Blonde, Concrete Blonde -- The self titled one with "Still in Hollywood" on it. Much like the above choice, only this is college nostolgia and much less self indulgent and pitying.

So Tonight That I Might See, Mazzy Star -- As Grady. Good if I'm drinking something like wine. Hope Sandoval and beer doesn't work for me.

Pale Sun, Crescent Moon, Cowboy Junkies -- Excellent mellow music to have a couple beers and chill with. Margo Timmins is less pretenstious than Ms. Sandoval so beer works just fine Smiley: wink I'm squeezing in a sixth by saying that The Caution Horses (by the same) also works if I'm feeling a bit more melancholy.

The Future, Leonard Cohen -- Ha! Get all jazzed up on the first couple of tracks, joyful during "Closing Time", start to wind down, pick up a little bit back with "Democracy" then you get ************ by "Light As The Breeze" and get all depressed. It's a drunken emotion tour de force!
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    #17 Jun 29 2004 at 4:37 PM Rating: Decent
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    Ha! Grady, I was trying to remember just last night who my fellow Hope Sandoval fan on the board was.


    It could be me. I kinda know her a bit. A friend of mine (Colm) is the guitar player in her new project. He used to be the drummer for My Bloody Valentine. Nice crew all 'round.

    The Hope's new project = excellent. It's called Bavarian Fruit Bread.

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    Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions? Yeah, I've got BBF. But I still think it was Grady who pointed it out to me while we were discussing Mazzy Star one time on the old uBB forums.

    As I recall, I came across a Mary Fahl solo album while picking BBF. Good day all around!
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    I can honestly say that if I got drunk and listened to this I would in all likelyhood commit suicide.


    Heh. I listen to that cd all the time drinking jack daniels alone and it always makes me happy.. maybe im weird or just listen to insanely depressing music but i always found mazzy star upbeat.

    I listen to lots of nick cave when drunk.. some of the best music to drink whiskey alone too and sing along or just listen to the lyrics whatever your into.

    #20 Jun 29 2004 at 5:02 PM Rating: Good
    Jimmy Buffet/Greatist Hits
    Steve Miller Band/Greatist Hits
    CCR/Greatest Hits

    Those are all I need.
    And my thermos.... and this chair...
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    Jimmy Buffet/Greatist Hits
    Steve Miller Band/Greatist Hits
    CCR/Greatest Hits


    Jesus! Aren't you an average 40 year old guy?


    Eb

    Oh god , I said that without even getting "The Jerk" reference...OMG you ARE that forty-something guy!

    Edited, Tue Jun 29 18:25:40 2004 by pickleprince
    #22 Jun 29 2004 at 5:11 PM Rating: Good
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    i always found mazzy star upbeat.
    She Hangs Brightly isn't bad. Of course, that's the one album where Hope doesn't sing like she just had her wisdom teeth extracted.

    My favorite review of Mazzy Star was from a Rolling Stone magazine where they said "Mazzy Star makes the Cowboy Junkies sound wired." Smiley: laugh
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    1. Miles Davis Kind of Blue

    2. Pearl Jam Ten

    3. The Levelers Leveling the Land

    4. The Velvet Underground Loaded

    5. Killdozer Twelve Point Buck


    Miles for when I'm drinking wine with my wife's freinds.

    Pearl Jam for when I'm drinking beer with old USAF buddies.

    The Levelers for when I'm in Boston drinking Guinness with freinds from my old neigborhood.

    The Velvet Underground for when I'm drinking martinis with old high school/colege friends.

    Killdozer for when I'm sitting in a room alone posting here, drinking everclear, eyeing my shotgun and the cat suspicously.
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    Sublime "40 oz to Freedom" - also good for getting stoned, which is something that I am doing less and less of these days.

    Flogging Molly "Swagger" - Watching a room full of drunks dancing and singing along to "Salty Dog" and "Every Dog Has His Day" is fun.

    Flogging Molly "Drunken Lullabies" - Fuc[u][/u]k, the name says it all.

