On Vacation…

…and will return tomorrow.  Enjoy!

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Reba > Walk Away > Simple” 10.29.98 II

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One of the most sublime and psychedelic excursions to ever stem from “Reba” kicked off Fall ’98 in style.
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290 Responses to “On Vacation…”

  1. albert walker Says:

    X only punk band you love

    no Clash love mr. C

    London Calling is near perfect as far as I’m concerned

    X is great though

  2. Mr. Completely Says:

    X is great, The Knitters ever greater – the semi acoustic drunken rockabilly version of X…Poor Little Critter In The Road

  3. Jay Says:

    pretty cool way to keep up the obsession. Always like to keep us rivited.

  4. Mr. Completely Says:

    never loved the Clash, like, but not love

    that’s a good album, have heard it a million times without starting to hate it which says a lot

  5. Jay Says:

    Mongo only pawn in game of life.

  6. albert walker Says:

    See Mr C I still see it as the Who, Stones, Beatles

    not quite sure if Zep reached their level of world domination and popularity while still making interesting ground breaking music for their time

    I think Zep coming in the 2nd wave of British bands has something to do with my feelings on this

  7. Mr. Completely Says:

    …and not a huge Minutemen fan but Double Nickels On The Dime is quite the album, in that punk vein

  8. Uncle Ebeneezer Says:

    @ sumodie – American Beauty

  9. Uncle Ebeneezer Says:

    p.s. Rick James, bitch

  10. albert walker Says:

    The first few Jam records are great also in the punk genre
    Not as hard as some of the other bands, but great song writers
    great band sound

  11. albert walker Says:

    This is a Rock band not a Punk band, but very influential in sound and energy

    Kick Out The Jams, Motherfuckers

    The MC5

    So ahead of their time, some of the hardest shit ever to this day, great stuff

  12. Mr. Completely Says:

    sequentially Zep is 2nd tier but I think both musically and in terms of lasting influence Zep is far ahead of the Who

    musically, that part is just my preference. Not really a Who fan in any serious way. Find the concept albums silly. Pete’s great but kind of limited…Keith was amazing though. I just never understood how they got elevated to Beatles/Stones status.

    But in terms of influence I think Zeppelin has far outstripped the Who. Only old dudes like us and the baby boomers listen to the Who. Every young rocker goes through a Zep phase and ends up knowing the sacred Zep canon.

    But it’s so subjective…and I think Hendrix is both musically superior to and more influential than either one, I guess

  13. sumodie Says:

    “took me a bit to figure it out, but the arrow thing is a slider. You can see the whole list if you move the slider (you all probably figured this out already).”

    @TypeIII: Took me a while to find the arrow you mentioned. I had to zoom in (control +) in order to see it. Now I can scroll through the list at will -thanks!

  14. Mr. Completely Says:

    MC5, word

    don’t really think of them as punk, but I guess they are, just a generation early

  15. Mr. Completely Says:

    @Uncle – cocaine’s a powerful drug!

  16. Jay Says:

    I think it was Lester Bangs that loved MC5 as well. Wrote about them all the time.

  17. wvbrdr Says:

    Physical Graffiti is not on the list? Damn.

  18. albert walker Says:

    Not a huge Who fan either

    but Live at Leeds is the real deal
    I have a hard time believing any band was bringing it as hard live as they did on that one

    My Generation was very unique compared to what the Beatles and Stones were doing at that time also

    Who’s Next use of synths was pretty groundbreaking

    although not a fan I think they probably deserve to be there

  19. Mr. Completely Says:

    how many double albums on there? Double Nickels is one

  20. whole tour! Says:

    it’s a hell of a drug 😉

  21. whole tour! Says:

    hotel california is on there

  22. albert walker Says:

    speaking of the Who

    Bring bark Sparks
    loved it everytime I heard Phish play it, what a great instrumental jam

  23. Mr. Completely Says:

    is that a double album? I know as little as possible about the Eagles…I treasure my ignorance of the subject

  24. whole tour! Says:

    i bet the album they play isn’t even on the website…but i disgress..

    love that…everybody is doing these days…the whole i disgress phenom is spreading like a fungus.

    but i disgress

    🙂

  25. Footballhack Says:

    Private Eyes – are watching you

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