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Old 04-21-2010, 09:39 PM   #1
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A favorite 3 or 4-sequence of songs on an album that you totally get into

This morning on the way to work I was listening to ELO's "Time", (what was "Side Two" on the original LP back in 1981) and I really got into the following four songs that are back-to-back:

Here Is The News
To The End of the World
21st Century Man
Hold On Tight


So, that's the idea for this thread...pick a favorite album and 3 or 4 songs that are in sequence on the album that you totally get into. Can be classic rock, new rock, whatever...
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On Ozzy's Diary of a Madman - Tonight, S.A.T.O, and the title cut, in particular the build up to the solo. I never get tired of it.
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Dark Side Of The Moon - Us and Them, Any Color You Like, Brain Damage, Eclipse
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Re: A favorite 3 or 4-sequence of songs on an album that you totally get into

Rush, Caress of Steel

The Necromancer and The Fountain Of Lamneth.
I know it's only 2 songs but they flow so nicely together.
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Rush, Caress of Steel

The Necromancer and The Fountain Of Lamneth.
I know it's only 2 songs but they flow so nicely together.
That's cool
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On Ozzy's Diary of a Madman - Tonight, S.A.T.O, and the title cut, in particular the build up to the solo. I never get tired of it.


same here i like both sides.especially the first four songs over the mountain,flying high,you can't kill rock and believer.probably my favorite album ever besides aerosmith rocks and guns appetite.
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on VU's White Light/White Heat

Lady Godiva's Operation
Here She Comes Now
I Heard Her Call My Name
Sister Ray (when I have time)

I never seem to skip any of these.

Stooges, Fun House

Down On The Street
Loose
TV Eye

Curtis Mayfield, Superfly

Little Child, Runnin Wild
Pusherman
Freddie's Dead
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Momentary Lapse of Reason
Signs of Life
Learning to Fly
Dogs of War
One Slip

I love the transition from learning to fly to dogs of war. The last 20 seconds of learning to fly you can hear the dogs! well not actually dogs but u the scary sound.
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Scene One
The Good Mr. Square
She Was Tall, She Was High

'Parachute' - The Pretty Things
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Dark Side Of The Moon - Us and Them, Any Color You Like, Brain Damage, Eclipse


Bob Dylan - Blood on the Tracks
Tangled Up In Blue
Simple Twist Of Fate
You're a Big Girl Now
Idiot Wind

Curtis Mayfield - Curtis
The Other Side of Town
The Making of You
We The People Who Are Darker Than Blue
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Stooges, Fun House

Down On The Street
Loose
TV Eye
I second Sister Ray's 3 on Fun House.

Also the first 5 on the Beatles' Past Masters Vol. 2

1. Day Tripper
2. We Can Work It Out
3. Paperback Writer
4. Rain
5. Lady Madonna
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side 1 or 2 of boston debut
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On Ozzy's Diary of a Madman - Tonight, S.A.T.O, and the title cut, in particular the build up to the solo. I never get tired of it.


same here i like both sides.especially the first four songs over the mountain,flying high,you can't kill rock and believer.probably my favorite album ever besides aerosmith rocks and guns appetite.
That's a fantastic album. Grabs you from the opening drums of Over The Mountain. I remember reading an interview with Max Norman about how he never intended Tonight to have such a long rideout, but Randy's solo was so cool that he hated to cut it off.
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Re: A favorite 3 or 4-sequence of songs on an album that you totally get into

Steely Dan~ Can't Buy a Thrill

Do It Again
Dirty Work
Kings
Midnite Cruiser

To be honest...the entire album is excellent.
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Re: A favorite 3 or 4-sequence of songs on an album that you totally get into

The first 3 songs from the Cars' debut album.

"Good Times Roll"
"My Best Friend's Girl"
"Just What I Needed"
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A Bit of Finger > Sleeping Village > Warning

What a way to end the first Black Sabbath album!

Also...

Us and Them/Any Colour You Like/Brain Damage/Eclipse

4 great songs in a row to end Pink Floyd's DSOTM

And of course...