    Steve Earl "Shut Up And Die Like An Aviator" - Great live recordings. Just don't do any heroin.



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    Listen to a lot of Killdozer, do you, Smash?
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    Listen to a lot of Killdozer, do you, Smash?


    In the pictures I've seen of him, I'd say "yes". he certainly has that Everclear glint to his eyes.

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    Yeah, Joph, but it looks like we've got another on the new boards.

    Didn't know the Oct Project lead singer had a solo album, I'm going to have to check that out. Thanks : )

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    More of a solo EP, sadly.
    Selections from: Lenses of Contact
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    Whoah, hey there:
    The Other Side of Time

    I must have! And, ****, but she's easy on the eyes.

    Woot! Purchased and in my hands. Go go independant record stores that actually stock this kind of stuff!

    Edited, Tue Jun 29 20:31:06 2004 by Jophiel
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    #30 Jun 30 2004 at 7:14 AM Rating: Decent
    Since Flogging Molly, Otis, Portishead, Mazzy Star, and Nick Cave were already covered, I have:

    1. The Meters "Funkify your Life" : I'm convinced my wife has no soul after she likened the music to the generic funk instrumentals Re-Run used to uprock to on "What's Happening". Heathen.

    2. Reverend Horton Heat "Liquor in the Front" : self explanitory.

    3. anything by Aretha Franklin, Etta James, or Marvin Gaye. All had that rare quality in their voices that could make you feel a wide range of emotions at the same time.

    4. Prince "Purple Rain" : This one bar up the block from me has it on jukebox. Play "Darling Nikki" every time.

    5a. Minor Threat "Complete Discography" : I get a giddy thrill listening to straight edge while drinking.

    5b. Kasey Chambers "Barracades and Brick Walls" : Alt"ish"-country signer, cool *** voice.

    favorite 5 songs while drinking (if I were right now):

    1. Reverend Horton Heat "Big Sky"
    2. Black Sabbath "War Pigs"
    3. EPMD "You Gots to Chill"
    4. Atlantic Star "Always"
    5. Otis Redding "These Arms of Mine"



    Edited, Wed Jun 30 08:19:02 2004 by stealthrhino
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    5. R.E.M. - Automatic for the people

    4. The Shins - Oh, inverted world

    3. Bonnie "Prince" Billy - I see a darkness

    2. Richard Buckner - Since

    1. Richard Buckner - Devotion + Doubt


    And surprisingly enough I'm NOT "crying drunk guy". These are just great albums to sit and chill too drunk or not. Preferably drunk though.



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    In no particular order ( and definitely not the greatest, well the first two might be):

    AC/DC- Back in Black

    Led Zeppelin II

    Sublime- (self titled)

    Snoop Dogg- Doggystyle

    Tea Party- Edges of Twilight

    Honorable mentions to Gnr, Velvet underground, Pearl Jam, Hendrix experience, Floyd, and all the other amazing bands previously mentioned.

    One rule though, never play rage against the machine in a room full of drunks. It seems to bring out the angry drunks like no other music. Bad times.
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    Rusted Root and

    Above the Rim soundtrack

    That's all I specifically drink to
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    In no particular order ( and definitely not the greatest, well the first two might be):

    AC/DC- Back in Black

    Led Zeppelin II

    Sublime- (self titled)

    Snoop Dogg- Doggystyle

    Tea Party- Edges of Twilight

    Honorable mentions to Gnr, Velvet underground, Pearl Jam, Hendrix experience, Floyd, and all the other amazing bands previously mentioned.

    One rule though, never play rage against the machine in a room full of drunks. It seems to bring out the angry drunks like no other music. Bad times.


    Like these choices! Let me see if I can come up with some...Most of these are choices, not because I think they would be cool to drink to, but because I have good experiences getting wasted to these albums :)

    5) Buckcherry - Self Titled album

    4) Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP

    3) Rage Against the Machine - Self Titled album

    2) Led Zeppelin - Houses of the Holy

    1) Tool - Aenima

    Yup, like 'em.
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    #35 Jul 01 2004 at 2:11 PM Rating: Decent
    I was drinking last night playing cards and listening to:

    MF Doom "Doomsday"

    if anybody likes hip hop, check him out (or any of his aliases/side projects: King Ghidora, Viktor Vaughn, Madvillain, Monster Island Czars).
    If anybody remembers that song "Gas Face" by 3rd bass, he was the guest emcee from KMD (used to go under the name of Zev Love X).

    So yeah, I gotta find room in my list for that.

    Edited, Thu Jul 1 15:12:16 2004 by stealthrhino
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    got drunk while watching wizard of oz and dark side of the moon played over it, so good!
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    I will second the zeplin
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    1) Flogging Molley Swagger - good irish/punkish music to sing and drink to. Gotta have some Irish music when you're drinking.


    I gotta go with that one i love flogging molly and actually changed my fighting NM's music to "Druken Lullabies" (pretty dam good fighting song)
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    Try some Radiohead... they sound screwed up enough while sober... while wasted... woa...
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    Anything by David Allen Coe or Bocephus.
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    #41 Jul 02 2004 at 7:17 PM Rating: Decent
    razors edge: ACDC

    back in black: ACDC

    let there be rock: ACDC

    nevermind: nirvana

    the one by manic street preachers with "motorclycle emptyness" and " austrailia on it, i forget the name
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    In no particular order...

    1. Portishead--Dummy
    2. Siouxsie and the Banshees--The Best of...
    3. Concrete Blonde--Still in Hollywood (A "best of" and B-sides CD. Particularly for their cover of the song "Mandocello.")
    4. Bjork--Homogenic
    5. Led Zeppelin--self titled album, with "Black Dog" and "Battle of Evermore."
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    1. I definatly agree with the earlier post of DMB "Before these crowded streets." awsome album!
    2. Jeff Buckley- Grace. Halelujah is one of the most depressing songs i've heard.
    3. Frank Zappa- any live album. mainly cuz i'm a drummer and that sh*t is funky.
    4. Kruder & Dorfmiester- Sessions. for any of you Electronica fans out there, this is one of the best Acid Jazz cds. its just chill. =)
    5. Underworld sound track- if you haven't heard this album it is a must. David Bowe's "Disco King" is haunting, that is if you are in the depresing mood.
    well, those are my pics!

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    3. Concrete Blonde--Still in Hollywood (A "best of" and B-sides CD. Particularly for their cover of the song "Mandocello.")


    For cover songs on that album I prefer "Simple Twist of Fate" and "Everybody Knows". And I love the live version of "Tomorrow Wendy" on there, I get chills from that.

    That's a great album though. "The Ship Song" and of course they even have a version of "Little Wing" on there.

    That's in my top ten albums of all time for sure...

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    #45 Jul 04 2004 at 2:16 PM Rating: Decent
    How about some Kyuss or Queens of the Stone Age? Take your pick of any of their albums. They range from straight rock to trip-out rock, to dark pop.

    How about Pantera: Far Beyond Driven for those angry drunks? Or some Sepultura or Strapping Young Lad.

    Portishead has already been covered, don't need any more elaboration on that.

    But let's not forget Soundgarden. Badmotorfinger and Superunknown are fantastic.

    How about Pink Floyd? Wish You Were Here just might be my all-time favorite song, and if not it's a very close second to Jimi's Little Wing.
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    Superunknown by Soundgarden is a work of art, Purple by STP is also good. If i had to pick a Pearl Jam record it would be Ten or Vitalogy. Beastie Boys Ill Communication or Check Your Head, Cypress Hill Black Sunday, Tragically Hip- Up to Here.

    I like Pantera and Sepultura, but it scares off the ladies, at least the ladies that you want to have around. So then your left with a sausage party full of angry guys. Throw in a couple angry whiskey drunks and its bad times.

    Lots of good CD's named but it depends where your getting drunk, at a bar, houseparty, club, friends house, pit party. and who your getting drunk with.

    Edited, Sun Jul 4 16:56:34 2004 by bhodisattva
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