After all my time on the forums I only just found this thread.....I've got catching up to do...
Add a drop of lavender to your milk, leave town with an orange, and pretend you're laughing at it.
The Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency!
Genre: Jazz Fusion
I don't care if the sparingly used vocals are messy, this is one of the best jazz fusion albums I've ever heard.
Straight-up all-stars getting raw and psychedelic in here!
Recommended If You Like: Miles Davis, Billy Cobham, Mahavishnu Orchestra, Weather Report, Bill Bruford, and Max Roach.
Where Part 1
Where Part 2
i figured either you, A_C, or hungryfreak would be in here to tell me how entry-level and mainstream this album is.
Whoa, surprising to see something this fairly popular in here, but its awesomeness definitely does warrant a mention.
Despite all my rage, I'm still just Nicolas Cage
i totally sold out by doing an album with almost 4,000 listeners on last.fm.
The Last - L.A. Explosion!
Genre: Powerpop/Garage Rock
This album should be regarded as a pop classic with it's effortless blend of folk-rock, surf rock, and punk all in the name of catchy melodies packed into two and a half minute songs.
Recommended If You Like: The Knack, Flamin' Groovies, The Soft Boys, Redd Kross, Shoes, and The Barracudas.
Sample via myspace.