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Old 08-31-2012, 03:53 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Good stuff Hanoi Cheyenne. Big fan of If You Want Blood, It's Alive and San Quentin. Will probably check out JLL based on your description. Quick anecdote, the E-Street albums were the first 'boxed-set' my father ever purchased back when they were initially released and were the records that made me understand the talent of the people working behind 'the boss'. Steven Van Zandt in particular shines.

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I'll play this one a little loosey goosey as it's totally open to interpretation/perspective. Albums from artist that pushed the limits of acceptability, changed social norms and thought outside the box whether through composition, image or both.

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