1. Close to the Edge
2. And You and I
3. Siberian Khatru


Which is the only three songs found on ''Close to the Edge'' by Yes...

And I guess you can also say...

1. The Gates of Delirium
2. Sound Chaser
3. To Be Over


Also, the only three song found on Yes's ''Relayer'' album.

All outrageous tunes.
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Re: A favorite 3 or 4-sequence of songs on an album that you totally get into

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This morning on the way to work I was listening to ELO's "Time", (what was "Side Two" on the original LP back in 1981) and I really got into the following four songs that are back-to-back:

Here Is The News
To The End of the World
21st Century Man
Hold On Tight


So, that's the idea for this thread...pick a favorite album and 3 or 4 songs that are in sequence on the album that you totally get into. Can be classic rock, new rock, whatever...


An excellent choice, but your sequencing's off dude, "The Lights Go Down" should be where "The End of the World" is, then flip-flop that with "Here is the News" like this!

The Lights Go Down
Here is the News
21st Century Man
Hold On Tight

Here are a lot more from ELO, Genesis, Phil Collins, and Buckner & Garcia...

Electric Light Orchestra

No Answer (1972)

First Movement (Jumping Biz)
Mr. Radio
Manhattan Rumble (49th Street Massacre)
Queen of the Hours

On the Third Day (1973)

King of the Universe
Bluebird is Dead
Oh No Not Susan
New World Rising

Eldorado, A Symphony (1974)

Mister Kingdom
Nobody's Child
Illusions in G Major
Eldorado

Face the Music (1975)

Poker
Strange Magic
Down Home Town
One Summer Dream

A New World Record (1976)

Tightrope
Telephone Line
Rockaria!
Mission (A World Record)

Out of the Blue (1977)

Standin' in the Rain
Big Wheels
Summer and Lightning
Mr. Blue Sky

Discovery (1979)

Shine a Little Love
Confusion
Need Her Love
The Diary of Horace Wimp

Xanadu (1980)

I'm Alive
The Fall
Don't Walk Away
All Over the World

Secret Messages (1983)

Secret Messages
Loser Gone Wild
Bluebird
Take Me On and On

Balance of Power (1986)

Heaven Only Knows
So Serious
Getting to the Point
Secret Lives

Electric Light Orchestra Part Two (1990)

Hello
Honest Men
Every Night
Once Upon a Time

ZOOM (2001)

Alright
Moment in Paradise
State of Mind
Just for Love

Genesis

Abacab (1981)

Abacab
No Reply at All
Me and Sarah Jane
Keep it Dark

Genesis (1983)

Taking it All Too Hard
Just a Job to Do
Silver Rainbow
It's Gonna Get Better

Invisible Touch (1986)

Anything She Does
Domino
Throwing it All Away
The Brazilian

We Can't Dance (1991)

Jesus He Knows Me
Driving the Last Spike
I Can't Dance
Never a Time

Phil Collins

Face Value (1981)

Behind the Lines
The Roof is Leaking
Droned
Hand in Hand

Hello, I Must Be Going! (1982)

I Don't Care Anymore
I Cannot Believe It's True
Like China
Do You Know, Do You Care?

No Jacket Required (1985)

Sussudio
Only You Know and I Know
Long Long Way to Go
I Don't Wanna Know

Buckner & Garcia

Pac-Man Fever (1982)

Pac-Man Fever
Froggy's Lament
Ode to a Centipede
Do the Donkey Kong

Signed,

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John Lennon Imagine
Imagine, Crippled Inside, Jealous Guy

Bob Dylan Bringing It All Back Home
Mr. Tambourine Man, Gates of Eden, It's Alright Ma, It's All Over Now Baby Blue

Neil Young Zuma
Barstool Blues, Stupid Girl, Drive Back, Cortez The Killer

R.E.M Murmur
Laughing, Talk About the Passion, Moral Kiosk

The Beatles A Hard Day's Night
A Hard Day's Night, I Should Have Known Better, If I Fell
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