The online challenge continues as I try to fill in the gaps in my CD collection without going over budget.
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I feel stupid and contagious, here we are now entertain us, a mulatto, an albino, a mosquito, my libido, vay, vay, a denial, I'm worst at what I do best and for this gift I feel blessed. I found it hard, it was hard to find, oh well, whatever, Nevermind.
Final batch of albums from the 1990s is picked for week 4 which covers 22 to 27 April. #AtoZBest90sAlbum Day V Vs. - Pearl Jam (1993) A rawer and more aggressive sound than Ten. Great album. Favourite tracks:DaughterRearviewmirrorIndifference GoElderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town pic.twitter.com/rAlbtm8QHL — Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 22, 2021 … Continue reading #AtoZBest90sAlbum Week 4
Third batch of albums from the 1990s is picked for week 3 which covers 15 to 21 April. #AtoZBest90sAlbum Day O OK Computer - Radiohead (1997) Favourite tracks:LuckyKarma PoliceExit Music (For a Film)Airbag pic.twitter.com/no4MiFeiaO — Paul Clarke (@clarke371) April 15, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js #AtoZBest90sAlbum Day P Pisces Iscariot - Smashing Pumpkins (1994) Picked up this awesome … Continue reading #AtoZBest90sAlbum Week 3
Second batch of albums from the 1990s is picked for week 2 which covers 8 to 14 April.
Following up from the really successful #AtoZBest80sAlbums Twitter music challenge by @Pia_Lemonade and @sotachetan, we are back with what is my favourite decade music wise. Lots of albums have lost out but these have been my daily picks throughout the month of April.
What's the greatest album of all time by a northern Irish act? This question was posed by David O’Reilly also known as Rigsy from BBC NI’s Across the Line. He’s doing a poll for the Daily Mirror and Belfast Live and it will be interesting to see who makes the list. Using the hashtag #NIALBUMS … Continue reading My top 10 NI albums
15 of my favourite albums from 1997
Looking back at my favourite albums from 1995 and that titanic battle of the bands - Oasis v Blur!