• Any album by The Doors. :)
  • Sinead O'Connor's The Lion and the Cobra. Conway Twitty's Honkey Tonk Angel. Pink Floyd's The Wall. Lots more.......
  • Thick As A Brick - Jethro Tull Any Beatles album
  • The truth is hundreds. I own over 600 LP's, 485 casettes and over 600 CD's. I listen to music daily and if I can't understand the lyrics, I look them up on web sites.
  • The Who, Quadrophenia
  • "Weird Al" Yankovic - Bad Hair Day. Actually, pretty much any "Weird Al" album.
  • Yep. Any Danzig era Misfits album.
  • I knew/Know the words to many albums. The ones that stand out in my mind: Tommy James and the Shondells - Crimson and Clover The Beatles - 1962–1966 (the "Red Album") - 1967–1970 (the "Blue Album") Queen - Sheer Heart Attack - A Night at the Opera - A Day at the Races Many others, this list could go on for a long time. We have albums by Elvis, The Who, Yes, Moody Blues, bunches of others that I know backwards and fowards.
  • Uh, yeah...Karen Clark-Sheard's first solo album..."Finally Karen"..I love her, and anything having to do with 'The Clark Sisters'!!! ("You brought the sunshine!!!")
  • I hate to admit it... The Sign, by Ace of Base.
  • Y'know, after wracking my brain, I've come to the conclusion that there isn't, mainly because my favorite music is overwhelmingly instrumental. There really isn't that much vocal music I like enough to get the entire album.
  • Fleetwood Mac - The Dance All the Rilo Kiley albums Regina Spektor - Begin to Hope Dirty Dancing Soundtrack Bodyguard Soundtrack Garden State Soundtrack U2 - All that You can't leave Behind Sarah Mclachlan - MirrorBall REM - Best Of ... I am sure there are many more... just what came to mind!
  • After the Gold Rush
  • Wow...this is quite a question... My tastes in music are so eclectic that I guess I'll just throw out a couple from some different genres... :) Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend Reba McEntire - For My Broken Heart Red Hot Chili Peppers - Stadium Arcadium Nirvana - Nevermind Eminem - Encore The Fake McCoys - Umbrella Alanis Morissette - Jagged Little Pill Foo Fighters - There Is Nothing Left to Lose Jay-Z - The Black Album Stephen Ashbrook - About Last Night Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Fever to Tell Garbage - Version 2.0 Sarah McLachlan - Surfacing Okay, I guess I'll stop; though there are many, many more... "Music doesn't lie. If there is something to be changed in this world, then it can only happen through music." - Jimi Hendrix
  • Er...the Sailor Moon soundtrack for the American series. I owned it when I was young, and I used to listen to it in my walkman (Then my discman.) to and from school for like a year lol. And to this day I can still along with the songs, even though I lost the CD a long time ago. Here was one of my favourite songs, Carry On. Lulz.

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