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Album Suggestions from Sonisphere 2014

We had a fantastic weekend at Sonisphere, joined by Frank Turner, Anthrax and more. Here’s the album suggestions our guests gave us for future events.

Avenged Sevenfold – Hail To The King

The Mars Volta – Frances The Mute

Deep Purple – Machine Head

Pink Floyd – The Wall

Prince – Purple Rain

Rush – 2112

Black Flag – Damaged

The Clash – London Calling

Dream Theatre – Images and Words

Kiss – Alive

ABBA – Arrival

Motley Crue – Saints Of Los Angelas

Metallica – Death Magnetic

AC/DC – Back In Black

Depeche Mode – Violator

David Bowie – Diamond Dogs

Queen – Day At The Races

Angus – Warrior Of The World

Slipknot – All Hope Is Gone

Pearl Jam – Ten

Megadeath – Countdown To Extinction

Nine Inch Nails – The Downward Spiral

Rainbow – Rising

Guns ‘N’ Roses – Appetite For Destruction

Metallica – Metallica

Foo Fighters – Foo Fighters

Linkin Park – Meteora

Machine Head – The Blackening

Kraftwerk – Autobahn

Pink Floyd – The Final Cut

Ramstein – Mutter

Slipknot – Antennas To Hell

Steel Panther – Feel The Steel

Metallica – Master Of Puppets

Motorhead – Overkill

Sabaton – Coat Of Arms

Asia – Alpha

Metallica – St Anger

Opeth – Blackwater Park

Steely Dan – Aja

Black Sabbath – Paranoid

The Cult – Dreamtime

Fleetwood Mac – Rumours

The Black Keys – El Camino

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  1. joel

    (the first two here are better then 99% on any list.
    a. – Radiohead The Bends – 24 bit 96
    b. — Radiohead Ok Computer — 24 bit 96
    Radiohead Kid A 24 bit 96

    Pink Floyd -Wish You Were Here- latest 24 bit version (dark side can’t really touch it)

    any of these would be a DREAM to be played at the New York Audio Brooklyn show in Sep
    (pearl jam does indeed work as well)

  2. Martin Swaffer

    Just back from another enjoyable National Audio Show at Whittlebury, and a most enjoyable demo of Rumours with Colleen Murphy and Audio Note HiFi. Colleen said in passing that it would not be in her top 10, so I wondered which 10 albums would? It sounded the best I’ve ever heard it and I would relish an opportunity to hear these albums in the future, some of which are in my own top ten:
    Elton John – Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy
    Phil Collins – But Seriously
    David Bowie – Aladdin Sane
    Elo – A New World Record
    Jann Arden – Living Under June

    I’m also looking forward to the Stowmarket CAS events,
    kind regards,
    Martin Swaffer.

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