- Matt Harringay
- Utter Cad
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B is extremely "tasteful," isn't it? A's that bit more fun, though, and tunes into my wavelength pretty well.
kewl klive wrote:A deluxe Sandinista! was pulled when only one outtake could be found.
In some ways B feels like the better list as the quality of artists is so good, but it lacks a certain immediacy. A has the popular touch, tracks like "Memo from Turner" and "Many Rivers To Cross" have a direct, visceral quality which is hard to ignore.
- Otago Mago
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"U2 routinely spent a year in the studio...I have a theory: if you put four monkeys in the studio for a year with Lanois and Eno and Lillywhite, they would make a pretty good record, too."
- Still Baron
- Diamond Geezer
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A has some big guns, but B is more my trip for sure.
take5_d_shorterer wrote:If John Bonham simply didn't listen to enough Tommy Johnson or Blind Willie Mctell, that's his doing.
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I think I probably prefer B's new 5 to A's, but overall I'm going to have to go with A, mostly because it recognises music made within the last 30 years.
Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb...